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SOKANTOIN", TA., TUESDAY MOHN.LN'Gr, PEJJ31UAIIY 9, 1807.
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lbft ovmt our regular
FALL AND WINTER SELLING
IN OUR CLOAK DEPARTMENT,
Got Rid of.
WE NO LONGER QUOTE
PRICES, BUT WILL CLEAN
THE ENTIRE LOj5.
Fart of flie Lot,
Q)r Stogie Garmeats
AT LESS THAN COST Or MAK
ING THIS 13
A New Feature
Ii Cloak Selling
BUT WE ARE THOROUGHLY IN
EARNEST AND WILL ,
out within the next ten
Cays, no matter what the
sacrifice to us may be.
The PI mi oder c
FOR NEXT SEASON. YOTJ
NEVER HAD SUCH AN OPPOR
TUNITY AS THE PRESENT.
THIS IS POSITIVELY THE LAST
CALL OF THE SEASON ON
THESE GOODS, AND PRICES
WILL NEVER REACH THE
SAME LOW POINT AGAIN,
THAT IS CERTAIN.
MEETS IN A CHURCH
Both Branches Are Provided Willi Com.
FLOOD OF BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS
Discussion Over the Now Capitol
Cuues Somu HiUurnuss"-Mr. Gobln
Insinuates That Somu Uno Has
licuti Hearing False Witnc5s--IHIIs
Introduced in .Senate and House.
JHonsuros Passed I'inallj.
Hnirisburg, Pa. Fob, S The senate
was culled to older In the Sunday
school room of Giace Methodist chuich
at D o'clock this evening by Piesldent
Pio Tem McCanel. Immediately af
ter the call to order Senator 13. U.
Mitchell, of Bindlord, who has been
detained at his home since the opening
of the session by nines'?, was swoin In
by Judge McPheison, of the Dauphin
The room In which the senate met Is
on the second lluor and Is the main
Sunday school t oom of the Giace
Methodist church. It Is well adapted
for the sessions of the upper blanch.
It Is well lighted and numeious laige
windows afTuid ample means for mjh
tilatlon. As titled, up by the board of
public buildings and giounds, It con
tains tempoiaiy pine desks and the
chairs used In the session of 1893. Lieu
tenant Goeinor Ljons' desk Is on an
elevated plntfoim in the west end of
the loom. Dlieetly, In ft out of the
piesldent's desk aie the desks of Chief,!
uieuc wmiley and Cleiks Rhey and
Kelty. On his light Is the cloak room
and to the left the senate postofllco.
In the tear Is an elevated platfonn
fitted with chairs for visitors. The
senutoi's desks are In an enclosure,
sepai ated ftoin the spectatois' gallety
by a railing. Message Clerk Crage
has a desk to the tight of Journal Clot k
Rhey, near the door leading to the
tianscribing clerk's loom. There ate
plenty of electile lights. The accom
modations for the newspaper men nre
In keeping with those given the cleiks.
Long befoie the hour appointed for the
call to older the loom was crowded
with spectatois, who temained
tluoughout the session.
The following bills wete lead in
By Mr. Osboutne To authoilzo the
ttansfet of stock and bonds ot convolu
tions and the tecelpt of dividends und
Inteiest thereon by petsons 1J jeais of
uf,e and over.
By Mr. Mitchell, Jeffeison Authoilz
Ing the governor to appoint a commission
to adopt, edit or compile a unlfoim setios
of tOt books to be used In the common
schools of this commonwealth and pio
vldlng the method of acquit Ing the light
to Issue und sell the same and the man
nei and time of Intioduclng the same In
paid schools and i emulating the pi luting
and publishing theieof.
Hi .Mi. Heitzler Authotlzlng and dliect
Ing the county commlsslonus ol the scv
eial counties of the state to take, main
tain and assume contiol of township
bridges over thlity teet In length, provid
ing foi the icbulldlng of anj bildes
which ma be desttojed and the building
of new Inldges.
B Mi Mitchell, Bradford To regulate
the location of burial giounds owned by
cemeteiy companies and giantlng such
companies the light to ucciulie the ground
foi builal pmposes by adveise pioeeed
ings. Bj Mr. Blown, Philadelphia Appropri
ating $U,n00 to St. Luke's hospital, Phila
delphia. By Mr. Giady Regulating and making
cei tilled copies of lecords and transcilpts
of pioceedings before magistrates, Justices
of 'u , peace, aldermen, buigesses and
c.i jf Inferior Jurisdiction, evidence in
com . of iccoid; making It a misdemea
nor for pel sons to obtain or attempt to
obtain positions of trust or solicit by
fiaud, mlsiepiesentatlon, and piovldlng a
penalty foi the same.
By Mr. Brown, Lawrence Relating to
municipal claims and liens and pioceed
After .the reading of hills In place
Mi. Giady, after making an explana
tion in which he disclaimed any le
Ilectlon on the governor in the matter
of selecting architects, for the submis
sion of plans for a new capltol build
ing, moved that the vote on the Bald
win resolution, by which the lesolutlon
was amended and passed, be leconsld
ered. Mr. Kauffman, Lancaster, op
posed It, and said that the motion to
reconsider would thiovv suspicion on
the matter. He hoped the motion
would not pievall, but It was adopted
Then Mr. Thomas moved to strike out
the woids "by adveitlsement." On
ttis Mr. Kauffman demanded the call
of the yeas and nays, which lesulted,
yeas 31, nays 9. The lesolutlon Is now
in the shape It came fiom the house
otlglnally, and that body will be In
formed that the senate has concuired
In the resolution. In connection with
the resolution Mr. Gobln said that any
statement made that he hud paitlcl
pated in any caucus on the measuie
was a deliberate falsehood. He de
nounced those persons who pietended
to see a Job in eveiythlng, and asseit
ed they wer.e usually the people who
awaited a shaie In anything that
BILLS PASSED FINALLY.
These bills passed finally:
An act amending the act relating to luna
tics und habitual drunkards "so as to
piovlde for an issue and a. Jury tilul in all
cases if demanded, to deteimine tho
soundness of mind or the leformatlon and
habitual soberness of every pel son by
Inquisition leturned found a lunutlc or
habltuul drunkard conflimed, detained oi
under any restialnt us such In any county
of the commonwealth and far lestorlng
to every such peison his liberty nnd piop
eity If the Issue bo determined In his fa
vor. An act amendatoiy of tho act ot 1S74 ex
tending tho power of tho seveial couits of
the commonwealth to appoint election of
ficers in cei tain cases. An act requiring
the recoider of deeds of the several coun
ties of the commonwealth to ascertain and
record tho names, residences and address
es of mortgagees or assignees of mort
gagees and repealing all acts or part of
acts Inconsistent theiowlth.
An act to authorize the courts of quar
ter sessions to declare tho seats of coun
cllmen In boroughs vacant when they lull
to organize foi ten days after tho begin
ning of their term and to 1111 the vacan
cies so made.
The senate refused to concur In two
resolutions which had for their
purpose the Investigation of an alleged
change In the Baldwin resolution and
the appointment of a commission to
draft a bill for the election of a new
The house met at 9 o'clock tonight In
the main nudltoilum ot Grace Method
ist church, which has been tr.ans
foimcd since last Wednesday Into1 a
splendid legislative hall. Under the
dliect supervision of Uoveinor Hast
ings the necessary changes have been
pushed foi w aid, and when Speaker
Boyei's gavel fell tonight theie was
little to be deslied. Owing to tne non
ariival of tho desks oi doled, tempoi
aiy pine desks weio placed in the
chinch nnd the meinbeis weio all In
their places. The galleiles of the
chuich weie crowded and the proceed
ings weie watched with much Interest.
The great oigan was boxed up and
covered with a Inrgo cloth to protect
It duilng the next two or thtee yeais
f i om dust. Chaplain Sangiess In his
ptajer, refeired to the hall which had
been gi anted through the generosity
of the Giace Methodist congiejjatlon
nnd Invoked the divine blessing on the
meinbeis in theii new home.
BILLS READ IN PLACE,
Among the hills lead In place were
Mr. Bliss, Delaware To piovlde addi
tional revenue by taxation for lb'J7, 1M)S
und 1899. It piovldes for one mill on euch
dollar of the value of all personal piopei ty
except public loans; ono mill on capital
stock; also one mill on all gioss lecelpts;
two pel cent, on gioss pieniiums of Insur
ance companies; one mill on actual value
of all shares of banks, saving Institutions
und national banks; one per cent, on all
annual net earnings or Incomes, $1 on
eveiy bundled of collate! al lnheiltunce.
It piovldes that this act shall continue In
forco only until Jan, 1, 1900
Thete was a deluge of res61utIons.
Mr. Stewart, Philadelphia, olfeied one
piovldlng for the equipment of Giace
chuich with chemical Ale- extinguish
es. Agieed to.
Mr. McWhlnney, Allegheny, got In one
authorizing the placing of a ll.ig on the
Mr. Williams, Bedford, succeeded In
having a lesolutlon adopted loquirlng
tho use of Pennsylvania mateilals In
the constiuctlon of the new capltol and
the employment of naturalized Ameii
can citizens on the woik.
Mr. Long, Yoik, asked and was given
permission on behalf of the funeial
committee, to prepaie suitable lesolu
tlons on the death of RopiesenUUivo
Cook, of Fulton.
Mr. Vooihees, Philadelphia, offeied
a lesolutlon which was adopted piovld
lng for a committee of investigation,
tvv o of the senate and tin ee of the house
to Inqulie Into the changing of the house
lesolutlon authoiizlng the governor to
piocuie plans for the new capltol.
Mr. Keator, of Philadelphia, offered a
lesolutlon constituting the boaid of
public buildings and grounds, In con
nection with the senate and house
standing committees on building and
giounds, a commission to diaft a bill
for the election of a new capltol. Agreed
The house cpncuired In the senate
resolution thanking the congiegatlon of
Grace chuich foi the use of the chuich.
1 IT HAS NO EXISTENCE.
Judge I'ciiii) packet Kales Against tho
Philadelphia, Feb. S. Judge Penny
packei in the common pleas court today
lendeied a decision deciding that the
MoKlnley-CltUens paity of this city
(the Quay wing of the Republican pai
t) has no existence. The Judge after
stating that tho MeKlnley citizens
movement oiiglnated at a meeting of
citizens on Sept. 29, 189(1, w hen Alexan
der Ciow, jr., was nominated for shei
ift, declaies that It was "no pai t of their
pin pose or plan to oiganize a now
Tho couit fuither decided, however,
that the nominees of the Quay taction
In the Fifteenth waul, which element
is In the majoiity theie, aie. the legu
lar Republican candidates. The deci
sion will have an Impoitant beuilng on
the city election next wc.uk, as It will
affect 17 of the 37 waids.
Nit New Trial for Johnston.
New Bloomlleld, I'a , Feb. S William
N. Selbeit, counsel for Dr. Thomas 1.
Johnston, who was convicted at the re
cent tenn of couit here ot tnuidei in the
second degree for killing Dr. Geotge S
Henty, today notified the distiict attorney
that the motion for a new tilal foi Johns
ton had been withdrawn. Johubtou will
piobably bo sentenced at an adjourned
turn of court to bo held on Feb. S.
Asks 810,000 Damages.
Towanda, Feb 8. Distiict Attorney
James M McCollom, of Tioj, jestenlaj
began suit for $10,000 damages against tho
Lehigh Valley Itallioad company for al
leged Injuiies. Mi. McCollom claims that
when alighting fiom a tialn at the To
wanda station lust September he fell over
a pile of tools and lecelved spialns and
injuiies fiom which he has not et iccov
Van alUeiiliiirg's Case.
Pottsvllle, Pa Feb 8. Tile aigument in
tho motion to quash tho indictment chaig
ing B A. Van Valkcnbuig with attempt
ing to bilbo Hepiesentutlve Weiss to vote
for Hon John Wunamakei tor United
States seuatoi was continued fiom today
to next week at the tequest of e-Stale
Attorney Geneial I'almei and ex-Ulstilct
Attorney Lenahan, of WHUes-li me, who
aie engaged by the commonwealth.
"nil Time at Homestead.
Pittsbuig, Feb 8 The Homestead Steel
woiks, tho Edgar Thomson blast furnaces
and steel woiks and Duquesne Steel works
iesumed In full lu all departments last
evening. Tho Westlngliouso Rlectllc
vvotlcs iesumed in full today on doublo
time. It had been opeiatlng on half time.
Revival in Iron ami Steel.
Pittsbuig, Pa., Teb. 8 A revival In tho
Iron and steel business Is expected heie.
Prices of steel billets aio about 23 cents
higher than last week und oideis at last
week's figures weio refused 1'lg lion
pilces aio also advancing slightly.
Funds of (he Chester Oiinruntco Co.
llairlsburg, Pa,, Feb 8. The state has
on deposit with the Chester County Uuut
nnteo Trust und Safe Deposit company, of
West Chester, which is In lluanclal dltll
culties, th sum of $C0,000.
Knitting .Mill to Resume.
Troy, N. Y Feb, S.-lt Is leported that
the Victor Knitting mills, at Cohoes,
which has been shut down several weeks,
will resume operations this week, employ
ing 600 hands.
Italian Kcmitoi Dead.
Rome, Feb. 8. Slgnor Galileo Ferraris,
member of the Italian senate, and a well
known electrician. Is dead.
IN SECRET SESSION
The Traditions of the Senate Arc Per.
SENATOR HILL ASKED FOR PUBLICITY
Mr. Slieinian's Diplomatic Appeal for
Soercc) --Clinnccs Tor Ratilicatinn
of the Treaty Aro t!ood--Its Only
Opponents Appear to Ito tho Silver
alun Mho Supported the llrjnu
Washington, Fob. S. By the decisive
vote of 49 to 9 the senate this after
noon, after a discussion of almost two
hours, voted not to consider the genei
al tieaty of ai nitration between the
United States and Great Biltaln with
open doois. Secrecy will be main
tained, and the traditions of the senate
will bo poipetuntod. The discussion
of the day, -tfhlch continued close on
to G o'clock, showed that the rhunces
for the latlfltatlon of the tieaty aie
better than many of Its friends sup
posed. The opposition, slngulaily
enough, appeals to be confined to the
silver men who suppoited the ticket
headed by Mi. Biyun. It Is believed
by the moie sanguine advocates of the
convention that the vote may be
reached befoie the enu or tho week,
but this Is disputed by many, who say
that the debate will be somewhat pio
The proposition for nn open session
was sjippoited in speeches by Senatois
Hill and Stew nit, and antagonized by
Senatois Mills, Hoar, Lodge, Giay,
Moigan and Daniel. Mr. Sherman
mnde nn appeal for a seciet session,
uiglng that theie were special leusons
why the treaty should be considered
In secret. Ho then lead a letter fiom
Secietaiy Olney uiglng that the sen
ul6 in view of Its i ejection of King
Oscar, do not fuither humiliate that
monarch by peimlttlng the criticisms
that might bf made to be made in
public. The letter was shoit but earn
est, although couched in diplomatic
The vote was then taken, with the
result befoie Indicated.
PITTSBURG BICYCLE RACE.
Ten of tho Stnrtcrs m the Six Day
Run Receive a Cood Scud Oil.
Pittsbuig, Pa., Feb. S At 1 o'clock
this afternoon the six-day bicycle laee
began in the Cential link, Penn ave
nue. The attendance was laige, and
the raceis, ten in number, lecelved a
good send-off. The tiack Is twelve laps
to the mile and was In good ( ondltion.
All of the expected contestants except
Harry Madox, of Asbuiy Paik, N. J.,
weie in place at the stait. The list of
staiteis and their lecuids are as fol
lows: Louis Glmm, Cleveland, 180 miles In
24 houis; Fred Foistei, Get man, 1,8.29
miles in 142 houts; Fiank Waller, Gei
many, S71 miles In 49 houis; Geoige Van
Embuigh, Arlington, N. J, 1,401 miles
In 142 houis; Albeit Shock, New Yoik,
1.7SG miles In 142 houis, Chailes Ruck
els, Allegheny, no olllclal lecoid, Geo.
Dench, Pittsbuig, no ofllcial record,
Andiew Johnson, Long Island, no olll
clal recoul; Louis Hall, Philadelphia,
no ofllcial recoul; Clement Tuivllle,
Philadelphia, no olllclal lecoid.
The men will ilde twelve houis each
day, fiom noon to midnight for six
dajs. The iree is under the auspices
of the Inltei national Cycle Racing ns
bociution and is managed by J. C. Ken
nedy and Timothy lluist.
The score In the ince at 12 o'clock
Wallei, 202 miles; Glmm, 01 miles;
Johnson, 115 miles; Denecke, 1S7 miles;
Tuivllle, 17C miles; Shock, 1SS miles;
Fotster, 11 miles; Hall, 182 miles;
Ruckett, ICG miles.
Tax Pavers Object to a Hill of 822, -000
lor Catching a rrimmal.
Altoonu, Pa., Feb. 8. A movement Is
on foot to foim a league among, the
heavier taxpaeis of this clt, whose
duty it will be to investigate the ex
pense connected with the Bonnecka
muider tilal, paiticulaily the bill of
the Bairing & McSweeney detective
agency, of over $22,000. Dr. S. C.
Baker, one of the heaviest tnxpayets
In the county, is the instigatoi of the
movement, and his fiist moves In the
matter have lecelved heaity commen
dation and suppoi t.
Many lumuis of lavish expendltuio
of money In this muider casp have
been afloat for a long time, and despite
the fact that the matter of expense
Is supposed to be public piopeity, no
one has jet been able to get at the flp--uies,
except the amount paid to the
Susquehanna is Rising.
Columbia, Pa., Feb. 8 Tho situation
heie this evening Is tlneuteulng, as tho
water lu the Susquehanna Is Using a foot
an hom . An Ic e goi ge has foi nu d ugalust
tho stono pltrs of tho bildge, which was
destiojed by u tornado last Septembei,
and at the dam and at MeCall's Feuy,
backing up tho water The lumber yuul
and extensive Industilul establishments
along the ilver aio lu great danger of
Drowned in a .Mill Itacp.
Lancaster, I'a., FLb. 8 Tho body of Cy
rus Longneckei was found l-i tho meadows
In Penn township tonight. He lett Man
helm borough fot his homo Satuidav night
and had occasion to cioss a load ubovo a
mill race Tho night was dmk und stonily
and 'the supposition Is that In feeling his
way across tho bildge ho fell Into the nice
nnd was di owned He was 13 j tars of ago,
a bachelor and was worth $30,000.
Correspondent Scovol's Case.
Washington, Feb 8 Consul Genet al Loe
teleginphs the state department that Coi
lespondent Seovel, nuested at Tunas, will
bo brought to Havana, reaching theie Fri
day noxt, und he uppiehends no dllllcul
ty in tho case, It Is thought heie that
Scoyel will be expelled from the Island
after a bilef Imprisonment pending exum
Inution. .Major illcICiuluv 's Pullers.
Canton, O., Feb. 8. Mujor MeKlnley had
120 culleis toduy, and it begins to look ns
if he would have to take measuies to limit
the nunibei, Among them weio Auditor
General Mjlln und State Treasuier Hay
wood, of Pennsylvania, and William II,
Kelfl. of Norrlstown.
MEN OF PROMINENCE.
Prime Minister of England.
IN A STORM AT SEA.
Terrible Experience of the United
States Warships Several of the
Charleston, S. C, Feb. S. Tho United
States warships New Yoik, Maine, Co
lumbia, Amphittlte and Maiblehead,
ai rived olf Chaileston bar this aftei
noon nfter n tenlble expeilence with
the stoim Filday and Satuiday. The
olllceis aie, as usual, unwilling to dis
cuss their expei iences, but It Is known
that both ships and men were In gieat
poi 11. When the Ueet was visited by a
lepiesentatlve of the United Associat
ed Pi esses this afternoon, it was
learnqd that the actual loss consisted
of four lives, eight men serlouslv ln
juied and minor Injuiies to almost all
of the vessels. The battleship Maine
had five of her men oveiboaid, thtee of
them losing their lives. The Marble
head lost ono man killed and five In
juied. The killed on the Maine were
L C. Kogol, appi entice, dashed to
death against tuuets and body lost at
sea; John Brown, seaman, washed
oveiboaid and dt owned, body not le
coveied; A. B. Nelson, pilvate United
States mailnes, washed ovei board and
drowned, body lost.
The Maiblehead lost Ships Carpenter
Stiawhat, who was dashed to death by
the sea. Ills body was saved and
bin led at sea Sunday. Seven of the
caipontois' rang, who were nt woik
on the sea anchoi, weie hulled against
the supei structure of the ship by the
sea and moie or less Injuied.
The New Yoik, the Columbia, the
Amphitrlte and the Maine were off the
coast below Hatteins and about foi tv
miles out, when the stoim began to
gather Filday night.
The ndmlial signalled fiom the New
Yoik, for the ships to stand together.
The stoim was blowing fiom the south
east. It steadily Inci eased duilng the
night nnd the lour ships weie sepai at
ed. So heavily did the New Yoik loll
that the big eight-Inch guns In the tur
lets weie lashed down with heavy haw
seisasa precaution. Duilng the stoim,
a heavy sea l oiled over the stein and
the aft companionvv'ny was Hooded w Ith
water, which went down Into the olll
ceis quaiteis. The pun poits and tor
pedo tubes also let great quantities of
water in. The boatswain William An
deison, while on the foi ward deck was
stiuck fi inn his feet by a sea und In
juied by being dashed aft. Naval
Cadet Castloinan, while on tho forwnid
quaitcr deck a!-o lost his footing and
was about to go over the side when
he managed to seize a life line and save
his life. When the sea wns shipped
astern the sounding nppaiatus was
was knocked to spllnteis and one of
the olllceis neailj dashed over the side
When moinlng came, the Maine was
sighted and spoken. The- battleship, It
Is believed, had the most tijing ex
perience of the Ueet. Filduy night
Appi entice Kozel was struck by a teirl
ble sea and had his life dashed out of
him. Two men Jumped after him as h'"
was being can led away, and they lost
their lives, for they, too, were can led
out Into the mountains of black water.
Chatles Haskell was washed oveiboaid
at the samu time When the four men
went oveiboaul AVilllam J. Cieelman, a
landsman, wns standing on the poop
deck. He s-aw the upturned face of
Kozel floating by. Cieelman dove over
the stein and stiuck out to save
him. In the meantime two life
THE NEWS THIS MOKNINU.
Weather Indications Today;
Clearing; Northerlj Winds.
1 Stato Legislature Meets in Coiufoi table
Tieaty Discussed In Secret Session.
2 National Legislative Doings,
Financial and Commeiclul.
3 (Local) Criminal Couit In Session.
Cases to Bo Heaid Beforo tho Supieino
Stuto Legislative Topics,
5 (Local) School Controllers Get Down
A Model Apaitmout House for Seran
ton. fi (Story) My Comrade Thompson."
7 West Side News nnd Gossip.
S Up and Down the Valley.
buoys had been thrown over. Has
kell got one of them, Blown, Nelson and
Kozel disappeared, and the brave
Cieelman was stiuggllng far fiom the
buoy Intended for him. Haskell saw
him and leached him In time to save
his life. The Maine was brought
around in the storm and a life boat
lovveied. Navnl Cadet Gheiardl was
put In command with six. They
got only , a few yaids fiom the
ship when she was overturned
and seven moie men weie In
the water. The men wete res
cued with life lines, the life boat was
lost, ns was one or more of tho ship's
boats. They weie all torn ftom their
davits by the heavy seas. The Amphi
trlte, Maine, Columbia and Maible
head were sighted In the morning In
the older mentioned. The Marblehead
was laboring heavily and had out her
oil bags Giave fears have been enter
tained for the Amphltilte, but she
lode out the gale and as far as can be
learned, lost "jo lives. On boaid the
Maine a board of Inquiry lepoited on
the loss of three men.
Kxnctly what amount of Injury the
various vessels themselves sustained
during the storm canliot now be stated.
The olllcers say that their ships be
haved splendidly, but It wns evident
even to a casual obseiver that the
vessels had lecelved rough usage at
the hands of the hunlcane. It Is prac
tically cei tain, however, that none of
them have been seriously injuied. It
Is not probable that the manoeuvies
will be seilously Intel feied with or re
taied by the tenlble expeilence
tlnough which the Ueet iiassed.
AUGEE-FLINN LIBEL SUIT.
Malinger of the Commercial fiactte
Locates the Information.
Pittsbuig, Pa., Feb. S. The libel suit
of Senatois Magee and Fllnn, against
the Conimeiclal Gazette, came up for
tilal today. Messis. Magee and Fllnn
weie lunnlng for delegates to the na
tional Republican convention. The
paper chaiged them with making a deal
with Chuliman Hanna wheieby they
weie to support MeKlnley for piesldent
If the Republican chairman would look
after tho campaign expenses In this
county. They both denied this, and en
teied suit forciiminal libel.
Duilng the tilal today the business
manager of the Garotte stated that tho
infoi niatlon on which the aitlcle was
based was lecelved from HIchaid Quay,
son of Senator Quay The ease will go
to tho juiy toinonow.
Verdict Against a Doctor.
New York, Feb 8 Tho trial of the suit
hi ought by Fiedeilck L. Colwell to recover
$30,000 damages fjom Dr. Chailes A. Tin
ker foi the alienation of the affections of
his wife, Genevieve L Colwell, was fin
ished toda). The jut) brought In a ver
dict for the plaintiff foi the full amount
claimed Mr. Colwell chaigcd that his
wife hud been giilltj of Improper conduct
with Di. Tinkci, tho famllj phjslelan.
iS'ew Woili ai Ilulalon.
Hayleton, Feb. S The Jeanesvlllo Iron
woiks hive lecelved an older for new
pumps foi the Delaware and Hudson
Cinal company, of Scuinton. It will le
qulie ten weeks to 1111 the contiact, und
will furnish employment to a laigo num
bei of idle men.
Itivci Thames Still Rising,
London, Feb S Although tho rains
stopped last Fildaj, the Thames ilver con
tinues to i Up. Seilous Hoods uiu lepoited
tluoughout thc vnlle. The Windsor raeo
couise und tho p!u)lng giounds ut Bton
New Yoik, Teb. 8 Ai lived: Columbia,
fiom Genoa, Thlngvalla, fiom Stettin.
Sailed for Now Yoik Piusslu, fiom Hiiin
buig. Sighted. Nooidlund, fiom New
Yoik, for Antweip, passed Flushing (Feb.
Tank Stpaiiior ICuii Aground.
London, Teb 8. Tho British tank steam
er Weehuw ken, Cuptaln Dowblggan, which
sailed fiom Shields on Thursda) for Phil
adelphia, signalled off Flamboiough Head
that she had been agiound.
Hark Ashore, Crew Rescued,
Dunkiik, France, Teb, S. Tho Noiwe
glan bark Manitoba, Captain Toduam, Is
ashore olf thts poit In u duugeious posi
tion, Tho bark sailed from Pensacolu,
Fla on Dec. U, for Dunkirk.
l'A-Govcrnor Long Accepts.
I .n..n,i li riV. C Tho rni.ifl.1 nnnan-
j aneo by ex-Govemor John D, Long, of
I Massachusetts of tho portfolio of the navy
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SINGERS BESIEGED BY COWBOYS.
Columbia Opoia Company Toiror
lzeil lor Throe. Hours.
Spokane, Teb. 8 Runoilntcndent
Russell Hal ding, of the Gteat Not th
em i all way, has lecelved a tepoit fiom
the agent at Shelbj Junction, Moyt.,
to the effect that tho membeis of tho
Columbia Opoia company weio lough
ly Heated by a gang of cowboys upon
their anlval theie.
As tho tialn cairylng the theatrical
people pulled Into the depot tho cow
bovs gieeted It with a fusllade fiom
their icvolveis. After the tendeifeet
had alighted the cowboys ptoceeded to
For thtee hours the membeis of tho
opeia company weie tenoiized, their
tounentois tiling tevolvers, lighting
with the men und insulting the women.
When the station agent Intel feied tho
cow bovs thientened to kill him, nnd
he was compelled to hide In a waio
house ueur by. The sheiiff was noti
fied, and aimed with u wnnunt Is
searching tot the peipotratois of the
Denth of a Voturan Journalist.
Sunhury, I'a., Feb 8 II II. Masser, one
of tho oldest newspaper men In tho state,
died heio this afternoon in tho eighty
eighth j ear of his age. Mr. Masset was
boin heio and was u number of the bar.
He was appointed deputy attorney geneial
for Not tluunberland county In 1S33 by Gov
ernor Porter. In 1SI0 he establlsheel tho
Sunday American and edited tho paper
until 1S70. He was a filind nnd great ad
mlier of Horace Greclej and John W. For
ney. Death of Jmlgo i ales.
Wilmington, Del., Teb. 8. Leonard B.
Wales, Judge of tho United Stutes court
for Delawaie, died tonlyht. Ho was In his
Eeventy-slxth jear. From 1SGI to l&M he
was nn associate Justice ot tho state
couits nnd was then appointed judge ot
tho United Stutes couit. Ills father,
John Wales, lepiesonted Doluwuio In tho
United Stales senate.
Tho Herald's M oather Forecast.
New York, Feb 9. In tho Mlddlo states
today, puitly cloudy to fair, fiesh wester
ly to uoithwesterlj winds, preceded In tha
morning by light locil lain oi snow on the
coast. On Wednesday, fair to pailly
cloudy, slightly colder, followed lu tha
afternoon by Using temperaturo, Increas