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Ohio's ex-Governor May Have To Run Again. No Doubt, However, That Brico Will Control the Ohio Democratio Convention—Silver Men Are Still in the Fight—Some Talk of a Com promise on Thomas. Springfield, 0., Aug. 20.—1t now looks as if the nomination for governor would be forced upon ex-governor James E. Campbell. The letter addressed to the Columbus democrats by Colonel James Kilbourne seems to be decisive and takes him out of consideration with this office. Colonel Kilbourne received a letter from Senator Brlce yesterday, urging him to be a candidate and assuring him that ho could be nominated by acclamation and unanimously. This seems to indicate that Senator Brice has no definite pro gramme for the convention arranged, so far as a state ticket is concerned. Brico Will Rule. There is no doubt that the senator will control the convention. The Chicago coinage plank will be endorsed with some opposition. The antl-Brice element is likely to make a light upon him, but no resolution hostile to him can he adopted. L. P. Chliger, revenue collector.it Cleve land, and a friend of Senator Brioe, is here. He says the Brice delegates from Cuyahoga will be seated in the state convention. Silver Men in the Fight. Delegates to the convention began to arrive last night but few were willing to express their opinions concerning the re sult of the convention. Notwithstand ing the refusal of Sorg and Kilbourne to he candidates their friends are urging their claims. Sorg's refusal was not one that could not be withdrawn as he said his health was poor and the pressure of business prevented him from accepting the place. The silver men have not given up the fight. Col. Win. Taylor, who arrived last night, said: "We claim 1138 silver delegates in the convention and concede '621 men with 147 doubtful. I do not undertake to say that wo will control the convention, but we will make such a allowing that the Brico men will be glad to make concessions to us." May Com promise on Thomas. Barney Dayton, who arrived yesterday afternoon, said that Brice would have 600 out of the 808 delegates and that on a •ound money platform ho could control perhaps 000. Capt. D. C. Ballentino thinks that the nomination will bo forced on Sorg. Senator Brioe's private secretary is here but refused to be inter viewed. Jonn H. Thomas is making a hard fight to secure the gubernatorial nomination. A rumor this morning is that Brice will compromise on Thomas providing the latter's friends will agree to lend Ilrice their aid if he is a presiden tial candidate in 1890. IN A PADDED CELL. A Newly Married New York Doctor Becomes liiHune at Toledo. Toledo, 0., Aug. 20.—Dr. W. B. Mills of New York is in a padded cell, tem porarily insane. The doctor was married four weeks ago to a Philadelphia girl and had just concluded atrip through Michigan. While waiting for his train Sunday night he left his bride on pre tense of getting a shave. The train went but the doctor did not appear and his wife was distracted. Several hours later she found he had become insane and looked up. She said he had taken an overdose of morphine. He will recover. TOBACCO HARVEST. The Work Bniiig Hapirtly Punlicd In Connecticut. Hartford, Conn., Aug. 20.—A1l down through this section of the tobacco grow ing discrict tobacco cutting is being rushed and nearly all.the available help is being employed to harvest the crop. Several farmers have sold their crops at prices varying from twenty-two to twen ty-five cents per pound in the bundle without sorting. The price is far in ad vance of last year'H crop, which realize from twelve to fifteen cents per pound. Hamilton Fish, jr., Looked Up. New York, Aug. 20.—Hamilton Fish, Jr., nephew of Speaker Fish, was locked up in the W'estfiOt.h street station charged with disorderly conduct. He was slightly under tho influence of liquor and raised j a row with a waiter on the Casino roof garden. Fish was the second oar of the Columbia crew which won the three-cor nered race recently at Poughkeepsie. Mrs.Vanderbllt's bate Keeper Dead, Newport, R. 1., Aug. 20.—John Hill, Mrs. Alva Vanderbllt's confidential garo keeper, who has kept at bay society as well as the press, died suddenly last night of heart failure. No other man employed on summer estates has had oo much newspaper notoriety as he. Zeigler Defeats Abbott. Baltimore, Aug. 20. —Owan Zeigl er, the recognized champion of America and Stanton Abbott, tho English champion met in a 20-round bout, before the Eureka Athletic club last night. At the end of the twentieth round Zeigler was given the decision on points. Will Test tlie Matter in Court. New York, Aug. 20.—"Sam" Crano. the baseball reporter, who was refused admission to the Polo grounds last Sat urday, after having purchased a ticket, has decided to take the matter into court to test the quest ion. Fair Catch of Trout. Buzzards Bay, Mass., Aug. 20.—The president and Joe Jefferson did not re turn from t heir fishing trip to Sandwich until after sunset. They brought with them a fair catch of trout. Exhibition Hall Game. Chambersburg, Pa., Aug. 20.—Tho Cleveland National league team played an exhibition game here yesterday with the home club nnd won by the score of 8 to 7. Summoned by Austrian Emperor. ' Vienna, Aug. 20.—The emperor has ; summoned Count Badeur, governor of j Galicia, to Ischl, in connection with tho | formation of a permanent ministry. M AGO WAN MEETS HIS WIFE. They Part Friendly, Then He Denies ' the New York Interview. I Trenton, N. J., Aug. 20.—Mrs. Frank A. Magowan, wife of ex-Mayor Magow an, who was reported as having admit ted to a reporter in New Y r ork that he went to Oklahoma recently for the pur- 1 1 pose of instituting divorce proceedings against his wife, came to Trenton yester day from Spring Lake and had a long | conversation with her husband. Mr. Magowan assured her that he had not been interviewed in New York and ad vised her to go back to Spring Lake, saying thut everything would come out all right. Mrs. Magowan was satisfied with her husband's explanation, and left for Spring Lake in the afternoon. Mr. Magowan, in conversation with a United Press correspondent, said that be was not interviewed in New York, j but admitted thut he acknowledged that j he had been in Oklahoma. While deny ing the interview, Mr. Magowan posi- ! tively declined to answer a direct qnes- j tion as to whether or not while in Okla- j homa he did institute divorce proceed- i iugs. WERE PLAYING INDIAN. Didn't Know the Revolver Was Loaded —Little Roy Killed. Tunkhannock, Pa., Aug. 20.—The , ' Wild West" craze has cost the of life another hoy. A number of boys were playing at killing Indians yesterday in Xelioopany township and 9-year-old Leu ford Love was a redskin anil 12-year-old Fred Doty was a cowboy. According to all established rules of boyhood lighting the young "redskin" was to die by the hand of the "cowboy," and Doty placed a supposedly empty revolver to the mouth ' of little Love and pulled the trigger, j 1 Unknown to the boys the revolver was ' loaded and the bullet passed through the child's neck, severing the spinal chord and instantly killing liim. FIGHTING IN ZANZIBAR. A Rebel Stronghold Captured by British and Allied Forces. Zanzibar, Aug. 20.—The expedition, consisting of 400 British sailors, Souda- | nese and Askaris, with a couple of , Maxim rapid-fire guns, and a seven pounder, which started last week for i Monhassa in order to punish the revolt- j ing tribes near there, stormed and cap tured the rebel stronghold last Saturday. , Two native soldiers were killed and J seven Europeans and four natives were i wounded on the British side. The loss I of the rebels is not stated. Admiral Bawson and Gen. Matthews accompanied the expedition. THIRD CAVE-IN AT LUZERNE. Houses Settling and People Fleeing Ironi t lie District. Wilkesharre, Aug. 2(V—An extensive j cave-in began in the borough of Luzerne, j four miles from this city, Into on Satur day and yesterday. This is the third time in sixteen years that this section has caved. The present disaster is more serious than the preceding two. It is over 75 feet in diameter, and this moru- I ing it is claimed that the earth is still j j settling. Five houses with the surface > I surrounding them are badly affected and I the inmates have fled to safer quarters. ; The loss to them will reach several thou- , ! sand dollars. CJIILDM ORDERED RELEASED. No Evidence To Further Hold tho Tug at Key West. ' Washington, Aug. 20.—Assistant Sec- j retar.v Wike of the treasury department i has directed the collector of customs at 1 Key West, Fla., to release the ttlgChilds, I seized upon the technical grounds that her passenger list did not show all ! the passengers aboard and was therefore ' a violation of the navigation law. It ; I was also believed in some quarters ami so charged that the Childs was engaged I in a filibustering expedition to Cuba. HE WAS TOO INGENIOUS. Richard E. Cross Killed by His Own Burglar Trap. Suffolk, Va., Aug. 20.—Benjamin E. Cross is dead, the victim of his own ingenuity. His store has been frequently j entered by thieves. He set a trap-gnu I loaded with fine shot, and forgot all about it. When closing his place of i business he stumbled over the wire • which discharged the gun, receiving in juries that resulted in his death. Three Killed and Thirty Injured. Naples, Aug. 20.—At a political meeting here last night the throng of persons that crowded the stairway leading to the meeting hall was so great that the balus- i ters gave way and many were pushed j from the stairs and fell to the floor be- j low. Three persons were killed outright ! and fully thirty more were injured. Sculptor Volk Dead. Chicago, Aug. 20.—News reached hero ; last evening of the death at Osceola, I Wis., of Leonard W. Volk, the sculptor. ! Mr. Yolk was born in Wellsburg, N. Y., | in IH2B and came to Chicago in 1857. ! He was one of the best known of Ameri- , can sculptors, his bust of Lincoln being j conceded to be the best hi existence. Reply to the (Queen's Speech. London, Aug. 20.—After rejecting | several amendments to tho address in : reply to the queen's speech a motion to ■ adopt closure was carried in the house of commons by a vote of 200 to 73. Then j by a xote of 217 to 03 the house agreed ! to the address. Captured After a Year. Maucli Chunk. Pa., Aug. 20.—After ' a year's search Chief of Police Lauth has captured George Metzger, accused of murdering an Arabian peddler on the ' Wilkesbarre mountain. He was lodged in jail here last evening. Rayard To Talk in Scotland. 1 ' London. Aug. 20.—The Hon. Thomas F. Bayard, the American ambassador to ; Great Britain, will deliver the annual address before the Edinburgh Philosophi , cal society late in the coming autumn. 1 Routcllo Visits the Commons. London, Aug.2o.—The Hon. Charles A. Boutelle, a member of the American house of representatives, was present in the diplomatic gallery during the debate , in the house of commons yesterday. May Continue Until 1015. Washington, Aug. 20.—The. corporate ; existence of t lie Citizens' National bank of Keone. X. II . Las been extended to j 1 August 10, 1015. ' RELIGIOUS SERVICES. Announcements of religious services and church news will be published free of charge under this head every Thurs day. Pastors are invited to send us all items that are of general interest to the public. METHODIST EPISCOPAL. M. E. services will be hold in Lind say's hall every Sunday as follows: Preaching, 10 a. m. and 7 p. m. Class meeting, 9 a. in.; C. W. Barton, loader. Sunday school, 2 p. m.; C. W. Barton, superintendent. Epworth League, (j p. in.; Edward Jones, president. Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening at 7.30 p. m. The public is cordially invited to all of these services. Rev. Edmund White, pastor. lIOI.INKHB CHRISTIAN. Services at the Holiness Christian Association church are as follows: Sunday: Preaching, 10 a.m.: Sunday school, 2 n. in.; experience meeting, 3 p. in.: preaching, 7.30 p. m. Week day services on Tuesday and Thursday evonings. Rev. 11. P. Jones, pastor. ENGLISH 11APTIST. Services for Sunday, August 25: Prayer meeting at 10 a. in. Preaching at 10.30 a. m. Subject, "This Life and the Next." Sunday school at 2 p. m. Preaching at 0.30 p. m. Subject, "Compromisers." Rev. J. T. Griffith, pastor. ST. PAUL'S P. M. CIIUKCII. Services for Sunday, August 25: Praise and prayer service, to com mence at 9.30 a. in. Preaching at 10.30 a. in. and 7 p. m. Sunday school, George Keller, super intendent, at 2 p. in. Rev. S. Cooper, pastor. WELSH lIAPTIHT. A Welsh sermon will be preached at Tp. in. on Sunday, August 25. by Rev. J. T. Griffith, of the English Baptist church. The ordinance of the Lord's supper will be administered after the sermon. A Gigantic Affair.) The necessary make-up of a circus capable of drawing money enough to make it a profitable business is quite a gigantic affair, if a person unacquainted with such institutions were to start to buy the whole outfit. It requires many cars, hundreds of horses and animals and an army of employes and daily expendi tures of large sums of money. Leon W. Washburn owns such a show, and com bined as it is with his circus, museum, 'menagerie and hippodrome, it is a most pretentious amusement enterprise. The circus department is replete with daring and graceful riders, male and female, noted aerialists, novel jugglers, intrepid acrobats, and many other features that go to form a first-class performance. The hippodrome races arc most thrilling consistingof chariot races, tandem races, sack races, trials of speed between men and horses, and with others of a like na ture make a grand finale to a great show. In tho menagerie department will he found a number of denizens of field, 1 forest, jungle and desert. Tho lions ami their mother make a most interesting ; display and the little elephant seems to | hold the attention of all visitors to the animal collection. Did Charlie is un doubtedly the largest and oldest elephant alive. The rest of wild beasts and birds I are worthy of attention. I The show will he seen hereon Monday, i August 20. afternoon and evening. A UnelcflH FIKII. I A Maine fishing schooner had the odd and unpleasant experience recently of continually filling its nets with a kind of fish that the fishermen didn't want, they were after mackerel and ran into a school of wliiting, a useless fish about two feet long. Tho schooner had twenty-eight drag nets out, and every one was filled almost to breaking with . the thousands of whiting. It was a whole night's work to clear the nets after each haul. After getting clear of the whiting the boat caught, in tho I course of a whole day's fishing, twenty five mackerel in its twenty-eight nets. When Baby was Rick, we gave her Castoria.' When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria. When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria. When she had Children, she gave them Castoria PLEASURE CALENDAR. August 22. —Lawn party at the grounds of Mr. Mowry, Upper Lehigh, by the j Wesley League, of Freoland. Tickets, 15 cents. j August 24. —Picnic of the Hazlo Brook I Social Club, at Ilazle Brook grove. ! September fi.—Third annual ball of Division •. A.(). H., at Freoland opera house. Admission, 50 cents. | September 23. —Fourth annual ball of ! Division 10, A. O. IL, at Freeland j opera house. Admission, 50 cents. BRIEF ITEMS. Knee pants, 10c, at Refowich's. i Jos. Neuburger's special clothing sale | this week. I Suits to order, sl3 and up, at Rofo i wicli's, Freeland. Satisfaction in every respect guaran teed at Refowich's, Freeland. i Refowich sells the best $1.50 and $2 children's suits to be had anywhere. ; Refowich, the leading tailor and I clothier, is where you should buy you clothing. The best is the cheapest in the end. Go to the Wear Well Shoo House. Their shoes all wear well, i George Wise, at his stores in Jeddoand i Freeland, lias a few more sets of fly nets and large umbrellas, which he is selling j very cheap. Ladies, the best-fitting and most stylish shoe in the market is the Vision, sold at $2. Can be, had only at the Wear i Well, Eberts' old stand. The ladder-jumping hero, the steam piano, (numerous wild animals and as line a stock of horses as you would wish lo see are among the many things that j cost you nothing to look at when Wash ' burn's circus conies to town. THE HOY A CAMPAIGN. Invalided French Soldiers Return Home—News of the War. Marseilles, Aug. 20.—The steamer Yang Tse has arrived here from Mada gascar. She had on board when she left. Madagascar 136 French Soldiers who had been invalided home. Ninety-six of these are now convalescent, thirteen show 110 improvement, and three died 011 the voyage. Ten of the sick soldiers re mained at Zanzibar and thirteen at Fort Said, their condition being such that they were unable to proceed. The Yang Tse brought Tamatave papers chron icling a report that the Hova prime min ister, who is the husband of the queen, had sent a Aug of truce to General Du chesne, the commander of the French forces, who sent back a reply that he would treat with the Hovas only after he arrived at Antananarivo, the capital. The Madagascar News, one of the papers brought by the steamer, advises the Hovas to burn the capital on the ap proach of the French. It is stated that the prime minister hasdecided to set lire to Antananarivo before the French forces get within striking distance of it and retreat to the southward. Envoys of the queen arrested Hamasombazaba, who was charged with not defending Marovoay and with not burning the stores there before he retreated. He was taken to Antananarivo, and after a sum mary trial was convicted and sentenced to be burned alive, which sentence was carried out. It is reported that the prime minister has decreed the expulsiou of the British, American and Norwegian traders and missionaries in Imerina. The authority and prestige of the prime minister is said to be rapidly declining FOLLOWED HER TO OMAHA. A Pittsburg Woman Has a Too Am orous Suitor Arrested. Omaha, Neb., Aug. 18.—Miss Minnie Montgomery of Pittsburg, Pa., a hand some brunette, Saturday caused the ar rest of W. Thomas Fisher of Sharps burg, Pa., the Inventor, on a charge of threatening to kill her. The young woman is visiting friends here. Fisher fell in love with her while she wus at tending school in Pennsylvania and for months has been begging her to marry him. He followed her here and his at : tent ions became so annoying he was ar rested. ELECTED TO ITALIAN CHAMBER Defelice Is in Prison, However, and His Election Is Void. Home, Aug. 19.—Giuseppe Defelice- Giuffrida, the well known socialist, who was sentenced to imprisonment for his connection with the socialist disturb ances in Sicily, was yesterday elected member of the chamber of deputies at a bye election held in the fourth district of Home, defeating Prince Odescalchi. Though the election is null owing to the successful candidate being in prison, it indicates the feeling that is entertained by many of the electors in favor of grant ing amnesty to him. A BOY EXECUTED IN MEXICO. Ills Father, Frantic with Grief, Commits Suicide. St. Louis, Aug. 18.—A special from the City of Mexico says: A boy named Garcia who twice placed stones on the track of the Hidalgo railway, the second time causing the wreck of the train, was executed yesterday at Pachuca, under the new law suspending constitutional guarantees in the case of persons ob structing tlie public mails or railway trains. Garcia's father has committed suicide by throwing himself in front of a train on the same railroad, being frantic with grief over the fate of his son. SLOOP JIMI'O SUNK. The Captain and Seaman Asleep at the Time and Drowned. Newburyport, Mass., Aug. Ift.—Sloop Jumbo, stone laden, was sunk at the ; head of Raich's wharf yesterday. Cap tain Stephen Orr and Seaman George Welch were asleep 011 her and were drowned. Both were unmarried and lived at Pigeon Cove, Koekport. Canoe Association Dance. Hotel Champla-in, Clinton county, N. Y., Aug. Ift.—The dance given at the American Canoe association's camp, near hero, Saturday night, was a very successful affair. The dance was held in the large "mess shed," cleared for the occasion of tables and chairs. A Plattsburgh orchestra furnished the music. After the dance an entertain ment was given in the Knickerbocker camp. Big Fire at Bridgeport. Bridgeport, Conn., Aug. Ift.—Fire yesterday afternoon destroyed the yards of tHe J. L. Tomlinson Lumber com pany. The Connecticut Web company's dye room caught Are several times, but the flames were extinguished before they did any damage. Three horses were roasted to death in the lumber company's barns. The origin of the lire was proba bly incendiary. Loss about $50,000. Wiped Out by Forest Fire. Spokane. Wn., Aug. 18.—Three Forks, a little mining camp in the Slocan coun try in British Columbia, was entirely wiped out by the fierce forest fires which continue to rage with unabated fury through the country north and east of here. The inhabitants left everything and fled for their lives. In Memory of Dr. Tucker. Cottage City, Mass., Aug. 19.—At the Episcopal church yesterday Rev. Dr. Shackleford conducted a service In mem ory of the late Dr. Harnson A. Tucker of Brooklyn, N. Y. Dr. Shackleford's subject was "A Good Samaritan." Catholic Summer School. Plattsburg, N. Y., Aug. Ift. The fourth annual session of the Catholic summer school closed last evening when the Rev. John S. Belford of Brooklyn de livered the last sermon, his subject being "The Church and the Republic." Two Drowned at Buffalo. Buffalo. Atqv Ift.—While changing seats in a rowboat off the government pier yesterday afternoon Charles E. Gil lig and Henry Shecht upset their boat and were drowned. Trying To Ovortako Holmes. Indianapolis, Jnd., Aug. Ift. Detective Geyer has returned to this city to re sume t lie search for the body of Howard Peitzel. Summer neckwear, 23c at Rofowich's. VALKYRIEJIL IN PORT Lord Dunraven's Gallant Yacht Arrives Safely. Had a Somewhat Rough Voyngo Rut All on Board Aro Well —She Broke No Record, Although She Mado llio Passage in Good Time. A Grand Welcome. New York, Aug. 10.—The boat which Lord Dunraven has built to wrest the America's cup and the yachting supre macy from Yankeedom, is at anchor in New York harbor. After encountering heavy seas aud considerable head winds since her departure from Gourick bay, Scotland, 011 July 27, the cup challenger arrived at Sandy Hook lightship at 7:3(1 o'clock last evening, 011 her twenty-second day out. Her passage from Mai in Head, where she dropped her tug on the other side, to Sandy Hook, 2,770 nautical miles, took her 21 days, 0 hours and 30 min utes, an average of 121) miles a day. The Vigilant last April made 2,034 miles, from the Lizard to Sandy Hook, in 18 days, 1 hour and 45 minutes, a daily average of 168 miles, but the Vigilant had more favorabje weather than the Valkyrie 111. lias experienced. The Dunraven cutter made the ocean voyage without serious mishap, and, although her time breaks no record, she lias made a remarkable trip. Clever British skippers and plucky British tars brought through stiff winds and heavy seas the low racing craft with flush decks and scarcely any protection for those board. With a peculiar ketch rig of stout spars and tough canvas, the modern racing machine crossed the At lantic where many a big steamship has come to grief. The long, low, slender craft made her way under canvas until twenty miles to the eastward of Sandy Hook lightship, when at 6 o'clock she took a line from a towboat and came into harbor with a fleet of tugs. At 0:45 the fleet arrived at quarantine. Dr. Doty, by special request, went 011 board the Val kyrie aud after a brief examination, passed her. She was then towed to an chorage off Liberty island. At 5.45 p. m. the Valkyrie was sighted off Point Lookout about half way be tween Fire Island and the lightship vhich marks tlie entrance to the port of Few York. The British ensign bright and red in the rays of the setting sun waved from the top of the jigger mast and Lord Dunraven's private pennant of blue and yellow fluttered at her topmast bmd. Great Britain's flag was a new one while the owner's signal was old and nearly half blown away. Her white hull suggested that of the Defender with its sharp prow and immense overhang aft, but amidships the great beam suggested the Vigilant's lines. Valkyrie appeared to have less freeboard than either Vigi lant or Defender. A narrow gold hand relieved the plain whiteness of her sides. Her deck was like that of Defender, flush and without a break. There it no cock pit forward of the tiller, and the house amidships is very small. Just as the Valkyrie took a line from her tug the United Press tug Dal zell arrived alongside. To a hall from her decks Cupt. Sycamore said that all were well on board and that the trip had been made without mishap. Ten min utes later the City of Bridgeport arrived. She blew three wliipHes and sent aloft Lord Dunraven's followed a mo ment later by a private signal. Then Mr. Glennie waved a welcome with his arms ami shouted through the megaphone: 4 'How are you? Are you all well?" Capt Cranfleld came 011 deck and shouted hack: "Yes, sir; we are all well." The White Star tug Louis Pulvertlien joined the fleet, and there was a general sere nade of steam whistles. This was re peated when the Valkyrie passed the Sandy Hook lightship at 7:30. Coming up the lower bay and through the nar rows to quarantine there were repeated salutes. The Matter Treated Seriously. Chadron, Neb., Aug. 16.—James Dahl man, mayor of Chadron, has received an official communication from Phlllis Bur dough, British vice consul at Kansas City, Mo., inclosing a newspaper clipping regarding the arrest and punishment of the bicyclists Clegg and Nockles, and asking if it is correct. Mayor Dahlman treats the matter seriously. Trial Trip of St. Louis. Southampton, Aug. 10.—At daylight this morning a hundred men went to work on the American steamer St. Louis t. prepare her for her speed trail, which v ill tf to place in the English Channel to morrow. This trial is to determine whether she can fulfill the requirements (fa first class vessel under the Ameri can postal subsidy law. To Meet C'urdinal Gibbons. Baltimore, Aug. 20.—Cardinal Gib bons, who sailed from Queenstown on the Campania yesterday expects to reach Baltimore next Saturday afternoon. His c nincncc and party will be met in New ork by a committee of prominent t.ergy and laiety of this city, who will vear badges composed of colors and a cardinal bow. I'other and Son Killed by a Train. Springfield, 0., Aug. 19.—John Fisher and mother , the latter aged 72, while in a covered wagon returning from market, v ere struck by an Erie train Saturday. John was instantly killed and the mother died several hours la'er from her injur ies. Both were deaf and did not hear the train. Big Blaze at Alexandria. Alexandria, Va., Aug. 19.—Fire broke out in James' woo lyard at 5;30 last evening and before the flames were under control property valued at $25,000 hud been destroyed and four familes rendered homeless. Arrivals at Bar Harbor. Booth Bey Harbor, Me., Aug. Ift. The New York yacht Ariel of the Sea wanaka club, carrying Mr. Hill and guests, an 1 the steam yacht Chatotah have arrived from Bar Harbor. For Member of Assembly. Corning, N. Y., Aug. Ift.—The pro hibitionists of the First Steuben Assem bly district have nominated L. A. Stern of Corning for member of assembly. Earthquake it Belgrade. Belgrade, Aug. 19.—A sharp but shoit earthquake occurred here at 10.23 o'clock %at night. Mid-Summer CLEARING SALE! All summer goods at less than the cost of manufacture, while we are still in the midst of the hot weather season. The money-saving opportunity of your life. OUR ENTIRE STOCK IS OFFERED YOU AT THE MOST SWEETING RED UCTIONS. In Dry Goods: Our entire line of challies and pongess, ranging in price from 12.1 c to 18c, go now at 5c the yard. All 18c dimities go now at 10c the yard. Our entire line of 15c suiting duck, now 8c the yard. Best black and white calicoes, 4c the yard. Columbian skirting cheviot, 7c the yard. P N 75c summer corsets, during this sale 40c each. Ladies' 124 c undervests, during this sale sc. Our entire line at equally as low prices. Such an array of bargains were never before offered you. Our mammoth stocks of elegant Clothing?, Boots, Shoes, ladies and gents' furnishings, etc., are included in this sale which will continue during this month only. Our lines of ladies waists and muslin underwear expels anvthing ever shown in the town. JOS. NEUBUKGEK, Leader and promoter of low prices. P. O. S. of A. building. FACTORY: CHESTNUT STREET, BETWEEN CIIUIICII AND LAUREL, HAXLETON. Are the only HIGH GRADE and strict ly first class pianos sold direct from the factory to the final buyer. Are the only pianos on which you can save the dealers' profits and enor mous expenses, agents' salaries and music teachers' commissions. Are the only pianos every ag-eaxt condemns, for the natural reason that NO AGENTS are em ployed by us. Are the only pianos which are not sold in a single store in the United States, because we closed all our agencies over a year ago, and now sell only to the final buyer, at the actual cost of production at our factory. Wo have no store on Broad street, but the factory ware room is open every day till 0 p. m., and Saturday evenings from 7 to 10. Kellmer Piano Co. Harness! Harness! Light Carriage Harness, $5.50, $7, $9 and $10.50. Heavy Express Harness. $16.50, sl9, S2O and $22. Heavy Team Harness. double, $25, S2B and S3O. GEO. WISE, Jeddo and Freeland, Pa. A new stock of blankets, lap robes, buffalo robes, etc., jusl arrived, are selling cheap. FRANCIS" B RE OAFS RESTAURANT 151 Centre street. EXCELLENT LIQUORS, BEER, PORTER, ALE, CIGARS, Etc. All kinds of TEMPERANCE DRINKS. PflilchcKtcr'ft Fiigllnli Diamond It rand. ENNYRQYAL PILLS Original uud Only Genuine. A |S oilier. Ilrfnat (/uM;/rni.i< V I L Jj m siiimpa for imrticiilnrx. I—linmuials mid \ V fcy "Ifrllcf Tor l.iidlca," m '■" ■ > l>v return —\ P .Mall. 10.000 Ti'iUiiuoitinU. Xuinr Ptt/icr . I t'hieiientcr< lit'iiileul Co.,MudUoii Si, iiu,.-, "" u * oil Lucol Druiusbli. i'hllttdu.. I* l * LIBOR WINTER, AND OYSTER SALOON. No. 13 Front Street, Freeland. The finest Honors and cigars served at the counter. Cool beer and porter on tup. WASHBURN & TURNBACH, Builders of Light and Heavy Wagons. REPAIRING OF EVERT DESCRIPTION. FRONT STREET. NEAR PINE, FREELAND THE ADVERTISING KATES OF THE "TRIBUNE" AltE SO LOW AND THE ADVERTISING SO SATISFACTORY TIIAT THE INVESTMENT IS SUB STANTIALLY RETURNED IN A VERY SHORT TIME BY TJHE BEST CLASS OF BUYERS IN THE REGION WIIO HEAD THESE COLUMNS REGULARLY. .-*• A-1 PHILIP r GEEITZ. LEADING Jeweler and Practical Watchmaker In Freeland. Corner Front and Centre Streets. Fortunes Made and Saved by following the advice of the I IT all Street Daily News, (established 1879) In sieeulating or investing in Railway Stocks and Bonds. Subscription, £."> joi- year. Sample copies free. Address E. Martin Black, editor, No. 49 Exchange Place, N. Y. GEORGE FISHER, deuler in ! FRESH BEEF, PORK, VEAL, MUTTON, BOLOGNA, SMOKED MEATS ETC., ETC. VERY LOWEST PRICES. Dr. N. MALEY, BENtriBW. Second Floor, Jtirkbcek Crick. OVER DIKKBECK'S STOKE. ALEX. SHOLLACKT" BOTTLER. HBeer, Sorter, "V*7"in.e, a,n.d. 2Liq.-u.crs. Cor. Walnut uuel Washington streets, Freeland.