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AMION DAILY DJiHOORATTHUESDAY.
Taken, to Manila ant Placed
In a Vault.
CNITEBS1L BORROW IN TlIE CITT.
Had Gnat Popularity In All Hanks.
Cam-landed Helped and Confidence ol
Natives In Marked , Desrea Thirteen
BRUMBY'S BODY AT REST.
FtopU of Oeorsia 6ho ed HU Jferaorj
Qreatlfonorjat the Vunerul.
Atlanta, Deo. 4l. The remains of
Lieutenant T, M. Brumby, Admiral
Dewoy ' flag officer, wero laid to rest In
the soil of bis Dative stato. Tho funeral
was under the direction of the military
and tho service of the Eplscopil church
was conducted by Bishop 0. K. Nelson.
The body of tho dead offlcor lay in
stato At the capltol several hours. Lien
tAnrinfc Ctaliiwpll. thn renreficntatlvo of
Admiral Dowoy, placing on tho casket
the magnificent sword presented to
Brumbr br the neonlo of Georgia los,
than two months ago. Among tho mass
of flowers were somo iroiu tno presi
dent, Secretary LonK and Admiral nnd
The cortege accompanying the re
mains to Oakland cemetery was com
posed of a company of the Seventh In
fautry from Fort McPhcrson, the I'iftn
regiment, Georgia militia, the AtLintlo
artillery and Governor's Horso Guards.
The honorary oseort. headed by Gov
ernor Oandler, consisted of United States
Senator Baoou, Mayor Woodward.Lieu
tenant Caldwell, U. S. N., justices of
tho supreme court of Georgia and state,
county and city officials.
Mrs. A. E llruinby, the aged mother
of the lieutenant, was cot well enough
to come from her homo iu Marietta to
attend tho f rnitriU. '
The supreme court adjourned lor the
day and all tho ofllcos at the capltol
were closed that officials 'nod clerks
might attend the funeral. Tho city of
fices were also plosod. "
For st Monument to tlrumby.
Atlanta, Deo. 21. A local paper
started a fund for tho purpose oi erect'
Intr a monument to the memory of Lien'
tenant Thomas Brumby. The fund Is
tn ha subscribed to bv Georgians nrinoi-
f pally and the mouuinent will bo orectod
REV. DR. PURVES TO BE CALLED.
JTIflli Avenue Conireft-atlon Voted lie II
Asked to tho l'aetorate.
New Yobi, Deo. 31. By unanimous
vote, of tbo congregation of the Fifth
Avenue Presbyterian church it was
voted to extend a call to tho Rev. Geo.
T. Pnrvcs, D. D., LL.D., professor of
Sow Testament literature and eiegosls
he went through to Dagnoon on hit iu Princeton college, to be pastor of the
own responsibility. Although he tin auich and successor to tho lato Rev.
posed great hardships on his men lie iu br. John Hall,
variably shared their lot cheerfully. Tho salary offered to Rev. Dr. Purvos
xnirtoen Amenoans, inciuuing mrrc is 9i3,uw yw - uuuuui,y.ju,u ,iuvu,j,
Position Dangerous If Commu.
nlcations Arc Cut.
BOKIlS STRONGLY ENTUEJlCULD
Only roirerful Force Can Hope to Mekl
Hucressful Arnault Holler May III
Trjlnc to Join Wtlte hy a Flanl
Mavila. Dec. 31. Major General
Lnwton's body was brought from San
Mateo to Manila, his staff and a squad
ron of cavalry acting s escort. It was
found necessary to bridge tne nverT
Tho funeral will tako place from bit
lato residence here, a mansion formerly
occupied by a Spanish general. The
body was temporarily placed in a vaull
in El Paco cemetery, where many of the.
American soldiers have been Interred,
and a guard of honor will bo maintained.
When Mrs, Lawton and her four chil
dren shall .have completed their arrange
xn'ents for returning to tho United
States the remains will bo token on a
transport with an escort of officers fot
final interment, as Is thought probablt
here, In Arlington cemetery.
General Lawton's death caused uni
versal sorrow in Manila. No American
officer had greater popularity among all
rnnks. and In his dealings With the na
tlves ho commanded their respect and
confidence to a remarkable degree.
The mayors whom he Installed in the
neighboring (owns were arranging tc
nttnd thn fnner&l in a bodv.
To his executive ability nnd personal
leadership is cblofly due the brilliant
execution of the plan of campaign in
North Luzon, which has scattered th
insurrectionary forces from San Istdra
to the gulf nt Llngayen. That section
of the island which bad to be traversed
during the very worst season of the
Tear, presented difficulties considered
by all acquainted witn It to bo almost
Insurmountable, bnt General Lawton
thoroughly covered the program as
When he reached Tayug and found
that the other division had not arrived
London, Doc. 31 1:43 a. m. Tut
gravity of tbo military situation is ngalt
becoming accentuated In tho public
mind owing to absence- of much nows
Nothing has been heard from Lore
Methuon slnco Sunday, nnd it is fenreo
that las communications havo boon cut.
If this bo so, His position is dangerous
A nnrrLHnnndmt of Tho Dailv News
f telegraphing from Modder lllv'cr lasl
Saturday, situ: u
The Boer position, already, formida
bio on Dec. 11. has since been ureath
strengthen! d, extending for nu rroa ol J
13 tulles. It Is entrenched according tc
nflloprs. wore wounded in the eutrairu1
ment at San Mateo, where General
Lawton wua killed. Captain Brockln
ridge's wound Is not considered danger
ous, although tho bullet penetrated hit
arm and side.
It Is estimated that tho insurgcutt
numbered BOO and that half of them
were armed with rifles. Tbo Auicric mi
numbered 1,300, but the commai'il hail
been much depleted by sickness.
The wagon train found tho roili 1 a
passable and was obliged to return.
The Insurgents retreated to tho north
east, leaving six dead.
They have other forces near Toy tn v.
This region, although close to Maulla,
has proved the most difficult from which
to dislodge the euemy. It la now re
ported that the Insurgents intend to con
oeutrateat SantaGruz, Laguna provlcct
and iu the district cast of Laguna di
The American secret scrvico reported
mat Agtuuoiao pan joinctt tno Man
TRIBUTES TO LAWTON,
Tlee piriMent, to be voted for at tho election,
TaesJy, Nov. 6, lu 0, and for the transaction
of fetich other busUeds as rosy properly come
before it. and that said convention shall as
temolfl at U o'clock noon on Tuesday, June
The Republican electors of the several states,
the District of Columbia and the territories,
and all bother electors, without record to past
political affiliations, who believe In the princi
ples of the of the I fi, publican party and Indorse
Its politics are cordially Invited to unite undet
this call in the selection of candidate fot
prea'dent and vice president
Said national convention shall cons st of a
number of delegated at largo from each state,
equal to double the number of United Mates
senators to which each at-ite Is entitled, and
for each representative at Iar,e In congress
two delegates at largo! fromiach congres
sional district and the District of Columbia,
two delegates! from each of the territories ot
Alaska, Arizona, Indian rerritory.New Mexico
and Oklahoma, two delegates. For euch dele
eato elected to eald convention an alternate
delegate shall be elected to act In case of the
nbsencoof the delegate, said alternate dele
gate to bo elected at tho time and In the man
nor of electing the delegate,
All delegates Ihill b elected not less than
CO d&jrv before tho mooting of the national
convention. Delegatei aMarge shall be elected
by popular state and territorial conventions,
cf which 'at least DO day-' notice shkll have
bton published In wme newpaper or news
faporgof general circulation In the respective
states and tarritortet
The congressional district delegates shall be
elected br coiventlom called by the congres
sional committee of tach district, in tho man
nerot nominating the candidate for rupre
tentative in .congress in mid district, pro-
ided, that in any congressional district where
there is nonpublic a cougrewional commit
tto tho Httpubilian state oommttteo shall ap
point ttiitn umong hi tlc ubllcans resident
tn such district a committee for thn purpose
of cullirJri'a district convention to elect dele
gates to t;epreflent said district
Herelhe cull nroridLd or the election of
dtlegatea in tho District of Columbia And the
torrttoruu. Thu call then said:
AH notices of contost shall be submitted In
writing, accompanied by a printed statement
betting forth tho grounds of contost, which
shall be tiled with the secretary of thu na
tional oommlttee A) days prior to the meet
ing of tho national conentlon Contests will
bo a j ted on by tho national convention In the
order of the date of the filing of notlca and
statement with tho acoretary.
21. A. Hakka,
GOMPERS GOT HIS OLD JOD.
Brooke Turned Over Affairs to
Him at Havana.
CUB1K3 GAVE WAUU WELCOME,
According to Old residents It Was With
out rorallel In the lUtory of the
Island- Hodo to the Ilotel In an Ordl
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tv tv r C-J. Hucc,sor to.Dr. Felkor.
DT H .1 SSlinUCTS. Offloe, Hall Dl-k, cor. Howard 4 Market
1J. II. iJ. JOUUUUJ, openeenlngs.BundaysfromlOtoa.
The president and Secretary Hoot Cent
Uesiage of Tralsa and Con do
enee to Ufa nil a.
Washington, Deo. 31. Tho prcstdoul
has so nt the follow lug cablegram tc
Was m wo ton, Deo. M, 1k',i (
llsjor Oeneral Otis, Manila.
X have learned with inexpreisible sorrow oi
the death of Major General Lawton, and uli
to share with the officers and mnof thi
Sight b corps in their grief. One of themosi
gallant oftloers of the armv has fallen At tb
tlma the sod news oamo to us his nomlnatloi
as brigadier general of the regular nrmyuai
alreadr made for transmission to tho senate
bat no rank ran enhance his fame Ho rout
from the rank sot the Ninth Indiana volunteei
Infantry filling every grade In the service ti
that of major genoral of volunteers, and li
three wars was conspicuous for bravery and
ilevotiou to duty, Tho country mourns tin
death of this Intrepid leader. Convey to Mrs
Lawton my heartfelt sympathy In her over
BecreUrr Root cabled as follows:
Washimutom, Deo. 20 f
1 Join with the officers and men of the Elghtl
army corps lo deepest regret over the deatt
of their berolo comrade, General Law ton 1
beg you to convey to Mrs. Lawton cxpresstoi
of my sincere sympathy. It was the Idea
death of a aoldlsr, as his splendid oourage an
devotion to duty has met the Ideal of a 'sal
dier'sllfe. The sad news will baannounoed
to the army and due ceremonies of respeot
for hjj memory will be directed In general or
den, Bun o Hoot,
Secretary of War,
, I.I Mil
FUNO FOn MRS. LAWTON.
Ofaors iMa.d App..l to ry Mortcai.
nml U to have litis of parsonage. Fur
tbermoro, the Kov. Oeorgo T. l'unes,
aocordluK to the rcsolatlou adoptoil anil
whlr.h will be embodied in tbo call. Is
f reo to preaoli and minister as bo sees
fit wltlitn tno lines oi rrosoyceriau
INDICATION OF UNDERSTANDING.
Clilna pod Japau ApprDtly Have an
Sit t!aiiAI,Nov. 35. Au additional ln
Clcation of the secrot uiidorstaudlup
rocently arrlvod at between Oblna uud
Japau was seen in tho honors lately con
ferred on Yano Fnmlo, who resigned
his post as Japanese minister at 1'okln
in order. It was said, to tako the post ot
foreign ndviier to tho Imperial Chinese
government. The empress dowager
conferred on Yann Futmo tho Order ot
the Doable Dragon of tho tlret olass.
This gave htm a Chinese rank eqnal
to that of tho highest viceroy or tbo
president OI tne sreatest ot tne six gov
ernment boards or departments nt
Poklu. lie left for Tolilo, It was added,
for speolal Instructions iroui tne Japan
Japs Man I'efta. CoqvdIIodi
The IIaoub, Deo. 21, Tho Japanese
ouvoy, on behalf of tho mikado, tlgucd
all the conventions ot tho International
piace conference. A Ohiuesa envoy
ironi St. Petersburg is cxpoctod to sign
certain declarations for tho Chinese gov
ernment exolndlng tho laws of war.
ll.pbarn John. Dead.
Cuioiao, Deo. 'Jl. Hepburn Johns,
dramatlo critlo of The Ohronlclo, died
horo of pneumonia. Mr. Johns for
merly was counectod with various Now
York papers nud In 1830 was managing
editor of tho Harnsburg Tolegrain.
Later ho was a member of tho oditorial
staff ot the Plttsbmg Dispatch.
Fatally Nliot by Negroes.
Roscdale, Miss , Doe. St. 1'. H. Mo
Lomore. au oxteusU e nlanter and mer
chant, and his mauaucr, A. 11. Dumas.
were snot nnu latuuy wounuea uy two
negroos, Bob and Wash Code. The
trouoie grow out or u uusmoai dispute.
A large posse la lu pursuit.
Fr.ritl.ut Slniraoni Dropped Head.
VARao.N. D., Deo. 31. President II.
O, Blmmons ot Vnrgo college, while
standing In a bookstore, dropped dead
from heart disease. Tho deceased hal
been a promlnsnt llguru in Oougroga
llonal work in tho northwest.
l'oltofflo. Cathler Qtlloldetl.
llAI.TIMOltE, Deo. 21. Captain Louis
Scliucobcrger, cashier at the Baltimore
postolllco, oommittod sul,cldo. Uuror
tunato speculations were said to bavo
OE.-.F.RAI. LOnS ltOCERTS.
tho most modern methods througboul
Its entire length J wire fences have beL
placed before all tho trenches at ever)
point: gnns havo been pot Into positlot
uud tliore Is overy ovldeucu that tht
Boors are well supplied with amniunt
tlon. Onlv a powerful attacking force
can hope to make a successful assault.'
The latost dispatches rocoUod soem tt
show that tlio British forces aro stand
lug on tho defensive at all points
Ueuoral Bullcr Is ordering the troopi
now arriving at Capo Town to proooed
to Durban to rcinforco tho Natal
colnmu. Absence of uews liom hiui
has led to a surmiso that ho Is trying tc
join Qouoral Whtto by a Hank move
LORD EOBERTB IN L0ND01T.
WAtniiNQTON, Deo. 31. A genera)
order was Issued from the war depart
ment, auuoauolng the death ot Qenerol
Lawton to the army officially and pay
ing a proper trlbuto to his worth. It li
the intention of the officials to have tht
remains brought to the United Btatei
for final Interment, but tt is not knows
when thlsicuu be dono.
The following statement, addressed
to the American people, was issuedi
WAsumaroir, Dee. 20.
M.Jor (lenersl Henry V. Lswton, United
BUtesrolanteeri, whon death occurred at
&u Usteo. lilend or Luton, on Deo. IV. lave
fc left little bat his sood nam? as a les&cy tc
hlj vltiisnit thlldren. A piece ot proper!)
porchMed by Min u a home In Clttornla hsi
amortgsst of halt theparohaM price still out
standing and unliquidated. Tho underalgnec
havo volantarily anoclated themselves to
aether for tlio purpoee of ralalnit funds to nav
off the tndebtedneaa. Oontrlbtona will bl
thankfolly reoelved by them and be devoted
to the object herein above set forth
The aid of the newspapers ot the country li
upniriDuuou) wui oe received ny any one Ol
11. a Coasts,
Adjutant aeneml. Washington, D O.
Joan Y. Wurox,
Waahlngton, D. a
Brigadier Oeneral, Havana. Onba.
7 William R. enirrsu,
llajor Oeneral. Han Francisco, Oal.
To Pension Mre. lawton.
"rViSinvoTOS, Deo. 21. Senator Fair
banks introdaced a bill granting a pen
sion of (2,000 a year to tho widow ot
General Lawton. A similar bill was
introduced in the house.
Olympla feede Exteaalve Repairs,
WASU1NOTOK. Deo. St. It will proba
bly cost f 500,000 at least to repair the
OtyruplS)""'" Btutou uavyyora.
Ilea, lr ewhouie Head.
Makkato, Minn., Deo. 21. Hov. Dr.
F. D. Newhoute. crosldiuir older of tho
Mankato dlstriot, M. B. church, Is dead
ot piouro pneumonia, agea s.
Meddlue Declared Imane.
New YottK, Doo. 31. John M. Mod
dins, formerly a well-known Dolltlclnu
of vnoaitei c6unty, Neb , was duclorod
Muaeum'uf Teppcr Opeued.
PlilLAPELnilA, Dec. 21. Tho Uni
versity of Pennsylvania's freo museum
of sotenco and- art, oue of thu lato Dr.
William Pepper's cherished hopes, was
lorally opened. Fallow luu tho pre
sentation to the board of trustees ot tho
museum, a bronze stutuo ot thu late Dr.
Pepper, the gill of friends, was uu
velled. As hermemorinl to the memory
of her husband, the deed of it gift of
tuu.uuu as ia iuuu to cany ou tnu von
started by Dr. Pepper, was authorized
presented by Irs. Pepper,
Tbo Goner. I Mourn llll Ron's Death
lllattlnir Preparations A Slca-
aage to Aiuericnue.
London. Deo. 21, General Lord Rob
erts, who is to havo full command of tht
Bntlsh troopa lu South Africa, acoom
paulod by Lady Roberts and their twe
daughters, arrived lu Loudon, havlno
iraulcd from Dublin with Mr. Cham
borlalm Their doparturo from Dubllti
was marked Dy choerlng crowds, bul
tho general made u quiet entry intc
London. After going to n prlvato horol
ho sjieut about au hour at tho war olllct
lu lousuitatiou witn ino Ainrquis oi
Lausdowno, tho secretary ot stato foi
war. Then Ceucral Roberts loturuod
to the tabic of packiugliis olfocts and in
torvlewlug the oftloera selected for hit
stall. He was ilross.-d iu black uud hii
eyes wero dimmed by the great personal
sorrow that has befallen him (the death
of his son).
Hut in oplto ct this and the multitude
ot details that claimed his attoution,
Qeucrul Roberts willingly nstoiited tc
send a parting messago to the American
people ami gae it Btatomeut, saying in
"OlrcunisiauceB naturally forbid myi
speaking about tho campaign alio idol
mo, except to say that I havo cmira con
lldonco iu tho British soldier mul ,tliat
I believe tho traditions of our army will
bo uphold lu boutli Africa.
"1'or thu friendly interest aud sym-,
pathy oxhlblted by many Americana 1
uin most deeply gratt,(ul. I fool sure
the justice ot our cause merits this
Though we may be at war, I tan safely
sav that no tauueoessarv harshuess aud
uo aots of inhumanity will mar' tho fait I
nainq ot mis uraucu ot tuu jvngiu ouxuu
"Tho renorts which indicate that ills
loyalty .exists In the Irish leglmonts an
The rnnresentativa learned that Gon
oral Roberta ontertaluod iv great friend
ship for- General Kltchunir',tu6ugli:
they hod never served tugetherhud
l,.i, tm i .tf.ilil,trlft,i nt iimnnpiitjhllM
oroated the gruatost satisuctioa tul
mlutary circles,, v '
IlrltUh Anxious About Menellk,
New Yokk, Dec. 31. London papers
ist rooelvod display much anxiety ovoi
.10 uttltudu ot Menellk, nuperor ol
Abyssinia, towaid Biigl.tnd. At pres
jut there is a dismito botnoou thil
OHontato aud Groat Biitalii as to the
jimuary Putwoeu l.gypt unit Ab) t.sinia
uil It is feared Menellk mav coiibldoi
the prosent an excellent time to muLu a
Icmoustratlou agalust tho British.
Hoars Would De Moderate.
LOMDON, Deo. 21. The Madrid cor
"respoiid6ut ot Tho Standard soldi wflie
Uoer governments havo recently inti
mated, to their ugents iu Bnropo their
-oaiiinesi to be uioderatd lu regard to
peaoo oondlttout. The ohlif anxiety ot
'he Burghers is us to tho duestlou ol re-
aehiug bupplics by way ot iourcnro
lloere Mn.a'iig droit furore.
London, Doc. 31. i'ho Daily Nows
fat tho lolloping dispatch from Cups
Towu, dated Saturday, Duo, 17l "Tno
Uoers Intend to nuku a big eland at
Btorinbrrg uud aro masslug a groat
forcant tho abiudoned British cuup.
Ouo roinntuudo of 3,000 consists chietly
of rebel Dutch,"
OALL FOR 00NVLNTION.
rte-i;irotod l'realdcul of American Fed
eration of Labor.
Detroit, Mich., Deo. 21. Tho Ameri
can Federation of Labor unanimously
re-elected all Its old officers. Tne only
contests occurred iu selections of fra
ternal dolegates to the foreign trade!
congresses. The elections resulted as
president, Samnel Gompers ot Wush
Ington; vice presidents, p. J, McQulre
ot Philadelphia; James Dnucan ot Bos
ton, James O'Oouuellot Washington,
John Mitchell of Lndiadapolis, Mux Mor
ris ot Denier and Thomas L. Kldd ot
Ohkacoj secretary, Frank Morrison ol
wasnmgtou; treasurer, jonu is. J.eu
nou of Bloomiugton, Ills.; fraternal
delogates to Brltibli congress, Johu B.
Ieumin, Bloomlugtou, Ills , sccrotnry ot
tho Journeymen Tailors' union, and V.
C. Poarco of Indianapolis, eccrotary of
tho United Mine workers; fraternal dot.
gate to Canadian trades congress, W.
j, Mahou of Detroit, president of tha
Amalgamated AB-tooi.uion of .Street Rail
way employes, Louisville was selected
as place, ot next convention. The ether
candidates wero Cleveland, Columbus,
Bcrantou, Pn, Salt Luko City, Galves
ton uuu liny uity, juicu.
IIavasa, Deo. 21. Mojor Genoral
Leonard Wood, the new governor gen
eral, arrived here at daybreak on tho
steamer Mexico, whtoh left New York
for this port Deo. 18. The steamer was
gaily decorotod with flags. From Ca
banas fortress it major general's salnto
of 13 guns was fired and tho Cubans
from the Puuta flrod a governor gen
eral's balute of 24 gnus by the explosion
Tho carriages which had been pro
vided by the reception committees had
gone to the wrong wharf, and finally
General Wood, with his staff onfl sacn
members of tho committees as could
squeoza in, cutored the common hotel
bus aud wero driveu to the hotel.
Tho Impressionable Havana news
apcrs comment on this incident. It is
the first time in 400 years, they say,
that;.i captain general of the Island has
siguuiizeu uis omciai arrival uy iuiuk
lu such a vehicle, nnd they think It sym
bolical of tho coming of a spirit of dem
ocracy. Genoral Chaffee, chlof of staff of
General Brooke, waitel on General
Wood at the hotel and escorted him to
the governor's palace. Thero, after short
greetings ana a personal raiK, uenerai
rooko tnrued ocr tho command (o
him, and at noon General Wood became
suprome governor of Cuba.
The welcome given General Wood
was, according to all the old rosldents,
without parallel In tho history ot tho
Hale congratulated brooke.
Call and soo our NEW OPAL WARE
It stands a hotter Art) test than any
grrtnltewnre in the market and more
Handsome and durable. Flno Nickel
and Porcelain 'Coffee and Tea 'Pots,
Elegant Table Cutlery, Catvlng Bets,
Pocket Knives, etc., or any of those
Natural Gas Stoves
Everything useful and desirable.
Pouohot, Hunsloker St. Cq.'s
Hardware and Stove Store. 2 1 6-2 1 8 S. Main st.' ,
A POINTED ARGU-VIEZIMT
One-half the cost of making beer Is paid for labor. The employ
ment of labor at good wages, by her institutions, Is the life of any city.
Why not then, If yon drink beer
Drink Rcnncrt,?!J Lager Beer
And keep the money that yon pay for It In circulation at home?
Golden Band Bottled Beer, in pintsor quarts .
EIGHT MURDERERS ASK LENIENCY.
Applications Ilefuro the I'enneylvanta
Hoard of I-urilous Home Case.
HAimiSBCto, Doc. 21. The board ot
nardous btiird argument on the appli-
cttious for pardons in the cases ot
William Wasco and William Patterson
ol Allogheuy county, William Peun
Howmauof Wilkesbarro, CdnardOres
amger of Northumberland, Thomas
llrcouan of Pottsvillo unci William
Kpps, alias Turner, of Philadelphia, all
ot whom are ssoklng a commutation of
Bqutonco to life- imprisonment. The
case of Prank J. ICrauso, under sen
tence ot death at Alloutown, was con
tinued until the Jauharv session. A
largo unnibjrof minor oases wero heard
nfter which tho board adjhnrnod to
meet today iu eiccutlye session.
Application was tiled for a rehoaring
lu tha case of William II. House, for
mally uBbltant city attorney of Pitts-
iHirg, wuu ,1s serving a iuuuiuh iu 1110
Westoru penitentiary for embezzling
city funds. The application Is based on
the ground that roeent developments
show that House Is innocent end that
ho Is entitled to a pardon. The board
reserved Its decision.
rilvofuulo lteport on Treaties.
Waiiiinutov, Doo. 21. Tho senate
committee on foreign relations author,
lead a faorablu report upon tho two
ircuties uegothtcd with rClreat Britain
aud'Goi-mauv for tho dissolution 6t tho
, tripartita -mjreeuiant for1 tho control ot
tno catuimn isianus. ,
t M. I'uul (Deroateije Seuteoed,
, P.utls.'Doc. St. M. Paul Deroulede,
president of the Leaguq ot Patriots, and
who Is oni; ft the prisoners ou trial for
conspiracy agaiUHt jUo'goorn)iient, was
sentenced to two wears' iuiDrlsonmeut
,ou thochaigeof llbelibg souators com
posing tho high coortor justice.
AeiiStireirs,0ut ut WorU,
PuihApcu'iUA, Doo. 21,Upward 0;
2,(60 tranutretfca have been thrown
out of emplavmeut by tbo closing ot
most of the departments ot tho techoyl
Ailrunee nt Motiev ti CuulUh ttanke.
P.titis, Doc. 31. It la rumored here
that the 13 ink of Russia hasadvam,od
to t'10 Paul; of England S,OOJ,000.
THUTH OF LOQAN'S DEATH.
fiald He Could Bee Dawn of the People's
WAsniNOTOS, Deo. 21. In tho final
session ot tbo senate before the holiday
recoss, Mr. Pettigrew (S. D.), lu a char
acteristically lucislvo speech demanded
to Lnow whether It was to be the policy
of the repiosentatlves of the adminis
tration to snppresi proper facta and
news when called for by a senator. He
said ho bolievcd au cliort was
beina mado to urevent the testi
mony token by tho war investigating
commission from being sent to luo sen
ate, aud declared his purposo of not
submitting to the suppression of in
formation to which the people, iu his
opinion, wero entitled.
Taking Maior General Brooke's faro-
well proclamation to tho people of Cuba
as a text. r. Hale (Me.) Drieny con
gratulatod tho genoral upon the work
ho had accomplished in Cuba and said
he could now see tho dawn of the time
when tho Cuban doodIu would bo lndo
pendent. Mr. Morgau (Ala.) offered
an amendment to Mr. Bacon's resolu
tions guaranteeing to the people of
Puerto Ilko, Hawaii aud tho Philip
pines a republican government, nnd
Mr. Hoar (Muss.) introduced a resolu
tion dcclartng how tho people of the
Island possessions of tho United States
An Aid to tho Conrt.
Mnslstrat' -What aro these prisoners
eharged with? '
Policeman 1 arrested them for fight
Inc. your honor. They ore 11 couple c
golf players, and
Magistrate Bend for the tourt Inter
preter. Philadelphia Record.
should bo governed.
FILIBUSTERING IN HOU3E.
Grow (liven a Chance to Hepl- to State
nieiiti by Galnel.
Wasmmiton, Deo. 21. No business
was 'transacted at tho brief session ol
tho house. Tho ttmo was occupied in a
filibuster against n motion to adjourn,
a"ho Democrats and some Republicans
did the filibustering in order to give Mr.
Urow, the umcraule ex-speaker ot the
house, an ODDOrtunitv to reulv to some
statements made Tueiday by Mr. Galucs
Mr. Payne, tha majority leader, waa
ueieatou ou two roucaus: air. uicnara
sou chaffed him ou his defeat lu a good
naturod wav. After Mr. Urow had
mado his statement tho house adjourned
until 12 o'clock Jau. S, 1000.
Another Motlin Died.
New York, Deo. 21, Mary Barrett,
0 years old, who was terribly burned
In Tuetdav's Uarlom tenement fire,
died. This completes the eitWIon ot
tho family, her father, mother und sis
ter having becu burned to doath in the
Von llledrleh's Appointment.
IlRni.iN. Deo. 21 Admiral Von Died
richswas appointed chlot ot the naval
Roneral stall. Vloo Admiral, Bende
rnann wai nDOolnted to command the
cruiser squadron, in succession to .Prince
Ila.i.i. a. lln..ht. nhnl. n,.,il,lf' hATnA
Antl-Oamblipc IJ Sit1d.
Itnv rnirrlBV.- Aln . Tint-. 1 The
law "to prohibit booUmakinef.tjr? pool
selling or horse racing and other forms
ot gamming" was aeciaoa constitu
tloual br the. suprome court.
Killed bjr n Elephant.
Ooiumdus, Deo. 21. M. J. Moaoher,
nu elephant trainer, better known us
Patsy Pbrepaugh, was instantly killed
by nn elephant at SolUvillo.
Heard aluod ror aovcrnor.
Batok Rouan, La., Dec, 21. The
Dcinocratio statu comcntlpn nominated
W. W. Heard lor governor,
llev. Dr. tlttblusou Deed
PlTTSEURO, Deo. 21. Rev. Dr. Will
tarn a. Robinson, pastor of the 1'ir.t
United Prctbylerian church of Alio
gheuy and ono of tho most prominent
men in tho United Presbyterian church,
died yesterday afternoon at a Btultarlnm
at Battle Orrek, Mich. Tliu immedmto
causa cf death was pneumonia, aided by
an attack ot rheumatism aud a compli
cation of nervous diseases from which
th'j deceased had bceu sulTerlug for somo
filuttaa's ielt.lD-Latv Who Fled.
Marseilles. Dee. 21 Mahmmirt
Pasha, the sultan's son In-law, who re
cently fled from Oonstantiuop.o with his
wife's jewols and all the money bo could
colloct arrived here.
ttipubllcaa Cheirmau Uiinna Istued Ouq
lur the Gatherlnil In t'lilla-
ilelphla Tfest June.
WAEiUNarox, Deo, 21, Tho follow
log call for the uext llepubllcau na
tional convention was Issued horo:
UXAixjOAanus Hh-ubucau National
. COVSUTTei, I
K, W. Con (till Asn o sincrr f
To the rtepubllmn Kiectors ot tho United
Inacoordsoce with eitsbliihrd custom aud
In ubeUU-nce to Inttruqtlons of the national
convention ot ISM, Ibe national Republican
fihot In Ueait bile teauln( Over a
Wouiidod Soldier Loiter lie.
reived rrom a Comrade.
YoiiNOSTOWN, O., Doc. 21. A letter
written by Lieutenant Colonel Brere
ton of tho Thirty-third infantry, who
was with Major John A- Lo?an wheu
he was killed, was received hero. It
sot at re it the story circulated flat he
was hilled by his own. Tho letter was
dated Bau Vabian, Kov, 12, and satdi
"Your hnslmud died a hero, while lead.
lng lu battlo tho command to whloh he
had been assigned npon' joining bis
regiment, the third battalion. His
battalion was tho advanco gu&rd ot tho
regiment In attaok upon the town ot
"Yesterdav. Nov. 11. Maior Losran
was leaulug over n woundoa soldier to
assist him wheu he w as tho through
the head. This was shortly before 0
o'clock in tho morning. Prompt surt
glial attendance was at hand, but the
major never recovered consciousness
aud died while being convoyed to the
hospital. The exact locality was about
two miles from San Fabian, ou tho road
to Sau Jacinto. I was ouo of the last
persons who saw him ullye and ."je was
bravo aud self-paseessod until te was
struck down by tho enemy's bullet."
Major Liogun's volot, Money, arnvea
A Candle Trick.
Let a candle bum until It has a good
long snuff; tbcu blow It out with a sud
den puff. A bright wreath ot white
smoke will t'utl up ft cm tbo bot wick.
Now, If a name be applied to thi;
smoke, een at a distance of two 01
tblce Inches from the candle, the name
will mn tluun the smoLo and rekin
dle tbo nlcL lu a ery fantawtio men
nci. To perform this ceremony nicely
tbeio must be no diaft or "banging"
doors vihtlo the injstlc spell Is rlolng.
PiTTSBano, Da 23.
WHEAT-No. 2 red, 0CSO3C.
COB.N-Slirilod yollow No 2, 23910c. hieh
inlied do.B7J3oi mlxod, 8437ol No Svel
low ear, 40Villo! hls tn.xed jo&tja- mixed,
880390, low mixed. 370t37tCc: No. ijellowear,
new, sstaic, No. 2 yellow shelled, now, &3i
OATi-No. 1 white. 993li(4. No. 2 white.
S.i Jl;c, extra No. J, J.i0a, No. 8. a
HAY No. 1 1 molbT. tl3.23rtM3 SO. No. 1 tlm
otby. Ill 5J9U.50. No 8 timothy, llfl.0J.5ll 00;
No. 1 clover mlxoa. 912 wan au, ro. 1 clover,
lUWMllO No 1 sralrie. J? 2JUS.M. No I
oralrle. 17 7538 li. No.Huralrle. 17 M1S8.CO; No.
4 prairie. (7 WJ.7.5 J. packing hay, t7.0Oe8.OJ;
No 1 timothy from country wagons, ll&owg;
FOULRTT Llve-Lsrse chickens, tOSISe
per pair small, 4.V$50c, aprins chlokens, S9S
430, m to stzo; uuoka, s&voput pounai tur
keys, 6StQl(c, ceese, Sje7c Dressed chlckens
O d, 10 (dllo per pound; eprlng. Ml8o,
duck. lOtallol turkers. 13'fllio. Reese, same.
QAMB-ItabblU, dcawa, Z$Oa pheaiante,
I7UVJ7 6) per dozen; quail, 1172.00 pel
dosont irray squirrels, t&ctl CO per dozen.
DDTTElt-ElKln prints. MM; extra
oreamerr. 2Si(eiSo. Ohio tancy creamery, fit
OJOo. oountry roll, !S4oI8 low grade and
oooklni. WBlic '" lT '
CIIKKiE-Fall creacilOhlo, new, ltUoi
three quarters 12'l8c. New Vork stte full
cream, new, 131801 Wisconsin. H'.i'ilbc;
8 1 pound br'ck, Swiss l(K15o; limburger,
KQOS strictly fresh, Pennsylvania and
Ohio, mcaass. slC&of storago. ITutlSo. (lo ad
ditional for candllng.l
.PlTlSBUIto, Deo. 2J
CATTD3 Reoeipts liberal 01. Monday, 1st
cars pn sale marketslQwi prlcts lrti lower;
today supply 11 jht r market steady. Wo quote
as follows! Eitra. UbOslMS; prime, UK'S
5 75; good, 1 8035.25, tidy, t(,75a510, fair,
4.4O04.7U, good batchers. 14 25v.(J: common,
J IU43 00 heirors, 18 Osil M, oxen, S3 5UA4 75:
bulla and stage, H5.AK4 0! common to good
fat cows, tl 75JJI4 25, good fresh cows. 140 ut
aw.oo, fair cows and springers, 125.008500,
bologna cows, 111) (XXiS.UlXJ
UOGB lteeeipts were liberal on aionaay,
Wltb a good demand, the market ruled aotlre
ana. prices siruuger. iuumjt n rvuvi, iiitu.,
also dSraand light, market ruled slow. We
quote; Prime assorted mediums, I4 25&L83
extra heaxv, U2UM4 2j: hoavy Yorkers, 11.23(9
4 SO Icht Yorkers and pigs, t4..1)3 ti, roughs,
81lEEPANDTUtBJ-T3upply fair on Mon
day. 15 loads on sale, market active, prices 10c
I.Wshtron both sheep and larabi. today re
oespts lair: inarxet lower op suoep. duoui
atdTon lambs, orlcss anchangod. We
quote: Choice wothers, ItBt-IO; good. 14.10
M fair mixed t3 todl On common, II 539
12.50) choice lamUi.J.5-i3.w,iwlcjiirm, )Mj
1ST w , noavy ana turn, si.Mau uo.
1 "'-," "'
v, tJwointATi, Deo. 23
'BOa-Mar'iet qulst U 19 60 44 10
CAITLE-Mnrkel stoady at U75SJ.55.
HIIEKV AND LAMBV-Market for 'hoep
Itcadyat tilXViiW, Lambs Market steady
IMf1J.i5 23. ,.
1 . NcwYonic, Dec 20.
iWlIISAT-Spot market. Weak No 2 red,
T3o fo. b. afloat I Np 1 northern Duluth,
tOa f. o b. afloat, nominal. No 1 hard Da-
lutb, tHu t. o. p. aaoas spoil no. t roa
7340 In elovator .
COIIN-Spot market easy; No. 2. OOKo t
u b. afloat and tflio la elevator
OATa-BocC market dun; .no. t. we: no.
B. XSKo : No. 1 white, lil.'io . No. a whlto. B0to !
tmok mixed western, -tisjjiw. track wnite,
bit J mo.
(JATTLK-Sltty tars On sale, demand llltle
more Active, prloda unchanged: market closed
uull. somo late art) ais unsaia. cieers, t.ui
(!(5.'o. oxrn, ii 'Xii 76, bulls, ( 754.23. oows.
II 60u43.l1 extra fat do, llti.
SKKtT AND LAMBS-Market for sheep slow
snd easier, choice lambs Arm : others steady
to ICo lower : 0 cars unsold, bbeep, 12 &. J4.60;
culls. I.' COSt 25, lambs. 11.03.83. Canada
lambs. 15.73: cnlls. II 0 tt 50.
HOOS-Oae and on bait csrs on salo, mar
ket nominally weak quotod at !U0l,
stile pigs, tl M10J.
arand Opstrsi Mausatat
"Wilbub F. Stioklb, Mgr.
Thursday, Do. tt.
DAVID BELABCO'S Original Com
"tl. ii 1 .1 ll-.1J lit
Don't GO Out of Town
to got tickets printed. My stem ot print
ing tickets wlibout loss to the customer Is
not excelled by any prlntor on earth. Per
sonal supervision of the entire work by the
proprietor himself Is the way It Is done at
Ihis office. ,
Give me your next order, large or small.
I will kuarnntee satisfaction. In other
words, I will pay cash value for tickets
E tinted at this office which were not sold
y authorised persons.
GEO. O. JAOKSON
Safety Ticket Printer, 105 Main si,
Everett Bulldlnf. Tel. 34 1.
BUY YODt COAL OF
Oao. M. R;;ljB.
iEAtt IX -
Office: Dldge St., 3 doors east of
N. Howard St., near Valley Depot.
MIUTAnT SABCBle ACASEMT..
itaelnnen1 Olftis Mondy evenlnM.
Bollock;; Advance Olaai Wednesday
eveningi.oo -locii, tivum mstruo
tlon. by appointment. Muslo fur
nub ed lor parties, eto. Hall can bo
rented lor tfuucei, concerts, erc.
Call At Acadflray between B and 11
am. and ItSO to 4 30 pm. w. A.
Barron, residence, No. 701 Kast Mill
In nnv amount. 5 to 7 tier cent. Rate
of Interest depends on amount want
ou (tnu security ouereu. uau up 10
and find out our torms. No delay, It
you want money quick.
THE BRUNER-C00DHUE-C00KE CO.
Plumbing: and Heating.
Repairing Btqam and hot water sys
tems and stoam'flttlng aBpeolalty.
ail iwiiii s
SHAW'S PURE MALT. Perfect as a
beverage or medicine. -It prevents
ohllls nnd tones up the system. I
exhlle rates and does not poison
Bold by Wb, Washer, Akron, O.
K. O. T. IWl-
Every Monday nfternoon and evenlns
Children's olass at p.m. Xnstrhotlons ti
adults 7 to S.l. General danclns until 11
Mrs. Uertha L. Ohrlstraan, Instruotor.
J. W. MEE. Assistant.
AjfticlcsaadCtrarsceau to tht
Now Drusj Store)
At Ho. lUI S. Mela St., Tel. DTI
ROSS BALYEAT, Proprietor
committee direct, that u nittonal conentlon
ot thedelesatedr-present.llrMof thoRcpub at ga v0u-o on traiwrt Blkh and
llcanprrty ueh.hUltlwctn vt rhlludslphla. Sill niu- v?. .1 ?JESll J t Si.i
In the state of I'snnsylTanta lit the purpose JJ 11 join the Logan family at Bau
Students of aicultecture may have
often wondered why the two totters
of Notre Dnmo at Paris were not of
the same size. It appears that when
the catuctltnl vtas built It was the
cathedral of a suffragan bishop, who
tt as not tntltltd to ttt o to crs ot equal
bolglit, and for centuries the bishop of
rorls was iiiiffraean to the bishop of
Qinn'pa Macphcrson How many
does two and two make, Donald?
Oran'pa What aro yon talking
nboutV Twi and two maUo four.
Donald Ys, I know, but 1 thought
you'd "beat me down" a bit! London
tff , in 2-
The Easy Foofl
Easy to Buy,
Easy to Cook,
asy to bat,
Easy to Digest,
rT.'.ii.rr m. 1 Inward St.. to 184 8. Howard
st., upstairs oer llolznorth A Meteger'a
new grocery. Friends nnd customers
will nnd him In better shape than erer
to take caro o( tbelr trade.
, WHEN IN D0UBT TRY
n v cui-d thainds ol
ftei t&&VrluctU, Atxpphy.&o
Tiy clear the bria.itrcntha
tho clreuUtlon ne dl.ettloa
pctisct. an- inpsn a oc-iu.r
vfjof to tb whpl Vrlnc. All
di-Ul and louts x cbecked
fmntnlly Uaksi Mtieats
itoa eta worn" mic. (moinin7 uramwr
tioc or Dat. MslUd ssivltd. JMcfii p-r boil
o boxes, with rco-cti4 Ul f usrsstes ta cute or
(efand tha innir( J io S td fof fr book.
AdriruL sPLUeniiK...tlsnd. .
A. Wnrner. (JrKcIJi..03' p. Market
And IVIuat Swll
"Facts Are Stubborn Things."
Our prices and grades of Lumber,
Shingles, Lath, Bash, Soors, etc,
Wo Invite your inspection. Tele
WILSON LUMBER CO.
880 S. Main St., opp. Markol House
For the accommodation of Christ
mas travelers the Erlo R. B. will run
a speolal train on No. Ill's time on
Deoember 5, 28 and January 1 and
2. whloh leaves Akron at 12:23 p. m.
u( uoialaallpi: (.andldalej tjr president and Aiiego.
fe. ;M frMVjKjtti&iwWYlfo h y -$
r -) -Tti -3 iUii
$liY$lf:tffoit xy, lk