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SCRANTON". PA., TUESDAY MORNING. MARCH 18, 1894.
TWO CENTS A COPY.
r'irs! Result from a Month of luc sunt
CRUSHED BEYOND RECOGNITION
The First News of the Entombed
Miners Received at Midnight, When
a Shapeless Mass ot What Had
Once Been a Human Form Was
Brought to the Surface -Exciting
Scenes at the U.iylord Shaft.
Plymouth. Pa, March m
1'5T on mouth at:o today the conn
try was ttartled by the awful
n calamity :it tne Uaylord mint oy
vii which thirteen men were en
tombed by u fall ot rock in the main
gangway. Every hour of the day and
night sinoa that tims rescuing parties
bate worked with the euer.-y of de
spair to reach the victims dead or
alive, aud dariujf that time suspens.' in
Elviuoutb has been awful.
The wives aud children of tb vie
tims have haunted the iniu day after
day aud hs the shifts wers changed
tbeir pitiful appeals for n? ws of their
loved on woul l move the stoutest
heart. Bat although brT man st the
risk of their own lives toiled on uu
ceasingly. it was only at midnight to
nisbt that the first definite uewsot the
victim, reached the surface.
At that hour the anxious watchers at
the mouth of the shatt were startle I lv
an uuusnal commotion amoni the offi
cials. The engineer was squalled to
hoist quick, ami in a tew miuutts tin
Cftg inie to the surface. The watch
ers crowded close to the shaft and saw
four riniy miners tenderly lift and
carry mto tiie engine bouse a plain pine
The news spread lite- wit lfire, and
in a short time the shaft was sur
rounded by fully a thousand people.
The new, was passed that on of the
bodies had been found. A L'aited
Press reporter gained entrance to woere
tbe body lay Ttie remains were
crushed beyond all recognition and it
was impossible to discover who tb
He had been batted under a mass of
rock that crushed the life out of him
instantly and at t'ue same time oblit
erated all semblance of human shape.
The eicitemsut at this hour is in
tense. No one know at what mo
ment the otnsr bodi-s may be found
and crowds of people or oil the watca
for further developments.
Tbe body found was identified at 1
o'clock this tnorninir as being the re
main ot Peter F McLonghlin.
Up to 3 o'clock this morning no more
bodies have been recovered.
3 am. A message received by tele
phone frcm Plymouth states that there
are evidences that t!:e man whose
body was first recovered died of star
ration and that he was not crushed, a
stated in tb dispatches
Rumors are also current about Ply
iiioath to the effect tuat nil of tbe bod
ies have been recovered.
McLRUblin was a married man and
leaves a wif and several children.
B.'PTiZ-.O IN THE STREAM.
Sixtv-Four Psrion, Imna.ried, the Fruit
of a Negro Rev.vadsi' Work.
BramBfULO, III , March 12 Three
thousand people gathered u:on tne
batiks of .Spring Creek, about three
mi'.es west of the city. ystHy after
noon, to witness the nnnsn il spectacle
of an open-air baptism of sixty-four
persons in the month of March.
The sermon was the sequel to a re
vival ssrvici under the leadership of
Rv Jstnes Thomas, of (Quinsy, at the
Union baptist church, a colored organ
ization. The candidate an 1 member of the
chnrch were tsken to the scene in a
special train of six coaches.
MURDERER TURNfD PASTOR.
An Alabama tl v -m. '. Arr.at.d for
Ravins Killed a F-llow Prisoner.
BmOMIHAX, Ala., Msrch 12 -Hnck
Hunt, ai las Hev. W. H. Thompson,
who ha been pastor of a church at
Esst H.rmintthrm for three years, was
arrested yesti d iy just ss he concluded
bis sermon, and lies in jail bete.
Hnnt. five years ago, was convicted
in Mississippi of the murder of another
prisoner and ssnt to the peniteatiary
for life. Shortly aftr Hunt began the
service of his sentence at. Jackson he
escaped. A year afterward h turned
np here and led several revival tnet
intcs in subnrban to amis, calling hiutself
Rev. W. EL Thompson.
YOUNGSTOWN STRIKE OVER
Ths Men Will Go to Work Today at th.
Yoi'.NUSTOWN, O., March 19 -A t
tltmeut was readied this afternoon in
the street car strike.
The men agree to go to work tomor
row morning at tiie old rate of wages,
and will hold another conference soon
to decide whether or not to accept a 10
per cent, cut or less.
ii i in
All EN TOWN IS VERT CROUD.
The Only 1111k, Kelly Will Manage H.r
Base Ball Club.
Al.l.liNTow.M, March 12 That Mike
Kelly will be manager of the Allen
town club of the Pennsylvania State
league was assured todev.
The terms under which he was so
oured ate that he is to become practi
cally the Hole owner of the team. Ho
is expected to play with the team every
day nod act ns captain.
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AN ELECTRICIAN KILLED.
Arthur L Reese Played With Lirhtning
One Tim Too Many.
Baltimore, March 12 Arthur L.
Reese, chief electrician of the Mary
land Steel company, was electrocuted
this afternoon. Kease was to have de
livered a lecture on electricity before
theEpWOrtfa Leigut MthOtilt Episco
pal church at Sparrows Point this even
ing and was preparing his apparatus
wiieu the accident occurred.
Ho Wal assisted in Connecting; up an
electric light by Albert Bgeberg.
Rerso lustruots I Bgeberg to tern on
the current; he saw i tilth, and hurrv-
Ing acrosi the church found Reessly-
lllg dead ou the ll or Ills hands wore,
slightly burned, otherwlSS there wore
no marks on the bo ly.
SIVEN TllvUS fvURRICO
J hn T Hllr Urouirht to Account for
Reoklttalf Wtddlaa mu. Washburn.
CHICAGO, March 19 John T. Hilar,
the man who recently made a ItnSS
lion at Bloomlngtoo by marrying Mis
Washburn of that city half an hour
after their first meeting, has been run
Deputy Sheriff Sloonm, of Blooming
ton, arrested him In this citv yaster
day, and Mis Hilar fainted when the
warrants were read. The complainant
u Mrs. WMhbum, Mrs Hilrr's
mother, who accuses him of bigamy
and perjury. It is said that Hiler has
been seven times married, but he
claims that the BloomingtOO nirl tshis
STRIKING SILK WEAVERS.
The Police Are Kept Busy at Pater
son Looking After the Riot
PATEBSON, X. J . March 12. Toe po
lice force of this oily was kept busy to
day prevsnting riotous disturbances at
the various silk mill, dve boasts and
at th two larrre rta.w (pinning mills of
the Barbour Bros. The most s. -lions
disturbance took plao- at the Weld
mann ilk Dveiug works at Riverside,
About ou half of th dyers' helpers
weut on strike In the morning for an
ad vanoe ia thir wages of ifi) pr wsk,
which w.i granted, but the firm re
fuaed to recognize It Union.
The helpers dci led not to return to
work unless their organization was
reeogniltd At noon tne strikers a
smb'.el iu front of the works, and
when those employed cam) out a man
nam d Carl Surite took a he ivy le 1 -ther
belt, with a lare iron buckle ou
it. from his waist, aud beat all those
who emerged from the shop, blacken
ing the eye of one man aud breaking
the jaw of unothr He was assisted
by two brothers namsd Shilling.
The police were called and they put
sn end to the riotous proceedings.
S.rke escaifd and has not yet been
captured. Miss Annie McOill. 17 years
of age. was arrest 1 this afternoou for
throwing mud st tne opsratives iu the
tlax spinning mill. A bookkeeper in
Medings Silk mill who took tne place
of a weaver was brutally assaulted by
a srowdof men wtile ou his way homo
A delegation of th striking ribbon
weavers visited Mayor Br tun an 1 th
police cjmmissiooer's tody aud re
quested that tb police oe kept from
tne mills, claiming that toe presencs of
the blua coats w?r the cmse of riot.
THE SAFE CON r A 1 ,1 E 0 GOLD.
And a Lwuit Wul Pr obsbly Grow Out
of Iu Sale.
Au.kntow.v, Pa.. March 12 The
personal estate of Silas (.' imp. a rich
old bachelor who died som time ago.
was sold today at public auction, anl
among the arttcU-s knocked down to
bidders was an old safe which wnt
for $:i 50 to Mattern & Seagraves,
plumbers. Before the ssfe wa, re
moved by its nw owners a boy suc
ceeded in opening it and in on of the
drawers was gSOO in gold,
'I he heirs of Camp claimed and lm
mediately took poHeaalon of tbe
money. Mntt-rn & Soagrave, ob
jected to thum t.iking the money and
claimed that as they had purchased the
safe its contents was thsirs. They say
they will bring suit for the gold.
HENRY'S SECOND VICTIM.
Anoth,r P-rson D'i f.-om Eff o'. of th
pARW.March 19.- -Krnst Hordes died
in a city hospital this evening. The
physicians say that hi, doefh was duo
directly to injnries rC''ived in the
cafe of the Hotel Terminus on the
evening of Feb 12. whn Emit Henry
threw a bomb among the guests.
As this is th) second death which
was cau,"d hy tbe Hotel T-rininiis ex
plosion the charge of mttrdeT is likoly
to he establishnd asrainst Hsnry with
out great difficulty.
The chamb'r of deputies voted today
on a bill forbidding the publication of
repOTtf of anarchist triali.
Mrs. Benjanlo Parley Poore, widtiw of
the noted cone pondont( l! dying at waab
On a search for 18,000,000 in pirnt treas
are, Henry ii stone, ni Minneapolis, will
go to thi West Indies.
Ai nn export In Oattll di-'S'es, Pfofet'
torBobarteoB, Ottawa, Ont,, Myi ta
ben ulosls csimot bl cured.
on the lllth ballot, Republicans of th
First T'iitwseo district nouiinated W. (
Anderioti for COOgn sman.
Itefore h ii iunneiiMi audlimce, Monsignor
Fatolli blessed Lhe station, of fliu cross in
St. pter s church, PoDgbkeepata,
Leaving behind 11 dofldtof 110,000 In
trust fundi. Postmaster William (I mid, of
stony iirook, L I . baa disappeared,
I'm tlripants in tlin Winfltld, L. I., Pas
sion Piny, were allowed to jj:i unpunished
on pi onuses not to repeat t h - perfoi insure.
stores of sanatoria! ipeeolai Ion in mgar
are discredited hy Senator ObandlfT, who
says he warned OOlleagaot not 10 get
A tmw guild hall, POttlng 110,030, will
be Riven by Henator Vilas to I trace Bpb)
copal uhurch, of Madison, wis., in memory
of his yonng dangttter.
To avoid taking prf in COlloM exercises,
J. A. Oistlgan, b student at I'nion I'm
Versify. Ia., sandbsg'q) luniKeli'.aDil when
forced Into confession, II - I the town.
William Dillon, a brother of John Dillon,
Home liulu leader iu tiie British Parlia
ment, has become editor of The New
World, the official paper of tbe Catholic
Diocese of Chicago.
Franc Willette, who M a two-year-old
babe was washed ashore on a pi. ink at
Mouitowock, Wis., H7 year, ago, from the
wreck of the eteainer Nlairara, has just
learned that he was from Winooski. Vt,
and that bis parents and 1 brothora
woro lost with the vessel.
FID IS HERE
Arrest of a Stnoge Mtu drrjlng Bombs In
INSPECTOR CONLIN'S OPINION
A Man Arretted at Harlem Carried
Enough Dynamite to Hlow Up
Block ot Houses -The Individual
W.is Making For a Locality Occu
pied by Wealthy People He
Claimed the Package Was Given to
Him by a Farmer,
NEW Yokk, March 19
dllN KELLY, the man arrested
iu Harlem last night having in
n liis possession a package of dvua
L ' mite, was arraign,. I iu the ilsr-
lum police court today. Hit - .1 I that
at about 10 o'clock last night h was
coming out of a rigar store ou Qrand
ftrfet, when he was approached by a
strange man, carrying u parcel.
The man said he was sick an I had a
pain iu his back, aud ho offered Kelly
$1 50 if he would help him carry the
t'liudle as far a the Harlem bridge.
Kelly tayi he had 11 it the slightest
idea what it contained. The man said
h was a tanner living iu West 0 bet
ter, Justice Simula remanded the
prisoner in $5,000 bail for examination
A MARVEL Or DEADLY UTILITY.
Inspector Conlin.ln u interview this
afternoon, said. "1 never saw bombs
of such complete aud deadly make in
tuy experience, they would send a chill
through you to look at them. There is
enough dynamite in otie of them to
blow down a block of house."
That Superintendent Hyrous regards
the arrest of Kelly ail important one,
ll evident from his reticence when
questioned about the capture. Ho
would say nothing beyond chat he was
making an investigation.
There is no more fashionable section
uptown thai the one whore the man
was opturd. There are rows of tall
apartment nouses, ooeopied by wealthy
citizens, aud iu the ituuieJintu vicinity
millions of dollars are invested iu
STABBEO HIS SWEETHEART.
Casper Hend'r Pluna aKalfeinto Mi
PtTTSBUBO, Pa.. March 19 At 11 4o
o'ciock today Casper Hender, aged iii.
fatally stabbed Miss Amy Kengt, aged
91, at her home near Spring Garden,
just outside of Allegheny City limits.
. he young ludy.it is sai l, was in a
l-dicate condition and attempted to
compel Hender, who had been her
lover, to in.irry her.
This he rfned to do. During the
quarrel which ensu-d Hender drew a
cialp knife from his pocket aud plunged
: he blade into the young lady's breast
:.ear her heart. Hender than rail to
the police station aud asked to be
loikedup, stating that h feared he
woul d be lynched. Miss Rongt is at
thu point of death.
BILLY EDWmROS DEAD.
Expire, from Erf.c of Injarle, R,
oelv.d In a Runaway.
HOT BPBINOe, Ark, March 12. Hilly
Elwards, retired pugilist and known
throughout the United States, died at
bit rooms in the Howard block this
morning as a result of injuries sus
tained by being thrown from n buggy
In runaway yesterday.
He asked that he be buried in Green
wood cemetery, Brooklyn, by the si le
of his old time friend, Marl; Wall ace, a
famont aporting man, who die 1 h'ire a
year ago. Kl wards has no relatives
bare and hit letter! among his effects
innku no disclosure.
THE NEW STAR TO TWINKLE.
Rcckland, M. , 19 to Have a First Glass
ROCKLAND, Me,, March l'J The Star
PnblUning company has been incor
porated forth publication of a daily
morning paper in this city The editor
iti chief will be W. R Karrington.
Tbe lirst number of the paper will bfl
i?sii"d on about April 1
Tbe Stat will be the ouly morning
paper published within a radius of
sixiy miles, and the only daily paper
tmong a population of HI. mil) The
Star will receive the full nig at report
of the Net! England Associated Press.
TAILORS ARE DETER MINED.
Th.y Will Submit to No Reduction la
New Yoiik, March 19. A. committee
of Journeymen called upon the tltrob
ant Tailors' soHaty today and presented
their ultimatum that they would not
submit to a 1 "i per cent, re Paction in
There are 1.200 custom tailors In
volved. It is very probable, however,
that n coinpromlsa may he If acted.
NAVIGATION ON THE LAKE.
Th' Enrlloat Opnir: of th Sea.on
Kadn Pu.slbi bv Wind.
OfttOAOO, III., March 13 fitk niiv
((ration opened today. Tflil it tin
curliest opening on record
it waft madt possible by a hnavv
wind elorm Which lollownd a Ionic
period of mild weather and drove the
ice out of the straits of MtOklnaW,
WENT WORTH' S SUICIDE.
Hvatailou, bitter Hi Altorn.y Shearsr
Hands ''w t.it" . th. Coroner.
RlAnTMQ, Pa., March 19 -- Coroner
K lutner tnis evening continued th
tdjonrned Inqnttt in the case of went
worth Grover, the ObiOtgO man who
died here from what U supposed to
have been the eff ct of poison self
ailmiuistered. Attorney Shearer, counsel for Gro
ver. again refused to produce the Inttur
in his possession written by Grover be
tore his death and supposed to give the
man's reasons for killing himself. Mr.
Shearer offered the following abetraot
of the letter, but the coroner refused
to ICCept it and demanded the letter iu
The abstract offered reedi "I hart
resolved to make this my last night 011
earth. II iv" mo hurled at I am found
Do not notify or send for any one."
The district attorney says he will go
into eonrt and get an order compelling
Mr Shearer to prodnot tim letter.
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BIG WAR OVIR SAUERKRAUT.
Th Dallcauv Plated Within R.auh of
POTTSTOWN, Pa, March 13 The
price of Bar Kraut il an i'sue in this
town that eolipitl the Wi lion tarilf
hill, Hawaiian question and all other
national and foreign matters. There
ii a lanrkraot war ou, and the people
of the borongh are faring sumptuous
ly ou kraut three Hums a dar. Two
storekeepers at WnsliiiiiUou an I Wul
nut streets M. K Miller aud ll. M.
Hubtr re rival in the innrlcraut
trade. Barly in the week, Grocer Mil
ler cut the price to live cent a quart.
This started a 1 1111 ou his store.
The following day (inner Hiiber.
soros, lhe street, put out the tiin
''S iiirkrailt reduced to four Otnt "
The tide of trallic wiih at once turned
from Miller's to Huber's store. The
next day the form-r retaliated by
marking down sail rk rant to three otits,
hut his sign hadn't dried before Huber
hud a rival placard out announcing a
cut in prices to two cents a quart
Purohattri in long rows sought the
couutori of thete rival stores, but be
fore buying would mekl sure that the,
mail across the way had not made 1
red UOtiOQ since they had last read bis
The whole town, at this stage of the
merchants' war, became arOUted, and
the odor of cooking kr out lingered
around almost every tircehle. But the
end wil not yet Miller marked bis
kraut at l OtUtl, !Od Huber put his tit
1 cent, 'i bis occasioned a fresh cru
sade upon his store, but Miller stopped
the tl od by offering sour kraut free to
any one who made any other purchase
at his store. (Jiror IIJU quarts have b-en
sold iu a day or two, aud today trade
was so brisk that clerks were in kraut
barrels up to their elbows all day.
SENATORS LIKE SUGAR.
Newspaper Allegations That Certain
Members Invested in Stocks Are
to Bo Investigated,
WASHINGTON, March 13 The debate
on the Bland seigniornge bill occupied
the senate today titer the usual
morning bmioon. Senator Vilai,(Dtm.,
Wis.,) spoke for noaily two hours
against it, iu oontinuatiun of his argu
ment of lust Friday.
Senator Allison Uiep., Ia ). argued
upon the necessity ot so amending U as
: to preclude the possinility of having
the o-i.uo i.UUU or silver dollars supple
mental by an equsl amount of silver
certificates. Senator Wolcott (Rip.,
Col.), favored the passig" of the bill as
one aiil to the country out of its pres
ent depressing linancia! eondltion.
Tne new senator from Louisiana, Mr
Blanchard, was sworn in, and Mr.
Peffer'l resolution for an investigation
of the newspaper allegations that sen
ators had been profiting by speculations
iu sugar securities waa laid on the ta
ble. Tht senate at 5,80 adjourned.
This beinir District day the time of
the hoUtt was taken up with bills of
interest only to the District of Coluin
No other business wis transacted
and at oo'clock the bonis adjourned
LEWIS NAM I O FOR JUDGE.
R-sult of tho Wyoming County Nomln
SfecitU tt the Srrttnton Trihnne.
TtTNKHANNOCK, Pa., March 12 At
Repnblioan county nominating conven
tion held hen today I! V. Lwis wa,
named forjudge and Myron n. Wright
for congress, both bv acclamation.
Mr. L wis is a well known and popd
lar lawyer lie was born near ("amp
town, Bradford county, but has prac
ticed at the Wyoming bar for many
ANOTHER STRIKE IS OFF.
MtiUldsrn fur th Fnn Hnr.lware Com
pany Aootpl a R'dnutl on.
RtADlNQ, Pa., March 19 Tne strike
of tht monldire at the Peno Hardware
company, which btgan last August.
was declared olT Th" men struck
tgeinit a ndnotlon of 10 and 15 p"r
cent., according to the grant of goods,
and refused a compromise offer of a
gnieral reduction of B per cent.
Tbii offer, that was refuted, wt to
day accepted by thn tnoldors.
SUNDRY STATE NEWS NOTES.
Misi Mary l ine" is in lhe Inw'u clutch at
pittnimrit foropenlng htr lovoi'itettera
The Hovino association of Schuylkill
county will hold a fait at Orwigtburg lii
Jn itemized loll hows tie, t,,t,i c, ,,r
Onester ooonty'i new court home to be
Kerned Willi sudibui illiuws. young Mel
choir Morn Tell into a creek at I'.astou and
Kdd.irS. W Itoyd anil .1. II. )rr have
lied ii h. ml Imttle on th streets at
A survivor of the .leausville diater.
ktniwn a, "Hitf Jot," hi! Ittod the company
ror J.i,n:io dnniHgn,
A charter was yesterday granted to the
heading and Wiininlsdorf Irolley torn
pany, capital 180,000.
ll is thought the n ii tn school teachers in
ritt'ilnirg will dlKOard theirnlllci.il yarb if
nlliiweu to letalli their positions.
The Uravily club, at Kesding, was
raided by police on the suspicion that
si nli Inckeii, found their way there.
Pension tertlScatei have been issued h
follows) I'euusvlVHiiiH. . u : 1 1 . I dacoh
lloppeii, Sliii kslilnny, laizenie. I issue
Rnitell Carpenter, Oarbondali, Laeka
The pretidtnt has soul to the souato the
following nomlnationti Pottroattert,
PtnntyHfanla Ubarlta M. Lee, Tnokhan-
nock; Alvln K Lindtrman, Troy; Nettie
b. Johnson, Athens.
The enpcrlutondent of public instriifllloti
is daily iu reedptof complaints about the
teaching of physiology Iu the public
schools The latest Is rrom lurd Iu-IIhuiI
Lancaster county, where a teacher recoin
mends compulsory educatiou us a remedy
He Excludes Curious Women Iroin the Pol
lard BrecklDridgj IriiL
MR. SHELBY SLAPS BR. JOHNSON
Tho Racy Breach ol Promise Case:
Continued with Renewed Vip.or
Miss Pollard Shells Tears A Num
ber ol Women Aro tjected by Order
o( the Court Mr. Shidby's Attack
on Attorney Johnson Nearly
Arouses a l-ree Fight,
Washington. March is
prABPRGSHBO bytwooav of cou
)) inltatiou aud planning, tbe Pol
rn hud Bruoklnridgt legal forcea
J U bristled with law books ami por
teotiom looking doonmtnti this morn
ing as they arrayed themselves along
the two rows of do-ks iu the criminal
court room. Jnrori, too, wore rmiling
with just provocation, lor directly
terOM the court room mid facing them
sat a groiin of fashionable young
women backed by u row of solemn ma
trons all uui led by that fountain ot
curiosity which springs eternal lu th
Expectation fsirly beamed from be
neath their bonnets. Five minutes
alter the appointed hour for court con
vening Miss l'ollard entered demure
and with downtatt eves, wrapped iu
her long black clonk, with the congress
man lefendnnt and btiiatcbalof doc
indents following so clos ly after that
the two teemed to have come together
Judge Bradley leaned in handsome
head hack iu his pad led leather chair,
the roll of jurors was called and was
no sooner finished than the judge re
marked: "Air. Marshal, 1 wish yon
would request these ladles to vacate
the seats uuless they are witnesses in
the case, " Thereupon Mr. Marshal
Wilson's portly form loomed up before
the women, waving them out. Thy
wont with clouds of disappointment
over their faces and moh an angry
tiabblliiK of protest that the judge was
obliged to rap sharply for order
A PHYSICIAN'S TESTIMONY.
Dr. Tabor. Johnson, n prominent
physician of Washington, took the
rtaud at the afternoon session and said
he knew Miss Pollard through at
tending her professionally on Mav 24.
1SW3. The witness was nfikel if on the
occasion of his visit to Miss PoLard he
had seen letters and telerau, at her
house. Dr. Johnson said he had looked
over them at the request of Miss Pol
lard. The witnejl identified the signa
tures and handwriting of the letters as
tho.-:o of Colon! Breckinridge.
Mr. Carlisle read the letters in the
order of their date. There wore three
of tin 111, none of which were particu
larly affeottonate and they were direc
tions to Mis l'ollard to Obtain the ser
vices of a competent physiciau.
A middlentgod woman who gave
Miss l'ollard a bright smile as she
took the stand gave h.r nam as M in
Parsons, a physician ol Washington,
and said she attended Miss Pollard pro
fessionally iu the winter of 1SH al a
convent and again ou BtOOnd .treet.
THli USOAL FLOW OF SALTY TEAItS.
Here Miss l'ollard broke down and
her sobbing became so violent that the
proceedings were stopped. Miss l'ol
lard was led out of court.
Dr. Parsons said he called on Colonel
Breckiniidge at the nqnett of Miss
Pollard aud presented htm a bill tor
professional services. Colonel Breck
inridge snnt tho witness the amount of
tii bill. Under crois examination Dr.
Parsons sal I Miss l'ollard had tol I him
that Colonel Breckinridge was her
guardian and ths witness bad gone to
him in that o,p ci!y.
Ai th close of Dr. Paraons examin
ation a prolonged controversy arose
about Hit 111 1 tt 1 n'lilivits It tran
spired during ih dticnition that 100
witnesses bad been examined in Ohio,
Kentucky and Virginia William Q
Johnson, who is sssitiug Mr. Calderon
Carlisle for tho plaintiff, in opposing
the motlo0 contended ihat the defense
was cuilty of chicanery, effrontery and
Insolence in endeavoring to keep the
depositions out of court. Win n Mr
Johnson made tbereinark ahontohl
oanery there wai a murmur from Col
mod Breekeorldgi and his conniel.
Shortly afterwards when the court
was declared sdjourutd, Mr. Bnotby,
Colonel Brecklnrldne, Colonel Phil
Thorn oton, .Major Btnjamin Buiter
worth, Charln 11 Btoll, W A. Mc
Kenny o 1 Desha Breckinridge went
out in a bodv At the door of the
lobby outside the oottrl loom Mr
Calderon Carlisle and Mr. Johnson
were slopped hy Mr. Shelby who had
waited there for them
SMALtPoX .'.T DANVILLE.
The Churcheaaud h. ...,..! Ar Cloaad by
1 In Leoal I: .... 1 of Haaltb.
t-hrtHit Iota npraafow 7VI5ua,
DaNVILUC, Pa., March 19. The pre
vailing eontagionsdiseaees of nmaiipox,
chicken pox and ineailes have assumtd
a molt serioui aspect here. Thlrteoi
new case have beu a ided to the al
ready long list of those previously re
Tho local board of health at the install'-
of the slate hoard have caused
to be eloeed thu schools, th Thomas
Beaver free library, the Young Men's
Christian association and the churches
aud yesterday, for th first time iu
many yKrs, no servic.s were held in
any of Him UbUrCbet here.
Tho utmost caution, however, is ta
km that tht smallpox may not spread,
and nineteen infected houses are. in a
compltte statu of quarantine; bing
guarded night and day so that no one
may enter or leave except the doctors
I he looal hoard of health iu the uame
and the authority of the state issued a
Urge proclamation this morning com
ptlllng, among other things, that every
person be Vaccinated who lias not been
Within five years; and that no public
gatherings whatever shall he held.
The regular term of conrt was to
hav b'-eu held next Monday, but
Judge ikxler hits already made an
order continuing it until such timo as
it may safely be held. Company F,
National Qusrd of Pennsylvania, was
to be inspected tonight, but the board
of health has stopped that also. The
Thomas Bavr Free library is oulte a
serious luser the Ii liniriK-i Imviiii nr.
iters to burn nil outstanding bwki at
I hey are brought in.
mk IttaXBi BEOOIIU nu t. nn ham'
"Mr. Johnson," said Mr Shelby,
ooniMor your rtmarki ( be intufttog,
and 1 demand satisfaction. " Thou Mr,
Shclhv slapped Xir. Johnson's face.
Mr. Johnson nivle a movement to
strike his BMallant, but Mr. Carlisle
placed his body between the two Just
then Colonel Breekinridge rushed in
witii In arms extended
"Keep yoUt hands olf me, sir," cried
Mr Carlisle, expecting nil attack,
'you'll siilT-r for it."
"1 Intended only to separate them."
said Colonel Urcrlt inridge, excitedly,
Mr. Carlisle had raised his hands to
avert any hostile intention oT Colonel
Breckinridge's, and as he did so som. -bodv
struck him iu the back of the
A conplo of bailiffs were hurrying
oft through the crowd with Desha
Breckinridge. Colonel Breckinridge's
son, and Captain Leonard, the deputy
marshal of tho District, told Mr. Car
lisl that he was the one who made the
Mr. Shelby and his brother counsel
hurried out of the court house, while
Colonel Breckinridge remained to make
an explanation to Judge Bradley, who
had heard of the row and had come
back. Mr. Carlisle. Mr. Johnson and
others also told the judge ot the affair,
and h" promised to settle it iu the
call attention to our largo
spring .siock, comprising
Point and Not
Plain and Dotted Swiss
and Tambour GooJs
SHOT DOWN IN COLD BLOOD. I W0 GREAT SPECIALS IN
The Butchery of Two Young Men
Necessary to Preserve the Glori
ous Republic of San Domingo.
PANAMA, March 18. Tbs Star and
Herald of March 2 sy A story from
ban Domingo coming from good au
thority say that the two sons of ex-
Prwhiditlit P. 11.7. Iiuil lieen ch..! l.v nrder
oi i reeiueiu nuureaux. According 10
the story the elder son had previously
O'eu eoritenced to imprii mutant for
life for plotting to overthrow tho ex
isting government, and when tbe
younger was also discovered to be iin
plicated, Iieurcaux determined that
both should die.
Soon after the younger's arrest the
president sent word to ;tb Baz family
that the two brothers had need of two
broadcloth snits. This was on Febru
ary 2 The clothes were tent and the
next inoruiug th youths were told to
put tne black suit on. When they
had compiled the? were told that the
tree Join of the jail yard was given
them. In the yard waa a tquad of sol
diers, whoso bullet speedily put au end
to their livrt.
This, it is said, makes twelve martial
executions in the Dominican Republic
iu sixty dsjrs. Among tht twelve was
that of Francis Pidtado, an alleged
dynamiter, brother of the Spanish con
sul to San D mingo. The consul him
sell was ejected from the itland with
out recourse to any of the diplomatic
MADMAN'S TtRRIBLE DEED.
Thomas Elnrngan, a Lunatic, Firclr
Attacki Hli AkacI Parent.
LaTROBK, Pa., March 12 Thomas
Kinnsgan, a demented man living near
lore with his aged parents, became vi
olently insane today and attacked his
mother and crushed her skull with nn
iroo bar. He then kioked her, and
kicked and beat his father in a savage
way. Leaving the house he went to
a neighbor'! and oommenotd to demo
lish the furniture
A crowd of men attracted, by the
tutu ilt entered the house and at
t mpted to overpower the man. an. H
fought desperately, and not until b
was shot in the face and a dl I mi men
rushed In upon linn was Rtiineiran over
come Mis parents may die from the
the effects of the assault the mau made
. . -
THE CORNELL OUTRAGE.
Mr JscUsnn'i Dssth Laid Befor the
Omiol Jury at I hnca.
Ithaca, NY, March IS. The grand
jury met this morning at the conrt
house, and after organising, adjourned
until 2 o'clock this afternoon.
Ditlrlot Attorney JnuiuS statrd
that the court would charge the jury
this afternoon in the cue of Mrs. Jack
son, the colored woman who died from
Hie , (Tecls of chlorine gas prepared for
tie purpose of stopping t lie recent din
ner of tne freshman class of Cornell
ROLL OF NOTABLE DEATHS.
Ex-Ley Judge Thomas Koeac, once an
extensive builder, at Media, l'a.
.lames Theobald, Conservative member
of the English parliament, who war. fatally
Injure. I iu hoarding a railway tram.
lr WilliatU Humble Young, a grutuale
of the university ,,f Peunsyleenia and
Lafayette oolltge, at Uouth Bat ton, Pa.
Major William Nevnn. the veteran tnill-
t,M bandmatttr, whose bsmi led Bher
man's troops to the sen, at Chicago, III ,
At ChlOSgO, Hev Charles Haohju, tgtd
Save.us, who has served in the war as
chaplain of tht One Hundred and Fortieth
e York regiment.
A New York Srtill made a design of an
eagle 0 a suitable Hgiiiehead for the war
ship Texat, and Ohergod the navy depart
ment 11.800 for it, but the bill has not yet
Banstors again threaten to refust to add
necessary appropriation! to house bills,
which have been purposely left olt iu the
hope of making s reputation for economy
its against the senate.
Four bills, carrying an aggregate sum
of Sl'.U, 010,1100, linvi) been reported to the
house I he District nf Columbia, the sun
dry civil, tho ferlilliations and the pen -sum
appropriations hill and of those two
tin vo passed .
I CLEAR) rVAIHIKOTOH, March Yi. Fore
east or iSisiaagi Jor tatttre
1 ftmwpivaiieB, gseeraifa ir,
slightly swrmer, tertaMt iMadt,
Fiiiwestfin I WinsjIiunid, ytucrallu fair,
tlfghfig wannor, aoutU winds.
Irish Point Lace
it j dt long at $2.08 an I !3. 90 a pair.
I he Greatest Drive
The quantity ii limited aiui
canuot be duplicated.
510 and 512 Lackawanna kit
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