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J. D. W. Reck. Justices of the FeoeeO. A. Randall, D. W. Clark. Oouncinnen.J. W. landers, J. T. Dale, O. H. Robinson, Wm. Hmearbsugh, R. J. Hopkins, W. O. Calhoun, A. 11. Kelly. Constable Obarlei Clark. Collector W. U. Hood. &Aoo Directart J. O. Soowden, R. M. Herman, Q. Jainleson, J. J, Landers, J. C. (Jelat, Joseph Clark, FOREST COUNTT OFFICERS. Member of Congress P. M. 8 peer. Member of denote J. K. P. Hall. Assembly W. J. Campbell. President Judge Vf. D. U inckley. Associate Judges P. C. Hill, Samuel Aul. Prothonotary, Register A Recorder, t. -J. O. UelHt. mherilTii. R. Maxwell. Treasurer Uoo. W. Uolenian. Commissioners Wm. H. Harrison, J. M. .uendel, II. II. MuClellan. District Attorney M. A. Carrlnger. Jury Commissioners Ernest Hlbble, Lewis Wagner. Coroner Dr. M. O Kerr. County Auditors George H. Warden, A. C. Gregg and J. P. Kelly. County iturveyor D. W. Clark. County Superintendent D. W. Morrl- aon. KaUr Terms ( Crt. - Fourth Monday of February. Third Monday of May. Fourth Monday of September. Third Monday of November. Regular Meetings of County Commis sioners 1st and 8d Tuesdsys of montn. Chares mmi Hakbaih Schaal. Presbyterian Sabbath School at 9:48 a. m. t M. E. Sabbath School at 10:00 a. m. Preaching In M. K. Church every Sab bath evening by Rev. W. O. Calhoun. Preaching in the F. M. Church every Sabbath evening at the usual hour. Rev. U. A. Uarrett, Pastor. Preaching in the Presbvterian ohuroh every Sabbath at 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Rev. H.A.Bailey, Pa-tor. The regular meetings of the W. C. T. U. are held at the headquarters on the second and fourtb Tuesdays of each month. BU8INESS DIRECTOR ' . TP.N ESTA LODGE, No. 869, 1. 0. 0. F. Meet every Tuesday evening, in Odd Fellowa' Hall, Partridge building. CAPT. GEORGE STOW POST, No. 274 G. A. R. Meets 1st Tuesday after noon of each month at 3 o'olock. CAPT. GEORGE STOW CORPS, No. 137, W. R. C, meets first and third Wednesday evening of each month. TF. RITCHEY, . ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Tionesta, Pa. MA. CARRINGER, Attorney and Counellor-at-Law. Office over Forest County National Bank Building, TIONESTA, PA. CURTIS M. 8HAWKEY, ATTORNKY-AT-LAW, Warren, Pa. Practice in Forest Co. AO BROWN, ATTORN EY-AT-LA W. Office in Arner Building, Cor. Elm and Bridge Sts., Tlonesta, Pa. , FRANK S. HUNTER, D. D. S. Rooms over Citizens Nat. Bank, . TIONESTA, PA. D R. F. J. BO YARD, Physician A Surgeon, TIONESTA. PA. Eyes Tested and Glasses Fitted. tMI .1 R STOOINS. U Physioian and Surgeon, OIL CITY, PA. HOTEL WEAVER, C. F. WEAVER, Proprietor. Modern and up-to-date in all its ap pointments. Every convenience and oomfort provided for the traveling public. CENTRAL HOUSE, R. A. FU LTON, Proprietor, Tlonaeta, Pa. This is the most centrally located hotel In the place, and has all the modern improvements.- No pains will be spared to make it a pleasant stopping place for the traveling publlo. pHIL. EMERT FANCY BOOT A SHOEMAKER. Shop over R. L. Haslet's grocery store on Elm street. Is prepared to do all Kinds of custom work from the finest to the coarsest and guarantees his work to f ive perfect satisfaction. Prompt atten ion given to mending, and prices rea sonable. Fred. Grettonberger GENERAL BLACKSMITH & MACHINIST. All work pertaining to Machinery, En glues, Oil Well Tools, Gas or Water Fit tings and General Blacksmithing prompt ly done at Low Rates. Repairing Mill Machinery given special attention, and satisfaction guaranteed. Shop In rear of andjust west of the Shaw House, Tidioute, Pa. Your patronage solicited. FRED. GRETTENBERGER WaJl Paper I have just received Two Thousand Holla of 1911 WAIili PAPER No is the time to get your paper ing done before the spring rush. Then it will be almoBt impossible to get a paperhanger and that will delay your bouseclesning. Wall Paper, Window Shades, Oil Cloth, Paints, Oil, Varnish, Sewing Machine Supplies and Notions. G. F. RODDA, Next Door to the Fruit Store, Elm Street, Tioneata, Pa. STABBEDJITMl Police Say She Did It to Pro tect Herself. Had a 8even-Month-Old Baby In Her Arms at the Time Was Waiting Outside 8aloon For Her Escort When Man She Cut Annoyed Her. Wound Not Serious Other Items of General Interest. William Schllning, 21 years old, was stabbed In the breast with a knife about midnight Saturday night In a cjnrrel outside a saloon at Beaver an J East Second' stroets, Dunkirk, N. Y. Mrs. Catharine Dolce was arrested on the charge of assault and, accord ing to the police, admits she did the stabbing. She says she did it to protect her self and a young man named Michael Greceo from injury at the hands of Sr-hllnlng and some other young men. At the time of the alleged assault Mrs. Dolce was carrying a 7-month-old baby In her arms. According to the story told to the police, Mrs. Dolce and Grecoo were" walking In the street and the latter stepped lifto the saloon, leaving the woman outside. While she waited, Schllnlne and his friends came out of the saloon and began to annoy her, Mrs. Dolce says. Groceo, hearing toe men apeaklng to the woman, came from the saloon and took her part. A quarrel resulted and It Is said Schllning struck Greceo. Seeing her companion getting the worst of the fight, Mrs. Dolce says she took a knife from her pocket and struck at Schllning. The knife came in contact with a rib and will not prove serious. EDITOR UNDERHILL DEAD Published Wyoming Counly Times and Waa Secretary of Democratic State Editorial Association. John Underhlll, publisher of the Pountv Times and secretary of the Democratic State Editorial as sociation, died at his home in War saw Thursday night John Underhlll was a son of the late Hon. A. A. Undcrhill of Bath, in which village he was born. He waa graduated from the public school there and entered Yale college, from which he also was graduated. After working with his father, who was the publisher of the Steuben Farmers' Advocate, he purchased th Warsaw Times about 15 years ago and had since ably conducted It. He innvna a widow and one daughter: two brothers, E. S. Underhlll, representa tive in congrcas from the bteuuen dis trict, and A. L. Undorhill, a professor in the University of Minnesota, and two elsters, Mrs. Mandvllle of Roch ester and Miss Charlotte Underhlll of Bath. He had a large acquaintance among publishers throughout the state. POLITICIANS RELEASED Two of Oneida County Committeemen Have Served Jail Terms. Frederick E. Swancott, former chair man of the Oneida county Republican committee, who was convicted of graft lng while a member of the board of supervisors, returned! to Utlca Satur day afternoon from Auburn prison, from which a institution he was re leased after serving two years and 18 days of a three-year sentence. Former Sheriff Samuel H. Jones, who was convicted with Swancott, was released from Auburn prison a few week ago. John W. Potter, for mer chairman of the Oneida Demo cratic county committee, Is still in prison serving a sentence for the same offense charged against Swancott and Jones. Would Die to Save Babies. Mrs. Rebecca Rchmeer attempted to kill herself by Jumping from the roof of tho tenement houso In Which she lives at 37 Clinton street, New York, for fear of communicating whooping caugh, from which she wm suffering to her two children. She was picked up unconscious and removed by Dr. Eberle to Gouverneur hospital In a dangerous condition. Dies as Home Run Is Scored. Ralph Hollingsworth, a civil engl noer of Syracuso, N. Y., 23 years old attended a baseball game between La tayette and Fablous at the latter place Saturday afternoon. The score was tied In the third Inning when a Fabius man knocked out a home run with two men on bases. Hollingsworth col lapsed as the ball was hit and died In a few minutes. Lightning Burns Barn Near Arcade. During tho heavy thunder storm of Saturday, a barn on the Town Line road, near Arcade, N. Y., owned by Leon Bakoman, was struck by lightning and burned. The barn, which was comparatively new and nearly full of hay, was insuied for $500. April Hunters' Licenses. According to a report from Luther 8. Laken, Jr., made to the forest, fish and game commission at Albany, a revenue of $35 was received during the month of A.pi'11 from the sale of hunters' licensee by the various town and city clerks of Chautauqua county. PREMIER MOMS Was Probably Fatally Injured at an Aviation Meet. 9 4i NEGRO PREACHER LYNCHED Hanged to a Tree and Body Riddled With Bullets. Rev. Ben Smith, the agod leader of the nego race In the Swalnsboro (Ga.) section, was hangel to the limb of a tree and his body riddled with bullets by a mob of white men at an early hour Sunday morning because he had wounded Deputy Marshal Canady. Smith had had trouble with his young wife and the latter had com plained to the authorities. Deputy Marshal Canady went to the Smith home to arrest tho preacher. The lat ter resisted and shot the officer, in flicting a serious wound. Smith fled, but was pursued by a posse with bloodhounds and was cap tured about daylight In a swamp near ths town. Smith was brought back to town and hanged to a tree in sight of bis home. Smith was very old, being white-headed and toothless, but for years bis word had been law to the negro population. SIX NEGROES LYNCHED Taken From Jail, Tied to Trees and Their Bodies Riddled With Bullets. Six negroes suspected of complicity In tho murder of a prominent cltizrn wore taken from the Jail at Luke City, Fla., Sunday, carried to th-a suburbs of the city, tied to trees and: riddled with bullets. The negroes were taken from the Jail by ten men who claimed to bo officers and who presented to tho 17-year-old son of the sheriff a fake tele gram which ordered him to release the negroes. Tho negroes were bound to t-ees and at a given signal the members of the mob, some 30 In all, opened fire with, rifles and plsto's. Once Prominent Artist In Asylum. Charles D. Wader of Canandaigua, a widely known artist, whoa works are possessed by many nndi are high ly prized, was romoved to the state hospital at Willard. For some years he had been a victim of misfortune and lately was cared for ut tho coun ty home. His water colors or local scenes were works of real merit, and had been sold In a number of art Bales in the large centers. Wader is about CO ear8 of age. Mosquito Oil Field In Active State. The Mosquito oil field in the town of Carrollton is now very active, and oxcltement there Is Increasing daily Collapy & Cloment have leased a tract of 100 acres of Mark C. Hubbell and their first well was started Saturday. It will be completed within 30 days. Francis Haynes of Pradford Is doing the drilling. A tract of 300 acres has been leased by M. S. Hubbell to Buf alo parties, and drilling is to be start ed at once. Entire Family Wiped Out. . An entire family was killed Sun day, seven miles west of the town of Newark, O., at Vorhees Lano when an Interurban car, running at a high rato of speed nnd loaded with passengers en route to Buckeyo lake, crashed into a horse and buggy. In which Dennle Dodson, 35 years old; Lb wife Helen, 28, and their daugh ters, Helen, 7, and Edith, 5, were driv ing to the home of a friend several miles away to spend the day. Curtiss Alighted In Shallow Water. While Glenn H. Curtiss waa experi menting with his new hydroplane at H-immon disport, N. Y Friday, he alighted In water in Keuka lake, where it was shallower than he thought. The machine was slightly overturned and1 one of tho broken bamboo ribs struck him over the right eye, Indicting only a slight scratch. French Minister of War Killed. Henri Maurice Porteaux, the French minister of war, was killed and Antoine Ernest Mnnis, premier and minister of the Interior, is possibly dying a the result of the start of the Paris to Madrid aviation race at the drill gruunds at lssy l.es Moulineaux at dawn Sunday mornins. SANGUINARY BATTLE, 1,000 Killed and 600 Wounded In Fight at Torreon. Both Federals and Insurrectos used Artillery With Deadly Effect So Fierce Was tho Fighting That Their Comrades Were Unable to Give Dy lng Men Water to Quench Their Thirst Ftehels Restored Order Aft er Killing 8everal People Who Had Started to Riot and Burn Buildings. Mexico City, May 23. From reports received In this city the most sanguin ary battle of tho rebellion was fought at Torreon on May 13, 14 anl 15. The accounts thus far given place the losses at 1,000 dead and 600 wounded. The battle opened early on the morning of May 13 and lasted through out the day, both sides usln artillery with deadly effect. During th? night thore was a brief lull In the lighting, but It was renewed oarly on tho 14th with great vigor on the part of both sides. The dead bodies lay In heaps In the streets and many of the wounded died from tho lack of medical attention. So fierce was the fighting that their com rade were unable even tp give the dying men water to quench their thirst Federals Evacuate Town. On the night of May 14 Genernl Lo goro. commanding the garrison, called a council of his officers and it was de cided to evacuato tho town. The chief reason given for this was the fact that the supply of ammunition had become exhausted. According the troops moved out on the morning of May 15 and, evading the enemy, marched south. Immediately upon the leaving of the garrison, a mob formed in the streets and its members proceeded to kill, burn end rob. It was a repetition of the affair at Pachuca, except that It was on a much greater scale. Armed with guns, the mobs surged through the town, killing ul! who op posed them or who attempted to pro tect their property. All the import ant business houses, including the banks were broken Into and plunder ed of their contents, While many houses were burned. It Is said that 50 Chinese wore among the dead. Rebels Restore Order. It was nearly noon before, tho rebel forces entered the town and they made on effort to restore order at once. This was objected to by the leaders of the mobs and troops were forced to shoot down many persons before they were able to establish patrols and bring about a semblance of ordor. When this report was sent the rebol forces were In complete control of tho situation. SEARCHING FOR REYES Rebel! Hold Up All Trains Looking For Mexican General. Mexico City, May 23. Passengers arriving here last night from Vera Cruz said that the train which brought them In was stopped at sev ornl stations by small bands of rebels who said that thny were looking for General Bernardo Reyes. When it was found that General Reyes was not among the passengers the train was permitted to proceed. There was a secret session of tho chamber of deputies yesterday. Peon Del Valle. vice president of the chain lor, tendered his resignation last Wed nesday and it waa acted on. Ho says that he does not care to sorvo longer when the resignation of Diaz becomes effective. He adds that tho entire group of Diaz deputies handed In their resignations, to become operatlva on the day the aged president steps down. A cabinet meeting, which lasted! for two hours, was hold In the morning. At it was discussed the resignation ot President Diaz, which will proba bly go to the chamber of deputies noxt Wednesday, Francisco De LaBarra, who Is slat ed to become provisional president, said that so far as any program had been mapped out it would first bo to undertake to establish peace on a llrm baste and seek to prevent the fur ther effusion of Mexican blood. Be yond that everything within the bonds of reason and Justice which had been asked by the people would be grant ed them. SENATE REJECTS CALDWELL Senator Bourne Claimed President Had Encroached on Senatorial Prerogative. Washington, May 23. The senate In executive session rejected the nomina tion of Elmer Caldwell to be marshal for the district of Oregon. Sonator Bourne opposed Caldwell because he asserted that the president had namod tho marshal In Senator Bourne s state without consulting tho Republican Senator. Senator Botirno appealed! to sena tors to aland bv him In re-asserting tl: senatorial prerogative and finally prevailed. Tho case has attracted! much attention In two congresses. Airman Kills Spectator. Berlin, May 23. An airman of the name of Swandt swoopod suddenly down on the spectators who had In vaded the aviation course at Augs borg. One person 's dead as a re sult and two are dying. BRITAIN'S NAVAL AIRSHIP She Can Live In Two Elements, the Air and the Water. London, May 23. Great Britain's first naval airship was launched at Barrow in Furness yesterday morn ing. In her construction tho Zeppelin Idea was adopted with modifications. The former Is designed for maneuv ering over land, while the new British ship, which has been built by Vlckers Sons & Maxim, will be required to scout for ("ivs on and over tho sna and Is, therefore, larger than the Ger man boat, being some 100 feet longer and also carries a greater auaniity of supplies. She can live In two ele ments, the air and the water. When on the water the ship wl',1 be support ed by a boat-shaped car. The vessel Is 510 feet long and 4? feet In diameter and has a lifting capacity of 21 tons. She Is pro pelled1 by two eight cylinder motors ot 100 and 200 horse power. She is expected to develop a speed of 45 miles an hour. The new metal durallum is used throughout tho ves sel. It is the first time it has been used for any purpose so far as known. Durallum Is lighter t'lw, aluminum and stronger than steel. It Is not liable to oxodlzation. ANOTHER ARREST IN DYNAMITE CASE M. A. Schmidt Taken to Los Angeles Jail In Irons. Loa .Angeles, May 23. M. A. Schmidt, alias F. A. Ferry, alias J. D. Leonard, one o fthe fugitives wanted In connection' with the Los Angeles Times dynamiting, Is In the custody of the officers, having been arrested here yesterday. About 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon an automobile rolled up to the Inter national bank building; In it were four moT and a fifth in irons. He was "hus tled up to the oflice of tho district at torney, J. D. Fredericks, whero he underwent a long questioning. It was late at night when he was taken to the county Jail and put in a cell. Schmidt, J. P. McNamara, who Is said to have posed as "Bryco," and who is now In tho county Jail, and Da vid Canlan, who Is still at large, are said to bo the three men who came to Los Angeles and blew up the Los An trele3 Times, causing the death ot 21 persons. NEW LAW FIRM FORMED Senator O'Gorman Becomes Partner of George G. Battles and H. S. Marshall. Now York, May 23. United States Senator Jamea A. O'Gorman became a partner yesterday of George Gordon Battle and H. Snowden Marshall In a new law firm, to be known as O'Gor man, Battle & Marshall. Th.s tirm will tend out announci-meiu cards today. Mr. Battle said last night that the partnership will cover no fixed period, but will continue at the mutual pleas ure of all concerned. Tho firm will oc cupy the present offices of Battle & Marshall at 37 Wall street. 112 In the Sun at Utica. Utlca, N. Y.. May 23. All known heat records for the month of May in this section wero smashed yesterday when the themometer showed 91 at 4 o'clock In tho afternoon. In the sun the mercury went to 112. Tho slzi-.llng started In early, passed 88 at noon anl wont to 92 degrees before 2 o'clock, finishing up in the afternoon at 94. Throughout the day thero was scarce ly breeze enough to blow out a mrtch. Humidity was high and the aultrlnes-i were like that of the dog days in August. Several cases of prostration occurred during the day. Irene Osgood Asks For Separation. London, May 23. Irene Osgood, tho novelist, author of "To a Nun Con fessed" and other boo'ta, has petition ed the courts for a Judicial separation from her husband, Robert H. Sberard, who has also written some books. A fow days ago Mrs. Sherard lost an appealing decision of a lower court, which ordered her to return to her husband a horse nd a cat and also to pay to Wm the value of some pigs which she retained at their homo aft er the two separated. Dem. League to Prod Legislature. New York, May 23. The executive committee of the State Democratic league had a meeting laite yesterday afternoon at the Hotrtl Boimont for tho purpase of prodding the leglsla ture Into a redemption of party pledges. The committee adjourned to come together later in Albany, where It Is going to tell the governor nnd the legislators what it thinks of the situation. Premier rVonls Resting Easily. Paris, M;ty 23. Early reports from the physlclanB In attendance upon Antoine Monls, premier of France and minister of the Interior, who was se verely Injured Sunday when a mono plane fell Into tho srowd which was witnessing the start of the aviation race from Paris to Madrid, were to the effect that the premier was eat lng fairly easily and thit his teui perature aud pulse wera normal. NEWSY i Summary of the Week's News of the World. Happenings From All Parts of ths Globe Put Into Shape For Easy Reading What All the World Is Talking About Cream of the News Culled From Long Dispatches. Wednesday, Fear of a strong Chinese rebellion caused many thousands to flee from Canton. The Russian foreign office denied that Baron Rosen, ambassador to the Cnited States, would become foreign minister. High Russian officials were sent to Kiev to investigate the alleged ritual istic murder which started tho threats of a massacre of Jews. A dispatch from Albany stated that Governor Dlx was urging party lead ers to bring about the adoption of the income tax resolution and the passage of a direct nominations law. Judge Gary said tht Standard Oil de cision would improve business condi tions and other men of large affairs expressed their pleasure at the word ing of the supreme court's opinion. Thursday. The secertary of the treasury In vited popular subscriptions to a $30, 000,000 issue of bonds for te Pana ma canal. The memorial to Queen Victoria was unveiled In London with Impres sive ceremony in the presence of a great gathering; the king delivered a speech. The Standard Oil decision did not excite London, but the market was much strengthened there and in Psris; the tone of Iondon press com ments was pessimistic. Chancellor Lloyd George presented the budget, the new feature of which was the proposed payment of a $2,000 yearly salary to members of the house of commons. Friday. The German-American potash con ference reached a full agreement re garding prices and tax adjustment. A. V. Hndle, an amateur, was kill ed in a flight at Nogalcs, Cal.; he as cended against the advice of his In structors. Counsel for the indicted meat pack ers indicated in Chicago that .they would attack the Sherman act as wholly unconstitutional. Secretary Knox submitted to the ambassadors of Great Britain and France the draft of n convention to serve as a basis for a general treaty of arbitration. Three officers of the exclusive Met ropolitan club in Washington resign ed, following President Taft's speech In which he said certain "small head ed" men would exclude prominent men from social organizations. Saturday. One thousand sheep were burned to death In a lire at the Kansas City stockyards. Lieutenant Dnpuls nnd a companion were killed by a fall of their mono plane at Rhelms, France. Andrew Carneglo will see to it that all depositors of the Carnegie Trust company are paid In full. A bill legalizing puts and calls at the Chicago board of trade was killed by the Illinois legislature. A Greenwich (Conn.) farmer made his 12-years-old son fire a loaded shotgun at his head, killing him In stantly. Madero nnd his advisers regard peace In Mexico as assured- within a few days, nnd tho scene of negotia tions will be shifted from Juarez to Mexico City. Monday. Tho Ilu Kwong railroad loan ad justment was signed at Pekln. Marquis Komura rebuUo.l the Jnpa Iteso agitation against tho ?;'.0.000,000 loan to China. Several cabinet ministers nttende-1 the trial of tho Camorrlsls at Mter bo. Italy. Generals Madero and Reyes aro kept, out of tho Mexican capital for fear their presence might cause riot ing. The attitude ot Franco toward the arbitration treaty was reported as dis tinctly favorable; that of Germany was not revealed. M. Camlile d'Abbadlj and his gov erness are Identified nbonrd ship near ing Canada while l'Youch police reek bis supposed slayers. Tuesday. One hundred persons were Injured by the fall of un aerophine at Kurak, Russia. An excursion ear on an electric rail road at Newark, O., crashed Into a buggy killing a family of four persons. The body of a young woman who was prominent socially at Nashua, N. H., was found In the Merrimack river. Two labor contractors were found guilty In Colon; the case followed tho recent detention of a British vessel at that port. A dispatch from Havana stated that General Reyes would' remain there awaking orders from the Mexican sec retary of war. Postmaster General Hitchcock an nounced that hereafter one hundred additional postal savings depositories will be established each week. ENTERTAINED THE PREMIERS King George Gave Them a Lunohstn At Buckingham Palace. London, May 23. King George en tertained the premiers of all th4 Ofclo tiles who aro here for the coronation, nt a luncheon at Buckingham, palaca yesterday afternoon. The memberi ot the royal family present in addition to the king were Queen Mary, the Prince of Wales, the Duko and Duchess ol Connaught, the Duke and Duchess ot Argyle and Prince Christian. After the luncheon his malesty conversed with the colonial prlrui ministers for an hour and a half. WILL DISPOSE OF BATTLESHIP MAINE Wreck Will Be Taken Out and Sunk In Deep Water. Washington, May 23. The wreck of the battleship Maine, now lying in Havana harbor, will, when raised, ba towed out to sea and sunk In deep water unless congress directs other wife. Information to this efl-jct was re ceived by the house and senato yes terday from Secretary of War IMckln son. He forwarded a report of tho board of engineers In charge of tho work of raising tho Maine. Tho board recom mends that when the wreck is ralsd, It Shall be stripped of all material of value and remains "towed out to sea and be sunk In deep water." EWORLD'S BIGGEST Great Western Power Company to Ir rigate 300,000 Acres. San Francisco. May 23. Announce ment as made here that the Great Western Power company will build a reservoir nt Big Meadows that will i-ui-pass in capacity the Roosevelt dam and reservoir In Arizona and the As souan dam In F.gypt, the largest In the world. Sufficient water will be stored! for the irrigation of 300,000 acres. Tableaux Will Be Restored. London, May 23. The tableaux rep resenting the defeat ot Americans at Chateaugnay will bo Included In tho coronal lot. pageant after all. The Canadian committee Intlmatod that it was withdrawn because it was less picturesque and representatlvj than other scenes, but In view of tht dis cussion which arose over it and which surprised the committee, it will be restored. Heat and Excitement Caused Death. Troy, May 23. Charles R. Hill, pay ing teller of the Security Trust com pany, dropped dead at tho baseball gamo between Binghamtoii and Troy, fhe terrific heat and excitement of a close contest being too much for Mr. Hill's weak heait and he expired- while standing up urging the homo team to victory. Senate Confirms Cohalan. Allmiiy. May 23. Governor Dlx's nomination of Daniel F. Cohalar. as a supreme court Justice In tho First dis trict was confirmed by the sennta last night without a word of comment by a vote of ayes, 28; nayes, 9. A majority of tho sennto Is 26. MARKET REPORT f.sM York Provision Market New York, May 23. WHKAT No. 2 red, 98c, eievator. CORN No. 2, f. n. b., 60c. OATS Standard, SO'fec. PORK Mess, $17.7fran.00. BUTTER Creamery, specials, 22c; do, extras, 21c; packing stock, current make, 1416c. CIIKESE State specials, 14c. EGGS State nnd Pennsylvania U iT21c. POTATOES Bermuda, now. No. 1, per bbl., ?".0O; state, In bulk, $1.60 1.7r.. Buffalo Provision Market Buffalo. May 22. WHEAT No. 1 northern, carloads, 11.04 ; No. 2 red, iliic. CORN No. 2 yellow, 570, f. o. b., afloat; No. yellow, 57c. OATS No. 2 white, 37 Vic, f. o. b., afloat; No. 3 white, 3fic. FLOUR Fancy blended patent, per bbl., $.".r,0(!J6.25; winter family, patent, $4.75..r.O. BUTTER Creamery, western tubs, etra, 22c: creamery, state fair to good. lS?i2dc. EGGS State selected white, 19 0r. CHEESE Good to choice, new, 11 Q 1 1 Msc. POTATOES White, choice to fan cy, per bu., 50 (Tr2c. East Buffalo Livestock Market. CATTLE Prime steers, Jfi.30 6.45; 1,2110 to 1,400 lb. steers $5.r0(f? 5.90; choice fat cows, $5.005.35; choice heifers, $8.00i 6.23; common bulls. $3.7.")(t4.3j; choloo vouls, i-.'.OltJ 7 7.1; fair to good, $7.00 .? 7 2 i. SHEEP AND EAMBS Choice clipped lambs. $7.4n7.60; mixed sheep, $4.noi 4.7.'. HOGS Light Yorkers, $6.r0?T6.65; heavy hoHS, $ii.2Mi"6.40: pigs, $6.40 $fi 45. Buffalo Hay Market. Timothy, No. 1, on track, $19.00 20.'J0; No. 2 timothy, $17.0018.00; straw, wheat aud oat. $6.50(37.00.