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OrriCE Front Room, over TostorSe
tNtVRANCK AND ARAL ESTATE .
OmCK Room No. 2, Columbian Btlldlafe
Office In Knt's Building, nuf Court Houm,
OILS' M. CLARK,
JUSTICE OK THE PEACE,
Office over Moyer Dto'i. Drug Stor,
Q W. MILLER,
Office in Brower's building, zd floor, roomNo I.
Office cor. Centre & Main Sts.,Clark' buililng,
TCan be comulted in German.
Office, Second floor, Columbian Buildimj,
JJ V. WHITE,
Office in Wirt't Building, 2nd floor, Main St
Office in Flnt National Bank Buildintjid flew,
r Pensions and bounties collected.
Office oxer Dentler1 Shoe store, Front room,
ROBERT R. LITTLE,
Office, Columbian Building, deor, front
Offic vjc RtwUnct' Meat Market,
Ofica, corner of Third and Main Street,
B. McKELVY, M. D.,
SURGEON AND PHYSICIAN,
Office, North tide Main Street, belw Market,
,R. J. C. RUTTER,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office, North Market Street,
R. WM. M. REBER,
SURGEON AND PHYSICIAN,
Office, corner of Rock and Market Streets,
ONORA A. ROBBINS,
Ofllcc Wost Fi'St St
Fpeclal attenllnn given to the eye and
ear ana too nmng oi yiaws.
J. BROWN, M. D.,
Office and Residence, Third Street, West
of Market, near M. E. Church,
sWOffice hours everr afternoon and evening.
Special attention given to the eye and the fitting
el glasse. 1 eicpnone connection.
R. J. R. EVANS,
TuATMKVI or ClIBOHIC Disbasis made
Office and Residence, Third St, below Marker,
J. HESS, D. D. S.,
Uraduateof the Philadelphia Dental CaQcfe.
having opened a dental office in LocZAkJi
Building, comer Main ana lustre nretu,
Ss prepared to receive all patient requlriaf pro
SLtmi, Gas, and Local Anesthetics,
Smlnlstered for the palnltH extract! en of teeth
km of chargt wha artirSdal teeth are iaaerted.
All Woac Goaeahtexd as RirxirrrD.
AINWRIGHT & CO.,
Tia5, Svaurs, Corni, Suoar, MoLAtm,
Rtci, Sricii, Bicabb Soda, ETtt, Eta
N. E. Comer Second and Arch SU.
SOrders will receive prompt attintlan.
C. SLOAN Si BRO.,
Carriages, Buggies, Phaetons, Sleighs, Platfbm
Frrrt-class work alwaji on hand, Repalrlnc
WTrlcei reduced to suit the times.
Office, Barton's Building, Main St., beL Marksi,
All styles of work done in 1 superior manner,
and all work warranted as represent!
Turn ExTBAcrxD Without Paw,
1Ut use of Gas, and free .of charge wlitn
artificial teeth. ar Inserted,
star To be open all boon during the day,
mess ei m(n
Kick". IhUBlULk! lUSSUl J
m . . . 1 n . r uhlinaH
J. X. BITTEHBENDE8, J p "I"'""'
J. G. WILL
IAS THE GREATEST FACILITIES FOR REPAIRING
IN THE COUNTY.
B. F. Hartraan is now weariiig glassca that give him entire
$E Ho is only one out of great numbers who have been
J. G. WELLS,
Optician, of Blooiiistag.
it-hon I Opont hept. 18th.
Vrmlr l.xpcnite. 83O0.
Four rajraeniH, 8W5.
Admit! fcnJ tlmt4fie yotinr men and boys tt in timet W thm
buard with the frinclpftl. leachen 11 men And craduktet of
I villi or nniui(ui' iiuuinig kict. wiser ui uic mi ctuiiu
heiy room has In it a ittim radiator and ii completely
Special opportunltlei for apt students
for backward bo, fatroos or students mar select anv studies, or
:. More fully
1. the best ed
courae, rnyiicai ana (-neraicai inoraiory. rraciicmi
upplled with apparatus than any other
fort, the best education, and the best training, f-ised i
le sent free to any addreaa. SW1T111N C. SHORT!
and Proprietor, Media, Pa.
Mrdla ln.. nenr Phil it.
Sclioul Open Hept. U3th.
venrir i.xpenno. .uu.
Two 1'aytueati. O-iao. r0R GIRLS AND YOUNG
nradustlratr Courses In C1atVca, I.ltefahtre, Science. Mathematics,
teachers and lecturer,
Smterinr Mui cal IVoartment. School has
lnJiridual attention, SrtH daises. PuLiila
SWITJIIN C. SMORTfJDT.E, A M. (Hanard Graduate.
MRS. HW1THIN C. SHUKTL1UCE.
K1PK.KSENTS Till FOLLOWINO
AMERICAN INSURANCE COMPANIES
North American, of Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania, " "
Vork, of Tenniylvania,
Hanover, of New Vork,
Sueens, of London,
orth British, of London.
OrncK on Market Street, 'above Main, No. 5.
(Successor to Ft cas Brown,)
AGKNT AND BROKER,
Bloom'sburg Fire U Life Ins. Agency,
(Established in 1S65.)
COMPANIES REPRESENTED i
Assets. A!tna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford, $0,528,388.97
Hartford, of Hartford 5,288.609.97
Phrrnix. of Hartford 4.778469.15
Sorincfield. of Kpiincfield i.tqn.ooi.og
Fire Association. Philadelphia,... 4,5 1 2,782.29
Guardian, of Lomlon 20, cot, 123. 7 1
Phcenix, of I.indoii, 6,924,563.48
Lancashire of Eng., (U.S. Branch) 1,642.195.00
Roval of En-land. " " 4.853.564.00
Mu't. Den. I.f. In. Co.Newark,N J 41,379,228 33
Losses promptly adjusted and paid at this office,
FIRE INSURANCE AGENT,
Office, Scorn) Floor, Col UMUIAN Building,
Liverpool, London, and Globe, largest in til.
World, and perfectly reliable.
Imperial, of London, $9,658,479.00
Continental of New York, 5 239,981.28
American of Philadelphia 2,401,956,11
Niagara, of New York 2,260,479.8$
Opposite Court House.
Large and convenient sample rooms. Bath
rooms, hot and cold water ; and all modern
The undersigned haa leased thla well-known
House, and la prepared to accommodate the publlo
wltn all the conveniences ot a arst-claos hotel,
LKUCBL DltAKU, Proprietor.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
W Office over Moytr Bros. Drug .Store.
Residence West Main Street.
S. GAURISON.M. D.
ItST Office corner of Centre anil Fourth
Bl., Uloomsburg, I'a.
Ijufei Vaiir ADDiy at once, sitting age. .
V.n Mar. ltoauto
rp Hull, Cllmnt" find
,;ir nat, va
QHRISTIAN F. KNAPP.
Hon of N. V. I Merthants', of Newark, N.
I, j Clintou, N, V, 1 Pople' N. V. Reading,
Pi. 1 German American Ins. Co., New York. 1
Greenwich Insurance Co., New York j Jersey
City Fire las. Co., Jersey City, N. J.
These old corporations are well seasoned bf
in and fiii testbd and have never yet had
loss settled by any court of law. Their assets
ire all invested in soun jicmiTlis, are liabje,
to the hatard of flM'onljf." .
Losses UOMrTLV q HONMTI.Y aaiusteo'
and paid as soon as dctcrWsfd, by CHRIST.
IAN K, KNAPP, SrtxiAU Acmt-,amd Ad,
fUSTEE, Bl.O0UStE0, l'A. ....
' Jf he people of Columbia county should pat
ronlie ine agency whet Josses, if any, are art
tied and i3 by, one ol their uwaciti(atV"'
BLOOMSBTTRG, PA., FRIDAY, MARCH 7 , 1890.
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ot i manaKCU f ihhm jiwj"j mine.
furnished. Grounds (ten teres) far foot Gall, bavrll
to advance rapldtr. frivate tutorine tnd special drll
a ButineM. Collere-PrerMratorr. Electrical, or Civil
uusine irpinmeni, anon nana, i ype-wrmng, etcs
niiiar acnooi rictus Acaaemy mora crery nome cam
No etamlnation for admlMlon.
tXi B, A.B., A.M. 1 Harvard Graduate), Principal
Hltl Eaitmin'i Celebrated School.
Music. Modem t.SeiTiiTe. Twelve aeeompllshew
surrounded by such restraints as art essential to tbail
mi eleven pianos, rrtvate tutoring tot
Principals. MdUt Pa
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KEYSTONE STATE NEWS.
Items Wfilch Arc of Particular
Interest to Pennsylvanians.
IN THIS AND NEAltllT COUNTIES.
ttrlet Mention of Matters Which Every
body Should Know About A Week'.
AccliUnta 'and Crimes Accuratelj and
BlIAUOKIN, Pa., Feb. 28. A fire, which
started in the Cameron colliery slope, Is
burning with incrensod Intensity, The be
lief is that the timbers lining the gangway,
becoming dry from the steam pipes running
alongside, went sot on Ore by a spark from a
miner's lamp; The work of fighting the fire
is rendered dangerous by the smoke and go
which fills the slope, Qeneral Superintend
ent Morris Williams and Mine Foreman
Brennan were removed from the slope in an
unconscious condition, having beou pros
trated by the gas. The two Imprisoned men
succeeded In effecting their escape through
an old chamber. Twenty-three mules wero
mothered. The fire is not In the stables, as
at first supposed. It Is impossible to esti
mate as yet the amount of damage that will
result from the Are.
Bcottdalk, Feb. 23. The Knight of La
bor of the coke region havo determined to
abolish the so called "pluck me store" sys
tem. Their plan is to establish co-operative
store at all the works and have the mem
bers of the K. of L. locals own nil the stock.
It will be known as the Knights of Labor
Supply company, which will tie run In oppo
sition to the Union and Keystone Supply
companies of the IL C. Frlck and McClura
Diphtheria Closes Schools.
SraouDBiinRO, Feb. 2a The publlo
schools at East Htroudsburg hare been or
dered closed for ten days on account of diph
theria. The deadly scourge has claimed two
more victims, William Uendrlckson and Llz
cle O'Brien. Diphtheria has prevailed ia
that borough for a number of weeks.
For 111. Good lllcht Arm.
Lebanon, Feb. 23. Messrs. Peter Hauer,
11. Mark lloam ana A, II, Uniblcn, arbitra
tors In the coso of Wilson Cnrlstman vs. the
Philadelphia and Heading railroad, have
awarded htm $-6,000 damages. lie lost his
right arm one year ago west of this city bj
a shifter on the road.
I'rosecullnc; an Official.
Uniontown, Feb. 28. IL K. Fronken-
berry, a member of the town council, has
been prosecuted for furnishing supplies to
the borough, lie Is charged with furnish
ing sewer plpo and Iron fence, receiving
therefor f-!l. lie was arrested, waived a
hearing and held in (300 ball for the March
SnAMOKiN, Ta., March 1. A most remark
able and distressing scene occurred here on
Thursday. The flfty-llrst annual session ot
the Pennsylvania conference of the Evan
gelical church was convened amid confusion
and disorder that, as one of the ministers
stated, bordered on anarchy. Several min
isters refused to recognize tne right of Ulsn-
op Ksher to preside on account of certain
charges made against him. On being re
quested to vacate the chair, the bishop flatly
refused, and also declined to entertain a
motion ordering hfm to step down and out.
It was impossible to transact any business,
and the seeslon was closed amid much dis-
Proposed Vennsylvanla Improvements.
- Philadelphia, March 1. Among the
many improvements the Pennsylvania Rail
road company contemplate on their New
York line is the elevatlonpt their tracks in
Jersey City, where a han ome station Is to
be constructed and the passengers landed on
the second floor. Without descending to the
ground level they will proceed directly to
the ferries. The latter will be reconstructed
or replaced with new boats, which will be
double decked. For some time past the
eoippjeflon of thropgh four line road from
Philadelphia to jersey City has been pru?
ceedlng, and there is now only a short space
In the neighborhood of Elizabeth where
there are fewer tracks than the four. It I
said that when the work Is finished the time
between the termini will not be more than
ninety minutes, while the ferry trips will be
accelerated by the construction of new
boats. The work will be completed in two
Murder In the Secuml Decree.
Lock Havkn, Po,, March S. Charles
Brown was on Saturday found guilty of
murder in the second degree for the killing
bf William Lovett.
Five Children l'oi.iiued.
PiTTHBuno, March 2. A family named
Boyer, consisting of five children, were poi
soned. It was at first supposed the family
had been poisoned by eating canned fruit,
but about four hours after the death of one
ot the children en agent of the Metropolitan
Insurance company called ou Dr. Matthews,
the attending physician, to get him to sign
the certificate of death. There was an In
surance of (00 on the life of each ot the flro
children, and this, together with the action
of the Insurance agent, has caused much
tnlk. Coroner McCough is holding an in
quest. Hydrophobia After Twenty-four Tears.
Ehib, Pa., March 4, John Wilson, a
young farmer living near Erie, is the vic
tim of hydrophobia. lie lies In convulsions,
and the case is well markotL Twenty-four
years ago he was bitten through the thumb
by a dog. A few weeks ago he felt a numb
ness ill hi hand, and as soon a it hail
reached his shoulder be was seized by the
rabies. Neighbors held him fast with buck
skin covered bands. During the lucid in
tervals the poor fellow begs' plteously to be
smothered and put out of misery. He ii a
single man, and is 28 years ot age.
Ad Attempted Hank Itpbliery.
Kidowat, Pa., March 4. Au attempt was
made to rob the Elk County bank In this
borough Sunday night. The burglars cut
through the solid walls of the building and
were working at the vault when they gave
up the job. They wero undoubtedly fright
ened away, as ttiey left a number of their
tools lying nbout tho place. When the bank
was opened Monday morning the clerks dis
covered about four feet ot the wall removed,
an4 brick, mortar, etc., scattered around.
The vault contained (50,000 which was
found undisturbed. The attempted robbery
was bj experts and caused great sensation
in tnis place.
The Fruit Crop Destroyed.
Lancaster, Pa., March 4. At a meeting
of the Liucuster County Agricultural su-
clety report were read showing that tlie
fruit crop in tho county was, practically de
stroyed by the late front. It was stated
that there will be no early fruit at all
Ten Year, la Prison.
Locichaven. Pa., March 4. Charles
Brown, who was convicted on Saturday of
murder In the Becond degree in tne Killing
of William Lovttt, was sentenced to ten
years In the Western penitentiary.
Washington, March A. Ex-Congressman
Taulbee's condition Is more critical than at
any time since Correspondent Klncald shot
him. His physicians say there is very little
hope for his recovery. The patient himse'f
haa given up the fight for life. Correspond-
ept rLincaid is suirenng from nervous pros-
Proposed National Military Drill.
Jacksonville, Fla., March Tin Flori
da sub-tropical exposition offers (5,000 In
prises to be competed lor in a national mili
tary drill tournament from April 7 to .12,
open to compaules from auy state military
organization in the Uniou, Applications
base been repejypd from thirteen states.
The Jersey llallot Frauds
Trenton, March If, The Bayonne and
Kearney boxes w.r. examined by the senate
investigating committee. While the recount
was practically' the aam- a th original
Pgur., tber w.r strong evidence of gen
eral fraud lu th Ua'oiin district, as the
boxes bad been irapered wftii.
8tru.lt by s Train.
Elgin. Ilia. March 6 At LUley Lake,
I Uustar Iliuden. a boy'of 10, with a team be
hind wblfh I. was rUlng, w.r struck by a
Cbicag0.Mlno.ap9U Kan City train
tsa uuusuy suuev
ALLISON ON TOP.
He Was Re-elected United States S.n-
ntor In luwit Klectlnn Notes.
Des Moinks. Iowa. March 6. Senator
William II. Allison has been elected to the
United States senate by the Iowa legis
lature. Each branch of the letrtilature
Voted separately. In the senate the vote
stood! William 11.
Allison (Hep.), 23;
L. Bestow (Dem.),
20; William Larra.
bee (Farmers' Al
liance), 2. In tho
house Mr. Allison
received 60 votes,
Bestow 42, and
jLarrabeo a This
fsi. gave Allison aclenr
,1k majority and obvl-
: ated the necessity
f of a second vote
I being taken in Joint
i session. Much in
torest was felt
country in the result ot this contett, a it
was thought at one time that the recent
democratic victory in Iowa, by which Boles
was chosen governor, and which made the
complexion of the legislature more demo
cratic, would result In the defeat of Senator
Allison in his fight for return to the United
States senate. A determined effort was
made to defeat him, but without success.
John D. McMahon (Dom.) -was elected
recordor at Homo, N. Y over William J.
Crnniond by n majority of 217.
At Whitehall. N. Y.. tho Democrnt elect
ed their entire ticket by over 300 majority.
In tho charter election at Amsterdam.
N. Y., Wnldron (Dom.) was elected mayor
by over 300 majority, and Blood (Dem.) was
elected city treasurer. Tho licit board of
aldermen will be u tie.
The charter election at Nenburg, N, Y,,
resulted In the election of Michael Doyle
(Dem.) for mayor, ami nltb him the entire
city ticket with majorities ranging from 300
to 800. At tho last charter election 11. 11.
Odell (lien.) was elected mayor by 800 ma
The charter election at Oswego, N. Y re
sulted in the election of Edward Mitchell
(Dem.) for mayor over Dr. J. K, Btockwell
by 180. This Is the first time that the Demo
crats have elected their candidate for mayor
in fire years. The Democrats elect four out
of eight aldermun und four out of eight su
pervisors. Mayor I'arsons after serving a mayor of
Rochester fourteen years was beaten by
William Carroll (Dem.) by 340 plurality.
The victory of Carroll was a complete sur
prise to almost every one. Mayor Parsons
has been bitterly a;satlel for alleged com
plicity in defnult.ng City Treasurer Davis'
affairs, but though tins may have hurt him,
it was over conlldence lhat boat him. The
Democrats are very jubilant. Barnard
(Dem.) was elected a member of tho execu
At Utlca, N. Y Alexander T. Goodwin.
tho Democratic candidate for mayor, was
elected by a majority of over 600. Two can
didates were in the field against him. The
board of aldermen will stand; Democrats,
8; Republicans, 4.
At Olean, N. Y, , these officers were elected.
all candidates of tho Citizens' caucus! C.
Stowell, mayor; O. M. Merrill, D. a Yan
J. J. Steyner, assessors, aud Are aldermen.
At Medina, N. Y., A. J. Hill, was re
elected president of the village, George A.
Newell treasurer, and William Comerford
and Charles A. Gorman trustees.
William Bookstaver (Dem.) was olectud
mayor of Jamestown, N. Y., by 40 majority.
The Republicans elect all other city officers
except a supervisor and a majority of the
The charter election at Auburn, N. Y..
resulted In the selection ot Orlando Lewis
and Y. IC Smith for police commissioners
with tho remainder of the city ticket by
about 000 Republican majority.
lloiiKht by the Pennsylvania llallro.td.
Philadelphia, March 5. Tho Columbia
and PortDeposttrailroadwassuld atauctlon
at the Philadelphia exchange yesterday, the
purcunsor being the 1'ennsylvanla Railroad
company. Tho prioe paid was $1,890,000.
The railroad extends from Columbia, Lan
caster couuty, J'n., to Port Deposit, Ce.ll
county, Aid., where It connects with the
Philadelphia, Wllmliigtou and Biltimore
railroad. George Kugler, representing tho
Pennsylvania railroad, was tho nurebnser.
Mr. Kugler banded a check for (50,000 to the
auctioneer, and upon tho payment of the bal
ance the property will be turned over to the
Pennsylvania railroad. The state of Mary
land has an Intercut in the road, unit the salo
is the result of a conference between therep
reseijtatlyos pf tho state and of the Pennsyl
The Flttsbure Strike.
PlTTSBDRO, Pa., March 5. The officials ot
the Pittsburg and Lake Krlo railway claim
that the strike of their ynrd men Is now
broken and the trouble Is virtually a thing
of the past, Mr. Yohe, superintendent of
maintenance of way, held a conference
with the strikers, telling them thut owing
to the absence of President Newell nothing
could be done. Mr. Yohe promised that ou
tho return of the president everything
would be made satisfactory. The strikers,
however, unanimously agreed to continue
the strike. Mr. Yohe thereupon issued u
bulletin discharging thestrlkers, forty-eight
in number. Mr. Yohe bays that he will
have new men at work today and a full
force within a few days.
A Vivisection Prosecution Falls.
Philadelphia, March B. Magistrate
Elsenbrown discharged from custody Dr.
li'-nl'iiiun I, biuiuwetl, who had been fir-
rested on a charge of unnecessary cruelty to
a dog. Dr. Shimwell Is demonstrator of
surgery in tho. Medlco-Chiiurglral college.
and had recently Intli.courbeot nls lectures
before the student made an abdominal de
monstrat on of vivUectl, n upon an etherized
dog. The warrant for the doctor's arrest
was sworn opt by pincers or tne Society for
the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. De
fense was made that the operation was In
the Interest ol science, and the magistrate.
utter hearing the evidence, dismissed the
Two More Consul, irum New Ybrk.
Washington, March 5. New York oap
tured two of the three consulship nomina
tions sent to the senute by the president and
new Jersey one, Frederick W. W, Catllu,
of Brooklyn, brother-in-law of Beeretary
Tracy and brother of (Jen. I. S. Catlin, go 's
to Munich. Herbert Uouen, son of Henry
Buweu, tho publisher, is booked for Barce
lona, while William Burgess, of New Jersey,
is to be consul at Tunstall.
Dr. John g. Crape Pel.
New IIavkn, Conn.. March 6. -Dr. John
J. Crane, one of the wealthiest and most
prominent citizens of this city, died yester
day;, aged TO. For many years he was in
charge of one of the argent hospitals In
new York city, and was considered one or
the leading physicians in that city. He
leave a fortune estimated at from two to
Condensed lleport of Proceedings lu ben-
ate and House.
Washington, Feb. 20. In the senate tin
calendar was takeu up and the bill for the
erection mid location of a bronzo statue of
Christopher Columbus at the western en
trance to the Capitol grounds was passed.
The senato then proceeded to the considera
tion of the bill to, declare unlawful trusts
and combinations lu restraint of trade nud
production, Mr, Sherman who reiwrted the
bill from the committee 011 finance, said that
be had been instructed by the committee to
move to strike out the section which Axes
penalties fur entering into trusts or com
binations. Mr, George opposed the bill on the groutid
of It liu'lllclency and unconstitutionality,
The bill ho characteriiod as an abortion
that would aggravate rather than diminish
Mr, George quoted Mr. Sherman's state
ment in the last congress to the effect thai
trust could be put down by tariff legislation,
and arguod that this bill entirely Ignored
that idea. A bill framed with such utterly
contradictory aud Irrvcoucillabie ends cuuld
not fall to Im iiwlHclent aud to be a muwrlv
Washington. Feb. 27, The contested elec
tion case of Atkinson vs. Pendleton wai
called up in the house Immediately after tht
reading ox tne journal, aud tho Moor was ao
corded to Mr, Pendleton. Mr. Pendleton
said that although ho knew he was address
ing a jury which was prejudiced against
blm, he felt it n duty tospeak In his own bo
half, lie rewwed the evidence in detail
ami declared hkj belief that he had been fairly
and honestly elcctetL
Mr. Oooiier (O.) closod the debate, sun-
porting tho claims of the contestant. The
vote was then taken on the minority resolu
tion doclarlng Pendleton entitled to the
scat. It was ilofeated yeas, 142; nays, 159
strict party ote. The vote was then
taken on the majority resolution. The Dem
ocrats refrained from voting in order to
have tho contestant seated by less than a
quorum so that the question ot tho right of
the speaker to count a quorum may be taken
before the courts. The vote resulted yeas.
102; nays, 0 the speaker counting a quorum.
Mr. U'f errail IV a.) raised the point of no
quorum, but the speaker ignored him, nud
tne newly elected member (Mr. Atkinson)
nppoared at the bar of the house, and amid
applause on tho Republican side took 'tho
oath of office.
Washington, Feb. 28. In the s.nnte Mr.
Gorman presented resolutions of the Mary
land legislature asking that (200,000 exaoted
by the Confederate army under Gen. Early
from the authorities ot Frederick, Md., be
refunded by the government. On motion
of Mr. Sherman, Senator lngalls was elected
to serve as president pro tern of the senato
during th absence of Vice President Morton
,while away on his proposed trip to Florida
with his family.
Mr. Davis, chairman of the committee on
pensions, explained the provisions of the
bill. The annual expense under the bill, ho
thought, would amount to (14,400,000 for
invalid pension, (5,1103,000 for Increase pen
sions, $10,800,000 for widows of pensioners
"dying annually, and other Items, making
the total annual expense under tho bill
(55,W3,000. Mr, Vest opposed the bill,
pointing out what he called some of It in
consistencies, and said no man living could
tell within millions and millions how much
the bill would cost the country. The bill
went over without action.
Washington, Feb. 28. The bouw dls-
cusstd and passed the urgency deficiency
bill. It was necessary to have a call of the
house to secure a quorum and proceed with
the consideration of the bill, and then after
several hours spent In discussing points of
order In committee of tho whole, the com
mittee rose and the bill was passed. It ap
propriates (23,050,000 the largest item being
i.uw.oum to pay pensioners 01 the war 01
2 and tho Mexican war.
Washington, March 3. In tho senate Mr.
Voorhees offered a preamble and resolution
(referred to the coinmltteo on Ilnancc) re
citing that in tho receut lease of the fur
seal Islands of Alaska to the North Ameri
can Commercial company all tho forms ol
law had not been complied with, and call
ing on the secretary of tho treasury for
copies of all tho bids and all correspondence
with bidders, nnu directing the secretary to
refrain from executing or delivering the
lease until the matter had been inquired
into by the senate.
Mr. Mitchell offered a resolution, which
wo agreed to, directing tho committee on
foreign relations to considor the advisa
bility of raising the Turkish mission to the
second class, and making the salary of the
American minister to that country (12,000.
On motion of Mr. Hoar, the bill nxlnir the
salaries of United State judge at (5,000
was taken up, and after some discussion
Mr. Hoar explained tne provisions of tht
bill and advocated its passagestating that
the salaries were not uniform, and In many
cases were inadequate to secure good judges.
1 he bill was passed by a vote of 63 to 15.
Iho educational bill was then taken up.
and Mr. Spooner spoke in opposition to it.
lie said be had voted once tor the bill and
once against it, and now he again opposed it.
lie complimented Mr, liluir upon bis indus
try, courage and ability In his advocacy of
the bill. He denied that the Republican
party was pledged to the support of the bill.
lie could not admit that the Federal hand
could take jurisdiction of the school system
of a state and take It into exclusive charge.
The senate In secret session devoted near
ly en hour to the consideration of the noms
(nation of Henry C. Wninioth to be col"
lector of customs at New Orleans. Mr,
Dolph, who reported the nomination favor
ably from the committee on commerce,
made a speech in defense of Mr. Warmoth,
and said that tho committee had not found
the charges made against him by Louisiana
Republicans well founded. The nomina
tion was confirmed finally by a voto of 39 to
14. A long list of other nominations was
taken up and confirmed.
Among the bills introduced in the senate
were tho following:
By Mr. Paddock (by request) Repealing
the long aud short haul clause and the pool
lug section of the interstate commerce act.
By Mr. Dolph Providing for obligatory
attendance atschool of children in Alaska,
In the house, Mr, O'Donnell presenter! n
petition of tho Seventh Day AdventisUi,
having 263,000 signatures, protesting against
the enactment ot any law in relation to
Sabbuth observance. Mr. Bankes, of Mass
achusetts, secured the euspensiop of the
rules end the passage of a joint resolution
authorizing the appointment ot thirty medi
cal examiners in the pension bureau.
Mr. Perkins, of Kansas, moved the sus
pension of the rules to put upon Its passage
the senate bill for the organization of tho
territory of Oklahoma, with the house sub
stitute therefore, ost,
Tlin Name nf Stanley. New Hook.
Ixmpon, March 4. The publishers of Stan'
ley's book nnnounce that the the title of
tho work will be "Darkest Africa; The
Quibt, Rescue and Retreat of Emln."
Bcrlbuers, ot New York, have secured or
der for 60,000 copies of tho book.
HON. JAMES E, ENGLISH DEAD.
A Notable Figure In G'timertlcut Poll
tic. and Worth Mu.ooo.ono.
Nkw Haven, Coui, March 4. Ex-Gov-
ernor James Edward English, of this city,
died shortly before 8 o'clock Sunday uftef
noou of pneumonia, of which ho hud Iwen
III for several days at his home, No. tJi
Chajwl street. He bore his 77 years us
though they were but 60, and his tall, mili
tary looking figure was a noteworthy onp
on Cievt Haven streets.
James Ednard English was born March
13, 1812, iu New
Havon, Conn. Ills
education was re
ceived in common
schools, and be
started out In llfo
as a carjieuter. He
became u master
builder, and after
wards engaged In
prisee. He was
oareful ot his
EX-oovEiiNon ENGUsn. money and accu
mulated a fortune estimated at his death at
(8,000,000. He became ft member of the
New Haven council in 18t8, nnd thereafter
took a lively interest in politic.
In 1855 he served in the general assembly
of tbo state of Connecticut, and from 185tJ
to 1858 he was a member of the state senate,
He was eleoted to congress as a War Demo
crat, servine from 1801 to 68d5. He was
warm personal friend and admirer of Abra
In 1807 he bocame governor of his native
state. He served a a United States senator
from Novembor, 1675. to May 22, 1870, hav-
ing bceu appointed to fill the interim from
the date of Senator Ferry's death to tho
meeting of the legislature, when William
11. Iturnum wns elected.
Since that time his life has been devote,!
chiefly to business, although he has taken
time to travel extensively In this country
and alto In Europe, lie was married twice.
Ills second marriage took place in this olty
at the house ot his friend, Henry 11. Plant,
Oct. 7, 1885, when he was 74 years old. The
bride was Miss Anna Rice Morris, whose
grandfather once owned th greater part of
East Haven, und gave the uame to Morris'
Governor Eucllsh gave liberally to local
charities and provided generously for hi
family, but his own pleasure, were simple
and hi Utalree from dupiay. until rooentiy
lw was a active a a tvubs lass.
YOL. 25. NO. 10.
THEIR FATE WAS DEATH.
All Hope Abandoned of Saving
HKAYE UESCUntS DUIVKX llAC'K.
The Horrible Fete or the F.lglit Men
Imprl.nned In tho lltirnlng Mine at
Wilkrnlinrre Hardly a Foaslhlllty 1 hat
They Have Not Alrrady Perished.
WiLKEDAnnE, Pa., March 6. Thoro it
now but 0110 hoiw that the eight men im
prisoned by flro In the Koulh Wllkesbarre
collieries nre alive. That bopo is a slight
one, but it Is clung to by the frleuds of the
missing men with desperate tenacity. This
hope is that they may have found their
way through old workings uuused for yenrs
into the workingsof the seam of coal known
as the Hlllmau vein.
Are They In the Hlllninn VelnT
It is remembered that Frauk Cull, one of
the Imprisoned men, helped to drive the
tunnel and work these openings, and cer
tainly knows of their existence. If this
supposition Is correct the unfortunate men
nre now locked In the workings of the Hill-
man vein, and are unreachable until tho
fire Is extinguished nnd the rock tunnel is
once more passable, and this will be the
work of several days.
Whother they can live so long is a doubt
ful question. That they can still bo In the
lowor workings, where they wero at the
time the flro began, and be alive is now gen
ally accepted as Impossible. The rescuing
party that went down the Stniiton mine at
o'clock seems to settle that question.
A Dangerous Undertaking:.
The party was composed of experienced
and resolute men.' It was n dnugerous nnd
doubtful undertaking. The distnnco from
the foot of the Stanton mlno to the point
where the men were at work Is 3,000 feet.
Up this incline the band of rescuers made
their way, not knowing at what moment a
supplementary explosion might occur. Htlf
sulfocated by smoke and noxious gases, they
iougUE their woy, and finally reached tho
very spot where tho men had been at work
when the Ore began.
Only Their Tool, were Found.
Up to this time the leaders of the search-
ng party bad some hone that when the
chamber was reached the men would lw
found alive. Only the tools of the mi-sing
men wero found, showlug plainly thut in
stead of rushing toward Stanton shaft they
nad undoubtedly gone in the direction of
.the tunnel, with tho probability of heinc
overcome by tho heat, smoke and gas which
ay in that direction. Their presence of
mind must havo beon lost iu tho first m
ment of danger, for they bad about a thou
sand feet to go toward the Stauton to roach
placo of riosltlve safety, their flight belne
made easy by tho forco of the air currents
behind them, which were being driven furi
ously out by tbo forco of the explosion at
Slopped by the Terrible Heat.
The rescuers pushed on a thousand feet
further, until they were stopped by tho tor
rlble heat, which made a barrier they could
not pass. To save the mine from utter de
struction the fire nmt be put out. It cm
only be put out by flooding the lower work-
lugs, and so long as there was a bopo that
the men might still be in there allvo the
company has het!tuted to do this.
Flooding the Bllue.
But now. If they have not made their wav
up to the Illlltnan vein workings, they nre
dead, and tho officials decided to go to work
at once and flood tho mine. No tlmo was
lost. The main of the Crystal Bprlug Water
company was tapped aud a big stream
poured down the shaft. By 9 p. m. live
streams were pouring a cascade down the
shaft. Forty-eight hours, it Is believed,
will sufllco to put out tho Ore, or at lenst so
far to check it as to render an exploration
of the workings of the Hillmau vein pos
sible. The Hoy Janie.ou'n lleriilam.
The boy Jameson displayed remarkable
heroism. When the explosion occurred he
called for help aud several men came. He
told them to tako his mules back and notify
the boss. "I am going in to notify the
boys," he said. "They've got to got out
mighty quick." Without a word ho ran
through the fast gathering smoke dowu the
dark tunnel. He never camo back, but
whatever is the fate ot the men ha tried to
save he will Bhare it. Five of the men nre
married, and unless they are recovered alive,
they will leave Ave widows and twouty-ftur
Alt Hope Abandoned.
A later dispatch says: All hope of savlnc
the entombed miners has been abandoned.
It is feared that they became confused und
ran directly Into the burning gas. Search
for tho bodies will ba continued several
days. Tho damage to tho property will bo
very great. The fire had extended 700 leet
from its point ot orizln at last reports.
Peudlutun M ill Fight
Washington, March 3. In pursuance of
the statement made by Mr. Carlisle recently
that the unseating of Mr. i'endleton, of est
Virginia, will come up in the courts, Mr.
"Ilia action In turning me out wascleorly
unconstitutional. A memlier is unseated by
the house, and the quorum uonsIsU of 106
memlcrt., not 1Ij2. There nre two ways nud
two pieces iu which tbo question of const!
tutlouallty cm be brought up. Suit can
either hi brought in the supreme court or
the court uf cl'iims. Tho proceedings can
bo quo warranto in nature, aud based on
call to the speaker to show cause why he
provciils me from exercising the privileges
of a member, A suit for salary can also be
entered, in either event vue question lor
settlement will be whether the speaker ha
a right to declare a member unseated with'
out u quorum voting."
The Democrats say they will not bring
suit until Mr, Atkinson votes on some bill
which becomes a law, and then they will
maLo the point that it Is unconstitutional.
The Republican manager are perfectly
satisfied to muke a test case of the matter.
They claim they could have a quorum rot
ing when Mr. Pendleton was unseated, but
in order todecide tho question definitely they
allowed Mr. Atkluson to take his seat on 10b
A Priest's Mysterious Death,
1'iiILADELriiiA, March 3. A man sup
posed to lie the Rev, Futher Peter Herbert
Faron, of Baltimore, died lu tho Pennsyl
vania bospltul, this city, Saturday, under
circumstances which lead tiro hospital nu
thoritius to boliove that he was foully dealt
with. The body wo badly bruised and the
coroner will hold an inquest Papers found
on the dead man's person showed him to
havo been connected with the Jesuit lustt
tutu at Frederick, Md. He was about 33
years of oge
Governor Abbett ami the Irish.
New York, March 6. Governor Ion
Abbett, of New Jersey, presided at a meet
Ing In the Cooper Uniou last night held uu
der the auspices of the Clan-ne-Ga.l tocele
brato the one hundred and twelfth anni
versary ot th birth ot Robert Emmet. He
said be considered it a great honor to be
chosen as their chairman, and made
speech eulogizing the Irish people aud pre
dicting tholr self government.
A Ills; New York Hlaie.
New Youk, March 6. Flro at 891 Broad
way last night caused (300,000 damage, 11
follows: liaton & l.alou, umbrellas urn
parasols, (100,000; M, & C. Mayer, hosiery
and gloves, $100,000; William Harvey &
lx)., smosers 'articles and ivory goods, und
the lirowu Comb company, together, (75,uUO
A, U. llaudolue, building, (2.V00U, Severe
firemen were Injured by a fulling ladder,
aud others were overcome by smoke but re
Ur.en Appolut.d Vice Chuueellor,
Tiucnton, N, J,, March 5. Chancellor
MtGill has verified the rumors ot the luiit
mouth by Bpiulutlug ex-Guveruor Robert
Stockton Ure.it vice chuueellor to fill tin
vacancy existing uui'er the law passed last
wluter authorizing the u ppoiutmeut of two
additional vice chancellors.
IL - "D.riiui;. will i-ii i
I'm (tout " bin Via If
inn wl, n
The World' News Gleaned,
Sifted and Condensed.
FRESH TIPS FKOJt THE WinKfJ.
What la Going; on of Interest That 1
Worth Reading Th Whoat of th
World's Naws Wlnnowsd from a Whole
Alexandor IL Storens has been elected
president of the Sixth National bank at New
Miss Mary Jackson, a student at the East
man Business college, Poughkeepsle, nnd
daughter of the postmaster at Pine Plains,
N. Y., has eloped with Burt Washburn, son
of the postmaster at Linlithgow, N. Y, The
coupleare said to have been married in New
York city and to bo residing there now.
The Young People' Christian Endeavor
societies of New York are making war
against whisky, tobacco and Sunday trade.
They have Induced many men and women to
sign on agreement not to patrouizo any
stores which do not close Sundays, except
drugstores. The women members of the
societies also promise not to associate with
men who use liquor or tobacco,
William H. Pope, toller of the Louisville
(Ky.) City National bank, has absconded
with over $70,000 of the bank's money.
Causes, fondness for whisky and poker.
A special from Fall River, Mass., saysi
A. J. Chare, proprietor ot the Augustus
Chare Wycomlng mills, 1 In trouble, and
attachment have lieen placed ou the prop
erty. The liabilities are Slid to be about
(80,000. The asset will probably exceed
Clara Shortrldge Folt'z, of San Diego,
Cal., has been admitted to the bar of tbo
United States supreme court. She is tho
fifth woman lawyer admitted to practice at
the supreme court bar.
Edwin Cowles, editor nnd proprietor of
The Cleveland Leader, died Maroh 4. Mr,
Cowles in 1853 established the Leader, and
has been at Its head ever since.
Alexander Doyle, of New York, has been
selected to executo a statue of the late
IL W. Orady.
Several leading rubber manufacturer
have announced an advance ot 8f per cent,
in the pVloosof their goods.
Mrs. Annllalghtandherdanghter. Kitty.
have been held for the grand jury upon a
charge of grand larceny at Peeksklll, N. Y.
They were taken to White Plains, whero
ball wo fixed at $1,000 each. They were
charged with stealing $5,600 In government
bonds from the estate of Mrs. Rebecca Lyons,
Mrs. Ella Dletz Clymer has been re-elected
president of Sorosls.
David Harris, who was the first president
of the Amalgamated Association of Iron
and Steel Workers at Pittsburg, has dis
appeared leaving no word behind him, and
his friends are getting very uneasy about
It Is said that foreign capitalists wish to
run Chicago's World's fair for tho money
there may be in the enterprise.
Dr. Charles Towner, alias Turner, alias
Rev. C. B. Cahusac, a miscreant whose busi
ness was the ruin of young girls, has been
exposed by "Wlllloe Wharton," tho Nellie
Bly of Chicago, who is employed on The
Iu the debate in the bouso of commons on
the adoption of the Parnell commission re
port Mr. Gladstone made a strong speech
against it adoption. Ho said that In asking
the house to give full effect to the acquittal
of Mr. Parnell on all serious charges he
would have the memlers recollect the in
famy of the accusations. If these accusa
tions had been proved Parnell would have
been branded as an assassin, a coward, a
liar and a hypocrite. For a long time Mr,
Parnell had stood thus pilloried before the
country. Was not full reparation due hlml
Chalkley Leconey, on trial at Camden, N.
, for the murder of his niece. Annie, has
C. C. llowland has suddenly left Mount
Vernon with several unpaid bills and a
bride, although It 1 alleged he has a wlfo
President Lelnnd, of the Sixth National
bank, New York, Is to retire, and A. H.
Stevens will be elected president.
The general committee of the New York
Ballot Reform league has presented to the
assembly at Albany probably tho largest'
petition ever sent to a legislative body.
The petition, which weighed half a ton,
asked for the passage of the pending ballot
Much opposition is shown in New York to
the proposed use of Bedloe' Island a a land
ing plaoe for immigrant.
Margaret Foley, ot Hoboken, N, J., wo
killed by a locomotive on the Erie railroad.
The house at Washington has passed the
senate bill providing for an assistant secre
tary of war.
Iu the great billiard match at New York
Slosson defeated Sohaefer In the last game
of the series, thereby winning first prize.
The score was; Slosson, 600; Schaefer, 313.
The prizes for the tournament are: First,
$1,600; second, $1,200; third, (300, and
fourth, $400. They will not be paid until
after the Chicago tournament, wbloh I to
take plaoe within thirty days. Daly and
uauon wanted to divide third and fourth
?rlzes, but Ives wished to play off the tie.
t Will be played off soon.
Pope Leo XIII was 80 year of age Sun
day and March 3 will be the twelfth auni
Tetoary of his coronation. In honor of these
two anniversaries he gave a reception to the
College of Cardinals. The pope declared his
intention to give tho most earnest study to
the social question, and said be hoped to re
ceive tho assistance 01 the r.uropean powers
lu solving this difficult problem.
The accounts of State Treasurer Noland,
of Missouri, are cousld.red all right.
Rev. J. J. Fitzmaurice, of Philadelphia,
bitterly deuounced the Clan-na-Gael Sun
day from the pulpit. He said that the or
ganization bad brought more disgrace on
the Irish people and done more harm to the
Irish cause than this or the next generation
will bo able to repair, and had used the
Catholic church as a cloak to hide Its do
ings. J. Burcheli, who Identified the body of the
murdered man found near Princeton, Ont.,
as that of F, C, Benwell, of London, Eng
land, has been arrested on suspicion of being
George Gage and Daniel Fisher were
drowned In Brackett's pond, Baiubridge,
N. Y. They were fishing through u hoi. in
th Ice when the ice broke.
Secretary Windom has awarded the con
tract tor the Alaska seal fisheries to the
North American Commercial company of
New York and San Francisco for twenty
Alexander Craig (colored), of Lancaster,
Pa., haa been awarded (10,243 back pension
money aud (72 per month. He served as a
private lu the Third United States (colored)
regiment, and is now in the Uarrisburg In
Why Orlmth Mruck Ke.ilon..
Jamestown, N, Y., March 4. The News
publishes a statement by Frunk L. Griffith,
who "caned" ex-Congressman Wnltor Ses
sions on the streets iu this city two weeks
ago. In the statement Mr. Gritllth alleges
that tho cause of the trouble wus not au old
lawsuit, as Mr. Sessions gave out to the press,
but domestic reasons prompted blm to tho
act, Grlfiltb then goes oil to say that for
several yours the ex-couressman has lieen
trying to get Mrs. Griffith to leave her hus
band, anil while at Washington proiosod to
the woman that she get a separation from
Orilllth and ho would secure her a govern
ment position. It is for this reason, Grilllth
says, that ha attacked and beat Sessions.
New Yobs, March 4. FI.OUK Quiet but firm;
Mluuesoia extra, (3.-)5.10; city mill extras,
(I.S0Q4 W for West ludies; flue, (l.ut!.33r su
WIlKAT-0ened firm at advance, and
further improved sHc. iu the first Sour ou reports
of damage in the west. A free selling at the ad
vance caused a sharp reaction, asd the earl
galas Mere lotti receipt, Jb,Ti bushels; ship
ments, &l,4fto bohliel-, No. 2 red winter, bso,
cash; do., April, b7Ko. do., May, 8r4o.; do.,
Juue, tViHo.; do., July, H3)4c
COHN-0ened weak and J60 lower. Trading
was ueglected, aud at uooa prices v. ere about the
same; receipts, 101,400 bushels; shlpmeuts, iv?,
VftJ bushels; No. I! mixed, 36)(,u., cosh; do., March,
SCa.c.; do., April, 860.; do.. May, 97o.
UAltv-Quiet; receipts, T5,iXU bushels; ship
ment., 99,004 bushels; No. mixed, Xlfia., cash)
do.. May, KTc.
rOUK Uullj meu. (10.75ail.Wfor Dew,
LAHD-Qulet; I a. 'A March; (6.U, May.
tIOLAtWK.S-1'lrmly held; 50 test, SJc.
ItOSIKtilulls stralued to good, (l.lSQl.SO.
TlUll'KNTl.Nl-:- Quiet at liaise.
FllKKIllTS-Qulet; train to London,
IlUTTEIt Weak; western creamery, fancy,
UlIKESK-IHill; 6hlo fUt,7UQ10o.
KUUS-Kirm and higher; slate, fresh, K&
10)1.0 1 weatera, fresh, lialUi.
bUJAH-ltetlned fairly active; crushed and
cut l'r. 71so. ; giauulated, 630.; luold A, s 7-lOe.
TAI.U)W-F,rm; prime olty, 4 o-lt)c.
(XI IVl'.lC buady; fair Rio cargoes, 30) 4c