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THE PEKRYSBURG JOURNAL, FRIDAY, AUGUST 3, .1906.
n. L. BLUE, Cdltor and Publisher.
PERRYSBURG, J : OHIO.
A Kansas man killed himself drink
ing circus lemonade. Ho was a bard
drinker of soft drinks.
Ccntrnl American diplomacy may
bo a joke, but tbo list of killed and
wounded shows that war In that re
gion is serious.
A Cloveland man wtlh fivo sots of
twins nnd four odd ones In bis fam
ily, believes President Roosovolt
should award him a medal. A "twin
medal," not a "tin one," Is evldontly
what ho wants.
San Franciscans Insist that within
three years their city will bo greater
than over. Under such circumstances
optimism is an asset second in valuo
Army nnd navy maneuvers In the
United States are pronounced to bo n
bluff by other countries, but not by
thoso who havo felt the forco of Undo
A consul writes that Colombia pub
lishes no statistics. Colombia is wlsq
in this respect, if it loses many oppor
tunities like tho one In which it tried
to work Uncle Sam for n hugely big
Tho gardens of tho Palace La Gran
ja, where Alfonso and Victoria spend
their honeymoon, is celebrated for Its
fountains. Ono of them, tho Banos
delDlaue, spouts to tho height of 130
feet. "When tho fountain was com
pleted, Philip V.," tho builder ot tho
"Well, It has cost mo $3,000,000, but
for threo minutes 1 havo boon
Ono of tho strongest indorsements
of tho Osages as n law-abiding pcoplo
was given by J. F. Palmer in hla
speech at Hominy recently, says tho
Osago (Okla.) Journal, when he said
that out of the 2,000 on tho roll
there was at tho present time only
ono member in prison, and there had
been in tho past period of ten years
at a time when not an Osage was be
hind prison bars. Out of a population
of 2,000 this is a remarkable showing,
and speaks well for the Osago as a
future citizen of tho new common
wealth. This latest news from the Crow res
ervation is discouraging. We do not
like to hear that tho genuine cow
boy is dying out and that solemn,
useful, commonplace persons from
the middle west are taking up now
'lands, thus transforming a scene of
gayety into ono of plain, everyday,
humdrum Industry and thrift. Of
course, wo want to seo tho country
prosper and hear it hum with prog
ress. But we should like to preservo
at least a little of the picturesque, tho
Impulsive and the primeval. The buf
falo has been exterminated. There
is hardly a bear left that won't eat
out of your hand. Are we to put
Cinnamon Peto to driving street cars
and hire gun fighters to feed pigs?
In September the birthday of Pike's
Peak will be observed by the state
of Colorado. When Lieut. Pike was
captured by Spanish soldiers in Feb
ruary, 1807, he was relieved of sev
eral maps and manuscripts which
wero never recovered. They are sup
posed to havo been sent by tho gov
ernor of Santa Fe to the viceroy of
the City of Mexico, and by him for
warded to Madrid. As the Spanish
are careful about tho preservation of
historical documents and records.it is
believed that Pike's papers are still
in existence. At tho suggestion of Rep
resentative Brooks, of Colorado, Sec
rotary Hoot has requested the Span
ish government to institute a search
for them. If found they will probably
Texas Woman says that It is a mis
take to suppose m would bo more
domestic if their wives should feed
thorn better. She says a highly-fed
man becomes so frisky that it is im
possible to control him, and that tho
only way to hold him to a condition
of humility and subjection is to servo
him plain food and make him brlug
In tho wood.
Matto Grosso, the Brazilian stato
whero a "terrible" revolt has been re
ported, by way of Lisbon, has half a
million square miles of territory, and
less than 100,000 Inhabitants. Auy
wild-eyed insurrection might ram
page around' in that wilderness with
out doing much damage.
A Now York specialist says bridge
whist 1b responsible for much of the
nervous prostration among women.
It is moro responsible for the nervous
disoiders of tho husbands of tho
No complaint is made abroad of mi
crobes on Amoricnn rliles. Tho Brit
ish soldiers in India will hunt with
no other kind.
A military band in tho Philippines
which know only two tunes, "Always
in tho Way" and "A Hot Time," ha3
stirred up plenty of trouble by play
ing tho former at a soldier's funeral.
Tho cholco seems difficult, but tho
proforonco of tho boys thomsolvoa
ought to bo respected.
Another first placo has been takon
by this country. In eight years tho
United States in tho manufacture and
consumption of cocoa and cbocolato
lias moved up from fifth placo to tho
top. Tho incroaso since 1870 hag
boon 2,000 per cent.
The tramp escaping out of the cast
on the north by the wheat -fields, on the west by railroad construction and
on the south by the Panama canal works.
WIFE OF MILLIONAIRE STEEL
KING GIVEN DIVORCE DECREE
MRS. WM. E. COREY SECURES
SEPARATION FROM HUSBAND .
, IN NEVADA NO CONTEST .
Reno, New Mrs. William Ellis
Corey, wife of the president of the
United States Steel corporation,
obtained a decree of divorce and cus
tody of her lC-ycar-old son, Allan
Corey, in the Second district court of
Novada Monday afternoon. The Jury
wns out but a few minutes, only one
ballot being taken.
Mr. Corey mado no attempt to con
test tho case and after Mrs. Corey's
testimony was heard the case went to
tho jury without argument.
Mrs. Corey was in tears when told
that she bad been given a decree and
tho custody of her 16-year-old son, Al
lan Corey. She drove at once to her
home on Riverside avenue, where she
says she will continue to reside. No
evidence was submitted by the de
fense and there was no argument.
Tho question of alimony was not in
troduced. Mrs. Corey mado an inter
esting admission, however, touching
upon this phase of the caso, stating
that In May, 1906, several weeks be
fore her petition for divorce was filed,
she negotiated through her attorneys'
a financial settlement with her hus
band. She was not asked what the
nature of this settlement was. '
Plaintiff Claims Desertion.
"I am a resident of Reno, Nevada,"
said Mrs. Corey, when placed on the
stand, "and tho wife of William Ellis
Corey, the defendant in this action.
Wo were married on December 1,
1883, at Pittsburg, Pa., and lived to
gether until May 1, 1305. At that time
my husband deserted me and went to
New York. I followed him and held a
conversation with him In the Hotel
Lorraine. It was there that he told
me that he had decided to live apart
He said that it was Impossible for us
to llvo happily together and that I
would never see him again.
"Ho stated that ho intended going
PREPARING TO PUBLISH RATES
Interstate Board Offers to Cooperate
Washington. Chairman Martin A.
Knapp, of tho interstate commerce
commission, on behalf of the commis
sion, has directed a letter to all rail
road companies and corporations of
the United States calling their spe
cial attention to section six of the re
cently enacted railroad freight rate
law. Tho section provides that every
common carrier, subject to the pro
visions of tho act, shall file with tho
commission and keep open to tho
public for Inspection, schedules
"showing all the rates, fares and
charges for transportation between
different points on Its own route and
between points on Its own routo and
points on tho routo of any othor car
rier by railroad, pipo lino, or by water
when a through routo and joint rate
havo been established."
Tho commission will cordially co
operate with representatives of tho
carriers, and will freely discuss with
them all portlnent questions. Moth
ods proposed by carrlors should em
braco those designed to offectuate im
mediate substantial compliance with
tho amended law as well as those in
tended to bo permanently applicable.
Rains Hamper Sanitation Work.
Colon, Tho month of July wit
nessed a scries of heavy rains on tho
Isthmus which havo hamperod the
work of sanitation In Colon. Prepara
tions aro being mado to pavo tho prin
cipal streets of Colon with brick.
Smuggle Arms to Finland.
Berlin. A dispatch sent out from
Luoback says tho Danish police have
discovered that 707 cases of arms and
ammunition wero shipped from thoro
to Finland during tho month of July
upon false clearing papers.
KlHlteAPil.1 iTOUtHM. '
finds the United States bounded
io Europe for several months. There
was no scene. I talked with him
about tho matter and urged him tc
again resume his place in our home,
but he refused'. I have never seen
Miss Addle Corey, sister of the
respondent, was an interesting wit
ness. Sho corroborated Mrs. Corey's
statement that Corey had deserted hie
wife and told how she and her aged
mother had made several ineffectual
attempts to effect a reconciliation.
Her brother, she said, had lost
sight of his home, being absorbed in
business and Infatuated with the fast
life ot New York.
Sister Scores Brother.
"Do you consider Mr. Corey a prop
er custodian for his son?" sho was
"I do not for the reason that he Is
not a proper person for his son to as
sociate with. He has no homo and his
associates are not fit companions for
a young man of Allan's age. I do nol
think any New York man Is fit to
have charge of a boy of his age."
"Do you mean all New York men,
Miss Corey?" continued the attorney.
"I mean wealthy New York men."
Allan Corey stated that at tho time
of the parting his father called him to
his office and told him that he had de
cided to part from his mother. "He
said I was too young to understand
tho reasons. He then said that my
mother was a good woman and that
my place was at her side."
Several witnesses were introduced
to establish the residence in Novada
of the plaintiff, all being citizens ' of
At the conclusion of the trial At
torney Sardls Summerfield, of Reno,
stated that his client, William E.
Corey, was as anxious for tho decree
of divorce as his wife. "If the de
cree is granted," he said, "Mr. Corey
will be entirely satisfied. He has con
sented to tho divorce. This under
standing between Mr. Corey and the
attorneys of Mrs. Corey was reached
some time agj."
BAD TRAIN WRECK IN NEW YORK
Landslide Causes Locomotive to Turn
Turtle and Roll Into River.
Fishkill Landing, N. Y. Pacific
express train No. 37 of tho Now
York Central, which left New
York at 0:32 o'clock Sunday night,
was wrecked shortly before mliintpht
a short distance above Chelsea, and 11
miles Deiow 1'oughkeepslo by running
into a landslide which had beon wnnt
down from a high embankment by a
lorrinc rainstorm In tho afternoon.
Tho engine of tho flyer was thrown
from tho rails and plunged into the
river. Fireman Mills was killed out
right and Engineer Edward Wells was
so badly injured that he will dio.
Tho locomotive turned turtlo and
rolled Into tho river.
Fifteen passengers were seriously
Injured and a score of others received
Visible Supply of Grain.
New York. Tho visible supply of
grain as compiled by tho produco ox
changes Saturday, July 28, was as fol
lows: Wheat 28,381,000 bushels, In
creased 2,460,000; corn, 5,215,000,
decreased 052,000; oats, 6,043,000, do
creased 308,000; rye, 1,304,000, do
creased, 27,000; barley, 1,098,000, in
creased 39,000. "
Vessel la Floated.
Wilmington, N. ,C Tho Clydo linei
Now York, bound from Wilmington to
Now York, which whllo proceeding
down the Capo Fear rlvor Saturday,
ran ashoro nine miles below Wilming
ton, was floated Monday.
Peace Cruiser Coming Hero.
Washington. Tho cruiser Marblo
head upon Which peace was negotiated
botween Salvador and Guatemala, ur
rived at Corlnto; 'Nicaragua, Mondny
After taking coal sho prcoeodod tc
Revolt of Soldiers 0c
curs in Finland.
SEIZED A FORTRESS
fight Lasts All Day 600 Are Re
ported Killed Mutineers Still
in Possession of Fort.
Helslngfors, Finland. Tho most
serious mutiny within tho Rus
sian empire occurred Tuesday at
Svoaborg fortress, tho strong fortress
which guards Helslngfors harbor.
, Fighting of tho fiorcost naturo con
tinued between tho mutineers, assist
ed by tho artillery, and tho loyal in
fantry. Up to noon tho casualties.
numbered over 600.
The ships took part In tho fighting
and bombarded the fortress. Tho re
ports of tho cannon could bo heard
for miles. Inhabitants ot tho city and
the surrounding country fled.
The cause of tho mutiny is reported
to havo been tho death of a soldier in
tho battalions of sappers and miners.
His comrades claimed that tho death
was due to ill-treatment. They rose,
and wero joined by tho artillerymen.
Together they outnumbered tho local
infantry troops, who wero supported
by their officers.
Tho infantry from tho Skatuddcn
barracks, which stands on the sea
front in Helslngfors, wero immediate
ly ordered out. Nino torpedo vessels
lying at anchorage off tho city there
upon opened with their rapid-firing
guns against tho barracks, shooting
over the heads of tho people gathered
upon the sea front and causing a tre
A general strike was declared in
Helslngfors by tho socialist workmen
Tuesday. All factories havo been
At last accounts Sveaborg is en
tirely in the hands of the mutineers,
who now have in their possession
every kind of armament. Horrible
scenes occurred during Tuesday night
when the fierce fighting was con
tinued. Contrlb ited His Dollar.
New York. President Roosevelt
has contributed ono dollar to
the national republican congres
sional committee's campaign fund.
The contribution was sent in response
to a general appeal for one dollar
contributions. Tho president's letter
to Chairman Sherman, ot the congres
sional committee, says: "I have your
letter of the 24th instant and enclos
ures. . I send my dollar. I think it an
admirable plan, and I congratulate
you upon the success that bids fair to
attend the movement."
Will Reduce Passenger Rates.
Philadelphia, Pa. Important
changes in passenger rates were an
nounced Tuesday by tho Pennsylvania
Railroad Co. Tht company has de
cided to reduce tho maximum one
way fares from 3" and 3 cents to 2
cents a mile on trnfllc east of Pitts
burg and Erie. Tho company will
also, on September 1, placo on sale
1,000-mile tickets, valid only on its
lines east of Pittsburg and Erie, at
tho flat price of $20. These mileage
tickets will be transferrable.
Four Men Killed.
Newark, N. J. Four men were
killed and a fifth man is missing
as a result of an explosion of gun cot
ton In the works of tho Cooper Chemi
cal Co., on the outskirts of tho city,
Tuesday. The known dead are: Al
bert Stark, Charles Zoeltzel, Max
Merlinger and Antonio Buchwald.
The missing man's name id not
known. It is believed that ho was
blown to pieces. The building was
Ohio Men Drowned.
Michigan City, Ind. Clarence
Hicks and Wesley Martin, both
of Dayton, O., wero drowned in Lake
Michigan, here, Tuesday. Thoy board
ed a raft and when the raft started to
drift out in tho lake attempted to
swim ashore. Thoy wero seized with
cramps and sank within a few feet of
Died at Age of 90.
Hartford, Conn. Dwight Slate,
ono of tho most prominent me
chanical exports In tho country, died
horo Tuesday, aged 90 years. Ho had
beon Identified with somo of tho big
gest manufacturing concerns in Amer
ica and was the inventor of many
drills and tools.
Mayfleld, Ky. Allen Mathlas,
tho negro arrested on the
charge of assaulting Miss Ethel Mc
Lnno, in this city, was found guilty
by a Jury Tuesday night. Ho was
legally hanged 55 minutes after tho
Jury that tried him was sworn in.
Killed by Lightning Bolt.
Springfield, O. Luther Lorton,
a farmer engaged in threshing
oats, was struck by lightning nnd in
stantly killed Tuesday during tho pro
gress of a terrific rain and electrical
storm. Clydo XandorS, who was
standing near Lorton, was knocked
sonseles by the bolt, but will recover.
Nominated for Governor.
Detroit, Mich. Tho republicans
in convention on Tuesday noml
untted Frod M. Warner, of Farming
ton, for governor. Tho platform en
dorsed President Roosevelt,
SECRET OF THE PYRAMIDS.
Brooklyn Engineer Has Slmplo But
' ' Convincing Thoory an to Their
A Brooklyn engineer of noto, who
spont several years In Egyptian ex
ploration, Is of opinion that tho mys.
tory of tho Pyramids has been solved,
says the Now York Proas. Tho most
extraordinary pictures showing 200,
000 mon hauling on a rope to ralso a
200,000-pound ntono into Its propor
nicho near tho plnnaclo of old Choops
is familiar to all of us. Theories as
to tho modo of construction are legion.
But all tho onglneorlng logic and ox
porlonco of to-day and for tho la3t
100 years havo failed to casj; moro
than a shadow over tho mystery.
Plazzl Smith thought ho know all
about it, but nothing of a practical
naturo has como of his researches.
It Is singular that our wlso mon
did not think of examining with crit
ical oyo tho tools found in tho cata
combs. Tho old saw a workman Is
known by his chips is no bettor than
a workman is known by his tools.
Our Brooklynlto says that tho tools
aro not thoso of rock nlasons, nor
moro plasterers' Implements for filling
tho cracks between stones, but aro
plainly tho crude Egyptian plant ot
operatives engaged in mixing nnd lay
ing cement. What a splendid patch
of sand thoy had as a foundation for
Cemont is tho coming building ma
terlal. Railroads aro renewing their
steel, irpn and stone piers, abutments,
culverts, etc., with It, and It Is ex
pected to la3t'forover. No groat skill
Is required In manipulating It. Ther
are no chiseling, hammering, dowel
lng, no heavy lifting with derricks, na
misfits. Tho Industry has already
grown to enormous proportions. Drop
a sack of dry cement to tho bottom
of a river, and in a few minutes you
havo a solid stono that will never
wear away. Drop 1,000 sacks on top
of It and round it nnd presently you
will havo a foundation that will sus
tain for all time a 1,000,000-ton bridge.
An old negro, who has accumulated
enough property to buy a small home,
entered tho office of tho list takers to
return his possessions for taxation, as
all good citizens do.
"With what cognomen did your pa
ternal ancestor burden you?" asked
List-taker Charlie Ritch, in a non
"Huh?" asked the taxpayer, and
"What's your name?" wns asked.
"What's your longevity?" was tho
next question asked, and "Huh?" was
again the response. Tho old darkey
was doubtful whether or not ho was
possessed of any longevity.
"Whero do you hesitate, and what
earthly possessions havo you accumu
lated during your sojourn on thi3 ter
restrial globe?" inquired tho list-taker,
but ho again had to explain to tho be
wildered negro, who then nervously
made his mark and hastily mado his
departure. Charlotte Observer.
Gods and Ken.
The gods were at some pains to
construct a wonderful cataract.
"It is well worth our while," quoth
they, "because It will work strongly
upon the Imaginations of men and in
that way move mind and at last ac
complish truly groat things."
But men could not seo it.
"What a pity that such power should
bo going to waste," fiioy exclaimed,
and harnessed the cataract and made
a drudge of It, to turn their mills.
A Natural Conclusion.
Mistress (severely) How did it
happen that I saw a policeman with
you In tho kitchen last night?
Maid rl suppose, madame, you must
havo looked through tho keyholo.
Translated for Talcs from Strekoza.
"Do you realize that you are a worm
of tho dust?" queried the solemn
"Not alloge'ther," replied tho flip
pant passenger, "I'm too shy on the
New York, Aug. 1, 1900.
Flour Steady, but quiet.
Wheat No. 2 red 80c.
Corn No. 2 yellow 60c.
Oats Clipped white 43&45c.
Cattle Market steady. Veals $4.50
Sheep Good sheep $3.0005.00,
Hogs Stato $7.2007.25.
Cloveland, Aug. 1. Flour Minne
sota spring patent $4.5504.75.
Wheat No. 2 red, now, 73&C
Corn No. 3 yellow Blc.
Oats No. 2 white 41 Vic.
Hay No. 1 timothy, new, $13.00.
Butter Best creamery 23c.
Cheese York stato 12'c.
Eggs Strictly fresh 19c.
Potatoes Best grades 65085c,
Cattlo Choice steers $5.2506.50,
Corn Cash 53c.
Oats Cash 32c.
Clovorsecd Cash $7.02 &
East Buffalo, Aug. 1. Cattlo Ex
port steers $5.1505.85. Veals $0,750
Sheep Wethers $5.5005,75, host
Hogs Yorkers $7.0007.10.
Pittsburg, Aug. 1. Cattlo Choice
stoors $5.7500.00, fair $4.6004.75.
Sheep Prime wethors $6.6005.00,
Hogs Yorkero $7.2507.30.
HIS ONE WEAK SPOT.
Promlnont Minnesota Morchant Cured
to Stay Cured by Donn'a Sid
O. C. Hay don, of O.'c. Hnydon &
Co., dry goods merchants, of Albert.
Loa, Minn., says: "I was so lamothat.
I could hardly walls,
Thoro was an unao
of tho back, nncL.
constant pain audi
aching. I could find!
no rost nnd was
at night. As my
hoalth was good in. J
every othor way, n
could not understand!.
this trouble. It was Just as if all tho
strength had gono from my back
After suffering for somo timo I began
using Doan's Kldnoy Pills. Tho rem
edy acted nt onco upon tho kldnoyB,.
and when normal action waB restored,,
tho troublo-wlth my back disappeared
I havo not had any return of it."
For salo by all dealers. 50 cents a.
box. Fostor-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y..
English Language In Antwerp.
Nearly ono-hnlf of tho shipping traf
fic to and from Antwerp is carried oni
under tho British nnd American flags,,
and this has mado Antworp almost am
English-speaking port. Freo night
schools for cxclusivo classes In Eng
lish, organized by tho city aulhorl f
ties, aro attended by thousands of
pupils, whllo special attention Is paid.)
to tho study of English in all tho:
grades of tho day schools, public a
well as privf.to. This desire to pop
ularlzo tho English language Is no);
confined to Belgium, but has extended'
to Germany no, well, whore cchools oji
instruction have already been estate
llshod at Munich and Nuremberg b$
tho German government.
Nothing Succeeds Like "EGG-O-SEE.'"
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things they know are good. They pass
the good word along.
Tho best breakfast food Is EGG-O
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Merit and common senso are that
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Tho fact that no preparation, no
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A lot of interesting facts aboug
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Throws Rays Half a Mile.
Light rays half a mllo long ana1
84 times as powerful ns tho sort com--monly
in uso aro tho new oxy-potrola
limo lights that have been invented?
for tho motorists. Tho lamp consists i
of an oxy-petrol blowpipe flame play
ing on a pieco of specially refractory
material. A reservoir of material i3
to bo carried on tho car, and also a.
cylinder of compressed oxygen. Pre
sumably a Btream of oxygen under
pressure is saturated with petrol va
por and burnt in tho blowpipe and'
a small, extremely hot flame Is pro-y
duced, this being caused to impinge
on something more refractory than
The Erlo Railroad has just placed
orders for 1,600 new freight cars..
From tho Standard Steel Car Com
pany, to bo built at tho Butler, Pa.,,
shops, havo been ordered 500 drop end t
Bteel-undorframo gondola cars of 100,
000 pound capacity, weighing 42,600.')
pounds each, and 45 feet In length..
Theso aro for delivery in January,,
1907. For delivery In Decomebr next,,
tho Erlo has also ordered 500 flat cars,,
to bo built by tho samo company..
Theso will bo 40 feet in length, witlu
steel underframes and a capacity of'
At the American Car & Fpundry-j
Company's works at Chicago there,
are building 500 produco cars for de
livery in Novorabor and Decomber
noxt Theso aro also steel under
frame cars, 36 feet in length, and of
80,000 pounds capacity. At tho same?
company's Detroit works aro building;
for tho Erlo 100 Hart convertible cars.-,
for delivery noxt January. Theso are-
to bo of 100,000 pounds capqclty, andi.
will wolgh 43,000 pounds each. Thoy
will bo 41 feet 6 Inches in length, with.,
wood bodies and steel underframes..
Flvo new electric cars for the
Rochester division havo boon ordered
from tho St. Louis Car company for'
tho lino to Mt. Morris 'now being elec
trically equipped. Four of thoso are-
passenger cars and tho fifth a com
bination passenger and baggage car..
Each will bo equipped with four 75
horsepower WestlnBhouBo motors.
It Isn't until a man swears off that;
ho finds out how many fellows waniz
to treat him.