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   Wellsboro Gazette (Newspaper) - November 22, 1901, Wellsboro, Pennsylvania                                VOL. xxvm WELLSBOEO, COUNTY, ffi, FRIDAY, NOVE 190l; PUBLISHED EvbBY FBTDA.Y AT _JlKELLSBOftO, THSGA. COUNTY. PA. TERMS, SI.50 Per leai in Advance. FRANK QWEYERY, Editor anH Propr. HATES OF ADVERTISING. TIME. fl WeeKi 3 Weeks. 1 Mootb. 5 Months J Months 6 Months 1 Vear. 00 82 00 S3 U lia. iw 200 260 ICO 5CKI sou 2 In. 3 ID. 300 360 440 800 1200 moo 4 In. 5 Ou 00 00 800 1200 1800 .ill DO. 700 10 OU 1300 2000 33 OU 20 In. BOU 1200 22 00 Si IX' 13100 ID 00 1500 2000 2000, 2800 aSJ-0 U5 oui eo ou BOW 100.00 euu, uoi ,Jie lor iirst Insertion, and five cents er line fot every subsequent-InWrtlOti, No 'TmBlgegB tor less than twenty- five QQQtS. Double rattJ will be charged for ntrnre or cable work, Seasonable discounts to yearly No advertisement dleooutl0ued until all ar- rearages are paid, unless at the option of toe publisher. BUSINESS. BLOOM DA. VISi. B wort. 81.1887-yr... action KuarantfiBa. oct i HWVXIO.T. Office over Mathers, .Graves Co.'a-store.Wellflboro, pa. I'resernng of tbe naturaltetfth a specialty. All work war- ranted to elve '-SJ. 1883. X TTOBNEI AMD COUNSELOR AT LAW. VfeUBKroTPa'.-Office BaU In all parts of 211'JUU -lyr. Dr. AUGUSTUS NILE9, Wellsboro, Fa., OFFICE In Converse blocK. Will visit any part of the oaunocy la cousultnthja or to perform any surgical 'operation. SpeclaJ at- dren and abdominal aargery. of bota BexeB. -Feb. 16.1800. JOHN GEKKEN, Merchant TaUor, WBL.LSBOBQ, FA. 1 bave an ezteaslve aesortmeiit of samples ol Imported and Domestic ot beautiful 'terns, which I am making up at prices as ____-as readv-madfrclothing Is oBered, Shop Tjvar jiaOatar 13.1889. v CO0BT NOTICB.-Notlce Jtr hereby elven that the following Inven- ST lories real and narsonal estates selected to -be retained by the widows BrWublldren of de- cedents. will be presented In Uie Orphan's ContttobeheldattBeCQurtHouBe.inWells- boro. In Tioea countr. on MONDAY. 25, 1901. at 2 o'clock p. m., lor confirmation nisi, and will be anally con- firmed on MOKDAY.-IJJSCEMBEE 9, 1901. lit 2 o'clock, p. m.. unless cause be shown why nnt Estate-of Oliver Chuppsll, late or Enox- Llle. deceased; widow's Inventory of per- vtlle. sonal pro Estate of. -ventory of Estate ot _ a H. Cleveland, late ol In- operty. Sael Clark., late of Blossburc. deoeag.ed; 'widow'j) Inventory ol perBOBttl of JoDathon EreKer, late of Liberty boroushT tteoeased; widow's Inventory of .'..personal BiBcocK_ Clerk of Orphans' Court. Wellsbo.ro. fa. PBOClAMATIOW.-Wher'e'rB Jis Fourth Judicial district of Pennsylvania, composed of tbe county of Tlben, has Issued his precept to me directed. lor the holdlnc of an Orphans' Court. Court of Common Pleas, General (Juarter tiesslons and Oy'er and Ter- mlner. atWellaborp.-ln and for the oounti-oL Tluga. mmwlmma. on the'j-'OUBTH MUST 'DA? of NOVEMBER, (belne'the 25Ui dar.l A. D. 1901. and to weeks. Is therefore hereby given to the Cor- oner. Justices of the Peace and Cton'statiles in and for sal_d_oountypl Tlosa toapcear.io their own proper persona, with their -records, in- oulafidppB. exemptions and remembrances to do those things whlon of their offices and tn tbelr'bebalf appertain to be done; aad all "-wltnesees'and other persons orosecutlne In. behalf of the Commonwealth aealnat any per- ma rfMiure J to be lUuu oud andinB and not to depart at their 'Jutorsore requested to be punctual in r attendance at the appointed time. ably to 'notlco. Given under my hand and seal, ature Sher- office In -19th day .of Oc- tober. In the year of our Lord one thousand bheriff. __________I is hereby L given that Hie executors, administrators named'below have filed their aSBounts In the Resistor's office for TloKO county, Pa, and that the eald accounts will be presented In the Orphan's Court, to, be held at the Court House-In Wellsboro. In said county, on MOHDAY. NOVEMBER Z5.1301 at 2o'clock p. m., for confirmation nisi. ADC wlfibei on MONDAY. DE OEUHilK 9. iMl unions -----------.....01. at 2 o-cRick p. _.. cause be shown why sola accounts snoulg_ not be confirmed: First and flnal account of J. W. Green, Ad- Of LttVrfriu68 township, deceased. Final account of HI B. Murdock, Executor of the .will of Busau Owens, late ol Brook- field tewfhrD. deceased. eitel 3HB final aooourit of E. G. Treat and _- .Jesse-O.. Treat. Executors oMhe wltTof B. Q. Treat, lute or Chatham towoship.. de- eoB6. j First and flnal account of Alfred J. Shat- tnck. Administrator of the estate of Dr. N. Williams, late of Wellsboro-.- de- i untofD.-L. Deane-.-Giiardian of oseph- F. Ftral-BoTOunt of LeonarJ HarrlsoB and Harriet K. VattYalkner. AdmlnlstratprB of the estate of .frank J. TanValkner, late of Wellsboro. Pfc. Nov. 1. J901. aejtletor. i Sheriff's Sales. oar, ned out of cbe Court of Com mop Pleas of Tloga, county and to me directed, I will exTxne to Dublin sale at the Court House In WeUsboroTPa-j ori MONDAY. NOVEMBEK25, 1901, at one o'clock p. m., tbe following de- jcrlbed property In A lot of land .fa Knoivllle borough; beirlnaldtr at thei nortb west corner of a lot of land owned .by Effle L. Beach: thence north along lands of Hiram Kroeborn 176 feet stone; thence weitlfll feet to i the .Wsh- -south alone the highway 185 feet tolauds-of Selina Beach, herelnaftar dc- thence north 79W feet to -the place of. beginning; containing :more or less; being the 'uune lot with- thfre-x- eeptloQ or- turned by tho jMTSf at Qisli pail >uu t uj' uil byStopben Bowen, Sheriff of f the DntpaVt by and having date May 2.' Another lot of land In Knoiville tioKHigb; beginning at the nouthoart corner of above described lot: thence south-along; tbe aoove mentioned highway] to- tbe main main road 66 feet and stone; thence north along.lands of Effle t. Beaon to the south line of ftUove, de- .Mjrjbod thence basfeVnet to tbe place of bcalnnlDK.' -containing abbut one-naif -acre, .iwKinuiua. _ M. conveyed Iba Beauh by VB >Vk j tne_afi A, 1882.: To "After know the virtues? of YOU will never be with- a out it.. Coughs, throats quickly -relieved and 'soon cured by its won- .derful healing power. For sale in drug stores. 25 00. cents and Largest size cheap- est. PIKEHQOTHACHE DROPS CURE IN. ONE MINUTE, HILL'S AND WHISKER DYE, Your Money Bad We will chip tbis -Qnni Qoset fttight pKjaH East of the ilpol FretgU Prtpaid River, It Is f lulld lurii.-s inor on f> swcjl plate Uw t. Kcl'JIl ST.-5 In Imj'int the maker. Sire, aiM 1 prlcm tb'ojlijiimcn on orcr 1M.OW dUTcrenl nr.lclcs. costs ztfiuttJK. you dtftufl yaurfirrt rrdtr efflfa. _ CsnS VnT'pnwr. St. M.icliinFC, nlantcis. -Comforls. Framed PltSi uvtlamel In Fimillitrt Jn Ihtli Larpits sewed frit, lining fur'Httitd cfttirfi, of Clotlilhp.haKlolli.Mfuplcl at- tarh'ed: Iftfrtfay or farm Why pay fwwll prices for anylhlnu' We sell alaolulrlj CTCTiilimj. WhiA iwok do youMnlt AdilraMtMs way: JULIUS HITIES SON. Baltimore. Md. Eept. A.T.MYERS7 (Successor to N. T. CHiNDLER.) AND mm, WELLSBOBO. PA. Calle day or nlcht receive prompt Telephone on any line nt my expeaee. KTEXTRfftfflffiG Picture rrames .made to order. Over 100. new UD-to-diite samples to select from. Large! line ol ovnls. round and square frames. Al nice Una of Framed 1'icturas. Frlcoa to suit- all- rear Converse Bftlloy's Hardware store: Near postofflce. Opposite 1'ohn's Heat Mar- ket; ilat flils Your lorsr? BEAD THE EXPERIENCE OF OTHERS. J. E. Ancell. Knni-1 ELISBOBO. Dco We have your Star About two years aco vfo had a horse that we supposed had ih.a.-heavi the worst way. After trying eveirthlnc we krew of without nny help -wa brpaa usinc your Star Cundltlon Powder. Before we had fad PackRKe he passed latce quantities o; 'worms, but the cure was complete and he bos hadno heiives since. We sell Star Con- ditton Powders our store, afid It meeta ready sale and (rives universal sotlsfoa- tlon. Yours truly. M! fl. AusTn) A Co. Bold on a, In nearteevery toin in thecoupty. For all farm stock try Movember f.ffi- ANGELL. Druggist FOR 10 CENT TRIAL'SIZB. CATARRH Ik- cleannes. soothes nod Heajs che rtlEeos- ouree catkrrb aad drives sway a cold in Che bead quickly. It rQI D Is absorbed. Heals vVfcW and nrowcts- the Membrane, Beitores the -SBfiseaofTarfte and Smell. -FullnizeSOc.; at DrupglBt or by-mftll. .ELY BHOTH hKfi. 66 Werren SU New TorlV CANDV IK. Me. Guiulne starnped'C C C. Never loW In bulk. Btware of the dealer who trlu to tell Juit u good." ACTS- ?EWTIpN. Aeyliim; tBE f'ortte It is Hoped With Relief Gangs to (Jet Fire Under Control, EIGHT BODIES ARETSTILL a PosstWe .thai the Bodies Still Entonibed Beneath Tons of Slate and May Never Be Recov- Pocahontas. 'Va., NOT. tlon Irains carried mnre than people from the coal fields of Poca- Top and ElkhbrnTo the terday, atuL4.ll Jay long the grqunds about the entrance to the mine shaft were a mass of humtfnity. No bodies have been recovered since Saturday, but_the work will continue as long as there is any- hope of re- 'cbvering any .of the unfortunates. Many of the .miners familiar with those employed there still assert that at least eljht bodies are yet within the mine. It is possible that if they were within when the explosion oc- curred they may have been covered beneath tons of falling slate, and their bodtes will never be The_ list of bodies recovered bers 12, and; two or; three 'of the In- jured will yet -die. Eight bodies of the unfortunates were buried in. the Bame cemetery, where nearly 20.S or more .miners were buried, who- met death in the same mine nearly 3. The mine Is stilLbujjfing fiercely, and fpr -very little has inHh'e way of searching the mine for those that are still missing. It was supposed on have been under control by yesterday afternoon, but it was found that 'a large amount of pipe and hose was yet needed in order the flre. The mine officials are sparing-neither effort nor expense in the' Injured, burying the dead and extin- guisKing 'ffie flames. It Is nnw hoped with the re.lief gangs from other mines to get the flre under control-, though It Is hardly it will be 'entirely exlingiiisheW for possibly -a week, as it is a'1 drift mine and it will be.alrh.cisrimpi'j-ssible to flood It Oii-FriJaj1 a party of res- cuers entered the burning mine reachlrjg-a point hitherto- inaccessible. They .saw In the distance the corpses of., Biz or seven men and endeavored to reach them, but. the extreme heat' drove them back. fire rag- ing and growing fiercer. All efforts to get even partial control of it have, proved futile. TKe situation Is ex- tremely bad, wlti no apparent hope-of Improvement. Monday the body of Fritz Moulter was found entombed In.a room on the l4-Jtest_Eldft Tier was liying, -hut a -few hours no doubt would have brought -death. For six hours physi- cians worked with him befgre he-was restored to consciousness. feeble, but is likely to recover. lejolulllg Is yet news spread that he had been, recov- ered alive. Moulter says that all' In the mine on. Thufsaay night'- com- mented -on-the phere, -and that a number of the men. left work before he did. He- found that .danger was imminent, and with several others startpfj tn run fnr tbe driftfft heavy, report, which shook" was hear.d, and .an in- stant later a huge cloud pf smoke and flame was seen coming. Hejost sight of his companions, but he turned into a. side room as' quickly'as possible and was shirt off by falling slate. pVobabl succumbed the foul air. popular subscription. The state mine- Inspector Is-on the scene, but as yet has "given out no statement regarding the supposed cause of the disaster. Milk Poured Into GiJttersrT Nov. the new of New Jersey, which went into .effect Inspectors su'onpp-1 state down upon the milk dealers of Paterson.-NrX. yes- terday, with disastrous consequences dealers. Supplies of. the fluid" which came in on trains were Jested, as well as that which local dairymen and ..neighboring farmers were ped- dling In wagons: Hundreds of gallons which the Inspectors said had been The city, gave all the possible to ihe inspectors. Treasurer Suspended. Bnffalo. Nov. fpf-d'ay suspended ptty__ Treasurer Philip GeTst from tn. the'no- tlco1 6t sifSpenslon the maytuudjarges Mr. Gerst misconduct In. office, and with having kept Inaccurate and false accoTmte. He specifically alleges thar the of the city treasurer tall foV more credit of, elU_ihah the actual amount jm Thu examination of the ac- counts, which has been fn progress -for several days, will 6e continued. NUv. Reaigrw 'n.ie offi- cial confirriTalTon 'pi the fact !B laok- ing, it In naiially circles- of Brooklyn has tendered bis lias been accepted. tlannSd Himself With To Lancastar; -Nov. '.ItSp aytor whon-.PMdMi? advance ,i N. YUCHAMBER OF COMMERCE 133d Annual Banquet Was Held Delmonlco's Last Evening. New York. The 133d an- nual banquet of the Chamber of Com- merce was held at Delmonico'8 last evening. Covers for 450 were laid in the main banquet room, which was simply though chiefly with At the table of honor, presided over by President Morris. K. Jessup, -were Ambassador Joseph H.' Choate, John Senator John X.__Mfl.ajirin, Whitelaw Reid. Governor-elect Albert B. Cummins, of Towa; SenatoT Chaun- ccy the Rev. Dr. .Donald Sage Carnegie, Mayor-elt- eneral Nelson A. Miles. J. Pierpont Morgan, William E. Dodge, Samuel D. Babeock. Major General John R. Brooke, Carl' Schurz. Alexander E. Orr, Odell, Rear Admiral Albert S. Barker and W. B. Ridgely. The professional and'business Circles of the city were well repfeteilted to the list of the other guests. The speech-making was opened by dren were union-coal miners from Washing- ton., Canrielburg. Petersburg. ton attrj Monlgoraary aratffd yes- He then proposed a toast to the mem- ory of William McKinley. It was with all standing and in silence. Prestd'ent Roosevelt's health was then toasted, while tie orchestra played, that of King lion of Gas In- Furnace -Set _ 1 8" pToded In the furnace First Methodist Episcopal Church of Car- bondale yestefdliy menuagf Bursting the furnace, aad scattering the burning coal, which set.flre to the wotod wtSrk. Thr flames .'--Hiti'ntterr- men that he- may die. Mrs. Scott waa slapped 'in the iace, and ..when she resented the attack It is air leged that one of fte men threatened n-irh a rdvnlvpr. 'Otis Scott, l.hR la- and the.- building was totally de- stroyed. The loss is about and is partly covered, by an insurance 'Charles 'Hull, a brave fireman, had been in the bellry trying to get a line of hose into the main building, 4ut not succeeding, he was making his way down to the street, and by mistake pushed -open a, door leading into the blazing auditorium. The flanres leaped out .entirely sur- rounded him for a second, but he fell ba'ckward and "rolied.-down the. steps, from where he waa dragged "to the street byhis comrades, with his cloth-. -fng burned from -him. .Me was-bunied badly about .the hips and hands and. his face was fried- Inlo one black blister. He Is' conscious but suffering terribly. The. known as one of the brav- est firemen in this part of Pennsyl- vania. Its CapitaJ Pittsburg, Pa., Nov. The board of directors of the Philadelphia tcom' pany bonded debt to W22, and the mentis have sorptlpn of tfr tbl" -ab- the Southern Traction company, and negotiations are pend- ing for the absorption of the Subur: smaller Interests. Also the leasing of the Plttaburg and Birmingham Traction company..'which will Philadelphia company absolute tf 61 of tract Ion jjjifiiatlonB in the PlttsT1 burg district.' Walked to" Death. In Sleep. Cfty. N. J-. Nov. In a state of somnambulism yesterday morning. Francis room- clerk of the HoteL Traymore, fell 30 feet fr'orn his bedroom window. He died a few hours later in the City Hospital. Bolton at "the Traymore for 20 years, atid was ..EntrreFarhily Murdered. here: He was'a hrother__of the .late Congress Cape May. Two_Centst Nov. '18. When the cred Itors of W_._L? Brown their ings 4ed, theyu were sur- TEnTaltied" biiC -.to distribute among the twenty or> more thousand dollars' worth of all others. In consequence cents each, and otndrs three and four- cents and upwards. Sugar 3 Cents a Pound. Nov. remove the duty on raw sugar within tfatejred and" the- reffned product will The result was that many families were, without milk In each case-sam- ples were 'taken from tested with a view tuL prosecutions. sell ar 3 cents a said W. A. Havemeyer. the Chicago representa- tive of the American Sugar Refining company. In discussing the reciprocity convention In session at Washington. that the acWefi-4f congress would be inevitable. -of Death." Altoona. Pa.: Nov. eating a piece of meat at. the West End Ho- tel at noon yesterday, a piece lodged In Thomas Malloy's throat. He- was seized with a fit of .coughing and, blood vesael near the heart, died instantly. .'Halloy was 65 .year's- employed aa a .borer by the railroad company.- B. and O-'s Equipment Orders- Baltimore, Md.. Nov. Bal- timore, and Ohio railroad will place 400 Miners March on Indiana Mine and Assau-lt Employees. TWO MEN ARE FATALLY HURT After Attacking Day Shift They Went to Home of Foreman, and in Fight That Followed His Wife and. 8UICIDE OF SCHOOLB6Y Mter Belnu Punished By His Mother Carbolic Acid. For fan-' Ing to attend ichool regularly. Mrs. Emanuei Smallstreet. of this city, punished her 13-yoar-Wd stepaon Ilal at noon yesterday, boy resented the action of his stepmother die woVld have ranse to regret It. The mother paid no attention to the threat The Ia4 then went upstairs to B mediciri? chest and a hot- Jiis. terflay and made an attack upoatbe non-union miners Prospect mines near this. city. As a result tivo men are fatally hurt and half a dozen more 'seriously injured. The union minors formed at .Union Station and marched to the mines. Just as the men of. the..day Bhjft were going on duty they were at- tacked "and received severe treatment. man, William Scott, and when told that he was in bed. said: "All right, we" will get him." and.staned after him. In the melee that followed Scott and his family 'defended themselves as best they. but they were powerless. Scott was badly" about the head and face, and W. P. COlllns, aa a..brother-in-law of Scott, who was vis- iting there, sustained Injuries that may prove fatal. He had a- rib' broken 'charges of forging the names of Chi- cago business men to notes aggregat- police court yesterday. .An attorney who appeared for him told the magis- yeawild son. -was as was also Dottie, the 10-year-old daugh- ter of Scott. Others that suffered at the hands, of the visitors were Robert McDaniel, Posey Knight, John ScoEt and Mars. All are'badly bruised. Owing to a the mine was hot beihg_ operated and but one man, .tlie watchman, Buck AzbelU .was on duty, Azbell says he was seized by the leaders of'the min- who took him to the furnace door, threatening to burn'him alive, but that others Interfered. He was then beaten, almost senseless and placed under guardr The- uniija. men then, saturted to the. mine, stoprjed Jhe-pumps; burned all the'tools they could find, and after leaving instructions that they would return in rase the mine was started. The mine is run on the Cooperative .plan and independently. The.opera- tors that they cannot pay the union scale .and run. but.say they pay the highest price possible, and in some cCtOFB Ul vUC t JJ IiaucipLiitt LUC uigucoi. jjuom has arranged to Increasv_lt3_ JfrSlances piv more than scale prices, The union Miners say tlrefr will force ttre- trp, Pittsburg Stock Show Closed.' Pittsburg, Kcrv.- third an- nual amTTnost successful fat stock Pirtsn.irrraosed- s. Also the leasing last wIUi, a banquet jendered to the visiting shrppers, .breeders and .dealers by General Manager Simon 0'Dortnell of the East Liberty Stock Yards.'" Al o.f_j.tie prize winners and other price records were broken for beef on the'hoof. Charles -Esther's-1 J rtf flrcf winn'prc a.f' par pound, said to be the- highest -price ever paid "for a carload of meat cattle. The big pounds, raised -by A. Lost Creek, W.' Va., D_ Basset; of was. sold for Los Nov. Tbe dead bodice of A. P. 'Wilcox, wife and their 2-yea-r-old son 'wore found in their home at Downey. 12 miles from this city, yesterday.." All -the bodies were horribly maLllated, and the; bloody condition "of premises ln- dicated that the assailants. na3 met with a fierce resistance. hlr Wllcox and .d then literally cut to The woman had been shot while car- rying a plate from the stove to the table. The baby lay in the middle- of six creditors received checks for two_ room, while the dismembered body ofi the father was stretched near the door. Glass Workers Unembers of the" American Flint Glass Workers' Union1 employed af the Mor- gaSlown glass factory went but .on a. strike yesterday. 'Many of the em- ployed. nTot members of the union struck through sympathy with the movement. The factory .is' Idle, with doors closed The cause nf the strfke was the fact that A. M r.ant7 -Frsntz were- an infraction of the companyTrules. Boy Blown to Atoms. Alexandria, Ind., Nov. Ott, 13 was blown to atoms last evening In a peculiar manner. The boy found a nltrorglycerlne can In the rear of his home aifl.-itlelrig It about his waist, procee'dejl tplieat on hla Im- provised A terrible explosion, which shook the city', 'fd anna and legs of the boy' llllUrC BI1U TJAlly 1A1 .f'1.1 T. TJorator' the equipment for -and the front part of his head delivery In 1902: Fifty'-locomotives, 38 passenger equlpmerit cars a.nd cars. The coat will approximate The rail, or- der for J'902 amounts' to tons. Germans ,fn 0kTafi6ma. O. T., 'Nov. thousand acres of land near Navajo, was torn away. Child Drowned In Pond. Lapcaster, Pa., Nov. with a number of companions about hit own age, Kobert U. KJIOX, 4 years old, son G. Knox, of Tetort, this coiraty, Into1, a his home. His. youthful playmates brother S years, then left for schnoL. At- cess both tHe brothers left school. They went to a flekl some distance away. some- of-.the carbolic mltl. lo ,drink, telling him that it tastei.1 and he would like it. Out illiam, did not like the' taste very much, and after drinting some of the Contents handed the bottle back to his brother. Hal -then drank what reTDaict-d 'in luc iot- tle, sayjng.. as he soj "Here Is gooUby to they will never see me again." A short time afterwards a man pass- ing through the field discovered the two boys lying on the ground. Both were unconsiious. They were re- moved- to a hospital as soon ble, where the_ elder brother died last is still in- a critical that be V AN IRRESPONSIBLE .FORGER Used Names of Chicago Business-Men to Notes Aogreoati ___________ B, Wheeler, pending rlanpr-r the" cars w.Cre smasheil kindling wood and the bg was arraigned i'n and dying buried the heap of .wrerkag'.'. Of the entire' Dumber in tho car but throe escaped doatlrur liijiin.1 AHel- an" liu-iir's work' all'had ber-n jai-rouritwl for and there werte ten dead beside, the track and several men so baulj- injured that it is likely that they will die It was impossible to check the progress of tne flames, and soon seven-of the) work cars and three freight cars were In asHes. It -was some .time before word the wreck-.could be sent to the outside It was. necessary to. send a iinrn" on foot to Culbchson, six miles away, and" he cou-ld not be spared for this lint il L'yiJn-ii'iDg.possible had'been irate thst ms client was iu his up suffering from the excessive use of some drag, and that he '..was now mentll y_ unbalanced. 1 Wheeler had the air of a pro_sperous business man. He is small of stature, bald and weacs-Zr.beai'd.' While waiting to be arraigned he walked nervously about the courty roorff. His hands -and" head" shoWry pcrcep'tibly. tend wlwu'lHifure tlH! bay. had h'pld on to the railing to stead_y-bjm- Belf. 'The attorjey- caWed the tion of the court to Wheeler's1 corraT tion. 'and requested that b.e be> sent to Believue Hospital, where-he could ciaa. Ho further said that for a month past Wheeler na'd been constantly at- tended by a private nurseT-who much about the alleged attempts on his part to raise money on the notes. said that he. felt sorry lor. the prisoner and that he thought he was irfiiefcil erf-medical care, and on the statement of the de- tective that he could be his. doctor at police heaj sent him back there.. ----------Vessel Wrecked i St.' Johns: N.. F., Nov. kentlne iitania, fro: te bar- _____ for St. Johns, was wreelielftfflhSaturday in a, dense fog near Cape 'feace. One Williaiui., lubj, his. life iuvlMiuti to reach the shore. The cap'tain, and the rest of, the crew, all_bl. whom were, badly injured, had a'j'efrible experi- ence. .TJie.y '.were _SH_th hours. lashed to "not rescued until yesterday afternoon. So.--thick was the fog that the.coast folk were_not aware that' a. wreck, liarfl opourrod. the .oreW-lx make any would attract attention. The fact that the tltanla was In a cove between the cliUs Bfaae -it impossible forthe cfev-tfl land.. The shtp is.a tota-1-.wreck Is Jost- Farwer Liraggau la c Lancaster. Pa., Nov. farmer of Mount-Joy town- ship, was dragged lo death by a horsa yesterday., He was 65 years old; and wentjo tlie barn to a horse. A" fow minutes later the animal was seen running down the road, appar- ently dragging a log behind it. The for a" quarter of a uiile, when it turned and tame back to_ the Luu hcTrse canTF-back that it was her hus- b'and's body that was being dragged along. This -hrrrse to the barn, where the wlio had become en- tangled in- the harness! was fourid fo be" dead. Killed His Sister-in-Law.-..- arre. Nov. Pblll'p Cosmosky. of-Laurel Run. thjs'county, cleaning his gun, the shell In one of was" discharged and the entire Joad' of "slim, entered-the. nsck of his sfeter-jn-la.w, Lena -Strokraan, aged- 12 I years, who waa passing through ttre kitchen at the time. Death was almost Instantaneous. Cosmos Ky, IB nearly crazed with grief. Fined For Adulterating S'unbury, by State Food Inspector Simmons .-'With using -formaldehyde' in their milk, dairymen J, C.'Landy, of this city, and J, of Stone Valley, were ypstswlay -fined David Da- vis, inaniser. of the Sunbuvy Beef company, charged with selling oleo- in fon ctrart. r' v Adjourned. Pittsburg. Nov. annual meeting of ther general missionary committee of the Sreuipdfsr Episcopal, church adjourned flnallyclast evening, tq meet in Albany. N. Y.. next year. The have been diligent dur- JOB the' sessions and much ynrTr Flre OJL Cotton Steamer. Newport News, Va., NOT. Tlie British steamship Manchester FAT.M Freight Crashes Into Work Train on Sharp TEN MANY" INJURED Force of Was So Groat That Were Thrown On Top of Work .Adds to- the Horror. Blair, wreck oc- curred on the Groat Northern near hero, in v.'liit-ti tt-n mn. .ives and -S others were seriously in- jured.- An extra freight ran into work'traiu. anil it V'ns among those on thf lattei- train that ihe terrible havoc was wrought. Forty-one Japa- nese laborers aboard ihe. worK train, w.hii-li was flruoet-ding west- H px'pfTU-il to intul the freigh' at Ciilbi'i-fBiin. Therc'is a sharp 'curvi near whrre ihe trains mci, anil each" was runuinK u'L of miles an. hour, rto great was the fores C5 that the frt-isht cars -wereV thrown Ihe top of the work train, which lulled high "mass. of. "ATiSobt. Jlamos broke, forth and added !o-the horror of the scene. Those uninjured' immediately began to reson? those imprisoned in the, wreck, whose dying groans and. pjteous ajippals spurred on the workers. the Japanrsfr wore at breakfast, and. done to sa-i-e those in the wreck.' to relief train and dor-tors, and-as EOOIL- as they Llru tuu .csring-tonhe Injirred tiegan. teen of the injured were-brought to the hospital here yesterday afternoon the" other ninelorn wore left at Havre. Of those brought here all but three probably will'rrcovcr. Those at Havre wer-e not so seriously Injured. H. Masloni. foreman .of the' Japa- nese, who was one of the' who" escaped injury, .says that he had no to- blame for the wreck. .Lon'iTinf. demonstratmn -Of is re- ported by. a It. seems that "ai -Dutch ''EHBuhg .-boat, be- longing lo Wyllngef Lightship, iu tho sea. 'ed to be-ID approafiSed a British sniack. Thirteen fistermett from boat boarded the Brit- tnll ihe cr'ew of the latter, shouljng "Long live the Poers.V_ Several of the nritlshcrs were -wound- Is ajl-.'Reil thai beiore making the attack ihe -Dutchmen locked their captain i-n Jiis cabin. Tlie smack succoetled in and. ar- ri-yefi at Ostcnri; where' the.'captain lodged .a .complaint with" the. consul. Still Dyoamitrng .Trolley Cars. .Scranton. Pa., Nov. trolley car was "rlynamitrdl-JTi5l niyut In the e-ily limils. A stick of dyna- mite ...supposedly' was placed on., the track of the Green Hlilgc line on Washington avenue, n'jar Martbn street, and when the car wheel struck'- it there was an exp1oshin--tfrat sbat- teTen" the [tie be-" ncath the car and rietirl; all, at the time and" cbntljictor. They Were-thrown from their foet and cut by flying glass but escaped serjotr? Injury. This, ia- the fourth incident of this kind within ten days. ._ Found With Fractured Skull. Wilming'ton'.. supposed, to be Tftornas McCahe, Catholic ;divinity student.--vv'Ub1 tound_e__ with skull BesHe -the P.ennsylvania railrpad tracks .nere yesterday. -H'e-jlied sfiortly- afterward without retraining ronsKlonsness. In his pocket was a_ hook contnlhing the ol Thomas, MrCabe, SL.Jbhn's" Home, Brooklyn, a prayer boqdt Father T' The years of age, Is believed fell from a train. Brakeman Killed In Freight Wreck. Towanda, Pa.." 'Nov. sertous. freight wreck on th'p "Vallfey railroad yesterday at noon. bloeliM tfOtt tracks near Ulster for six fiours. jessel Horton; a brakemari. of Shea- shequln, was crushed to death under 'a_car and an engine wrecked. Track rcpa4fer6 .talent- up raljs In the course of their work and had. it Is said, failed to .flae a fast-moving eastbound1 freight, train In' time to preyeiit It's-TwrrnlrrE- track. Child Attacked Cumberland, MuT; _.-..__.. the 6-year-old daughter "of Anthony Reese, was attacked by. rats and BO'' badly lacerateji about the throat, that ehe may die. ThB'Chljd was. llteraTlr _ arouBed" hV i. 71   

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