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Meeting ' of Congressmen Wlie
Lost by the Great Steal.
Whereabouts of the Missing: Cashier
are Still Unknown.
Mr. Leedom's Attorney Says Members of
the Houh Should Not Lose Their Rnl
' Uriel Because of the Kmbeasleinent.
Washington, Deo. 10. The office ol
the sergeant-alarms of the House was
besieged yesterday by notaries with
notes given menioers: wniun naa mjei
. allowed to go to protest, i As the Me Id
each protest case is $1.50, the notaries
did a thriving business.
Mr. Leodom, the ex-sergoant-at-arms,
' has detectives at Montreal and Quebeo
looking out (pr Slloott. Leodom "does
not believe the Story from Montreal that
auooii ana nis mistress are at a promi
hont hotel there. He thinks that if
the story Is true his dotectlve at Mont-
1 1 J 1 I J L I .
The investigating committee , was
ready for work yesterday morning, with
Mr, Adams, of Illinois, In the chair.
Several Congressmen submitted plans
for :tho distribution of tho money for
salaries of members still remaining in
the sergeant-at-arms' office. Mr. Mills
outlined ft plan which he thought would
he satisfactory, bocause of its fairnoss.
He held that as the loss had occurred In
November, It should be borne by all
'' those members who had receipted for
the November pay. Tho. remaining
'money, he ihought, should, bo dlstrib-
' uted among all the momberd who had
receipted for tbemonths from March to
November,1 and whose money Slloott
had made off with.
The report to the Houso will be read;
to bj submitted on Wednesday. It hai
' not boen doclded whether the committee
will favor any particular recommend v
: tkros on the question as to the authority
given to the' sergeant-at-arms to dis
burse money for the House. Most.of tho
( members of the oommltteo favor simply
- submitting tho salient points In the ar
guments that havo, boon raado on thla
question and leaving the House to de
cide where the loss shall fall. 1
Mr. Leodom wrote yesterday to tho
District Attorney tor tho District of, Co
lumhla,'. placing' the Slloott case In bis
hands and requestlnghlnt to have an in
dictment brought against the absent
cashier. - .
Mr. Leedom's legal adviser thinks thfl
individual members of Congress should
not lose tholr salaries on account of tho
embezzlement He believes that the
sergeant-at-arms is a properly authorized
disbursing officer, but maintains thai
Leedom's bondsmen can not bo hold ac
countable for the loss, becauso thelt
bond expired with the Fiftieth Con
gress, for whloh It was given. Mr. Lee
dom is willing to tarn over the (30,000
that ho possesses should It bo docldod
that he ts responsible for the loss, with
out the formality of a civil suit The
814,500 which Sllcott paid Into the Na
tional Metropolitan Dank, In order to
take up forged notes which would be
. sufficient evldonce to extradite blm.
will probably be the cause of a suit It
is olalmod that this monoy belongs to
tho Oovornmont, and suit will have to
bo entered to recover it
Changes In the Contention of Faith
New York, Doo. 10. Tho Now York
Presbytery met yesterday and adopted
the. report of the oommltteo on revision
of the Westminster confosslon. The ro
' port opposes any general revision or
alteration of the confosslon, but roconv
mends some 'changes, viz.: That tho
three chapters after tho Brst section bo
so recast as to lnclndo theso things only:
The sovereignty of God in election; -tie
general love of Qod for all mankind; tho
salvation In Christ provldod for all and
to be prcachod in every nation.
They Only Ask for 4,600.000.
KW! York, Doe. 10.-i-Tbo 'Tonno3sco
Coal, Iroi & Railroad . Company ban bo-
gun 'prodoedlngs to recover from John
II. Inman 3,500,000. This sum, it Is al
leged, was made by Inman and his asso
ciates, while in oontrol of the company,
by the purchase of the Pratt Coal & Iron
Company, in which thoy were inter
ested. It Is allegod that thoy bought
' . the . Pratt proport for $3,500,000 less
than the prise at whichjhey turned it
over to the Tonnessee company.
.Woman Hentenoed to be Huna-
Easto.V, Pa., Deo. 10. Mrs. Margaret
Dllllard. recently convicted with her
paramour, William H. llartholomew, of
the murder of her husband on tho night
of September B aj JJieVsf illo, wart yes
terday sentenced to Whnntred. "An ef-
' fort will bo made to havo br son to nee
commuted to Imprisonment for lifo on
account of the nromlsesJ made at the
time of Hartholomew'e, trial jtot her tee
umony against mm.
1 Want! an Injunction,
f Dostox, Dec llK-WUHani k Vlnal, a
T stockholder' ..ia the Iittson Nturn Kerr
J ice Company, has applied for fen injttno-
J Won 'ngiMast thu Company i furchahe of
' any" more rival' concerns. Ho allogos
that extravagant prices have been paid
' lit such purohaaossnd that the authority
of the stockholders has not been ob
tained for such action.
rather of the rythtaaa Die. ' f
Lima. 0 Doc' 10. Justus A. Rath'
' bono, the founder of the order of Knights
of Pythias, died hore yosterday after
noon, aged nrty years, lie naa Den in
for three weoks. Ills remains win be
- taken to Kyracufto, N; Y.J for interment
besldo those of his wife. , i ' ' , 1 :
A Uaatardlr Aet,
' Xr.w rnti.ATiiti.i'iiiA. 0..'Doo. 10. Hun
Aw nlffht thiwniinlrnown drunken men
' caught Fred Andreas, aged ten, on the
.' street and at tho point or revolvers
' . made him drink a quart of whisky. He
' 1 went Into convulsions '
'and 1 doo ton
Worked all night with him.' Police are
hunting the brutes. . .
Forcer and FnailUI Sentenced.
Ei-miiia, N, Y., Deo. la A ma who
aays he is James Fell, the prise fighter,
u vnstordav afternoon sentenoed to
five years in Auburn prison for attempt
ing to pass a forged check for 930 on tho
RIVALS TO CONSOLIDATE.
Amalgamation of the National l'roares"
alve I'nlnn and K. of L. Miners About to
Columuus, O., Deo. 10. The move
ment looking to a consolidation of the
National Progressive Union and N. D.
135, K. of L., the rival organizations
of minors, has taken definite shape. The
Progressive Union has opened the way
through tho following letter addressed
to N. D- A. 135;
Robert Watchorn, Esq., Secretary-Treasurer N.
u. a. i.w:
Dkab Sir: Slnoe our meeting at Pittsburgh
have laid the sumreiitlon of H. W. Hue "to
unite the mining forces by having one set of na
tional officers and one national fund," before
president MoBrlde. He Is thoroughly In accord
with the ontnions elm-eased. . As instruotod by
him, I tender M. W. itue and yourself a cordial
birltatlon .to attend thu roerentlon to he held at
Indianapolis en the isle Inst- .... -
If it would be oonvenlent for Mr. Rae, presi
dent MoBrlde would like to meet him at Colum
bus on the 13th. that they might Interchange
views on the subject and draft some method of
unification to submit to the convention, and
from It to the minora ol the country. Yours,
? ; , v rATiuua. jai;itiixifa,
Referring to the shbleot of- a union of
foroes, in which1 all'K. of L. and Pro
gressive Union men aro alike interested,
secretary Mctlryde says: "If those who
take an active part In both organizations
will . lay aside personal feelings and
prejudices and carefully look at the con
dition of the miners of this competitive
district and from them to that of the
miners of the entire country, they will
certainly give any honost movement to
solidify the forces tholr hoarty co-oper
ation. Factional tights may give a tem
porary advantage to elthor organization,
but In the end they aro injurious to the
craft Instead, therefore, of crippling
our resources and fighting each other,
they can be used to more advantage in
Improving the social and financial con
dition Of all."
DEATH IN THE WIRES.
Another WeV York KUctrlo Light Una-
man Meets His Fate While Suspended
'New Yobk, Deo. 10. Another doath
by contact with eleotrio light wires oo
earred Monday, strongly resembling in
its details the horrible killing of line
man Feeks some weeks ago, Peter
Clausen, employed as a lineman by the
Northorn . New York Eleotrio Light
Company, climbed a pole at Third ave
nue and Ono Hundred and Fifty-sixth
street to do some repairing. : A few mo
ments later a little girl playing on the
sidewalk heard a hissing noise above
her, and, looking np, saw Clausen lying
lying across two wires, with a bluish
light shooting from his right hand and
head. Her cries quickly brought a crowd
to the scone and several policemen set
about the task of extricating Clausen's
body from the wires.
The pole is within reach of a station
of the Elevated railroad and the rescu
ing party operated from the platform of
the station. A rope was thrown around
Clausen's body, but so strong was the
grip which held him to tho wires that It
oould not be loosened. bile pulling
on the rope Thomas Smith, a driver, who
had voluteered to aid the offloers,
touched the body and recolved a shock
which knocked him senseless. He was
taken to a drag store and by the use of
stimulants revived. Finally an officer
out one of the wlros with an axe and the
body watt then easily removed. Life was
extinct The right hand and arm up to
the elbow was a mass of charred flesh
and there wasadeepburnundor the obln.
A SHOT FOR A BLOW.
Lwyer lillli a Man Who Demanded an
Anilogy for a Newspaper Article.
M'JiC'itKKKwmo, Tonn., Dec. 10.
Monday morning in the law office of Le
land Jordan, Esq., Frank B. Selph, a
young attorney, shot and Instantly killed
Edwin Flotcher. The diuiculty grew
out of a recent artlolo which appeared
in tho Free Press of last wook. Flotcher,
accompanied by his stop-brother, Mor
gan Perkins, went to the office of Selph
yesterday morning, demanding an apol
ogy or a retraction of the article. Selph
was first badly hurt by a blow on the
head which knocked him down and
while prostrated and being sovorelj
punished he drew his pistol and, flria?,
struck Fletcher under his left jaw, the
ball corning out near tho loft temple.
All tho nartlos ooncerned aro highly
' J Cleared Up the Uyitery.
CutCAOO, Doo. 10. The owner of tho
bloody trunk whloh Captain Hchuettler
wont to Milwaukee to see, walked Into
Chief Hubbard's office yesterday and
proved ths property. He is a porter in
a Chicago hotel who wont to Mllwaukoo
to look for a job and left in a hurry to
avoid a lawsuit over transaction in
which bo had become involved In a form
er visit Ho convinced the officers that
he owned tho trunk and also that ho was
lnnooeat of anymore serious crlmo than
jumping a board hill.
Death, laeanlty and Feverty.
PiTTsnimou, Deo, 10. The polios de
partment was notified Monday of a dis
tressing case of destitution in tho family
of -John Kress, residing in the Thirty-
second ward. On Friday last an Infant
died fet scarlet fever. "The body has
slnco occupied tho same couch on which
an eldor child Is dying from 'tho :samo
ftlsraso. All efforts o tho neighbors or
polJoo to secure entrance to the Iiquso
nave proven fruitless. The mother i
evidently Insane drives all comers from
the premises. ,;'') .HI,
Declined the Honor. , I
WAsniifOTO.1, Deo. 10. Correspon
dence Is bubllshed here between Speak
er Reed end Hon. William D. Kelley, of
Pennsylvania, showing that the latter
would have been appointed chairman of
the House . Committee on , Ways and
Moans had he not declined tho position.
Mr. Kelley has been a member of the
committee tor twenty years. '
1 '." ' 1 taking It Very Kaey. 1 '.
WAHtiiXbToaV Deo. 10. The Pan
American: Congress met Monday and
after approving the minutes of the pre
vious mooting, adjourned until Friday.
On Friday the congress oxpocts to re
ceive' tho announcement of the commit
tees to be selected by Hwrctary Ulalne.
The1 conference will thon adjourn for
several weeks. . .
' Sealed the Prison Wall.
' Ci.evki.ahd, Ot Deo. 10, A special
from Laporte, Ind.,' says that James L.
Hillary, of Indianapolis, and Moses
Nelson, of Warsaw, escaped from the
Northern Indiana ponitentlary Sunday
nlirht hv acalluff the walls with a ladder.
Notice Is hereby given that a special meeting
of the Stockholder of the Wheellm
Lake Erie Hallway company, will b
the office ot tlu Company, In Toled
will be held at
pany, in xoieao, l.ughi
Countv.Ouio, on the luth day of Decemne-,
A, D. 18m, at 2 o'clock r. u.. lor the following-
purposes. dntarmlne the Question
of a change of the termini of said Company s
line of road, and the extension of said roau be
yond Its present terminus at the limits of the
City of Wheeling, In Pease Township, County
of Belmont, Btate of Ohio, to Bellalre, in said
f!nu n t'
.,.nniln. nf hpunnhi frAm a ni
;fon of a branoh, from a point ou said
w rtf Hulmnnt. nlftlA Off IIIIIOI Of E1I0 DUI1-
Company's main lire, eimer in ine iiouiu i
Jefferson, or In ths County of Belmont.snd
Ktate ol uiuo, to ueuaire, in mo vuu.r
Belmont and State of Ohio. .
2nd. To consider and determine the ques
tion of constructing a branch from said Corp
pany's main line, at Portland Station, In the
County of Jefferson. State of Ohio, to Steuben
vllle.ln the said County of Jefferson, State of
3rd' To contlder the question of increasing
Ihe capital stock ot said Company to nine
mllllou six hundred' thousand dollars. (t.oUU,
000,) by Issuing additional oonnnou stock to
the amount of two million five hundred thous
and dollars, (2,6011,01)0,) for the purpose of ex
tending Its line, constructing branches therof,
Increasing Its machinery, rolling stock,
depots anil other fixtures, or tor either of the
purposes aforesaid. ,
4th. After considering said increase of
capital stock, to consider the question of Is
suing bonds of said Company and securing the
same by nortgage on tno property ot said
Company, or otherwise. In such form as the
stockholders may direct or approve, for one or
more of the following purposes: Completing
Its road; extending the same; constructing
branch roads) Increasing Ita machinery and
rolling stock; building depotsand shops; mak
ing improvements, and aying the bonds of
The Toledo Belt Railway Company, assumed
and agreed to be paid by The Wheeling nod
Lake Brie llailvray Comimny. or otherwise
discharging this Company's obligation with
respect te said iMinds. - . '
And for the transaction of such other busi
ness as may he brought before the meeting.
By order o! the Board of I.lrecU.rj .
JAMES Ml HAM.
Dated this 7th day of November, 18!tv,
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)ntracted a severe case of blood poison.
' he leading physicians of the city were
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i urial and potash remedies, with the same
i nsdccessful revolt, but which brought on
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i ifferlngfor four years, I gave up all
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Tot thirty years I was cftllcted with
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Ths best salve in ths world for owra,
brn'sea, sores, ulcers, salt rhejm, fever
sores, tetter, chapped bands, chilblains,
eorns snd sll skin eruptions, and positive,
ly cures piles, or no pay required. Ills
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, ot
money relunded. Price 25 cents per but.
For Bale by Woostar a Adams. lovl
dvics to Everybody
who bssa Msissi
Beans to cure It,
)rDd to perforn
ef whleh Sependa
body, hut the po
rali.and the '
Vast and vital Imp
who has a dlsesssl IJver ts to al oese take prow
Beans to cure It. The function the Urer la d
irronn, and on the regular ezeeutn
Mnda not onlr the e-aeral health ol U
V... A.. .... M. V D J
ral.and the whole nenroue syeuni, above i
Vest and vital lmportanoe to kamaa hoillb.
Should ma the rink tir a emitte day of aeclecthig
this itn portent ottud, but should promptly f ei s boa
of Ir. C. Hrlan ' Celebmled Liver rUhv
Dads by I LEWU.'G BlaA, ritutmnrh, Pa- and
aee aeenrdlne to dlrentlois they will care yoa
proaiptly and permanently. Around eeeh bos Is a
wnnper firing full lwwrlptlon of tlieermptoaa of
adbaeeedLlrer. 7 bey cu be had ot druggleU,
4eTBeware of Cotjrraarsrrs nude la St Loub.-tt
FLEMING BROS., Pittsburgh, Pa.
IVORY POLISH mTH5
PtnruMU thi Brsatm. Ask km rr.
Hibbard's , BtrenKthonlDK and
ARE A REVKbATION TO TUB WORJ.TI AND
Ana iuh u.nbi u(.m ipcb nucu
, MAX U! PLAbTKUd.
NlnMenths of all the troubles which
n oulre Hie aid ol iilnatprs are rhrumauc
In thel nature. Arnanp'OT wenuier,vr
sodden draft oaO- a cold which develops
Into muscular and Hint into inflammstory
rhenmatism. And yet Ihern has never
been sueb a thlnif es n distinctly rheu
malic and strenKth-npg planter, and hun.
dreds have' died smldenlv where rheuma
tism has attacked the hea't, whose lives
might have ben saved had this plaster
been ' ann lied In season. Thev are eon
stmcted oo Dtuvlv ecienlilte principles and
ate purely vegetable. - Prepared by Rheo-
sistlo Byruo V".. Jackson, Hicn.
rucn nt avkhioa to get s iJJ'TTJ
or )rro Nuiet. le el the arB'StJM All
...... m D .-1 V .A..lAna. ik aMh.
uiM laiaTVlrrt Br'yuii airmuoe erbnoh
hniialne. hee iwhne eadh eae et ewer.
era.acfjt.Vti.lw v ijmii
" Chamberlain's Eye and 8km
- vytr: 'pOintment. ; --' '
' A certain' cure, W Chronic Sore
Eves. Tetter, Suit Bheuin, Scald Head
Old Chronlo fiores, Fever Sores Ecze
ma, UchfTralrlo fcralches, 8"re Nip.
pies and plh-s. 'It is cooling ami sooth
injr. " Hundreds of cane have beer
mired by It after all ether treatment
had failed. 85 sod 80 cent boxes for
sale by Fred D. Felt Drugglm. Iy3;it33
Dr. A. E. Elliott's
Method of RECTAL Treatment
. PERMANENTLY CURES
Piles, Fistula in Ano, Fissure in
Ano, rruritis,or itching piles
and Rectal Ulcer without
the Knife, Ligature
Rectal Ulceration is the most
dangerous of all rectal maladies
owing to its undermining the sys
tem before its victims realize their
danger, the absence of pain being
due to the scarcity of nerves in
that portion of the rectum mostly
Symptoms of Rectal Ulcer
Pain or weakness acroBa lower
portion of back, often referred to
kidney troqbles, burning in rectum
after Btool, itching about anus, at
tended with a moisture caused by
discharge from ulcer, constipation
sometimes attended with spells of
diarrhoea, finally resulting in
ohronio diarrhoea, when the disease
is almost beyond cure, but if not
too long neglected may yet be
cured ; mucous and bloody dis
charge from rectum, soreness
through ' bowels extending 1 to
stomach causing dyspepsia ; in
females frequently vaginal and u
terine inflammation resulting in
leuoorrhoea and ulceration, fiend
to Lodi, O., for descrtptive pam
phlet. Examination and Consult
WILL BE AT
km Houss, Wellington. I
Third Thursday in each month
(f- y-'' t- -'
LIBERTY STREET WELLIIQTOI.
' la the beat place in the city
to getstrictly No.l Meate ,
and Sausage Fresh
Meat always clesn. Attention alws)
WHITNEY ft ABBOTT,
Carpenter Block. Welllnctoa.O
Treatment far Piles, and
all dieeansof the Bottom
aad Aaue, without the
aseaf sella or Ucatura. Rere'.y loterfertng
with the patlenfe ordinary dutlae and
practically pelnleee. fl A. at. 10 S:30 P. M.
U D. IITDAOX, II. Ue 1
SI ATWATEB BUMIntXETELAat,
Looie'a Bad Cloyar Pills Oure
Hick Hesdscbe, Dyspepsia, Indigestion
Constipation; 25cjierbox 5 boxes l
For sale by Fred Felt. , 1
Athurouehly Wieted and wholeonaso preparation
tor arraeui rerineutaiioe), eaablinc oo Ut have
ties burkes elx yean, aid le indnread by tknue
eadewaohaeeuaedii. It Iborouchly oUHSea, and
bsparte ao toreleni taeto. Put ap ta boxen oVlcx
ed lor S and SO-aaH. peehes'es. reeaillnc at ibaivi
Mela. MoMhy dealers or eeat by mail eareeal.
at fries,' UliAN IHtO . rataaawsa, Aarea. 0.
Chemung canst van