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SC RAXTON. PA.. THUB8DAY MOKMNti. MARCH I, 1804.
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CIT1ZEI PUT iS
After a Struma or IfO Weeks His Hopes
90S THOMAS RAISES A BIG ROW
Senato; Frye's Speech on the Ha
waiian Chapter He Characterizes
It as Discreditable to the Adminis
trationA Gray Shadow Is Cast
Across the Speaker's Pathway.
Mr. Tracy and His Tally Sheet.
ceived two despatohei asking that
Btate troops be sent at ODD to the
(em. Ha ordered Company K to hold
itself in readiii"ss to move at A mo
ment notice. The latest ia that a
bloody battle ii ntijl being waged,
Tba Payettenounty sheriff is at
Eagle with a posse defending Wyant
men. The governor will send militia
uuder Major Bankl at 1 HO.
10-48 p. m. A telegram just re
ceived MtrttvH that tii situation ia
growing mora serious and implores
quick action from the governor, The
itrikere are on the mountain and tho
sheriff's poise at Wyant 'a in the tipple.
Huntington troops tmvo Kuu ordered
THE ENIOMHSD MINERS.
Washington, Feb. 88.
TIIF, open session of the senate to
day lasted from noon until 2
o'clock; an executive aeaalon oc
anniad nearly half au hour and
then came an adjournment, The only
item of anyiintoreot was a propoaitlonon
the part o( the chairman of the Bnanoe
committee. .Mr. Voorbeee, to legitlrun
tize Senator Mill's rather anomalous
position on that committee, which he
has held as a substitute for Senator
MePhersou. who is hims"if. and ha
been for lomo weeks, au active mom
bar of the committee.
The expected soe'-ch of Senator Free,
Maine, on the Hawaiian question was
begun today and will be conolnded to
morrow. He characterised the Hawa
iian chapter ia oar diplomatic hiitory
as "diacredltable to the administration
and iuter.ixiy humiliating to the peo
ple," and denounced the diplomacy of
Miuister Willi as cheating, false pre
tenses and wicked jugglinif.
Puriug his speed! Mr. Frye was fre
quently interrupted bv Mr. Gray tDd )
who claimed that President Graut'e
order placing thetUet at Siu Domingo
at the disposal of Miaister Babcock was
similar to President Cleveland's order
placing the fleet at Honol-lu at Mr.
MR BLAND HAS SAINED A POUT.
After a period of filibustering ex
tending over two weeks, a quorum was
secured in the house today to vote upon
the question of const lering the Bland
eeiguiorage bill aud to close general de
bate thereon at a specified time the
vote being yeaa 177, nays 7. The
quorum, however, disappeared when it
was attempted to pass n order reported
by the committee on rules making the
bill the pending question, to the exclu
sion of other business, anil limiting de
bate, both general aud under the live
minute rule, to two honrs The vote
cu thiit was three .short of a quorum.
This bung shown, the house adjourned
until tomorrow, when a disposition of
the order will be the first business.
Immediately subsequent to the an
nouncement of the vote upon Mr.
Bland's motion a scene of excitement
was precipitated by Mr. Reed ill -p..
Me. j. who suggested upon the author
ity of a statement made to him by Mr.
Tracy (Dam., N.Y. i. that aquorum had
not voted on the question, despite the
announcement from the chair. After
an angry discussion relating to the
count anil the righ t of a member to
make the point r Fed, Mr. Tracy
atated that while his tally showed but
174 Totes he did not wish to attack the
official count and the matter was
FIVE CHILDREN AT A BIRTH.
Mrs. David Kosanbarger A.tonishts Ror
KiTTANMNK, Pa , Feb. 'ii. All pre
vioiid records in 1'ennsylvania, if not
in the couutry, were smashed to smith
ereens when Mrs David Rosen berger,
a diminutive fanner's wife, gave birth
to five bounciug babies, at her home
The children, all of whom are well
developed and full of animation, are
three girls and two boys. They appear
to be strong, and the attending phy
sician says that all of them are likely
to live and grow up. But the astounded
father, who is 4') years old an l five feet
tall, has by no means recovered from
his surprise, though Mrs. R senbsrger
is quite as well as could be expected.
"I thought," said Farmer Rosaberger
with a sigh to a neighbor today, "that
we were coming to a time of astonish
ing pluralities when they began to
count up the vote for Grow a week ago
But oh, my! 1 didn't lojk for anything
like Una -hard timos, and five babies
at ouce !"
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SENTENCE OF A CRANK.
Joseph DonJ!a Gts Eighteen Months
for Sondlng Threatening Mali.
Baltimore, Md , Feb. iiS Joseph
Donjiu was tried In f h- United States
court today on the onare of Violating
the postal laws by sending a threaten
log card to Vice President Stevenson.
The jury returned a verdict of guilty
Is Thought That the G ivlord Vic
tlras Will Nevsr B- R covered.
Wit .kks-Barre. Feb. 88 All is
quiot at the (i ivlord mine in Plymouth
today. The explorers are at work and
unking slow headway.
From present indications it is be
iieveil that the tliirteeu victims will
never be reaohed.
AT THE INdW SCHOOL.
Interesting Exercises at the Carlisle
Training School Yesterday
Carlisle. Pa., Feb. 88. Tba first
exeroisai at the Indian Training school
were attended by people from all parts
of the Cumber) ind Valley, and from
Philadelphia, Now York Washington,
Baltimore and other cities, Tne exr
cues oommenoed at l.iio o'clock with
gymnaatiea in the gymnaaluin Aapeo
i ll train from Washington brought the
following nereis: Secretary of agn
ooltnra Morton. Senator Teller,
wife and ion, or Colorado; Indian Com
missiouer Drowning and wife, Control
ler Mausur and wife; Representative
Lynch, wife and daughter; Rspresou
tativee Ballshoover, English, I'eudle
ton and Sherman ; Dr. 11 iliuan, super
intendent of Indian schools; Dr.
Priestly, Dr. Sheldon Jaokson, (tjueral
Wbitolby, Mr. Brilaley and General
Booker, wife and sou.
There are at the lohooll also the fol
lowing prominent Indian chiefs :Ju inih
Pask, of the Comancbei; Loae Wolf, a
celebrated leader of KiOWts; Cloud
Chief, of the Cbeyennes; and Black
Cbyoto of the Arapnoes.
Tomorrow will be commencement
day when the awarding of diplomas to
the graduates will take place.
TROUBLE IN PITTSBURG.
III HER HEAD
A Terrible Tragedy li Enacted ill a
PITCHER NICNABB'S AWFUL ACT
Louise Kellogg, an Actress in Alvin
Joslin's Theatrical Company, Dying
in a Hospital The Well Known
Case Ball Player Found with Two
Shots in His Brain Tho Affair n
The American M-chanici Object to tht
Employment of Nuns ia Pub 1c Schools.
PiTTSBL'RU, Pa.. Feb. 23 The in
stallation of the fiv Sisters of M.rcv
an teachers in tha Riverside public
school has stirred up considerable
feeling throughout tho city and
state. The legdity of their employ
inent will he speedily tested. Stale
Councillor W. J. Krr, the executive
head of the Junior Order Cuited
American Mtcbsnlca, has employed
threo of the bust constitutional attor
neys in the state to inquire and pre
pare an opinion in tno matter, with a
view to testing the legality of employ
ing the nuns who wear tho garb of a
h is claim.-d that tnis ararb is in it
self an objeot lesson in religion and it
presence in the school room is in vio lation
of state law prohibiting all sec
tarian toaching in the public schools.
SIX FATALLV IUJURcD.
A High Walk Qivss Way and Fifty Peo
ple Go Down.
Linden, Mich., Feb. 'J. A serious
accident oocurred m this village yester
day afternoon bv which six persons
were fatally injured and a dozen others
were more or less S'-riously hurt.
An immense crowd had gathered in
the vicinity of the court, house to At
tend the examination of three young
men charge I with hurgiary, The
crowd was repeatedly warned that
hign sidewalk loading to the court
house was unsafe, but they paid no at
tention to the warning and when the
doors were thrown opens (rustic rush
was made to gain an entrance. Sud
denly the sidewalk gave way, pfsjelpl
fating about fifty persona to the
HIS ASHES TO THE WAVE 3.
Chlosaoan's Strange R squeal to Be Oar
iled Out at Atlantic City.
Atlanth' City, Feb. 88. An inter
esting ceremony will be witnessed in
this city on Friday, when J, Werner,
of CbtoagO, will arrive here and from
one of the ocean piers scatter over the
waves the ashes of Henry Newgarden.
Tho latter was also a resident of Chi
cago, and in his will provide 1 that his
laxly should be Incinerated and cast
into the waves off Atlantic City.
Werner is tho executor of the estate
and has had the body incinerate I as
requested and the ashes planed In a
and Judge Morris seutonced Donjiu to l)" J"r preparatory to his trip to this
the penitentiary for eighteen months. l-llJ'
When brought into court Donjin told
Judge Morris that ho nedod no coun
sel and that he wanted Vice President
Htevenaou, Senator Sherman and several
others summoned as witnesses. Tnis
request was refused.
The postal card addressed to Vice
I r sid'-iil Stevenson was mailed in Bal
timore on Dec. 20 last and rends:
''Doomsday." If von do not send mo
my expenses $2." then you will be
one of the first to be kicked out; but if
you do, then I will se you first before
I do anything else. Bend quick.
Four Bnndrsd Strikers Are Uaklna
Thlng-i Lively at Eagle.
Pittsulrg, Feb. 28. A special to the
Times Irom Charleeton, W. Va., says:
Late this afternoon about 400 armed
strikers from New River. Montgomery
and other points met at Armstrong
Branch, and after a riotous meeting the
drunken and exited men marched to
Eagle to make the Wyant miners come
out. As tbey tried to climb tho bill to
the mines tbey were met by a volley
from the Wyaut men. who had taken
Winchesters into the tipple with them
A bloody fight ensued. A private
.telegram received at 9 80 o'olock atstes
that one man was killed and eleven
wounded. Another makes the number
killed three. Governor McCorkle re-
IN OUR OWN COMMON W ALT H.
AllentOWn'l heavy lire losses last year
will result ill raising local Insurance rains.
Hare-blownrs got tl4 cash and etIO check
from J. F. Kressley'e coal olflco In Kastuti.
Pittsburg's tax rate will be thirteen mills
instead of eleven, bh promised, for this
Tho Pennsylvania World's fair commis
sion lias turned over to tho stale its sur
plus of (1,1100.
Coal gss stphyxiatlon almost killed the
families of Jonas BbSftSf and William
(Hick, at Allentown.
A mass of rock tell upon and killed
Michiuil Tianchaii.li), wlnlu at work In
Highland colliery, HasiSton.
Jassea Qlvens, of Bskley, was found l
Ingdted bv the roa l-tido b'lweeu Kitkley
and Foundryvllh) yesterday. Indications
are that he Was murdered.
Samuel P. Md'addou, who snccessfully
transported caiisl boats from the Psnnsyl
VaSia csual basin ut i i.vsburg over
the Allegheny mountains, by way of the
Old Portage railroad, to Pittsburg, before
the construction of the Pennsylvania
railroad, died at llollidnysburg yesterday,
aged 74 years.
Peter Pearson, motortnan on the Pleas
ant Valley electric oar, Pittsburg, while
crossing a high bridge, leaned over the sides
of hi. car to see if the mind pipes were
working. The car was going rapidly aud
Pearson's head struck against a trolley
pole. He was removed to his home in a
Pittsburg, Feb. 28.
f TF.URIBLE irng-ly was enacted
A ui the Hotel Eiffel at 808 Smith
U field street at 8 80 o'clock to
uu night, irnm which Pitcher Mc
NaobjOf the Baltimore club, la dead,
and Ldulte Kellogg will likely die
from the result of the woutl l received
from a pistol In ths hands of McN abb.
L niise K lloag was a ttietuher of the
"Alvin Joslyn theatrical company,
and came hro from New York today.
She met UcKabb a short time before
8 :td on Filth avenue to night and they
both went to the Hotel Eiffel, when a
room was engaged. A vming man
liillen, a friend of both MoNabb and
the Kellofg woman, went up to their
room about 8 HO to call on them He
heard the Woman groaning and calling
for help. As it is right aorosi from
the eity ball, inspector McKelvy and
several officers were soon on the scone.
a GHASTLY S1T.CTACLE
The door was burst open and a
bloody sight met thair gsz I, On the
floor lay the woman with throe bullet
wounds in her head and neck Mo
Nabb whs lying beside her with two
shots through the he 1 1 that killed him
almost instantly. The woman was
taken to the hospital. She can hardly
recover. McN'abb's body was removed
to the morgue. There was a tire a few
ioors above the hotel at the time Mc
Nabb did the shooting. This caused
much excitement In the vicinity and
the hotel people did not even hear the
shots tired McN.ibh evidently meant
murder when he went to the room for
he was only there a short tiun before
he did the shooting.
Louise Kellogg'l right name is Mrs.
R E. R k well, an I she has a husband
living at Seattle, Wash. K.Hogg was
her stago nam1). Her parents live at
Braddook, near this city. Unless she
regains consciousness, the cause of the
shooting mnv never be known.
Louise Kellogg, or Mrs. W. E. Rock
well, the woman's right name, is tho
wife of the president of the California
Base Ball league. From what could
le learned from young 'iilleu after the
shooting, Miss Kellogg was ondeavor
ing to break off her relations with Mc
NamS. A number of letters belonging
to Miss K-llog.' showed that she had
bean keeping McN'abb supplied with
money the past few months.
The company she was with dis
banded sotiio time ago and she came
here with the probable Intention of
ither staying with her ptrnts in
Braddook, or getting money to tide her
over until she procured another en
gagement, MoNabb met her here, and
na the woman was likely trying to
tireak oil her intimacy with him, this
probably prompted MoNabb to shoot
the woman and himself.
RUN DOW.M BY THE MOTOR.
A Serious Accident to n rfllahina Party
BaRRISBDRO, Ph., Feb, 28, A large
sleigh containing twenty young men
and women attempted to cross the
tracks of the Citlzsus' Street railway
in Steelton last night. When ncrois
the track the sleigh stuck aud the
horses coiil 1 not pull it forward or to
either sidn on account of banks of snow
by the trucks.
While the horses won lugging on the
track u train of two curs swung in
sight, and bore rapidly down on the
crowded sleigh. Tne young men and
Women stood up and shouted to the
motormaU to stop, but the cars came
on and just lis the driver had gotten
his horses off the track the cars struck
the sled smtdeblpS and eplit it in twain.
Miss Simmons was QUI t and her con
dition today was regarded as Herions.
Several others were more or less in
jured. SALAMANCA HAS THE STUFF.
A Syndicate Will Put Up $10,000 on
thi Co'bstt Jackson Kigh'..
Buffalo. Feb. 28. The Mount de
mons' syndicate has telegraphed "Par
sou " Davies in this citv, that it is pre
pared t put up if 10,01)0 cash guarantee
of its ability to bring olT the Corbntt
A syndicate of Salmanca proposes to
have the fight on the Indian reserva
tion near there, over which the Itata
authorities have no jurisdiction, The
syndicate will allow the lightors the
gate K0 itpti up to 100,000.
Bullets Slnir and blood Fl .ws at Spll!
Asheville, Feb. 28 On Splllcorn
creek during a frolic Sunday night Weo
Heiisley told his wife to go home.
Riley Shelton, jr., told Mrs. Hensley
she could stay ns long na shewauted to.
The men got into a fight.
A bullet from llensley's pistol went
through Shelton s heart. As he fell
Shelton lived at Henslay who took to the
woods. It ie belivol Henslor was
wounded and is now dead In the woods.
LYLE'S STRANGE 3T0RY.
Says Hs Was Forced to Marry a Si rang
Woman at tha Pistol's Point.
Fort Worth, Tex., Feb. 28. -By a
divorce filed here a very strange storv
is given to the public The plaintiff,
Thomas L Lyle, a dry goods salesman,
alleges t hat on Feb, I I he was urgently
requested to call on Mrs. B. Fontelsur.
He went and she insisted that they be
married, Ho deollned and the woman,
the pntitionr states, drew a pistol,
leveled it at hla bead, a ml a minister,
who had ' beeu soul for, arrived
and they were married, he nil the time
being secretly threatened with instant
death if be demurred, The petitioner
alleges that he has not seen the woman
since the laarriuge and asks that it be
I'he Rhv. J, Morgan Wells, who mar
ried tin tn, eavs both p irties seemed to
ho willing, and he saw nothing like in
timidation. The grand jury is iiivci
tlgating tne els-.
DVNAMIT . HENO'S ACT.
An Unknown .. i t Wrecks a Real
d ine it Lsnenstnr.
Lancaster, Pa., Feb. 28 --This city
was thrown Into a terrible state of ex
oltement shortly before midnight by
the explosion of a dviiamitu bomb in
the heart of the cily. About half pnst
11 Luther Haasler, connected with the
revenue olli.ie, was on his wuy
home on North JLimo street and
when approaching the corner of Grant
street he saws man stun ling at the
gas light. The man lighted a match
and then walked down Grant street to
the residence of Dr Baker. In a mo
ment there was a deafening roar which
rocked the houses of the vicinity and
almost knocked Haasler olT his feet.
Investigation showed that the un
known miscreant had placed a dyna
mite bomli on the porch of Bali er'i
residence and set it off. The Baker
house was terribly shattered by the ex
plosion ami the family, who were in
lied, had a narrow escape from fatal
injuries, the force of the explosion be
ing sufficient to hurl them from their
iivds, Tiij front of the residence was
This is the thirl attempt at bomb
throwing within four weeks, all taking
place lu the heart of the city.
TO THE 1EI IF BU8IHE8S
dams' i a. i wast. - w
SANG TO THE LAST.
Mine Pa'oy, DlittiiKuishstd Contralto,
Oisa Aft'tr Rasp indinff to an Kr.cnre.
London, Feb. 88. Mine, Janet Mon
ad, Patev, the distinguished contralto
Hingrr, died at Sheffield today.
Mine. Patey was dosing at Sheffield
a tour of the provinces, and last night,
after singing nnUSUally well, was twice
recalled and sang "The Banks of Al
lan Water." After leaving the stage
Mme, Patey fainted and never regained
Mme. Patey was born in London in
1H42, and made her debut at Binning
hum. In 1867 she sang at tho Worces
ter festival, and in 1871 made aprofes
aional tour of th 1'nited States.
MANUFACTURES ANO LIBERAL ARTS BUILDING-MIDWINTER INTERNA
ANOTHER MINE HORROR.
Seven Miners Imprisoned at Ashland.
The Rescuing Party Saves
Two of the Men.
PUSILISTS AT THE BAR.
William Burr, of St. Loui', Makes Away
with Fifty revrn Thousand
St. Louis, Feb. 28 For several
weeks the officers of the St. Louis
national bank linve been aware of a
discrepancy in the balance of their
cashier, William E. Burr, jr. Being
absolutely secure from loss they in
vestigated aud found a shortage of
$.",000. Mr. Burr has released to the
bank tunds and gilt-edged securities
amounting to over $60, 000.
Late this afternoon a warrant was
sworu out for the arrest of Burr for
embeislement of the funis of the
A SECESSION THREAT.
French Canadians Stsri"d Up Over the
Northwest School U irstion.
QUKBM, Feb. 88 in view of what
it terms prosecution which is driving
its oorellgionlsts out of tiio northwest
the Ultamoutane org in here, the
' Only two things remain to bs done ,
either to insist upon our rights in the
confederation being respectol or to
leave the confederation altogether.
For men of heart there is no middle
FLASHES FROM THE WIRES.
Guard! at tho World's f air aro now
armed with guns to shoot firebugs.
lb rdes of miner! aro pouring into the
gold tields neai Albuquerque, N. M.
Ihe average American statesmsn is a
poor lot, says ex-Mayor Ahram n. Hewitt.
At 10 o'clock last night a sharp shock of
earthquake Wat felt nt llonton Harbor,
Because of danger from ginnt icicles
falling, tho Hroiklyu bridge had to be
cloned to pcih'StrinuH.
Passengers on the Puris, when she broke
her rudder, reached New York on the
Aurauia and Berlin,
Tiie Iowa sennte ye.terday morning re
jected tho woman's luffrsgo amendment
by n vote of ayes, 20; nnys, 20.
Charging intimacy with his wife, W. N.
White, a Seattle roniractor, shot J. B.
Holt and then killed himself.
Fully 1,(101) persons greeted SX-Presidenl
Harrison us he passed through Kansas
On J-, and he made a brief speech.
lor alleged murder of Mi-s Harriet Kra-
r, her rival id love, .Miss ,M, I,. Havens,
of NloholSI county, W. Va., is under arrest.
At a banquet or jNewtork insiirani'o
men, at Delnnniico's, OhSNei Binory Smith
and Joseph ANhhrook, of Phtladslpbls,
Attacked by two negro brutes, near
Brenbam. Tex., Mrs. Lena Behrees and
Artelta Mohrll ponnded tbem with spades
mid one will die.
Alleged forgery of note, and deeds,
which won ttl, IMHI, caused Ihe arrest ot F.
S. Barker, B OhloagO attorney, and ,). B,
Dallas his clerk.
Charged with embezzling deposited
slock, ex-l'resldent W. P. I'm nam, of the
National Uranlte State bank, of Exeter, N.
II., was locked up.
A now Catholic church will be dedicated
St Belmont N. CI, April It, by Cardinal
(iihbolis, who bought the land when ho
was a bishop there.
Kx-Onvernor Heaver, of IVunsylvanin,
ami Major O.W. Balrd, of the army, will be
orator and poet lor the Army of the Poto
mac, at Concord. N. 11,, in Juno.
AlonSO Phillips, who was finally shot
while ss a menilier of the hari vsi i part y
he was serenading Duncan Parker and
bride at North Afton, died yusterday
Samuel LsUlis and John Martins have
qualitlod in the sum of - '... i ntch as re
ceivera for the Auburn Woolen oompany,
The liabilities of the company are placed
at t'1! 0,000,
(leorgeS. BlXby. of New fork, and llnd
ley Jones, of Little Palls, have been ap
pointed receivers for the Butcllffe llrew
iug company, Anhurti, by Justice Davy at
Canniiilaigus. Tha iiideliteduess of the
company Is IUOlOOO.
Bdward linstock, of Dover, aged lis yeare,
living near Lebanon was shot, and in tant
ly killed by his little tf-yoar-old brother
yesterday morning. The little fellow did
not know it was loaded and took deliber
ate aim before pulliug the trigger.
Asm. and, Pa., Fei. 88. While seven
miners were at work in the
west gang of the Boston Run
mine an avalanche of crop and
surface coal swept down upon
them und Imprisoned them in the dark
passageway In which they were labor
ing. The rumble of the mass of coal
and dirt ns it swept down the gang
way, mi l dust that arose from mouth
of the shaft were ail too familiar signs
of a disuster to the surfacemen, and an
alarm was given that an accident had
occurred. Man, women and children
flocked in crowds to the mouth of the
.shaft and for a time confusion pre
vailed around the yawning hole that
might be tho entrance to the tombs of
Some of the experienced in the crowd
soon brought some order out of the ex
citement and a rescuing party was
formed. The rescu-re entered the shaft
and after a short time a cheer from
those nearest the entrance of the gang
way announced that soiim of the men
had been found. Two men emerged
from the shaft and they proved to be
John und Joe Wicks, brothers.
They said that five more men were
mill imprisoned In the gangway and
that thev Wi re 1,'wis White, Charles
Molien. Elwood Mingle, J imes Kramer
and William Brvine. All the men live
in Frackville and are well known min
ers. Since o'clock this afternoon lb I
rescuing party have been at work
clearing away the debris in the gang
way and th-y hope to reach the snut m
A crowd of anxious womeu and Ohil
Iran are congregated arouud the shaft's
mouth awaiting the end of the raseuing
isrfies it ist.Tli(. Boston Hue nrue be
longs to the Roading company and is
one or the largest in tne .uauanoy district.
A special from Shenandoah, Pa.,
says that tne five men imprisoned in
the gangway of the Boston Hun mine
were rescued at 9 o'clock this evening
THE HENRIETTA GIVEN UP
A Olouea'r Ftslilntr S:hooner Supp S'J
ti lb Last in the GjrKes.
Gloucester, Mass, Feb 38. Tha
schooner Henrietta, which sailel four
teen weeks ago on a handllne trip to
the Georges, wns today linailv given
up by her owners. Messrs Oakes and
Porter. She reached I anso Jan. a ror
bait, and since then nothing ha. beon
heard from her and she is supposed to
have foundered in the gale of Jan 18
Sue carried n crew of fourteen men.
The schooner Henrietta was 71 sts tons
burden, built in Essex in 18s,:! She
wnsiusnredln the Gloucester Mutual
for ;j.l .123
AGAINST AMeRlUN MEAT.
German Expert! Declare Against Our
Mode of ln.pictlon.
BERLIN, Feb. 88. At a meeting of
the Farmers1 league Professor Mueller
and Hen Werner, director of the agri
cultural high srhool, denounced the
manner in which American meats wre
inspected. Tho two exp-rts referred
to said that they based their judgment
iqion personal studies made in Chi
cago. It Is probable that Iho government
will take lotion UpOU the reports of
ProsesBor Mueller and Director Wer
ner. JAMES WILSON M'OILL.
A Western Ex-CoUK-'essman Joins the
Washington, d. c , Feb. 88, James
Wilson Mclhll, of the inter-state com
merce commission, who died at Ores
ton, la., this morning, was bom nt
Monroe, Butler OOUnty, O, March 84
1NII He was n law student at the
Miami university at the same time ex-
President Harrison was attending that
He served in the forty-third and
forty fourth congresses, declined re
election and was appointed a state
railroad commissioner by Governor
" - e . ' -HE
WANTS TO GO TO PRISON.
John Y. McKsnn QHVoM Up tha Etrus
ab Aus i 'i Justice,
Nnw Tors, Feb 88. John Y. Mo-
Kane was brought to the court room to
testily before Justice Sutherland at 2
o'olock. Bofore going on the stand ho
"1 liavo made up my mind to go to
Sing Sing at ouce I don't care to stay
in Brooklyn longer. 1 have made ar
rsngeinouts to say good-bye to my
wife just ns soon as 1 get back to jail.
After 1 tell her good bye I want to
leave for Sing Sing prison.''
KILLED IN A FIGHT.
A Skirmish Between Charlsa MuCawlay
and H. C. Taylor Ends in Murder.
RtOGIWAY, Pa., Feb. 38 Charles
IfcOewley, aged 60 years, was killed on
the main atreet of this place by H. C
Taylor, a prosperous lumberman of the
town. Taylor was driving along the
street in a buggy aud was slopped by
Met ' iwley.
The latter claimed some wages of
Taylor and after words the tmm came
to blows. Eye witnesses say McCaw
ley pulled Taylor out of the buggy and
that Tavlor kicked McCawloy until he
was dead. Taylor has beeu arrested.
Champion dames Corbett and His
Satellites Are on Trial at Jack
Jacksonville, fu., Feb. ss. The
criminal Conrt of record was crowded
this morning at 'J 80 o'clock in antici
pation of the trial of Corbett and
Mitchell. Besid'-s the boxers there
were arraigned for trial .Ton Vendig, J.
B, T Bowden. Harry Mason, Charles
F,. Richardson, Lou Sihler, R H. Mc
Millan, B. F. Blsko, of the Duvnl
Athletic club, and Billy Thompson and
William A. Brady ns aiders and abet
tors, The trial of Corbett was first begun
and the result of this will decide the
balance, Ti.e champion is charged
with engaging in a fight and meeting
in pursuance of previous appointment,
one Charles Mil obeli, whom he did
then and there beat, bruise, wound
and ill-treat. John L Hartriibge, at
torney f,,r the c'uh, waivad arraign
ment and, plead uot guilty
The witnesses were called and
answered. The entire morning was
consumed in creating a jury, and at 12
o'clock five had qualified, three white
mon and two negroes. The general
Impression is that the men will eventu
ally be acquitted. Attorney General
Lamar is present and will assist In the
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SIGNOR CRISPI EXPLAINS.
Gives Rsasons for Proc'aimina a
Stats of Si.ge at Sicily.
ROUE, Feb. 2s In the chamber of
deputies today Signer Criapi explained
the goverment's reasons for proclaim
ing a state of siege in Sicily. Docu
ments which came into the possession
of the authorities at MaSSS Di Carrara
proved tho existence of socialist aud
!.ni.e.-!iirt pi is to repeat thi- pnsin.j
on a scale approaching the proportions
of a revolution. With this view for
eign anarchist leaders were flocking to
At a meeting of foreign
nnurchists recently held in
he said, it was resolved to
uprising of the peasants
promises then to be made to
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 wa
sell the "Queen" Night
Gown, Tucked Yoke Val
encienes Lacs Collar and
Cuffs at 98c, regular price,
510 and 512 Lackawanna Ave,
antry to divide the lands among them
These revelations having been dis
covered, the government promptly
seized all anarchists' property and doc
uments to be found aud proclaimed a
state of siege.
LOST ON THS BANKS.
A Fulling Steamer Ob lgtd to AbaLd.-n
Four of i n Crsw.
Qloucester, Feb. 28 The steamer
Resolute, which h is just returned from
a fishing trip, reports that Tracy Bres
son, William Ferguson, Alexander
Stewart and Augustus Christensen,
mtmbers of the crew, trot astrav from
th vessel while attending trawls. A
heavy g ile came on and it is feared the
men were drowned
Two others ot the crew who lost the
steamer were picked up by the schooner
Lizzie J. Greenleaf.
THE CLIENT MUST SUFFER.
Judge TJrubikei's Decision In the Case
Lakcanstib, Feb. 88 Judge Bru
baker rendered a decision hero today
as a result of Attorney G, O. Kenne
dy's crookedness, to the effect that the
person who employs a dishonest lawyer
must snfler lor his wrong doings.
Kennedy had pocketed the csish re -allied
from a mortgage held by Mrs.
Sarah Blues, and the court refused her
petition to have the transfer stricken
SALYAROS TO SWING.
Arrangamantn for the Hanging Are Al
CARLISLE, Feb. 88. The arrange
ments tor the execution of Charles Sal
yards, the condemned murderer, to
morrow are completed. The gallows
have been removed to the prison yard
and were tested this afternoon.
The murderer has partially recov
ered from the effects of his attempt at
suicide. Seeing he must die. he asked
for ministers who attended him.
NEW MOVE AGAINST HAZING
New York L-gislature Proposes to Pass
Aiiivny, Feb 88 -A bill wis Intro
duced by Senator Coggesball, In the
legislature today, making hazing iu
schools or colleges a misdemeanor.
He also Introduced another making
tattooing or disfiguring the body by
nitrate of silver or other substance a
crimo of tha degree of mayhem.
IN A PARIS HOTEL.
giefan Tisa, of New York. Dying from
the Effects of an Alleged Assault,
Paris. Feb. 86 Stefan Tisa, who
gives his address at No. 10311 Second
avenue, New Yoik, is dying tin a hos
pital here of fracture of the spine,
caused by a railroad offlotal, who, it Is
claimed, pushed Tisa luck as the latter
was trviug to board a moving train.
The United States embassy is inquir
ing into the matter.
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