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TWELVE PAQES--.S-I COLUMNS.
SCRANTON. PA., SATURDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 24, 1S!4.
TWO CENTS A COPY.
BY THE WAY, COMPARE THE
THE HOUSE II
Mr. Blind's luirin Aro FltvoreJ with
Wormwood and Gall.
HE REFUSES TO BE CALLED DOWN
In a Bitter Speech the Noted Silverite
Denounces Both Democrat and Re
publicans aj AnarchistsOther
Members Attempt to Call Him to
Order in Vain The Chair Power
less to Restore Peace.
V isiitsinvs. Feb. '.'J
rSEFREEXi'AUV:-: BLAND ore
ated tue Br( npfOar in the BOOM
m this afteruoou. 11 secured Cue
J U Bqm upon a m itlon to discharge
KersutUlatiTti sVdatat, who ws uuder
arrest, aud upon sjis tnotioa laOBCBad
eff into a bitter aBteo 1. iu which h
denounced both Democratic aud K
publieau member. He laid the ex
ample set or some of them ia defying
tbe order of the BOOM m taarony
and that they were ta every saute o!
the word revolutionists.
He was called to order several timtt,
Representative Byaoin, Democrat, Aral
called the Missouri silverite down.
Later Mr Coombs, of New York, and
otber Democrats compelled him to take
bis seat because of intemperate Ian
gutge and became he was not talking
on tbe question u ider discussion.
The presiding ofltetr wis apparently
unable to keo loa bouse under eon
trol, notwitnstaadui the fact that the
Republicans took little if any pare la
the row ia which BUnl .vis chief
Aboot fiftv members wer-i present at
the tonwht's sessiou. After two or
three bills bad been const lered without
action the point of no quorum ww
made by several members, and after a
division was ha 1 and a rota by tellers
taken showing the Drcaeurje if mem
Cere, the house a: I 89 i Ijourned.
AN IMS C0Uf MURDERED.
Jacob A. Moore a id Uri. Jaae 3 1 ; 31 - c i
MoMtcsLLO, N. Y., Fj'o 23 Sulli
van county, after an elapse of six
months, is main called uoon to chroa
icU a doable marder. that for atrocity
and gnaatltneaa is uneqialled ia the
history of SaUrvan county crime. The
victims of thia terrible tragedy are
Jaaob A. M iore an 1 Mrs. Jane Ray
mond, his houeefceeper, two atfi resi
denta of Bushville. iire miles north of
Monticallo. Mr. M ore was Hi and
Mrs. Raymond wan 80 years of Aft.
The cr.me was discovered by Will
BOB Beebe at 10 o'clock thia morning.
The old coupla were evidently prepar
ing to retire for the Bigot when Mm as
sassin did his wort, asMr. Moore had
removed n:a boots, and the shavings
and dry woods, w.nch are the laat ace
of a farmer's doty before jroint to bad,
ware placed in their accustomed place.
Under tbe left ear of tae aged man wis
fonnd a pistol wound. A huge stick of
wood was Ij ia f on t.ie ground at the
outaide of the door, covered with
blood, and hia parson evidenced that it
bad bean need treeiy over his naad and
thoulders. The room was in a state of
confnaion. Biood was spilled freely
and the whole place bore tha evidence
that a terrible strafe for life had
Mrs. Raymoid presented a moat
ghastly and sickening rpaetaelf, She
bad evidently tried In ltd the old gen
tleman and was struck down by the as
sassin oeforo she conld be of service
Her face was terribly mutilate 1 and
bar neck was cnt in several plaoea to
the bone. A common b irn shovel waa
nsed as the instrument of daat.'i.
fo canae for the crime ".an be ae
tigned nnleaa it is that the old man had
only a few days Bfoftow drawn a
quarterly pension of from the gov
ernment for sarvicea aa a soldiar in tne
have succeeded iu Analog thai t L
Taylor is still in the city and Ins
moved an alibi by reputable wltnoatoa
who were his uoinpam ne the itltfti t of
tbe trandv. Q & MttoheM hat alto
ll" is not I student at Cornell, but is
studying iu , preparatory ion ol here.
He has also lUOOaidej m proving an
alibi. The ease of (X I, Hingeus, of
Buffalo. N. Y , however, looks very
dark. He hue positively rdturc.il out
and went away early Wednesday morn
lug liis friends claim that he la in
n octal and will bt t'a.-k in the city to
day, but the otBolall are weaving a
very atroui; net ar 1 1 I turn.
i'h Maaea of Dloasns la Buffalo Ar.
t.Motan! el Hi, Wlr.abut
BOIffALO, N. Y . Feb. 38 C. L.
DtBatua, ti. Cornell aopbotnora, wbo ti
uii.siug from ttbaoa, is tne sou ot
Joseph A. Piuens, of the uroo-vy tl ui
f EMagtna Bros., of thia oity. Mr.
la-)eiis was out of towu whau a to
portal called on him Ihll luorniug.
Mr. John 0 Dlug;eaa,tba boy's uncle,
said: "Mv brother is at Syracuse, aud
h U beeu telegraphed to ib out the nut
Ur. The boy lias not returned home,
and we li a V uo further loforutallno
Ihaa that eeatalaad la the dlapatob,"
THE ARREST Of
A BAD CROWD
Grow's Plurality Now Looms Up to
One Hundred and Eighty-two
riltLAPSLHtlta. Pa.. Feb. Co --Olllcial
returus from evry c iiintv iu th" state
except Alla(boy aud Armatroag, aud
with late careful estimates from th e
two counties show a plurality ot 188,839
for Clrow tsp ) for cu;reasjna-at.
Pmx Touch UUini Charged with HtflBg
SOIilE SHARP DETECTIVE WORK
James Walsh, John Mc Andrews,
Michael Nalanil and Arthur Lone,,
Thought to Have Been Concerned
in the Pine Brook Burglaries,
Bagged Lust Evening History ot
the Case Which Has Puizled the Po
lice A Fine Haul.
ELECTION BOARD OF JAYS.
Mvstlfytnff Returns from Ulnars M ils
Wir.KM-IiARKE, Feb 23 -The elec
tion txiard at Miners Mills, tiirea mil.a
from here, waa sent for by the oonrt
today for Irregularities fonnd in their
connt On their arnvil Jn le Riga
made an order to have the ballet1 box
opened in court and the vote for oon
KreMtnan at large re counted, a toe
rtnrn sheet read, Orow '.ii, Hancork,
lfio, tha duplicate return, (irow 'Al,
Hancock 17.', and the tally sheet, OfoW
70, Hancock 130
i'he board admitted also that they
neglected to count the voto for jude of
eleetion, and put down 70 votes as a
complimentary vote for the Republican
candidate, tbe vote for the democratic
candidate being mnch larger. Jnde
Rice ordered that the district attorney
indict the board under the the act of
VAN OUSEN NOT GUILTY.
Ihe Acousad Bockk. par of tha Coasoll
dated Bar k Vindicated.
PHJLADfXFBIA, Feb i'A l he jury in
tha case of Matthew J. Van DnWfl, Jr.,
foruierly a bookkeeper at the consoli
dated National bank, who wos aharged
with aiding Paying Teller Theodore F.
Baker in the nmbezzleinet of MYjOOO
from the institution, this afteVflOOD
rendered a verdict of not guilty.
Van Lrasen'e defence was that be
cause of ntter confidence in Baker ha
never questioned nny entries the pay
ing teller made. Baker recently plead
guilty to tbe offence.
THE MISSING STUDENT.
Oaa of the Cornell Subpaota Has Bud
danly Left Ithaca.
Ithaca, N. Y.. Feb. 28 As a result
of the ooroner'a inqneat into the recent
chlorine outrage at Cornell college, the
police officials are making diligent ef
fort to find the miming students, C. L.
Dinaeni. of Buffalo, and F. L. Tavlor.
of Plalnfield, N. J who live at 8 Cook
street, and also tha mysterious C. E
Mitchell, whose name wai on the
pieoe of brown wrapping paper, Thay
THE READING CASE.
Proceeding D.-aa Wea'dy Als-ii Bifors
Philadelpiuv. Feb li The system
of accounts pursued by the Philadel
phia aad Raadtag railroii Cal and
Iron corapanies occupied the attention
of Maater Crawford today, at the hear
ing npon tat petition of liaac L R ed,
for the reinovtl of the reodvers. Pres
ident Hsrris described la detail how
the accounts of the compauies are kep:
and declared that the ;nth ids em
ployed are thoroujblv practical and
would com p ire I ivorably with the ac
counting system of any similar cor
porations. Attorney Bijur on behalf of tha
petitioner, state : tare) Ik canted the
reports of the exper: accou itaut Little
and Comptroller Jones upja the finan
cial condition of the Reading prop
erty, Wed in court sublet to the use
of the security hold-rs, and until this
snodd be done be dsolared ha would
cot elote his caa.
Tae master made no ruling npon
the matter and the hearing was ad
journed until Tbnridav next at 11a m
It is probable that witnesses will be
examined ot Monday regarding the
ownersnipof the 33O,O00 RaJingg-n-eral
mortrage bon Is whien Mr. Ms
L;od pledge I as bis personal property
with Prince & Co. aa collateral ia the
SUICIDE OF A CONVICT.
Edward Harris Haivi Himself with
Maaea of a Sh:
Trenton, N". J. Feb. 88. Edward
Harris, a colored convict, committed
suicide a; the state prison at nn early
hour thia m ,rning by hanging bimself
to bis cell door with piecs of tbe shset
u-ed on his sleeping cot. Harris w is
ii years of age and wes serving a fif
teen vira' sentence f nf indecent as
sanle in Salem county
H tried toend his existence by hang
ing last night, but us attempt was
frustrated by a vigilant turnkey. Har
ria was then put in a straight jacket,
bnt he rent it sannder during the night
snd at dawn another turnkey found his
dead body swinging against his cell
FLASHES FROM THE WIRES.
Six ensoo '.f smnllp'.x h ive been found
iu a w York tenement..
A bill that will abolish bucket-shops
ha passed the New York Assembly.
After three rlay. of snow blockade,
trains are maalag throuxii Hono, Ney.
Suicide enderl the career of Jr It. B.
Addison, oua of the oldest of CJhicagn'e
y.x Uovern r ':ampell, of Ohio, propo.es
to stnmp every OOugf sQllonal district In
the state next falL
fly the faiiure of the lel'suw Plate
Oln.s works, of A Iria, In'l , UePauw
Holding up a bail adOCM rnnn In a store
at Hancock. Mo., a ri"rvy reMttt BHaptd
with the till . contents.
Owing to Hepreientativn W. ta Wilson's
health, he is stopping at. Aglow t.alientas,
Tex., to take h t baths.
Kiowa Indians In Oklahoma are In nn
ngly morel because thn government hss not
psl l r.vcr Wi,(KK( of priHtiirage money.
For making false entries aa county trnnq
nfer, John .1. Arnold was tWttflOad at
Loaiport, N. V ., to eleven years in prison.
Arre.tcd for hurdarlzlng ii St. I nula
tailor shop, onn of two men whs found to
be William Hull, n crook of national noto
An old man and woman wore murdered
nnnr Month ello last, alflbt for Mt pension
money. The coroner Ih holding an la
Kevenuc ofllcials o i7."'l near Morrows
town, Wnsh., Ihe itaaBiai Fairy, which has
born smuggling scorns of 'diinese into tho
V Idle prospecting near I'ornado, Mux.,
Jniiiis Orandall and L T. I'urker, Amen
rnnn, found the long-lost Spauinh mine ot
fabulous i Ichnois.
Counterfeiters ngal''1 whom Farmers
V. F. Williams and William Turlov in
formed, Hogged the two almost to death
tienr I hsrloston, W. Va.
fir. Engant F. Went, of Bab Pranotaoo,
was sentenced to Iwetily-flve years iu the
penitentiary for the murder hy malpr ac
tice of Mish Addle (llluiour, n youug uiilll.
At a meeting of the directors of the Hig
Aurora Iron mine It has teen decided to
resume work with abOQt 400 men next
Monday. Tho min" is near Hurley and Is
tbe largest on the (logebic raiiirn.
It iBolTlclallv aunouncu l at Madrid that
the anltan of Morocco bus made a satisfac
tory settlement of the claims of Spain
which comprehends tbe estnbllshisliment
of a neutral Bone, the puiilslnneiit of all
olfendors against Spanish authority nml
the payment of an adequate war iu
For their part in tha burglaries
which occurred at Piaa Brook Monday
night, Jsiues Walsh. John M. 'Andrews,
Michael Nalaud ami Arthur Long have
barn arretted, Nearly all the goods
stolen have been located. To the clever
oeteetlre work on tbt part of OfSttf
D.ivul Rooha is due the iiicaioeratiou
of tue man and the looating of the
Five burglarise occurred in the north
eru section of the city on the night in
question. Among the placs entered
waa that of Baniamln Levi, 1010 Ca
pouse avenue, m i Havid Bratideiiliurg,
J.'") Ash street. Qoodl to the amount
ot $3 0 were taken from the former
ami Brandenburg's loss was con
fined to $10.1 worth of car
penter tools. The burglars were
frightened away by Mrs. A. G Brock
while trying to force an entrance into
Root' meat uiark't, on I'iue street.
Long and Walsh were arrested
Thursday on smpicion and, aa the po
lice say, "the screws put on them'' to
make them confess their psrt in the
robbery. Both disclaimed anv kuowi -edge
of the affair. Mr. Brock csme to
the station house and identified Walsh
al one of the meu engaged in the Rooa
burglary. Still both men rstnauied
UOOP PETKC'TIVE WOIIK.
Asa sunterfuge Long was released
on bsil as a witness when wanted. In
the meanwhile Detective Roche ha 1
ballad himself on a still hunt for the
Levi goofs, which he located. Ha
made Walsh's parents believe he knew
where th- plunder was hidden aud tb'y
visited their son Ht the station houso
and prevailed upon him to reveal what
he knew of the robbery, Walsh
was also made to believe that Long
had "peucbed" on him. Under these
circumitancea ha iilntel to the officer
that he was on the right scent.
At an early hour this morning Of
ficer Roche and Sergeants Davis and
Deiter arrested Nalaud, Long and Mc
Andrews at Pine Brook Tbe two
formsr were the ringleaders, and be
fore the police are through with them
will probably have to answer for a
number of other burglaries which have
occurred of lata. No resistance was
offered tbe officers.
The arrests were time 1 to n nicety,
aa the gang thought the officers were
on the wrong track. They bad already
made preparations to leave the city,
Soua- interesting developments of
the case may bt expected later.
COMING CAMP FIRES.
Masting of the Orand Army of the It -public
I'Htl.ADKi.PHlA. F-b. 28. -A notic
a la decrease iu the rn-ni irshi p of the
Orand Army of the R 'public is (lis -elottd
wilh the twenty-eighth snnual
encsmpraeut of the department of
I'annsylvsnia which will be held iu the
Academy of Motto in Philadelphia the
last three days of next week. From ita
in iximnm enrollment of I01, IH!) num
ber! in 1890, the Orand Annvofthe
fit public in the United States has
felioii sway at the close of last year to
The ttetiooi of the eoming encamp
inent will tie open only to tnemhers.
In the evening a grand OattD firn will
lie held and prominent speakers from
other states will sddrsss the meeting.
On Friday evening a banquet will bt
given to the gu -eta mid rprsentativee
in th" Third regimen', armory. OoV
ernor Pattison, Mayor Stuart, tha
heads of dt pirtments, the judges of
the supreme court and the judiciary of
the city will be present.
In addition to the tneotlng of the
Orand Army there will also bn held
ilepsriinent conventions of the
Womtat' Itelinf corps and the ladies of
the O A. H, both adjuncts of the
Orand Army, and formed to aid them
especially in their rharitaldn work.
nml tbe game will conclude at Newark
N. J , a wuuk from tomorrow night.
SEARCHERS HaHO A I WORK
Th"V Make but tjUtll Ha1way at th.
W il m s llAltltlc, Feb 28 - -The search
ers uiiiilinue to work hard at the O iy
lord mine, hut they art inenling with
little headway. Thar have reached
what In ki.owu us Canuali in'a gang
way, hut In reach where the unfortu
nate are supposed to lie burled they
will have to go over 7 DO feet of the
plane, mid to timber this as they go
along is u dangerous task.
A number of men headed by IkeCir
roll went down into the No -I shaft,
and from this place they entered Into
tht Uaylord on the No 2 plane Tbty
report the mine to he iu u very bail
condition and it Ia their belief that the
men will not be found In weeks.
Madallua Pollard OUPtred to Flyht a
Combine of Qallantrv.
LaXIMOTOHi Kv , Feb 88 The testi
mony In th Brtoklnrldge. Pollard case
takeii for the defence here today he
for.. Bgantntr Bnlloek, proves of much
value to the defendant, inasmuch as
the depositions of R R. Rossell and
ti it Brand were corroborated by mm
of high standing and unimpeach
able Intogrity. The first wltntot was
Dr. It. D. (ireeue, who eatd he had
b-eu culled to a dllltpn table house to
attend James Bodes, and while there
Rodes poiuted out a young woman
whom he said he intended to educ ite
and marry, us she had an ambition for
learning. Rodes told him her name
was Pollard mid that she hid b-en dis
missed from the Wesleyan college iu
William Wood, an oil farmer of
Frsnklln county, testified that he had
known Mies Pollard since she was a
child. He was engaged to marry ber
mid gave her an engagement ring. He
sail it was Roles who robbed him
of his fiance. The testimony of Hiram
Kaufman, who was the butler at
the insane asylum While Hodescin-
lucted the farm for that institution,
wusto the effect that be bad eeenMiss
Pollard in houses of questionable char
ucter intoxicated and was also ac
quainted with the nnlawfnl relations
existing between the girl and Ro.es.
Ihe other two wiin'ssee examined
today were John Bailey, formerly
clerk of tuo Woolford county
court, and John S. R un, night clerk
at the Phenix hotel. Their depo
sitions merely shows 1 facts concern
ing dates when Col. Breckint idle was
at the riiemx hotel, or attending a
case iu Woodford county, which dates
are at variance with the date and
place mentioned in Miss Pollard's pub
MOHR WANTtO $100,000.
He Waves a Bludgeon and Lands in the
Arms of a. Policeman
New YOBS. Feb. 88 At 9 80 o'clock
this morning Alexander Mohr entered
the store of Ludwig Bros ,8 i W.-st Four
teenth street, and waving bludgeon,
threateningly demanded $100,000 troin
Mr. Ludwig at once. Mr Ludwig
grabbed the man by the wrists and
called for his bookkeeper, and they
succeeded in ejecting the man from the
The crank raved and fought furious
all tho way to the door, bnt his ro
sistnnce was unavailing and he was
toon landed into the street and handed
over to the policeman. 11 in until a
few months ago, had been employed in
the store, lie developed such queer
tendencies that Mr I.ndwlg found it
necessary to dispense with his sei vices.
A RECTOR SUSTAINED
The Court Dseiiss I h it R v J nnlnae
Was Irr.itularlv Dlsmteeed.
Tkknton, N. J.. F-h 88. Tit to
nreBt court today deold d the case of
Rector Joseph R. Jennings, of Orace
Episcopal church, V stlleld, N. J
against Bishop Scarborough and the
vestrymen of the parish.
The decision upholds tbe rector in
his contention that he was irregularly
dismissed He was aharged wit h lot
moralities snd can only be dismissed,
ays the court, alter a fair and tell
IN OUR OWN COMMONWEALTH.
NO IHFCKS TAKEN.
Mr. Rrastus Wlman It, Thsrefore
New YnitK, Feb 211 Late this af
ternoon Mr. A H. Ohandlof presented
a check for M, 000 aa bail for Mr Wl
man. Acting District Attorney Davis
refused to accept the eheck, saying It
would have to be deposited with the
comptroller who would give a recslpt
and isiue a certificate of deposit which
rqierales as a discharge of Mr. Wimau
It was then after .' o'clock and the
comptroller's OfllOl was OlOtOQi Tho
gentleman enld he would present the
check to the comptroller in the morn
it. D. Doiigise, n nephew of it. Q
Dun and a member of the firm of II
O. Don & Co., was seen by a reporter
at his i ill e this afternoon. Mr. Dong
lilt ssid that five other forgeries bv
Mr. W i mail hud been discovered b
sides the two which ware reported to
the District Attorney. The exports
were atlil at wurk on the books li
SHERMAN TO PLAY AGAIN.
Has Aranrad Qaraee With Paddy Walsh
of New York.
Pint, ADici.Piiu. Feb. 22. Frank Sher
man, who finished seooud Ih the rec oil
state pool toiimani'tit, hat bton
matched to play a game of pool with
Paddy Walsh, of New York.
The match Is for $250 a side, and the
men will play for BOO points. The first
half will bo played here next Tuesday
Catherine O'Honnell died nt Jeanesyille
yesterday, rgd UK),
Tlieieaieiu the lliiirisburg State l.n
nnih' tiyiotn set inmttte
Crystal Ithlge colliery, owned by the
Pardee! at ll'ir.lctnii, is again on lire.
The ho ly of the unknown man round In
Cpper Dafby tWO weeks ago was buried
ytateruay al Htdla
Among the appointments of fourth class
postmasters whh .i ii fjurnt, at promp
ton, w m ho county, I emiiylvanui.
A temperance sermon was delivoici
Inst, night hv Kev. F,. ) Itowmnii nt the
United ISrothron conferonee st 'arll'le.
The Traveling Men's 'bib of tho Bttt
baii'iueted vesienlay al 1 .irk, an, I John U
Young, of Hal l isten g, was chosen presi
fnptain 1'rnlt is tireparlng for a big
eiiientinion on ion ',-s, rin ntteenlli sn
uiveisary of the rounding of the Carlisle
I hdnin i hoot.
workmen Who otttn W liulhl t no new
1 1 iihIi kill luiduK vestkidav were arresti
as ii result of the tight over the awarding
or ma contract.
The thirty four Mansfield OOBl initio
rioters wore yesterday sentenced to prison
lor terms ranging Ir nn one mouth to two
and a half yems.
Al a meeting of the christian Fnd"iivor
society of the Carlisle I'reehytei'v, at Car
lisle yesterday, II A. Kiddle, ul Chsmhoie
burg, was elected pfttllaBti
i'lio hearing in the case of I'rcsideitt
Jesse 1'elersoii, of the Culled I mill r lit )
I due coinpsiiv, and . i ut 11
Htrmidaburg of t onsplracy, has been post
ponrii tint ii April iu.
The iisslgnineiitor A. A. Khuitiwiiy A- Co
wlielesale lioot. and shoo dealers hi It J
Market street, Philadelphia, is announced
N" statement of the assets or liabilities Is
Flies wore lighted last night in the lleth
lohem Iron cotiipanv'H mill, whluh has
been Idle Tor some time ami work will be
resumed on "double shirt" in all depart
intuits on Mondsy, giving employment
1, 100 meu.
At a late hour last night an explosion
ami lire occurred at tlie store and dwtdl
Ing or Philip II. llatitch in Ueiidiug. Then
whs a report like a cannon mid the rear
wall ot tbe bulhliiiK was forced out
Hau leb was arrested ou the chartpi
causing the niincblef. His ttock Is ruined
,!.N. Nil Al. LOW, of Maine.
Bora ut Portland. Mr . Man h ill. lH Katie r ot the Maine Prohibitory law,au actively laectl-
bad ail his me win, ii.e Tanperaaet eautt Utrauehaat tae iouuuy Cabataute. :. uatb, f. tae
I'ruhthllloii mi ly fur i'rcsln i I A general OfleuraUon, Marob V), ItJM. cf Ms DtbttieU, otrtb
dsy Is i oiio inplli il by u,e Uiflereni '1 eu,eoi,i . ortiut.ii.tiuiai . parte tjf -.lie Called
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S
Exqniaitt Material and Finish.
VICTORIA WOODHULL'S CASE.
WITNESSED THE BATTLE.
Her Suit Against the Trustees of Discharged Sailors Give Graphic De-
British Musi-urn Heard
LONDON. Feb. 88. Tbt case of Mrs.
John Biddulph Martin, formerly Vic
toria Woolhull, against the trustees ol
the British mnseiiui, was heard iu the
high court of justice, Queen's Bench
division, before Baron 1'ollock to lay
Sir Richard Webster, formerly attor
ney general tinder Lord Salisbury, rep
resented the plaintiff. Sir Richard
said that certain books in the museum
conttdned imaginary interviews with
Victoria Woodbull, in which ahe was
I tinted aa acknowledging immoral con
Mrs Martin took thtatan l and gave
the story of her life. Doriug the
course of her statements Mrs Martin
a lid that the interview published in a
Chicago paper in 1872 and copied into
tht book donated to the British Mu
teurn and wbiob waa one of those
which the complained against, bat
neaei-oerurr.il Ihe statements made
in thit interview, said Mrs. Martin,
When asked whether she had aver
been guilty of immorality Mrs Martin
said that from 1H70 to 1887 aba was
laily before the Ameiican pnblic and
that no charge had ever beeu ma le
agoinst ber character.
Sir Charles Russell, the attorney gen
eral, who appeared for tbe trustees of
the British mnaetim, aeverely cross ex
amined Mrs Martiu in regard to her
life at a clairvoyant, stockbroker and
actress In San Francisco.
When questioned in regsrd to the
Kev. Henry Ward Beecher Mrs Mar
tin said that if the Beerhar-Tilton case
was to be tried again in London she
must hsve time to prepars her case
After considerable testimony had
been taken the case was adjourned.
The Conference In Session at Sohuyl
kill Hsv.n Members Admitted.
BeBUYI KILL Ha i s. Feb 83. Biahop
Thomas Bowman of Chicago, presided
at todsy's session of the Bttt Pennsyl
vania conference of the ErangellOBl
attoetatlon, Revs. Qtorgt Botll.
Rhode Island; Aaron Hart. Vermont,
J N. Short. O -orgt Hsddow and
Henrv II. Perry, of Massachusetts,
and F. B. Ksters, of Nw Hsmpehire,
were received into the c inference.
Hon. James S Biery, counsel for the
church, ml tressed the conference on
tbe "present statin of the chinch litti
gation." Key S. P, Stretu, editor of
Bvangtlloal Messenger, Cleveland,
Ohio, was received neadvisiry iiietn
CAPTAIN O'SHEA'S WOES.
Owes Eighteen Then. end Pounds and
Has Not the Wherewl'hsl
London, Feb. 28 The receiver of
the . IT.irs of Capt.uti O'Shea, torinerly
the husband oT the widow of the late
Churl, e Stewart Farnell, hss issued a
detailed elateiuent of the stieti and lln
billliet of the bankrupt captain.
According to the statement Captain
O'Hneanwet 818,000, which he offers to
settle at 7 tip. on the pound. This
offer tho receiver advises the creditors
to accept The captain lue been in
reived in ilntoeteonitant litigation for
the last four years and to this cause ho
attributes his insolvency.
MR. REPLOGlf SUES MR. Klf.ElR.
Wants Compensation for an Alleged
Attorney D. V. UoplmHa hat sued
Printer Nicholas Kiofor to recover
$.1,11110 ilaitiaget for malicious prosecu
Mr. II qilogle allsgea that on Dec
Vd, 1888, he was arrested at the iu-stsiu-o
of Mr. Kiefer on a charge of
larceny, and after an imprisonment of
three hours was brought Wore Al
dtrnan Do Long, who dismissed the
In consequence of the nrrett and I in
prltOntntat Mr. Keidogle saya hit
ttandlng in the ooQtmnnlty and his
reputation were Injured, and he suf
fered neon anxiety f mind,
NON-SUIT WILL REMAIN.
Judge Aruhba'd Rnfuees to Strike Off
One In the Burke Treepaea Ceae.
Judge Arohbald handed down nn
opinion yesterday refusing to strike off
the uoii suit in the cute of Patrick
Burke again the Delaware and Hudson
Canal company which was tried be
tore him at the last term of common
Bnrke sought to recover daunges for
injuries sustained while descending
Into the Dioktou abaft In this city on a
scription of the Rio Janeiro
New YOBK, Feb. 2o Tbe Belgian
ttaamtr Olbara, whicn arrived to-day
from Rio Janeiro brought tx into
from the American fl-et ut that platre.
Tbey were tent home because tbeir
lermt of enlistment bad expire 1. Tbe
tailors bad not been allowed abort
leave and knew nothing of affairs iu
tbe city, but claimed to have had
ple.ity ot diversion in the harbor
Tbey tpoke rather ecoflingly of Brar
ilian warfare. Two days before they
left Rio Admiral Bsnbam bad bn first
brntb with the inturgeutt at tne out
come of the letter's annoying American
merchantmen. Tnia ia the atory at
they tell it.
On Jan 88 Admiral Da Qimi fired a
shot across tue bow ot a email boat
wbich wai carrying a line for tbt
American bark Amy, tben docking
On tbe following day the enptaiu of
the bark went aboard tbe San Frai
cisco and complained to Admired Ben
bam. The next evt: i-ig tne wLole
American fleet cleared 'or action, and
"trly on tbe morning of the 28:b tbe
Detroit attamed inside by the docks
and near tbe Trajano, tinanabara
and La Liberdade. tht inaurgent
watoblpa The Trajano again attempt
ed to interfere with the dockiug of the
American bark, and Captain Brown
eon, of tbe Detroit, ordered a six pouud
shot fired across her bow from the
starboard gun forWAT !, in charge of
Gunner O'Doeoall, "That was a chal
lenge," said Seaman Blaisdtll, "to let
then know what we were there for "
The Trajano answered with a blai.k
shot to leeward. Wbioh the tailor ex
plained meant "1 understand."
Sailor Bruce then described
what followed: "Our captain tben
sent Midshipman UcCHll with the
steam launch to ask Admiral Di Gams
what bt proposed to do. Da Gams
ent back word t hn t if we fired into bis
ftett, ht WOOld return the tire. Then
Captain Browning sent another mes
sage say t ni; that he had already fired
into Da Oe tna'e vessel and again
Would like to knOW What Ad
mini Da Game was going to
I do about it. Ward csme back that
tho insurgent admiral would pot do
anything about it Then there was a
conference of the insureent ofueers
and Admiral Da Osnia , ff.red to sur
render to A lmiral B-nhaui Our ad
miral told Da Gatna that if he did to,
he would have to turn lum over to the
Brazilian government as ha wat not
rtOOgnietd at a belligerent. So there
was no surrender.'' No tnre gnna
were fired Op to the time tho Olboya
TICKINGS FROM THE CABLE.
Madrid nnd ether cities in Spam have
had heavy I. ills o: snow.
Hi tbt aaelotlon of a powder magazine
at Wttttren, fcbjtunMvtvaiperaoatwara
Mr Patton. formtrt) a banker In New
York, is the QtadltOttltn candidate for the
constituency ot St. Andrew's Bertha, F.ng
Four bodies, found in a burned Heirast
I, dning house, nro probably those of etin
gt nuts ntttrdartd Tor then money.
Ausiiist government protests, the beds
get coinn It lee of the Btlchattg cut down
military aatlmatct over jtu.uuo.
The ttUftterlont disappearance of Rev
Ur. Williams, of OltptOB, Kngland, is
thought to badUl to financial troubles,
OWlng t bis helping trltUOt rashly.
The Berlin aenrchltta LHielowtti and
l'eteisdoi f, charged with puldiely iin-ttiag
lo violence, were today sentenced to
prison tot Bint and llu iv montbs respee
tively. Bmperor William bus pieseuted Prince
Bltmamh With a series of llNtOBea, made
by himself, showing the differences in the
trmor platMotQarmeawamhtBi and these
of ether mil ions.
ALL FOR GROW.
A Plunder In Ticket Vrlntlnr, Even,
Helps to Swell the Kisuree.
t'l.i-- MiKin.li, Pa,, Feb. 28 A blunder
made in printing tickets for thirteen of
the election precincts In this county
increases Grow's plurality over Han
cock to 1,188
In these thirteen dlttricts the Dotno
erata voted lor "William" Denton
Hancock, and Judge Gordon today de
cided that the 878 votes thus cast could
not be counted for Janice Dmton Han
WaeiiiNiiTox. Feb. 23. Forecatt
fwr Setaidayi far tetftrn va
nyhania, increosiny cloiidtness
and taaw (Mardav aJttniOM t)r
uiiiht; noriheatt iciKtlt. tnreitafwn fbaa
silranm, fatreeafng eloudinru and mow
Saturday evening ur night- northtait
Giving additional space
and special attention to this
department for one week
we offer handsomely made
GARMENTS at prices sel
dom met with. These
goods are of superior qual
ity and at prices usually
asked for medium grade.
The Embroideries used
in Trimming, the Muslin,
the Sewing, all have been
carefully examined, and
nothing unworthy is of
fered. During this time we
sell the "Queen" Night
Gown. Tucked Yoke Val
encienes Lac& Collar and
Cuffs at 98c, regular price,
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