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THE FOREST REPUBLICAN.
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J. E. WENK.
Office in Suiearbangli & Wouk Building,
Kl.M bTllkKT, THINKftTA, PA.
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each insertion.
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scription at reasonable rati s, but it's cash
on delivery.
EST REPtJBLIGAN.
VOL XXX IV. NO. 3!).
TIONESTA. PA., WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 1. 1902.
$1.00 PER ANNUM.
FOR
BOKOUGH OFFICEHS.
liniynj.-T. K. Itiiehoy.
(Hnciltnrn.l. ' !'''. W. K Illiun,
rim. Chirk. T. K. AriiiMrniiir, lr. J. l
Iiiinn, ! li",'"'i. Mm".
.fo- vl It" I'taeeV. A. Itmiilall, S.
J. Sot ley.
lintnMe II. K. Moody.
IWrrroi N. J. S.tloy.
.( iirivtor U. W. lloleiimi., J.
K. Wenk.j. C. Soowilon, i'atriek Joyce,
V. W. l.roo, It. L. lUslot.
FO K fciST COUNTY OFFICERS.
Arather of 'tnirrr.1 . K. I'. Iliill.
Manlier o .Senate. A. XI. Nooloy.
AMMhlll. l. Ihllltl.
t're. intent JivltirW. XI. 1,'iidsnv.
A.iwemte .iniir II. It. t'rawloid. V.
II. II. Iiollcrer '
' A'l'KiMiy, ItrgUlerJt Recorder, Ac.
Jolin II. Kohortsoll.
Sheriff. J. W. I iiuio-on.
VniMtiei- Frd. A. Keller.
Ooii.tinoiioiiein K. XI. Ilotiiuu, John
T. I'hi'xoii. J. T. hitlii.
Ihitnei itiiirnetiS. I. Irwin.
jmV 'loi'iii-i.tiourTa l.ovl U. Hoy-
tl lil. Peter Yolllick
Onoiiei llr. J. W. Morrow.
i nnniy I mior I. It. I'mk, It. J.
t-'l vim, . I.. Kinir.
i mn,j Vnici iutemfiif K. K. Ntiuin-
K,r
Ci-Muhir Terms -f I'oorl.
Koiirlb Monday of V lir.mry.
Third Xlondnv of XI ay.
Fourth Monday ol scptoinlior.
'I'bird Monday of November.
Church auU Muhuiilh ist-ho.l.
Prmliuerian Salihatli School at tMn a.
in. : XI. K. Sabbath Sehool at H:IM n. in.
I'reacliinti n XI. I'., t'hiircli every Sab
bath even. i.tl bv Itev. O II. Niekln
Pieaclo ltr in 'the F. XI. Church every
Sabbath cveiiinir al tlie usiml hour. Itev.
Meirvv. Paitor.
Her. ices in the Presbyterian Clnireh
everv Sabbath niorninu and eveninit,
Itev.' J. V. McAninch ollicialinir.
Tee rciriiltir iiieotinirs of the W. C. T.
II. are bold al the headquarter on the
second and loiirtli Tuesdays of each
in nib.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
PI J F.ST I ,i 1 1 li i No. :li it, I. O. O. F.
I Xi ti every Tuesday ovolllnK, ill Odd
Fellows' Hall, 1'aitndne liiilldiuK.
I ,V i 'IKS I' l,il'iK, N.t. Isd, AO. U. YV.,
I Meets every I'Yld.lV eVolll nit III. A . '. U.
V. II. ill, l ion. ta.
flAPt'.'.F.t. It'll'; STOW POST, No.JTl
VV (1. A, It. XI -uta l"l ami 3d .Monday
eveiiiiin in eiuii ui.nitii, in A. O I'. .
Hall, rioeeaia.
( TAl-T. 'iF.oKUIC M'OW ttlKPS, No.
v 1.17, V. It. t'., inoct-i II rat and tliir.l
SYedne-nliiy eveninir ol each iiioulh, in A.
. U. W. liall, Tiniiexia, Pa.
'pioSF.STA TF.N I", N. bit, K . O. T.
1 XI., iin-eii -ud and -I 111 WwliieMilay
rveiiiuKiu earli uioiitli in A. O. U. .
hall Tione-.la. Pa.
T. 1
KITCIIFY.
A TTOIINKY-AT-I.AW,
Tioiieiia, Pa.
SII WVKKY V MUX'N,
Al l' UtNKYS-Ar i.VV,
Warren, Pa.
Practice In Fore-o Co.
C. XI. Sll IWKKY, OKO II XlfNN.
J W. XIOIIIIOW, M. V.,
Plivslcian, Suriteon Ieuli-.t. '
Ollleo anil ltc-ii.b lliri-e ibaira norlh
of Hotel A(fnew, Tione-.ta. Protesiional
imiI.i iroiiiHly responded to at ail hours.
I)
It. F.J. ltoVltl,
Physician .V Suiueon,
TlnNKVI A, PA.
Dll. .1. IV I'l NN.
PHYSICIAN ANI SIHUFON.
Olll-e over llealh t(' Kllllller'a store,
YioncMia, I'a. I'mffssioiml calls roniit
y rnHiinled to at all hours nihility or
liiiht. Iti'sidence Xlay St.
UK. J. D.tiltKAVFS,
P .vsicmii ami Snrueon
Oilli-ea'id residiiie.. above for is C.
National Hank. t'oun'y Plione No. I.
1 It. I.ANSON,
T. KK V I, F.S TATK.
rionesla. Pa
HoTFI. WF.A VF.H.
K. A. WK.WFK. Proioielor.
Tola lioiel, I'oniierly the l,aroni'e
House, has undergone a I'oinideleciianue,
and is now uir.iished with al the mod
ern iinirovenienls. Healed and lighted
M .iimlemi Willi natural L-ai. bathroouis,
biit ami eohl water, etc. The ooinlbi Is ol
quests never iieitlecied.
f 1HSTK.U. IIOCSl-.,
V t (iKItoW .V oF.ltOW Proprietor.
Tionsela, I'a. This is the uiosi centrally
locatisl hotel in tin- ihice, and has all the
modern Improvements. No pains will
be spared to make it a pleasant atoppniK
place for the tiaveiimi public. First
class l.iverv in connection.
pilIU KM F.ltT
FANCY HOOT A SIIOKXI AKF.lt.
Shop III Wallers hillldilm. Cor. I'. I III
am! V aliiut streets, Is propari d to do al I
Kind-of custom work from tnc iii.i-st Ui
Mie coai sest and Kiiarautec ins work to
itive srfis'i satisfaction. Pnaupt atten
tion driven to mending, and prices rea
unable. r
At THE '' !!:-rs uxivihsity,
ti.-i--'-n, I'b.
Thn ireet pi a 1 1 , jp-to-1it P-ii
tnesi Tfdilnlr i- iiool in Pnnay Uants).
give our e; Jdenti bril-
I illl b ;.M in fjii Tur
tle. lire u 'y !'"ri3. upon relpt
of ;ritti r. r r -ti .
Our rr r r-s'dinf ptl-
l'.cn of i. . ; in mil pmrit
r tt.s UnittJ sutrit.
tar fit" 3 -t i mlfir , t1rc,
THE IAKfii B-iiJhWii L'SIVthoITT.
A.C.UREY,
LIVERY
Feed & Sale
STABLE.
Fino Turnouts at All Times
at Ttoasonablo Rates.
Itt'tir ol' llolfl lV'av'r
TIOHESTA, IP-A..
IVIt pliou .o. ZO.
Fred . (J ret t enberger
ti KN Kit A I j
BLACKSMITH & MACHINIST.
All work iierlaiuinu to Xlncliiuery, Kn
itines, Oil Well Tools, lias or Water Fil
tiuirsand i etieral Itlacksiiiilliing prompt
ivdone al l'W Itates. Pepairin .Mill
Machinery trtven MssMal aitentioii, and
-alislaction Kuaiaiitii'il.
Nhop in reitr of and just west of the
haw House, Tidioiite, Pa.
Your patroiiauo solicited.
f it K 1 1. i It KIT F. N It V. Id i F It .
OFTICIAU.
Otliro V 1) Niittntml liiiiik Muiltli iiu,
OK, CITY, I'A.
Kyoi XHiiititi free.
KxrlllMivt'lv nttjral.
. I. HASLET & SOU
GENERAL MERCHANTS,
Furniture Dealers,
AND-
UNDERTAKERS.
TK'VKSTA, PKNN.
fa- J
t. ' ,.-. ui i-K i, . ..CT.i!?ia .
Till: VIsIULE WKITINO
OLIVER
TYPEWRITER
Slpiwa every word ai
i.riilcn; alir;in perlect
lv, am! needs leant rj'
pa r. Write for eaia
loue all I ct name of
nearest representative.
At" nl in all leading
cil'us.
Tho Oliver Typewriter de
ceived tho Gold Medal, High
est Award, at tho Buiialo Ex
position. THE OLIVER TYPEWRITER CO.
107 Lake wt . Ciiicaso, III.
THE OLD RELIABLE
LIVERY STABLE,
-Or-
TIONESTA, - PENN.
S. S. CANFIELO. PROPRIETOR.
IliHid Sbs'k, liiHsl Carriages and Hiik
(Ties to let upon the most reasonable terms.
Tie will also do
JOB TE A.EI3ST3-
All onier IHl hL tho INrnt Ollice wil
ncfivn irninit uttf'iiiinn.
lennsylvania
IIA1LKOA1).
P.l'FFAU) AND AM.KCIIENY VAL-
LKY DIVISION.
Takinir elfwt, Nov. .Id, 1101
No.HU Itullalo Kxpress, daily
except Sunilav 1 1 : " a . m.
No. 32 oil rit v and Pi t-bunr
Kx ress, daily, except Sunday..7:"0 p.m.
For 1 1 ickory, Tid ioute. Warren, Kinzua,
llradl'ord.t Mean and the Fast:
No. al illean Kxpress, daily
ex s-pl Simibiv H:.Via. 111.
No. a:i I'ltKbiiru Kxpress,
daily except Sunday 4::!! p. in.
For Time Tables and nd li'ioual infor
ination ..ii-mi ticket Ait-nt.
.1. It. lll'Ti'MINSON. J. K. WOtil)
(ieueral XLinser. Uen'l PK.ein.r
IX D A VQ M'VFIt l lsKin
1 1 M 1 Tills PAPF.lt.
" ' . J 7 k
REBELS AGAIN ACTIVE.
Another Attempted Revolution
In Colombia,
The trailer I (iriierat I term r a, Who
ntitulaitMl Lasit Yrar Tlia ftovera
iiirnt Srnre a Tujj From th Fa nam a
anal CiHiipany 1i Transport Troit
tu Ali'vt the In nrrntm.
COI'ON, Colimiliiu, Ike. al via tal
I 'sloii.- (Ii iu ral Hrrrrra'H ixpiilitiou
Itlhlt l nt 'l'o)i..,i, Ut HI. in the 1-iln-rul
BiriUIHTH litis, I'lllit'Il and 4 11 1 1 11 it. Tliif
latter were ur)iuidiiit-l by Hailing vt-H-
IliiM'tu is llir Kriiiial wliu ritiitulatrj
i ruiiuiiui last yviiv. II o is t-onsidnvJ
tt Ti1 one of tlir htsl if imt the lust gou
flltl tliH Vi' ullltiullist HSN('.-S.
The uvri'iMiu-nt ulll ialn uip takinu' (It1
cUivi iiu'iisiiiVH tu iiu-ct ull iossi(tiliticrt,
A Ht 4-u in tur liliniriii: in 'lie i'luuima
Ciiiinl luiiijuiuy nt I'uiiHiiia wart N'iired
oa Satiiiilay to transport titins.
RAILROAD COLLISION.
Kmr Persona Klllnl and tluhtfrn FxstL
uiiljr Injiirrd.
llIK'AdU. l'Of. ;i'.-l'onr piTHous
wire Uilli'd aul IS injnn-il,' scvt-rul if
tin in io-iliy falal in h coilisiitn -m the
UiaiiK't uii'l .Noi-tliwistcrii i;iili-..nl yijt
tculay at Malta, Ills., Hi miles west of
1 liiru-.'ii. The tiaiiis in eolliion were the
"Omaha Hyer," an i-ustlnniiul iasMi-iiuT
tiam at! mi iaslHHiiil freight train.
The wreck (aiiiit tire and two asfii
WT nun lies, one sleepiiij; euueh ami eilit
Height ears were liinieil uinl iiliutlier
HlnpiiiL: tar was partly roiiMinieil.
The ill nil are:
(J in j;e W. liihliu. westi-ru aavut of
the Kirk Soap nmipi.tij .
.Mis. (;inr'e W. ltmliti, Uninhu.
U. O. .irh..ls. foniieil itlutVs, la.
K. It, I 'iiiii uu, bleeping ear porter,
I'liii a-o.
A ihji the injareil is Itei t Chit of
Willett, N. Y., who was ianlly tut ami
LtrnNf.l,
In;nirl passi nc"rs w re attended itn -nirtliatriy
hy kiu'isiiis I'mm Ko' helle nml
Ie K: lit antl later im ivniureil to St.
Km1 e'a hnpital, i'l ('hiean.
Tie fi-ri-ht hi" tal. fii a tiilinj: at
M-ii i. I'lit the train wad hm ;:! than
ih'- s 1 T i 1 1 r ami the freight loeijinuttve
n'ltn iiil ' at the Kwitrli, the paswiiirer
ei ne '.'tiiiL' ll'inwn into the ilitrh ami
k . ?;iI euiK hfs pilintr upon the wreek.
'1 he cars ai-ht ln from the loei
inntive.
FROM BROOKLNY BRIDGE.
Voiiei: Man Krniii Mlil.ltet.iwil N. V.
Jiiinppil Into lbf Itlier anrl l Alive.
M:' VdlJK, Dee. Sll. .lolm Pinnver,
n y.iMnu' iilioe:ile lioiior ilenler of .Mid
l i. v ii .V. V. in. 'I son of a retired
ilinl'T in tlie s.llue line of tllis eity. es
teldny jumped fl' '111 tile P.ronkiyii bridue.
He is Mill iilive at n hospital, where the
I'hysiiians it will be iniiiosiblv to
trll for toiiiie liuurs wluiher lie will re
cover. Wluit iiiused Piniiiier to take the lonif
jiuni into tin- Kiist river is not known,
lllib'ss iiis nivli expliit'iltitill is iii-eepleil,
lb' mm ;i,'.'il to le i Hie iloetois t lul t lie
siuiily u.ijHnl to see if lie eoiihl do it
or not,
'I lie l lii Will taken ill tlie ufteriliHOI
from tlie uinleis near the New York
tower. A iioitoriiiitn saw the mini iro
OVi'l' Ull'l llnlilieil Illl I'llieer. Tlie puliiv-
nian on i:axioi; into the river saw the
jumper Hlriiuuliui: in the wutir. The
eriiim nt Iiik Ibiniel l.ai.iuiit was
in a r. loiM iiil a beat n ml the hum w as
li lnd out. apparently lifeless. Hlood
stiviiuie,! from his nose mid uiuutli.
yuiekly taken to a hospital, he 'ny uu
eonsi ions fur lunirs, tiieu invoke and
I "I'l w ho he w as mid w liy he had taken
the leap.
M hit I. S.il.l oflllm la l .1. Mr lull 11.
MII'lH.inoWN, Ih-r. ;ill.-.lnllll s.
I'ii'uvi r, whit jumped flout the Brooklyn
I'liilu'e. is UllllllU'i'l' of II wllille!!le liipior
store owned by his father. Saiiuie! Pin
over of New York. John left his board
hm house here last niht sayiim- lie
noiilil return at niti'it. lie has been
piaetii iiii: for New Year's day ntliletie
itiiiuea ill eotuiei tiou w ith the Y. M. t'. A.
lie has been tuelaiii lioly of late and
hinted III' tniullt eollllllit sllii iile, altllulltll
his tu ipiiiini. lin es here in lieve he made
the jump to aehi 've imtoriety.
SHEEP MADE TO WORK.
Van ken t:irnT l'i4 Tin in Kir rwr to
It ii ii II trfani Hnraliir.
liiAXKUx, .. ii.. He.-. :: . Uinju-
luin 1. I'aviilM'ii believes ill i:iriii; his
hie sloek plenty of exereise duiim.' Hit'
winlrr in. on iii nml he has reeeiitly de
I'isi ! u si io'ine wliii-h not only keep his
slnep il, pin. I 111 II illl. but ui v s them 11
vluinee to earn tiieir "keep." .Mr. I'av
IiImiii lias triiii'd his woolly tiuimals te
fiirnidi power to run a ereaiu separator
"id has no ilulii ulty in K' ni-raiiiv
enough power to save his hired help a
lot. of work.
A small treudiiiill, niiiile espeeiulty for
fftiuill iiiiiuiiils. was piireliusiHl nud set
up in the eieaiieri. l'or several weeks
Xlr. 1'nwiUoii wits kept busy triiiuini;
Hie yoiniL'it members in his Umk of
shiH'p o keep iiiovnn; while on Hie end
less hill. After a time Hie sheep took
kindly to the task nud went alom; nt n
respeetuh'e paee. When one sheep Ket8
weary another is put into the treadmill
mid the separator keeps tpd'n:.
rot'.Uion ef Ireficlit Train.
Tll'I'IN. .. I'ee. ."I. I'our lueu may
die lis the result of a collision between
fn ilit trains en the Pennsylvania road
near hero yesterday, inineer Keister
mill . .1. i'liadivii-k. operator at Ytirsiiw
J .not ion. were buried under debris a ml
were marly fn zen. Tinman Hell and
lbakeuiaii t'osL'rove were thrown 100
fwt into a -ortili lil and will probably
lie.
Were Too Obi In Get Married.
I'A N A. III.. Pee. ::ii.-.li,hn 1". V. Kel
lar. amd the wnilthiest resiih ut of
Holland township, rtiil .Mrs. Sar.ih ("an
fe Id. a.' d .!, v eie to have been mar
li. d. V. Io n the, , nine before the iniu
ister they de, i, led ihejr were ton old sud
:l ted i-ood frieinls.
iNuUSTRIAL COM 81 NATIONS
$inti.l;c Kitriii.liiol at U'sslriitftou tor
Isa ( it poralboi .
WASlllMiTDN. I ie. ;il. C'.-iih.is
itaiistifs iiiiole ,uh ie y. steri'ny on iu
li.stlial lolubiliatioiis sl.uw a total ail
.hoiied eapitiili.atiou Xlay ol, I'.mil, for
the 1 s 1 i orpoiatiuiis repotted of .i.iioT,-4-il',-i.ti
ami lapital si oik i.ss.ud :i,os."i,
iI.S.,S. (If (Ins the iiuth'irizisl eapital
uu hides JJT'I.IlT.L'.'si in boii'ls; l.L'.V.l,
oiii.M'il in iiielerred slwk mid f.OTT.-
1 -.".1 lOllllllOll stoi-k.
The t-1 1 -1 1 :l 1 stock issued eoluprises
Slli.H'.', i.V.I ill hotels; I.IH:ii,..L,.l,!lii.'I ill
lirrleireil stoek llllil ? 1 ,S"J,li2, 1 4li eolU-
ltion sto-k.
The total value of all tlie products of
the comiiiiiatioii reported is l,tilil.i!,.'o,
iiil. '1 lie 1-1 eiirpoiatii'tis reported etu
p.oyed illl avel :me of '.V. Ill, P. lj w ae-eit 111
ers retiivini; ll'i.o.'U.Tlo iu wimes. Kui
plo.i tut m alo was jriveu to UI,.tSo sa'a
ried otlniiils, clerks, etc., receiving a tu
tal ef y:L'.ii.Vi.i,JS in salaries. Xliseel-
hllliolls eM'Us,s of Iheik; co.llbillllt ions
ukH jinted Slol.N"l.nT7. Total cost of
iiiaicriiil used was si,iil,,",.(is.!,sh.
'I'll'- i.i'o.ss vu'tle of products, less the
lalue of material purchased in partly
iiianuf.icl'iied tui-iii, j:ivcs the net or true
value of the products ,f tlnse coiuhiua
lions as Sl,(i."il.!iM,.,S!i. This represetita
the im f. ase in the value of the raw ma
terials n suiting I'loiii the various pro
ci s of maiiiiCacture.
The lvt cot porutiens i'"itorted control
'J.iC.I plants, tlmt were active ! mint: the
census yar nud 171 reporied as idle
during that period. The returns show
nn aveiaae of II intive plants to each
corporation. Over per cent, of the
total number of such corporations were
'bin u i-t .l ilurinu' the IS months from
.1: n. 1. IS! it. to .iitue .".ii. 1 1 II M I.
The sialistics of industrial combina
tions exclude :d! coipnrations iiiiiiiufac
ttirin ami ilistrihutiui; i:as and electric
liliht uinl power, it heiinr impossihle tu
tun" all of the lutier uud they do not
K' l.i i.iliy posKesa the saute eeonouiic
siirniliciiiice.
'The returns show that the iron nud
steel industry is at the head of the list
witli a (truss product of .f.'iii.s.iijii, N
which is more than double the value
of the product of any other croup except
fool ami kimlreil pr.rducts. nud represents
nearly utie-tliird of tit tutu! moss value
of product:, of nil the industrial comhin
ntioiis. Tlie capital invested nud value of pro
il u ts ill the various classes of inlustrial
coinliinnti'iii.-i icspci tie!y follows: iron
and steel mid their products ydlt.TTU,
!i.'i4 and ?.ii'S.HJii,,so.
1'noil ii ii 1 1 allied products .'ilii.'ioj.i'kll
uud N-.'.f i-s.CM.
Chi luii ii Is ami nlliul roducts 17o.
IKOS7 ami Mv.,.:inl,74.
.Metal sand metal products other than
iron uud steel N 1 l.s.o l;l. Illl ami Sl.sn,.
l.".l.7it.'!.
l.h"ots and beverai;cs 1 IS. IS'.i.lo.H nud
!t::.io-,.'.'7i.
Yihi'hs and land tiausportation .s,").
!ii "i.i;,s:! nml svv.is.;,,.. t:;,
'Toh.icco s Hi. UU.ST.s ami 7i.t.'i4.ii-!l
TtMi'is bis.iioii 71,.sss.l'ii2.
Tether inn I its tiliishi'd products Ni;j,
744.IH1 and Sl.'i.nsi.s!).
Paper mi, priniini; ."ill.-J71,ii'.'l uud
$1I.I!M17.
'lav, u'ass nml stone products $hi,
N77s and ISJ.'S.jr.lSJ.
Lumber anil its manufactures .$'M.47(),
I'sl ami s-.M.:i7.si.",.
.Miscel'ai us in luslricH 4l.i,4iN,S'i!l
nml .s is.i;i!,,.n7;j.
DEWET ROUTS BRITISH.
Iturr fO'iipr:il CHplure. 4o Men and
Tun tiling
1.(1X1 'I IN. Iiei'. 1!7. The following
dispali h has is-eu received from I.ord
Kib Iteiier. dalcil .loliaiinesliui c:
"liemial Iluudle rcpoits that Hie ni.-ln
Of Pee. Jl Colonel l illuail B Cllllip lit
Zeefonteii', lonsistii. of thus' coin
punies of yeomanry nud two cutis, was
success! till)- rushed by a stroiuj Com.
lllttllilo lllider Pewet.
"It is feme, I the casualties wore heavy.
Two ri v'inii tits of I.i-ut Horse are put
sitinc the T'ocrs."
Itoer rcsistJiui e has always been very
stromr iu tlt.it part of the (lrau'e Kiver
colony, which was the scene or (ieueral
liewet's Chibinias coup. A cleat ipiad
rnne'e of block houses is bcin hui.t
there, the four points of which nn Yer
renicii'C, Yo'.ksi'itst, llarrisutith uud
Kii olisi.ult. At the sotiiheast comer of
this until .in uK' is n lone open space,
from Hetl.liheui to I iiullcy. where the
stptare of blockhouses is still incomplete
nud here Pewet innde his attack. Col
jm l I'ii tniili's force probably amount! !
to 4'ni men and the disaster, especially
the loss of the enns. the possession of
which nuiv enable Pewet successfully
to attack the h!o khoiises, creates a
disturliiuc impression.
Invr,eitn of Wii'p. for Kutlrnail M.'n.
I'lT'TSllTKC. Pec. ST. All railroad
companies iu l'itlsburc district yester
day c'uutcil iiicvciisis to brakeniati and
yiirthio ii uinl yard liremeu. 'The utb
luhce is practically the scale which the
men tried to fotce several wis-ks' nco by
striking uud failed. 'The otlh-iuls say
the inhume is civil because lite ynrtl
hilniiliiii in litis tlistriit tins Ihh'OUUi
more tlillleult to lin in 1 ' - mid puts much
extra woik on the iitcu.
Four IVitpln K-llfil In LaniUliile,
i.YNrmtl i;:. VaM iee. ;u-A i
luii'lsli.lt mi the I'lusapeake V tMiio rail
load Hear Keiitns Statinii, five lnihs
south ef I.yi liliir. on the .James river
hramh h.st ei iiin eansi-d a wreek in
wliich the eiiiiici'i', enmlihtor, liieiimn
and la-.'-a-.TMiin nf a pisfiiiT train
were kilhd and several olhr person iu
jurt'd but none f them seriously.
Two llnnitrril rron Irowud.
t a x i : i : i : , m m oei o. i ee. : u a
wati rpnat ha ; Imrit over th town of
SafT"e, M proiro. It ininlatel the lower I
part of the town fur the upaee of 2 j
hour, rweepin;; everything into the xi-n. !
Two hini'lri'il pi ruie are reports. 1 to
have been ilroMiitl. I'herw are no Kuro. !
pi-niiH aiiiou the ih ml.
lle.iioolent taoiirr Kill. Illimeir.
i.irn.K KAl.l.s. x. v., lce. :!o.-
.laities Kin l, n . ell to-do farmer of
Mai In int. went to his Imt it yesterdny
lll'l '. I "I llllltself hy culling his I In out
uilll II razor. II'' llild hecll llespoiulellt
oM-r u luurl his" uhich went uaiit
1 nn.
RJNAWAY TRAIN.
Whtlf (soiuii SU
lli Ti :!(-'.
SCKAXTOX,
tin p. V; Westr:
ih aw u li i i.
the hiavy M.-
DM Ultilill i ,i i !
;,!. n Hour It sliiinnd
II li.i.. I mir Hn.
I'a., I .. 'JS.-An nu
ll vat " r :n I toal train
n. i ii ii away mi
t ;l !' u "iiitf liV the
S ;a'it":i ; i' isi n ca-t
of Toy trili', Wayne eoiiniy, yest-rilajr.
Xi j;;- lr. :;tiii I'a rk. i'l passiuy a
witcli rm.r. it jiioiptil (he Ii, m-'.. pliumiiu'
iiiL Hn;v!i n hi'l (': neai ! lDO fM't. The
engine an l l! f-ua lula tars, all I'tadeil,
w :e pili t in a u !;!. Toitr iu u wrie
kiil-l as fiilhitti:
KiiL'iaie,- WhiliiiL'. u( Mayli 'hl Vanh.
rireiiMii Chaih' Millar.?, Carliuu-la!-.
Two triiiiiliieu, Vilmse liaine are ii"t
yet kihinn.
'oiuhut'ir J'niiili estapetl thatii. hut in
li.'Hlly injurrtl.
Tin' ti;n k- were em'ere.l with cleet nml
Minw ini'1 the ail lu-nUri reftisinu to
work a'lnweil tin- tiaia to ain Kiieh head
way th it it iliill id iliiwn the iiioinitain
wilh 1 tM-ri Mi1 speeil, p; sin Winwootl at
thf rate of Ml miles an hour.
Mil? I lit t ii'lit Tor liuy Vtitv.
CI.KAKl lKI.n, li., 1W. 17. -An-otlnr
Ulii"-. the Mtli sim e the work
Im''Iii. ot-eurre'l alnaK the line nf the
Wi t Hianih railio.el eoiineet inn last
uiirht. A I the pail its, as iu t.i previmis
i-asts. aii- neur.ies. lh-it Perkins shot
mil il;in'y kilh-il Amlrew Hawkins
ju-t n itsi'h- tlie forniei V i-ahin near lh
Shawsvi 1" tunnel. si miles from here.
A wnuiaii. whi. it is vail, tame north
w ith llitw i ins, ileseiletl him S i inlay ami
we.tt to live with IVt.vius. 11iiwkin.4
wei.t to Perkins' eal-in. swearing he
wouhl have thf woaian or Ii!--. I. I'erkias
iliil net ::h e I: ii i a (hnu.t 1 lema.il
eitlier, hut sliot him mt s-iu ami eseaiied.
Lively Tn il With Tr.i itpi.
PKAVKU l'AI.I.S. Pa.. iee.
Three tramps who hat) taen possess! on
of en euipl) lio tar o:i siiulhlioiiml
freight train on the PittsStiru iV lai'0
Kiie rai!ii a !. driven away the erew nml
Imi't n I u (ii;- on !m- (lour of the ear,
were iinestnl liele l.y Chief of Police
Sliaytr a'.il a ;-s? se nf ot- wa at the
reiplest ot Vu1UU t"W! iai i;il.l nlUrials.
The tr.nnps, o;i h v-, tile other two
white, ma !e a !;r'iate i si-:ime, Tlie
huli( lni:i p!aee ia the i!ark on a pile of
clinker an l u t en - i;(a,.ei iiijiny ot
home kii.it.
l)nrtrr I f 't -tii I.
;i:Ki;sr.i k;. M.e. u;.- Mae Me-
I'laiu, a il- serier from the I'nileil States
Uavy, wjis (aitiiretl hie ly iMective
Charles Miller, of Phi'alephia. Me
Cain's hou.e in in S ru!i sreeiisliuix.
Sense time nuo, it is ehaii-il. he sprang
from the torp '( hoat PnhV'i'een one
flaik niht a:.l kw;:iu ashore, lie eamu
direet to his hi. ni", wlvie he repre-a-iiien!
lie was on leave of ahseiuv. He was
assistant eiuriueer ,(n Chailislou
iluiiiv, the Sp-uiish-Ameriean war.
AceiiHPil of tiitmoml ttohlmry,
WKST lIKllMiKWATKi:. Pa.. Hee.
Harry l.iuu was arrestetl lipfe, ae
cuseil of stealing two valuable iliamoad
riim from the St. Clmul hotel at this
p.ai e. lie was enmuiitteil to the jail
ut Peaver in ilefault of .LlMiit hail, lie
is sain! to have intereil the liedrooiu of
M. alsh, the prnoietor, who was ill
ami asleep, while the family was at
Cluistmas dinner.
R'tl ntml Mrn'ii Whsj i ttntupd.
ta:i:i;.vn.i.i:, Tu., n, . js.-six
liuiidretl employes of the Tittshut'K,
Itesseni"!' A: Ttike TJrie railroad have
been llotihcil of till ilicr, use ol 1" p"l'
cent, in leasts coiuiueiit iur .l.tn. 1. '1 lie
raise applies to comliictors, hrakeuieii,
switchmen, engineers and tiremeii, nud
was vuluutaty on the part ot the com
plin)'. in; us in ititit:K.
XTI'S-'i'he Miii'lst'iuv company ship
ped u I.II L'e l olisimiiucnt of ehillaware
to Honolulu yesterday.
UKAVTli TA1.I..S-The hurtemlers ot
tlie lteaver valley have he, mi organized
hy 1'. I.. Schv. art., L'- tieral ori.iiiiier of
the American r'c.lcratioii of l.ahor. Mi.
Srh,uiU will stmt unions anioiu' tlie
teaillstel-s. hot etirriels, slioeliiakcrH,
painters and cuMiIcih.
MOW t'ASI'i.i: -The lentil contpicii
tiinis u liich have la en liiiulerini! the
completion of the Xeiv t'astle Lowell
railway line are heiiu; renioved. .IiuIku
Walhue litis just dissolved the injunc
tion issued upon petition of Tertliiiaitil
Kincaid. of this city, to restrain the
company from luyhm its trucks over his
property iu Mahoning township.
DA KM i INT 'The owueis ,,f il. Ve
roiiii norls at aviiioitl prcsctitetl all
the men iu their employ who were mar
ried with a tine lurl.oy for ('liiisliu.it
dinner.
WAKKl'.X-Kolln Hawkins, the Xew
ton Tails limn w lio shot his w ife dead
ami failed iu uu nttcuipt at suit i-le, was
scuteiicctl hy .Indue tlilluiei- to fotu
years ill the peniteiitiuey.
STKIXtlTIT.I.I'-.Mrs. i:ii.alsth (Jol
ehta, of Spriuifihil.', who was hadly
benteii and rohhed hy two men found
in her house, is still iu u tlanp iuus cuu
Uilioti. (.l:i;i:.SI.I K'i-In a collision Ito
twecu two freight Iraiiis on the South
west road utility cur- were had!)' hroken
Up uinl Inline delayed. Iltiuiel 'i'ruxal,
a lireiuuu of Yi.ui i;w ood. w n s injured.
NKWA UK - Thomas V. Thillips, pros
eciitius.' utloiiicy "I l.iil.iui: couniy, has
lih d his petition askiiii; ihiiuuKes from
Atldisou ('. I liekiiiMin. proprietor of the
Xewnrk Anieiicau Trihiiue, in the sum
of .v.'n.iKiil for lihel.
C'ON'XKI.I.SVII.I.K 'aptiiiii llilsteatl
A. Crow has sent his resijuutioii as cuh
tain of Company I'. Tcnih reuiiuent, N.
U. V.. to Colonel .I. T.iiruett.
i;i:a i:ii falls ii eii Uu the
Cashdolhir farm, owncil hy a eoueeru
here, took tire nml destroyed the entire
eipfipillclit of the llell.
SEW CASTI.i: llerniird lleiknian,
owner of the Titislutri: cloihiut; sici..
tllllile UU lissitilllenl to Chnrles .M t-
thew s. e-cotitiiy sherifT, for tin- hem .p
of iiis crc.liioi's.
MANSlTKI.l' -C. A. Koyd, u com
I'dinii with ". Knu Time Keceptiou." had
his left hand lacerated hy the explosion
of a l':i nk curt i idtfe useil luring the
.erfoi ui. t m e.
1.115b CtiUPitY BUHItD.
iB)dy Was Found Floating
In the River.
Ceronsr Jury Reported Tltat Rhe Had
Iteeu .Miirtlere'l Nml llrilervil 'ii.iinr
Wilcox llelil Tlie Iteinaiii. Were Takeo
t ltriMk-yu, V V. lor IliiriMl lly Her
l iirle On hmoluy.
i:i.I.AI!i:jll CITY, X. C, Dec. JS.
Tivu weeks of mystery ami speculation
is tu the fate of .Miss Xellie Cropsey
terminated yesPTtiuy when the hotly of
the ni'ssiu;; irl wus found ttoatiug in
Ihe river opposite her father's home. 'The
itoity wus discovered hy .1. 1. Stilluuin, u
lishei man. All the . cariiiK uppurel was
i.t ut nil the exception of tlie luhhcrs
vvlii. ii the i.'irl wore on the uit-'ht of Iter
iliMipp. ariini e. 'ith the exception of
nine slight distoloiation of the face, tile
hoily wus in u state of ood trescrva
lii'it, n in I hut little ilecoinposed. It wus
iisily iiiileiitilictl us that of .Nell Crop
sey. 'The spot where tlie body wus found
ha. I heeu tli-iii,'i-il a number of tiine
sim e her tlisappeuraiice, but with no re
mit. Coroner l-'eariiiK siiiuiuoiiett a jury of
pis, iiiiii-iit men and called in thris of the
best physicians of the city to make a
tliorouuh ami exhaustive uutopsy to Icuru
if there were any sinus of violence on
Ihe body.
The report hy the physicians who per
formed tlie autopsy on Miss Cropsey,
wus itiude public. It says:
The uurmcuts showed no murks of vio
lence. 'The face nnd head were swollen
iii.i so.ldcne.l. There were no external
marks of violence on her hotly or face.
There was u tlis oloi ation of a pinkish
iiiii.'.' on the t in it I of head uinl face wilh
a slight bluish .liseoloratioii over the
buck of the neck anil oeiput.
All cNiimiiuition of the internal oruans
dioweil she wus a pure iiiii.
'The appearance of the stomach uud
itln r iibiloiniuiil oiKiuis were u.uinnl.
The hints were collapsed uud free from
nnter. 'i he hunt w as noruiiil.
1'pou Ihe section of tlie scalp around
:he head, one inch above the hiow, there
was foiintl a tlurk discoloration of the
muscular substance.
The bone beiieulh this contusion vvns
liseoioictl sliirhtly blue. There was no
ttlier iiltuiirnuility iu any port nf the
.etllp. w hicli was completely tlissecp'-l.
A thoroiiKh exiiiniu.ition of the brain
-Imwed no ev itlellce of violence.
The verdict of the coroner's jury vvns
as follows:
"We hereby report thut from the in
vesiication uiaile by thriH' physicians uinl
from their opinion nnd also fiom oiir per
sonal observatit'ti that Kiln M. Cropvcy
'tune to her death by beiiiL' stricken il
blow on the left temple ami by heiui;
drowned in the Pns.iiot!iiik river. We
have not yet ilivesliu-alcil nor heard liny
teslimouy ti'tiiiiiu.' as to who iullicte.l
the blow and did the tlrowniuu'. V
jre iufoiineil thnt one .Tames Wilcox is
IniiL'i'il with siune nml is now in eus
totly. We ret nmincnil that invest inn
tlon as to his or anyone else's probable
iruilt be hud by ot'e or more niaiiistrntes
in LTiiiihcth City townshii nud that said
Wilcox he heltl to nwait said Inrestiitit
lion. Tlie reinains were taken by her uncle
to Itrooklyn. X. Y., for liniial,
I n. In Wl'l Help I'roo-cnle Wlletn,
lllll 111 K , llec 111 The huiiv
Of Klhl M. tropsey p.issetl throllbdl here
yesterday necoiupnuicil hy her uncle, A.
li. Crops. )', lawyer, of So. .'( Chanibers
atreet. New York.
A lni'i;e crowd met it at the depot.
Lawyer Cropsey wil return to Kliznhcth
City nnil essist iu the prosecution of
Wilcox.
Wilcox has been tukeii from Kliznhcth
City under cover nnd is on his way to
Norfolk iu a waiinii. lie Is beiiti: sent
here hy the Klizahcth City authorities to
protect him.
BOLD CRIME IN TENNESSEE
Knur SI en Killed An Knglnrrr nml Heir.0
a Train Mtiy He Lyneliril.
M KM PI I IS, Tenn., Her. :tl.--Kour
men toilay killeil .1. .M. Khea. a railroad
engineer nf icl.sluir, who was a pas
e nirer on the unrlhliouuil Yam ami
Mississippi Valley train just out of I.e
laiifl. Miss. They tmk pnsessiim nf the
train, eonipelleil the engineer to iiueouple
the eimiue ami to enrry them on up the
mini, where they trieil to escape. They
were all captureil. Their luiines are:
Ashley Cneke, A. M. Phipps. Thiii laiu
ilenlale ami a auiu uauieu1 Itlaekman.
Coi-I.e is a weiillhy planter nml inerehaut
of Clevelatnl. Mi.; Phipp is pnstniast"r
at Shelhy, Miss.: I,niherl;ili is a relative
ot Phipps. Coeke hail a revolver. Hlliek
maa aial l.anitenlale em li enrrteil Win
chester rili". Phipps was iiuarineil.
Iiuliynat i-iii is intense nml it is feareil
there may le an att nipt at lym himr.
TO STUDY OUR METHODS.
Germany to Memt Experts lo Kauiine
Our .AKrieiiltural lleveluiiiieiiU.
IlKKl.lN. Ii-. 'JS.-The Ihriiiau kov
rriuuent has tlcciileil to iilliuh a;.'ricul
tural experts to the more important tkr
iiiau consulates. The first of these ex
perls will be seal lo the I'nitctl Stales,
w here 11 i,-i ii-ii It 1 1 1 ti I developments ai e now
iH'iiu; more carefully observed than
formerly.
This action is iiudersi I o Ih oue of
the results of the iucrcnsiiitf use of Amer
ican furiii machinery iu t erinauy, and
the Isdii I that the American system of
fiirinini: on a larite settle uiicht be
atlapteil to the princely estates of Cor
ninny. Peach Crop Itiilnril hy Cold Wave.
ST. JOSKril. Midi.. lie. '.s.-Tlie
pencil crop of Southwest Michigan, ex
cept iu tlie St. Joseph, Luke Shore and
Fair I'laiu districts, has Ist'ii ruined hy
tl obi wave. This allc is I.Vmo acres
with a yield of :iMi.iitMi bushels. Com.
mission iitt'ii from Chi'-api Inive tuutla
,tt iitvesiiaii hi and liuil the repurta
true.
Complaint of Ita.l Water.
NLWIil lilJIl. 1 111. The w-uter
in the Hudson river is so muddy the out.
look for I in ii-e crop is discouruiriu.
The w ater has la-en dirty for u f.ii'tn;.:lit.
The
city uf Pntiirhkeep'Oe Is iip(di(1
from the ricr, nml vn(datuts of bil l
Water havi be- u many. The iceiueii a;i
liuih'iiitf an arliti'ial lake to reap sup
ply for the city.
DEPARTM ENT AGRTCU LTURE
1 title oleiMimriiriiin In New York
St rite Outing the Year.
AIJtA.W, lts-. tl. The commissioner
of apiculture iu his annual report to
tJr lc::i..ature states that enuiparatively
litt'e nlenmaraiine as suhl within the
:ite Wit rim: the past year ami that in
u i probability tn-arly all that was ex
cised fnr sale was iletecteil by the men
wnrkiiiL' iu his department. lnniiK the
year. 17'i smli ikteetiuus were made
and repmted to the attorney general for
lnose ution. "A zivnt majority of tln se
caes," say the report, "were in New
York city, :ud were mostly against per-
who were elamb stinely attempting
sale! induced b the 1are pmtil or mar
gin that eianes from the sale of such
foods as butter at a butter price.
"The milk law is hciii enforced as
best we can. Violations of tlu law de
tected durini: the year are 1.1 i K
"The iimn tut nf mdk re i ivt d iu Xetv
Vm-k city dminu the year I'.mi, waa 14
million pi qiinrt i-iiiH.
"The vinegar law is beinu ei:fnreed,
and the wlmle number of cases referred
to the aitonny u-ueial for prosecution
were IJi!,"
The coiumisiouer reports the amount
of suar beets raised in this Htnte iluritu
the year for manufacture into sugar in
the aTejiute was about 4T.IHH) tons,
ii ii 1 that ft-mii ttiis will he manufactured
ab"Ut nine niirimi pounds of snuar.
The department has caused the exnui
inatit n of over T il liries and herds.
The number of eases nf diseases found
to exist niiirivcated IT.".
About 4'tii head nf cattle have been
testis! with tuberculin for tulierculosi
and o horses have been tested with
inaMciu for uhimlcis.
Pelnrive t San .lose scale the report
says that A'U certificates were issued to
nursei men on inspect ion of 7, lot; acre a
of nursery and -74 acres of vineyard
and that the number of fruit trees in
spected was .L'.lti'J.tHtl as apiiust 23,
ti.V.,.HiS for tlie year It HI.
MURDERED BY NEGROES.
Father ami Sou shot To Ilenth Hy Crap
KhoolerH.
T.IKMIMIIIA.M, Ala. Kec. 'JT In u
Ketieral liidit lietvveen while iiii-ii mil
tieu'i'oes ui Cliilth rslturir 'elllllSliay
nrieriioou u white itiait anil his sou were
killed ami 11 white hoy and u nesiio
wo in, le, I. Willi rreat tlitllciilty a gen
eral outnria1; was prevented.
'The iieiii'ties ale now iu juil ut Tall.l
deta. 'The de. i.l are:
.1. liiril. iniilille ap tl white liiiiu, uinl
Itcultcu Itirit, i.'i years of ne.
'Tom llolley, u ncKio, was prolmhly
fatally woiinileil, and licorice Uinl, white,
was sliot iu the lei:.
1 1 is said the tmuhle irrevv out of II
crap i;auie. liie nctrro"s luiriiu; ipiarredetl
over th" vi iiiiiiui;s. Tom llolley sliot at
one of the parly w lieu .1. Itinl c.inie up
and mlviscd the neiiroes to stop ti(;lil
inK. llolley, hecoitliuu lingered lit tile ill
tertereint', hied on Uinl, inoitally
vvouiiilitt him. liird's two sons, lieore
nud lteul.cn. were wilh their father, mil
when he was shoi, lo'itheii went to his
side, while licul'lio tired lit the Uc?io
llolley, fatally wonnilini; hiiu. Tho
negroes he'tin lirinir on hoth the hoys.
lii'tlheu was ordered hy i ieorne AN'ootls,
ileum, to run. 'The hoy lioirwcii to
rclniiin hy his father, hut oil failure tu
move was shot ileiid.
I'liarnnr Woods, father of lieorce
Woods, then shot the elder Iiiiil apiin.
lieorue Uinl wus shot iu tlie lens while
esi -iipiiiK.
SOLDIERS' HOME AT BATH
IiiMlItiition In Crouded, Many Yetriiiim
Slifphiu: In Ollur.
HAITI, lei. ;tl.-IIenllll Otlieer IH'.
(ienr-re McNett nf ltath yesterdny
made a thmouuh iuspectimi of the sua
itarv cniiditiniis at the New Ynrk Stato
Snblicis anil Sailnrs Home here, at the
reipiesi of Slate lit tilth commissioner
Imuiel Lewis of Albany, t'oinplaiuts that
veterans were miupi lied to sleep hi the
eid lar ami that hospital patients were
placed in the hospital cellar were lodu'ed
with ( 'ommissiniicr l.euis. Ih. .Mc.Nett
sent his report to A'bany tonight.
It was learned that Tu men were
rdecpiujr in the cellars of the various bar
racks ami lo paiim-ts slept in the bus
pital cellar. The ban. lets eelhirs occu
pied by veterans iluriiu; the dny lack
proper ventilation. Tlie eapnctiy of the
home is between l.'t nud lo h itidred. To
day iiioiihiil: reports sln ' the member
ship at present to be 17!"''
It ia umlei'slod the iitmrniiiir h v.'ir hiier"
will be asked to appropriate money for a
convalescent htmucks nud ntsn fnr addi
tional bin racks in accoinuioihiic the fast
P'nwiiiK' population of the Imme.
THREE MEN KILLED.
CrU'hotl tu ltuth I inter Miun nt
Hterl.
rillt'Atit). lec -21. -Three men were
Instantly killed and f"ur injured ly the
fallinu' of a sti-,d crane at the Aueiir:iu
liiidL'e wnrl, tcsin d.iy afti i noun.
All of the injured, w ith one except) hi,
uru aerioiisly hurt.
Thirty men were workiim in the vi
cinity of the crane M the time nf the
accident ami many of tlne Ti.id narrow
escapes.
Swan, Trover and I'ock were e:nn:lit
beneath the huu'e innss nf steel, and eu li
man was ciu-hed s, baJiy a to b- al
Uumt uitrecoiiiable.
Hc'DMllir hWf lleHtl.
CA.MIi:, . .1.. llec. -S.-fiiitcd
States Senator William .1. Se,eli dud
Mt his home h'Mc ester"i;i. Me s il
fcred from iliMbetes., coin,ilii ah-d wah
ntomacli nnd heart ( i -: : 1 .U-. S. leiior
SctteH's illie s had cMeuded ovt r a
period of 1o yi.ir-. but his eomlition
was not cMi-i-u-r.-d seriniiH until nliO it
year ;u . When dej.ih came the sen
ator's fa mil v was j;ai Ie n d a I his bed
ride. Ili had 1ms u iiiiihiim ions for s nue
time I ' fore the cud.
U'lU 4.(1 lu Moulin.
J WASHINGTON. Oec i:t. M,-. IhwU
I .1. I'.nlier nf New York has a'r. j.ted the
! tender of nu app..iutiii.-uf as . hi.-f id tii.
lire depaiiiiii'iit at Man ha. M is pur-
p-d to l enrL.': me Mil- M a in In lire
liuhtinir twrviee on i i- ni Aim rican
lines nud Mr. Union r wn- : ' b. -
t lHN) of IllH line Hi' T . . '. I iv
lily.
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