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TWO CE1VTS A COPY.
II THE HOUSE
Mr. Bland Yields a Point in His Seigniorage
Bill and th3 Fun BaglBl
A SENSATIONAL DEBATE OCCURS
Mr. Pence, a Colorado Populist,
Scores Democrats and Republicans
Alike, and Charges Their Action to
Influence of Mr Reed Mr, Pierce
Enjoys Seeing Democrats In a Hole.
Tariff Bill in the Senate.
WaSHtNQTON, D. 0., Fob. 00
7t TIR. BLAND today yielded the
Hfl point for which the opponents
V of hil seigniorage bill have
been contending tin past ten
aud moved to proceed to its
consideration without liuiltuiou of
debute. Tint was agreed to without
objection aud the afternoon wee spent
in debate Mr. Blend, before conoeed'
ins the point, tested the house and
found himself eleven short of a qoor
nm. He stated that he could move to
morrow to close debate, an I every day
nntil the house baa voted 011 the bill.
The debate wag productive of one of
the most sensational scuues of the
tormy session. Mr. Ponce, the yoniu
Colorado Populist, vigorously scored
alike the Republicans and Democrats
for their attitude toward the bill, and
named several Republicans whom he
thought had not Toted ait they should,
charging it to the influsnee of Mr.
Reed. Mr. Fithtra (Dem , III.) criti
cised Mr. Patterson (Dem., Tenn, ) for
the inconsistency of hit spe.ch ou the
floor today, and the on he made before
the New York Democratic club Satur
day night, and denounced the wing of
the Democratic party which was op
posing the bill for their action.
In the midst of a speech by Mr. Hip
burn, (Rep., Iowa,,) who censured the
Democrats for refusing to count a
aqnorum, Messrs. Pickler and Eilis, of
Oregon, who had boon singled out by
Mr. Pierce as not voting their senti
ments, stated that he (Pierce) had ad
mitted to tbm that he enjoyed is much
as they seeing the Democrats in a
hole, and Mr. Pickler, In addition
stated that Mr. Pierce had said ho
hoped that bill would not pass.
These assertions were vehemently
douied as false by Mr. Pierce, and after
the committee rose, he made per
sonal explanation in the course of
which ho Whs twice called 10 order for
statements regarding Ellis and Haines,
of Nebraska. After the second breacn
of the rules the house voted, sixty to
thirty, that he should not be allowed
to proceed, and then at 5.80 adjourned
THE SENATE ADJOURNS EARLY.
The necessity or the anxiety of the
Democratic senators to arrive at some
definite agreement on the snbjict of
the tariff led to an early adjonrment of
the senate today, the remainder of the
afternoon being spent in a Democratic
caucus, aH a portion of the afternoon
During the fortr minutes -that the
public teuton lasted there was pre
sented, in compliance with a resolution
adopted last week, tho copy of the cor
respondence between the treasury de
partment and the department of jus
tice aa to whether silver certificates is
sued under the Bland-Allison act of
Feb 28, 1878. sre lawful money under
certain staiutes. The senate adjourned
STRIKE AT CHICAGO.
Two Hundred and Fiftv Union Work
men J'.in the Carpenters.
III. Feb. 26. Two hundred
end fifty union workmen, employed in
tho stock exchange building, now be
ing erected, struck this morning in
sympnthy with the carpenters who have
been on strike on that building for tho
past ten days against the reduction of
wages. The contractors agreed to con
cede all the demands of the Carpenter's
nnion this afternoon, but another dif
ficulty confronts them which will fur
ther delay the settlement of the strike.
The trade and labor assembly repr ,
tenting the plasterers electrical men
and other union workers who struck
this morning in sympathy with the
carpenters, has nnw made additional
demands, and until these are conceded
the strike is as far from settlement as
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ARRANGEMENTS FOR THE TRIAL
A Hearing Before Judge Martine.
Statements of Do Uancv Nicoll In
dicate That the Defendant's Actions
Were Not Confined to Forgeries.
The Date of the Trial Will Be Fixed
After Notice from the District Attorney.
Kxijuieite Material and Ftnuh.
BtrCMNNlTTc TO STIR UP THE-
MEEpNfr of TH bicyclists.
TRIBUNE ARTIST SEES THE NEWS OF THE WEEK.
VASQUEZ A FUGITIVE.
The Defeated President of Honduras
Flesing for His Life Will Be
Shot if Captured.
New York, Feb. 20- A cablegram
to tho Herald from La Libertad, Salva
dor. nays order have been sent by Gen
fral Policarpo Bonills, who is now su
preme in Hon turas, to all hi 1 forces
The Slayer of Kuckclhorn Confesses
Two Other Murders of Which
He Had No! Been Suspected.
EnraSlHQ, N. Y Feb. 26. Matthew
Johnson, tho slayer of Bintl Kookl
h im, died in the electric ohair at 11,89
a. m today. Johnson showed no signs
of breakinn down as tho lime for the
and to all officials of the overturned electrocution atDroaohd. Hp snrnriaad
goverenment, to pursue the coiKjuere I his guards and Warden Durstou with
President Vaeques, his marvellous coolneap. In all their
Wiien Vaequez fled from his capital, xperienoe with condemned murderers
Tegucigalpa, last Friday, he took the tbeyoould not recall a man who laemed
La Psterique road to Han Antonio or 1 so perfectly free from fear as the West
Reitoca, on the Halvad- rean frontier. tndlxn negro, who had no frlind or
His escupe seems almost impossible, and 1 relative nrBr to cheer his last honrs
BonlUa has promised to have him shot i except the colored Bantist Dreaclier.
to death. Five hundred men set out
with President Vaaqutl at the begin
ning of his flight at 8 o'clock in tho
evening, a way of escape out of the
city having been purposely !cpt open
for the troops by General Bonills, who
wished to avoid all the bloodshed pos
sible, though bs did not want Vasquez
to escape. The fugitives had not gone
a league on the way before their num
ber was rduned to 800 by desertion.
General Bonills entered the de
serted palace at half-past f the same
evening, the whole city being already
in his possession. Little damage was
Infl ceil upon the c ipital bv the siege,
tli- bombardment having been directed
mostly against the barracks. Good
order prevails Lhronghout the city, and
all the poliiical pri toners, including
Vegas and Santos Solo, have been
freed. Every department of the Re
public, except Ainapala, has formally
declared in favor of Gmersl Boailla,
but Governor Villella will doubtless
FLASHES FROM THE WIRES.
THE SENATE TARIFF BILL.
Sugar and Coal Will Be Protected.
Articles Transferred from the
Free to Dutiable List.
THE VENUS GOES DOWN.
The Explosion of n Shell Sinks
Nrw York, Fab, 20
RASTUfl WIMAN was arraigned
today before Judge Martiao in
Part I. of General Keseions to
plead to two indictments twjud
on Wednesday last bv th-i grand jurv.
fled are alleged
mitted bv M,
and Feb. 0, 1808,
that he forged
Urower and of E.
Military Cadets Will Not Be Allowed
Indnlgi In the Oitnne.
Washington, D. C. Feb. 26. There
will be no more football matches be
tween the military cadets of West
Point and tho naval codets of Annapo
lis. Reports from the superintendents of
the two academies Were received re
cently and th suparintendents agreed
that while football was a good thing
for the cadets on their own grouuds,
trips toother places to play teams there
seriously interfered with stu ly and dis
cipline. M' KANE WANTS A JUDGE.
Hie Application for n Stay of Prooeed
lnca Is Donied.
Brooklyn, N. Y., Fob. 20. -John Y.
McKauo got another setback thin morn
ing in his fight for liberty when Justice
E. H. Cnllen, sitting in the court of
oyer and terminer, denied his applica
tion for a StSy until tbs court of ap
peals can pass on bis conviction.
This means that unless his lawyers
can find some jmlge in the stato who
will grant a stay at once, AfcKane will
bavo to go to Sing Sing in twenty-four
JOSIAH NOT ON THE LIST.
Has Not Beem Appointed Colleotor of the
Port of Boston.
Washington, D. C, Feb. 25. It is
anthsntively ascertained that the ru
mor that Mr. Josiah (juiney was to be
appointed collector at Boston is with
His name is not on the list which the
president has left behind.
.loeeph Keppler, the cartoonist, left bis
half million .. t to his widow.
Senat r Vance, who wasroporte l dying,
is in Florida and in excellent health.
Kx-.layor John I!. LtOVlOgftOn, tho
wealthiest man iu East St. Louis, Is de
Ex-I'rnsident Harrison and party left
Indianapolis at 11,80 a. in. yesterday for
the Pacific Coast.
By court decision at Syracuse, N, V..the
14.000,000 estate ofO, Edgar Oronse must
be settled by April SI.
Renomlnatton will be declined by Gov
ernor Markbam, of California, who wains
to retire from politico
linron Mnenchaitsen, of Wermany, de-
scendant of the world-famous liar, la stop
ping at a .Now York hotel.
Quarreling overs World's fair venture,
David '). Soper, of Chicago, tried to shoot
Ins partner, C. at LkWSon and was locked
Assnnited and robbsd, Captain Benjamin
Low, n D.oiice-t -r, Alass , ll-;liei niaii, was
found dead at the door of a New York sa
BnMreon Holland, of I'miton, Va., ns-
sociato judge of the Addison ouuty court,
was gored to death yesterday atteruOOU by
Just returned from England Lueian
Tarptn, formerly chief cool for William
Waldorf Aster, died io tho hallway of a
New York house.
Tho Wells Fargo company has bought a
controlling interest in the broken Donv
meroial National bank of I'ortland, Ore,,
and set it on its feet.
Unlawful language by the state's attor
ney changes to a year's impris itiment the
death ssotsnos of Murderer Willis Holdsn,
of Aikadolphin. Ark.
Eologlsa on 1'rofessor E. J, (Christie, of
Wichita, Kan., luppostd to have died in
New York, brought an angry noto from
the profess ir in an lo.vn town.
Forty Jersoy City landladies have
charges ngainst Frank Kn-re'l, h persistent
boarding house thief, now a prisoner, and
he will get a stiff sentence.
Thomas Adamson, of Oadartown. (n.,
late consul general at l'anama, has re
oelvad from the empsr ir of i Ihina tba gol
den star and Insignia of tho Order of the
Liouble Dragon lor services rendered the
The Monroe building, a handsome offlos
building at , 11 nud 18 East l lfiy-nluth
street., Now Yorl;, was damagsd by lire
early this morniiu; to Mi extent of $fiii,00U.
Firemen LlOls HcAullffe and John Kc-
Bugh warn badly hurt by a staircase fail
ing with them.
Among those to lie presented to the
queen at tomorrow's drawing room are
Miss Florence llayard, dnuujiter of the
American ambassador; Miss Uoesevelt,
daughter of the secretary of the Ameri
can ambassy, and Mrs. Ludlow, wife of
the military attache of the ambassy.
who was but slightly acquainted with
t the convict prior to his arrival here.
A week ago be had confessed the
crime to the Rev. Mr Weisher. John
son admitted also that he had com
mitted two other murders for which be
I was never tried, nor, s i far as lie knew,
even suspected. He said that some
tweive years ago he was intimate
I with a married woman named Lizzie
Prater at Key West, FN., and on one
of his visits to her during tho absence
of her husband, he wished to get her
j 10-year-old daughter out of the way.
i tie accordingly took her a few variis
j away from the house to tho dock and
pushed her into the water. The girl
He left Key West and went to n place
on ma west roast ot Honda called t;ho
knliska. While there he worked as a
charcoal burner B got into a quarrel
over a woman with Samuel Kellogir,
another charcoal burner, and killel
him. Ho then C8UM north and never
beard of the Flori la murders again.
On lc 0, IWU2, Johnson murdered
Emil Kuekelhorn, engineer at the
electrotyping establishment of Thomas
& Wylie, Twenty-fourth street, New
Yirk. Johnson entered the place early
in the morning for the purpose of com
mitting a bnrglary. He hid in the loft
until night. When tho works were
closed he went down into tb cellar,
ind there met Kuekelhorn, Knowing
that he would be arrested, he struck
Kuekelhorn on the beail with an iron
bar, killing him.
Johnson was arrested a few days af
terward, tried and convicted. He was
senleno'.-d to death on Mav IS last.
Washington, Feb. 2(1 -The Demo
cratic senators met In conference this
morning for one hour and a half and
this afternoon for almost four hours
without reaching a positive conclusion
In any matter oonneotod with the tarilT
Sugar today, as it has been in tbs
past, was a bone of contention, ami
while tho committee has gone som l
distance to meet the sugar men. thev
have not, as those senators look at it.
gone far enough- This committee of
fered a duty of 1 cent a pound on raw i the shell was instantly
SUgBT and an addition of one-eighth of
a cent on reilued.
The Democratic senators are con -vinced
thsy must give a duty but are
opposed to yielding the cent and a half
the Louisiana men demand. The latter
believe, however, that they will get a
fairly good duty aud are inclined to
balieve it will not fall below 1 cent.
It is definitely settled that c ml will
have a duty of 50 cents a ton. A num
ber of other changes have also been
made by transfers from the free to the
dutiable list. Among them mav be
mentioned apples, green and rips, dried
and evaporaled i pineapples, dates, co
coanuts, olives, green or prepared, in
addition to these fruits, boiling cloth,
bone and charcoal and cok I are ma le
to yield a duly. Qambtfr, plaster of
pans and sulphate of lime uiiground,
shot, gun burrels, forged and rougu
bored, all havu been transferred to the
THE THIR1EENTH OAY.
Btlll Thtre Are N Indication of Success
at lilt Qayloid Minn
WlLKKg-BARRa, Pa, Feb 88. This
is the thirteenth day and not a sign
has yet been discovered of the thirteen
victims of the (iaylord mine at Ply
mouth. The miners engaged in ex
piring have HCOMdsd in working
their way through the first fall and
sre now trying to remove the second,
slid there is no telling when they will
reach the men.
A slight fall took place Into last
night and tho mine where the rescuers
are at work which aet them buck for a
lime. From present indications it is
only guess work ns to where the men
rm be, and all hopes to finding them
nlivn has been abandoned.
TO OU3T COUNTY AU0ITOR5.
Atlnrny Oinernl Bsnsel'S Effort to Have
Controller's Duties Doteriulnnd
Porwvim, Pa,, Fob. 28, Attorney
General Hensol has ordered quo war
rsnto prooetdlngS to bs instituted and
will designate an official from the stat
department at llnrrisburg to net with
local attorneys in a suit brought to
out! the Schuylkill auditors -elect from
Oiling thsir office under the complaint
that Ihe now county controller net dis
penses with comity auditors,
Tho Schuylkill decision will effect
similar officials iu Berks, Luzerne,
Liickswanna, Lancaster and other
ROUND ABOUT THE STATE.
Rm Jankiuo. Feb. 2:t, via Montkvid
KO, Feb 2d, The insurgent steamer
Venus was off Engenho island early
this morning bombarding the govsrn
ment tort at Madams Point. Her am
munition was stored in a magaziue
constructs with bags of sngir piled
high from the floor and about seven
feet thick on everv side.
A sailor who was taking a shell from
Ihe magamu" dropped it on the floor.
The shall exploded and the mag izme
was blown Up. The sailor who dropped
killed, and sev
eral other men wore injure 1. Every
thing near the magazine was wrecked
and a hole was torn in the side of the
She began filling at one rolled
slowly to starboar I, and and soon after
ward went to the bottom. The crew
was saved by small boats from the in
surgent steamer Jupiter.
RECREAMT DEACON HOLLOCK.
A Breach of Promise Suit Against a
Well Known Fireman.
Philadelphia, Feb. 20 John G
Hollook, popularly known as the "Dea
con," a well known volunteer firemen
and now a cletk in the office of the
recorder of deeds, was sued tor breach
of promise of marriage this afternoon.
The plaintiff in the case is Eva G
Franoll, She Bays that iu February of
last year Hollook began to pav her
uiaiked attentions, which culminated
Some vory important changes have i on the night of the twelfth of that
been made, however, to the free list,
anil it is said that diamonds and other
precious stones, uncut, which have
given a revenue of $1,000,000 a year,
are stricken from the dutiable list. The
lead men derive little satisfaction from
the situation, for it is now said that the
lead ol all descriptions and lead ore,
together with all lend products, are to
be put on the free list.
Tho tax on whiskey has been dis
ontatd, but little, an 1 the final disposi
tion of this article is uncertain.
PETARD IN fc THEATRE
Ilenjumln L. Hewitt, of llolidsytdmrg,
ox-speaker of the house nt representative,
who is seriously 111 at the ilingham bottst.
was reported to be better last niglit and
ho will probably recover.
lllchard I'uryear, the. negro charged
with murdering Christian Rhlors nnd nis
wife, was luouuht to Stroiideburg and
lodged in jail yesterday. I'uryear denies
the ctanrgu against him.
An Italian Aadlenoe Alrmd by
Pits, Feb. 'Jii -Dnrlnga performance
of "Gthollo" at the Theatre Nnevo
yesterday a petard was thrown into
the auditorium trough n window at the
rear of the stage. The explosive intssle
burst with a loud report aud created
the greatest excitement ainoiiK the
audience, who imagined that the ex
plotton was caused bv a dynamite
bomb. 11 ippllv the petard did not in
jure anybody and did not do any dam
age to the theatre.
After the explosion the people sprang
to their feet aud made a rush for the
exits, but the oondnotor of the orches
tra ncto I with groat presence of mind,
shouted to the lie dug people that there
was no danger, told tnem to resume
their seals and ordered the orchestra
to strike up tho national anthem and,
later, the I'.-trlbaldian hymn.
The police are investigating the out
rage, but up to the preseut no arrvsis
have been made.
STRIKE OF THE WEAVERS.
They Rifute to Submit to a Riduo'.lon
of 18 Ver Cent.
PH1L1P8BDBO, N. J,, Feb. 20 The
weaver iu the Standard silk mill hers
refused this afternoon to submit to n
reduction of 12 per cent, and struck.
They marched from the mill over 40)
strong to Parochial hall and passed
resolutions to stand out until the old
rate is restored.
The mill will have to snut down if
the weavers do not return, which will
affect in all about 1,000 hands. About
twenty-five of tho weavers remained at
Terrible Boiler Bzploelon In the Iron
Works at Alexandrowsk. Russia.
BV, PtrHUUMMi Feb 2(1, A terrible
boiler explosion has tuken place ut the
big iron works at Alexaudrowk.
Twenty-live men were killed and ten
were seriously injured.
month in a solemn engagement.
He continued paying her his ad
dresses up to July last, when, she says
ha suddenly ceased, without anv cause
or reason, and has since refused to
marry her, although she lias always
been ready and willing to become his
wife. The action is by capias, and a
writ was issued for tho "Deacon's" ar
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IT'S STILL RISING.
Official Counts In Allegheny and Arm
ntrorfi Inorease Grow' Plurailtv.
Philadelphia, Feb. 20 The official
count ot Allegheny nnd Armstrong
counties was completed today, Allo
gheuy county's official 'plurality ia
shown lo be 88, OSS, about 5,000 irreator
than the Into estimates from that
OOUQty, This increases Grow's plural
ity In the state to 17,1(10.
Th total vote of the state for Ihe
five candidates for conaressman-at-large
was: Grow. (returns from Greene
county tuissingi 480,028 1 Hancock, (re
turns from Greene county miseing)
908,800; Markley, treturns from Greene
and Westmoreland counties missing)
8,407: Morrow, (.returns from Greene
and Westmoreland counties missing)
0,986; Loiter, (returns from Greene
and Wtltmoreland counties missing)
COLON N A IN A RAGE.
The, Trlnce Wanted to fight a Duel with
Seme New York l.dltor.
PABA Fet). 2(1 Prince Colonna hna
returned to this city from Naples nud
has been in consultation with a dis
tingnished American lawyer. Tho lat
ter advised him that the only possible
wav to regain possession of his children
was to go to tho United States and
bring the matter before the courts in
Prince Colonnu is furious at the
HtkBUtr in which he has been referred
to iu some of the ow York papsrs,'
and has expresaol the wish to ohul-
lenge the proprietor of one of the lead
ing newspapers of New York. The
American lawyer succeeded In dis
suading the Prince from challenging
tho American newspaper proprietor.
FIRF. AT SAN FRANCISCO.
The City Visited by a O.n'.ruMlve Con -
Ban FrANOIBOO, Fet'. 20. Fire broke
out at 8 80 tonight near the comer of
Geaty, Market and K-arnov street.
It promltM to be the most destructive
in the recent history of this city.
Notwithstanding tlie wuole fire de
partment of Ihe city is at work ou It,
the prospects aru that it will consume
the wbolo block.
with forgerv in ttte
i'hu forgeries Bpeci
t-. have been com
Wiiiian ou Jan. 20.
When it is charged
th names of Cgden
W. Bollinger, there
to his own use two
check amounting to $10 B80, which
were intended to be used in payment of
money due the drawees from tho Arm
of K. G. Dun & Co.
The statements of De Lancey Nicoll,
conusul for U. G Dun & Co., have in
dicated that Mr. Wiman committed
not only the forgeries specified, but
also robbed Ihe firm of snni amount
lag to upwnrds of $200,000, The
statements of Mr. Wiman'a counsel
indicated that the trial would show
the fxisteuce of confidential relations
between ihe persons concerned which
Wi.iild palliate the offence with which
Mr, Wiman is charged.
It was therefore with interest that !
I the pleading was awaited this morn- I
Soon after 11 o'clock Mr. Wiman ap
peared, and with him oamo General
Tracy, of his counsel, and Nortnau S.
Walker, jr., Mr Wiman'a son-in-law.
For the people, Assistant District
Attorneys Lindsay, Weeks and Davis
appeared. A few moments later
In Ige Martine took his seat. A minor
case was first disposed of, and tb.uu the
clerk Bailed "ErastUS Wiman,'' and
asked bim how he would plead to the
indictments found against him. Mr.
Wiman replied, "Not guilty." Gen.
Trauy t'jsir eaid :
"i understand that the prisoner is
still on bail and that the bail is am
Judge Martine answerel tint it was,
and the party filed out.
The date of Mr. Wiman 's trial has
not yet been fixed. General Tracey
said this afternoon that it would be
determined after the district attorney
had notified him that they were ready
BaSE BALL RULES.
Measures Adapted at the Mtetiuir of
National League Ciubt.
Nnw York. Feb, 86. At Ihe meet
ing of the National leagne of base ball
clubN today, an amendment to the
league constitution was adop:ed pro
viding that the regular hour for the
calling of a championship uameconld
not be changed to exceed thirty min
utes. The amendment was made to provide
for a possible contingency like that
which arose betwoon Yale and Harvard
CAMBRIA FOR HASTINGS.
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B II . ad I re
Giving additional spaco
and special attention to this
department fcr one week
we offer handsomely made
GARMENTS at prices sel
dom met with. Theso
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
sell the "Queen" Ki?ht
Gown. TucKed Yoke val
eneienea Lac& Collar and
Cuffi at f)8c . regular price.
510 and 512 Lackawanna Jvfj.
IHE CUTTA PERCHA flUBBEfl mm
RUBBER BELTING AND HOSE.
CHAS A. SCHIERKN" A CO '3
And Oak tanned Leather Be' ting,
H. A. Kingsburv
513 Spruce St., ScraMon, Pi
Delegates All Instructed for U m at
Yesterday 'e Convention.
JOHNSTOWN, Pa., Feb. 3fi -Cambria
couniy EUpnblioani, In delegate con
vention today, appointed delenatct to
the n;xt Republican state convention
with insttuctious to vote for General
Hastings for governor: SValtei Lyon
for lieutenant governor, and Major
Isaac BrOWO, of Erie, for secretary of
t'ongressman J, B Hicks was en
dorsed for re -nomination,
F.FFF.CTS OF THE CYCLONE.
A l'astnRr Trnin Blown from the
Port Louie Bridge
London, Feb, M -Later deepatchei
from Port Louis show that tha effects
of the cyclone which passed over the
island of Mauritus last Thursday, were
not nearly so disastrous as tirst re
ported. A passenger train consisting of an
engine and nine curs wa blown from
thu 1'irrt Louis bridge into the river,
and live passengers were killed and ten
PUGILISTS MOVE SOUTH.
Corbutt and Mltchll Start for Jackson
ville to Stand Trial for Flahtine.
WlBBINOTON, Feb, 'X -Champion
James ,1. Corbet' with hii theatri
cal company, arrived here this after
noon and nave u performance tonight
in the presence of an overflowing house.
Mitchell and his manager, "Billy'
Thompson, arrived tonight, and at
10 35 both pugilists left for Jnakson-
ville, where they aro to stand trial for
TO CRUSH FOOISILAH.
Marines Have Left Portsmouth far the
African Seat of War.
London, Feb N - -A strong contin
gent ot marines will leaves Portsmouth
on Wednesday ti reinforce tha British
command at Hathurst. Gambia
A vigorous campaign Is to be con
ducted against Chief Fodisiian and his
slave stealing followers, and it is au
nounccd that fnrthnr reinforoentents
will be forwarded to liathurtt imme
diately. ii i i
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or 7Wnlay: A'or (ert ftan
siviiiiui, me, WWeMrV oth
itin((i. For miirH nsinanleM
nii, flair, warmer gouthtrly lOind.t.
Lewis,ReiIly & Davies
Feet of every description fitted at
Lewis, Roilly & Davies,
Will close every, oveudae al A.l p -M.
i M-ett -.it ..r.
We Examine Eyes
Free of charge, li a doctor is
needed yon :c promptly told
to. Wo nlso jnamutw a pet
AT COST for or.o week onlv
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