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SUBN'ArD O AH, PA., TUESDAY, AUGUST 4. IS91.
VOL. VT.-NO. 156.
THE STTKEST ROAD TO WEALTH IS THROUGH LIBERAL ADVERTISING
7) th 11' publican Electors of Penniytvmta:
Afi.'r rijiKH'taUon and correspondence with
the nrml eis of the Urpiibliean State Committer,
and bu their direc'lon, I hereby give notice th d
tUe II pubicans of Ventuytvania, by their duly
ku ii r pwntatives, wilt meet in n -'-f.Ai,
,nnl Hantsliui a. Wednesday, August 19,
HOI, atlOo'rtutk A. for thn purpose of plae
tnain nomiiaiion candl'intes for the offices of
Hi (.' Tre nur-r and Auditor General, for the
sinmniailonot cighlcncundldates for Delegates.
a'-I. ii ' to the Constitutional Oonven'ion pro
i id i d toi in the AH of Assembly approved June
19, 1891, out for the transaction of such other
buunrss as may be presented.
Xo.iee it eiprclalU directed to tltefnet that, in
or oril mtv with the p-ovMni of the last men
tvim 1 art, each Senatorial dli'i iot entitled to
a ,t,Tien'nllon of three deiigUet in said On
t'Uu'lonnl Convention, two of whom only cinbe
ia miVm of the majority partyn eaid tltsliUU
T !' "If'in of each dlitriel are therefore re-
qm-ii a to m tKc proper nominalisms jar new
wihst,sat l concenii ,, the ruleeloverninn the
ii iniiiafon of caidulates for SateSenator to,
In i is connection the Clialrman desires to call
li" n'tent on of Republican voters to th reeom
in n t'ltton of the Slate Convention of 1882, that
nlh' y allow the greatest freedom in the general
p i 'i ipitton in Vie primaries consistent ivilli
flic preservation of thr party organisation."
WW. 11 A NDlimva, Chairman.
PATTISON TAKES HOLD.
lis Cnlls for a I'urtlier lnvontlc'iUon ot
tlin Kvtnnf lVmlt.
IlAnniBono, Pa., Aug. 4. Gov. Pnttl
al bits written a letter to Secretary ot
ae Treasury Foster concerning the
State's interest In tha affairs ot tho Koy
Ho declares that the published reports
of Mayor Stuart's Investigation of John
iBardflloy's defalcation show that a largo
I portion ot the missing money belonging
, j to the Commonwealth, amounting np-
Iijiarently to $15,000,000, wont Into tho
Hcuce he i.aks that tho recolvcr ot tho
Hiatik be authorized to allow a committee
Kf five citizens to be appointed by the
jBiovcrnor to havo access to the books,
papers nnd accounts of the bank in or
Vler, if possible, to dete rmlno what bo
i enme of tho money 'jbolouglng to the
? Btate. ,
DEATH BEFORE DISGRACE.
Slnnacer Cns,ll llnUeu S 1,000
lentty nnd Commits Suicide.
Bostox,- Aug. 4. It 'is asserted here
IfRnd admitted, It is said, by ono ot tho
f Arm of Wilson, (Jassolls & Uo., that w.
E. Casells, who committed sulcido in
the Preblo House, Portland, Me., was a
forger. So far as is known the amount
ot his forgeries is between $3,000 and
Cassells was considered ono of the
l"ihtest salesmen of safes In tho coun-
lVw His connection with tho Hall hale
Id Lock Company, of which tho firm
has the Boston ngency, dates back some
twenty years. He was tho business man
ager. His partners account for the sul
cido on the ground that ho was unablo to
face the discovery of his forgeries.
COTS AND OIL CLOTHS !
are being recetvel dally ut
O. X5- FBICKE'S
LCarpel Store, 10 "South Jardin St, near Centra
Twenty -Jivo hundred bushels Choice Old White Oats
ind not mixed with nviu.
2feiu Stocli Pure Goods.
Hot mjoced or Adulterated.
A Pure Sttfur Syrujt at G
A Choice Syrup, JQlno Flavor, Brliiht Color and Good
Body at 8 cents.
Finest Table Syrup
RESULT OF AN OLD FEUD.
Terrible Shooting Affray In Which
Men Weto Killed.
New Oivleanb, Aug. 4. A special front
Lake Cbnrles Bays: Yesterday lit Look,
Moors & Co.'s stoam road nn alternation
between tho won at work took place,
In which ton men woro shot, six ot whom
were killed at once and ono mortally
woundod, the remaining throe are seri
ously Injured, but they may recover.
The difficulty took plaoo about 20
miles from hero and, as .the mentis of
commutilcHttou are very poor, wo have
not been nblo to learn full particulars,
but It Is known .to bo the result ot an
Denied by Cooper. Hewitt & On.
Nhw Yobk, Aug. 4. Mr. Cooper, of the
Arm of Cooper, Hewitt & Co., speaking
ot the report that his ilrm wero endeav
oring to launch a syndloate to purchase
their plant, said; "Wo uavo had nothing
gutting up on v syndicate, for-
j T, , T .
gentleman nuked us If we would sell
them, and v named a price which we
would be vrllliug to t ike, but uo con
tract ot any kind ha3 been eutered into.
lx-Suntor luenlln Ilan.
Wasiiinotok, Aug. 4. Ex-Senator In'
galls is in town, but will not talk poll
tics. Ho suys he has Just mnuo a con
tract to publish his book on Aincrluau
politics and talks willing about It, toll-
j lug how it Is to bo bound, how many
pages ho has written, and what it will
i cost. Mr. Ingalls starts for Europe tho
last ot this mouth on tho Netherlands
steamer Yecndam. He will land at Ams
terdam and spend tho winter' In the
Holy Laud nnd ou the .Nile.
Struok With I.o(lml Cane.
Kingston, N. Y., Aug. 4. Qotllob Coots,
a shoemaker, nged 20, Unmarried, heat
Herman, hiu, a stonecutter, aged 42, mar
riod, (ructuriug his skull and producing
injurlos from which he Is not expected to
recover. Uoetz was on a spree aninen-
elv critlclzeu QoetE's conduct, whore-
upone9tfJ.uc him on tho head with a
JWffrjMilloa.ffilft'JVug. 4: Detectives
WtHcTlifld McTf dUcoverod a crowd
of negroes playing craps in the morning
on ono ot the ChrUtiiiuiu marshes. The
negroes ran. They wero c .lied upon to
halt, aud, not doing so, McYoy fired,
wounding a nogro named Uuury Pryor
A DUtlllery in Trouble.
New IIavex, Conn., Aug. 4. Tho Old
Colony Distillery Company, which was
attacoed by the United Qrocors' Associa
tion ot Now lork for S1BU.UUU, has up
plied to United Stales Internal Kevenuo
Collector Hutchinson for permUsion to
Waters' WoIm baer is the best,
llellly solo .iijeat.
Mile' Nerve and Liver Pllla
new principle reaulatlug tin
liver, Moinaoh and bowels thia
Wiwels tht ouuh the nerves
A uewdltoovoiy. Dr. Miles' illls speeilllj
oni e billousueiw, bail (aste, torpid liver, piles,
jooktlpiuinli. uuequaiea lor men, woman,
nhlldren. tlmalliwL mlkteal.surusll Siiloses,
fficts. Samples Free, at C. 11. HanotibucliV
;1 rug more.
to be strictly
wo have Extra Quality at
WELCOME S. ST, G,
SONS OP ST. GEORGE
N ANNUAL SESSION IN TOWN.
Representatives From all Parts of
tho State In Attendance Thoy
Number Sixty-one New
The slatP ttrand lo iRf O dr H ns of ,t
G'-oritn is mw in wi'm in town and sixtv
no representative-- from all socti'ins of tin
atatoaro tho guests- ol L .dRa No. 00, of
The delegates commenced to nrrivo yet
tnrdsy Rflornonii and wnro cordially wel-
omod by tho rooeption committee up-
minted by the local lodge.
Tho dologntos- nro -tout, jlly. whule-
; uled fellows whoareevident'y well pleased
vith tho town and are making tho beet
t their spare moments to enjoy thetnelves,
Last evening thoy spent several hours
tr 'llTng to various parts oi tho town and
hii morning they wero up bilhtand early
ind rrady to transact the business intrusted
to their oaro.
Tho grnd 'odco opened at 0 o'clock this
nornlng. It will continue in feesiun to
morrow and tho day after. It hns bean
lechlod that tho convention romaiu in
(PS-don from 9 a. ru. to 12 m. and, from 2 to
o p. m, each day.
The following is a list oi the repretonlU'
ives and the numbers of the lodges :
rawaiu it. jiouse....w
George lllnke !
ii'iiu w.nmues M i
il. xnriioiteu iu
Oliver .?. 11
Vlberl O oJwIn 18
Whlteley Smith 15
rhoiuus Foylo . lo
William OtiiMland 17
I nines Kelly 18
Hubert Turner If
Wm. llepworth '.
Ktaucls i.'a ley iff
Hurry Iionham 2"
Matthew Bhaw J
Mm Hutchison 81
Kuili'ilok Jennings 81
11. II. Crtthmorc 37
folin O. Morrow 42
John (1111 11
lj.J Jnnguoi ru
n. 11. Brown .. At
Inn es Uunnipion 00
I hn II. i!aihew (11
William UeJl OS
Wired Is stem! 70
Alfred Orr 71
John Tiiomas 74
William Hearle 70
Hr-ury K. fainter 82
John, J. (Jnnn 83
Thomas iohiis, Jr 87
lames uouerts H uo
I'.C. lluhe - (M
William lifiison - 100
loa -Dll o Hliaw 101
riioniiis Butts 113
I.'hn Kemp 115
Uriah ntlllnghuiu 117
witiiura ArRiey..,..M lis
William Cupping 131
lames llnzzii l'Jt
George ICemp 127
w.J. AUinonv I7n
I'liomas Kinall . 181
1 nomas Noal 10
W. II. Woo ev aw
Ui'nry Ilulloclt Ml
Joseph Karasdcn 311
James Dell aw
a uray , 337
Joseph Pldiain .... 390
iniuea wurou ...,..., w. am
(leoice K. Thlrlwall Ml
Samuel lluUe ., 312
II. Horn - Sou
I ho buslnew 01 the morning wm ro-
atnetad to the reooptum of credentials arid
the election of offlc-flu (or tho Burning yoar.
Tha jiruilding olllcora were: l'ait Grand
I'reil -ent, .lames Lee; Grand 1'rouldent,
John Ksnworthy ; (Jrand Vlco President,
Joihua Golightly ; Grand Secretary, J.
Henry AVillitim; Qraud Treasurer, Jooeph
Lanijford; Grand Mossengpr, AVIlllatn
Poivler j Grand Inside Senilnel, AVilllatn
Mayllti Grand OuUida Sentinel, Hioburd
iced 1 O. O., pro tetn., E. U. House; G. A
(,, pro lem , IJ.inlsl 0. Uruwn ; Grand
Trusteo, Kicbard Mute,
The election of oflloers for thn ensuing
year terminated at noon, when a reoeM was
taken until 2 o'clock Tho ofilcors wero in
tailed this afternoon. Tiiey are; G. 1.
Joshua OoliKhlly, Plymouth; O. V. P.
VVilliam Pooler, dt Olalr; G. S., J. Henry
Williams, Philadelphia; G. T., ltobert
Stewart, Philadelphia; G M William,
Maylln, Scranton; O. T., Thoma llobln-
To ulght tho repretentativat will be tho
juests of the homo lodge nt a banquot In
llobbins' opera house. Elaborate arrange
menu have been made and it will bo u
Post 140, of town, will turn out ttropgon
Irand Army Day. A band of roualo will
accompany tbo Post to Mt. Oarmol.
A CURIOUS CASE.
An Outrugad Husband Beaten by
'Squiio J. .). Monasthan yesterday heard
the evi lenco in a Polish case, wherein an
outraged husband was in the position of a
victim of an Insult heaped upon injury.
Several days ng'j the husband had reason
to sutpct that the relations existing be
tween his wife and a Polish male neighbor
wore not proper and he warned (he latter to
ditoontinlie hi vi-it-i to the homestead.
Tha husband states, "I loll dose fellers tn
oomo not to my house and 1 would sue him
If ho did not keep avay from mine vlfe."
Ftom evidence. It appears that tho lieisjh-
bor dlsrfgmdod tho warning and continued
to iy attention to the wife, listerdav
tho husband decided upon a pice of
trntegy. lie left his home, telling hi
wife he would not return until night He
the n secretly re-entered the domicile and
hid himself under the bed in hit wife's
looping apartm "Ms. After wailing for
-ome lime the aniiou huband heard foot-:-teps
Indicating thn approach of two parlies
to thn be Irootn. The doer opened and the I
raftlo neighbor and wife entered.
The blood l uiirsed through the husband's
vinsliko mollen metal as he saw the
neighbor oarcs his wife and heard him call
her pet mimes. Eicb caress and each ex
presion of fondness operated upon the
lusbund as drops, .f water act upon n sheet
of red-hot iron. The unsuspecting couple
unoonsciously increased the agony of the
m ouse, who pulled bis hair, pinched him-
-,elr and Inflicted other self punishment in
his efforts to await the crisis. Finally he
lost salf-reslraint and- sprang up from his
hiding place, uj-etting the bedstead and
narnlyaing the guilty couple with astonish
ment. One would think that at this stage of the
case the hus'innd struck a dramatic attitu 1
and warned tho paramour to prepare him
self for a dual to,lho death. Hut he did
not. Ho hadn't ti.ne. As soon as tho
neighbor and wife recovered from their
surprise they pounced upon the Indignant
husband "with both feet." Thoy kicked
him, punched him, jibbad him in the ribs
with bed slats, tried to cut out his hair sup-
yly by wrapping his head up in feather
nillows, and oappod the olimax by tying
him in a knot and throwing him down tho
As soon as thu husband could disentangle
himself and gel upon his feet, ho dragged
himself to 'Squire Mon ighan's office and
the guilty couple aro now undor ball for
trial on a charge of adultery aud assault
Leo Bamberger spent to-day al Mtiuob
J. Claude Urown, of Lrst Creek, spent
this morning in town.
Assistant Postmaster Dongler went
Pottsville this morning.
C. T. Straughn and his wi'o and children
left town this morning to visit relatives in
Hon. T. J, Hlggins, wife and children
are home ai;ain, after a pleasant trip down
Postmaster Medler and W. W. Lewis, of
Vlahanoy . ity, paid a brief visit to town
James J llronnan, tho propriotor of tho
Shenandoah Steam L uindry, went to Phil
adelphia to-day on business.
James Smith, Anthony Gallagher and
Charles Gibson were among IJ10 townsmen
who spent to-day at the oounty seat.
Mr. nnd Mrs. S G. 11. H6llopetor rn
turned homo last ovening, after spending a
most delightful time up country with
1 inds and relal'ves.
Mrs. Henry Wiederhold, who hi.9 b?en
in ill heilth for several days past, has gone
to Berwick to remain tho guest of her
parents for a while with the hopo that n
change of air will bn bencfioial to her.
M. Wiedurba"d is accompanied by hor
Uttr, Mi. Lilly, wifo of Dr. James
ISlootnQeld, of Athens, Gu.
At 0 o'clock ibis morning two freight
cars al tho rear of an accommodation train
bound for Ashland jumped from the rail
of the Lehigh Valley railroad attheawiuh
between Kmerick aud Bowers stroets. Tho
eirs bounced along for about one hundred
yards, dislodging the ties uud digging deep
ruts at the side of the rails and oiuslng a
delay ot about an hour. A brake was torn
from one of the freight cars. The damage
to the road was soon repaired and tho train
proceeded on its journey.
As a train of empty coal cars wore being
run to tho Indian HWgo oolllory branch of
the P. & K. railroad this morning sevora
cars left the traok. Thoro was no wreck
age, but oonsidorable dolay was caused.
A Now Gallery.
Photographer 0. S. Iloshon, of Lebanon,
Pa., has opened a branch gallery at 29
West Centre street, formerly Hoffman1
staud, and In order to speedily introduce
his work ho will ma Ice cabinets lor fl per
dozen for just 18 days. Mr. Roihon has
galleries at Lebanon, Mt. Union, Milllin
burg, -unbury, Bloomsburg, Stroudsburg
and Morrlstown, X. J, Ho dnos first c'aes
wotk at low pri 'cs. All the work is fin
Uhod at his U 'ma gallery at Lebanojj,
where they turn out about 1,000 cablnots
ovory day. 8 4 It
GLEANINGS BY THE LOCAL
CORPS OF REPORTERS.
THE SQUIRES ARE AGAIN BUSY.
A Boy Arrested for Stoning an
Excursion Train An Interest
ing Cane in the First Ward
For some time past compl -Ints hive bee
made by excursionists on the l-hilaieli'hi
and Heading K vllrond that whin iraui
pass the Wm. Penn sU'.ion tho ears art
lormr-d by boysandthsl passengers ha
hetjn injured by stones, sticks and mud. Ii.
one instance a pa-sengcr hud one of i,ir
finger, split op'tn by n stdne. In Hnoll.or 1.
itssin ;ln.t p iit the faco of a lady pusseri-
r and frightened ber so badly that sh
Last night Goal Iron Policeman ihtr -j
stood guard at tint Wm. Penn station and
as tha excursion train beating the Hngliar
Baptist Sunday school excursionist- of town
homeward from LikfJe passed thn sta
tion he saw two boys throw stones With al'
their force at the cars
Shlrey caught hold of one of the boy
buttbe ttther o--capo 1 in the darkness. Th
risoner was arraigned be ore 'Squire
Williams. He said his natiM was Janus
Hi aton and that ho was twnlve years ol
go. lie admitted his guilt and did mil
seem to care whnt -union the justice de
ilded upon. II'i was plao d In tha lookup
lor the night -.nd was still thero to-day,
the uuthoiiii-w desiring to sen what the
pin ots of tho b 'V wished t do.
Throwing stonec at a train that is going
at ln! sjieed is very dnnirorous pastime and
he authorities are determined to stop the
Pennsylvania's Groat Crops.
Secretary Ede, of thn State Board ol
iVgrUulture, has issued a bulletin showing
the condition and proipeei of the season's
crops. Un says whoal will be the largest
crop lor many years, and may bo safely et
timated ut '22,500 00 1 bushels. It is too
ion, he says, to make any safe prediction
regarding oats, but from the data in hand,
hn thinks it will tie an average !crop. Hay
will be a fait' average rrqi. Potatoes will
prove an excellent crop should they escape
too many sun showur.-. bucretary rjdgo
estimates ll.OOO.OX) bushels. No rep Tt ot
t has been received. Tho or.ip of large
'ru'ts will be 0110 of the largo-t for a t.utn
ber of years, and thn crop of small fruits
nill prove phenomenal.
OPPOSED TO SHERMAN.
The Alliance Lender. Will Try to Fruvant
th.i Hfinntor's He-i'l.'otlon.
Wabiilvoton, Aug. 4. Vn n Interview
tilth the Hon Jerry Slmp-iou he says all
the Alliance lenders will atiimp Ohio for
the purpose or retlriug benator .iliermnn.
Ihe boys nro ofter Ills fcotp," sulci
Mr. Simpson, "and they are ax certain of
getting It as they were In the case ol In.
galls or Hampton. We are not carluix
very much nbouttuo utitieruiuorlnl con
test; lot that go as it will, with either
MoKlnley or Campbell vlotor. What wo
are after Is tbo Senatnrshlp. Shermun Is
marked for retirement, and out he goes
I doubt even whether his uiimo will go
before the legislature."
"What's tho matter with Bhormanr"
"Why. his financial nolloy ot course.
He clings to the old ideas In fluanoe and
will learn nothing now. He does not
recognize that conditions havo changed,
and that wh it was a good system halt a
century ago is not adapted to the needs
ot the present,"
"linve you any Idea who Ills suocossor
will bet" was asked.
"No; that has not been given much
thought. The keynote ot the Btruggle
will be to (Men Shurmiin. Any matt
who has been meutloued in oounootloa
with the plnoe will bo, prcfurkblo to the
A MILLION DOLLARS LOST.
One of Clilcnco's 1) lie Dry Quods Hlores
Cluttod by Flro.
Ciiicaoo, Aug. 4. Plre, Involving a
loss ot at least (1,000,000, broke out at
7:30 a. m. iu the large retail dry goods
and notions Htore of Siege, Cooper &Co.,
a seven story building ooverlug a quarter
ot n block at the oortier ot State aud
The fire originated iu tho engine room
In the bttseuieut, but tn what manuer is
When the Ore was discovered there
Wero only twenty -live jieople -In
the building, mostly floor walkers
and mnlo employes. Had the fire broken
out a halt hour Inter all tho employes of
tho store, numbering n thouaaud men,
women uud ohlldren, would have beau
on duty and a serious puuic would prob
ably h ,ve ocourrod.
The flames communicated to "The
Leader," another department store 011
the opposite side of the street and did
damage there to thu extent ot $100,000.
J. II. Walker & Co's dry goods store ad
joining was damaged $80,000, un;l the
Kmorioh furnlturo Compuuy sustained n
loss of $75,000. Various other small
losses aggregate $50,000.
Do you tiller Willi I'oDseniptioe. Oouglis or
C t'lsT You cm be Hired it you taae I an
l.iin i on. h and c ,in-uuiiti.m I'me i nod
SOcoits Titnl boltlei Iree at Klrlln's drugstore.
FLOGGED BY WHITE CAPS.
,V Wlf Heater lloilntilr Handled by In
KiMwroN, N. V., Aug. 4. -For some
time past James Bench, ot Roeendnle,
Ulster Oounty, has been reported to havo
beaten his wife anil children while under
the influence ot liquor.
His ootid uot so exasperated his neigh
bors that a dozen or more of them re
sorted to "White Cap" measures, nnd
finding Bench on the highway, intoxi
cated, Uogged him until he begged for
meray and promised reformation.
ociicn lias now Drought suits In the
Supreme Court claiming $15,000 dam
ages, and BtimmouHes have been Issued
against aeveral persons suspected of hav
ing tttKcu part In the whipping.
fitoniied by 11 Dtiputy bherlrf.
Wilkksbahhk, Ph., Aug. 4. A meeting
of the directors of the Pennsylvania, Le
high & EihU'IU Railroad was to have
been held here during the morning for
the purpose of electing a president ami six
directors ot that read. A deputy sheriff.
however, appeared just before tho miot-
lug was to assemble and served nn In
junction on behalf of J.icob Newburger,
of New York, ami the meeting was aban
doned. Mr. Newlmrgcr,- who owns a
majority of the stock ot the road, cl.itmt
that 'the meeting was nn ntteuipt 'to
secure fraudulent action, and that ho
would not be able to vote his stook, as it
was tied tip In the New York courts, the
ouae now pending 011 appeal. Defendants
claim thut the stock held by Newburger
is illegal, having been secured by fraud.
w Ihiglund Klekei-H (lulng Abioud.
FaiaBivek, Mass., Aug. 4 On Thurs
day tour footb.tll players from this c i t ,
four lroui Pawiuokec and six tram Can
ada will sail tor Great Britain nnd Iro-
land, to be gone about live mouths.
Ihey will participate In exhibition
games to be played In all the principu
cities ot the Kiugdo 11, and .iIk.i 111 a bc-
rlea of International games to determine)
the relutlve merit of K igllshiiion nuu
Americans ns tootb illims.
Hi'CHinu Suddenly Ititl.tue.
New Havkx, Conn., Aug. A diaries
AW Lookwood'of this city, a messenger
betneeu New H v-.'ii aud New York,
wondered away oil Saturday and was
found nu thu Derby road in a demented
condition. Ou removal to his homo ho
becaina a raviug munlac and will proba
bly be sent to the asylum.
Tho Molo Si. KleholuH.' -WAgtUJjQTO.v,
Aug. 4. AdvlSes
Port-au-Prince say thut Preside,
lyto claims that no pren
ever nmde to oedo Mole St. NicR
the United States, its the Constitution of
Ilnytl most positively forbids tun cession
of territory to any foreign country.
.luck MuAullfrt In Irulnins.
Nkw Yobk, Aug. 4. Jaok McAullfTa
is now iu training at Mrs. O'Brien's road
house, Coney Island, and is getting down
into form for his coming go wii.li Gib
bonn. McAulllIo weighs 143 poituds to
day and must lose teu pounds before
Anothor Hulling Mill lti'tnunei Work.
Reading, Pa., Aug. 4. The large roll
ing mills at Seyferts Station, this county,
owned by S. R. Seyfert & Brother, roi
stinted work to day after an idleness of
four months. 'I he mill employs 2UQ
hands and they are non-union men.
Nominated by I'l'ohlbltlonlsts.
Nbwahk, N. J., Aug'. 4. The I'roblbi
tionlsts lust nig it nominated Theodora
C. Beardsley ot the eigthth ward for
Will Content Her l'Lilh'' Will.
New Yoiik, Aug. 4. -The will of Law
yer Richard S. Nowcoinbe, will not
be admlttod to probate just yot. His
daughter, Idn Fiorlno New combe, who '
eloped with Theatrical Manager George
V. Lederer, lias decided to contest the
legality ot tho document.
IMItor George Jones ttrlniisly III.
Lewibtox, Mo., Aug. 4. Mr. George
Jones, editor of the New York Times, la
ill at Poland Sprlugs. His physician said
that he hud had a severe attack: of dysen- 1
tory, but to-day he Is muoh better than!
ho has baeu for two weeks.
Husb-ud and Wife Mill-deled. i
Abkanbaii City, Kan., Aug. 4. Great
excitement was dutmed here by the dis
covery ot tho murdered bodies of Jackson
Donnelly, a wealthy farmsr living fivo
miles east ot this city, und his wife. The
nupposed motive was robbery.
All Hands Come !
And get a knifo for notliii ,
flie only conditions aro that
you buy twonty ton-cent plugs
of "Filly" "tobacco. As good
a plug as you ever put n tooth
to. Tho knifo is a beautiful
'1 blade, inlaid celluloid han
dle, good mntorial and good
workmanship. Can bo soon at
No-122 North Jardin Street.
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