The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, January 16, 1901, Image 1
rifoine. emntim WWJiilJSIlrNLY SCRANTON PAPBR. RECEIVING THE COMPLETE NEWS SERVICE OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS, THE GREATEST NEWS AGENCY IN THE WORLD. i - TWO CENTS. SCRANTON, PA., WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 1C, 1901. TWO CENTS. "3aifiBafJBL. MbT2msIJHdHfillSbfftlMR3fdVvia3RPiHBk' MR. QUAY ELECTED ON FIRST BALLOT end of the Struggle Which Began at the Organization of the Legislature of 1899. TO BE SEATED TOMORROW Mr. Quay's Commission Which Unci Already Been Piopared Has Been Signed and Will Be Presonted to the United States Senate Tomor iow Story of the Ballot Demo ciats Vote Almost Solidly for Col. James M. Cruffey, While the Bal lots of the Anti-Quay Republicans Weio Distributed Among1 Nino 'ravoiite Sons" Dr. Sllns Swal low Receives One Vote The Ballot in Detail. ,.v I.xdudtr Witp from The Anoclatcd Pre". llnulrbuig, .Tan. 115. After a mem orable struggle which had continued fop sevctal years Colonel M. S. Quav, tegular Itepubllcan nominee for Uni ted States senator, was elected toduv by the Pennsylvania leglslatuie to till the vacancy created by the oxiilrntlun of his teim on Match 4, 1S99. His com bined vote In the senate and limine was 130, op thtee inoie thnn the num ber necessary to a choice. The house and senate will meet Jointly nt noon tomorrow to canvass the vote and ileclate an election. Mr. Quay's com mission litis nlie.tdy been prepared ntid signed nnd he will take It to Washington tomonow afternoon. A pirtv of his filendH will go with him to be piesent when he takes his seat In the senate on Thuisdav. The Democratic vote wuf cast al most solidly for Colonel James HI. Ouhey, of Pittsburg, and that of the iMitl-Quny Republicans was divided among nine "fnvoiitc sons." Hepicentathc Willlum J. Galvln, of Schuylkill, who voted with the Re publicans! on the organization of the houri was i!ie" only Deniocia.t wh voted for Mr. Quay. "When he cast hls'voto the friends of Mr. Qur.y bioke Into checis which continued tor more than a minute. Ilepresentutive I.. D. Brown, of Cinwford, who was nominated by the PiohlbltlonlHtH and endoised by the Democrats and Populist), voted for the Rev. Dr. Silas C. Swallow, the Pio hlbitlon leader. Colonel (Juffey lost three votes by the absence of Ttepiesentutlves George J. Mulonc, of Venango, and Madison A. Onivln, of Adams, who were un able to be piesent on account of Ill ness, and the lulling of Representative Aithur II. Squler, of Wyoming, with Isaiult II. Haldeman, of Montgomeiy, Republican. Mr. Squier was present, while his palp was III at his home Kith tjphold fevei. The solid Denioeiatie vote In the sen ate was cast fop Colonel Guffey. The Vote in Detail. The vote In detail follows: Itniw-. -euati I'olal M. S. (Jin . . ,0 Ji, no .lames JI. Curtey . . .41 1.' 'A t'onc;rcs.-min DaUcll .... !!l 10 .It lliarlrn Lniory smith.., .11 I 1 r.eoisp C. Hurt 1 7 John Stetiart I Henry ('. McLouniiU . . I William Gieenwa ... I John II. llaitU t Charles Tubbi I Congrrumau Olmstid ... 1 Dr Sllan C Swillou- .... t Paired, two; al)M.nt, time. The wildest excitement pievailed during the balloting in the house. Long before that body convened nt 1 o'clock the chamber was packed with legislators and spectators. The cuish for admittance was so Bleat that many members had to bo diagged Into the hall by the police. The entrances weie Guarded by a coidon of policemen, who weie powerless to cope with the crowd. In a rush to admit Representative Oal vm the door In one of the lobbies was broken down nnd the hall was soon crowded to suffocation. Police Called In. Speaker Marshall called the houe to older at 3 o'clock and otdeied the sei-geant-at-arms to clear the aisles. The house oillceis weie unable to handle tho crowd and the Hatilsbin;; police were called In to assist them. Hefoie the ballot was taken Chailes W Neeb, of Allegheny, and John H. Thompson, of Centic, Republicans, who weio ab sent on account of Illness when tho house organized two weeks ago, pie sented themselves at the bai un I weie qualified by Judge Wilson, of Ueavei. These membeis weie claimed by both sides and when they voted for Colonel Quay they weie heaitlly applauded by his followers. Thomas A. Reaver, of Juniata, voted fop Mr. Olmsted, but before the result was announced he changed to Mr. Quuy. William P. Win ner, of Rucks, who voted for the anti Quay Republicans on the organization of the house, wns absent and unac counted for. liefoio casting his voto for Mr. Quay, Reprwntatlve Thomas J. Reynolds, of l.iitliawanwi wlthdiow tho naino of Congressman William Connell, of Scranton, who was nomi nated at the oiganliNUIon. Mr. Rey nobis said he had been nominated nnd elected an an nntl.Qimy Kepubllcnn, but he believed In majoilty uile and would veto fop tho (.incus nominee. He voted with the iintl-gunylley on the organisation of the house. Hepiosen , totlves Samuel A. Kendall, of Homer ssr, nnd Donald P. Mcpherson, of Adams, who also voted with tho nntl Quoylies at the organization, voted for Mr. Quay. The announcement nf tiio I result was lifto'inl with much shout- Jng and applause, dining which an ad journment wus taken until 11 o'clock tomori ow. When the icsiilt of the balloting was announced, theio wns a spontaneous shout of oppluuso from the Iloor and the gnllerles, which lasted less than a minute, and tho senate adjourned un til tomori ow. Roth bodies will ,ui Jouin on Thuisday until next Monday evening, when the standing commit tees will be nnnounced and the routine woilc begin In earnest. Quay Republicans Contiol. Tli repot of the senate and houiw Republican slate committees aie ex pected to lie announced tomorrow. The Quay Republicans control both bodies nnd theie Is no doubt of the ratification of both slates. Tho Demo, crats will not share in the olllces In either body and Just what lecognltion will ). given the anti-Quay Republi cans, the slate committets havo not detei mined. The election of Colonel Quay ends the stiuggle which began at the or ganization of the leglslatuie of 1S9D and has since continued without In tel ruptlon. Seventy-nine ballots were taken by the Inst legislature without a choice and then the legllatme ad journed. The day following April 21 Govei nor Stone appointed Mr. Quay to the senito, and on April 23, 1891. his ap pointment Wan leteeteil liv Iho aunntn H' one vote. Pennsylvania has since nan oniy one united Stales senator In the person of Roles Penrose. Colonel Quay received the news of his election at his lesldence near the capltol. He was naturally elated nt his vlctoiy, but declined to make a .stntement. He held nn Informal! re ception this afternoon for his ft lend thioughout the state, who cam; heiv to be present when the vote was taken. Colonel Quay has leased n house In Hnriisumg for the nesslon and he ev pects to spend much time lime urging the passage of apportionment, ballo, leloim and other legislation to which the Quay Republicans nie com mitted. How the Members Voted. The detailed vote In the senate was as follows: I'cr V'. s. ijuaj. ot Items (mint), liipublli.in -UrrKelbacb, Philadelphia! lludke, VVmslilnetonj Cumiuliirs, Waricnt Pmcr.t. Mimr; lltlur. In limf. Pulil, I nlon, I'm, Pniphln; (Iradi, Philadelphia, (Iran-duel., IMill xMplila: Iljrtlcn IhirIi, Wajin; HililtlbaiiKli. 1.imnKr; Mitson, MiKian; Miutillnnner. MUglun.v : Oilmimi, PhiUilrlphlj; (uall, Sclitilkllt ; Volt, lMiIlaiK 1 plili; Mmoii, 1 ricj snjiUr, CIkiUi; Sprcul, Deb auaici Stlncnnn, Cimlirh; Slobir, !.ancatir, are, I'liiladilpliia, Vaiulian, Uikiujmu; Vdli. Iiiiiiii, tr.ifuul; Wlllnms llulhri WomU, Wut. laorclanil Totil, 21.. l'oi James M. CJultoy, Mlrnlioni ioiuit, Duno. irat lioMl, Pajclle; Codiran, Lwnmlni,; Halm, VorK; llilnl. , Cmtir; 1Krbl, lltrU, HlKKln, Sliujlkill; hrmimur; Northampton; Up, Mnn. im; Mllbr, Cuinlxrlaml; itli. Claiion: .(, I-dileli, Hint, Montcnmry. Total, li Tor Jobti l)..lzill, Indi pcmli nt Itipublicin (I in foul, Allcclicnj i Piurj, I.urcrne; Hlnn, M lilii'in, lluiri, l'liilidilphli; MiKio, Pirn, Mi foe, .Mlicliiiir, Vlartln, I'liilaiKlplih; Mnuirt, Kranlllii, WiU, I.ibjiion, Miller. Iitilfon!. To. tal. 10 For CroiKf V. Hiitr, VVcrllnnn land, Iiulrjiciirl lilt Itcpubllc.au Hki, Hue kx. 1'or tlurlM Kinory iiil(h, 1'lillajilpbli, Imle pimk'iit ll'publlian-IMmMnn, llimltoul The vote in detail In the house fol lows: Qua Mer. ifnWrir, Maker, llirkir. Ilea. com, lii ncr. Mi-', llonliam, Ilriikn, Uioslus talder, t'mel, Chimpilsn, Chew, (Vilville, Con ncll, Cool., Coopr, tope, Cor; ell, PoiiKberl;, ll.nl", ItUliiul, l)iii. T lu.m.is. Holm en, l'alie;, lVrrebee. Po, Kiilmer, (lab In, (lanible, (Jariifr, Cilion, Ur.ifT, (ira;bill, llaiulltou, John; llimil ton, !. S. ; Hirilx, HariUon, Hmnrlh, Ikii'lu. foil, lit my. llevi, lllll, lloinMicr, Holt, Janus, Joni, Ka;rei, Hi n Jail, Kcnueib, Kmn, Kopp, Lick, Lean), l.flb, McAnlU, MiUalu. Mi Connell, Mitnine, Mefilathd;, Mel'herson, MtTlfilie, .Mai per Miti, Mai tons, H. C; Moiileomei;, Moi il-on, Miilkie, Murphy, N'ffl), Ncwlunl, On, I'at teion, Phllbln, I'oiiicroy, lljjmonil, lli;nolili, UIoImI, Hipp, llutlu rforJ. Sihcuir, Seal, Silbr, Slmlakcr, Miter, Smith, Albeit JI ; m;th, Da lil J.i Mnein, Slinc, Stiolh, Stulb, Talor, lolm ( ; Tlionipon, llorau J.; Thompson, John K ; 'lliompKon, NeUon, II.; 'filTaii;, I'lrlch, Vun. ihke, oorheii, e.ner, elt;, Mlhnl, Vales Marshall (peakir)-10l (,uir; MoKiii llluiiilt, llminan, Proun, Thoimaj llurke, Hornet. ljtnii, Colter, Crea, llixin, Diasi, Knke, I'Nher. Piierth, liurntliu, Ibui,', Hats, Hill, llucli, Ho;, Ikiltr, Johmuu, Irin N.; Knln, Kirk, Jlannlnir, JIane, MllUr, It Prank; Mo;ir, M;ir, SaftkliiKer, Osier, 1'alni, I'jul, lldll, ltoilKei, Hoth, Itotluoik, shutt, Smltli, .folin II : Squibli. Swunei, Tioull, fl brook, VMbon, Youuk-II Halill- VIinn nJoiMUi, Doilfniil, Ikninn, Clarem;, Clark, Crwfoiil, Poult, l'ilnl, I mil, PoHtir, Oroh, Hall, Hielhailh, llonk, kliker, Mil.arn, HcWIilntiey, Jlahon, Mnoic, M.IhI, simleron, Srott, Muni, Wilkinson JI. Smith Mibr ,vUanilti IloMie, (ora;, Driim, l'mei;. Hamilton. Joiiph; llaitniau, Hosklni, Lnnux, Tailoi, I 'ml K.; Wailswoith II. Itnfl Mim Vbr.ims Alllnou, l.inton, II iv, baiae, 'Iliunu -0 Stm nt JlenH koont, Itml, liurri !l. Mi('on.n Jb-Cainlli v Mitoimlik (Joililnilo. Hinis Iohnon. AUmt V. Tlll.lK IlilllKOCk , Olnislid Vinobl swallow IIiohii, I., I) I'jIipiI llildnian villli s)ulir Absent Mc.rfc Winiur, llepiiblliau; Vlalomy, PiinoiTat, anil flan In, IMnoerat. Stalwarts Celobjate. There was much tevelry In Iluitls burg tonight over the success of Colo nel Quay and his followers burned led light with an extinvngant hand. From tho moment the lesult was known In the house until n lata hour, the stiprts were ciowded with n hoatse, shouting mass of Quay fol loweis. Rinss bands weie constantly matching up and down the streets ilutlng the late afternoon and la the evening all the marching clubs formed In one piocesslon and paraded until tho members were tired. The Quay mansion, on Pino street, us well ns tho Quay headquatteiH at tho Lnchtel hotel, weio sui rounded constantly by n cinwd of men, A feature of tho celebration was tho setting oft of n, great ipiantlty of giant firecrackers in fiont of the Quay headquarters, niKiussIng ,the futuro work of tho present legislature. United State? Henator Penrose tonight paid "With tho senatorial election dis posed of, there Is nothing to Intrr- feio with the legislature devoting Its nttcntion to the passage of ballot re form, apportionment and appropria tion bills nnd other needed legislation that the people nrp looking forwatd to nnd the Republican party is pledged to enact. This should not occupy more time than Is necessary nnd I do not think It too much to anticipate that tho work of the legislature would bo completed by the first day of May at the farthest.. DELAWARE DEADLOCK STILL UNBROKEN The Union Republicans Will Recog nize No Candidate but J. Edward Addicks. By i:luile Wire from Tho AtoOtlaleil Pre. Hover. Del,. Jan. 15. The tesult of lost night's union Republican caucus, when sixteen membeis of this legisla ture nominated J. Hdunid Addicks for United States senutoi, lent lnteiest to , the initial vote fop tho two senatop i whips taken Hepaiately by the two houses of general assembly toda. , Prior to the convening of the legls latuie today the antl-Addicks, or as they teimed themselves, tegular Re publicans, held a caucus and ugieed to vote fop Chailes K Richards, of Cieoigetown, fur the shoit term for United States senator and Colonel Henry A, Dupont, of Wilmington, lor the long teim. The union Republicans on the other hnnd lecognlze no iiin dldate but Mr. Addicks. The tcfusal of the regular Republi cans to go Into the union Republi can caucus, even with the nHsuraik'o that they could have the long teim senatorshlp nt their disposal, indicat ed, as the first ballot showed, that a . deadlock would be tho result. The total vote of the two houses on tin Hist ballot was as follows: I For constitutional trim beginning March J, 1901 Richard R. Kennev, Dem.. Kent countj. 23: John Udwaid Addicks, union Republican, New Cas tle county, lfi; Hemy A. Dupont. teg ular Republican. New Castle count, , William C Spiuaneo. Anthonv Hlgglns and Levi C. Bird, legular Re publicans, each one vote. For unexpired term beginning March I, 1S99 Wlllard Paulsbury. Dem., New castle county, 23: John Udvv.ird Ad dicks, union Republican, New Castle, 1C; Charles F. Richards, regular Re publican, Sussex county, 10; William S. Hllles and Heujamln Nltlds, tegular Republicans, each one vote. Absentees, two regular Republicans. The totul number of votes In both houses Is 02. and 27 are neccssaiy to a choice. OTHER SENATORS ELECTED. By Hvcksbc Wire from The Associated Vn. Augusta. Me.. Jan. 15. The two hote-es of the leglslttuie voted tor United States M'n-itor today In the bouse. Senator William P. Ur.e, Re publican, received 107 votes and Swa sey M. Staples. Deinoci.U, 1'i. In the senate, l'rye leielevcd 21 and staples 1. The Joint convention will meet to inoiiow to latlfv the election. Concoid. N. II., .Inn. 15 Colli hollies of the leglslattiit todaj voted for United Slate" -itl.noi to smceel Senator William i Chnndki. In Up senate the vote was Henrj U. Iluinhum, Republican, 2J: Charles F. Stone, Democrat, 1. In the house, Ilutnhain, 279; Stone, S3; Hemy M. Rallcr, Independent, 1. The Joint con vention .will meet tomoirow, Denver. Col., Jan. lG.Hun. Thomas M. Patterson was today elected l'nlt"d States senator to .succeed VMwaid O. Wolcott. Mr. Patterbon was the nom inee of tlu Deniociats. PopulUts and Sliver Republicans, leceivlng 71 votes out of n total of 87 cast nt the lolnt caucus last night. Lansing. Mich., .fan. H. United States Senator James McMillan was ro-elccted by tho Michigan legislature today, he being the unanimous cholc of the Republican muloilty. The voto will be veillled In lolnt convention tomorrow . liolse, Idaho, Jan. 15. The legisla ture balloted In separate session fo, United States senntcn today and elected formed Senator Fied T. Du Rols. Helena, Mont., Ian. 15. William A. Claike. of Uutlo lacked one vote of tho number required to elect him to tho Unite States senate today. Had tin vote been In Joint session. Claiko would havo been elected, as he ie clved n majority of tho vote ca.t A joint ballot will be taken tomoirow. Senator Hoar Re-olected. By nvcli-sbe Wire fiom Tho Aoeliteil Prvi. Boston, Jan 15 - (Seoiue I'rlubh Hoar wai te. ilcrtcil toil i in, both nn Up and home of the JlascachiiM'ttii le'Ulatuie to succeed hltnkilt fn the t'nltiil States nnate foi the teim lommenc. ini March I, J!WI The veto In tho Hcnale ua 2) for Horn ami s for Hlcluril Olne; One pemo cratie Ktialor ole.l for Hon. 'Ihe cote of the Iioiiki wn li 'i for lloir, IS foi Hne unci one foi (Inrle II llimlli;, Nulill.t Pfuiocial. of Ha. nlilll lour Poiiuiratii member of n,L hoiip mteil lor Hoar. Strike to Be Oidered. Ily Kxchulte Wite from The VssoclateJ Prew Youusktown, O, Jin. n- iIcIikMo conten ts n repickentinu' the cmplojcn o( the tnentt nine blast furnaiiii of lie Vlihonlii.' ami She. Ainiro vallc; was lielil here toJa; al which it v.1 niolitd that II the cut in u..ei an iioumcd b; the upintou for IMiruan 1, when the base of wascs I. to Le reduceil from &I.O0 lo sjl clj per da; li Inilecl upon, u sinn il strll.c will lie orileiecl. Reinforcements for Kitchener, ny Eieluln Wl-e from Tlie Amoclated Prew. lAimlon, .Ian, J3.Tlic somnninit has ileelOiJ to icnil laiif rtinfouemcntii tri m Kitchener, mil Hie war oBlee, in iarr;lng out llili ilocblon, ia determined to enlUt u.OuO jeoinanry volun. teern. At a meeting hchl In the xm ortlip thU afternoon thli plan and othiru for tccurlns more men were discussed and approred The War nt Colombia, fly Kxcludve Wire from The, Associated I'rcm. Colon, Colombia, Jan. 13. (jencral Alban at tacked the revolutionary foicr uutalde tho ilty of Panama baturda;. Tlie flshflnj was of ihort duration. Tho ievolutlonlt were defeated, lo.. I MR many killed and Bounded, as well aa Inn chief captured. Tho Roternmnit furcca nuulnod a lot t of ictrn killed and one wound'.) MAN AND WIFE BUROLARS. Caught in the Act, Husband Shot While Trying to Escape. By r.irluhe Win (rom The Allocated PreM. Atlantic City, N-. J., Jan. 15. Police man Chailes Weaver this morning shot Rert Pierce, alias Harry Foster, the bullet taking effect In the fleshy part of the leg. Pierce had nibbed tho wholesale tobacco establishment of Harris Rrothcrs, on Atlantic ave nue, near Pennsylvania avenue. The cash icglster had been broken open nnd $35 taken, nnd there were 1,600 cigars missing, together with a quan tity of clgniettes. The oillcep found Plerco in company with a woman, who claims to be his wife, cairylng nvvny the plunder. Hoth chopped their booty and llud In oppo site clliections. Three shots were filed In the air. and then the ofllcor sent the fourth bill Into Pleice's left leg. Dp Chow dressed the wound In the 'city Jail and then oidered Pleice taken to the hospital, where he lit now under gum d, oilleeis Maltzell and Woodtuff ar icsted the woman at the Reading uill io.ul station as she was about to board n tialn. Tho woman kept watch out side while tin buiglary was committed and iccelved the plundei as it wns missrtl thrmirrli .1 wttid.,,. tlln..-w. ,-"' w... K..i..,i. 1 niir and his wife kept a small Poinding House at 124 South AtkrnimiH avenue. A Jimmy and knife weie found cm Pieice. The woman Is known under the name of Li7zle Pierce. Chief of Police Uldridgo says he may be able to Iracc other rtibboiles to the couple. ELOPES WITH AGISTER OF TWO FORMER WIVES "Swlftwnter Dill" Gates, Klondike Minoi, Makes Thlid Alliance with Lamore Family of Butte. By I'xehnlie Wire fiom Tin AJoeiateil I'reM. Rutte, Mont , Jan. 15. William Gates better known us "Swlftwuter Rill," who has become noted on account of bis Klondike stilkes and his mntrl nionlal experiences, has, according to the story of one of his former wives, eloped fiom Rutte with the thlid of the Lamoie sisters, whom ho says he will many upon their arrival In Chi cago or New York. "Swlftwnter Hill" has been mauled to (lussle and Grace Lamore. each of whom seemed n divorce from him. Recently he tetutned fiom the Klon dike, v.heie foi tune had favored him, nnd was on his way to New Voil; to oigonize a new mining company. He stopped in Hutte to visit his former wife, Gussle Lamoie, velio Is playing at a theatie here. She gave It out that a leconclliatlon piobably would be effected. Gates piesented her with an Intel est In seveial of hit. new mines In the Klondike, and eveiythlng moved along smoothly until yesteiday. when "Swlftwatei" and liolle Lamoie, an lh-ypap-old slstei of Gussle, look their depaituie fop the e.ist. Help' left n note stating that they weie to bo mairlod upon thelrnriiv.il in Chicago. The deseited bister gajly lenmiked today. "Well. 'Swlftwnter" is a good thing, ond we might as well pass him along. Time aie still thiee other gills In tho lamlly." Giace Lamore, "Swlliwatei's" other foi met- wife, is living in San rianelsco. HISSING AT THE B00Z INVESTIGATION The Mllltniy Coteile Resents the Intimation That a Cadet Could Be Untruthful. By i:xilualc "ire fiom The Associated Pres West Point. IS. Y Jan. 13. An un looUed for Incident occurred today at the close of the afternoon session of tl.e congressional committee's Investl-f-Mtlnu ut the United States military aiudem.v. Theie was a veiy laigo at tendance of at my oillceis, with their wives and ilaugh'tcis, piesent. When Congressman Drlggs asked Cadet Deen If It was through having a convenient mammy that ho could only remember Cadet Sheridan's name out of all the men ho had exercised, theie was n storm of hisses which ion mound the mom. The women ns well as the men took part in it, and It was evident that they considered the ques tion ns oiif Impugning the credibility of the witness. The cocie of boner nt West Point, accoi cling to the testimony adduced during the Investigation, ns well as the mllltniy Inquliy, does not admit of untiuthfiilness. nnd tho people liv ing at the post lesent anything sug gestive of n doubt on this point. Congressman Dilggs Immediately asked that the court room be dented, but Chairman Dick declaicd u recess of an hour and n half without recog nizing the ieiuebt. Several olllcers did not tiy to con ceal their cllspleasuio nt tho question put bv the Hrooklvn congiessmnn. Thoy albo wild that Judge Smith, nnother member of the committee, had no tight to say In his examina tion of TJeen "that the ileath of Eoo wart laid nt Peen's door." Mr. Dilggs lesumed his exnmlna Hon of Cadet Deen when the latter came Into tho court loom for the night session nnd lefeirlng to tho question which he put to the witness In the afternoon asl.ed If It weio due to for getfuIncsK that he could 10 numbor no name but that of young Phil Shcildnn out of nil the endats whom he had exercised nt the uead, emy. Deen leplUd In the r.lurnintlvi) and the stoiin signals weie, taken down, The committee gntheied a good deal eif testimony ilutlng their Unco ses sions today. They havo evidently sat isfied themselves with tho ovldence al leady on record regurdlng fighting and have turned their probe? on ti10 1TleS!, hall hazing nnd tobasco sauco epi sodes, Worn ull appearances tho represen tatives will not get thicugh their la bors beforo tho end of the week, MANIFESTO OF ANTI-QUAYITES Republican iMcmbers ol Senate and House Opposed to Quau State Their Case. REGARDING THE PLEDGES Hot Shot for Representatives Rey nolds, Hill, Tiffany nnd Others. Pennsylvania, They Say, Has Been Doubly Disgraced in tho Return of Mr. Quay to the Senate Inference ns to the Motives Prompting Flodge-Bienkeis Is Left to Their Constituents. l!y Ixrlivdtc Wlra from The Aj'oclatfd Pieu llairlsbtirg, Jan. 15. The anti-Quay Itepuhllcans tonight gave out the fol lowing I In' itcjiublii in iiiimbcn nf tlio n'li.ite m I liuiw il riiitntntlm of Pcnm;baiili nppcwul tu tho 1u Hon of Mr. tfuay lo tin t'nltiil htatri ninali' maki the fi llnv. Itiu statPliu lit : Vt their mictltu lield at tin Cuiiimnimcilth hotel no Piiimbcr .(1 idtlvflu- in rail km of Ibe 1glbtnre sloiieJ 01 ha 1 pntiumlv Uncnl Hi fiillrmini: plcdxr We, tli iiiiiliiniKtiid iiiitnbiM of tho net wnml niMinblj nf IVr.tKihanli, liiifb; pledge cnriihes, one Willi tin- cthei, that we will not indir ant ( licuiii'tnniu vole for the election of M '. Quay for Pulled Matea Minlor, imr will tic intir ant caiictiii called ami controlled in Id Inlireiit or In hl behalf. TliN p!eili;i wai nlgned lit John K Tliompson, ot Centre countj i John 1 McliElie, of mis iiicliaiiiia county; Thonm .1. lte;noM-i, of Iicl.. uwanna county; lle'ijimln I" Welly, of Frank lin count;, mil Sninuel A. Itciulill, of someiwt count;, nigiiid i litlir to the same cfTiit. Thin' men Ovcept Mi. 'Ilioinps. n, who wis al homi ill), lurtlciputtil in the mcttlnu of Ihe antlyuit ontaniratlon sumlnsly In perfect r;m path;- and aciord with the mmemeut under taken Uithout an; l banco, hcmcicr, in the tiollllcal iltuatloii, them' men linike tin ir noli inn plcdKca and toted dlreetl; for I s iia; fur I'nltid States einttor on the hut Inllnt. If lliete ltepubllean-i had been trui" In tlicii p'cdi,n the election of Vlr. (Jua; would lute bun impo fciblp notttitlMinilliii; the peillilt nl thoe Dunn iratt who di-erted t lit ir part;. No laiuniixc could Milflu piopirly In iharic tenre pcrfldr irro-( So e.cu'. ttliatetet, cm lie pleided foi It that will be believed bv lioicut men. The Iii1ki' ttni toluntarilt takm and it Ilu been nieiil; ami mil iliilii nacl v broken. lli'M- mm hate paitul compan; ttilli Iheli hontr lor lejM.iu tthlcii the; c'aro not atm.- and hate iiliilunmil UicnHcltu to lltn of soital utnl political dlkftracp. The tieison of Pcrcdlct Vinobl mulled in i likllnrt licnctlt lo the nation, in Hut it ci.t-.nl licd tho national spirit, and al tin Fiin"'tiii.. fiimPlieil -i wainlnr and moral foi ull ili.ii Hut tin pirlldloii', lr.aun tc tho Mronit pn ilblp moral nblii,ations coniiultted lit llie-o IiIccIki. buikcrn tnii-l woik im-alenl iblp ltd n.lilp limn iU Imiuidiali- iiDiilla, n Hielr conduit will In- iwul .n. .i picciitmt anil Jiutilicatinn b; itirt olitlcal hpu in tli- eountr;. 'Hie inntltp ttldtli pinuiplid lhoe men .mil tin iurucnu In In- ili.mii fium tin Ir iiindu t tti- leu i tit Huh ou.iltuuiti and llm Inklllir ut and diunt pinple of the loimlr; Doubly Dlsgiaced. PiniL-,;lt inla li.n bun doubli di-Riaced bv the retuiii ol VI s cjuit to tin kcmtc. I'list. be-ian-c ii majoritt nf the elcttors of tho iom nionttciltli Mlnttil lepiifrntatltd opposed to lil (lei linn, and iciond, bccaun' of the means iiiiplntul b; liliu .nid Ids nentt to t.citup (lie tittti meirfnn in rilinrxnp dim iu u remtor upon a ehtated and humiliated commoimi ilth flKiud) John tt. CYawfoid, llobut K. IM tnlitin, Mlllnn Kliiiii, J. Ilitard Hemy, J win W. MiKic, Datld Martin, Hampton V. Itlcc, leandir Stewart, Samuel Wilv, Abrain s IlIlM, Joseph Alevandcr, Willi im VI. Allison. Datld M Anileihbii, John s. Arnold, .1. Claud Hidford, K. Ilinjamln lllennan, Ijlward A. no;ne, James Clan tic;, Jamen V. Clark. r.lUlia A. Co ra;. Jr., .Toil Crawford, Amon M. Doutt, p,illn l Drum, Prank (,. rdttJicb, .Tohn I'. Kmery", 'llicm.ii J. l'lird, Jaiiien I'.slei, P. A. Goileharli's f..iniuel (Jioh, JoMph P llinilltcn, Ciorci- J. Mailman, Cliailii I', lle.iiliiith, Andrei. I), llltihioik, I.oii M Hosac!., vlbeiT W. Johnson. Willlani I). Millirlilc, William H. Ktrntz, Itobert A. l.inton, rranklln M, bomav, Ouy P. ;u Candlivi. J II. McLarn, Hubert MeWhinnct, Williim T. Vlalion, John P. Moore. Willlani W. Mkliet, Simuel M Hit, William llcul, Mahlon 1. sat-Krc, I'WJ' M- Scott, CIntleH i-hane, Prul erlck K Ta.tlor. I.uren f Thomas, William M Turnci, Ilnr; WilkliiMin. William p. Winner, llinrv Hall, I'alnaril 1) tVaiNttmtli, William Drur; GENERAL DE WET IS ENRAGED The Boer Guerilla Is Furious Over Success of Burgher Peacemak ersVows to Shoot Botha. By Ilvclinltc Wire from 'Die Associated Pma Kroonstnd, Change Itlver Colony, Monday, Jan. 14. The success of tho Iliugher pence committee In cllstilb iitlug among the Uoprs In the Held Paul Hothus book, "Pi oin Hoer to Hoer," has Infuriated Ocneial Dc Wet, who, It Ih reported, aweurs he will shoot the author at the flist opnoi tunlty. The refugee camp is now occupied by 2,000 persons. Another Is being formed nt Ithenoster. Supplies of nil kinds In the towns aie being exhausted. Tho lloeis aiu most actlvo In tho notth and nlso In the direction of I.lndley. Vuilous commands appear to be Joining Oenernl Dp Wet In the south. London, Jan. 15, Iteporting to tho war timet under date of Piotorla, Jan. 14, Lord Kitchener says: "Hover's wholo forco crossed the tnllwny nenr Kullfoiiteln .Tun. VI, mak ing to the east. "There are nc linpnitant ehnnj,es In tho positions In the colonies, f-'everal small patties appear to bo returning to the Orange Hlver colon Somo Capo labels, who accompanied a com mando Into the colony, havo surrcn deiod." Tommy Hogan Out. Py Eicltulte Wire from The Attocliteil Press. Memphis Ttnn, Jan. IS. Oscar Gardner knocked Tommy llojan out in the iilxth round. THE NEWS THIS MORNING. Weather Indication Today, INCREASING CLOUDINESS. 1 fleneralCuay Kleetcd Senator. InMirKcntH bwue a Vlanlfedtii. IliiNxhleter Murder Trial, higro I Ilurned at tin hlake 2 Local Telltnoiiy In tho Count llminie llrlbery llearlrg. I.aikauaniu County Netn. .1 Local-Oplriou llefulnit a New Trial in Hip lltwtt Pond i'lali Caw. Common Pliai Court I'iouhiIIiu;. I I'llllnlUI. Note and Comtncnt. .1 local I.itt Account (.( the Wlgnee of the Scraiilin City llann. Supulor Court Sejlord Ilcgln (I bocil W'el Scranlon ml Subiitbaii 7 lleneral .SnitlK litem Puinstliaiih 1'lii.iiiU.il and Commirilnl 8 lK.il- NVm of Hip ludiicttlal Wnlhl ANOTHER NEGRO IS BURNED AT A STAKE Fied Alexnnder, Who Attempted to Assault Eva Roth nnd Wns Sup posed to Havo Murdered Eail Foibes, Is Ciemated. Py I'.xcliisite Wirp from The A-Melaled freM Icaveuwoith. Kan., .Tan. IS. Fied Alexander, the ncgio who Satuidiiv evening nttempted to assault Miss Kv.i Hoth and who wns supposed to havo assaulted anil killed 1,'ail Foi lies In this city In November last, was this afternoon taken fiom the sheriff's Ruard nnd binned at the stnke, near the scene of his ci lines, hnlf a dozen blocks fiom the eentei of the clt. I'lobaltly H.flOO peisons wltness-ed the lynching. Alexander wns tied to a inlliiMd tall, placed tipilglit In tlie giound. He was bi ought to the city from the penitentiary nt Lansing at 1.S0 this afternoon nnd placed In tlie coun ty Jail. The cltlens gathered In great numbers unci finding peaceable en trance to the Jail Impossible, aimed themselves with lallioad Iron". The jail doois weie battered down and Al exander mn dragged to the scene of his crime, follow id by hundteds of howling ftenzlcd men and boys.. When Alexander m lived In charge of his captors at the place wheie he vt.i put to death he raised his shack led hands and began to speak. Twice he started but the uowd di owned Ills trembling volee. "You nie going to kill me whatever 1 say." he said, "but ou men nie wiong. 1 want to tell you tight now, ou've got the wrong man. I didn't clo that and some clay you men hen will run up against the man who did. 1 know It nln't any use to nay so, lor you're going to kill me, but r did not do It." He was called a liar and Jet ted by the cietwcb A inltinad mil was then stood upright. Tills was made fast to cross Irons firmly bound lo the up tight Iron with win. Amuud the In'i piovlsed stake wood and buaitls weie plied. To this the mun ws dragged and chained In u standing position tit the uptight ralliiMd lion, chains and lions weie w tapped about him and with his hands still shackled he was made Inst to the pot Coal oil was then pumed ovei him, He did not seem to teiillze that he was to be burned at the stake and talked rationally until John Foi ben, the father of the mm tiered girl, lighted tho match. Again Alexander was asked to muke a. confession, but he icplled that he had nothing to sn. As the Haines leaped about him Al exander turned ,i ghastly hue, and clasping his hands together, began to sway lo nni fio while the ciowd yelled. In II vu minutes the negio was hang ing limp and lifeless by the chains th.it bound him. As soon ns the crowd saw that life was extinct It began to slowly disperse. Hundreds, however, stayed to the hut. Men kept piling cm wood nil the time until the (lames weie allowed to die clown, After Alexander's an est on Sattir day he was taken befoie- Miss lto'h who Identined him. Klnce then a mob has suiiounded the enltentlaiy day and night. Today the ciowd became so founldnble that Oovernor Stanley, In t esponso to a telegiam. fiom War den Tomllnson, oidered two compan ies of mllltlti to be In teadlness to stmt for Leavenwoith at a moment's notice. Governor Stanley otdeied Warden Tomllnson to lefuso te tutu Alexander over to the sheilff unless he n'reed in wilting to protect him. The warden did receive a written iccclpt from the sherllf to the effect that he would protect tho prisoner. About 9 o'clock the cm oner and two policemen took the lemnlns to an un dertake! 's establishment. The com tier's Jury has been named, but the Inquest will not be held for a few days. The lemnlns weie viewed by thousands. Topeka, Kan., Jan. 15 Governor Stanley tonight announced thut he would tomouow offer a icunrd of $109 for the apprehension of nny one Im plicated In the lynching of Alexunder at Leavenworth Jailed for Safekeeping. D Hxilunltp Wire from 'Ihe Awtociatrel Trcsj W.irun, 0, Jan. 13. I.ntlirr Putin, chimed tilth aaultliiK u little boy at Clranl, has been Jelled lien fir (afikupiiiK. An attempt ta luadi- caillii in Hip day al filiard to burn him alhp in the Jail the bulldlnp liatint; been hied by a mob poll' aliened victim is icported In a tcilom condltliu DEATHS OF A DAY. Py Kwluilte Wire from The Ansoclatfil Press, Numnbtiir, Jan. 15. Jofiaiin I'aber, founder of Hie Palter lead pencil factor, it dead. New ,ork, Jau. 15. Stephen Van Renasarler Tottntend, a ttelt known lawyer of this city, died at Ida homo h Hempstead, b. ! today of tjpliuld fcttr. B0SSCHIETER EVIDENCE IN Death, One ol the Prisoners, Cre ates a Sensation bu Inter ruptlno a Witness. TESTIMONY OF CHEMISTS Prof Rudolph S. Witthnus and Dr. McBride Declare That Jennie Bosschleter Camo to Her Death from tho Effects of Poison Evi dence Given by tho Policemen Re garding the Finding of the Olrl'a Body nnd Death's Confession. Dy rxdudte Wire from The Associated Tresi. Pntcrson. N. J.f Jan. 15. With an ar ray of expert evidence to show tha vaunt: of death, the admission of state ments mndo by tho polleo that ona of the defendants made a confession of the cilmo and n sensational inter tuptlou of one of the witnesses by one of tho prisoners, Prosecuting At torney lhnly tonight announced th case of the state against William A, Death, Andrew Campbell and Wnltei I. McAllister, three of the four men accused of murdering Jennlo Boss chleter, wus complete. The greater part nf tho day was occupied with tho testimony of the medical experts, tho most important of whom was Dr. Andicw F. McBride, the countv physician, who perfoimetl the autopsy on the body of the girl and tleclaied that she c.amn to her death from effects of "some poison," and Prof. Itudolph S. Witthnus, u. chemist, who made u. qualitative and ciunntltlve analysis of the stomach nnd other oigans of the girl, and clu claiecl the ptesence of chloral hydrate in sulllclent quantities to show that death had resulted fiom tho admlnls tnrliig of this diug. A number of de tectives and policemen were put upon the stand to tell of the arrest of the piisoners. Detective Scigeant Mc Ineiney, who drove over the imite with the hackman, Seulthoip, unci found the bottle near the body, was testifying as to a statement made to him by Death on tho night of his an est, or lather In the early morn ing' lie was saying: "I went to Death's cell and asked him If tie had any lulatlons with the ghl and " Death Excited. Death Instantly sprang to his feet nnd shouted: "You lie: ou He!" Tils counsel pulled bhn down, anil, after evidence was given by several oihi'i detectives. Death was summoned to the stand He told of his arrest and of n number of questions put to him b the police, but he stepped down fiom the stand without stating what It was he told the polleo. Judge Dixon then admitted the evidence of the po licemen. In which they said Death had confessed. Wllllum Peny, u policeman, told of a diffeient confession mado to him by Death. He suld the young man had st.Ued to him that McAllister hart put tlu ill us Intm the girl's wine glass two or three times. Dr. Cyius Townsend, to whom tho four men took tho glil when they first returned to Paterson, told of his exam ination of tho glil and of his pro nouncing her dead. Tho other wit nesses examined vvero Daniel Mc Shnne, ol the ptosecutor's ofllce, who had possession of tho bottle found by tho dead girl: Dr. William L. Vroom, coroner for Bergen county, who was notified of the discovery of the body and who made nn examination; Tunis Veimeulon, the uudertuker who em balmed the body; Dr. P. W. Todd and Dr. Thurber. of Pntoison, who cor loboruted Dr. Vioom's evidence: Dr. Calvin Ten Iv ouy and D. W. II. New man, who were ptesent nt tho nutop sy; Chief of Police Grnul, Detective! Sergeant John H. Taylor and Detec tives Titus and Lord, who corrobor ated the state menta tlio other ofTlccra made us to the confessions made by Death. PABnOT SAVED THE HOUSE. Shi ill Sluieks of "Fire" Gave Mis tress Timely Warning. Py Kvclu.lto Who from Tho Associated True. New at k, N. J., Jan. in. A parrot'.i timely warning saved the house oj Mis. Myion Hart, of Irvington, from destruction by flro last night. Sirs. Hint went upstairs, leaving "Poll" lit the kitchen. Half an hour later sho heard a shtlll cry of "Klrc, Flro!" At Hi st she thought It wns a Joke, a small boy, who lived neat by, was playing. She went down stairs, however, and, it was lucky she did, for the kitchen lloor In liont of tho stove wns ablaze. On his accustomed petch sat "Poll," shrieking "Flro" nt tho top of bis voice. Mis. Hart e-itlngulshcd tho blaze with a few palls of water. Had she ai lived on the scene a few min utes later the house would have been doomed. EJag Presentation. p Exiltnlte W'im from The soclitfil Press. llarrl-bura-, Jan. 15. Tho II ir carried by Ilia I hat iis.-iinent, N. Ci. P., (Iimuirh tho SpanUli Vmeriian war waa formally turned oter to thn 1.1 tie indat by Colonel Wench II P. Cowln, of Philadclplilt. The standard wan recrited by Cctternor stone, who directed Adjutant General Mettart tn dcpojlt it in tho flag: loom with tha color of the other PennsyltanU iCKlmentJ, WEATHER FORECAST, 4 4- Washington, Jan. 15. I'orccaat for cast- 4 ern Puuuyhanti: liiircalne cloudiness 4 4- and probably l ilu Wednesday afternoon, -. continued, ttaimi noulliirlv tilmU, frroh -f- lo brUk on Hie mad! Ilunwlay clear- - btr . t ttt t t-rtt y .