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SCR ANTON. PA.. THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 18, 1894.
TWO CENTS A COPY
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treat Speech of the Ex President at Mill-ipolls.
REMINISCENCES OF OTHER DAYS
He Attributes the Present Depres
sion to the Democratic W.ir on a
Protective Taritt m a Speech Be
fore the Indiana Lincoln League.
The Republican Theory Favors
Legislation That Will Provide Com.
i:rts tor the Worklngman.
Soldiers' Orphan Schools commission.
On the motion to nuke permanent the
Injunction restrstninf then from act
ing in tii matter or selsetlng a ilta fr
tbs Sol. tiers' Orpbaa tidaetriel Nbool
Counsel foe Captain. Sklo&st eon
tended that ths tonrl iiil no iorlsdtc
lion in the question of in till to a
stat in the legislature. up.n which
hinged bis rlht to ummhciahtp on the
oommlssion, sod thai the boost of rep
rsasntetteec only doi)I i dstermins the
title to hit MMt therein, and tutlhoi',
thai thu ioi of 1893 oootluoed thsoom
mltstotl at tlien e instituted, thus con
firming Captain skinner's i ..-m wool
! in the selection of a site for the new
Tbootbertldt oontendod that when
Captain Bkluner seoepted and quoit'
I fled at r mted States pension t;nt at
I Pittsburg, he vacated his aeat hsu
I member of the tsatslatore, and also us
a niembst of the commission, Doot
lion aral reserved.
THE BARCELONA'S VOYAGE.
BDlAMAFOUS, lad. Feb 14.
iau Lincolu leagot of Ke
icau clubs held its aunuai
caution here today. re elect
log BtatOOS ri. u.rr, el Midi
sou. presided, and R K Maosneld, of
M uucte. secretary TOa reports showed
over 900 clnbs la active operation, lu
the .vaaitig a uisaa tucetiu; was held,
tt Which i President Harrison uia.le
a speo i. He said
Mr President sud Fellow CtttBOBS
There are some poop HI WOO to;.! tti: au
ei-preeiden; should bo a political dea(-
uiu'.e. :uufi::er I do uo: accapl IBS passage
theory A ssaa woo Bas 0oa SonofM by
bis fellow atueus with toe highest BtTU
l .ace iu the gcveruoieu: c -is'a: uot :o have
Twenty one Days in an Almost Con
tinuous Gale the Steamer Is
Tossed About Like Cork.
Fl.t for a Hutlog Bt'foro ibo
THEY HOPE FOR A SMALL DUTY
Senator Bl ue, ot Ohio, and 1 wo or
I hi oo Others Saul to Kivor a Small
Duty on Wool 1 he FlnsnCB Corn-milti-e
Will Lndeami to Hotramu a
rorlfl Bill Which All Domocrattc
I actions Will Support.
W tBRIMa l"N. Pot
TUT. wool man urn prapario
link ' a Bnal effort to got a
log btfON the senate til
oommlttao. and bogin to in
le intereet la tS.'se -.h ue toatOOOOaCO
the pins Wlll) and happiness of the peOQSS
or lit jiory ot :iie OOOktfl thau he bad
before he took tbe office. l7oaM ba was
00 elceptlocally dall mac. he mut iu tbe
cvmac: with jrea: ai'rs aud atith ktrea:
mea have acquired aa enlarged under
standing of tajee pnaotpaas tOal euter
into the administration of the govern
ment. riie prjsec: eonditua ft oar country it
not one of pr sperity We wrr.. recent. y
prosperous and the recent prosperity ar
enjoyed was ao; due to any rnal but to a
great pciicy tbt had been adopted aud
pat iu;o law ac t '.onz aaaiatsiaaal The
;reent OaMOm whica .Te ec.'oy is not d ie
to any man, but, as I tc: :k. to ta- im ui-n-;nt
tarest of a revere, of the oid po -.:y
and the mst:tati:n of a new one. Ap
psaBBO DM0CR-vrc tvw i ? the T.-.r.irr
I am aot one of the sx:n: Undmarits.
bat my mind ess :y rnns baci to a time
when Thorns A. Hsndnck and Joseph E.
JlcL'ccaid w-re reprvsentatiT Indiana
bm.-:rat. i hare hea.-j my esteemed
and lamented friend. Hr. tWlTtnaalil, ex
pooai the Democratic viw of tee tariff.
U; said that it was tbe accpted pnaeiple
of tSe IVmocran.' parry that the STpsnsea
of the Toreramsnt sft'oaol be ranl by
BaUTaz Fob. U - At noou to-dy
tne steamer Bareelons. Captain (.'amp
boll, arrive ! from St. .lolius, N. F. The
running from there was rough and
considerable ice wis met with,
large patches of it extending along
ttie Nova Scotia c .st The steamer's
from Liverpool to St Johns
OOBOpltd 91 days an I the captain says
it was a GOBtiuBBtion of gl-s. in fact
hurricanes of winds and heavy seas
from the time of leaving port until
anchor was dropped Sets of enormous
height swept over tbe suip, tdTBOOlog
like might v cliffs,
Her deck was swept continutlly. one
sea taking the stcotfd mate aim at over
tne side. He cautit a hue and miui
Bgod to save himself Tba oaptain aoi
ta'ned an injure to the N'o. cook
ing coul l be done from th- titu tha
vessel left p?rt until she got within 300
miles ot this coast, uud it was uupos
sible to pass leteeu decks attunes
Tne alleways were waist deep in
water Life Lues had to be carried all
tnrough her to enable the men to work
One sea broke over her. staving in
the life bottsan l breaking one com
pletely. carrying off the akyiight of the
engine room and the cooks' ventilator,
and narly .takin; tbe funnel in
its cour. Then tba stearins
gear broke, the steel wire snap
ping like pack thread. This
was quick y repaired and the ship es
caped tnjarv which might have arisen
from h-r being uncontrollable. As the
day s wore on with no decrease in tb
'tonn. tna fnel became scarce a., l tne
.' . - - - . . . , n. i i
hm: ni-lt IhaA .a lA.inz i-. I Viu'm'Jin u-gau io BC. low uu hi
j:tt:a. ttT sccat-t isp's '. :p r. :tu
articles and ia saca a way as to sire in-ai-ntai
prc-ection to tbe American maau
lacrarer and the laborer.
Tha: waa th old l mccm-i- i:-"r.n.
If it were apphed now. if the Alison bid
h4btc l ,c:r-. ttti to these line it
woo d nc: have b-a SO hirtfol becau'o
the present necessitwaof the govarnment
arc sa'.-h. th '3U id f jr sch a large
sum to mt our anneal xpecditare.bat
if this sam wr b.jW to be collected by
cutomi dntien imp. od by men who bait
no theoneo to exploit and who were sin
cereiy friendly tc the American manufac
tnrer and laborer, we might get along
pretty w! appiansp;. but tn-re has come
a oew Gcspei. and a new erned has br.
aiiopted by tne Lmorratit party, and it
seeau to b now the theory that all pro
tection is BSMBtHBtaOBOl and that it is
better to reiort ' xceptional. "itraordi-
the cargo was taken for fnel. eTou
wsstt wis burned.
Threa bun lrd miles off th New
Fouadland coast, tha struck ice an 1
padbajl thronn large qnsntitiesi of
n-vy sheets which extended nearly to
tee shore. During the storm tha cargo
shifted and a number of packages were
smashed to atoms.
SKiN GRAF T IN S.
Frtsodt of Jirm th Hulic Will Coa
tribnt Towardi a Nsw Cor.rim
Pottsville. Pa.. Feb. H Jeremiah
Haling, of Schnlykill Haven, who
trire m-.nt.hs atro had th .tin trir,r,MH
from Mi right l-giu a railroad acci
' dent at QraatOO, has not vet recovered
007, aad eras odiooa msh si ot direct I fvoa but lBjnriao aad bla cat bu baf-
in ernal ti taan to driva tbe necwuarv
revenue from importation. Applause.
TUB OVEP.yrs tTaR T.vXEB.
7T -t U oBr BgaBOtftool about he
war tar.ff ami fte i ir tax -a. Th;y wf;re
rr.eroj la it: -i.r-ma; tOOy sesrened oot
vty soorce of rrr.u. foreign and mv-r-naL
The tax-g.r.hrr .aid his claim npor.
every man and upon all property. Bot so
toon aa the government bM xtr. .vrd it
'if from th.- stress of the war Rnpnolican
r,r.srr--" : t. v.r or r
moving those war taxes.
I well r'mftmbr while I wss In the
senate tb passage of a bill repealing the
law MspoftBKitaaBB datie on patent ro- di
Cinsi, prfainery. and aocb like BftiSiBt.
It left r'rr.aiLirig of tttt iBtBTMl tax only
the iutioa oo whiskey, beer and tobar.rf..
And now ti7 those who btv
so of'-n and v, VigoCOtBW dBBOWBBBf
war taxes, w are invitil so use
MM methods of fax that hav been ge'i.
erally nsed in tim- ,l war. What is the
explanation of this- is It that du'Kn can
not so laid a to raisi the ner..r7
reveuuesf Not at all: it is that there are
thoso who ere. not willing that even the
Ir.rtdentsl protoottBB that revolts from the
collection of rim NfOaBa necsnary to snp
jrt the government abotl go to the ta n-tit
of tn. American mannfaotnrer tad labotOf.
THE lii Ti 'il THE '10VK.U5MENT.
It Is generally arreptel now as aright
principle that oar city coijnctls.oar tonnty
commlss onors, our state legislators
shonld ad leg slate to create wot a for thu
on employed iou may rvd in the am..
newspaper, on one pagt, nn app-nl to the
dry council to appropt late money to
Inaagurato a public work to give em
ploy mont to the. BOOBployof), and on
another, an article favoring tin: prop toad
system of UWifl rodOCttoB Hint close.
American mills. (Applause. The It-,
(aibllcan theory has tnn all OlOBg that, it
was right to ao 'egilate as to provide
work, employment, comfort, to the Amerl
can workltiirman. Wn believe that the
national government haa a duty in this
respect a. well as the city coonrtl and IBs
bonrd of county comtni .sioiieraiiliii ,
end that duty is best discharged by ao
legislating that American mills can ktSp
tbeir firei going. Applause
REDUCING THEIR FORCE.
Th Csntral of New J.rsay Ha. Dia
pan. ad With Engln In.pio'ore.
PniLUpsni1:' . N J., Feb. 14 The
Central llanroad company to-day
issued orders that engine, inspectors at
round houses here anil along the line
ho dispensed with. The riv ordars
will compel the laying off of from three
to five men at each round house be
twean Jersey City and Scranton.
Hereafter engineers will have to In
spect their engines before leaving work
and report to the round house foreman
should any repairs be necessary.
fled the efforts of th lee! physicians.
The unfortunate man was tbfTfors
takn to th Miner's Hospital Sine
hl ilinvss jeveral nttin;.ts ha7 been
made to r.gnft skin from several of
i.i friend upon the injured leg.
Tne effort wre ail failures and to
day a BlOOOd trial wm made at the
hospital Three of Hnling's friends
permitted pieces of skin to h'i taken
from different parts of their bodies.
CONDEMNING UNLAWFUL PAYMENTS
CnitM Bfin. (forks! of Am'iic In
Rssi n st Altooqa.
AJTOOBA, Fob. 14 At today e
lion of !)istrict No. 2 United Mini
Workers of Am'-rics, resolutions wre
BOOptOd BOOOamolOg the operators
for BBlBwfallr making monthly
pavmer.ts, nd npjjaailng to tiie
minrt to DM every lawful means to
uphold th semi-monthly pay law
Further appealing to the fsiory In
apector t'. proooratO tOOO who are
grossly violating the law OfflCBfl
will lei elected tomorrow
Mora Argumsnt In th Soldi. rs
School Bit Wradbl.
Harrisburo, Feb. 14 Jndoo 8im
onton heard arfrmnsnt this afternoon
In the injunction proceedings against
Captain (roorge W, Hkinner aud tba
And th. End Is Not, Y.it
Otwioo, Jf. Ti fob. 14. f tin RtrpobM
r,an. yesterdey elected i ll nine of the an
perviaor of Tioga coantv. It. is the Urnt
time that the entire hoard has Ixieo Itc
pohllcan in many year.
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IN OUR OWN COMMONWEALTH.
Thorns B. f'olemnii, Itonosdale, was
griBtad an Increase of pension
'I he President yesterday .erit to the H.-n-ata
thefodlowiiig nominations of posunai
ters: )nbinylviiina I-rank Mclinniilil,
Dunmoro, K1siui Warner, alontroae
I rank Miko. w ho shot and killed Woe
taw UOOkAf IIS, near MOtOfToiO on If OV
,!l was found trinity of murder of the
s-coiid degree in the Clearfield county
Augtisl F Hem.. ...f Philadelphia, a Nhlrt
iniiuinaiirqrer, commuted suicide by
booting hlrnself with a tifln. Ileapondency
caused by a failure to collect hill la aald
to have been the cause.
'I he state superintendent of public In
struction has advised tiie keeniiiu own of
schools on Washington's birthday and the
devotion of a part ol the day In approprl
nn. eaeiM.es in ubaervaiuiH of it.
The father of fienjaniiu F. OompbOll.
who was supposed to have rommllied sul'
cltle nr to have besn killed Ht Portland,
.ne , nas rsDsiTso a telegram rrooi ntm,
dated New York, stating that he wua all
'llio report of h'litburii Kaedor, the
dairy and food commissioner, Im. been
filed at the state department. Much of
tbe report i devoted to tho nloomnrgar
in law and the lack of funds to properly
enforce the act.
The liethleham Iron Company stock
holders have voted to tncream their oapi
tal stook fro.m SfWN),U(ai to IU,UO0,OUU, to
tnaks contemplated improvements. The
company's steel mill, which la now Idle,
will be rebuilt.
iMiivnoN. Fob. I I.
cm to have a
faint hope that a small dOtV will bf.
I iced ou the nilicle in which
.hey nr. SO Vitally lofOtfStStl
It is understood that great
pleasure lias been hruQgbt to
bear Upon CSrtalo Dsmoorotic Hiina
tors, whose constituents uro largely in
ttrsstsd io Wool, tO co operate with
Rspoblloansio foroing the flnancscom
mittOO to give this industry a hearing.
The men kotOTSitod sav they do
not ask unlimited time, but only
seek that their authorized representa
tives, the officials of the association
which was in session here when the
committee made its adverse decision,
mav be heard They would uot, they
say, consume more than a day or two.
LMiX'ims FAVOR a SMat.L duty.
Mr. line tlbio) is understood to
have sal I that he believed a small duty
ought to be kept on wool, and there are
two or three other Democrat) from the
northwest who, it is believed, can be
indued to act favoraulv to wool
At least, all the wool men feel
more confident than they did, and the
fact that the sub-committee is now
considering the alleged groat disparity
betweeu free wool aud the duty on the
manufactured article leads tbe wool
men to thiuk they will secure some
advantage as a result of this investiga
tion. It i probable that the ti-rht for a re
commitment of the bill will be in
augurate I by thoso senators interested
in this product, and the cheerful
mood in which such senators appear
to be in Itc ttes tint thev have hopes
of good results. It is appirent. how
svar.the chances for recommitting th
bill with instructions to have hearings
ar? not so good as tbey w-re two weeks
ago. for the reason that the tr an
committee will, if such result be possi
ble, conciliate all factions with
in the Democratic party and report to
the sauata a bill tnnt will commend
itself to the united party Dissensions
which now exist are expected to be
wiped out. and if t this be tru there,
win be littls probability of any Demo
' ats joining hands with the Republi
cans to compel the finance committee
to take a fresh stsrt
ANARCHIST HENRY'S RECORD
Ha Rsii7d Esrly Training aa a Com
mnntst from Hla Father.
Paris. Feb II In the extra edition
tba letup admits th it. the bomb throw
er a name is not F.mil Henry liretuu,
but sirnplv Fwnile Henry. Potleg Com
misoary Brnard siamlnsd the records
at the Sorbotine and fonnd It to be tru
that Henry was graduated there in the
dspartBMOt of sciences, nftr winning
stats scholarship Henry's father
was a colonel of th" Oommtine, was
condemned to death, and was forced to
flee for his life II" went to Spain with
his wife and died there.
Ilia wife returned to Franco with her
two son, i.tnile and rorttine. and mud-
lo r iiome in lirevannea, BlBStOOO miles
from Paris Bbs slill keeps a little
gruCiry store in that, village tier
neighbors say that Funic wa a QOlst,
well bhaved boy when at home. He
has riot been in the village, however,
for several years
FoTtODS, hla brother. i now rving
a throe ysr term iu ,'lalrvanx prison
for inciting to minder
BmtlS Henry is said to have bean in
America within the la.t, aix or aevon
month and to have been imprisoned
for a "hort tuna owing to Ilia viol.nl
pOaCheS or di.orderly conduct
THE RFFORMtR IS HFTfFR
Congraaamnn WlUon'a High foTSI Has
N w Entirely Mulnldnd-
KaMaI CllY, Mo. Feb 14 Con
grsssman w L Wllsoo of Wost Vir
glnl i said this m iiiilng that Im fell
tnsltur thnn h tisd ainee he left Wnsh-
logtoo. Ro il bow rati roly frto from
fever and his physician thinks there
will bo no danger in hla resuming his
ou ney to Msiieo tomorrow
Congressman Wilson nnd Tersnnv
with llndr fsiniliee, will leave for the
Cltf of Mexico on lb Santa Ke road
FRIENDS OF BFHKMAN.
relief money --.three-fourths pay while
off tot and was surprised to MOOlfS
an ShSWsr that when DC went out on
trlks he coassd to bs a msmbsr of the
tcllef aHsoi liitinti
The association, just previous to WO
strike, mad the usual asHaaniu mt of a
lay's wages, fi .si) for braksman, re
OSlYlBg Slrouse a with the lost
OR. DUKSI H'lW'b CRIME.
Coronal 'a Jury OhSfgSt Rim Wit1! tha
Murder of Ilia Bon
Bt Louis, Fab, If a verdict obsrg
lug Dr. Arihui Dusstrow with the
mordol of his boy wuh returned by the
coroner's jury this evening. Aftsr tl)S
opsrstlon psrformsd to lay opon Mra
Dusstrow, when tbrss wonais wsts
found lln her head, aim bsOlUN belter
aud it Is believed she will recover.
DuotlrOW Ml 1 1 1 talka vagiifly id' an
"accident, "but his manner lias changed
and II is believed U Will break down
and tell the whole truth of yesterday 'a
awful tragedy, lis Is hold tonight on
the colonel's verdict Tomorrow a
warrant for murder in tha lirst degree
will lie issued.
TROUBLE AT SlEURA LEONE
Q)oernmsnt v. of th. Kight n
tw.oui Booltsb and French Tmopi.
Park Feb w -The goYsrnrasot
version of the second light between
the FrsBOb and i. . !:.'! foruea in
Western Afrloi near the Sisrra Leone
frontier, siys that the troobls was due
to the Rngllsb invading French terri
tory aud attacking a village close to
the French p ist of iieuty. The trench
defended the village and repulsed the
The government Hias received no te
port from Wanna, but it is believe I
that the English tried to forcibly iu
vude French territory.
THE CIRCUIT ARRANGED.
Proceedings at the Meeting ot the
Board ot Stewards of the
Grand Trotting Association.
lli: i,iii..i . ill Hot h r A;aili:u Mi.
Reed, oi Maiim.
A WKANuLE OVER THE OLD BILL
Thu Solgnlorsgs Bill Holds the House
for tlm DISCUSSionS ot t tie Day Mi
Bland Bsstsd by tin Borgsant'St-
Aims - He Cnoite.o the Scene of tbe
Otcabiim A Dull BOBSlon In ttie
Senate, Where the Railroad I own
Situ Uill K DiscussuiJ.
New York.. Feb. 14. A meeting of
the board of stuwirds of the grand
trotting circuit was held today in tbe
Murray Hill hotel and dates wru ar-
rangdd for th" coming season. Cleve
laud made a strong ti rut to get the
week beginning July ol, but ... till
made the circuit so late in the year
that Philadelphia and Baltimore would
draw out and would clash with rieot
wood, Colonid F, Iwards, of Cleveland,
finally agreed to have the Cleveland
date set one week ahead.
East Siginaw made an application to
h ive 1'ittsburg s date al the beginning
of the circuit, and this was granted in
case Pittsburg did not use the date
Plmlico Driving park at UtUtosfswas
also admitted to follow Point BSSSBS
Hartford and Springli-ld botb promised
to have trotting this year.
The tlat-s finally arranged were as
follows Pittsburg or hast Saginaw
July 9 to 14; Detroit, Jnlv 16 to 21.
Cleveland. Julv W to ii7 , Buffalo, J ui v
Ji to Aug. u. Roches tar, Aug it to
Springfield. Au.'. 21 to 2-1, Hart
ford, Aug .' to 81. Fleetwi.it P irk.
Snt 3 toM: Point Breeaa. Sent 11 to
14; Pimlioo. Sept. IS to 21. Thestsw-
arils adj mined, to meet, in Rochester
iu May at tne call of th- president.
FIGHT WITH HORSE THIEVES
Pitchad Battle tiwasn a Fossa ani a
Rand of Outlaws.
Port Worth. Tax., Feb it Nsws
received here late last ingnl from An
son, the county s'nt ot Jones conntv,
says a battle occurred near that town
between Deputy Slierill Hnbdoodwin.
Sheriff J. V. Cunningham, of Taylor
unity, and a bund of horse thieves, iu
wblCb one of the latter was mortally
wound. Meat, had been stolon, and
the olfi ers traced bandits to a camp on
Tne thieve covered them, and the
Hirers rode nwav and SSOOFed the ns-
sisiauc of ShnrilT Cunningham nnd bis
leputiea The pirty mat iu a h nelv
lane, w hen a fierce running fire ensued
in winch Winchester losded with
buckshot and revolvers were used, tha
oflicers morlally wounding one of the
'the oflicers lost- the bandits In the
dsrkneis. Six horses were recovered.
and the sheriff s pOSSS are still in pot
suit of the thieves, with every prob
ability of overtaking them.
3F.ATH OF (IF N F tt Al HINCKS.
Thay Are Iletsi ml nad to Raoure a Par
don fer Hlrn.
I'lTTHlilllui, Pa , Feb 14 The Nw
York ntiarchUlH who are trying to get
a pardon for Aleianlnr llarkuiau, H.
C Prick's aibit'l, h ive satit an iignt
tiere to try to diacover who divulged
their plan to the public
The New Yorker ia also under In
atruotioti to keep an eye on tba pro
ceodings In court against the Mansfield
STRIKERS RECEIVE A BlOW
An Injured Man Is Hefuead Aid from
It. out As.oolntlon.
PiAH'P in, Ph., Feb. 14. Lehigh Val
ley strikers hereabouts have received
another blow. The Lehigh Valley He.
lief association, the accident insurance
of which the employes of the Lehigh
Valley are members, has refused pay
n it-ii t of benefits to several injured men
because they were lu the strike There
are several injured employes at tbe
Cue of them, William Strouse, of
Pbllllpsbnrg, who was injured a hod th
ago, made tbs usual application for
Ths Fust Volunteer of the ttStS War
Doston, Feb. 14 Menpral Kdwnrd
W. Illucks died about II o'clock this
cycl ing nt bis home n Cambridge,
after a long and painful ill ness, result
ing from wounds receive. I whlla light
ing for hi country. Wonsial lliucks
ranked among Hie bast generals of the
country during the raballtoii, was
brevetteil bligadiar general of the
Colled State, army aud commando 1
by an net of congresa for hla bravely
That. UtSBSfSl III neks was the first
volnnlear of the war is vorlll"! by
known porrsspOOdSUOS which passed
I t ween Major USOSrSI Holiert. Auder
sou and himsalf
I HE KEARSARf.il CREW MEE.
Tliey Are Kn H one Ioi New Yol U oo
th City flf I'm a
Colon, Feb. Ii The Pacific Mail
steamer City of Para sailed for New
York this afternoon Sh tins on board
tl Hirers and crew of the wreaked
United States steamship KsSTSSrgS.
All are in good health J
SPARKS FROM THE TELEGRAPH.
The treasury balance today was 0187
1)71. W17. of which $IUt,7W!l,i)il was iu gold
i'lns i. a lous of '." ) on the general
DSISOOS for IBS day.
A tiumlHu of banks nnd trust companies
of New Yolk have started out. to losui
money ou wheat and are offering four
months Insula on easy terms, mv MU to 4
per cent , taking wheat as collateral, the
same as .looks.
The'seuate has SOBnrmtd t he following
uumiuatious: Thoma II. Ferguson, of
Maryland, envoy extraordinary mid mm
i i. i plenipotentiary to Sweden, John
liarrett, of Oregon minister resident and
consul general to Slam; Thomas B Jars
lean of North Carolina, consul general at
Fthnnghal. China; J. J- Carbine, postmaster
at Ulyptaaut, Fa.
vVaSHIKOTOM, Feb. I I
r C0KTR0VBB8Y botwssa small
Ml towns lu Oklabomo territory 00
" copied the tun of the annate dur
liu inir the whole of today's SSSSlon,
as ii had ocoopisd half id ysstorday's
session. They have bOOB variously 00-
cribnd an "liiUNhrooiii towua1' ulid hs
"ten I towua" and the qOSStiOB I
whether the Hock Island H ulroad com
pany, wlioae line runs past them shall
be reqoirSd by act of congress to locate
and maintain depota and stations at
the one rather than al the other
Ou tbs 90th Of October lb house of
representatives passed a bill rsqoifiBg
the railroad company to maintain sta
tions and depots at all town -U estah
lishod by ths fotorior dopsrtmsot and
the senate railroad committee reported
hack the bill favorably, hut against the
vote of several 'of its inemners The
bill went over without action till to
The Hawaiian resolution was not
taken up today, nor is it likely to be
tomorrow, nolle having been given of
B motion to proceed to executive busi
ness i ou the Pockbam iiominution at
thu close of the morning hour, which
will bo fully occupied by tbe territo rial
railroad bill. The aenale adjourned
at 6.08 p iu
A WAlta! SLKSE l.N THt BOOSE.
Th seigniorage bill was tbe sole
topic of consideration today in tbe
house aud the only feature of special
interest was a lilt betWOOO Reed, Maine
and Bland. Missouri During the de
livery of a speech by Mr Walker ' Rep.
Ma-s. , he was subjected to almost con
tinual interruption, but was assured
by bis questioners that his time would
be extended, which Was doll after COO
Mr. Reed then intimated to Mr
Wand that it remtinsd to be seen
whether he would make anything out
d the proceeling to which Mr. Bland
retorted that he unlerstood the gentle
man from Maine intended to break a
inorum every time lie could get an
opportunity. After several acrimoni
ous remarks had been exchanged. Mr.
Reed suggssted that Mr. Blind had
better flit down, when Mr Bland hotly
retorted that bs would sit down at th
reiniest of th chair, but "not at your
reddest. You have had that opportUU
ity once, and I hope you never vviil
have it again " -
The chairman twice fonnd it neces
sary to direct the sergeant it-arms to
it Mr Bland and .Mr. Walker was
finally allowed to reaiitn his speech
Speeches were to day nude in favor
f the seigniorage bill by Messrs
Stone, i Deni , Kv HOWSf, I IvP
Oala.), Bwset, (Rep, Idabo sul Raw
lins, DsBL. Utah' Messrs. Walk-r.
Rep. Mass and lirosius vRep., Pa.',
spoke against the bill
At o.dt) in the nouse adjourned
BISSELL ON THI WAR PATH.
He Is Drurmined to Stamp Oat the LM
WABBIMOTON, iFeb. 14 PostofilOS
lnsuctor Die, who was instructed by
the postmaster general to lOVSStigAtS
the cp-rations of the Honduras Na
tional Lottery oompaoy in it relations
with the postal service, in a report to
lbs departtn oit s.iyj that the lottery
companv at tort I am pi has ertctei
and occupies a large two story tines
building, estimated to have cost, with
the printing outfit, about $60,080 The
foreign name l)J whicn tiie lottery is
designated, he says, is a DMIB SBBtSt
Poiftmsiter Qenersl Iti.seii hss csnisd
sn order to be sent to all lb post mas
tcis faitnnghotit the country instruct
ing thotn lo bo on the lookout and
prosecute any person caught sending or
n e dying mail trom the lottery com
most Severe of this winter in this fjsin
Ity. Wlille th atoriii did considerable
dauiiig. il brought ior to farmers and
lumbermen. Hundreds of teams aridl
mu had BOOB idle for weeks on ac
count of iaok of snow, whlla millions of
feat of logs liav bsOO lying in the
The ilsigbios, bOWOTSf, furnishes
work, tills the mill yards and rneans.ad
goou many i.nousari'1 oouars a nay ior
V 111 BFRNAttO ARRESTED.
Tha Famous gaarsblst chi.r iu th
aorta or Foil.
I'aIiIm, Feb 14 The BBSrObistfl here
Were SStOOOdsd toduy by the arrest of
Paul Berusrd, one of the anarcliist
chiefs who exercised SBpfomS IbUbOBOS
among the various gtOBpS Bernard
hsH bean several tunes soBdemaod for
provoking to murder, arson and pil
lage, but has always BfOBPsd convic
tion Ha was th. principal dSVlSSf of
lbs Sttsoh with a homo on OoOBtol
tfsrtinss ds Campos, for orbloh Pallas
was shot, and he it was who arrangsd
the outrage at the Lyceum tftOOtSI Ifl
Letters from Valllaol ware found in
bla po-i-e-Mou II is ataloi that those
loiter. prOVe that he wan concerned 10
tbs recent outrage in the chamber of
(February 13 and 14)
We will offer all Odds and
Endt accumulated in our
uring our Reduction Sale
Hertojtari tftorts of tfie Relief Party
to Render Aid to Their En
Wilkes-Babri, Pa, Feb. k There
is no change iu lb condition of things
at the Gaylord uiiti in Plymouth up
to this evening T he rsscuing party
who are working to reach tbe en
tombed timber men ate r.ow clear
ing out the oid man way that runs
alongside ot the plain wbicb is
filled with culm When this can be
cle.red it will give th searching
squads means of entering tbe breast
which divides tne Qsytord from No. 5
of tbe Delaware and Hudson colliery
Other men are at work boring through
pillars iu tbe mine with the hope ot
finding the men, but up to 4 oclock
this afternoon very little progress had
been made. Some of the oldesi miners
io this valley shake tbeir beads nnd say
"there is verv little ehanct of findlu,
ths meti alive if tbey are reached at
At 6 o'clock this evening th- search
ing party, which had been increased to
loo men, were working against great
difficulties. They were obliged to qnit
and hasteu to tne foot of th shaft on
account of more "squeezing iu that
puiliou of the mine wfaef tbey had
been at work. The officials are Very
reticent aud have but little to say. but
it has been known by some of tne res
cuing party that over fifteen acres of
th inside workings of the QaytorJ foil
dnring the day and tuor is hkely tC
come down during the night.
Tha a'nrface in th - neighborhood of
tiie disaster is also beginning to crack
and seams can uow b- seen fully eight
inches in width. The old working of
the Parristi colliery adjoining are also
showing signs of wcak'ueta and a num
ber of cave-ins have occurred sine
this moroing in this portion of tha
mine The officials of the Dsinware
and Hudson L'oal Companv. who are
milling coal nearby have taken every
precaution to protect tueir portion of
the mine so that no accidents will hip
pen to them
The truth of the matter l ths! the
rescuing party ste having a hsrl time
of it and it looks as thoOgb thev will
never reach the men At the office
the Kingston Qosl Co., little or no in
formation can be obtained.
Mine Inspector Willlami says it will
be several dais Fa fore the reruing
can reach the entombed men.
have over 300 feet ol solid coal to
through vet. sud IBM th men msv
not be in the place wliere they expect
to tind them.
tli past week.
Short lengths Table Dam
ask, from lto 4 yards,
at pricos which make
them intrinsic value to
Napkins, in both sizes 54
and (t some patterns of
which we have but half
dozen, will be offered at
very low figures.
'I i-lJ AS i, BDS LSD h V,
Damask and Huckabock
10c 18c, 23c.
Having no more of the
Cherub Quilts, we will offer
the Marion 11-4 at the
same price 95c
510 and 512 Lackawanna A?
fHE NTT. fETH . L NBEI HTC T
RUBBER BELTING AND HOSE,
CHAS A BCHIKREN & CO '3
And Oak-tannc-d Lsatbsf LVlutij,
H. A. Kinsburv
Spruce St , ScrantM. Pi
I TO CURt HICCOUGHS
a Novel Operation Perforated Upon a
K. i i I ol N walk.
Nkw Mik. N J . I'eb 14 A SBOOSSt
lot operation was psrformsd tv Dr's,
(lintiwiilid ToWts this ItlOl ninii upon
JobD t'nrfeerry, who has been SOtTSNBg
Irnm a severe attack 0( btOSOOghS fOI
lha psst SlSfSO weeks Tile operation
OOBSltSM ol the removal of a portion
of the inferior dental branch of the
inferior tnaxilllarv nerve, thus dostioy
I l If tba connection of DSTVOOI enaruv
betweeu th brain and the illiijiliriiairii
At the close of the operation be ex
pressed himself as leeli . grSStly te
lieved, glthoagb the blOOOUgbt still
continue lu ledn I enwrK'V. I he doc
tors lire highly pleased with their work
and look for his speedy recovery.
MISS Ii .iliil MARRIED.
Tha Daiiahtar of i ., ia ,i- . llalssll
Wads Uaeraa DOOO of WasbloBlOO.
WaslllNtlTON, Peb I I Mlsa Kll.-
aheth Maries hal.ull, dutiKliter of
lt-pressntattvi' I IrtlSSlI of l'enusrlyaiiia,
was married to Ueovue DSBO of tin
city at noon today at the t'hurch of tli
CVjvenant. Tho onremony woa per
foruied by Itsv. S J, Fisher of Pitts
burg, the pastor of the Dtlzsll family.
After a reception at the home of Mr
Dalisell, the hrldal couple left the city
fOI New York, en rout for Denver,
Colorado, where tbey will rsalds.
IOCS MOVING IN VERMONT.
Ths Rsvant Storm Brlaaa Jay to tbs
H.arts of Lumberman.
Rutland, Feb. 14 -Kcpurts of the
storm juel ended show that it was the
ProoeediBSja at a Ooaveutlos ot Cboiob
Rej.i tSSBtStleae at N.w Hvm
N: u Hated. Oobb, Feb It - At th
business scsaton of the BWSdtSb LOtB-
ersB ohonhss of Now Baglsod, New
York and PsBBSyiTBBlB, to day the fol
lowing offioars were sloe tod Rai N
s KsmeetsBs, of PnottBB, l 1 . presi
dent. Kav J, V Yivall.Wilki s Bsrre.
sec rotary ; Rst, 8 B Poroborg, STorth
QrOSTSBOttdsIs, Mass . tressurr. and
Kev ABKOStttl OlSSB, of South Mm-
ehester, Oobb , statistician
Tbs following newiv organised con
iroosttoos war receied Into tbs con
forODOS Kirat BrSBgOllCstl l.uthern. of
BverStt, Mass OootBVB V lolf, of Al
looos. Labor Qssssn, Psvt8ilon Mor
riss iiin. Etaqoosne, i'a AoogarB,
rHI WASHINGTON CRANK
ggrSBtSBSd VlSI Pr.antaat 8tavan.au,
Beoretavi Oarltsls aad n.nater Miiia.
WASUINQTON, IV C.Keb. It JoSSOb
DoslSO. the clank who wrote threat
SBtBgOOntmOBtOBtlOBS to Vic President
BleVOnSDO, Bscrstary Carlisle, Seaator
Mills and others, will be prehahlv
tornedovertc ths Baltlmors author!
ties for trial, after examination before
tJottBtl BtatSS COmmiSSiaOSI Mills here.
The postal car l sent by htm tO Ibe
vic prOSldSBl wss wntteii in that cltv.
and btS tbrSStSDlDg letter from w
TRIAL 01 THE RIOTERS
lalVrOOSSdlBgS IB tbS Mautti.Lt Oaaa
Davotit of tatsrsat
Pi itsbi no. Feb. U. Th attndaiic
at criminal court today was 'coinpar
atively small. Tha ptOOSadtogS were
wsarlsoms sod unln tersstlog, being a
SontioOSBOS, bv the defence, to present
testimony ou the pUBS line as that of
yesterday in support of the alibi in the
case of Uansfleld valley miners charged
with rib I,
The case will likely pi to the jury
before court adjourns tomorrow.
I o Lewis, Reillf k Dsvies
Pool of evsrv
lascriptloo fitted at
Reilly & Davie3.
lima .st I
' P M.
Fob. 14. Fortcint
for sestera P.nn-
,oi oaio ruin or .nine, HOi-tAra.if
SNOdi or ii I'sfera Van(rni'u,
SB0BI wif continun tonight and dun'niy th
yrsdfer port of Tliui filay, roofer, wind
thiftiny to BSTWSISSi
We Examine Eyes
Krw of I'lmrjio. If it doctor isi
oeedod n are promptly told
BO, Yi also guurantw a per
.vr cost for one week only.
I, J. KEEL
215 WYOMING AVE.