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VQlCgYJI&P, X;, WIEPSPAY, OVISajBER 1G, 138i7,
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PREPARATIONS FOR.THJE SETTLE
MENT OF THIS VEXED, COJESTION..
BEST TONIC ?
fjtrcngtuons tuo luuclc
ti unities tlic Nerves.
IfarlclieM ttio Blood, Given Now Visor.
Pa J. L. Mteiw. Fairfield, Iowa, says! ...
"Brown's Iron Bitters f the beet Iron medicine I
' hate known In my Mu years' practice. I have found it
end in all debilitMiniMiilnienU that bear m hrnitirj
en the system. Upo it freely inmjr own family,"
Mtt.W.P. BnowN.KW Main Bt., CovlnRton, Kr,
ears: "I was completely broken down in health and
troubled with pains in my back. Brown's Iron
Slitters entirely restored me to health."
' Genuine has aboro Trade Mark and croed red line
on wrapper. Tnko no other. Made only by .
BUOWN CHEMICAL CO., 1IALT1M61UJ, MB.
Window Glaus, Pnlnts Oils, IlrnshcB,
, Sponjrj'B, Sonps, Combs, Per
fames. Toilet Articles,
It Is Relieved That the CommtMloa Wilt
Do Head j to Itoport Before th,o Next
Congress Convenes Doth Sides Keady
And Anxious to Begin tho Work. I
Washington, Nov. lo Theday has not
yet boon fixed for the first mooting of the.
joint commmlssion on the Canadian fisli.
cries, bot it is ezpootod that tho first meet
ing will be bold in tho latter part of the
present week, and that tho negotiations may'
bo concludod and a convontiou a? rood
upon by tho time congress meets, or shortly
thereafter. Mossrs. Angoll an! Putnam,
Becrotary Bayard' associates on tho Ameri
can sldo of tho commission, have been in
Washington pretty constantly ovor sinco
tboy were np pointed to assist in tho negotia
tion". Mr. Chamberlain is oxpocted at tho
Arlington on Thursday. Sir Charles Tup
por, from Canada, will arrive about tho
same time, and Sir Lionel Hackvillo Woit,
the othor member of the E lglish end of tho
commission, is here already.
It is to bo supposed that they will need
but a very short caucus amo:ig thoniselves
before meeting tho American negotiators
in full and froo conforonco. Negotiators,
not commissioners, is tho namo that Secre
tary Bayard gives them, and a full and free
conference, he says, U tne oject of tuo meet
ing, There is soma cloudiness in people's tnlnds
about the exact position that thme negotia
tors will bold in tho service of tho govern
ment. No loss an authority than an assist
ant secretnry of state has recontly said that
he did not 'know how it would, bo in regard
to the appoi ument of the negotiators, re
quiring confirmation by the souate. "
Mv slock of Pnro Drncs and Chemicals is
always com plote. All at the lowest prices lor ,
reliable good. ' I
- auB-ireacripiioiiH n specialty-. n
J. JAMES WOOD,
R.DEW11T O. FKAMKIilN,
Office t Button Street, noxt
door to rostomoe.
SiSBSS IV ZMS.
- . Mx
K. W. S. MOOBKS,
Ofloe Beoond Street, over Run-
wan A Hocker'8 dry coods store.
jutrous-oxlde Gas administered in all ease.
m h. K. HMiJrn,
VT1fwMa r4rf a r lannhttirf tvtiV
skMdfor the oalnleas extraction of
Dseth. Office on Oonrf Street. aoiedly
Omoxi Third street, west of Market, next
eor to Br. James Bhaohleford's.
HHlHL flHtr jBIBBumm HHs& HsviAsiBiHsKksiB
irvB: W. U. ANDEKSON,
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON.
Oflloeat drtto slora
-House, Sign and
Graining, Glaalng and Papor-banglng. All,
work ntat.y and promptly executed. Office
and shop, north side ol Fourth between Mar
kst'and Limestone, streets. alBdiy
AXJU A WORTBINGTOH,
OABBirr B. WALL,
X. L, -woETnuiaTos
Attorneys and Counselors at Law,
Will practice In all courts Jn Masoa and ad
Joining ; oonntlea and in the Superior' Ooart
and Court of Appeals. All collections given
prompt attention.: norlwWrr
Designer and dealer In-
Headetenee. Ac The largest stock of tbt
latest designs. - The best material and work
ever offered In this section of the state, at re
duced prlooa. Those wanting work in Gran
ite or Marble are Invited to call and see foi
tteemaelvftft. Hyml ulrect.- Marnvllla
IXAN D. CglliE,
TIIOMAB FRAWI3 BAYARD,
Secretary llayard himself apparently doos
not consider that any new otllce has been
created, for he said: "The president of the
United States has power at all timet to ne
gotiate treaties under the constitution. Tho
president can autborizs the soorotary of
state to conduct tho negotiation without
any assistance, or bo may employ for the
purpose the highest order of ability wher
ever he can find it, and if any agreement is
"to be arranged between the United States
and England it seems well that this govern
ment should be represented, if possible, in
the negotiations by talent equal to that of
Secretary Bayard also said that thora
could bo no trouble about the payment of
the Amorican' negotiator, because the state
department, had a. .fund available from
which they could be recompensed for their
erv ces, even if oongresi should chooie to
refuse a special appropriation for that pur
pose. Tho negotiators on both sides, it Js to be
presumed, are pretty well prepared for
their work. Sec
retary Bayard has
bad all the prepar
ation bo needs, and
Messrs. Angell and
Putnam both say
they ere quite
ready to meet the
other side. Since
the time cf their
havo been assidu
ously posting them-
JAMES nur"" XX selves. Mr.' Au-
gell is ad experlenoed negotiator of treaties,"
having been employed on several previous
occasions by both, Preiident Grant and Sir.
Hayes, and Mr. Putnam is regarded as first
among international lawyers in America.
Aj?for'tbojEoglishitdetSir Charej .Tup-
IAH rt-ftwA 1-1 A 1 .BBBSiBBk-
been as conversant
with the subject all
along as has the
himself. Sir LIdnol
tbrbugh whom has
ben carried on all
Payanl and the
ment His home is
In Nova Scotia, but
nresidWt of the board dftiaie in.0 ad
tpneVjadminfstration,. f rqm 1884 to loll, lie
delighted 'the freeholders w(fh his exttosi.
tions of politlca.econbtny, andjproved him
self to have 'a wonderpl. knowledge of the
ornmqrrial, ,the inaritimyuid the colonial
Infprest? of Motber EnglaiuL
Sr Chnrloa Tupper and Minister West
know all the details of tho relations between ,
England and tho United States on this fhh
eries businos", and Chamberlain no doubt
brings very deflnito Instructions from the
foreign olllco in London as to how much
England demands and how littlo sho will
concede. Thero is no reason to doubt thi6
the English negotiators are just as ready for
work ns tho American negotiators are. and
that being so, it is reasonable tosupposo
that, as all parties will soon be In Washing
ton, the flrsi conference fr nil tho negotia
tors may bo held before tho ond of the
As to tho negotiations all agree that they
will bo absolutely private. They will not. bo
roportod forthejiowoipers nt all. The mnn
nor in which thoy will bo reported for the
two governments concerned has not yet
boon sottled It will bo for tho joint com
mittee to settle that when they meet. They
may docilo top '0031 by way of proposi
tions and regular debate and may havo a
stenographic report made of nil thit is said.
But as this is to bo n conference and not a
congros, which in diplomacy moans adlfer
ont thing, it is mora lifcoly that there will be
no formality of dobate any more than thero
would be about buvlng a pair of shoes.
Thore will be no chairman and all the nego
tiators will bo on an equal footing.
Naval Contraction lteport.
Washington, Nov. 16. -The annual re
port of Commodore Wilson, of the naval
bureau of construction and repair, asks that
an assistant ohlef for that bureau be au
thorized as well as a chief draughtsman.
Tho construction of two steam vessels for
training ship! is urged. Experimental
works for tests of naval armor, projectiios
and appliances are needed, especially for
testing working models of vessels, machin
ery, eta The preservation and repair of
tho historic battle ship Hirtfard i' recom
mended. The old monitors sbonld be re
paired and made available. At loast half a
dozen tugs should be built for naval use.
One hundred and seveuty-ilvo thousand
dollars should be expended in fitting up
naval machine shop at tho Mare Island,
Cal.. navy yard. Tho report givei detailed
descriptions as woll as drawings of all tuo
now naval vessel', completed, in cburso of
construction, and recently contracted for. .
Called on the President.
Washington, Nov. HI A committee of
the Union Veteran's Union of ttio United
States, callod on President Cleveland to
day. Tho committee presented a resolution
asking in ellect that Union veteran soldiers
in the department hero be not subject to
tho civil servico rules, as regards examina
tions for tho rotontion of their positions, but
only for promotion and that when Union
veterans pass examinations tor promotion
on equal terms with others they be given
the preference. The committee was favora
bly impressed with the president's remarks
on receiving the resolutions.
Washington, .Nov. 10. The Post this
morning says that Robert Roitzel, who
made the fierce oration over the graves pf
the Anarphfsts.in Chicago, on Sunday last,
was, tho, temporary pastor of a little Ger
man church in the northern part of Wash
ington, five or six years ago. He talked
Anarchy at that tima.in beer saloons, and is
well remembered. Ho left the city under a
cloud, being mixed up in unpleasa nt scan-
dais, in which wealthy husbands took enar
latest from Yellow Jnotc
Washington, Nov. 16. Surgeon General
Hamilton has received a telegram from Drt
Porter, at Tampa, Kla., saying that there
were three new oases of yellow fever at
Tampa .yesterday, and no deaths. There are
thirteen oase in thehnnitab
Don. IIuh J. JnWet't Injured.
0 ISsY Ssrb. twiJI
will nracUce In tba'ronrtn of Mason and ad
joining counilefl, the Hnpcrlor Court and
Collection and to Real Estate. Court street-,
sib en.- nuts Torrait.
be k'nows. the nature
and resources of every Canadian province.
' Mr. Chamberlain is not a lawyer at all,
but be will have some legal advisers along
with him. He Ua
man, and an astute
politician. Aa a
business man in
knew how to make
millious out of the
manufacture of a
simple wood screw,
the patent of which
be bought for a
trifle. As a Toli
tlcian be organized
JOSEVH :iiAMiu:iji,AUi things so as to gleet
nuau J. jkwett, ,
Baltimour, Md., Nov. 10. It is learned
that the. Hon. Hugh J. Jewett, ex-president
of the Erie railroad, met with a serious ao
oldent on last Saturday night. Ho made a
mis-step on tho porch .of bis son's residence,
near GJenville, Harford county, aad fell to
the ground. Mr. Jewett sustained a severe
rervous shook, and was unconscious for a
lone time. He is now lying critically 111 at
bis sou's house..
Died With Hydrophobia.
Nw Yoiik, Nov. 10. Charles Cavanan(
aged twenty-seven, died this morning in
great agony of hydrophobia at the Cham
bers street hospital. For several hours .be
fore his death the convulsions bocamo inces
sant aud it was necessary for two men to
bold him In hod. Morphine was freely, ad
ministered. At intervals be was perfectly
rational and would converse freely with his
An Important Bolt,
Cincinnati, Nov. 18. An important suit
.was flledadn the superior court yesterday
which involves hundreds of thousands of
dollars; The complainant is- Frank
0. Rettisch, of thla city, and ho sues
the Western Union Telegraph company for
Infringement of a patent on quadruplex tel
egraph instruments, ami asks the court to,
award f damages tor eaon instrument
cued tf tie company in this country.
PEdpLE . MAQE DSTITUT BY THE
Bom of the Pant'llet of the Dead An
arehlsts Uave an Outlook for Dally
Bread, but All of Tlieia Am Vory Toor.
A Fund Started to I'rovlda for Tlicm.
CniOAOO, Nov.' 16. Mrs. Parsons is still
lufTeriug from nervout prostration, and
none but intimato acquaintance! and
avowed frlonds of tho aviso aro aliowod to
see her. Committeeman Buusch vUitod her
yestordny, offloially iuqulrin; into her
needs, an 1 spoko of a productive monu
ment which would bo orocto.1 on tho flnnl
burial plat of th.) Ave deal Although
without moa i"1, Mr Parkin will ncqiiro
somo revenue ml lo f ro n cj.ttnhu'il aid
from tho silo of Truintiutl'a paiujihlet and
her husband's book.
Partem w.ih a liberal provller for bis
family, and Mr-. Pir.ons and her chlldroti
havo boon ai'o;nu:nj.l to goo 1 l.ving, so
that it U bdliovoi she would oiuluio penury
with little pa itMi li. Site is, moreover, a
coinietout drovs ui.cor, ai I hu tue g ft of
fluent speech, wtnun iniy ba i Her upoa pro
fltablo loi'turing tours, in lioro'.ol'oro.
The little toy a 1 1 n tio,i hop at iWd Mil
waukee avenue ivii ch Gtore E ij! presided
over, is loft an ntnpio source of xupport to
bis widow and (laudator. Ic was opon for
business yester l ty, and botn ojuld be soon
very sad but bmy.
Mrn. Fteldeu will nosd all tho help that
can bo givon her, wuile Mr. Fischer, littlo
more than a girl widow with three tiny
children, is an invalid and utterly liciplesi.
Mrs. Spies, broken in spirit, and her
daughter Gretoion, still in a frenzy of grief,
have August's throe surviving brothers to
Mrs. Schwab is also in noed of aid, as her
husband's solo lo ;aoy seemi to have been
th oo littlo children.
It is announced that tin Amnesty society
and tho defense committee will join forces
and assumo tno rupmibilitv of providing
for tho families of the flood Anarchists, and
a permanent fund will be started for that
purpose. Thero will bo, nftor a final ao
countlug of the expensos of tho funoral, a
surplus of about $1.5)0 or S'J.OUO in the
bands of the defense ainmittoo, which will
form a good nuclexs for them to start the
It is intended to make this now organiza
tion National in extent. Tnre is another
object ineitablishin? this fund. One of the
leaders yesterday said ho expected that there
would bo no more money required for pur
poses of defense. Ha did not expect that
the proecut.ons woull stop here, but
thought that others who moda themselves
conspicuous in th) movemont would be pros
ecuted under .various charges, and that
would necessitate a permanent defenso fund.
Detective Jamet Boullald, brother of the
captain who commanded the police at the
Haymarkot, proniuuooi Howell Trogdon,
the man that persisted in carrying the start
and stripes in front of the Anarchist
funeral, a "worthless, lying loafer, who
itches for notoriety." Hon field says Trogden
was at one time mod by the police as a
"pigeon," to associate with thieves and be
It is only a few days ago that Trogden
published a card in the Arbelter Zietung
scandalously attaokiug State's Attorney
Grinnell. Great indignation was expressed
by Bonfleld that a man who should thus
identify himself with the Anarchists, should
almost siinul'auemily and for the sake o(
notoriety, turn uptn the Re Is and try to.
get up a row with them by carrying ths
stars and stripes at the bead of their pro
cesiion. Birmingham Anarchists.
BmMiNGHAM, Ala., Nov. It'. About
thirty Anarchists held a meeting Sunday
night, in' the room of a German saloon
keeper. Tne- banging of their friends in
Chicago was discusied and characterised as
judicial murder, a,id the sentiment of th
meeting was for revenge. The speeches
were described as "rod hot." Tho mooting
was secret and only Anarchists were ad
mitted. CAUSED BY.A CIGARETTE, j
Carelessness Causes a 8300,000 Fir at
Little Book, Arkansas Othor Losses.
Little Rook, Ark., Nov. 10 A boy
dropped a cigarette yesterday and started a
fire in the Union Cotton Compress building
at the foot of Main street, containing 3,83?
bales of cotton." Th flames spread rapidly,
aided by a brisk wind from the northwest,
and soon enveloped Martin's warehouse
across the street with 1,600 bales, ran down '
the alley, filled also with cotton, crossing
Scott street, and. nearly to tho corner of
Cumberland, threatening the gas works. ,
The Metropolitan block, south of 'the com
press, Born brook & To wnseud's block,, and
the rear of every building as for east as
Scott strtet, were on fire within twenty
minutes. Suddenly the wind changed to a
brisk breesa from the south, and this saved
not less than a half a dozen blocks in ths
heart of the city. The total loss is esti-.
mated at $300,000
Loss to a Itallroad Company.
Fort Smith, Ark., 'Nov. W. The Bt
Louis San Francisco depot, Hackstts
City, sixteen' miles from here, buraed Satur
day night, together with some 800 bales ot
cotton and other freight. Loss 115,000
The amount ot insuranos has not been
ascertained. The lost all falls on the rauf
road company, as tne cotton was in uiau
Brooklyn lias a 8)300,000 Fire.
Brooklyn, N. Y., Nov. Id, The statior
of the Prospeot Park. & Coney Island rail
way, and the stables of the Vanderbtlt Ave
nue horse car line, with a large quantity oi
feed and rolling stock and 1S7 horses, wer
burned last night, causing a loss of tOO.OOQ,
which is well covered by insurance.
Another Town oa Fire.
LnTLK Rock: Ark., Nov. Id. A special
from Fayetteville, Ark., says the town it
on fire, with the wind blowing toward th
main part of the city. Already $10,000
worth ot property had been burned.
Wealthy Miser Dylnu; of Starvation.
Mjcadvii.lk. Pa,, Nov. 16. The attention
of the oity authorities was called to the con
' ditlqn of, Jobq M, Ellwellan old man liv
ing by him olf in tho most abject poverty
in Manley alley. Ho was kick' and hod ths
appearance Of being almost starved. Ha.
was taken to S". Joseph's hospital, and dur;.,
ing a fit ot delirium showed considerable
monoy. An investigation followed which
discovered money in nearly every poolcet'of;
tho o d miser's clothe, tho total amounting
to,l 3!) . The monoy, which was plaed ia?
bank by tho authorities, was much worn
probably by tho fondling of iu miserly"
owner. The old man, who will probably
die, says ho has relatives in Cleveland.
DR. JOSEPH PARKER.
lie Sueccsts That an Evangntlonl Convea
tlou lie Held In Chicago. ' '
Chicago, Nov. 10. Tho Rev. Dr. Joseph
Parker, of the City Tomplo, London, was.
present yostordny at the regular Monday .
meeting of Congregational ministers, and
tho attondnnco was much larger than usual1
in anticipation of the distinguished orator's1, ,,
coining. Dr. Parker was introduced to the. .
meeting as "tin epistlo known aud rend of
all iiihil" "If I am an epistle," said Dr. '
Parker, "known and rend of all men, as my
brother has so generously invigincd, then,
there can bo no wrong in assuming that tho
most of you aro fully aware that I came to
this country to deliver an eulogy on my; ,
sainted and crowned friend, 31r. Henry
Beeciior, I havo lived with Mr. Botcher
week aftor week, day and night, nndbavev.
traveled with blm from city to city, and X
havo seen him under all varioties of eircutn
stances, uud my only wish is that 1 might (
be able, according to my capacity, to imU
tate tho excellencies that shown so radiantly
in his noble character. Assuming that alt'.
this was known to you, I attach greater slg-j
niticauce to tho invitation with which yosi.
honored me." '
Tbe speanor paused, and bis audience re
spondod with hearty applause.
Having remarked upon evangelic .
preaching as more likely than any other toi
touch every point of human life, Dr. Parker'
suggested tunc it might be well to hold a.
conference iu Chicago, and that tho confer-,
ence should be conducted upon the freest,
powiblo lines, and that discussion from
every point of view stiould be encouraged.'
He Bald: "If in evangelical preaching wo ,
are wrong, by all means Jot us know it, IC x
any man has a larger wisdom or a truer
method of meoting the necessities of th
ago, I for one am quite prepared to extin
guish my littlo lamp and to let his fuller
sun suino. All we should aim nt is to be
right, aad to be doing tho largost amount ;
of good. This is tho spirit in which I .wish
"During my intermission of pastoral labor
I havo had occasion to hoar ministers of va
rious churches, and my testimony is that
when I enter a church where they do not ,
pray, but only 'aspire;' where thoy have no
doctrine, but only theory; where they dis
place historical Christianity by the 'uncon
ditioned infliiito' and by some roforence to
tho 'circumambient invisible,' and whore all
the words aro holy syllables, I find a sad
lack of active charity as embodied in Sun
day schools, Dorcas societies, sick visiting,
societies and earnost philanthrope work,
among tho poor and the outcasts; but where
I I nd that the cross of Christ is first, midst
and last, I find the people stirred with a
boiy ambition to mako the world better than
they found it. Any religion that will da ,
that is the religion by which I am prepared
to live and in the honor of which I would
dare to die.
ESCAPED TH QALLOWfr
Tbe Circuit Court Grants Stanyard a New
Trial at Youngstown.
Yocnootown, O., Nov. Ift.. In the cir
cuit court this morning Judges Woodbury,
Laubie and Frailer announced the decision
in the Stanyard case, reversing the decision
of the lower court, and setting aside ths
verdict of murdor. S,tanyard was to hapg
Friday. The circuit court held that , the
lower court erred in admitting the testis
mony of James and Samuol Stevenson, not
expert witnesses, on the questions of sanity.
They were called by the defense, and testi
fied that Stanyard was sane, giving no legal
basis for their opinion.
The prisoner will be brought back here
this week and will be retriod in the January
term ot court. Stanyard's crime was tbe
shooting of Miss Alice Hancox, aged seven
teen yean, on tbe evening of March
1887. Thoy were neighbors, and she bad'
refused to accept him as a lover, hence when'
he saw her walking along with Wilbur'
Knox, a rival, he fired six shots at her,' kill
ing her. Knox had a narrow escape from .
a similar fate. - '
Stanyard is supposed by many to be half
witted! and the defenso endeavored to es
tablish his lunacy at the trial, but to no'
Kvletlns; Btrlkers From Their ITomes.
WiLKKflBAiuiE, Pa., Nov. d -The. coaJ .
companies of the Lehigh region, it is under- r
stood, are preparing to take most extreme
measures against their striking employe;
and have commenced the work' of-evicting'
the men from their homes. Tho Stout "Coal .
company to-day issued writs of oje'ctinehtV
against two of their employes. It is under
stood 'that nearly all of the companies will
follow suit, in tho hope" that tho men will be.
compelled to go to work. The Knight of,'.
Labor have employed counsel, who will ask -fpr
a restraining injunction, on tho ground
that tbe leases areillegal
Killed by a Train.
Rocs Island, IU., Nov. iL Four chtk
dren, named Scbult, while returning from
church at Orion, in a light wazon, Sunday'
afternoon, were struck by a Chicago, Bur-'
lington & Quinoy freight engine, and two''
girls, aged twelve and ten years,, were killed!
while a boy, aged fourteen years,' was
seriously .injured. The team, was killed. .
Death of Ex-Jnds;e Smith.
Nkw Yomc, Nov, 16.. "Ex-Judge William -E.
Smith, proprietor ot the famous roado
hOusd in Jerome avenue, known far and
wide as "Smith's," died las, night, a'getl'
sixty-fho year. Ha was formerly prom
inent in local politics.
Female Horse Thief Sentenced.
Madison, Wis., Nov. IC Sophia Yager,
the woman who stole a horse at Fall riyer
and sold, It In Milwaukee, was sentenced
yesterday to prison for two years. . '
. H 1
Death of General Grant's Nnrse,
PoitTSMptrrn, 0., Nov, 1ft Mrs. Barab
Gow.dny, agod eighty, died here yesterday.
She was greswt at the birth of Gen.- Grant
and was bio nurse in infancy.