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BRYAN SPEAKS ON
The Silver Orator Holds Forth at a
Banquet at Wooster,
OP OLD HICKORY
Traits of Character of tho Distin
guished Democrat Arc Discussed.
Lessons Drawn from the life of
the Original Democrat Words of
Comfort for the Boors.
Hi l!clulio Wile from 'Ih" AtMirliWil I'icw.
Wooster. Olilo, .Inn. 0. The Hon.
William J. Hrynn gpoHe hero tonight,
at the Jackson tiny banquet, which was
held this evening, at his signification,
in order that he might keep engage
ments at New Haven and lioston later
In the week. Ills subject was "Stead
fastness," and he said, in pari:
Anions 1 lie Oiits of charadei which di-liiu-liWied
Andrew .lack-on, iu Unit was iiium"
tiriiiiiliirnt u nuir. helpful tn hU countty
Jim his .-teadlaMne-s. When lie Indicted .1 thins.
c bcllotcd it. Wheio ilmy lcit. lie followed
without ii("lioiiiii!r. When lii" decided that ant
ildrijr otisht to hi- done, lie 1I11I ll, .mil no potter
11111I1I tncintc him. Me illd not have in In leim
a .slticrlo (hop of "am thing 10 win" blood. When
Milnilis lliihlle dtt lined Ill.ll tluoilh the Hi"
tlon.il hank he could nuke ami unmake eon
niches .laekfon icpheil that Hut win more
potter than any ore man outrht lo hate in tlili
tnunfr.t anil ne Mien biiran his w.u iiiMinst Piddle
11ml his hank, which resulted In the meitluow
of that crent flu inner and tlie iti-tit nt ion which
lie hi iniloo'atleally controlled. Othei were
iifiald that Middle's tnllucr.i e. If aiiiaeoubcd
would defeat the lleniorralic piny, hut Jark
oii m' in il .1 iiteniie to his ruiinti;- anil lie
did not slop to consider wlial eftii-l an attack
on Ihe liink Mould hate on himself 01 his party,
lie won. nd we lnuc ins 11 line and eelobiatc
Rcnton, in icucwii.p; .leehsou's wmk said, that
m Ckeio otcilhtcu Hie conniiai-v of Catnllna
and Fixed ltome, mi .laihcn otertlnew' tiie hank
and sated Auiciica. We shall oh'eive this day
in iiiin if wo do not cather from (he life of
Jackson inpiintlon and eiicoiuau;enient for ths
wolk which lies hefoie lis. Toda), the Hullo
ualle parly needs lo le.nn fiom the heio of
Nti'v Oilcans tin- le-ain of steadnstiie-i;1 il nerds
In Irani fiom him not only that to lie right is
mure important than to he successful, hut that
to he riccht is the host way to insme suciess.
A Party Must Have Principles.
A pant must hate piinciples or it can hsu
110 claim upon publii tnnlldenie: and how ian
il toinniend lis prineiph- bcttci than hy Ft mil.
inir hy them? Who will hate fullli In (he nerd
of 11 pait) if the pirly -lands read) to hailti
) lt cieed In oscliantrc foi Hie promise f
palionace? lulling, .n rill.itiiicv nurse, not
null fjlU to imile ic'cmit-, hut il alienates and
dihes attar tcteraut.
Aiiolher ie.icn foi .steadfastness is found in lite
fict thai no one can tell until the attempt is
iniif'e whn ob-.lach. coiunire (all oteicomo. Tliu
hold and foul.-- tiiuuiph wlieie the timid 1..I1;
the vietoiies which lir .it'll liirhl in on to
noble deeds aie the tietoiiei suatthed fiom tlie
jails of defrat hi inliepid .spiiits who picfeited
death to iello.it.
There is a piofound pldhv-opl'), as well a.i ,1
lellirlous 1 1 1 it li in tlie woidst "Me inai sititli
his lift' kIliII lo-o It." 'Ihe pair) lint has nu
liliiiur p.npn-e than lo sate its own liie jlll
die bctau-e it dc-.ene-. lo die. if need he, t'ii tin.'
Bike of a groat 1 lilac will live hiciiu-e it de-en is
Who sajs tliat the in aiec power is ouniipcuent
mid that the Dinoi i.itie puty uui"l couipiouii-e
with il or "utmidci to MV N'ot until hiiuiiu ua
tine is rntlie'v (li.iiini'l can tlie lliunchiii hi hi.
mi led willi ihe Ktiaidlaiisliip of the pioihuei. of
wiaitli; nol until uieed heiomes Jud can the
liiouc chii.Kcit, lonstiuit a s,sliu for thd.wtus
wlif ,i will he fall to am one elae. A lip 1.111
he hiljiired upon Hie poiul nnlv when It is In
apicl luoilou, nml nj Ihe giisil finineial aiue-tint-
de.slaned hy Wall -tuel leu Ihe bent III of
Wall .stieel will Maud upiUl.t onlj so Ions -'s
il tan he kept uhhllu:,'; the coIIjmk' will come
when the "hhI is ulackeued.
Who says tiut we launni aifuld lo measuie
tirnsth ttllli the ifie.it monopolies whldi now
niiogantty .is.inue to coutiol Hie ckiniaiu 01 p'dl"
ilea js well as the tldd of luduli.t y Not until
we can xuthci tiood fiuli tmui .111 ivil mo, and
fls (loin tlii-llcs, tan , 1 eeii a piitale mu.i
c.ily tu bimir foiili pihlie bles.liijs. 'He) water
lliat has been pound Into the stocks of out meat
loipoiatioiis has for the luii-t pill been di.iwn
fiom the iiiiiluiltiual utthf". and li dious'ht
t Ii 1 1 Ls sine to follow will teach Hie tanner tho
lueanluK of Ike liu.t J.rtein
Must wti ahainloi, i,c el ctiihnt tiulh tliai
K'lveuuuiPti. ilcilte tlieii ju.i jhhi-is f 10111 the
imitcnt of the ttoicitictly Must we aciept im
pel lallsin a an actompllslied l.at and Join In the
hunt for blood and loncpu!" Our lepulilie iecH
upon i-olid lock iiiid while its pilneliihn am
iriered II eaunol be mVithiowu fiuiu viiliiu or
from without, hut If all paillfj joined ti'neiliiT
tp errrt an eiuplii' 1 pon Ameihiii K.1II. iliey
would build upon ihe iand and ihe edifice couhl
Jiot endiiie. II U a law ditlne In Its oiiKii,
irieal.llhle In Ilk loitu and eli'iiul in Its dur
ation, lliut wrmiKdoInif ulllmilely dc-iio. thi
wrong doer suul u nation oe toiuhiiuliou of na
tion Is stum- cuiiiih In ttade m ielt 1 t-t 1 lion
Valor of the Dutch.
Ilul iii)i- whal no one oliuuld a.uuie und
what 110 one ian pimr tlui leadfasl udlu-ieuei
lo lleiuocralie piinciples would result In ie
jitatcd deleat, is llieie'auy Kasoii why we i-hould
Bhandoii tho.e piinciples and .ulopc 01 hern, or
bate none at all Y Tlio.-e who piefer pritoii faie,
PI' a senile ubjeit'a lot In Ihe daiiiiein of tlie
battlellcld, may (oiiileinii Ihu lloeiu foi luutliiu
hiji uhat tome de.eiliie at a hopeless uriifc-ule
foi Intlrpenili lit e, but Ihoso who can ineisuiu
Ihe mighty Inlhiinie of meat deed., know that
thu kturily Duliliuieii of boulh Miim luie al
ready coiifeiied upon the wuihl u heiiollt lhal
paiuiot, be mea.uiisl hi money, 'Ihclr alor lias
bioujli't ificatcr cciiiiy lo all Ihe lepuhlits of
the iJillij tjie podlej of Hinr dead lute liullt
a huhiaik behind which tho f Wends of llheiiy
will flcht for itntuilei. 'Ihe fuel that lamlan I
ni lus; 11 tvmpelltd to tmploy mole than 'JUO.Oftl
tolditrx to suhjnirate li'.sa IImii i.OUO men In
urpni the faet that Kniiland lui enpendcil niuiii
thill Jl.ttX) per lloeriho per oaplu weallh of
tho United Mate and has upltlirr been able lo
purchase them nor kill llieiu lliese fails aic Im
niMturably aluablo tu people OM'Ouhcre who
want free (toivrnjiieat for tliniisolicii and aie
t mtent thai others jhoiild enjoy H also.
So the Pcmocratlo parly, whiihtr In. power or
rut of power, ii smli'g mankind when It .lands
ilejdfistly for coii.lltutlunal Roieriiiurni ami ju
ti.tl tliat that pokiiiiiuent shall la aOinluiatticd
1 nerd int.- lu Jcneii-onian nu.lui, rual rights tu
ill and spec-Ill prhllcftk to ii'jiie.
BLOODY DUEL AT DERLIN.
Lieutenant Thieme Shoots Student
Through tho Heart.
Il.i Cxrtutlie Wire (rem Toe Associated I'rrs.
Tlprlin, .Inn. 1!. Full unmilivcH of the
duel foiiRlil last Thursday at Julia, in
the Duchy of Saxe-Welniar-Hlsenuch,
In which Lieutenant Tlileine. of tho
Xlncty-foitrth rPBlinent killed 11 hiu
denfof Halle uiilvei'Hlty nanied Held,
hy shootltiir hlin tlirouRh the heart, aie
piodui'lng a deep sonsiitlon throughout
Lleuleiuint Thleine Is the host pistol
shot of his regiment, and pistols were
selected h.v the court of honor, com
posed exclusively of army ofllcers, not
ulthslaiidltiB the fuel that Uu student
societies proposed the use of satires,
The court of honor stipulated that live
shots bu pxchaniTcd between the duel
ists, consequently Held had little
chance 01" csenve. He was hilled at the
third exchange of shots.
The duel resulted from a party of
students having jostled some army
ofllcers in the street. Held was with
the students and he slapped the face
of Lieutenant Thlmo,who was In plain
BEFORE THE TOWN
Bings Fire Bell to Summon People
and Makes Dentist Bead Insult
ing Letter Writer Ostracized.
Be KuliMii" Wire from 'Ihe Associated I'lcs ,
Paoll, Intl., Jan. 0. A sensational
scene was unacted here Saturday
when a young woman, under threat of
horse-whlpplnpr, compelled a dentist to
publicly read an offensive letter he hnd
written her. and to make an apology
to the large crowd which surrounded
him, and finally to piomlf-e to leave
town. Tho man In the case is Dr. C.
D. Driscoll, a man of family. The
woman Is Miss I3va Miller, foimerly 11
resident of Paoll, but now employed
as clerk In a store In the hamh't of
Saltlllo, a few miles north of Paoli.
Driscoll had written Miss Miller a
letter In which he confessed his love
for her and asked that she meet him.
The letter was of an offensive nature.
Miss Miller came to Paoll today., nn.rt
swore out a warran'tToFTiu! arrest of
Driscoll on the eharg-c of horsewhip
ping his wife. She lay In wait for the
return of Driscoll in the marshal's
custody on his way to Jail. She had a
horsewhip concealed In Hip folds of
Dris-coll did not come. Instead he
called 10 his aid a number of friends
and refused lo go to Hip station. Tlie
young woman had the lire alarm boll
ruiig, and the entire town was called
Surrounded by friends she had now
told her story lo. and followed by al
most the entire population. Miss Miller
went to tlie office of Driscoll Intending
theio to horsewhip him. She was de
terred by two revolveis pointed from
the door. Finally Driscoll was induced
to leave his office, under an agreement
that he was not to be horsewhipped.
When Driscoll appeared he was con
fronted by Miss Miller and the town.
Holding the horsewhip In one hand
she extended him his letter in the oth
er, and demanded that lie lead it pub
licly, lie did so, and then admitted
that he wrote it, Theieupon .Miss .Mil
ler compelled Drii-toll to apologize to
her publicly before tlie entile town and
also to the people. The people of the
town now demanded that Driscoll
pack up his effects and leave town
within :!l hours. Finally Driscoll
agreed to leave the city within 110
days, never to leturn,
OWN" THE BOADS.
Supreme Court Decides That Those
Crossing Tracks Cannot Claim
lly Uxiluslw Wile Iiom The Associated I'ros
Philadelphia, .Ian. il. L,e of intense wt,
derided toda.t by tlie Miilim mint, which held
In .1 h'UKth.t opinion Hut 1ailtt.1t touipaules own
Ihe Hacks upon which Hieb tats inn and 1l1.1t
the public In ciosslni; 11111-1 loumlc Ihe iludit of
owutrship ind tniM .t.tcitaln wheihet the tout
pau.t, as die ownrr o the luck, Is idioul to II-"
II, olluiwlse if Iujui.t 1 ulla the coiiipauv 1 an
nul he held liable foi dauuues, 'Ihe ease deeldcd
was Hut c.f Hi" widow of .lohn McC'i.uken, m
I'ittsbuit,', a bie,tillt, nho was Lilliil hv a car
of the ('ousolldaled liaiiimi icinpoiy of Pitts
bun,', wlille alluiiplhs 10 miss ,1 icrl ill
flout ol a 1 a.
Tilt" lfl fslllll, .1111110 llll.ll lIllllL-S, .,t "Ml!"
1 1. 11 ken was hound lo look and listen licfoie
1 losidtur. A bie.tihi is tiit fseiupt Iiom oh
senium Hie taullnii lli.pi'.'i'd 111 He puhlle and lo
hold eiheittbii would be in qlte the bii.tiler a
light lo Ihe li.uk siipiMlor In lhal of ihr railway
collipau.l." .Indue Mll117.11 ili-M'lllid.
Liberty Bell Oft for Charleston,
lit llMluslte W'lie fiom The WOtlateil l'iet.
I'ldl.nMiiiJ. Jan. . The thi Liberie Hell,
aiioinpiultj! by Mami shhhlu,t and an of-
filial tscoil of illj inilni ilnier. and illy do
p. 1111m ill iads, stalled on Its Journey in Hie
(hailestoii imposition at h u'chsik Hds iuniii!u'.
As ihu i'ici al 11. iln lefi ihe IVnn.jh.iul.i uillioad
station 11 salute ot iniiny-uue kiiii. was lived
at I lid LeavUf l-l.11 I uaiy .tank The hill It
stliidtiliA Ie j rule al lh.iilt.loii 'it in ii'ilock
lu'ii 'II n mIi nioinlus,'.
ilew Jersey's Treasurer.
II) (:v.hle Wilt fiom 'Ihe Assodalnl Press.
Tn I. ton, . .1., .Ian. n - llt-Mayor I'lanU (I.
Uilliati ittuiin-d fitni Hie v.'it il.ls iiininlnn and
al li"0t lllid ullli Hie uowinui Ids bond fo.'
Hii,ii i,t uie 1 1 casin 1 1 . I'liu bond wis signed
hy l'liilaimd W. Ito'lilh.i; ued l h.nles it. 11-nb-Hie,
mil ujs appiuii'd lit Ihe uotriuor. Mr.
IIiUicii i'l'ik the oath ol oftiio this afteiiioou and
al vnte tyuuitil thaiKt' of ihe "line.
Boiler Makeis Strike,
11 llxiluie Ire fiom 'Hit- Anoclated 1'irii
lluutln ton. W. V.. Jan. Ik The boilei mak
ers at tl Chesapeake and Ohio show weia ou
stllkc toJ.v. The strlkeu claim Hull all the
boilei m.Oceri Lvtucn' l(ull ami llfiiU11 will
yo out at cuice
SUCCESSOR TO MACLAY.
Navy Yard Historlan-Lnboror's
Place Filled by Cohoos Resident.
!Jy Inclusive Wire from The AKoclittil I'rest.
Washington, Jan. 6. Secretary Long
has appointed John A, Kearney of Co
hoes, X. Y as tho successor to K. S.
Maelay, the historian-laborer at the
New York navy yard 'Who was re
moved hy order of the ptesldent for
his reflections upon Itenr-Adiniral
The ofllce 1st olllclally designated
"special laborer In the department of
supplies and accounts, Navy Yard,
New York," with pay at the rale of
ILM8 per diem. The appointinont reads
"vice K. S. Maelay." and omits nil ref
erence to the manner of that Individ
ual's, departure from the service.
Points Wherein Argentina Consid
ers Herself Aggrieved Have
Been Provided For.
By Extlti'ltc W'iic from '11i;vt;oeiitcd lre.
Buenos Ayres. Jan. li. The declara
tion by Chile relative to the meaning
of the paragraphs of the Yanez-I'or-tella
protocol concerning the policing
of the territory known as I'ltlma ICs
poranza are satisfactory to Argentina.
Insomuch us the points wherein Ar
gentina considered herself aggrieved
by Chile have been provided for the
two governments will approve the par
agraphs In question, thus putting an
end to the claims arising from the Ul
tima F.speranza incident.
Public opinion is satisfied and ex
presses Its approval of the energetic
attitude of the Argentina government.
Valparaiso, Chile. Jan. fi. In reply
ing to an interpellation in the I'liam
ber of Deputies concerning rumors to
the elfect that Argentina had given
Chile 24 hours In which to reply to the
question of police In the Ultima Ks
peranza territory, Senor Yanez. the
Chilian minister of foieign affairs, an
nounced that the dispute btwepn the
two countries was in the same status
today as It was on Dec. 23.
ATTEMPT TO HOLD UP TRAIN.
Robbers Switch Off an Express at
Swanton but Are Foiled.
lit KKclu-ite Wiic fiom The s-aieiated Press.
Cumb-irlaiiil. Sid.. Jan. 0. A report
was received here this afternoon of a
bold attempt to hold up Baltimore ec
Ohio express train No. 7. bound for
Chicago, which left heie at 11 o'clock
4A,.'.s&v3-t .v w fe
The scene of the attempt was at
Swanton, an Isolated place on the
seventeen mile grade In the Alleghenles
about forty-five miles west ot here.
The operator. M. J. Sarsfield, states
that five men came Into his ofllce, the
operator being alone and no house
near, and offered him candy. Before
he knew it he was knocked Into Insen
sibility, a padded club Ivlng used over
his head. The men then turned a
switch, running the fast (lying train
Into a derailing switch, ued for freight
Tlie quick application of all- pre
vented the train fiom being ditched.
The train crew anticipated trouble and
the armed express ofllcers who protect
trains from hold-ups through the wild
region made suuh a demonstration that
the men rushed into the mountain,
while shots were exchanged. An armed
posse Is now reported to be pursuing
The whole country Is much excited
over this bold affair. The operator te
covered consciousness In a shott time.
SUICIDE BY GAS.
Miss Hannah Cogglns, nn Artist,
Found Dead in Her Apartments,
lit Kclulie Wile ti win Tlie Associated Piis.-,
New York, Jan. U. Miss Hannah II.
Cogglns, nu nitist of some note, said to
be of wealthy and prominent Philadel
phia family connections, was found
dead In her apartments, 011 Fifth ave
nue, lute today. She had committed
suicide by Inhaling gas through a rub
ber tube attached to the gas Jtt.
MIhs Cogglns hud a studio on the sec
ond Moor of the building, which Is oc
cupied principally by young woman ar
tists. But little was known of her
theie. Other tenants hi the building
said she eitme there last October; that
she kept much to herself, and that she
appeared morose and depressed.
That Miss Cogglns was not In finan
cial strnltK was shown hy the fact that
about $80 was found In her purse and
a pass book on the Savings Fund so
ciety of Philadelphia showed 11 deposit
Jersey Central's Dividend.
II) llii'luilic Wire fiuiu The .Wociaied I'res.
et' Yolk, .lap. I'.- The diluHUs of Ihe N'i-w
.leisey feudal iiiilioul lodjy dec land a ipiaiiil)'
die Mend of J pa' 1 till . nu-JliM U4 per mil. at
the list pat Intnl. Pits-hli-ia llii'l, of the Head'
inc.- loiupauy, said lhal he did not tale lo lie. lu
nate I nd.n 's dltiiitud tlet laialion nu Xew .liu-c.t
Initial sltuk as a ipiailellv ilisbiiisemeiil II
Whs Ion rail) as ,tel, he said, In piesrul any fie
mis of eaiuliiKS foi ihe .te.n. The dividend de
ilaitil IckIj), .Mi. Ilaci said, was d.'il.ilcd out of
the laiulliiis of hltt .tear,
Fatal Boarding House Quarrel.
II) lluliulw Wire from Tho Asoilatt'tl I'icsi,
llazlcton, .Ian. il. n a ipuuel line today 01 ei
,1 woman who had won the aAiitlun of both
1.1111, John .M011tx.1t. ujc, .11 d i'ly.tuiiU the
iioirietur of his hoaidlnx hou,-o, Lewis so.
tliaski, as id 27, on Ihu litail with a feiiiu paliii','
ijiblnt; a fuiliiie of Hie skull fiom wliloh Si-iii.i-kl
dlnl this afternoon. .i.iitvc-.n jijc is nip
dor urre'l. j.
Bill Against Flirting,
lly KM.li.tltu Wite fiom The Axfclatrd 'rc-a.
bau,t, .lun. il.-Anient: (lie bills introduced in
lln lotttl ImlL-e u( tho tciclal illlti' lodij was one
by .Vsciiililtiiiaii William ., Ilciiuvl, ( .ew
Yolk, inaklna- il a minium 01101 10 tlhi en a
An Orator Falls Dead..
By l.'schuhe Wiie from The Aisoclatt'd Pitsj
Dtcrelt, Jlass., Jan, u. -t the liuiuuuliuii
ot the'lietf city uoicinuiriit today Hoherf' IJ.t
.Icnkln.s Ml dead while making a J(iifi)i.ji1'cp't-j
liiif the cfilc'i! vl president of the jiaanl c ahler-j
men, l) wHvJi lie lud lffis elciliU. ', j
, u 'e'4
Ministers Have Been Requested to
Keen tlie Leoatlon Guards
MAY SEE THE SHOW
Btiilding3 Along the Line of Parade
Have Been Tendered Them There
Is Much Criticism on Part of Oth
er Foreigners Who Think That the
Court's Return Should Be Ignored.
By 1'Aclusite Wire from The Assoelatnl I'rcu.
Pckln, Jan. 0. The Chinese olllclals
have requested tho ministers of the
powers to keep the legation guards
within their quarters tomorrow. In or
der to prevent tho possibility of a col
lision between the Chinese and foreign
troops on the occasion of the court's
return to Pekin. The ministers will
The families of the foreign diplomats
will occupy tho buildings which the
Chinese government hns tendered them
for the purpose of viewing the parade.
There Is much criticism of this course
among the foreigners, who are not
satisfied with the fact that the minis
ters alone are to remain In the lega
tions. They believe that 'the event
should be completely ignored. They
say that the presence of any members
of the legations will be construed as
being a sort of homage to the court,
and will be thus proclaimed among
Many foreign soldiers and a few olH
cers today violated the government's
request to keep off the streets, which
have been cleaned and decorated for
the royal procession. This Is likely to
Hallroad traffic between Pekln and
Pan Ting Fu. except on the court's
business has been congested since the
arrival of the court at Pan Ting Fu.
Special trains, for two days past, have
been bringing the court's baggage here.
JOURNEY OF LIBERTY BELL.
Patriotic Citizens Along the Route
Viow' the Relic.
B) K.uluslic UTre'fiuiii The Asotinlcd Pie's.
Harrisburg, Pa.. Jan. G. The passage
of the liberty bell through Harrisburg
this morning was marked by no formal
greeting on the part of the city's olll
clals or organizations. Union station,
however, and other points of vantage,
from which tlie precious relic could
be viewed, were crowded. The train
reached here at 10.3Q, and left ten min
utes litter over the Cumberland Valley
lallrond. A delegation of citizens from
Carlisle and other points In the Cum
beiland valley met the train here, as
an escort thiough that region. Tills
will be the llrst time for tlie bell to go
over this historic valley, and prepai
utinns have been made in every town
and hamlet along the route to accord It
a fitting reception. At Scotland, Frank
lin county, the pupils of the Industrial
Training school sang patriotic songs
during the five minutes wait.
They also presented Mayor Ashbridge
with a large floral emblem.
HugeiHtown. Mil., Jan. U. The liberty
bell was given a royal welcome here by
the mayor, city offleliils and nearly the
entire population this afternoon. A con
spicuous and Inspiring feature of the
reception accorded the old relic was the
presence of two thousand school chil
dren, who sang "Ameiien" and other
patriotic songs as the tialn lolled into
the Cumberland valley depot.
From Hairlsburg," which was the
first stop of the liberty bell on its
Journey to Charleston, the run thiough
Cumberland Valley was a seiles of re
markable ovations, Great ciowds
greeted the relic at Jlechanlcsburg and
Carlisle, where the boys and girls of
the Indian school turned out; at New
vllle, Shlppenshurg and Scotland,
where the children of tho soldiers or
phan school saluted; Chambersburg
and Green Castle.
At llngorstown. Mil,, the reception
was a splendid tribute, all the school
children In the city having been
massed about the station with brass
bands aiding In the noisy greeting,
The sons of Confederate veterans act
ed as a guard while the train stopped
at Shepherdstown, IV. Vu and several
fine speeches were made. Chtirlestown
turned out another big crowd and tho
enthuslusni was continued at Berry
I.uray gave the bell and escort hear
ty greeting and hundreds viewed the
relic while most of the Philadelphia
olllclals In tho paity made a tour of
the famous caverns,
Tomorrow the hel will slop at sev
eral points ill Tennessee.
Absoibed by the Pennsylvania.
II) i:tllliite Wile limn The sMicilod 1'les.s,
I'aikei.huiir, W. V. 1.. dan, ). Il is unnoiieeil
hne toda) Hill the West Vlixlllli teiiual and
I'lttshuiy ai.d Ihe I'lnii-thanhi Itailioad mm
paides hate .liiiml upon leinis tihili'by the
pioptliy of the We.si Vimini.i 1'iiiiul will piss
lulu Ihe hands of the I'eni.s.tltanl.i for a eon
sldeiallon of (fll.rt'l.wm. Tin sale uas nui hem
Alfred Ayers Surrenders.
Hy Kti'lushe Wire hum The Vi.nctaled 1'ree.s.
Monliral. line,, dun. u. Sertteint'Deteiliics
Homier iinil Deterv left here loiilgli for llroi k
l.tu wt!i Allud Atn'. Hn 1 mum man who dlt
ippeaied with i2,UtKI in cold ttoia Hie I'nlou
bank, of lliookbu. tt's decided to j;it up Ida
nulii uif ihist I'Miauition.
uy. Ihuliuivo Wire from The Associated i'rew.
'(.Iivrliouig, .Ian. U.-Ballicj: Aiumtt! Vie;
ilnrU (fjoui llumliuiK and houtliampton), Xew
Yyik. I.i.ard l'as('d: Mateudain, , Xctv York
.for .ltotu iiluiu. '. . '
1iC.ird, Jan. cl.-l'Jsjjd: J'hwuica, New Yolk'
tir llambmc;. , ,.4
General Rlern. and Troops Leave on
By lltctiulto Wire from The Attoilatcil 1'rcn.s.
Wlllcttistnil. Island of Curacoa, Jan.
fi. Lnle today It became dellnltely
known that nciteinl Itlera, the Vene
zuelan Insurgent leader, and all tin;
other Insurgents who had assembled
here, embarked on hoard the steamer
Llbcrtndor during the night and land
ed on the Venezuelan soil this morning
near Vein de Ooro with arms and am
munition. It Is reported here this afternoon that
the Llbertador has captured the Vene
zuelan gunboat Kumbudor.
Question of Arbitration Will Be De
termined One Way or tlie Other
Today at City of Mexico.
By liTtluslte Wire from The Associated Vrtsi.
.Mexico City, Jan. C It ls thought
now that tho arbitration question in
the Pan-American conference will be
determined one way or the other, either
tomorrow or AVednesday. Whether or
not the solution will be the disruption
of the conference will denend on
whether the delegations who favor
compulsory arbitration will accept ;i
compromise measure; to be offered to
them tomorrow on lines suggested by
W. J. Buchanan, of the United States
delegation. The Mexican delegation,
however, will present the compromise.
This afternoon some of the extreme
advocates of compulsory arbitration
were somewhat afraid of tho defection
of the Mexicans, and hh a matter of
fact It is almos.t certain that the com
promise to be offered by the Mexicans
will Involve some modification of their
It Is pointed out that when the Mexi
can delegation proposed a plan where
by all the delegations were to apply
for admittance to The Hague confer
ence, while those favoring compulsory
arbitration were to sign un agreement
among themselves embodying that
principle, they were under the Impies
slon that this solution was agreeable
to all the delegations. Including the
Chileans. The Chileans say they were
never agreeable to this compromise.
The Mexicans, therefore, feel that as
the compromise was suggested under
;m erroneous Impression on the part of
Chile, it Is Incumbent on them now to
suggest some other plan, with the hope
that, It will be agreeable to all. The
ten delegations favoring compulsory
arbitration are determined lo bring the
mutter to an Issue this week.
INCREASE AT PHILADELPHIA.
Pennsylvania Announces Advance
B.t IXclll-ite Wile fiom The Associated l'ie.-s.
Philadelphia, Jan. 0. The Pennsyl
vania Kallroad company today an
nounced to Its tialu and yard men
that, with few exceptions, their wages
had been adjusted to date from Janu
ary 1. This notice means an Increase
in most Instances. The increase will
require the payment of several hun
dred thousand dollars a month moie
than is now paid on the scale.
For several weeks the ofllcers of the
company have been engaged In making
comparisons of wages paid to the vari
ous train crews and on the different
divisions. It was learned that theie
was a great diversity In the amounts
paid, and while It was thought a few
received too much, It was decided not
to make any reduction, but to adjust
the wages paid to the rest of the men
on the high basis. The Pennsylvania,
itailioad company has about 07,000 men
In Its employ on the lines east of Pitts
burg and Krle. This army Is divided
Into clerks, trainmen, yardmen and
shop men. Only the adjusting of the
wages of the train crews and yard men
were tuken tit), and it Is said the
change will affect at least 80,uoi) men.
As to how1 much the Increase will be,
the company's olllclals were reticent.
NATIONAL GUARD ORDERS.
The Spring Inspection Will Be Held
Between Feb. 1 and May 5.
Be Inclusive Wiie from The AswiUtetl Tie.,..
HuuMiuiir, 'Ian. ll. -Ilcnetal oideis "tele is
sued toda) fiom Ihu headuuartrrs of ih Na
tional Oiuid of I'l-mis.tlianla announi iuic Hut
at the spiim; ili.petlion, width will be hi Id he
If, 11 n i'cbniaiy I and -May !'. Hie attlllei) will
be inspected by t'ulniftl Mirlden I'mtel, chiif
of uiilnanic; ihe caiuli)' by Colonel .lohn I'.
Penney, ditisioii Insptrloi, and Ihe infantry by
the hiltfJile liispei tori. Tlie naval lone will be
inspected by Colonel 1'raul; (I, snieuey, lnspe.
Al Ihiw iin-peeuous the .iiuiiulatioiis will be
paiadtil b.i battel), Hoop and loinpaiit lu stale
niiifoiin, li!lit muiihttu; mdei, without leuliii.
DEATHS OF A DAY.
II) i:eluite Hire flow Th" .Woiialed 1'iesi.
Wa.liiUKlnu, .Ian, (!. IMtvjid Mail., the an lil
ted of tlie tapllol, died lien- lod.iy of ratjllllll
pneumonia. He had lurii In falllnu healih fir
scteial jcais. Mi. CI, it I; caiuu from Pidlad-b
phl.l and entiled upon Ids duties as lapilul alchi
tut In ldili. He was T tiai of aue.
N'etv Yolk, dan. il.--Joseph llukn, nt linn
fauilliaily known anion,- ttnaiutais a "lloi.wl
Joe," died loday at liln leddiiicu line, lie itas
bom 111 lei!. Ill the 'o0" he was a nolo looker
III this city and In. .line an iuuuisle of ( oiilliio.
dore Yainhihlll, who uate him ids iilekuaiiie.
He was a illiaini of the old Hudson llltei' tall"
load, 01 the N'etv Vuk (Vidial and al one lime
of the W'e.leru I'nloii Telcijiapli iniiipan.t. il
lost heath) in the panit ot 7l lie oiiie mined
.Maud c, pi) mi,' mii,iiuj fur hit.
Mouni Morils, V V., Jan. 11. - llli.m, P. Mill.,
nui- of Hit olde-t hi nl, piesldent.i in Hu- I ullcd
Sulci, died suddenly lieio toda). He leli'hialrd
hit nlnety-aivlli hluhday oil T'tiursdj) last and
ilar.tid with the company, Ho tlufUil ids sou,
Chailtt, tthi) is M eju old, for nulltlnt' the
italic ii hefoie lie did, Mr Hills had btcti pi"il
dent of tint (iinetio lllio- National bank mil
linuniisly since lis fuimation In lWi. lie was
one of llw t'lijliuc'lii of llio old Ih'nesee Vallev
c'uiial and helped li.t the tulli of the llisl lall
road In tit ecu Albany and Scneiitctaii).
New York, .Ian, ,0 llauy Annell Nniih, a well
known aviur tor many jeais Icadini: nun wHi
ihe late Itolaiid' ltt-c.il, iliid today al ITuslnnf,
Norwich, Conn., Jan. ,t--llou. lu (i. Ilrlgu'i,
lonir a, prominent, col I on niamtfaclurri In I'vii.
nt'ttlvut and lljiodc bland, died, at hit home in
Vylunto'un thU'etcnlntr at the age ot 41.
! '. . '. "
IS ARGUED UPON
MAYOR LOW'S MESSAGE.
It Is Brief, and Treats Upon the
Subject of Blackmail.
Hy Kxohnlvi" Wire from The Ajoelatd Press.
New York, Jan. 0. Mayor Low sent
his first message to the board of alder
men today. It was brief, and the only
subject treated of was blackmail In the
civil administration, In the stumping
out of which he said he desired the co
operation of the people of tho city.
"If during tile next two years," the
message says, "any citizen or any em
ploye of the city pays money Illegiti
mately, either to nvold Injury or in
convenience or to secure his rights, he
will do It because he wonts to and not
because he must. Nd one, from thd
largest corporation to the poorest boot
black, need pay one dime for protec
tion from harm, or to secure Just treat
ment at the hands ot the city govern
ment. No laborer or other employe need
part with one cent of his s.tlary to any
one, either In or out of the city gov
ernment. Anyone asked to make an
Improper payment for any purpose has
only to report tho fact to the mayor to
be sure or protection and redress. With
the co-operation of the citizens and of
the city employes, the whole foul sys
tem can be broken up."
Senator Lodge Will Introduce a
Measure for Temporal y
II) Ktclusite Wire film The Associated Priu.
Vashlngton. Jan. 6. Senator Lodge,
chairman of the committee on the
Philippines, tomorrow will introduce a
bill for a temporary government of
the Philippines drafted after many
consultations with war department of
ficials directly Interested in insular
affairs and the government of the
Philippines. The bill does not attempt
to establish a new form of government
In the Philippines, but confirms the ac
tion ot President McKlnley In creating
n commission and ratifies the acts of
that commission under the Instructions
of the president dated April 7, 1900.
It also gives the president authority
while there Is armed resistance In any
part ot the Islands to tlie United
States lo regulate and control Inter
island commerce. .
ON THE PLATFORM.
He Entertains an Omaha Audience
with an Address on Africa.
Py Kulushe Wire fiom Hie Associated 1'rea.s.
Omaha, Neb., Jan. C Webster Davis,
of Kansas City, addressed a large and
enthusiastic audience tonight on con
ditions in South Africa. He explained
what ls being done In, this country by
Boer sympathizers and said they ex
pected soon to ask congress to act In
"President Roosevelt." he said, "can
do nothing of his own accord to bring
the Boer war to an end. The only way
he can act Is through congress, and
we are now preparing a petition 10
that body, which will. In a short time,
have one million slgneis. The petition
will ask It to extfend sympathy of this
country to the two lepubllcs.
"1 have permanently retired fiom
politics. From now on I will devote
myself lo literature and speaking.
"In traveling over the country X have
become convinced that a majority tf
the people, and I believe the senators
and representative are In favor of
action favorable to the Boer cause."
SUPREME COURT MEETS.
Decisions of Interest in This Section
Handed Dov' atesterday.
Uy I:c1ik1ic Wire fiom The An-oolated Picu.
Philadelphia, Jan, fl. Tin stale Mipitme touit
toiitencd, ill this eitt toda) loi ,i exlon ot
Iwentv-siv we-ks. Iniiiieulately after tin open
iuit of the 1 mil I Ihe iniiimlKdnu ivard Id 'im
floor Mono lu .lu-tlce W. P. Poller, id Alio
kii,V muni), who was H'letted at Ihe Nowuibci
election for a lenu of Ittcnti-oue .teals was
lead. The fulloiilnir wrie anioiic I In- decisions
"letcij'Oii w, The Kbeit.de I ii.il 1 cnup my, it
al. (I1. P. Luzerne): jiidiiuriil. leicru'd and
tinllt" taelas de nolo .maided.
llanei' at al. ts, the hiLSituihirin.i Coal lont
piny l P. I.wsi'ilii")! Judijiiinil letet'tu with
t tinlie tai las ill nolo.
lit i;.Uin!n" Wire fiom Tlie Aorlatcd Press.
New Yoik. dan. Ik -The JViound bull be
tween Teiiy Mclioiem und Pato Millltan will
take plate hi fore the .Southern Alhlctit; iluh, of
boulsiille, l') on the atleinoon of rebnuty '--'
Ou behalf of Ihe club, Tim llt'lsl inei Hit" men
with ll.t'ii' manaueis, -am Harris and Tom
M:aike), tuik.f and tie) 1.1111c lu 11 sitl.tauoi.t
aaionncut. Tlie louohloiis of Hip match .lie
ttteutv-llit' lounds ai I'M pound., weigh lu al 10
ii'ilock I'i'IiIhm) il. Tin purr iittuid and
aijiied upon is M per leiu. of tint uriw, 11
tclpis, tu be dlthled as follow.: ."Ittj-nti" Vit
1 rin, ti) tlie winner and .'ll per inn, m Hi his.-i.
Tim hurst It In atl as itfeiie.
lly i:thislic Whe fiom The V.roclated Piess,
( luin.hitl, (., .I.111 H.- Mieilrt 'latloi and .1
snuail vf polite weie o'i hand a1 lue bhe.t tli"
It tit club tmiliriil li? t lhal Ihe u.iUr nl (!ov.
ellioi .'nh, ftirliltlillns the !-i luei k-IViupIr tiaht
was obl'.tcd. The iiuimkh of do: 1 lull lhre"
upon lit tl-1 ed Ihe fluhl oh indfiiulli'lt.
Ptesent for Retiring Judge.
Hy I'Ailuthc Wiie tiuiu The 'oclaltsl PicsS.
llheiisbiui,-, Pa., .lun, . -ITauils .1. l)'( uiiuor,
Deiuotiiil, t.iH swoiii in as pie.lilem judife of
Cumbria count) lvd.it hefoie the laiKtid iiowd
etc 1 seen al one (line in the cotut home, I poll
trilling Ihe Caiuhiai I ounty liar aisotlation pie
bin led .fudie llitkir with a liaudsoim; itold uattli.
No News of a Hold-Up.
Uy lclmlve Wire from The Associated I'rtM.
Illllluioie, Md., Jan. (I. lllltltnoie and Ohio
ofiulala here claim lu knotv nothlus of the ie
porlrd 11 1 tempt lo hold ui Ihe't'liicjEo cspresa
west ol umhtrlind, Md., latt night.
The Pacific Goast Gonoressmei.
Have ndoptctl an Orlolnal
TO BAR MONGOLIANS
FROM THE COUNTRY
Chinese from Hawaii and the Phil
ippines Will Not Be Allowed to
Land Another Schley Resolution
Introduced in tho House of Repre
sentatives An Anti-Anarchist
Bill Measure to Restrict Immi
gration An Adjournment Out oil
Respect to Late Senator Sewall.
lit nxclusite Wire from Ihe Associated I'rtM.
Wushlnglon, Jan.. C Congress recon
vened today after the hol'lduy recess of,
more than two weeks, but no business
was transacted on account of the re
cent death of Senator "William J. Sewall,
of New Jersey.
Both branches adopted resolutions of
sorrow, and as a. further mark of re
spect to Mr. Sewall's memory adjournrd
until tomorrow. -
The Pacific coast members of con
gress have agreed upon a Chinese ex
clusion bill. It contains over ton pages
and is dtawn so as to absolutely pre
vent Chinese from coming to this coun
try save officials and those who are
already here. Certification and regis
tration are provided, and the most rigid
inspection compelled. Transportation
companies are made responsible for
bringing Chinese to this country not
entitled to entry. Chinese in Hawaii,
the Philippines and Porto Hlco are not
allowed to enter the United States, nor
are Chinese allowed to enter these
islands. The bill does not limit itself
to any term of years, as did the Geary
Another Schley lesolutlon was Intro
duced in the house 'toaay by Represen
tative Schirm, of Maryland. It pro
vides nn appropriation of $12,000 for
bronae tablets commemorating six
great naval victories, beginning with
those of John Paul Jones In 170T and
closing with the battle of Santiago bay,
"Commodore Wiufield Scott Schley
commnndlnn" In 18!l8.
A bill lestricting Immigration was
introduced today by Representative
Dalzell, of Pennsylvania. It materially
increases the disabilities to alien Im
migrants, Among those It excludes are
"persons who have been engaged In any
plot against any government or any of
Its ofllcers, or who are anarchists, po
lgamlsts, nihilists 01 members of any
secret society whose constitution or
compact Is contrary to the constitution
of the United States,"
Representative! Orosvenor, of Ohio,
today Introduced an antf-anarchlst bill.
It is similar to other measures on this
subject, except that the death penally
is provided for criminal assaults ou an
olllcer of the government, without spe
cifically designating the president itr
tlie one assaulted,
MURDER AND SUICIDE.
Homer Neff Shoots His Rival and
Sweetheart and Himself.
Uy llxcliulte W ire from The Associated Pre5.
AVest Union, lowu, Jan. C Homer M.
Neff, county surveyor- and former
county clerk, today shot and Instantly
killed .Miss Rose Falls, wounded Kin
met Sullivan, his rival, and then killed
himself. The deed was committed at
a hotel. Sullivan was calling upon the
gill when Neff suddenly appeared In
the doorway and fired live shots (n
rapid succession. Four of the shots
took effect, two entered the girl's head
and Sullivan was stiuek In the face,
lie will recover.
Neff then went to his room, locked
the door and reloading the revolver,
shot himself In the temple, death being
Instantaneous. Nelf has lived here
the greater part of his' life. Ho wn,s
about 45 years old.' He bore an excel,
First Marriage Under New Law.
U) J'xiluihe ir fiom The Aisoelaltd Press.
.New Yoik. Jan. il. The flint couiracl nuuUi;
uiiilei the ihw Weeks law was filed with the illy '
ilerk today. This lonliacl certificate Is an asiee
mint bclitciii 1'ian Tripko and ITida llllser fo
lite toKelhei as man and wife, and under Hie
inw law any cuntiact sluntd by the lonlradiri:
pilllcs, wllin.-!il b.t a iiiuiini-sloufi nt deeds,
and tiled with Ihe ell.f cleik w Willi "lie muiilli
Iheiiof, nol only It-Kuliu Ihe inaiilajfe bill tin
plotted) as well.
Decision Against Oleo,
lit i:ilusitp Mint fiom Tin" Associated Press.
Wa.hlnnloii, Ian. 11. IT lie United Mates su
puuie couil loila) 101. Iinned Hie Judgment ot Hie
Ohio Mipienu 1 mil I In the tasn ol the Capital
lily Dili) lompaiy is, the Mate of Ohio, In
tolilui: the valltlil.t of Ohio Matulcs rt'ulali.t.
thij inanufatiuic ui'd sale nt oleomaiftarlue. Th
cae was decided in fator of Hie slate ou tli
t-iomtd thai Hie ulevniattrarlne statutes aie a, -ip
Local data for .lanuaiy , 190!;
Illahest leiuprialuic , ."IT ilcyrvrs)
laittest lempeialtnu ,,..,.,,.,,,, la degleci
ha. m. , ,. ,, 8(1 per tfiil,
h p. in ,,. ,,1 per lent.
Precipitation, -.'I nouns ended S p. lu., none.
t -tf -f -H'
-f WEATHER rOREOAST, -f
s- ' Washiiigtein, Jan. !. Forecast for Tum-
4- day and Wednesday:' Kateiii Pi'iinyl- -f-
4- Mfiiia, .fair in south, partly cloudy in
-f- north portion Tuesday and Wednesday; --
-f- light south winds. --
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