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Mold Magulrelsm In the anthracite patch nenr hheiinniloali, li w ri'inltid In
conl rcrlons of Pennsylvania lias been ' llunwlpjt romh light upon the innlio.ls of
dead luco 1870. but la IK stead 1ms been ll",,!''"" oml "" I'roprcriokns faction.
I, . . i ii 11- - n. a. Hie Inter ire iippan'iilly the Ktii'iiit"r
mplanfl from the otlr side of the At- fn(,on of ,h(, tw)' ni, nt wi'Ilnm I'enn
Inntle on orwinuntlon which Is ns terror- , ,, n( .MicrH ut. Inw well oritan
lilnc at heartless nnd ns lawless os were ,, Botctc,, through which tlujr pro
tho Mollle Mnipilros. Indeed the nets of ' t,.ct one anolliei nhen In tiouble. Uy a
the muiderous organization which today I
Infests the nnthrnille conl fields of I'enn
r)lrnnla nre cm more henrttess than
were those of iu more famous predeces
sors, says n correspondent of the New
The Ills!), nslih and Welsh miner Is
today the exception. In his stend we
hare the Pole, I lie Hungarian, the Ital
ian, the Mthiiunlau and the Hlnv all
practically one people In thought and
mode of life, it cmh wishlni; to be
counted distinct from the olhei. The
first comers of this now people to tho
mines me today, man) of thorn, upright
DisrofltMi or A VXUTUI.
bhttlncfs men, who have hi'tunu tlior
ou flily Ami ilcahlzed aud bne (la hlk'h
ml lepird fur utl oar Ameiieaii lu-tltn-tloni,
mpedally our public iilIkioIh. In
Bhinnndoah, n mltiiui; . enter, unj of
the cblhlicn wli'i Htuud at (lit fantl In the
ehooli not tlio oflfuprlu,; of t'n -t first
Hut tho l.iu' 'vrrz ivlilrli tlu uiiiuri
formerly earned attracted the luul.'M of
(he )jd '.TPtld, vlio f03n realized Unit In
the toal WKipns they -ouM clve fue rein
to ;h"Ir hirls natures nnd encape the
p(2!!lfri. ln Btendlly, no quietly, did
thl rlemr&t poir Into the coalfields nf
eastern X'enniylTiiula that the taw ubid
Iqk toolt nn note of It.
Jlut mreljr has the nwnkcnlni; tome,
and'tortay; as in the daya of thn Mollio
MngJlfj people nre Avklnic wbem It
Thts orp!fri j.Iment contains i.mny
who llrd from ths loud or their birth to
fupptj pti.ilshmeac fur crime. Onir bert,
the' t.Dti.1 iue s Uwbietilcern until the
stern basd vf th law trips thee, or they
meet Cfht thrnnifh minhapA In the milieu
The fnvllonnl anlmnaltlts of the old
wprld are n , Itut nievntuntrd, n:iil to
Hay we lide in Schuylldll tno p-M.i'rfal
factor. a, wij, u stop tmlj at muidr to
acco,ip'txIi the desired nd?.
Strans" na'nis tbenc IJlliuuniuu peo
plf baTC- .or lludr fnct Inn ton. One Is
known ns the "Xuka" and th other as
the Tropienokas' people of one Mate,
hpt of-jlUtlnct pmrlnux, benriiiif a lit
tMiCfir flch otlmr wlilrh Tlolftue alone
c.in atipcuu The tIfctfiice of these two
ficllimj nnd their murdeious deniini up
on each mhtr hart?, how tier, but recent
'J' vome to llxht. Mystcrloui deaths have
been of frequent i-ciirrencr within the
Inst tW ytuii In lSchulklil county, but
an thftso foreiRuem cute naught fur tho
(bad thiy made not the slishtest eu
ihavpr to assist the otllelals In tuvcstlgat
Ine the oft recurrlni: irluus. They talher
thg'w erery obstatU In the way uf tuih
Many tnjsterbua deaths rem u In still
unsolred. Men, Uatni Into Insensibility,
wdro thrpun upon railroad tucks to
mole It appear n thotijiU (hey had been
struckfbyMrains' otherp were lift lying
unconscious ulonc the public hlchuays,
and when found by Ami-rlcans not a fur
fUncr wo'dld claim ihv Injured or i,le
th battered body shOtcr, Hut n inurdor
mmmltted "Sept, Mi loft, on n Hunday
fTtpfn;., at William I'enn, a rolulus
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can be entirelv avoided by the use of " MotnKR'a Friend," a bcienlific
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New ltcign of Terror In Uio 9 $
Pciinsyhnnlu Coal Regions. 9?
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system of regular dues n fund is ertrted,
umd In nil Ins the FcrTicru of lawyen
when they nto mil down by otllcets or In
assisting the escape of the licensed.
They hnroMio lizard uhatvici for law
and nidcf. Hunday Is the day for Cn
rnuiala nnd drinking, and the "speak
rasy" flourlnhes nmout; them. The man
ifho ennducta tho "speak insy" can al
ways be sure of having scores of witness
es to swear he has not violated the law.
Tow co unarmed, but the levolter Is not
thrlr ftnnrlte wcipun, A knife of peuil
I lar shape, with n blade nbmit tight ituh
I es lone and n handle which well U the
hand and which 1ms n Htout xptlne hold
ing tlie blade open, 1h the wtnpou which
few itrj without nnd It Is used upon the
Kunduy Is always n day of jollification
nnd a day of chrUtenluES or weddiui; eel
ibrutloiiN, with plenty of beer and other
dunks, nml (he Humbly that docs not wit
next it Liitjfus aftray at such functions
Is Indeed n ratity In Hchuylklll county.
It Is this class that fuiuUhcH W per
n nt of he business for the criminal
courts In the mlnlnc regions, and marly
all Mich bus! liens U scheduled under the
head of aisuults with Intent to kill. The
paitieipantH In thirte orKlen cannot talk
JhiKllrih and lequlre Interpretirs. and this
tedious method Is wearisome to the courts
and greatly hampets the speedy disposi
tion of criminal eases.
1Sik.Ii, In btbf, is the element which to
day works the anttuacltc iouI mines of
the KejMoue-Stute, People have watch
ed with forobodlng the gient Increase In
nuiideruus nssuult,s and tho frequency
with which murdci wu rtpoited, but not
until Joseph Uutkofsku, a tjulct young
foreigner, who had been married leas
than it year, was foully intudered on Sun
day eu'tilug, Sept. -1. did the people of
the ion! teglons know that two mm der
mis fiicllous hail taken root nmoni; them,
mnlutatuliu: organizations for Intenci,
Itutkofska lived In u modi's t little home
nnd worked daily In the mines. He wan
n V-nkas. I'oitr weeks before the date of
bU murder n eddlng party met nt his
home. Tlieje was beer, of course, and
drunken men us a hsult, Among those
nt the party were Uollis and Mutt Hub-
nls. Thoy 'uie 'I'ropmiokftH. A dispute
ntose between the Ilubul brothers and
Itutkofska, resulting In a light The day
following Itutkofska had Itollls Mubnls
anesled, chnrged with malicious mis
thief, The justice however, dismissed
Itilbnl determined on retenge. When
he was ni rested, he told Constable Jo
iepli I'cti-ra tint he would kill Uutkof
sku. Hekept hs noid. Mubnls and
prohublj t seoi'of otluir of the Propie
uokas faction entered Into u conspiracy
to do away with Itutkofukn.
On the tJundny of the murder they pa
radid up and down the stireta of WH
Ham IVnu, making dire tin eats upon the
.ilk as. rXhe' leader of the gang was
Andrew Cora. The Zul.ns leader In
William I'enn wns Irnnk W)louaH, As
Corns nnd bis fellow Propienokos march
ed ,ip nnd down they ye lieu as they pans
id the house of Wylouar, "(Vmie oat, Ku
kns king, till we make rmutiage of )oul"
A o renin k canju the frequent visits
maije tn tho Hslpous ha I thoroughly In
llimed the brains of tin; ciowd. Hhots
were tiled to lenorUe the ptople, vtonei
wvio thrown. Itollls Ilubnis tanled an
itx; qIIums of his party hud iltibs. Short
ly nfjtir 7 o'clock Ttutkofska Mime out of
his homo and ntyod at the f tout gate
His sworn eurmies soon dUcovered him
mid mnrchrd to wittre he Hood,
MotlLg ilosa to the gate, one of the
crowd engaged htm In eoinetsatloa, while
HolIU Itubnls quietly lained his ux nnd
brought it down upon the unsuspecttuK
UutkofskaV head, crushing hh bkull aud
Konttrrlng his bialns over the board walk
In the yurd.
Uu'U tho crowd quietly dispersed.
There wns no running away or hunting
plates of stuets. The entire trowd of
PropmioUa adherents walked up the
ctiect, ixhlle djlng Itutkofska was enr
tlid Into the house.
The muidir was well planneil, and of
the nine men who stood at the gate while
the fatal blow wns strut k nil ncled Hieir
parts well. They hud entered Into a con
fcplrncy to taurdei. Their put pose was
accomplished, nnd they were satisfied
thero was one less .ukns to Interfere
with them. Kleven men were urrested,
Nine hnvt been tried. TiruJoo Skntclins
und Adam HomanaltU ptoed alibis and
were discharged. UtiTeu others Milliard
Hroiosky, ngetl Ui yearn, married; An
tliony Machulas, aged .TJ years, single;
Joseph Knchlnskl, aged -I yean, single;
Andrcs Coress, oged UM jears, slugle;
Peter Htenkowlcs, uged lil jears, slugle;
Anthony Ktrnhuwlex, aged VA) years, sin
gle, and Julius Bteukonkz, oged 'Jd
years, single weie one wnk ago found
gulty of inurdor In the first degice, Uol
lis and Matt Itubnls nre awaltlug trial.
Is looked foiirird to with expectations of joy
and gladness. The ordeal of bringing the Utile
one into the world, however, Is a critical one
for the mother-to-be, and her anticipations, of
the comlnr event are shadowed wllli l-looin.
BICYCLE AND BULL FIGHT.
Latest XoTrltr In the Parorlte
Antatrmeut of LIthon.
The tporty set of Lisbon recently be
held a Hsbt between n bull nnd n mat a
doro riumtfi on n wheel. At first the
bull Icwtl.fd asl'-ince at his strnntf antag
onist; thin, with a torn of hW he id nnd a
mighty bellow, l.e ch urged full at the
li:te'n;r tpoLn thtit unstained the piud
l!r drcil mntadore. The matadoro ped
nlcd ft.rloi.sly awny nnd ni out nf dan
per lonjc before the lowered horn reach
cd the place wheto In bad Urn. Once
Vote tb. bull chared, nnd again the mat
nlore eluded lilm by swift uoik. I3vl
dently tlits matadoro wm tux expert on
the whtil, and It looked to the breathless
Bfectitors nftpr the fourth and fifth on
ulaueht of the bull hid prored ineffectual
that the nnlninl would tire blmielf out
without ppttlnj; to clone quartets.
The bull stood Rllll at last and seemed,
as he en zed en the hilent nnd watchful
DiapERATE FIGHT HFTWF.ra HDLL AND 111
niatadnre, to bo debut hit! within himself
how to tackle this queer enemy. As a
result of bis coaptations the bull climccd
the wheelman, and then, when the latter
raced away, the animal turned xuddonly
and, facing about, made for the matadoro
to cut him off as lie rounded the circle.
Only just In time did the ImllQghti'r
swerve from his course, and the space
between the lowered bonis and the wheel
was very small this time as the gnat
bead charged home. It was time tlint
the matadnre censed playing with the bull
nnd got down to buhiiuss. The next time
the noble bend was lowered and raised to
find that the gleaming wheel had been
worked out of rauge theio was bipod
pouring where one of the darts had been
imbedded In the stenmlug llesh.
With n roar of rage as the hull felt the
sting of the shnrp point tho furious unl
ran! stood stnmplng aud bellowing for n
few moments nnd then renewed the at
tack with a rush. It leipilii'd the utmost
skill and nullity of the wheilmau to elude
the charges. A horao could hnrdly have
got nut uf the wny In time, for the bulk
nf the animal would have been agajiist
him. The bicycle cbuld be turned and
nioied In a much smaller space, and the
wilder the movements of the bull the
grenler the ease with which the mntndore
eluded him, for before the bull could turn
the bicyclist would be far nwny after
planting another of tho dindly doits In
the tdinuldoi nf the homed brute, who
was bv this time a pitiable spectacle, us
he stood billowing nnd bloodv, his wan
ing stieugth proving less and less tqtial
to the work of following up the swiftly
As the bull showed signs of wenkenln.'
the mntndoie luentne mole dating and
actually rode swiftly past tho slutting
bMcs nf the nnluuil nml skillfully planted
a dart In a vital part as he swipt by, II
cnlild be seen that the mil was In sUlit
for the bull. With his shoulders bedecked
wllli the darts ami the blood pouring
from the wounds.they had Inflicted lie
sunk tu his knees and then tolled out on
GREW FAT IN JAIL.
An Imprlaoneil Wife Oontrr bent
IJat'k tu III llouivl
After teleaslng n wife beater named
Lutx from jail upon appeal of the m iu'h
wlfe Judgo Lynch of NYllkesbnrre, Pa,
aid. "I renumber nluu that brutal hus
band was sent tn Jail and recall his half
it a nod appearance, He was poorly clad,
! 30 Led ns though he had uot had encuun
to eat, and his uppeutance was tlut of a
man phjNleally ruii duwu.
"How did he luok todnj ? Like a man
who was Ihing upon the fat pf the laud.
Ills fate is toundt'd out, aud Pm mue
ho has grown 0 pound heavier, Ills
little wife, on the other hand, presented
a pitiable pieture. Her face was uin
and pinched, nnd her whole appearance
was that of a woman who wns dnllj ox
oerleuclng tho naugs of pjverty.
'l signed tho older for her husband's
release for two reasons," said Judge
Lynch to a correspondent of the New
York Sun, "first been use tho wlfo needed
the auppott ho eun prolde, wul, second,
because he wns II, lug too high lit thu ex
pense of the county, 'litis vmpath foe
the poor prisoner Is alt er well In its
ftnj, but to 1113 mind we're enirjlnr It
too far. I.ook nt the records of the Lu
teruo county piisou, nnd what do you
Dud? The uamen of meu who maku It n
point, about this period, to be scut up
fot the winter, ,
"Of iouipo thero nto men In Jail whom
a romhlnalhm of uufoitunale necldtnt
brought tlio re, but m emi lento tut the
bench teaches i.ie that the majority of
tho Inmates of the count) ptiou mu
there by design or because of a retkles
illsregard for the law, 'lhe(. know that
In pilson they will be puulded with n
good bed and abundance- to eat; that thu
leu-rities of winter rnuuot harm them.
Consequent!) whnl Is Intituled for n pun-
isnmeiu m inhen ns u iuury,
"What would I pioposoV I haen't
quite decided, but I know that I would
throw the bed springs out of tho wludow
and substitute siuiethlng let del lea to for
dinner than rcust pork nnd plo.M
BRUIN DROPPED IN.
He Came) ThrmtHli 1li Hoof unit
Clruliliud Mftlo Julniny,
Little John lUcd, the .l-jcur-ul 1 son of
Mr, and Mrs. tluinuil Iteed, uwol.c re
cently to find himself in thu embraee of n
big brown bear. Ml. und Mis. Iteed live
In u louely part of Montgomery county,
Pa. tic.eiul months ago their house
caught fire, und a large hole wns hutned
In the roof Mr. Iteed neglected to h-ire
It repaired, und that Is how this ftury
Oue evening two mendicant Italians
pnfeued the house with a pet forming pear,
rriS the Philadelphia Times, llniln wns
tiled out with hU dny's woilc nnd ("eH
c?ssfe3 ,tm v-7, w.m 'urn ef&
hearty looking man who thumps
est and aava le's sound as a dollar,
bis cltet hiiiI ki
does not take into consideration the ca
tarrh which bothers him occasionally.
more or less
ing," he says.
But he Is mis
begins In ca
t a r r h may
end in con
Is a foul dis
ense at Its
best and n fa
tal disease at
when it In
nnd for diss
Cisco of the
luiiL'3 In Kcn-
ernl the standard medicine ia in,
lieree'a flnlrleil lledicil I)l0cry,
It is rKcmmFntei by phywdans who
nave testca ils cincacy aim wi
at its cures. It not only ilestrojs the
ilicpa?,- hut It mirifirq the blood and
strengthens the slom ich and organs of
digeilion nnd nutnion
' l'or twelve inn I n at a ufTc rer from catarrh
nnd was Heated ly 00 or tise Ust nhvsictin, 1 In
the "late of North Carullnn who Ml.l the troiiblo
h id reached my liulvs " write Mr I, M ration,
or Clothi), Tramlnnli Co, N C "I Krew
von: everyday until I tried Dr Pierce's metll
clne Will say, one bottle or Dr Pierces
Cio'ilen Medical Dlacovery nitli Dr bases Ca.
tarrh Remedy cured ine ani to-ilav I nm welt
nnd heartv and I will aav further that my lortner
iihjalclan, Dr V M f.j'Uy. tecommendi Dr
rl-rcea me.llclne to m and to other. I nm
sure yrmr medleihea will cure ooy law or ca
tarrh that exUta 1 recomnieii 1 them to all '
A Gift The People's Common Sense
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Dr K. V. Pierce, lluffalo, N. Y.
ery sange. Ills masters goatUd hlti.
.ih n ion i stiih until lu despenillon ho
bioke nwny fiom them and galloped Into
Iteid's jiinl. A Inige apple Iree, with
brunches extcttdiii oeer the house, af
forded him n con.ciilint tieans of eicupo
fiom his puisuets, und up he wut.
Cmwlinji out on one of the limbs he
dropped on the roof and then trotted
uiouud the ihauiil opening, giowilng lu
Bstlsfiutlon nil tin.' time oeer his new
buddenly the weakened embers pive
wny with a ctnsh nud bruin fell benj
uer lucls Into the en rut tHow, He
turned n dozen Involuntniy soiuersnultd
down the stalrwny and smashed lu tho
door nt the bottom. When be tccottrnl
himself, he saw 'little John sleiping
ptncefully in his cot. The child seemed
to nilil to tlie byflr'ti anger. With n snarl
the great, lumlieriug utiunal binrtnl ror
ward. It is u fortunate thlnj for John
that btuln wan wealing n sttoug leather
mu 21 e, else he might have made short
work of tho thlld. As It was ho gathered
the Utile fellow to his onjry Uiuf-t and
luared loudly because he could not bite
John nwoko. He saw the piercing lit
tle blaek eyes and the shining white
teeth, nnd he grew purple In the fnce
from the pretbuic of thelg browu paws.
The child would have screamed if he
could, but tho breutl wiu gone out of
him. While bruin w,as tlll endeavoring
to bile the buy his mnsteis nnd Mr. Iteed
lau into the loom.
"Here youa, Pedro, coma nwnynr'
shouted one bf the Italians, The other
fell to belaboring the animal with his
stick. The filshteued. father tugged
uwny at the chulu in hlstosc.
Prtuzltd by unger-nnd pain, bruin
diopped the child and tiiffied on the men.
Oue of. the Italians drew n revolver und
shot Jhe bear (n the. left bIiV. The woptnl
did not kill the animal, but It tmbducd
him completely, nhd he allowed himself
to be led u,it) into cipljlty .agqlu, He-
ln his chops in cldent inuyuieut of the
bilif spaee in whh.h he' forgot the dls
Kintt- of bcliie- a perfoiming turn bear
nut tiausfoiimd hinuelf Into u wild alli
Mis. lti.d hugcid her son to her breast
nut ns ha;d ns tie bear did, It Is true,
but still hntd diough to make him wince.
As for John, he tiled himself to Ucp
again nud neer once gave a thought to
the wonderful tule he will have to tell to
his chlldieu nud giandehlldren.
Rock a by. bibyl On the ttev top,
When the win I Mown, the cradle will rorkj
When the Irrvujh IwiuU, the cradle n ill fall
Down tumblca luby, cradle and til.
Rock a by, babyt Tha meadow'a In Idoomi
IjiujI) at Ihe aunhrani that dance In tho room I
l.tho the llrdi lth llidr onn baby tune
Cud tn I ho tumuli Ine an I flowera of June,
poik a bj. labl -.3 Mtly It awlnci
Over the cradle the mother loie lngaj
ptoodlnj of coninrr at c.m or dawn,
Whuf will It do h h n the mother la gonaf
ttnrk a bT, babvt "ni ctoudleM the aklea,
I thu as the d) tin of jour own laujlilnu CJCJJ
Suxet ll thf lu'hhj u-er iouKneut
lhat tenderly ainge llltlo laby to reat.
Hoik py, In'ij I The bluo eyes wl dream
Sietcal v.hon maiiira'a ceotor them Ltant!
Never oicnlit will the world ium ao Ulrf
Sleeji, Itttb babyl liters no iloud In the U.
Hock a by, labl lie Hue eyes will burn
And ache will, that jmir manhood will learn!
Swiftly the 3euri cmw with anrrow an) caie,
Mllh burdens the wee itlmplrd ahoulders must
ttoik a by, hat) I Thrro'a ccmlnc a diy
Whoae totrowi a mother' tips can't kiss aft ay j
1)4) when IU on will la ihanzed to u mon.
Crou that laby mmt wear all alone.
IXockab), baby! Tto mradow'a In bloom,
Mjj iifnr tho fronts ull tho tcnuty In (-loom
Ho thy wortJ eur br.ght as today it Is eeti
Hock a ly, bal j I lliy cradle la p--.cn.
A l fitntlt hnttc
lite follow Ins Is a copy of a unqtiQ
notlco tillltcd to tlut viiurcli iloor nt
Wlillfflutie-h, London "MrIup, l.it.
Miimii.v, Mime inmiiiofl irotn ciujrcu
Btoli'i), fL'M'inl liouii fiom the I.unl'i
elij, 1) a numlur of pcnjilu of illffrr
rut nKPHi tlioss'-rt In their ButiiTu)
"A tnpo worm elshtoeu feet lone M
lortbtramoor, tb boto alter ra, taLlr-jtwo
CASe'AltUTa. TbU 1 nm sure Ua cauaad nw
htid health lor tbo past till co oara I nm Hill
Hl.lnr Caicarots. tho only cathartic worthy of
notlco hy acmslbla pennla "
Urn W.MtftWf.v-t. Halrd. Mitts.
TRAGI 11M1K KtaiSTIR.O
P1iiar.nt. P!shl I'm.nt Tntf florttl. T)0
Qoosi, Mvrer b.ci.n. Wraacu, or Grlrc .Cc. Uc. Uio
... CURE COf.STIPATION. ...
Bltrilff BMtJ Carar, (UiUBlixa,ltrrYtdl(
Cor. Main and Exchange Sts.
Is tho plnca whero you always find tho lnrgcst stock of
Delected brands nf
Whiskies, Brandies, Wines
And nil kinds of Imported goods.
WE RETAIL AT WHOLESALE .PRICES.
Is a doliclous, wholesome whisky,
19 YEAR OLD BOWEN RYE '-SPRING 1880
Nearly old enough to vote.
FOR XMAS, THE NICEST PRESENT AND BEST
..CALIFORNIA SELECT WINES..
Per Gal. 90c. "WW Per Quart 25c.
f3TM packages dollvoretl free In tho city nml vicinity, bonrlng
no marks on tho outside, Indicating the contents.
Cor. Main and Exchange Sts.
.Nature Lends I'm Ccntl.
As n font Mother, when the day U o'er,
r fids ly tho lianJ tir-r llltk cMU to tad,
Halt rUUntr, zt reluctant to bu led
AnJ I cW hll broken plaything! on th floor,
&U11 (razing Rt tlicm llirouifl. tho open door,
Nue wholly rtnsiurod nd eemforred
Pv iirpmlscs tf others In their it tail,
Wliicti, Uiiucli more uplcndU, may not please Mm
&j Natme flrals v.lth ui ami takes away
Our )lajptlitnpf, one hy one, nrd b the hand
LraU u to rit no gently 'Ut ve go
fetarre knowltij If ve wished (o go or Stay,
Uelng'too lull cf nl'pp to nujrrstsnd
lbw Jjr the unknown trantCLrtds the v.hat we
Ill or Tn i) I.nml of Pure I)clli;ht.
Th?rr id ft land of pure delight
UhT0 mpH limnortat rciffn;
Inflnlto day exrlmlrs the ni ht,
AnJ plf-jurca banitli palo (
lharo ecrlastltig spring obldti.
And never withfilrur florrij
llenth, I(e a narrow em, llvljl
Tlila Lea stilly land from ours.
Sweet field beyond 1lio,iwelHnjr Cood
Otand t'rrwi In Ihtnj greeat
Co to the Jew .M Canaan itood.
While Jordan rolled bctwteo.
But timorous mortiti attrt to ihrtnk
To cto-m Ihia narrow bwi
An) lliiprr, nblverlnr, on I he brink
An 1 fear to launch t.tuy.
Oh. could we maVc our tloubti remove
ltiote gleomy doulita that rUa
And nee the Canaan that we lore
With unbeclouded ;
Could e hut climb where JAoift Blool
And leT the landmapo o'er, f
Hot Jordan'! ureani nor death! cold flood
Should fright na from the ahorc)
MONKEY AS WITNESS,
He rnlnta Out the Slnrdereri of Ilia
A monkey wns the witness that con-
rleteil thtj perpetrators of n inurdcr on the
MlfeslsBlppl riTf tu the UUtorjr or crim
inal tri lift thir Ii no utiauscr stoiy.
Jocko a the most Imnortunt memlcr ot
a Ilttlo tlon,,rtnsnieimjterU bclonfflns to a
bullous nomad nattuil Ackorn.nu, who
nnfcatcil an old houseboat ulons the
MUsislppl whcri' settlements art? scanty
There came a ilnr when A eke rn.au. anil
JoeLo and the rest vete joined by a man
JOCKO rOTNTfl OUT TIIF MUltDrKERa
tiatned Starr atxl his wife, whom the
bhowmeu plchcd up about 1(X miles
nbo.p ilatpn Remc with the uudei
ltapdlng that the noman should do the
etH.Ut.gT.i.d the man help him with the
show. When the huunvbont left Devil's
Landing In Apul. Aekeiman was alUc
mi I well ami Jocko wns In hich spirits.
hen It tU-u up at the next lamling,
Ackuinau wns mUklnti and Jocko wns a
thunred cuatnre. This behavior of the
tuoukej ga-te rUe to grave s ut.pl clous,
v.lilch wert Btiencthcneil by tho contra
rilctniy Btqrla told by the Starts aud the
continued nl nonce of ckermnn.
In H cortier ot the houscumt was found
a blood Htalncd m. I'rofcanr UopKnn of
the I.nnMana State unUerslty submitted
It to Chemical examination and mild that
the blood was probabl) human. lie came
tu th pamo dietslon eonceinln stains
found In the skill that was towed bchlufl
the housebo-tt. All this was told tn coutt
vyhen the Sttrra appeateO foi tihl.
Hut the diltf witness wns Jocko, lie
hud been ktnt In a cill nt the parUh jail,
like any human wim.'ss, and wheh he
was brnuglit luto court in his searltt coat
add -cap the prisoners quatlul. Jocko ut
terod, n bcreaiu of tiige and would have
Ica-pci .upon them if the tjherifE's meu hhd
not ueiu him in rcstiaint.
Toal elcchjt the Jmy. Klender as tho
eyidentje was, thej belief od the monkey
and bvoiicht, lu n wrdlet of "utility."
The wan wm sentenced to be bauged and
the woman l Imprisonment tot life.
Whenever a warship Is lost tn the Gci.
mnnnniy iih vessel Is iiidiucu with
out alteration ot the iinral progi niuia.
fn ,mr rsrllr1 1 i
if flfM $$ffityif&i
PURE' RYE !
Tho whisky without a
WoolnK In Hrnll.
On Hunday evenings tho young man Is
welcomed Into the pajlor, where n, row
nr cbnlrt, extPii(ln along the four waHn.
The whole family sent? Itself, nnd, amid
n Rcnernl eontersatlon, the poor fellow U
EUppored to do tjie wooing. If he withes
to pRcoit lil flnncee tn n theater, thu fam
lly aed daughter will nlU ahead, x.hlle
he follow b by his lonely self. In short.
the roti pie nre nerei permitted to be
clone, nnd the nnturnl conieuuenee is a
clainluitlne woolnw. TCxchanire.
A niiilo HarPCtlon,
Otont Aclii'Hs-Tliat'H an Attocloua
portrait! Is that the best ynu can tin?
Ih thwe no way ynu civi'IraMovo upon
UV Smrgest namctlilng
PIiotoffrapher-Mudnm, yon might
permit jour imdprnttidjr to sit for you
Ctai eland rialtt Dealer.
Flntrer T.Ucq Iron.
A German acroht la mtkluff a cieat
BUicess In Bt rlln by his deter work. a.'he
trick with which he nevci fulls to bring
down the house nouslsts In his balancing
mtMAnKAElB TIHCC OF A 0KRMA5 ACROBAT.
Ills hoily ulott on ouo finger thrust
through tho mouth of an emptj tihaia
pnKnc tattle, truly n rrmnikablc feut,
I'Ton In Ms age ot if cor J heating per
formances. Try Grain-O!
Try Grain-O .
Ask jour Orocer io-day to show
you a piickugo of OItMN-0, the new
food drink that taltsa the place ot
Tho children may ilruik it without
Injury as well &s the adult. All ho
try it, like it. OHAIN-0 has that
rich seal brown of Mochit or Jain,
hut it is mado from purn Bruins, and
tho most dullclto stomath receives it
without dlstross, th5 price of coffee.
15 cents eud 25 cents per package.
Sold hy all grocers.
Tastoa llko OotToo
Looks llko Coffeo
Accept BO imiuau.
Faster than ever
Chicago-Union Pacific &
Nor ih -Western Line
THE OVERLAND LIMITED leaves
Chicago 0, Oi. m. daily, arrives
) day and Los A nicies early next morn-
fnif. No change of cant all meals la
Dlalnc Cars. ISaffel Smoking ami
Library Cars, u Hh barber. The test
of evcrylhlnt;. The Pacific Express
leaxes 10.30 p. m daily. Tourist
Sleepers every day and personally
conducted excursions every Thurs
day. Illustrated book free. Call on
any agent or addms Chicago &
491 ..aay, Htm r.r ilS tt St., Co.aatf
eat CAM I Sf ,Af.4'pll tC1BmHt.fHStrUttkra
SMIta.M.ate.W-.Seil.'l Hint Area: C.ha.J
SCI a yi,, . . ua JtCaltilwHartl!, Vitrei!
(Corrected Decombor 21, 1899.)
Wlicat, per bu. 9o.
Bye, per bu., 6Sc.
Outs, per bu., 29c.
Corn, nhelled, per bu., Soo.
Enr corn, per bu., 16 to 18c.
Corn, crncltcd, '15.00 per ton.
Clover (largo), por lm, $3.60 to 14.25
Clover (small), por bu, $3.60tofl.23
Clover, crimson, per bu, $8.00
Clover, white, per bu, $7.
Clover, nlslke, $5
Timothy ,,per bu, $1.00 to $1.25
Mill Feed Chop.
Corn, oats mid hurley, per cwt., 85o
Corn and oats, per cwt., 80c.
Middellngs, per cwt., No. 1, 03o.
Bran, per cwt, 75o
Spring wheat, per sack, $1.25
City brands, per sack, $1.00 to $1.10
Hyo flour, per sack, $1.00
Graham flour, por saok, 10-lb, 80o
Timothy, No. 1 baled per ton, $10.00
Timothy, No. 1 bulk por ton, $11.
Clover and timothy, No. 1 baled
per ton, fljtf to $10. ,
Clover nnd timothy, No. 1 bulk per
ton, $10.60 to $11
Clover, No. 1 baled per ton, $0.00
Clovor, No. 1 bulk por ton, $9
' Wheat, baled per ton, $5.
vv neat, nunc per ton, t
Outs, baled per ton, $4.60
Oats, hulk por ton, $4.60
Bye, nor ton,$ 0.
Bye, bundle, $11 per ton
Beef, llvo per lb, 3 to 5X
Beof . dressed per 11?, 6 to 8Xo
l'ork, llvo per lb 3W to 4o
Pork, dressed per lb 5 to 5Wo
Mutton, llvo per lb 3K to 4Ko
Jtutlon, dressed per lb Ho
I.nmb, dressed per lb 8Jo
L.unb, llvo per lb l to 60
Wul, llvo per lb 4 to 5
Veal, dressed per lb 8 to 88
Hani, cured pur lb 83 to lUJO
Shoulder, cured per lb 7c
Bacon, cured per lb 8 to Do
Beef, dried per lb 10 to Wo
Cured, beof No 1, per lb ltjifo
Cured, beef No 2, por lb !lo
Oiorn, beef No 1, per lb 8?io
Cheon, beof No 2, por lb 7Jo
Cured, calf No 1, por lb lie
Cured, cnlf No 2, por lb 10o
Oreen, calf No 1, por lb 10o
Ciieon, cnlf No 2, per lb Ofio
Sheep pelts. 76o to $1.00
Tallow por lb, 4 to 4,0
Butter, Elgin creamery, per Ik, 25o
Butter, countty, por lb, ft to 20o
Butter, cooking, per lb, 12o
X,ard, country, per lb, 0 and 0o
l,urd,clty, per lb, 6Jo
l''.ggs, strictly fresh, per doz 23c
Chickens, llvo, per lb 7 to 80
Chickens, dressed, per lb 8 to lOo
Turkeys, dresBod 10 to 12o
Ducks, lro8sod 10 to 12c
Potatoes, per bu 85 to 40o
Navy beans, per bu, $2,15
Marrowfat beans, por bit, $2.50
Mnnlo syrup, por gal, 70 to 75o
Onions, per bu, 40c
Butter, Blgln crenmory, per lb, 32o
Butter, countiy, ptr lb, 23o
Btilter, cooking, per lb, 10 to 16o
Butterlno, per lb, 18 to 20o
Oleoinargeriuu, per II), 20o
I.ard, country, per lb, lOo
Lard, city, per lb, 10c
T.urd, comjiound, per lb, 80
riegs, strictly fresh per doz, 28o
Chickens, live per lb, 10 to lie
Chickens, dressed per lb, lllo
Turkeys, drossed 15c
Ducks, dressed l.'lo -
Potatoes, per bu, fiOo
Oats, per bu, 30 to 32o
Corn, ear, per bu, 25c
Corn, shelled, por bu, 40o
Corn, cracked, per lb, lo
Hay, balled, per cwt, 76o
Straw, haled, por,cwt, 860
Onions, por bushel $1.
Celery, per bunch lOo
Vork State per lb, 18o.
Swiss, per lb, 18c.
Full cream, per lb, 16c
Salt, per bbl, Wadsworth $1.10, K".
Rook salt, per lb, lo
Oil meal, per lb. 2o
Crushed oyster shells, 660 a cwt.
Crushed bono, por lb, 2Ko
l.lnseea oti, noiiea per pal, 02
Linseed oil, raw per gal, 6O0.
Turoentlno. nor cal. 76a
White Load por owt, $0.
Nails, 8d wire common por owt,
Nails, 8d steel out common per owt
Nails, 8d cut common per owt,$8.60
llomlock bill stuff $10 per m
Norway bill BtutI $23 per m
Yellow pine siding No, 1 $27 per m
Yollow plno flooring No. 1 common
$26 per m
ioiiowptneoeiiingjMo. 1 121 perm
White pine lath No. 1, $0.00 per m
White pine lath No. 2 $5.60 per 100O
Clear red cedar shingles $3.50 rer
1000. . . .
Clear hemlock shingles $2.75 per
DON'T BUY. LUMBER
Until yon get our prices and lee
The Hankey Lumber Co.,
"Wholeiola and, retail dealers la
And manufacturers ot
Sash, Doors, Blinds, Etc.
1034 South Main St. - Akron, O.
A. B. & C. R. R Special Holiday Seniles.
Beginning Monday, Deo. 18, and
continuing until Deo. 20, oars for
Cleveland will leave Howard and
Market sts, 5:50, 6:30 a.m. and every
half hour to 7, p.m. and 8, 8 and 10:30
rt&. .5. TVa ',u,' 2