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FJUIIT IAfJES-5C COLUMNS.
SCRANTON. PA.. MONDAY MOIINfXii. MARCH 19, 1894.
TWO MIN TS A COPY
IT II TO THIS
1 TO PR IT S
FOR A AIRING
P.emarhb!? Dcmoasiration in London Over
the Employers' Liability Bill.
THE SCIilll OF THE CITY GN PARADE
The Streets Are Filled With Thou
sands of Paraders and Spectators
Music from Numerous Brass Bands
Assists in Making the Day Hideous
Four Hundred Banners of Unique
Design Lend Dizziness to the Spec
tacleOrations Galore and Applause
London, March is
THE trades Unionists' demonstra
tion In favor of the employers'
liability bill and nRuiust the
honse of lord was iti progress
all thi afternoon, it transformed
London between the Thanea embank
Bant and the further Hide of Hyde
Park into au indescribable bnt
lam. The whole district was
filled with workingmen and paupers,
brass bands, processions, banners and
trnek loads of spectators. Before 1 1
o'clock crowd from the aaat and north
quarters began gatberina at the em
bsnkment and along the propoaad
routes of the processions. From the
north district cam the SOUS! of all
London. A more sodden, becr-toaked
lot could not be found in auy great city
The women eame with babies in
arms aud small children clinging to
their skirts. Family parties eampad
in little opun spaces or in doorways
The London rabble loves a holiday, and
despite their pitiable poverty the
crowds indulged in some horse plav,
dancing aud general picnicking. The
main procession formed anortly
before noon. Thousands took their
places in the line an 1 thou
sands more marched besids the
regular parade or walked In the rear.
Mounted marshals, who grinned sheep
ishly nt their friends along the route,
leu the line. Behind thui came the
unions and societies. Many wnui-n
walked with their hnsban Is. some of
them leadiug their little hoys by the
Land. The line required two hours to
puss a given point.
RUOOOTTVl Banners carried.
The 400 banners in the procession
represented all the trades Manv of
tnem .vere twenty feet square. Yal-
cans and Neptunes and blindfolded jus
tices, brooms aud rods and little com
Wars Dome aioit. una truck carried a
coffin with the union jack surmounted
with the sign. "The veto cotlin of the
bouse of lords." Before and after th-
truck came gronps of signs sncn as
"Down with the lords," "No hereditary
lawmakers," ''The lords threw out the
employers' liability bill, 1-t us throw
The most troublesome part of the
procession was the bands, for there
were more than a hundred of them in
line and each insisted upon marching
In front of certain unions. Sometimes
four were playing within 800 feet of
each other, raising such a discordant
din as to confuse those in the parade
and elicit jeers from the spectators.
Ia several cases rival bands fell
in, side by side. Some c ira to blows
but most of thm fought out the con
test by playing bass drums and trom
bones with all the force they could
mnster. The crowds along the route
were good-uatnred and applauded and
cheered the contestants. This bedlam
lasted from noon to 6 o'clock, when
those who had not gone to the nark dis
persed to their homes.
SPEECHES AT THE PARK.
The meetings in the parks wre at
tended by tens of thousands. There
were twelve platforms and more than
100 speakers. The most notable ad
dresses were made by Ben Tiliett, the
dockers friend; Jonn. Burns, labor
member of parliament for Battersea;
Joseph Arch, liberal member of parlia
ment of the northwest division of Nor
folk; John Rowlands, radical member of
parliament for the eastern division of
Finsbnry, Miehael Austin, anti-Par
uellite member of parliament for the
west division of Limerick, Samuel
Woods, miners' member of parliament
for the Lnce division of Lancashire;
Charles Fenwick. miners' member of
parliament lot the Wanabet-k division
of Northumberland and William Cre
mer, radical reform member of parlia
ment for the Hnggeriton division of
All the speakers were interrupted re
peatedly with cheers At every stand
the audience adopted a resolution con
demning the amendments introduced
by tbs peers into the employers' lia
bility bill and dem trading the govern
ment to take steps to prevent the peers
from opposing successfully the will of
HAD HEARD Of STROUDS BURG.
Two Kentucky Boys Engam in a Lynch
Lkxinoton, Kv., March 18 Last
night, Mr John Parrot, who lives at
Forest Hill, found his 12-year-old son
dangling from the limb of a tree, in a
dead faint. The father cut the rope,
and by applying restoratives soon hail
bis son in a conscious state.
The boy said that two companions be
came enraged at him for some trifling
oconrence, and seizing him, procured a
rope aud placed it around bis neck.
They then threw the rops over u tree
and yanked him in a real lynching
Style. Mr. Parrott procured Warrants
for the boys' arrest.
THE BOAT RETURNED EMPIY.
And the Two Younar Hen Who Sallsd
pROViiiENOR, R t, Maroh 18 Ed
ward U Bennett ami Charles P. Span -cer,
of East Greenwich, probably 'St
their lives bv drowning yesterday The
young men left home early in tho
morning on a ducking expedition and
have not been heard of since.
Their boat whs foun I floating bottom
upwards in (ireenwioh bay.
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Sessions Promised in Coogiossional
Halls This Week,
REPUBLICANS TO BE UNSEATED
In Every Case Where the Republican
Plurality Has Baen Liihl, a Contest
Viill Enable the Democrat Aspirant,
Backed By the Committee on Elec
tions, to Oust the Legally Elected
Member The Bland Seigniorage
Will Cause Trouble in Case of a
Veto More Remarks on Hawaii are
NEWS OF THE WEEK A3 SEEN BY TAB T2ISUNB ART! . IT
AT THE GAYLORO INS.
Interest in the Search for Bodies of
Victims Unnb.ited as the
DEFENCE OF THE COLONEL
Intimation of the Course
Will Be Adopted to Save
WILKK8-BARRE, March 18 The res
cning party in the Qaylord mine at
Plymouth labored unceasingly all day
today to rerover more of the bodies,
but up to 11 o'clock tonight none had
been lonnd. They are not progressing
very fast as th fall is now very high
and loose, aud it appears to run down
rapidly, not only retarding tho work,
but making it dangerous as well. An
advance of some thirty feet haa bean
made since the last body was found
and it is expected to reach more of
thvui at any time.
The odor today in the mine from the
d"caying fl-sh is very strong, and
fluids of all kinds are freely Hied to en
able the workers to continue their labor.
A rumor was sent abroid again nt 8
o'clock tonight that more of the victims
had been discovered, and in less than
an hour hundreds ot people gathered at
the shaft, noxious to gt an inkling of
the discoveries, but they were sadly
It was quietly whi?prfd among the
bosses at 10 p. m. that they are hearing
another body, which mav be unearthed
between this and tomorrow morning
Empiror William Srspinds to a Toast to
the Health of the Czar.
Bkrun, March 18 Connt Schouva
loff celehratd the ratification of the
reeiprocity treaty with a dinner at the
Kussian embaesy last evening. The
list of liis guests proves that, as Chan
cellor von Caprivi said In the reichst ig,
the ministers stood sboolder toshonlder
behind him in the struggle against the
It includes the names of all the min
inters who were supposed to be oppos
ing the treaty and trying to precipitate
a cabinet crisis on ace nnt of it. There
were no speeches exc-pt the toasts to
the emperor and the czar, whion. w-re
demanded by form, Born toasts, how
ever, were notably cordial
Emperoi William appeared in a
Kussian uniform at the dinner and
-poke his toast to theCEir'a health in
Russian The facts prove the com
plete revival of the Kotente betweon
Germany and Itnssia
SLANT SHOOTS SCHOLAR.
A r ;ob Hen Roosr J'plsndx Will R
Stilt In Traa- dy.
If,ZT.TrroN. March 18 A man giv
ing his name ns John Scholar, of
Poitsvllle, was surprised Inst night
while in the net of robbing Stephen
Slant's chicken coop at Pleasant Hill
He attempted to escape, but was shot
In the leg by Slant.
The latter with two neighbors then
threw Scholar into a mine hoi". II"
was taken to the snrface later by gome
villagers, but is so badly injured that
ho cannot live.
Wasiiinht.in, D 0., Much 18 The
disclosure made of the line of Jefence
which Colonel Breckinridge will adopt
in regard to the testimony of -Mrs.
Julia C. Blackburn gives interest to
many portions of the testimony of that
lady und-r cross examination) which
at the time se'inel to have no particu
lar point or bearing on the case
But its connection with what litis
been considered a vital point in the
cs? of the plaintiff becomes apparent
in the light of tho revelation of the
policy of the defence. The par
ticular point where this obj'ction
was raised was where Mrs Black
burn said that Colonel Breckinridge
called upin her, as he s'lid, at
tho request of Miss Pollard,
to remove sn unfavorable impression
which had been made upon Mrs Black
burn's mind by a statement ot Mrs.
Fil 'tte that Miss Pollarl was forward.
tHking undue liberties in the honse ot
her friends, having invited Charles
Dudley Warner to her (Mrs. Filette'si
non.e wishout p"i mission.
Other portions of the cross-ex itnina
tinn also become visible uow. Colonel
Breckinridge's counsel elicited from
Mre. Blackburn that she bad become
acquainted with Miss Pollard two years
previont toth now famous Good Fri
day interview in .March 180".
To a further quest ion Airs. Black
burn said: "I extended to her the
jam) protection which I would to any
ronng woman alone in the city from
my own state, Kentucky. There whs
only such a friendship as would exist
between a woman of my age and n
Tonng girl like her."
In orott-examinatton it was also
elicited that Mrs. Blaskbnrn had gone
to New York and invested some money
in stock speculations with a mm
whom Miss Pollard had told her had
made sotiio money for her. All this
ocenrred b-fo;e the Good Friday interview.
FLASHES FROM THE WIRES.
Populists of 'regon named for governor
iVsthaniel Pierce, the successful candidate
on the electorial ticket.
Depositors in the broken St. Nichnlss
bank, of New York, have received $370,
UOO, a 40 per cent, dividend.
Democrats and Prohibition Republi
cans have combined in th" Iowa Legisla
ture to prevent illegal liquor legislation.
About 000 GhlOainett have registered
with the Intersil revenue department
in New York. There ere about l.fiOOyet
Uenersi Superintendent Piatt, of the
Consolidated road, has discharged six of
oldest passenger conductors for alleged
All proprietors of public places in
Brtdjeport, UOuu,, having ttltale-ln-tbe-iot
Machines In operation were compelled
to remove them.
MQO employes of the P ndh'toii Win
dow lilas fac tory at Aieh ison, Jud., went
oustiike because the eotnpauy refused to
furnish ice for their ttinki;ig water.
A body, supposed to bo that of Siiss
Flrtnliig, of !rk-.bui-g, V. Vj. eiu
fOujnd nt iviii'v.lle. it is supposed thst
sin- fi ll oil' ii Aahinora and Ohio u.tlu,
'Hie MOO pudiilers etuidored at the Ben
wood Med works, at heelli.gj Uatnttlny
evening deiidetl to ucciqii the 04 per tou
rate nflered by the ooutpiiuy ami (indlng s
fottt Uion'.hj .- ii,
SMUGGLED WASHEF. BOYS.
A Port of Estry for OhtBSSS Dloovered
At El Past, Txas.
F.b Paso, Tex., March 18. For
several months Kl Paso has been con
sidered the chief port of entry for
muggisd Obineae.and L s Irwin, who
served is special agent and attorney
under President Harrison, has been
looked upon as sgont and attorney for
the Chinese six Companies,
Special Agont Wagstafl nnil his as
eiHtants as wxll as the collector's de
partment have been on the lookont for
proof on which to arrest Irwin. On
Friday night a Chinaman, who has
also been regarded ns an important
fwctor in the smuggling business, told
the ollicers the whole story nf their
plans, and yisterday Irwin and six
Chinamen were arrested.
Other arrests will follow Irwin do
claroB his innocence nf any violation
of the law and is conli lent ot acquit
PROBABLV TOO OLD TO LABOR.
Obj-otlnns Agtlnsl Qilb'irt & Sullivan's
Felrl RaVS Hoen Removed.
Ni:w YOUK, March IS The chorus
girls in Gilbert & Sullivan's latest
comic opera, "Utopia Limited " against
whoae landing here the .M iitii.il Pro
tective association hud made a proti st
on the ground that p-ruiit ting them to
come ash', re would bo n violation of the
contract labor laws, Were allowed to
laud today from the steamship Cam-
pauia by the government officials.
It has been mnde clear from thsir in
vestiga'ion that DO case COttlil b" made
ont of a violnliou of the contract, labor
law against Ilium
AM lMPROVMtT, SURELY.
Old OlaeriUa KoehV Wants t Bs Presi-
daot f the Ual vii i latest
Kl, PaBO, Tex., M irch 18 -Colonel
John 1 Mosby, the celebrated cavalrv
lender in the Confederacy, is in t he
cily -n route to Wnshingloo.
In tin interview todsy he aniiOQOCfd
'.hal he will be n c.indidate for the pru-
idenoy next el ellon,
PETER IS WILLING TO TRY.
The Colored Pugilist Would Like
to Stand Before Champion
James J. Corbett.
St. LOUIS, March 18 The sporting
editor of the Stsr-S.ying last night
received au autograph letter from
Peter Jackson, the Australian colored
heavy wi ight, who wishes to set him
self right with the public concerning
''he Corbett challenge.
"1 s,-e that Mr. Brady, Oorbett'a
munaaer, says that pnr side has made
no effort to find a pl ace for os to
meet He Is mistaken. I know
that Mr. Davies has left the com
pany on (.everal occasions for the pur
pose of negotiating with gentlemen
who have offered to give a purse
in the meeting between Corbett and
myself My manager informs me that
Mr. Brady will not listen to reasonable
propositions, that he wants some club
to put up $I5,OIO, and to put all the
money in a bank to lie forfeited in case
the battle does not occur, 1 do not ba
lieve any athletie club in the world
would do anything of the kind.
"Now, so far as the date is concerned,
I nm not pariicnbir whether it be in
dune or July, but 1 would like to have
it fixed. Tho only thing that 1 am
ifraid of is that Mr Brady will spring
technical points to prevent the coining
together of Mr. Corbett and myself,
It would be the happiest momont of
my li!o if I were effered an opportunity
to gi-t into h ring with him.
"Recolli ct, i do not say that I enn
bent Corbett, merely that I nm willing
to try. I never challenged Sullivan
when he was champion, nor have I
challenged Corbett. but 1 think that
when Corbett challenged me and I ac
Cepted , that he slu old assist in bring
ing nt, nt u match. All the storus
that have been printed about my being
aick are untrue, 1 never felt better in
IMMENSE FIRE AT DENVER.
Ths Union Dep at I Iv Consumed
Df.nveh. Col., March 18 The Union
depot iwas totally destroyed tv fire
this morning, the loss being 800,00fl
lh flames were discovered at 18 HO
s. m.. in the baggage department
in the south end of t ha building.
They sprsnd rapidly, and by 1 o'clock
had reached the central portion, a
distance of pearly 300 feet from the
point of inception. Tne fire burned
fiercely end In spite of ail toe depart'
ment could doit gained headway, run
ning along the roof in a manner tiiat
defied a cm ok, and in a few minutua t be
tower was in Amies and portions of it
began to fall. This caused the north
ern portion to take fire.
An attempt was made to preVi nt its
advance, nut. it was a difficult task
The walls in many places fell in
twenty streams of water were playing
on the burning building at it point
where the llnnn s were advancing, but
it was impossible to save it. and three
quarters of an hour from the time the
blaie was first discovered, the hand
somest and innst cosily depot itrUOtttre
in i he west was in ruins
The depot was about 800 feet long,
slid was built about twelve years ago.
It whh built of stone.
MARTHA FULLEK'S DEATH.
Coroner Dnnlln Thii,ks ihn Wound Mav
Have ne.n geiMi flto-'d
Nttw YoitK, March 18 -Joseph L.
M igeo, the young law malinger for
William M Mullen, who, it ia thought,
knows more about the pretty Steno
grapher, Mill Martha J. Fuller, than
he cures to divulge, was held today to
await the action of the coroner's in
quest. Miigee appeared to begreally
igitated while in court.
Deputy ( loronar Don I in, who made an
-x limitation of Miss Fuller's body this
afternoon, is Inclined to think that the
wound is pep-inflicted. The p dine In
ten I to bold Magee nntil a thorough
i ii v sligatiun has been made,
No cans' has bsun set forth bv any
person why the girl should have taken
her own life. It Is said that the dead
girl's relatives will never be aatiefied
until an examination of the body bus
b'en made by sn independent phy
sician, and that they will demand that
. hib bt done before the body is interred
Citizens Unanimously Vote to Sustain
the Sheriff and Militia in Pre
Crippli Crbkk, Col., fctaroh 18
This afternoon and eveuiug it confer
ence was held iii the Palace hotel at
which alamt fifty people were present,
The militia was represented by Adju
tant General Tareuey and Colonel K
J. Brooks. The sentiment of all tin
speakers was in fHVor of a military
movement against the organiz itiou
that seems now to have some further
Objection than the question of eight
hours labor. It whs lite unanimous ex
pression that the sh -rifT must tie SUS
tained In the performance of his duties
and that the military powere of the
state shall take Immediate s'.eps to see
that the sheriff is assisted in his work.
'this means that an early show of
force shall be made. The militia will
be augmented by hundreds ol deputies
that have been sworn in during the
1st weak, When the movement will
be made is Uncertain. The town was
quiet when the militia came in at 8 a
in. At a late hour last night the sheriff
and posse quietly effected the arreal of
Mayor Martin Dean, of Altrain, and
John CalferWOOd, l resident of the
miners union, upon the charge of re
sistance and assault
This morning the news of this arrest
stirred up the miners ou the hill and
they fli eked over to Altaian to discuss
the situation. They are well armed
and have the great advantage of p isl
tion The programme will be to at
t mpt to gain possession of the mines
that are working and then protect the
worklngmen from the violence of the
WERE NOT ANGELIC WINGS
R-la iv of Colonel I i .ckinrlda's Wlf
Hed Soiled Piamace.
St. Louis, Mo., March 18. Mrs. E
R. Win::, who is Congressman Breck
inridge's present wife, by her Brat insr
rigge ieoatns the sister-in-law of AIJ
berl E Wing, who achieve 1 notoriety
in St Bonis through killing a man on
account of .ls-ie Davis, For this ol
fence W ing, who lu i eloped from Ken
tncky with the girl, served a term in
the Missouri penitentiary,
Jessie D.vD, who was a very beauti
ful girl at the time and the daughter
ol a Kentucky judge, was madly in
fatuated with Win.', ami during his
Imprisonment remained in s-. Louis,
becoming a woman of the town, Sev
ere! times she entered the Mouse of tne
Good Shepherd to reform, but invari
tily Came out again and resumed her
WhenW ing was released the pair
went to Kentucky and were afterward
martied, They had squabbles and sep
arated, Wiflg finally killing the woman
in a disreputable bouse In Louisville,
whither she had gone. H now in
the penitentiary at Frankfort under a
Albert Wing, who was known to bis
intimates ns "Bert" Wing, was a
brother of E. Rumsey Wing, ex-United
Stales minister to Equador, who was
the first husband of the present Mrs
Breokinridge, After bis death Mrs.
Wing remained a widow for over
twenty years before her marri ige to
SUNDRY STATu N.WS NOTES.
l'.x-Mayor .lohn Deii., of Glen Itook,
died in ins hini.e there Saturday from
Pnddlers in the Lebanon iron mills, who
are Idle, say they will not return to work
tor less than r.'l n ton.
A charter bus been gi anted to tiie llall-
stead Tixtue company, of Busquehanna
county; capital, sao,UUU,
The Silk mini Goal company, of BhatUO
kin, broke ground for a neu breaker at its
Colebert tnliie. The new structure, which
in to be Completed ill six'v days, will have
a slopping rapacity of 18,000 tone Ol coal
Edward Matthews andJobu W. Efuee-
ti n, clerks in L. tinder's store, al, Leli
anon, discovered four men robbing the
hennery in the rear of the building. Bet
end shots were final at I lie nn rtu u rs, but
Iron I Ky Castle, No. 107. Knights of th
Hidden Bugle, of Li bitnon, ia b brated Us
seventh aunjvei-ai y in Wallroerfe hall.
Past Commander Cyrus II. Simula, William
B, Shot t. and Sir firnttd Herald JenklB
1 1 1 ii. of Rending, were the speakers.
Washington, March 18,
FILIBUSTERING in the bones and
routine calendar business in the
senate seem to be the probable
congressional programme for the
week. The bouse is likely to begin
over again the struggle which b'i
osluo so familiar pending ths passage
of the Bland seignlortige bill, to secure
a quorum which will submit to be
COUUted on roll call.
Au election contest will be the battle
ground on this occasion. Charles F.
Joy, Republican, was returned elected
at the last election of the Eleventh
Missouri (St Louis) district, by a plu
rality of sixty-seven votes over John
O'Neill, the Populur Democrat, who
has for several previous terms repre
sented that district in congress Mr
Joy holds the seat, but on a contest by
O'Neill, the commlttp' cm elections,
by a strict party vote, decided tore
port In O'Neill's favor.
As soon ns the pending sundry ciWi
i ill is disposed of and Mr. Siyers,
itbairman ot the committee on appro
priations, thinks this can be done dur
ing tomorrow's session, it is the pur
pose to csll up the O'Neill Joy election
case and the report of the committee
on elections recommending the seating
of O'Neill. This, ii is understood, will
be antagouiid by the Republicans,
r?Lo will require the majority to secure
the presence of a quorum o' their own
number to earn out the purpose of the
committee, Until that quirnm of
Democrats appears tbe expectation 1
that no business will be transacted that
does not m ei unanimous approval,
THE KNaUSH-HILBORN B case READY
in the meantime, tbe committee eaae
report the Englisb-Hil borne ciao, from
California, where a similar conclusion
has been reached that the Republican
sitting m-mlier, Bilborue, mui give
way to Bnglisb, the 1) imocratic con
testant, end that the two cases, lo
ethi with that of Williams versun
Settle, from North Carolina, be dis
posed of at once when tiie presence ol
a quorum is established and thus clear
the calendar Of this class of cases sofar
-is the committee, his prepared tbem
for aotion by the house.
Iii i lit- North Cirolliiii case the com
mittee ha determined to report in fa
VorofS'ttle, th- sitting Republican,
hut Willi, .ins. tho unsuccessful D-mo-
crntiu contestant, la determined to I
carry the contest to the 11 or ol the
Delegate Joseph baa aniiouocel bis
lutenliou ol asking the home early ku
the week to take up the bill pending
for the admission ot New Mexico to
Statehood. But lhi3 will meet the
same iis aoe interposed in the path
of the reports in the conteated election
casts Republican non-action. This
can be av, IJed, however, by th" Detuo
erata consenting to mi amendment
which will admit Oklahoma, Bat at
present there seems to be no prospect
of this being done.
The tariff bill will probably be
reported (0 the senate Tuesday
or Wednesday, ami on that quea
tion ami the fruitful Bawaian
topic some remarks ' may be
made, Mr. Vest will probably, some
time during the week, call up the
much dtscuased bill to provide a new
si to for the government punting office,
which is the Unfinished business.
Should the president ratur i the
Bland seigntorga bill with a veto, a
topic of bitter liiSCUSsioit and exciting
iuterest will be thrown before both
branohes of tha national legislature
THE PRESIDENT ARRAIGNED.
Temosraaoe Boolety Oondemna His Ao
'ion in Btmittil a a Fin-.
Wabbiuqto!!, afarch IS. At the
meeting t "iiigiit of the Oongressiohsl
Temperance sociely 10 Celebrate the
sixtieth anniversary 'if its organisa
tion, President l 'levelatnl wns ar
raigned by Rev, F D Power, secre
tury of the SCClSty ami past, v
of the (iaiiiel.l memorial ohuroh,
tor remitting a portion of the
fine imposed upon Mrs, John Shea, a
notorious character In Washington,
for an assault committed upon police
officers while attempting to arrest hei
fer violating tbe liquor laws.
The members ol her family h ive
been before the courts over 180 tlmee,
ami the aoliou of the president gave
much , ffcuee to those interested in the
enforcement of the liquor laws.
HURRAH1 O I OK A'JARCHV.
HE demand for
Fine Black Goods
this season is un
precedented. Our as.
sortment is now very
complete, having just
received our second
In French and Ger
man Novelties. Also
a new stock of the
The name of which
is the guarantee of
their excellence. As
the quantities are lim
ited, an early inspec
tion is advisable.
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HIE EUTTa PERCHI & RUBBE8 B'FCCa'S
RUBBER BELTING AND HOSE.
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And Ouk Umned Leather Helling.
H. A. Kingsbury
813 Sprnr.fi St , Scr,mton, Pa
A Young Man of OordtVS Rrieives
iii Impreeelve Knc.ire.
Cordova, March in A young man
named VelQUel Bred two shots at the
snored Image In a religious street pro
cession today. He threw down his re
volver and ran off lllOUting: "Hurrah
for anarchy I"
A crowd gave ohaso, oaptured him
and were tearing off his clothes end
basting him when tWO policemen res
cued him. Vniqui I Was taken to a
police station mid locked up.
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