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Ft: I DAY,
- Al'lil'ST -'7, 1S.C.
io.xdi Ktiu '! x r Y rox visriiix.
T.j tiie D.nnxratic Voters of Cambria
'I he I iciiiDcriitic voters of the several
".Vcti-.)ii iMMricisof Canitifia county will
i:!eet at tin'ir ropecti ve poliiu;; places on
s.ti i:iy A ri. i sr -. lS'.C. between the
lumr of 1 and 7 o'clock, r. M , for the pur
pose of electing delegates to the Dkmo
c ijaiic CKfM'v cox vkxtiox, which is
hereby sum inonej to meet at Ebensburg
on Mnsii.w, Aiimst .'. l-'.C. to nominate
a county ticket and transact such other
business as may be brought to its atten
tion. The delegates will assemble at the court
house at 11 o'clock A. M. to present the return-'
and for the purpose of effecting the
permanent organization of the convention
after hich an adjournment will be had
until 1 o'clock, the hour ilxed by the rules
fr the convention proper to meet.
The a pportioiiment of delegates for the
several districts is as follows:
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t iirroi Itnwo lmr
an.. II tp
liest Spi iniiS tior...
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. 1 liihoatiivn. tub wl 2
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..1 Johnstown. 14th wd 2
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2 lulinstown. lrJth wd 4
...3 .lubnftuwo, 17th wd ...2
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liwer Voder tp 2
i ?I0lin YCCllinil 'si"' 'tl1 it.jmctions which are
now prevailing througcuotit the country
has this to say:
S long pooiety arcept" and tolerates
the strike ms a method of nettling indus
trial difputfs society chnuld infist on
fair and etj'ril treatment for both par
ties to the con If Ft. One combatant
should not be Allowed to take unfair ad
vantage fif the other, nor phouid the
power of government he exercised to
the benefit of one party and the detri
ment of the other. It is the duty of the
government to see that law is preserved
and that rights ie not infringed. But
its attitude toward the contending par
ties should be one of strict neutrality.
Time was when the workingmen who
did not like the terms of employment
stipulated by one employer could leave
and seek employment with any number
of other persons engaged in a similar
line of business, and thus better his lot.
But conditions ar different to-day.
The employer in most cases represents a
vast aggregation of capital, with which
the individual work Mian cannot cope
successfully. Whether he likes it or not.
the fact remaing that under present con
ditions the laborer has little hope of bet
tering himself, so far as wages and
hours are conoerned, except through
combination with his fellow workmen.
One individual by withholding his labor
from the market that is, refusing to
work could accomplish nothing. A
union of workingmen, by withholding
their collective labor from the market,
may force the employer to grant the con
cessions asked for. Of course the suc
cess of these efforts depends on the abil-
ty to control to a considerable degree
nil the labor in a particular line that is
put on the market. The only way this
abor can be controlled is by its being
organized into a union. If the laborers
conducting a strike for higher wages,
ay, can by peaceable means, induce
other laborers in the same line to asso
ciate with them, clearly they should
have the right to do so. The govern
ment in no way should hinder them in
so doing, so long as they try only peace
able means of persuasion, eUe it serious
ly handcaps one of the parties to the
The employer of course has the right
to hire men where he can. It is not
fair that these men, when hired,
should be driven away by yiolence on
the part of the strikers or anybody else.
rhe government should punish the per
petrators of such violence as it would
punish persons committing any other
ike offense against the law. It is en
tirely within the right of the employer,
too, for him to forbid entrance upon his
premises by strikers who would persuade
his workingmen to quit.
But it a!so ought to be recognized as
entirel competent for strikers to at
tempt to induce the laborers at work to
cease work and associate with th- union
If the strikers can accomplish this ob
ject by peaceable ersuasion and appeals
to reason they should be allowed to do
Si without any interference whatvr
from the government. In KWlanH
where labor organizations have passtd
beyond the stage of violence, this light
is recognized by the government, and
'picketing," as itiscalled, is sanctioned
That is, how the union, wheti righting
au employer, is allowed to station "pick
ets just outside his premises and try
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"mMiiauieh t No. Ioriellville. M wd....l
'.;i..r..nle Iht 1 Moral. vtlle. 3d "1 t
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lui.-vi' n txir 1 Prtai8 lor I
ltle l.r 2 Portaue tp
li. :,n t- 1 Keauo tp.. Eist 1
Imiilo list 1 Keade tp., South 1
Ym-i I'onemauKli hor...2 Keaile tp., W es t 1
.-net liiyl-rtp o. i... 1 Highland tp 1
Ilit 'I:iyh-r ip No. 2 1 Ko.-aedale bor
1-l.cnsi'iira K wd 1 Uojl.ury t.or 1
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l.t.fKi.tcM dist 1 -v.utli work, 2d wd t
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..I Suiuuiertiill txr I
...4 Sumtoerliill tp ....1
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SuMaelianna. South. ...2
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i a lot iin tor
i Ill' z:n t pi
.1 H-kotl tp
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.1 V mtoDilale diet.
.li lii'.-iown. Mn wd -t t Taylor tp
.Iiiliiislnwn. B.h w.i a White tp
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Neojssary tt choice..
There vi!i also be a member of the Dem
ocratic county committee to elect in eac'a
:itrict at llii! above mentioned primary
li ction. II. A. Knoi.kiiakt,
( li.t.i man Democratic, county committee.
Klien-burir. I'a.. lo, -'.7.
Tiik commissioner of pensions has
notified all pension agents that it hs
come to his attention that checks,
vouchers, aud, certificates are being
inaiied to pensioners in care of attor
neys. In the order issued to them he
mvs: '"Mail cannot be delivered to
p irties in w: o e care it may le address
ed, and. to aid the postal authorities in
tin1 proper delivt-ry of mail for pension
ers, you are requested to see that no
mail from your oflice to a pensioner is?
addressed in care of another jerson."
It is not only the wheat crop of Europe
that is much less this year than the
average. There is quite as large a pro
portionate falling off in the yield of rye
ami potatoes. Kye is the bread grain
in many European countries, and pota
toes are one of the chief food products
in the homes of the poor. Speculators,
by devices in which tney are experts,
may manage to send the prices of bread
stuffs temporarily up or down, but thre
. is a solid foundation for the advance
that has lecn obtained in the market
and it is likely to le maintained long
enough for the sale of our surplus.
C ii.uKMAX Harmas, of the Democrat
is state committee, was asked what ef
feet dollar wheat would have on the
work of the forthcoming state cornea
"Not a bit," he replied. "The Dem
ocrats realize that the so-cailed prosper!
ty among the farmers of the west
purely accidental, aud they know, too
what the Ilepublican newspapers fail to
tell us, that a new burden of taxation
lias Ieen imposed by the Dingley tariff
law, which, in the end, will more tha
olfset the accidental profits temporarily
derived from the sale of cereals at high
The report of the United States com
missioner of education, Dr. William T
Harris, for the year ended July 1, 1S9G
has just been completed. It brings the
educational progress of the country up
t) that date, and embraces the latest
t-t uisiics the bureau had gathered. The
report shows a total enrollment in that
year in the schools and colleges, both
public and private, of 15,997,197, pu
pils. This was an increase of 308,995
i tie numoer in puuiic institutions was
1 1, -17t,371, and in private institutions
was 1,532,850. In addition to all these
there were 418,tHK pupils in the various
special schools and institutions, includ
ing business colleges, music conservato
ries, Iudiau and refoim schools, mak
inw the grand total enrollment for the
whole country 10,415197.
Fluiir if 11 hj he Sack.
Seattle. VSh , August 19 The As
sociated 1'ri r' correspondent writes from
Lake l.iud nam under da e of Augui-t
"Ou bkni Linderman andlJenutl
are nearly 5lK) jeop!e actively niakini?
preparations and building Ixmts for the
decent to the Klondike. Thebkagwa
trail is open and the 6rst contingent
reached Tagish lake on Thursday last
numbering t0 people. The trail is
nearly 50 mil8 loog,; arid horses an
able to pack 250 pounds from saltwatei
toTagish. Nearly f 1,000 people are it
camp at Shagway, and it is t-xpected
that they will reach the lakes in iuuay6
The route will take nearly all of the trav
el from the Dyea route, except during
the winter and spring months lhe
opening of the Shagway road is 6ure to
cause travel to continue as late as Sep
tember IS. At present the Dyea trail is
blocked with freight and passengers, and
to complicate matters the Chilcoot In
dians have struck for 80 cents a pound.
which makes the cost of Hour laid down
at this placet $11 a sack. Boat loads of
people are leaving here and Lake Ben
nett every day for the mines.
A Woman's Assailant LvATrhed.
Williamsburg. Ky.t August 22. A
mob of fifty men came into town at 1
o'clock this morning, took Caney Sulli
van, white, from the jail and hanged
him on the county bridge across Cum
berland Kiver. They made so little noise
that not over half a dozen people in
town knew of the lynching until they
arose for breakfast.
The mob gained entrance to the jail
by telling Deputy Brummett that tl ey
had a prisoner for him. When they
came down they overpowered him and
put him in Sullivan s cell. The crime
for which Sullivan was lynched was
committed about a month ago, when he
seriously assaulted his sister-in law,
Sarah Law3on. He was fried here yes
terday, the jury finding him guiliy and
fixing his punishment at twenty years
n the penitentiary. The citizens of
Miss Lawson'e neighborhood did not
think this punishment adequate and
openly threatened to lynch Sullivan.
t n known Fartlra Altark a Train.
Highest of all in Lea veiling Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
Wheeling, W. Va., 10 Unknown
parties concealed in the brush about the
Cleveland, Loraine and Wheeling rail
road tracks at Barton, last night, attack
ed a passing north tound coal train.
As the train passed the f-pot a volley of
stones was sent at the trainmen
wherever one was in view. Fireman
Little was struck by one of the flying
missiles aud quite badly cut. I-ater an
other train at the same place collided
with a pile of empty oil barrels, which
had been put upon the track and fast
ened with a heavy rail. Engineer Ieg
gett was looking for trouble at this point
and was running the train very slowly
and no damage was done. Every effort
is being made by the county authorities
to apprehend the guilty parties.
Autlrre aun Hit Men.
It is now about five weeks sinoe llerr
Andree and his two companions set off
from Tromsoe on their daring voyage to
the north pole. What their fate has
been is only a matter of conjecture, for
notwithstanding .the picked-up carrier (
pigeons, which are unmistakably frauds, I
there have been no authentic tidings !
- .1 . . x-: I - n.l I
since lueiruepanure. i-t. aiubhuuiui
an expert aeronaut, last year accompan
ied Herr Andree to Spitzbergen to take
part in the voyage then proposed, but
declined to go this year because he con
sidered the balloon unsatisfactory in re
spect to its impermeability, lie esti
mated the longest period the balloon
could remain in the air was 24 days and
that, in his opinion, was not sutlicient
to make a successful voyage across the
polor or to the pole and back.
On the other hand, Mr. V. H. Gilder,
of New York, who has had experience
in polar explorations, though not in bal
loons, thinks that there is no reason as
yet for discouragement. The voyage
may be successful, but the voyagers be
landed so remote from civilization that
it would take a considerable time, per
haps several months, for them to reach
a place where they could communicate
with the world.
For daring they are above all other
explorers in the history of the world.
more daring even than Columbus, won
derfully as his exploit appeals to the
imaginations when we consider the cir
cumstances of the time, s.-tys the Chica
go 7 imes-llerald.
Herr Andree departing from Tromsoe
and Christopher Columbus departing
from Palos have much in common.
both in their heroic equipment for their
adventure and in the popular estima
tion of its madness. Hundreds of those
who watched the ever-famous caravels
disappear on the horizon's edge gave
over all hope of ever seeing those ven
turous navigators again, and doubtless
he same feeling animated the breasts of
the spectators as they watched Andree's
balloon ascend over the cliffs of Trom
soe, to be swallowed up in the abyss of
heaven. Never, never again were thoee
stout-hearted but foolhardy explore-8 to
be Feen of men! After long months of
absence Columbus returned, the con-
lueror of a new world.
There is no reason to abandon hope
that Andree and his companions may
BGACOM AXD M CAULEY.
Republicans Gather at Harris
burg to Name Thein.
Bullet Thriugn His Hraln.
Greensbu'g, Fa., August 25 Jacob
Mantel, aged 00, a dealer in groceries,
tired a bullet through his brain at his
home in the tfth ward, this afternoon
He is still alive this eveniug. A short
time before he committed the act he en
tered the business house of an acquaint
ance and paid some money he owed
hen the merchant remarked to Man
tel that he looktd well for one who had
so recently recovered from a serious ill
ness. Mantel laughingly retorted that
his life would never be in danger by the
ravages of disease.
"The only thing." he continued.
"that will be sufficient to end rny life is
a 33 caliber bullet.
The physicians expect his death mo
Tied up by Kurglars.
i i niuuce tne workmen as they go to
and from work to join the strikers.
The attempt of employers to harass
the strikers with injunctions from the
courts in carrying on such a campaien
is an attempt to use the government in
1 A . .
me interest oi one Bide as azainst the
other. The injunction ought not to be
brought into the matter at all. Its ten
dency is to take the administration of
law from the executive branch of gov
ernment, where it belongs, and lodge it
with the judiciary, If a striker has
committed an offense he should be ar
rested and pnnished. If there is dan
ger that an offense will be committed it
is the duty of the administrators of the
law to be on hand to stop the perpetra
tor and arrest him on the spot. But to
enjoin a striker who has eommitted no
offense from committing offense is to
put the brand of criminality upon him
without warrant, and thus place him at
a disadvantage with bis opponent, when
the government should remain entirely
ELK IX TO BE CHAIRMAN AGAIN.
The Stat Committee Mert 2 O'clock
Thl Afternoon Several Content to lie
Derided Ant l-Ouj (ten to Vote For
Crawford For Treasurer The l'latform.
rrrtddrut Knrda Killed.
Toledo, O.. August 25 Four masked
men went to the farm house of William
Hamlin, of Oregon township, last night
and called for George Cherry, a farm
hand. When Cherry opened the door
the men rushed m, txmnd him hand
and foot and thrust a gag in bis mouth
The men then rushed upstairs where
they met William Hamlin, who was
aroused by the noise below. Two of the
robfer8 beat Hamlin over, the head witn
their revolvers. He was tied up in the
same manner. Meanwhile the other
two robbers rushed into the room occu
pied by a son of Hamlin, dragged him
out of bed and bound hand and foot.
The men ransacked the house from top
Montevido, Uruguay, August 25 J.
Idiarte Borda, president of Uruguay, was
tssassinated to-day while attending a fete
in celebration of the indepencence of
Uruguay, which was achieved on Au
gust 2o, 182o. The weapon used was a
revolver aud th assassin was promptly
arrested, i tie crime was committed as
the president was leaving the cathedral,
where a Te Detim had been sung. The
assassin is a youth named Arredondo.
President Borda died almost immediate
lp after he was shot. Senor Cuestes. the
president of the senate, has assumed the
presidency of the republic ad interim.
Senor Borda was elected president of
Uruguay for the term extending from
March, 1894. to 1898. At the time of
Senor Borda's election he Itelonged to
the official party, and was elected by a
very narrow majority. The people, it
said, were sadly disappointed at the re
sult, but order and quiet were main
tained. The leading papers of Uruguay
deplored the election of Senor B rda and
declared that it marked a reaction in the
letter President Borda issued a procla
mation to the effect that his adminis
tration would conduct the business of
the ttate in the iuterest of the whole
nation and that he would invite the as
sistance of all political parties to that
end. This proclamation made a very
Harrisbi'ko, Anp. 2t. The state
capital is filling up with delegate. and
politicians to attend the state Republi
can convention, which meets in the
opera house tomorrow morning to nom
inate candidates for state treasurer and
auditor general. The con vent ion prom
ises to be a harmonious patheiing and
dispose of its business in short order.
There does not seem to be much doubt
of the nomination of Major Levi G.
McCauley of West Chester for auditor
general and James S. Ueacom of West
moreland for state treasurer. Dennty
Attorney General John P. Elkiu of In
diana has no opttositiou for re-election
as state chairman.
Ueacom and McCauley have head
quarters at the Lochiel iloune. Sena
tor E. B. Hardenbergh of Wayne, who
wants to be atirtitor generul and K.
Hathaway Shindel of York, who an
nounces that be is still in the field for
state treasurer, are also at the Lochiel.
Neither is believed to have a show of
nomination and it is doubtful if they
will allow their 'names to po before the
convention. The platform will reaUirm
the principles of the St. Louis conven
tion, praise the administrations of
Governor Hastings and Presiuent Mc
kinley and commend the course of
Senators Cuay and Penrose on the
The proposition to insert a plank iu
the platform mildly censuring the late
legislature for its failure to pass the
civil service and non-political interfer
ence measnres does not meet with
favor among the delegates and patty
leaders. Several of the delegates are
members of the legislature, and they
declare they will make a fight on the
platform on the floor of the convention
if the resolutions - committee repot ts
such a plank.
The state committee met at 2 o'clock
this afternoon to make np the roll of
delegates and arrange other prelimin
aries. Notices of contest have b en
filed from Somerset county and the
Third. Fifteenth and Twenty seveuth
districts of Philadelphia, 'ihe com
mittee may also 1 e called upon to de
cide whether Charles Mraghn it Joseph
K. Wyatt is the delegate from the First
legislative district front Schuylkill
county. Straghn holds the credentials,
but yatt declares his election was ir
regular aud may contest.
The anti-C..ay delegates have not yet
indicated what action they will take in
the convention. They are s re to vote
for McCauley, and it is likely Senator
John V. Crawford of Allegheny will
be their choice for state treasurer.
Crawford has leen endorsed by 31 of
the 30 delegates from Allegheny coun
ty, but has never made a formal an
nouncement of his candidacy, aud his
most sanguine friends are willing to
admit that he will not have more than
iAi out of the 303 votes in the conven
tion. Lane Jolnn Naval Fleet.
Washinoton-.Aus. 25. The Dolphin,
with Secretary Long on board, has ar
rived at liar Harlx.r. where the North
Atlantic squadron is at present. The
secretary may review some evolutions
of th fleet before it sails for Hampton
The labor situation, says the Pitts
burg I'ost. is undoubtedly very critical
all attempts at settlement having failed
the conferences been broken up, and the
operators meeting adjourned sine die
with the avowed purpose of importing
!alor. This, we have no doubt, with
out entering into the rights of the mat-
. --"M . . .
ter, io create irouoie oi a very serious
character. There is no question but
the labor unions of the whole country
are in sympathy with the miners and
with greater unanimity than has ever
before leen witnessed. What course
they may adopt in aid of the miners
will probably be determined at the na
tional trades convention to meet in St
Louis on Monday next. There is talk
of a general strike or shut duwn. but so
serious a move as this will hardly be en
. i . : . ' i i i . .
u-tcai ou, a uuiu oe almost impossi
ble to carry out. although it migft be
made a great calatuiy in certain sec
tions. If there is any virtue iu the uni
formity plan it should be hurried up.
The question of government by injunc
tion is looming up as the central issue of
rhat may turn out to be the greatest
bittle ever fought in this country be
tween labor and organized capital, in
ihe shape of trusts, corporations and the
Ji -publican atrty.
President A. J. Moxham, of the
Johnson Steel Company, who is now in
England, nas just received orders for
20,000 tons of steel rails for electric
roads in Ireland. This is probably the
largest order of steel rails for electric
railway purposes ever shipped out of
this country, and the fact that they are
sent to the very doors of England is one
of the notsble features of the affair
Moxham has obtained a freight rate of
f i a ton from the works to Ireland
The Johnson Company underbid not
only other American mills nearer the
seaboard, but English mills as well."
from ancouver, B. C, "Advices
jroni Tokio say that Japan is about to
place a contract in America for the rails
and material required for the 1,200
miles of railroad which it is to construct
From "An act to pro vice revenue for
the government and to encourage the
inunstnes of the United States," com
monly known as the Dingley law. it i
learned that to prevent the shipment of
r.ngusn raws to the United States a pro
tetiv rtotir r . .. ..
. c-c.cu-iweniieins of one
cent per pound, or 7.S4
I . .
now curious a thing it is that the
oniy market in which American manu
facturers need protection is their home
a ton, is re-
The Republican state convention
meets a Harrisburg to-day (Thursdavi tn
ratify Quay's choice for candidate
There is never any trouble at a Republi
can convention in Pennsvivani.
s the people have very little to say.
Three Carried Over Niagara Falls.
Niagara Falls, N. Y., Aug. 23.
Frank Weber, of Buffalo; Warren Bush,
21 years old, and Charles Glasner, 29
years old, both of Chicago, who have
been camping on the banks of the Ni
agara river for the past week with sever
al companions, yesterday hired a small
boat at La Salle, and started to row
across the Niagara river to the Canadian
shore. In the heavy current their boat
became unmanageble and upset. The
men were seen by a number of people
on shore struggling in the water, but be-
iore assistance could reach them all
three were carried over the falls ou Can
A Hailroad lor Klondike.
San Francisco, August 2. A special
correspondent of the llulhlin, writing
irom Juneau, Alaska, under date of Au
gust 11, says that railroad communica
tion between Juneau and Dawson will be
one of the n.ar future. Next spring
o.uou men win be at work, and the road
will probably be completed before next
fall. The proposed road is to start from
the head of steamboat navigation in Ta-
ku river and run to Lake Teslin. Light
draught steamboats will be operated
from each end of the new road, and it
win take four days to make the journey
irom juneau to J7awson -
Judge eaTe Miot.
Woodstock. Vt , August 22. Thomas
beaver, judge of probate for Winsor
county, was shot this morning by Will
iam W. Lawrence, while standing on the
oiazza oi nis residence, the ball pene
trating his right lung, lodging under the
shoulder blade, the wounded man is
reported as resting quietly to-night, and
the attending physicians think he will
recover, although his age, teyond sixty
years, will tell against him. Lawrence
surrendered himself to the sheriff after
shooting and wag lodged in jail.
Farmers Holding Bark Crops.
Baltimore, Md., August 22 Th
grain aeaiere complain bitterly that far
mers in contiguous states are disre
garding contracts and refusing to deliver
wheat. Scarcely one-third of th rrnn
on hand has been delivered, though near
ly all had been contracted for verbally.
A notable exception is the case of
Frederiek county farmer, who yesterday
delivered IGOO bushels, for which h
might have got $1.00 a bushel, for TO
cents, he price at which he antral nn
August 20 to deliver it. I
Man and Woman Shot.
Philadelphia, August 23 William
Rooney, aged about twenty-five years,
of 1224 North Fifth street, to-night shot
and instantly killed Alphonso Picard,
aged twenty five years, and shot and se
riously wounded Verona Calheim, aged
nineteen years. The motive for the
crime was jealousy. Immediately af
ter shooting Picard and the girl Rooney
attempted to escape, but was captured by
Policeman Tyson and a citizen. When
taken to the police station Rooney 's
oniy excuse was that he "dis not pro
pose to be made a guy of by a woman."
Picard was the proprietor of a bicycle
store at 733 Giard avenue and had just
come out of the place accompanied by
the young woman. They had gone but
a few steps when Rooney approached
and opened fire. The first two shots
went through Picard'e heart and he fell
dead. Three shots were then fired at
Miss Callheim. Two struck her in the
breasts and the third on the right side
of the head. Rooney then tried to es
cape but was caught. The young wo
man was taken to St. Joseph's hospital,
where it was said her chances of recov
ery are slim.
Eloping Couple Loaded.
Jeffersonville, Ind., August 21
Magistrate John Haus, of this city, was
sitting in his ottiee yesterday when the
door opened and a stalwart young moon
shiner, accompanied by an equally stal
wart looking female, each carrying a
large revolver, stalked into the room.
The prospective groom demanded a pri
vate apartment, stating that they were
an eloping couple, John W. Marshall
and Palsy Pajrett, of Greene county.
As he conducted the bride through the
house and upstairs, he' fastened another
revolver to an immense watch chain 6he
displayed, and laid one on the mantel
in the souiie's oflice. The groom ex
plained that thev exnected In h ir,t,
aepted in Louisville, and as his biide was
"a good 'tin we are prepared to have a
nice little shooting party should any
Louisville ollicer try fo stop us." The
squire married the couple.
Shooting In West Virginia, '
Keystone, August 23 Yesterday a
shooting affray occurred between Police
man Carter Withers. John Stowart r.H
Sam Gossett who attempted to rescue
prisoners Irom the othcer. Withers was
shot three times through th nwt
lungs, and chest. Ten shots in all
fired. Policeman Cobba was 6hot
through the arm while attempting to
arrest Gossett. who wan shot hv t .i.i-o
All are colored and excitement is high
with talk of lynching Stewart and Gos
sett. Withers is fatallv
Sam Barley, a bystander, was hit hv
astray ball, severing an arterv. He
bled almost to death before medical aid
rt ached him.
l)ci;iniiin to arrive
boxes and cases being1
rec ivel everv lav
wc must have room for
them have made
prices on nice, good
uroods that will clear cut
out this wanted shelf
space in such vigorous
manner as it was never
50 and 75-cent all wool and
silk mixed Dress Goods 42 to
4S inches wide,
25 mi 35c. a Yari
choice serviceable styles
splendid I'or girls' fall school
Fine Novel'y Mixtures, some
of which were a dollar fifty, lie
fore sold at
50c. a Yari
for early fall and traveling
suits, and separate dress skirts
they're money's worth u ".ap
proached Write for :saniples let goods
and pi ices show w hat a chance
I tilo l Vnnr Opwrf nnlly .
n rel;t tl trn cut?, r-b or mawi. a icen
eroii pin.lr te nimlnl of t hr muM n..u
litr t'Mtrrh nl Hay Fever Cure (KlyV Crram
Halm) uttlt-lrnt U drm-nPtrate tbe yret menu
t th retae.1 j.
it! Warren t.. New York City.
Kff .Inhn h'H.1. Jr . ol ret Kalla. M.mt.. e-
(Nimm -Dte! Kiy ? I'rmin Halm to me I ran "m-
irtnite tit Ma:emert. " a fMriMttve cure fT
rt-rah 11 ucl a .lim-te.1 " Kr. t-raorl W.
W. I'oole. I'A'tor Central I're. "hurch. Helena.
Kly'a'rei Ktlra in the acknowledge- rare
for ratarrh anl rnnialnw no merrury nor any
inrloa' .iitik l"rn-e in ent.
la life Mar ill I.I vine
I 'here ' an In ItIiIowI on earth m h I e
Oi a :e lor tu tnt'-rrn i.th n'mnelt. It the
uLliavi'7 nor l to r-t ti-. I m ioaar a -1
tome ol It dial" Ileal lorma. Thl la To rt ttl
eoit eon a a1 ram bnwerrr. l.tle a wrtth I vm
any man or wiman who et jo rol health
and la not. narra4 by a reiru:htal eooale e
The malarial poarae. heavl y latl o . la a 'erri-
lle one tor the imor auUerer to eni.ure. A re lea
ol lrtt!tiK. rcnrrnlDira anj taeatr the laat
learlLK one a limp and a strenKthleys a 1ih
rair. are bar a Indeed, recarrlnv as thev tin with
heidlrh tre alartty . Hontetter's St-.mifh Kit
Ura la tha world-wide knowt. treventtve an I
coratlTa ot this rlana ol maladla. el hrr in the
I rmcifiitu orleie-, hlil.oux reuittent, .luruh
auue and K" rake. Fr-ed with i-er.-istence
they will rely upon, eraulcnte d ifenae I rttu ti e
ytetn. 1 bey also conquer rhetimattnr , k 1.1 1 ey
ano Diatder ci.mplatnta. r e trouanta . dei8ia
'irer complaint and con -t patlun, and reuew
lil Inic atreiiKth.
Orphans' Court Sale
REAL ESTATE !
Hy virtue ol an order ol the rphans' Court ol
?miitrla oountT. fa.. t- me directed. I will ex
Mwe to fiubllc vale at the prernir-e In Allegheny
townnhip, uaumria County . l a., on
SATURDAY, SKIT. 1TH, 1807
at 2 o'clock, r. m.
All that certain piece or parcel ol land situate
in the lownehlp of Allegheny. Co'inty ol l ain
bria.and Stated I'ennatrlvaiit. adlnintr Ian. Is
ol (tonne Hatd. Henry i.ioer, I'e.er Mc'oy
Oeoiiee llaiancy, .oseph Sharp and Silas lion
more or leaa, and baring thereon erected a TWO
a barn and outbuildings.
Ten per rent. ol tbe purebara money to re paid
In hand at the time ol aale. the balance ot one
third at the onftrmatlon ol the rale, one-third
In aix months and the remaintnic third In twelve
months Irom the eonnrinailon ol ale IMIerred
paymenta to bear Interest and to be secured by
hy judgment bond and mor'traiee t the pur
chaser. KM O It Y l. SM 1 1 H.
Admlnl trator of the relate ot lohn H-.iiicherty.
A ieictirn) townrhlp, Auiruat 13. IW7 3t
Many f:irtii'r" in ( aini.rii rotintv ar
u-iiiit t In ll.itiK- t'nnf.irt liutitrf.
Ht' ar- l.'w of tti- many li-liiiitiiia's
' lia ve r-i- i vtl :
HaiitiK u -! a Uo-ne Comfort Kne hre years
we are pie:ed toay it artie en-ire -atir.ti.n:
lor l.eaiirii: and I akit u it i rUrior to all oit e
ranwra; it taking one It of (he luel ot our ..ru-r
-tor:ani.. lore eanl.ne i. it r.nn..t te aun-a:
and an ampit fu..ij ..t hot watr a all timr-a
.Mr and .Vim. Hakiei. "i'lirnt.
K" Mirg I'a.
I" J. t K M K.
Tip year airo we .nr tinned trr.ro one ot your
vabOnp a tlnuie t otul .rt kiovr and are plea d
to ui it vtre en ire it'-lirMl .n: It In a (Treat
inel saver: a sp'endid Laser; and i all and more
than rfg'ej'enied to le : rae w uld not i.arr witn
t ..r ( ire the price ol l.e ranire it we roule not
net another: we ran ct.eertuliv reeortitneo.i th
Home i ouit.,rt Kanve to atiTone wishing a tlrst
cla range. Kur clcanlinn and ou'aMiilT It
has n. r.itiul.
M.IZAKKTH YK I ...ret to. p..
... li.n .MH.l.trt. KIeurt'urK. I'a
We hr need the Home Com tort Kange tor
five ytars and are pie .ed to say It gives entire
atiaiartioi,: we would iot do without ours;
we wou i lerommend them -ve ah other.
J. 1 YM'KLtv',
Having used a Home Comfort liurr nr.
years we c n rl errluil v recommend It to anyone
wisumg a nrsi riass cooK.rig ranee.
J(iKI'H Ki KtMidliR.
.11 IK M. Bi 'I.AMi.
Tbe Bancs arc Sold
Direct From tbe Wagons.
OK VAU ABLE
Notice I hereby given that In tnrsnan-e i .
erder id the Court ot Common Pieaa. ol t.'iearrteid
rouniy. i a . tne unnersncne.l assignee ol Wil
am urran. ol il-.uti tale ooroiih will eti
to put. lie sale at the Central H..tel. In tbe I
ougn oi iiouti'iaie. !'(.. on
Farm for Sale.
The anderilgned will ve'l at private axle hrr
'arm In Alia ben township, one hau mi'euom
TO ol which are cleared wltb a good bouse and
barn, ant a plennlul supply ol good sprln
water. The larm will be sold at a bargain. For
rtreant terms apply to W. A H. UITLi.
MKS. M. Mc DLOAN.
PATENT VARIABLE FRICTION FrKD
work in the World
Received the Medal and Highest A ard
at the World" s Columbian Exposition.
Warranted the beat made Khirurle Mil la. Marhtnen
-ffS AT'y, Impugn,, of BUS (iT?
tt at krweat pneea. tSeod fur llluatrated Cu,i.ua
A. B. FARQUHAR CO.. LtxL.
KEITS WAITED "iT
THURSDAY, SKIT. 2ND, 1897
at one o'cl.-ck. r. w , the following described
irrw au'i pte. en oi laua. Lo-wll:
All that certain lot ol ground situate :n he
oi pangier. t.amtrla c.otnty. p
bounded and desrnled as follow.- MeKtnnlDg at
' corner ot rawtord avenue an I
Sou ill Kitth street: thence by line ol said Craw-
ior.1 avenue, in a northerly direct In &o leet to
to corner ol lot Nj nt.n-iiori H . thence br line
l lot N( M in a westerly direction 141 teet and
T5- im ol a to .( u line ol an alley ; (hence tor line
ol said al ey and South Kiuii street by V.iuaI
lines and parallel with ihe two tio.i lines to (be
" auown as 101. o. Ki. Section
A M that certain lot or ground situate In the
hort-uah ol pankler. Cawt.rla roun-T P
t.. ... n .4 .... ..... . . . .. .. y J -
o.. ..c- . a - oiiow.; Ufglnolng at
tbe northwest corner ol K.g'.er avenue and Kaker
street: tlien.-e by line ol said Kigier avenue In a
northerly direction .VI leet to tbe corner ol lot No
4-.'; m-nce t.y line ol said lot In an easterly dire-'
t.n Itl 7S loo leet to a pt on line ol alter
thence ( v line ol sa'd a.lev: and Haker street
ty hoes e. ial and parallel wah Urst two lines
to place oi egtnnmg and being; kuown as ,oi N
43. Section c. In said boiough.
Also a !1 that certain lot ol groond situate In
the l-orough ol Hastinas. too my ot Cambria
State ol Pennsylvania, founded and descrtle.l as
follows: Keginntng at a iR.st 7i leet sot thwe-t
Irom the soutnirst corner ol Heaver and Fourt h
street- ; southward along the line t said Hearer
street ad leet to a ki(, tl.ence eastward alonv
the norinrrn line ol lot ibl. iSo leet (u n alie -them-e
northwest along the line ol said alley ,
leet t. a .art; Ibcnce westward 1&0 leet to HeavTr
street the plau-e ol beglnniug. belna .' ol I. t oi
ground eonlKitiingV leet n Heaver Jireel and
extendi .g back 150 leet and t-ing i ' ol lot JSo
occupie.1 as a store room and dwelling; also a
stable and other outbuildings.
Kzeei.tlng and ree t og from all of the l..r.
said idescriM I,,,, or p.r.-els of Ke K-,a7e
ihe Coal ani Minerals aim . i , , l,p
and reserr. ,,0.n:t-.n..red, e.nM 1 .""?
..eedsoieonvei ance to William C urran tne aa
algtior. me as-
Ten rrent. ol bin to he paid when th.
hen tbe saie is conn med bythet-ourt P
JtiH.N i. ii.Arr,
Hna,r.ae. Pa . J.lfXHZTJ'--
Notice Is. hereby giver, that Altert I Met, I
" l'rtae N.r. .gh. hy dee.1 .., "
assignment assigned and tr.nalerre.1 to Vk- T
ders.gned all his pr. rty. reaT .mTDert.n U.
trust ,rtl,e iK-nent'ol 'ti Ali?eran
owing ..Id estate will please make immedT.?
paviuent.and tb.M h.rln claim. anl ,h.
said estate will present them t-rTia Lifi
eated lor settlement. ' utbeoil
.... . W. ALUSiMI,
. . n Asslaneeof Albert lurhl and wile I
I'orlaae Ta.. July l.mul. 16 6L.
37- NINTH ANNUA!
- f -i. : ?r iy v'-.f l-T.-Av
Opens Sept. 1, Closes Oct 16.
i SOnSA;. 1 Broofefi
a. I VI'- . . .
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aW M D
THE ABOVE ARE AM O M G TH E MAN Y N EW ATTH ACTI ONS TH SV tl
The WEDDING CEREMON
is by far the most important event of your life. Lut it is ,y.n (TJ.
iml it wi 1 take something more substantial to remiu l u.j t,'
This is the Wedding Ring of which I have a goo-l k 2 L
t i t. i c. t. t n
to fcit-ci innii a ;t nrsi Mei. viter iiiai vnu cun tfiiifLt
hajiness of married life by adding from t in id time h Li.Vt
King or any other nice piece of Jewelry y u iiity tliii.B vf
stock is always complete in everything in Hit lino fn-m & S i.
Thimble to a Diamond Rinr. You are inviteil to t all an l t'r
Granilc and Marble Woils.
J. WILKINSON ci SON,
M anufai't ur.-r of and IVai!er id
The Highest Grades of Cemetery Work
From the Uest Marble and Granite produced. We
are prepared to execute any class of work in lu linir
the largest and most elaborate monumental memor
ials and our reputation earned by years of cartful
consideration of our customers wants should entitle
us to your potronage. All correspondence will h
answered promptly and all work puaranteed as rci
A W .... - '
resenicii. Particular attention iven to the setting
of work. We are also agents for the famous Cham
pion Iron Fence for Cemetery, Public and Private
t "i i:
1 " 1
When You Visit
AJL TO OJ.l
JOHN KcCOKKELL'S CLCIE35.I3
l."fl KlMIMII A M M
where you will find the l:i:rt
finest and best selected tk 1,1
Men's, loys and ( hil Jrt-n's CI
ing. Hats, Caps and Gtht
niinfr Goods to le fuuni in
Cambria Count v people wh .. bM
been dealing with us in the
will find the same reliable eoods that we have alwavs ktn nt!
and at the lowest prices to be found in the city.
1300 Eleventh Avenue, Altoona, Pa.
i use ink, of rourve, ni.ist evert one .he. T.it-n voti ii:
to learn tltat haw U--ii able to pla.v U f..re i.tir trallr- tl.r- r I V
sortltit-til to U' lia.l. We have an ink f..r line wntins.' ati.i i-
that neither fa.les m.r tirr,ls. If voti us.- c.i.v:ni: ink -r !
iH iima sin,., we have the kin.I of ink v.m tfan - If v.ki net 1 a
a i .ste or uhie that will sli. k anvtliinjr", we tan sni t lv v. u -ink
Man.! is unique. Stop in an'.l ee our st4-k.
BAYSIONS' - DRUB S
Carriage and Waaon Shcp.
Havinjr o.h ne.1 up in the shop latelv o.ftipie.1 hv J. A. l-.nev in il
r.leitslHirv, I am prepare.! to .lo all klmls ol Wat:in an.l t arrive W " k
notu-e anaat rea.nal.leternis. Carrta-e Triti.miiV, OfJiioi atul
niAhe.1 to rler. tin Km taken f..r Si.ri.o, Wo...... .i i- ;
Spet-ial attention given to Repair Work and fainting an.l atifa
H. E. BENDHiv
Formeriv ot wo..-
CLINTON STREET, JOHNSTOWN,
Oflers the Greatest Advantages to liopl
in Ehcnsburnr and vicinitv. We are tlu' nl11.
Central Depot for Drv Goods, Millinory.
Furs, Cloaks and Suits. Samples sent on application.