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KING OSCAR CHOSEN.
The Final Arbitrator of the Venezuelan "Dispute. inmis ai:k to isk sllkimki) lj the Chief .liire ! I'nttert MaM ami irer Itriiain lei if thn Trral; Arnuml se-r-larr Olnev and All. !" rorlll-. Washington. Nov. II. The kinp or Swolfii and Nurway. tlsur II. has bet-ii rhtiwii ty trvaty l-tvt'it rhr Unittti States and (inutt Hilt am lis t" fifth or final arLil rattir of f h Voiit-.url:ni boundary question. Th otlu-r arlntra tors, four in iiuihImt. art? to In- tlesin ti-.it.wl tun liv t lit? lord i-hiof lust He of England and two by the rluef justice of tho United States. This is the final and HttiM important feature of the treaty fur tint itoiiiplitti? adjustment of the long rmii n Vene zuela controversy, wliirli was com-liiiletl in Washington, at the Hritlsh emluissy. Sir Julian rauiicefote representing her Britatiuic majesty and Secretary Olney the Uuitod Static. It was deemed Ix-st to make this choire rather than to leave it to I In' selection. of the other four arbitrators Tho Lifter are assured of being men f eminent judicial attainment, as their choice is left entirely to the judiriary of the rcsjective countries The other essential features of the treaty is that 5 years actual jiosst'ssitiii is to constitute title. With this limita tion as to the settled districts the entire weep of Venezuelan Imundary is pliu-rtl in the hands of the court of arbitration The treaty i-oveis only Venezuela, and the question of general arbitration le tween the United States ami (Ireat 13 ritaiti is left to future negotiations As a king seldom le:ives his country, except on fate visits, to other wv ereigns. it is not ciectel that Kin-J Oscar II. will go onlhide of Sweden for the meeting of the arbitrators and the court is likely to sit at Stockholm, the KINO OSCAB. capital of Sweden, where King Oscar's palace and the hails of the Swedish reksdxs are located. The choice of King Oscar appears to have been a most- fortunate one. as he is nniversally regarded as a man of great attainments, of judicial temperament and of eminent fairness. Among the monarchs of Europe he is probably tho most popular, as he coos freely among the people and is thoroughly democratic in his ways. England's agreement to sett le the Veil ezuelan dispute by arbitration is a dis tiuct victory for Venezuela, backed ot by the United States. Venezuela has asked arbitration for 40 years. Great Britain's reply always lias been. uniform namely, that while Arbitration was desired, yet the settled districts, which were regarded as "sov creign British soil." were not open to arbitration. According to the treaty r-ntntiot the entire Venezuela Cuiau bound. try will be thrown open to ,nii..i. it remaining for Great Britain to "show that certain portions have been occupied by her subjects so long, peacefully, uninterruptedly and publicly as to make a conclusive tern tori a I presumption. The country which, it is understood, this will open to arbitration embraces all of the vast tract west of theEsiqnibo river including the Orinoco river on both banks and at the mouth and the stretch of land on either side ; aiso, the Barima country, in which are located the gold fields, the most valuable re sources of the country. East, of the Ksiquibo river lies the British colony of Demerara. with its capital. George town, and lesser settlements radiating westward. This portion east of tin' Esiquibo is. from the Venezuelan stand point, about the only territory in which the doctrine of prescription, or long con tinned possession, applies. There art: scattered English settlements in the in ten or. and to them, it is said, it will be a question of fact before the arbitrators to determine whether the British ocou pancy has been open and notorious for a term of 50 years. Among the diplomats it is felt that the efforts of the Venezuelan commis sion have not been in vain. It is re garded as the moral force which has helped toward the present result Moreover, the commission has accumu lated a mass of evidence bearing di rectly on the facts of the British occu pancy, which is now the test of settle ment. The fullness of this information gained by the commission leads to some general comment as to the probable choice of Justice Brewer or others of the commission as arbitrators, but thU is purely speculative. Mr. Frederick It. Cbudert, a member of the commission, said that it would be much better for the boundary to be determined by arbitration than by a de cision of the commission. The report of the commission however it should be made, would be of much value in de termining the matter in dispute. The commission has issued the fol lowing : The statements of Lord Salisbury as reported in the newspapers makes it probable that the boundary dispute now pending between Great Britain and Venezuela will be settled by arbitration at an early day. Under these circum stances the commission, while, continu ing its deliberations in the preparation and orderly arrangement of many valu able maM, reports aud documents which have been procured and used in the course of its labors, does not propose to formulate any decision for the present on the matters subject to its examina tion. It will continue its session from time to time, but with the hope and ex lactation that a friendly aud just settle ment of the differences tetweeii the nations interested will make any final decision on its art unnecessary." All arrangements have been com pleted, and all details of tho arbitration treaty between the United States and Great Britain arranged. The final terms of the treaty of arbitration were utrauged in this city Monday night. Tho terms were cabled to Loudon and have been accepted. The treat v covers Venezuela only and does not include a geueral treaty of arbitration of all fu ture disputes between the two great English speaking nations. This treaty is to be arranged later by future nego tiations. The Venezuelan arbitration commission will consist of five arbitra tors. , two to be named by the United States, two by Great Britain, these four to seltx-t the fifth arbitrator. Venezuela will not lie directly represented on the commission. The term of oornpany necessary to exempt British settlements in the dis pute! territory from arbitration is fixed t U) ears, luxtordiug to additional our- respomlem on f" e subject which has just lieeii disc ov-reil. In ither words the Hritisb government has agreed to unrestrieti d arbitration of all the ter ritory in ilistmfe. wilh the wriod for the acquisition of title by prescription fixed by agreement of I In: paities in atl vance at -V) years. lainl Salisbury's acceptanre of this common law doctrine of prescription as applicable to an international dispute, it IS said to 1m: in line-with the views laid itowii by international writers, who have differed only as to the length of occupancy essential to establish title. Most slates have a.luptcd from 10 to 20 years. The original IMigllsn riue was iiiui the oi cupaney should lie so long that the meinoiy of man runneth not to the contrary.'" The international writ ers have fixed 20. :!. and in Mime cases as high as 100 years as the period neces sarv to establish title. No international writer has placed the iieriotl lielow "JO years, so that if Amlwi.-. anlor liayartl is right in his leliei that 20 years will eiiislitule the test of Hritish right, it indicates an inilisiaisltion to yield the fullest extent. IjOSPOn. Nov. II. The Dinted States ambassador. Mr. Thomas 1-. Hayard. in an interview with your reiireseiitative, expressed warm appreciation of the cor diality of his reception at ine mm m.ij -or's banqin t. and liieiileiitally expressed the opinion that the V mted States law tf "JO years" possession will prevail in the "ease of the settlers in Venezuelan disputed district PINGRcE AT CANTON. MaJ.i MrKinlev'a tire:it leot ! to Hi Sick Wife. Canton. O..Nov. 1 1. Governor-elect Pingreo of Michigan, accompanied by Colonel John Atkinson of Detroit, an elector and representative-elect, has spent two hours with President-elect McKinley. Mr. filigree said the tariff question was the issue upon which the Republicans curried Michigan. When asked if Michigan had any candidate for cabinet osit ions Colonel Atkinson winked one eye at the rejiortcr and the other at Mr filigree when he replied that Michigan had a great many JH-Ople in her borders It is now expected that Major McKin ley will leave with his wife for Cleve land on Friday, if her health permits She has not gained lu streugth as rap idly as was lnied. Her devoted and ever watchful hus band makes IOO trips a day across the hall to see to her comfort and welfare. No matter who the callers Ik:, nothing is allowed to prevent his frequent pres ence at the side of Mrs. McKinley. He also finds time to call on his mother, nearly a mile away, every day, and the charming old lady. fc7 years old, makes frequent trips in her one-horse surrey to the historic house of her son. Major McKinley is in robust health He went to the train and chatted with the Chicago reporters on their way home, who had been dined by Chair man Manna in New York. WILL BEAT CARLISLE. If NCMarT Kentucky Silver l)finnwrli Will S.tiMrt- ik IC-titlicafcii. Locisvili.k, Nov. II. An interview with Mr. St.. John Boyle, the Repub lican United States senatorial nominee, makes it practically certain that a new caucus will be held prior to the extra session of the state assembly. It, bus lieeii believed that Mr. St. John Boyle holds the action of the last caucus to 1m: final and disputes tho right to take new action. He said : "So far as the nominee of the party for United States senator is concerned. I have never expressed the oiiiioii that the party hud not a right to call a new caucus. The members can do anything they please, and, as matters now stand. I am the nominee " Judge V. H. Holt of Frankfort will be one of the most formidable aspirants for the honor. Governor Bradley would like to te eli-ctcd. but several K pnlih can memliers. including Representative Lyons of Campbell county, -'are strongly opjioscd to him. and some have said they would not vote for him under any circumstances. Now that Dr. G-nlfrey Hunter is de feated for congress, he may again In come a candidate. In an interview, he declined to say that he will not. Nearly ull the I viuisville members are for him (Congressman Walter Evans of this city may also lie a formidable candidate He has no enemies among the tncmlers and is in a district that would Is: sure to -le a Republican successor to con gress. Your correspondent has been told by two leading silver Democratic mem tiers of the legislature that if the sound money Democ-rats and Republicans tried to elect Carlisle, the silver mem Iiers would throw their vot-s to I )r Hunter, in the hofie of stampeding enough Republicans to eh t Hunter and thus defeat Carlisle,. The silver memliers who told this are in earnest, and say the plan has. already lieen agreed on. THE. PROPERTY DISTRIBUTED Arclnlnhf -lohn of Antria M-tlel to Ki-lnrn. St. Gam.. Switzerland. Nov II A cantonal court has ordered tin: Bank of St. Gall to hand over to the relatives of the wife of the long missing Archduke John Nejiomok Salvator of Austria 1,000,000 francs, dejiosifed by the latter prior to his dearturo for South America. It was in 1Ss that this archduke, who was the youngest, son of the Grand Duke Lieonold II of Tuscany, renounced his rank and all his Austrian military titles owing to an irrecoucilable quarrel with the late Field Marshal Archduke Albert. Having renounced his rank fie went abroad under the name of Johann Orth. and was last heard of in South America, since which time he has eom pletely disappear! from public know I cdwo. This proves that he is never ex ported to return. LUCKY FALL OF SNOW. North writ rri Fannrrt Highly rirased by llif OnllooU for Crops. St. f acl, Nov. 1 quiet but steady snow ha fallen here and th depth ranges from a to :J inches in this city to two or three times that m Iowa aud Southern Minnesota The storm began in the D.ikotas some days ago. and now extends nearly all over the northwest It. is seldom so heavy n snow falls thus early in the season aud the preceding rains with the heavy snow cause rejoicing among the farm ers over the prospective big crops of next year assured by the unusually moist season. Business interests gen erally rejoice, for lumbering will le more active and business as a whole im proves with heavier winters. Leadvillr, Colo.. Nov. II. The storm still continues aud the heaviest snow in years has already fallen Trains are running ou time. On Huoilroil Armenian Klllml. Constantinople. Nov. II. The re ports in circulation here of another Ar menian massacre were true. The mas sacre occurred in the village of Everek. One hundred persons were killed and nearly all tb Armenian houses were pillaged Orrilrtl trir Given a Congressman. Denver. Nov. II. The official re turns show that the majority for John Shafroth. in the First congressional dis tric of Colorado is 54.373. This is the greats! majority ever given a member of congress Stael llil let Asuociatlon. New York. Nov? 11. The Steel Bil let association, representing a capital of $o00,000.0)0, is meeting in secret session in this city. Baptist Congress la Session. Nashville. Nov. 11. The Baptist congress is holding its fourteenth an nnal session at the Yirat Baptist cborcb. TARIFF llllSLATlON. Senator Carter Expects None at This Session. MI.VIi: MI.N WON'T n:sii:iCT ' -. . -i.... -U H..-V IH I h-V IB It.' , . . - " - - V I r..-e TartH to " .-. Stuixl 1k-M lV lift ..- i' -- Se,lsl..r IVIIierr. W ASIIIN'iTON Nov 1 1. Scnatar Car- tr.r nf Montana, in an interview, saiu that be saw no prosH--t of any imirt ant le"lslation at this session of con gress. He did not. believe the Dingh y bill could pass, and thought that the i i... frs, til,, uriiiro- SlVSlOll WOUKl I 1 priation bills ami sparring among the ixihll'-al partii-s for jiositioii. As to tar iff legislation in the next congress. Sen ..tor Carter said that he did not bcliev e the DeiiHH-rats would obstruct, no mat . i,..i hIiit Ili-nuhlicaiiK iniuht iii v . .. ..... - - . do. In his oninion those who were claim ..... ...! lM-lieved that the hard tunes TIIOMAS n CAHTEIt. could le enred bv silver must allow Kn- publicaii tariff legislation to be enacted or tlii-v would meet the tariff hunt, in the next campaign. THtV WANT RECIPROCITY. Ilir ';.i.i.li.-n 1 ll' III 1 1 n For Surli 3 Aci9- the TurilT. Montreal Nov. II. The statement made in New York by Hon V. S Fieldimr. Canadian finance minister. that, efforts will lie made by the Cana dian government to secure a treaty of reeinrocitv with the United Mates as soon as f resident-elect McKinley shall assume oflice at Washington, has awak ened the mcatest interest among l.usi di ss lin n in Montreal and throughout Canada. The commercial interests of the Dominion, rccardless ot politics, are almost a unit in favor of a renewal ot what is known as the Elgin reciprocity treatv of IS.")4. and it is believed that when the representatives of the Cana dian government visit Washington next spring they will endeavor to sociirt recinroral legislation aloiiL: the line ot that, treaty. PETIGREW WON'T OBSTRUCT ll Will lla-ln Tariff I-cisliil ioo. Not Aiilinj; TrilMlii. Sioi x F.i.is, S. D., Nov. II. Sena tor fcttigrew has opened f he campaign of I'.HH) and addressed one of the larg est audiences ever gathered in this city. It was announced as the beginning ot the bimetallic fight two years hence. The senator said that he would ren der McKinley every aid possible for him to demonstrate that the tariff was what ailed the country, but wanted to put. himself on record by saying that he would resist every swtion of a tarifl bill that provided for a tariff on anv article controlled by a trust. This created a sensation and the tiemonstra tion that followed was tremendous C.OVfcY HAi A Nfcv iCHEME Tli rmniiinnvfal teneral the lHiniir n In I Ur IOO. (I. to- Ci.fvki.am. Nov. 11. J S. Coxey of Commonweal fame is on the ground floor with a new doctrine for ISW. Ir is a platform which declares for the de moiieti4tion of gold as well as silver. state ownership of all railroads, high ways, waterways and telegraph and telephone lines; municipal ownership of all street, ear lines, waterworks. market houses, electric light and gas plants; employment, of surplus labor in public work, woman sutirage, state control of liquor Ira flic and election of president by direct vote of the people. f)oxey has called a conferen ce of all friends of the initiative and re fere n dnm and advocates of the alxivc prin ci pies of government, lie believes that national banks should loan money to tin lx-ople at cost, und this principle he says, will !e mcnrtioratcd in u plat form to be adopted in the parlors ot the laudell hotel, St. Lotus, Jan. 12. ib'.'i. All who favor the priiicip.es alKive set forth are urged to attend the St Louis convention. THE BIG RAILWAY SYNDICATE. tr Will Operate In New York as Well as feuroiiean Cities- Ci.eviclasd. Nov. 11. It is definitely an nou need that the immense interna tional street railway syudicate recently formed will operate in New York as well as in London, Paris and other Eu peau cities. Compressed air has been dually decided upon as the power to be used, that question having been an ojicn one until recently. A number of the directors of the Seam less Tnlo company that will manu facture the reservoirs for the compressed air will lie in Cleveland in a few days to look into the feasibility of building their licmeuse new factory in this city. Mrs. Castle Kr leased. London. Nov. II. Mrs. Walter M. Castle of San Francisco, who was sen fenced at the Clarkenwell session last Friday to three months' imprisonment without hard labor, after having pleaded guilty, by advice of counsel, to the charge of shoplifting, has been released from Wormwood Scrubbs prison on medical grounds, by order of Home Secretary Sir Matthew White Kidley Civil Krrrira ICa-lorm Leafne. r-lllLAOKLPlll a. Nov. II The Na. jional Civil Service Reform League will hold its annual meeting in this city Dec. ! and II. Among the reforms that, will lie urged, the substitution of me -merit system" for the 'snoils svs- tern ments in municipal and state govern New Torpeilot.oat lsunrlietl. Baltimoke. Nov. II. Torpedoboat No. 4, the second of the. three lieing built at the Columbian iron works for tho United States navy, has been launched. The new fighting craft was christened No. 4 by Miss Elise Agnus, daughter of General Felix Agnus. Unitarian Congress la Session. Rochester. N. Y., Nov. 11. The regular session of the twelfth annual meeting of the Unitarian congress of the middle states and Canada is in session here. Comlilion of the Colli Unserve, Washington. Nov. 11. The treasury has lost 7,ih0in gold coin and f42,fU)0 in bars, which leaves the true amount of the gold reserve 122,234,315. The net gain in gold was $.519,000 Whinl Hear lies a lllch Point, Chk-aoo.Nov. II Wheat has reached the highest price of the year. Li New York it sold at &J cent. fife WANAfvV.KEfl FOR SENATOR. 11 . r.n.lim il iy nriu"in w.-u- ii i n in I'liilaio-lpli" f iiii.AiKC.rutA. Nov. II. Tho Mc- Kinlev and liobart business mens na tli.nal eoiumitti :. which took a veij i, in nun. lit i ait during the late presi dential campaign, has lieeii trunsfornu-d inlo a ci maiient organisation undel tin' name of the National league ol Busiie-ss Men. for the piirimse, amoiiji olhei f luni's. of extending loyal alio earie-st -ii.,.nt to the ehlrf ex. -cut I vc of tin: cv:i mi.eiit dinjgk: the ensuing four ais: to aid III i...iint allilug 111 national remt npoii a sound money b-.i-s, and to promote tin: election ol m-iiil'-rs of the Manorial legisial ore. Ill the s-nal" and I'ouse ol represent. anves Alter tho lection of permanent olIicei the following preambles and resolution w,.ri, .inanunotisly adopted : Wllf-n-as. 1'lu- v:tst business Jlllll lll.o.'l f.-M-l ill in;r iliier--Ms of I he stale ol' IVnn tivlvama slKiiilil lie represemni in CioKxl Slates senate by a mail of liigl ehaiai ler, oxH-rieiie und kiiovvhxlge o pillill.- all ors; :iiul Wher.-.-rs. The eiiy of Ihi'iaili:lpii. t h ritadel il It. pnhlii niiisin, is, by eomtiimi c-oiim-iiI, eiiiuli-l loth- rn-.'.r. L'niled States M-ii.ii"i-liii, : In n !. ire. In: II l!eailvi:0. That we pn-s-nt., iih a -imli dale i-tiiineiilly lilUtl lo 1111 thi exalletl -kiIm n if l-iiiied Slate wmilor, the Hon. Jul. n Wanainaker of I'lillail.-lplll l, eX- posi inaslwr gfiieral of the Cnit-l Stales. :.-silvel, i luil. we nsu an imiiiim""' means li iiroiiiole bis :li:l inn. and reiitt thi: IhiiIiicks itien of I'iniisy Ivauia lo uiillo in I he effort In have our v:ist. inlcre-t-. i. I.i. i-l in ehargeof a mull who will be their inn: repri'si-ni.ilivo. l;. S4.lvi-.l. That, us I he election will take place wit hill I wo liionths, our ekieiilivc cnlilllill Ice ! I list rucl-cd lo t-iki: charge ol I his itiitvi-iiieiit ami iitimetliule.ly eonilim n ical c willi kimlred iMMliesof busiiies inc-n in all ruins of the slalo t promote I lnj election of I he lion. John Wanainaker as I'niliil Slates senator for the stale ol fell lisy I vii ni. i. Steps were taken to secure til" forma-. lion and co oiM-i.itloii of other similar orgaiiiations and t arrange for an early meeting of delegates from sncll organisations to (MTfcrt a jieimaneut organi-'aiion of the National League ot BusincKS moil. The following telegram on the sub ject of M-rmaiient organization from Mark llanoa was leccivco : T. ley am received I like your nuiiHiMi ion to keep uti your organiza tion for the KnpMirt of sound money Hiid good government. HtTHAVfD BY DEATH. Co lie Kille.l Iit a Train While liiv- Si-Mr K-ailoig, l;. lUtnivii, Pa.. Nov. II A fastfreiglt train on the Pennsylvania railroad has ran into a cairiage containing u man and woman at the i iibraltar grade CtOS ing. this county Both were instantly killed, the man's lKly being tcrriM? angled. It was afterward lecogmzed a. that of taiarles F Bright, aged J' years, a wealthy cili.eu of Heading and owner of consulelable real estate Oil his pi i son were found $)0.O0O worth of bonds The woman was identified as C::r'i erine lioyer. a lii.year-old working g.il unmarried Bright had taken In r f"r ailnve. unknown to her friends, whe were under the impression that she b il gone to her regular employment It i tliought that Bright was under the m tliience of liquor when the aciidiLi ih:cu i ed. WHAT THE FARMERS WANT. Hesol nt ion Adopted ly the CoticrcM l-'nr I ii ter iiit t iottal ltinielalli-,tii. Indianapolis. Nov. II. Tin: follow ing resolution has lieen offered at. the Farmers' National congress: 'Rcsoved Thut the Farmers' Na tional congress is in favor of the equal use of both gold and silver coin as money of ultimate redemption, ami that we do request the incoming president of the the United States to call a con ference of nations that are willing for the use of lioth gold and silver us money, with the free and unlimited coinage of ixth gold ami silver in a ratio to le agreed uoii." To Improve I he Ohio. PiTTsei-Rii. Nov. II. The Ohio Val ley Improvement association got dow-p. io luisini-ss yi-sterilay moinmgaml hn islieil late at night. The association is couiiosed of a bright set of men inter- esicil in i e future welfare of th Ohm river and tributary stream, a well as the M ississippi lo the gu If. Th assoeialion was orgauied in Cincinnati Oct. s-!l. Is'.i.'i. and is romitoscd tf men from Ohio. West Virginia. Kentucky ami iinli.iiia r'nriiacea tlnrn Hlire Aglmf. San Kimxcisco, Nov. II. T'he fur nac-es of the glass works on Seventh Hid Towriseud stre'ts. which have Im-.i rowing in oneness lor a long lime are mice more aglow. 'I he Iowa on Trial. r lIll.AoKl eiilA, ISov. II. The now United States battleship Iowa h steameil tlown the Delaware river for her builders' trial in the Atlantic iM-ean oir the Delaware csi pes. THE MARKETS. I'lTTNIII'ltn Vnv III WIIKAT-No. I nil. ssisst,-.; N. 2 riH KV,i i-: spring w lieal. NtSHi:. IliltN No yi l..w cur, nirtt.-Br-: No. slielliil. :iiuy.'.;rs-; liifh iniiiil slu-UitlJIiiliiHt . mixed i-ar. 2.r-tiv IIATS-No I white, No. 2 do. xa intra No. .1 while. SlJSi-; hu.,l mixed, I!'. I I'.Kjl-. HAY No. I timothy. eil.ZVII. all: No. 8, J'.I..Vfi H1..M1; i.M.-kini;. SH.-'VifftT.IS!; No. I fKilinu prairie. $H..iO(!i.tl; wagoo hay, Jll.UKu.ir, u for I imot hy. Il ifl.Tlt Y I jirce live rliickens, rAaMA: ei pair; live . hi. kens, small, lUttlV; sprint t liiekeiis. AKUtk- mt pair; dresM-d chickens VXa lit: mt Hiiril: live din ks, ft.V.i"ir: per iir llress.1. Iiffil live tiirkf-vs tlreswil. Mai..-, im-.t miiiiiiI; live bccw. 1 1.1 "Kit 1 mt pair. (J A MK I'lieasantit, SVUi(.'..'ill M-r . ilnrn quail. $J.ir.t i Si imr iloeii; venison saililli-s Ud:; per pi. mill, rulil.ila, i'illi- ter pair iiirrefs. :t:i'k:. HUTI'KIt Kliiiti prints. Slf&l'lUc;!!!!. c ream cry. aici'jeii,-; 01,10 fancy creamery. ITISiv fancy itoiuilry roll, 12&IU:: low grtule anil raiokinc. Il'ti l.'n:. C1IKKSK-Fancy New York, full rreain. l"-4UHe; new Ohios. full cream. SKc make. ilUyir l"c; Viscimsln SwisH in li.l lat 1 at IIVhc; limliiirm-r. new. SraKV,:; Ohio wiss ii 111ns, lie; l-s. In miiare bliM-kn. 1 llil I'm: r.i.it.- niru iiy Iroli, IVnnsy I vania Oliin. In cases. l!K.Jltli-; seconiU. !7(ilSi:. and 1'iTTsm: ho. Nov. 10 CATTI.K Rei elpls on Monday fait. 7a mr onsau:; m.irki I iiiQI.k: higher: xupplv I.mUv iicni, mark. I Hicady. WK ,m,t,. priiw Prime. .riii,. I till; k,h1. $4.2.vai.ei; lldv. S-i'M kimhi unit tiers. J.l.,5;(j, III; fair. 1 4114 oninn.ii. 5.HH4H.;ni; feetl.-ra. J;l 11,,4 hi ...inn. si aus. nun cows. fa.lnJI .ai. IhiIo-iim cows. $..lili.ulil. fnli ..owa and sprinter SJi.imr,r,r;,m. IIOisi-ltt-eiil9 on Monday were lair uIhiiii :k ii.nl, .- .let kB; market ruled at live and hiul.er. To.lay nup,y K,t; qiiality i,..l very bimmI; market Mow al the rollowtnu lrln-s: Hest medium and heavy Ymkera. :) KVVWi. fomini.ii u lair Yorkers. H 7&i 3.1'; heavy. J !liif(t.i7ll; rtniglis. $2 AHftBit a. SHKKP AMI LA MPS -Supply on M.md.v llUlli; 14 cjrs on naln; market active anil l! hiiiher. Supply Uxlay 5 c.ara; market kteadt oiiKhecp. lii-he.r 011 lamlis. We quote price.-. follown: Prime. $1 .trii-l tWi: irooil. :l ei; fair. S'-MVy&i 15: eoilimon. tXMn&i hit. cult' SI.IIV,1 limlia-Clioice. 4 7t'l 111. coin nion In Knod. f i i'.(4 411; veal . alvet. S Wfet 6.511; heavy and lliin calves. .l ittut . Nliw Yoki, Nov lit WHEAT Spot market Hi run; No t rmi j?e; No I hard. Olc. t'OKN Sm,i market firmer: No. 2. ai-ljn. OATS Spcl market lirm; No 2. 24o t'ATTI.K-No Irailnit: Kuroieaii caldev quote Amert. uii sleers al Imain-i- )M.r h.iii lresed weight; sheep at Knt-- ,a:r hmii.,I drifiMeil weiuht; refr iterator beef at 7ij,t.e per Hnmd KHKKP AND LAMBS-Market aetlv on liulil siipplu-, and nliKlilly firmer; all sold bheep. $L'.7fK,6:S.70; laml.s. 4.5t!Sj.a5. HtXJS-Market tlrtii at S3.MI&4.4II, Cincinnati. Nov. 10. HOGS Market steady al $2 753 7tl. Re veiplA. 4.7lti head; HhipineuU. 2..Vi head. CATTLE Market tlrru at jl'.;i.Vtt4.60. Ra celpts. ill 1 head; shipments, WW head' SHEEP ANT LAMliS-Market Btronc for beep at $i.UUi3.50. IteceipU. 7ti bead: shlp rnents. 4V ImumI. Lam b Market atroiur at never wants tt learn, but the reads that OiiD Honesty CHEWING TOBACCO is the best that is made, and at ONCE tries it. and eavea money and secures more satisfaction than ever before. A.VOID imitations. Insist on having the genuine. If your denier hasxTt it ask mm to get it for yo. HO. FDtZER 4 BROS., lontlffle. Kl DREXEL'S IMPROVED EMULSION OF PURE NORWEGIAN COD LIVER OIL IVfTH CHEMICALLY PURE HYP0PH0SPHITES OF LIME AND SODA. FOR CONSUMPTION, BRONCHITIS. WOUCKS, - COLDS. ASTHMA, SCROFULA, - SKIN DISEASES. NERVOUS DISEASES, - DISEASE OF CHILDREN. - WHOOP. AC COUCH. ANAEMIA, - CATARRHMBV - GENERAL DEBILITY, ETC.. ETC This valuable preparation cures by Its nutittive and alterative power. It is a true emulsion. -not a lime soap, is easily digested. quiclclyn.ssimilated, and shows its wonde-tul action on blood, tissue and nerve by a most marked improvement from the first dose. Drexej's Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil Is especially serviceable lor anarmia. nervousness.' for scrofula and scrofulous sweUinus. glandular enlargements, and the wasting diseased of chiliihood. Kords peptic and nervous conditions, loss of flesh, tlis tu. bed sieep and nit;ht sweats, it is a perfect cure. Drexel's Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil s the very best remedy to lie had lor coughs, colds, bronchitis, croup, laryngitis. Pre ar J Weeding throat, hnare ness, tirkhiig in tiroat, soreness oi chest anil alt otner irritated, inflamed an. diseased condition? of the throat, lungs and cheat. Largs bottles, 50 cents per bottle, 8old by druggist generally, or tent to any address on re ceipt of 50 cents. SOLE PROPRIETORS. Winkelmann & Brown Drug Cc. BALTIMORE. MO. U A JOHN PFISTER, Itf.Al.fK IX Hariwarc. Qncensware, MADE-UP GLOTHSKG, BOOTS AND SHOES, GRGCERIES Alii) PE0YIS13ES. TKUETA i.r.m IV KRtMIX, HtKSi FAS, .T4' . OPPOSITE JUNCTION HOTEL, CRESSON, PA. tnavi-SOly CRFAM baimCATARRH 1 quickly i.w-feI. amwm$ the Allmjn i'nin tint iHflamntnUoH, Jlrtil thft Sirrrx. I'rfttrctm the Jtfetnbrnne town Allilinnl Wrf. ltrxtttrrx thfi SrttM' nf TriHte and timet I. It Will Cure COLD N H EAD A particle l aiiDlied luu. .rti n,.i.. 1. aitreeable. Price 60 rrnt at llruKicliitr iirby mail fclYV BKt )TH EKii, 56 Warren Street. New ork. nov.lO.W.Iy ' liivffl' r"tn,"n all f'riri3 croj will 'I f I I C"'w ,M"tu?' ni1 i furtuon-. ifyvi m G2G FineRt ft-rtlllzer tnr nil t.in.i. ilr-.-t from tiiantinictun-r to larnicr (110. Bt'iiiaj. Mmcui1 iri.i-s ror carload lota New iri-e list mailed free. T0RK CIIKSU AL OltkS ork, Pa. FAT folks arm VT ukhiIii l.y ,an MtU'JLtl Irian I U i. iir tlctntr phnlcla No l.a.1 elf ih-ui . No fUarvliiff. w proves (r-iieral health anil laiuiflen n.rn!.in... 1. ciaii aim l, lad. lmirs.. ,u 1 b..oand curt'd c,fSAT,,FNIS TREATED DY MAIL wfldemla lv Fnr parlrmarH n.Mreaa. v.tth rtamT DR. SNYDFR T-u..rMii-t ilu. r au llraaa..,, MK toUk 111 I oct'i6 0& ty Wanted-An Idea Who can think of some simple thing to patent? . .. . xninK zrjz?,A?,j rt.v.rrr. jm!i'r. . weaim. Sni,hl""IL"vI). '!"r tMr ' I'M offer M W ..kin... . . . . . - .... nbvur.u.i itent Altor- J r PVt to adrertUe. Try thm rkkma v. n of -M ye.-irN- experience. 3 ril-u-iiti..iifr..ininu.iiir-. jTr L :$tf 14 if f MRS. ELMIR& HATCH. HEART DISEASE 20 YEARS. Dr. MiUm Unliral Btkhart, Dear Pirs: For 20 years I wi troubled with heart diaeaM. Would frequently ta talun sueila aud wnothennit at niiht. Had to ait up or pet out of ted to breathe. Iia4 pin in py left aide and back most of the time; al last I became dmrr-n-al. 1 was very nervous and nearly worn oul lite leaat excJU PleJlt would cause roe to THOUSANDS with flnttertnir. For the last fifteen rears I could not Fleep on my left side or back until beean takins; your Urmrt Can. I had not taken it very Ions: until I felt much better, and I can now sleep on either side or back without the leaat discom fort. I have no pain, smothering;, dropsy, no wind on stomach or other disagreeable symptoms. I am able to do all my own housework without any .'.rouble and consider myself cured. Klkhart. Ind.. is. Mas. EUflBa Hatch. It is now four years since I have taken any medicine. Am in leiter health than I have been n 40 years. 1 honestly a lievethat Dr. ltilm Srm fll I H F 13 fears (ec saved my life " ind made me a well woman. I am now 02 yean of age. and am able to do a pood day's work. Hay 2aih, lft2. Has. Euuka. Hatch. Hold on av Positive Guarsvntee. D. rV.'LES' PILLS. 50 Doses 25CTS. -E S N PILLS. Sick Headache ar.d n lieveall tbotroublea tort rleiit to a til iocs etateof tlio systcrc.sucn as frizziv.r'Ai?. Xanscs. Iirowsino, lMHtreea after eatirjf-. l ain in tui Ki.le, Ac Whilo Uieir roost romaikalafe eucccms hjj been Fnosrn 111 curing 1 2 PnBlsehn. yot barter's little Urnr TITIs ar :-onnlly luabloiriCoTi.stiivition.ciirinRaii.lpr9-1,- uting Ui;sfcriUf.3ririi;coruflaint.whilitcvalso ror reel 1 sli:i!--(-r:l..r:-ol t iOKoii..a.:lijsunjuLitethe lic-raud regulate tiie boweia. vcu it they only irliA thry tronH -o ftlmoet priceless to thnsev&Q z'.t'T frm t!iiaIirttr(:njcoHiilamt; butfortu ;att-1 v thirptrfKlricwsfxrs uotecU btreni thoM traooiictxy tLcm find the- littk- pills vaiu a.Me in ff msr.y t.vivs tiiit they lil not Lo wit ting totfo wit bout tiiena. But iterallsick head Ii ihe b-iTie of no many !ive3 that hero is where -f?u?-V --: r-r.:.L booiit. Our pilia core it while 'nrt.-r a L'trle LlTrr mis are very small an J --i v..- to Ore or two pills inakoa dose, '-v li.ij .- :c:ly vtvctible and do not (Tripe cr biitl.v tJrcir pentle action pluaieall who '! --n. In n-.lst 2ftrer.ta ; uvfor f L. Sold ii. ne t tii-yv licru. or s tit Ly 1;, ad -re. ifr.Oi--IECO., New Vorlt. -.m nnsF, SMAIL PRICE is stamped in ens best watch cases made. It is the trade mark of the Kcystotie Watch Ca ie Company, of Philadelphia, th oldest, largest and best known factory in the world 1500 employees, capacity 2000 cases daily. Its products are sold by all jewelers. It makes the celebrated jfas. Boss Filled Watch Cases, now fitted with the only bow (ring) which can not be pulled off the case the A WATCH CASE OPENER SENT FREE. SUMMER CQOKiNl MADE EASY. IPrKTrj MAKE BIO WAGE nUl.il I w SELLING THE ARNOLD COOKEI NO HEAT, NO BOTHtR. Cooks a Dinner all at ot time Grand for Oil or C Stoves. Liberal Terms. Zxcl sive Territory. Let us tell yo. all about iu WIL.MOT CASTLE & CO 206 Elm 1 1. Rochester. N. Y THE KEELEY CURE VjJT0"11 hnnn to """infss men who. hsrinr awi .U"ro"iS','iouf ' iuu thp ,lrink hal.it aud awaken to tin.! the diseaM-of aleoholism fasteni tip"ii Iheni. renderintr them unfit to maiiatre af fairs reciiiiniiir a clear brain. A four week, course of treatment at the PITTSBCRO KEELEY INSTITUTE. Xo. Fifth Avenue, restores to thom all their powers, mental and physical, destroys the abnormal appetite and reU.tvs them to the condition thev were in bc tVire they indulv-e l in Mimulants. This has been done n more than icon cases trcaUil here and Mrnoni; them some of your own neighbors, to whom we can refer with confidence as lothe absolute safety and eflicioncy of tne Kcelev Cure The fiillest and most ta-arcbinir inveMiration ii Mon " r i"unJ,ia:t K vUig full Silonka? aoK a 04. WANTED represent us In the sa e ol Our 'hi. Ice Nurserv Mock. Specialties controlled by os. lluher't S lary or t'oni mission paid weekly. Steady em Idoyment the year round. Outfit tree: exclusive territory: ezpe tenee not necessary; hi pay as sured workers; sdecial Inducements to hex In tiers VV rite at once lor particulars to ALLEN NURSERY CO.. July 31, Wa',C"'T--"-T- uOHN F. STRATTON'S Celebrated Russian Get Violin Strings Ths Finest in the World Every String Warranted. John F. Sfrnffnn r'co w biiiivH Dtaler. AVltl"' 811.818.815 817 E. Hh St. NEW VORK. FOR SALE. 1 -"'" tract el irood rsr.len land In Nou'heatt ern r lorl.la AlltNTN WANTKU to sell options Apply quirk. FLORIDA GARDEN LAND CO., J.i,8J.w.ut.CCHKSTEK,N-Y- VlTaSl arvl P-ai 11 liScii l 1 iTa 1 J LADIES! Are y ikl. KSt eu u.-h to rer.ti.re Il . c 1K wo cents in rtnmps to :h M'ick .. eo o. 5it and .' 'aetiinet..n Stn-t. "J- one of th-ir t--autif i i lutrted Zdlet Hooka." iliKt n v.4. miKpf. aKl u-.-.en-rf iu? work to every -! of r-ri: n t.-t. n re-eirt t.f ten e.t.t in 'ai- Jrk l.i-v w end p.t''' " " l" 'r ,11,:,"us h"" nord Kair; Verba. Forten cefct ti.. v will ls..-.d tK.k imtaiidni comi.lte wtK.Is -r ! l.- M L..dt.. ' ai.d ' its nut HMilnr ..t.i.i-. t.ctle r Uli li-u exoniwia ctiromi t a:ds. QUINEPTUSj A rtr I.Hnn'-s- t,'r,l '""r' "romati. eo!iip.".iid lor diiiiwii- tl..-tasw .l qui. ii e tic ot!i.-r b u r drn . .-it ., r x.!id -r ft.-id I'urs. . lent, per fisst lUttlle. n' d I ) n.-.:iatideul pliysk-iaii" in I".u-im- am! Anient a. t-.riuii.i. ac iMuoauies every b-atle. Tor bale bv In-uepwta. ajjtuuaiiie every I fanulkctuv-d by The Acadeaic Phamacentic Co., LO.MMI AM k iOi;k. WASHINGTON ST, KVJi 0HK CITi ELaIX iRt -ielerant Frur'is!i hnrtrt.it, !c pretionuKU for . i'ioiiR. mniariul ait l lUi-: tin- r.- shIl -v-r tmeiity -live years ( nxtn niitH i.; cienl. . re8-Hr-h. . . Appov.-d I 1 the liiuli.-rt ru.lio.-ii niiM.i.rii In use in tke'liopita s i;iev-r- par. f un pe KKii-ia!ly tielpful to tn-lies. i-l.iidren and t-eo pie of HMl.-nt.ir bat. its Kniirety vegetable ; ir-t- from hirtt'ful dnurs. Jn Handsome Packages, Pt.ce 50 Cts. Pr-jir-l Je!y ly Iie Joyal 1 ht maccutii Co LONDON AND NEW YCRK, Chemists hy apfwriutriH-iit to Her T.t aj-ty tl.e yuwn and to the lyal 1 miiilj . NEW YORK RANCH : 130, 132, 134- Charlton SL ROYAL PILLS. Same medicinal proportis-s as Rotsi. Ij-ixia, in boxes, 30 pills to box, for 'Za ccti'-S. FOR SALE BV ALU DRUGGISTS j " ' REHEMBERTIffiBIG FOUR! Vinegar Bitters C0ED.AL, -J i?9 SOe. Vinegar Bitters PCWDS2S, rj uit-s. JCc. Vinegar Eitters, new tjle. i 1.)', J 1 . Vinegar Bitters, oldp'yk-. Mi'xr ta-tc. l.OO Tho World's Great Blood Purifier and Life Glvinjr Principle. Only Temperance Eitters Known. The past CTih of n Century the f.cadina tamify Mediciuc of the W erid. W0M B. H. Mcronald Dreg Co., Prcprwtora, 5? AN FRAN"CIiHX ax NEW VOUS. ' r'olleles wmten at snort nxiee la th OLD RELIABLE ETINJA' at altifir rirat (.,a lempaalea. X. W. DICK, OtST rK THE OLD HtVRTPORl) PIRBIMArRCIHn I'llMMENt-Kli HTSINKSS 1704. "e,riiTt .tut- a,lS81. I ClvriTc. Itk DESIGN PATENTS. . . . wrtsiUHTS, tcJ r"r ininrmai an 1 Tree HandlMxk rri to Ml'NS x CXI., iftl Hnr.,DiT. Saw Y.-kk. Oldest bureau for eettnne piiu ntu in Am.'ri.-a. r.very patent taken out l.y ti U I rouiht r-f.r tlic public by a notice given free ot charge In the ricuftftf JUucrinw Irvect etrenlatlrm of anv nHentifle paper tn the world. M.lt-mli.ily t.luMrated. N. intln-nt man hould be ilh..ut tu Weeklv i3 tM a year; l.'ii six month. A l1re. Mr w ' Co.. IXKl.lf.HtKrs 3 tit fcruadway. iicw York City. Caveats, snd Trade-Marks obtained, and all l'at ent bnmnes contacted for Moderate f". Our Office is Opposite U. S. Patent Office, and we can secure patt-i.t in lee time than those remote from Wanhinuton. Jend model, drawiue or r.hoto., w ith oescrlp i!,n" advise, if patentable or not. free .f charue. tlur fee not dtie till pntent i cctired. A Pamphlet, "llow to tibtain 1'atentn."' with nam. s of actual clie.it- in vourState, county o" towTi, sen', free. Addre?, C.A.S1MOW&CO. Opoosit Patent Office. Washington. 0- & F. X. FEES Shaving Parlor, Mam Street, Near Post Office ne?hT?e na,'"ed d sires to inform the pub He that he bu oiwned a ohavtna- nr ,.r nB ie1 1?" f. "t.1, n tr lne p ' 1 me wn: nrber:na 1. 'H.. trncbo wili carrieu ua In the future. EvervthlnK neat and Clean l onr patrunatte solicited. K. X. FEKS. EteAri Fire Insurance Apcj T. AV. DICK, General Insurance Ag:ent. EltKXSBUBG, FA. Mountain House Shaving Parlor T .oca ted on Centre street near Mountain House orhce. Shaving. Hair t'nttlDic and Shampoa Inadone in the neatest and beat raaaoer. A hare el yoor patron axe snlielted. i Scientiilc American JOB:: I'Rivg THE Printincr Is ILe p a jo3ph::;-v.. i Promptly and sat,., ill roert tt,e p.., " f,-r5x . 11 Ct'Ujpr IKltJ, r . , "'ov tii-l-ci-- atn -tK "v.r! p!;(, f Witn Fast PriiiiE as - arr prepr. ,j t , trvery d vr'j t ; STYLK r:! L.. Lowest Casi Ffi V'.thll.K Out tile tie.', ar work p-afe, i,,T pared t-i priiit ., . . I0TEKS, rhtK.R . y wu. IIlINES Af.l- 'J..,..' MtiNTHI.Y Mtn.Vf.v. LaitKi. ii; ; v. . VlMTINf, Al :.- ( u I'KArTS Kk m,-,-l.KTTEIS AM. . K Hop ami , Vcan print i,5f -:,t. nl nealexl I t .. i iwwr on -:;.,ri r ,.-p- .-, mo-t !;. ,-( si..e r rhe Carnl.ri-t Ie 1- I T - a - . saaili viiv.i r-.iitr FC EvESTTYfj Hr.r.cE FtUR CniNA' P; nts Btstr Headache. inc i.r - the IicjIjc:.. . ShritlM .:r f , .- Dfrroi.-. i . caud tv ety. txce-Mrt i a , or iiram wcuri:. v. Ko f ALINE Ki'lf ALIVE -'l-" X tally i:t lalir suffm c tr tati'iii fr ho KOPr- L: N E CUn5 MIRVOUI Hues: - i. -wfvtSuS MKMTliC WOMB.T. j ;tS 'llttl a.TT.C. fcV " a. C'Ct5V AtCOMOt-'C - E-cssrs aT a KOPFALifviE Is mvniuibic i - i - ' -v V Stu'r-(. , - r v-T -t and "hi. .re f . -r z.- tlx r.1: i -icr v t- z It is -!---:ut-i ...- . : - c-n iui -T-- Price kC-H. Si.l-i -y -:n;. - - - r dress u& recti;.! S;tc tT?s. WINKELMANN & ERCWN DKj; jalt;moE M . V S A, HALLS HAI? EENEWEE The crat pi-ti'arlr.r rf : -rca after iu test of -:.y yars. !:; assurance, tvn : ::. w - tttareallv merit. T!-'-:-. H tied IlaLL'S H ilR Kt-VEwrs ABJS it does all UI i i It causes iw i-r- ti o! Yi i beals provided ;':;. ta r f..:.i.Rr dead, whi.-h is id.-ia iLe : natural cokr to irri or ! mn th wain h. .::' -t ktM O 1 dandruff: j rvvt i:t ::e i..:rf-;rfr eVinc-ln: ei.l..r Lrr: ft tl t.iS.v trous. and vuim it U gtv 31 thi.k Haix's Haik r.rvms rr-ii effects by the he.-tri!jr Trr-tahle liurrwi r.:-. wks anl reiuvenat. It i H -Tf- a delightful srt!.- fi.r t-:'.i B tainiiu- no .t o " orate iui-k!v un.i drv ur t.' leaviai; the "hair ao Utex preparatii'as. Buckingham- Pj WHISKERS CoVors them brr-wx rr i ..a I. and i the bet ive. l-cu tt I? n- croduc pertiiantut i;s-Lra. beliuT a tins j.re: iv.-Hti..n. h veaient of applicatioc t.T B. P. HALL CO, 11 Steel Picket CHEAPER - 1 1 TV OTf rat P.- -t T - xntAOji 1 a.n u- -4 1 ' c r-ior cirf Jtivatitr, Sr." " t-a. Fltritr. Fire . loor. and k:ti- c. Fr- : : ' cm TAYLOR & DEAN. 0L 203 A 205 sU.te:- mch e !c Ir. PS S QHH!'jG5 mny Tmrx It ' ' " KjstUJafui dJst.-. - Kke.. -I " alarrb. t---ll,"'V. rBrai(ltt. " and other i1i.-t.t ant. lrj It. At l'r- - V INkEL.MN A Italllaiorr HI. I WANTED each I'vonlf tt lake i-n " ' and are wilurr to par ' ' aaree to KtPI. t t Kt 1- fr.m natural CAUe. We also have a choice l-"' ' 1 14. -1 . 0 ' 1 1XIKS. OlYfc I S A 1 A1 THEHAWKSM K--" ' Wanted-fln Idea Sg Protect toot tdea: th.-T..r W. . - ...... .1' I'll! .L ..'. l - . . . V neva. Wa-hlnBU.H. I. - .ai" aad list ut lt huiuirrJ lu' i .VII : er'riT fliHE KHl smltlie"'1 Ul6,l" Part at onlj MJ er- -A