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TUB AiWus. TI1UKSPA. I'EBKUAUY 0, 1893.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
A Nations' Representative and
a State Senator.
AND BACON, OF ILLINOIS, '
F. V. Fockafello.v & Co's banking house,
Wilkesbarre, Ph., has failed.
The Big Four discharged sixty nine
switchmen at Springfield, O., because they
Struck for overtime pay.
William Samuel Hurley, a flour
merchant doing business in Wallabout
Mantel, jsew lurk, has begun suit in the
supreme court against William and Jacob
Miles, brothers, to recover $350,000, alleged
to have been taken out of the estr f
f e 1st
Other Side of the Case Sent to
ana loyalist to whicn
respond with heartfelt
your hearts will
f oreign Uprising and Usurpation.
Tour sense of justice will lead you to
stop and consider with your usual wisdom
and consideration before upholding such
uwiiig am usurpation by foreigners
Try to Settle Their Difficulties a La Jim
Corbett The Congressman Knocked
Tlnw -1 1 -
red ,h" V , , " the Pontiff's father, Samuel Hurley
General Beauregard is very ill
j '." id animosity n0me in jew Orleans.
The National Cat club of England has
Issued it first register of high bred cats.
All of our warm goods must move
next 30 days. This includes all of
That la Probably Not VMl.ed Away
u-l-u-" Details of the Affair.
Sprixgfielh, Ills., Feb. 9. Yesterday
morning at 8:30 o'clock Senator George
Bacon, of Edgar county, knocked Wn
Congressman-elect Joe Cannon, of the Fif.
teenth district, in the lobby of the Inland
LETTEB FROM A QUEEN'S MINISTER, in a 8",aU kinKloia which during many
Events of the Revolution
from the Native Tolnt of View Our
Plenipotentiary's Action Denounced and
Cnelo Sam Asked to Let the Natives
Run Their Own Bailiwick A St. Louis
man Indorses the Appeal and Declares
the Revolution a "Foreign l7pPi,lng nd
St. Locib. Feb. ft -A letter has been re
ceived here from John F. Colburn, minis
ter of the interior of Hawaii, in which he
outlines the position of the deposed queen,
of whom he is a supporter. The letter is
caressed to Mr. J. H. Ganz, of this city.
wne is an aunt of Mr. Colburn, and
u uaiea Honolulu, Jan. IS, 1S93. It was
Drought to Km Francisco by the very ves
sel wnicn oore the Hawaiian committee
MAM. . a 1
""w nL " asnington In the interest of an
nexation. A personal friend of Mr. Col
burn, on a business trip to California, took
passKge wilh the commission. His senti
ments were unknown to his fellow passen
gers, and he carefully concealed the fact
that he had been entrusted with the im
portant document. Had it been known he
um nave ueen denu-a passage upon the
years nas proven Itself not nnlv fa
taining, but also Di-otzreasiv in th v..,
degree in art, scie ice and religion. This
letter breathes the sentiments of t.h no.
tives, a Christian. Uw-abidimr. intii;.,.
refined people, begging you not to accede to
any of the demands or requests of the com
missioners of the provisional
now at Washington and UDheid ami
tioned by the American minister plenipo
tentiary, J. T. Steniens. who
authority from the American government,
taken upon himself a high-handed measure
in trying to overthiow a peaceful government.
But One Side So Far Presented.
In the newsnaner articles t
time to time concerning the unhappy and
Sisturbed condition of the government of
the city of Honolulu and the kingdom of
tue Hawaiian islam s but one Fide of the
picture lias been presented, and that is the
nsurpers'. This revolt, this attempt at a
revolution, emanated with the foreigners
who have descended from the early mis
sionaries, Trnt who i i their desire for gain,
for wealth and pow r, and to live in luxury
which was unknown to their ancestors.
nave determined to take the reins nf .
ernment into their own hands and planted
their heel upon the gentle, loving, unob
uenjamm Bohn and Fred Davis have
been arrested at Cincinnati for counterfeit
ing. Evidence of their guilt was found on
Fire destroyed the round house of the
hotel and went ..in.- ' . ,vv4 lowa roaa at Keithsburg. Ills..
dlnin. r C J".-"' w i ffUSln 8 loss. ot. W nd hour later
"c "rany meal. Biores ownea Dy Hendrickson. L. M
,.. vuinniuu mere was a lars-p rnn.
fusion on the right side of Mr. Cannon's
forehead from which the blood flowed pro
fusely. The skin on the bridge of his nose
j cim auu uis iace was cov
ered with blood. The encounter caused a
great deal of excitement in the hotel and
was the talk of the town yesterday. Com
ments about it are varied, but the impres
sion seems to be that neither of the gen-
wciueu was particularly anxious tn i.t
Didn't Seem to Be Room Enough.
The facts in regard to the affray are as
follows: Cannon Was Kt Anilir.tr of tin --u
iersdeskin the hotel preparing to settle
his bill in order that he might leave on t n
8:30 train for his home. Senator Bacon
started across the rotunda toward the
check room and on his way ran against the
congressman. After the collision both men
a ren,;rw " r . "acon n,a,,e ? .b.tbe 8ton,ach y Frank F0r-
.1 V . . Z . . uciiik room enougn l" latter was shot through th
n the hotel for both of them and blows by Branch. The trouble w,L?
Churchill, and Allen Hall, and Mrs. M. E."
Wade's building, were burnml .
000; insured. '
Rt. Rev. Theodore B. Lyman, of the dio
cese of North Carolina, 79 years old, will
wed Miss Sarah Robertson at Charleston.
William Cox is in jail at Trenton, N. J
charged with robbing Princeton students'
who claim to have suffered to t.h .rt.n J
12,000. He has confessed.
President Schenk. of Switzerland 1...
.TTUBuiis nving m tne united States.
Seven of the students of Mount Union
college at Alliauce, O., most of them min
ivers sons, nave Deen suspended for gam
bling. There is a new "religion developed at
Colnmbns, Kan., the principal claim of
which is that it cures diseases. Th nrin-
cipal luminary is John Deems, and h. is
credited with making several cures in the
same manner as that related of Christ
At Vincent. Ark.. M TT ra.,u
In order to make them move Wlr , . .
i . -. . J "no in art ori .1
Ucme Pnrlr, W- " u lutt
j uciuie me 6jZeg
Wrigrtit & Greer, aai
1704 SECOND AVENUE
Appeal for the Queen.
The letter begins as follows: "I take the
opportunity of writing you this letter,
irusting, with your ability and influence
with some of your leading statesmen of
four liberal American country, you can
help to place the situation of affairs of this
country in such an impartial manner to
them that the Hawaiian Queen Lilinokala
rd, her government and her native popula
tion, can receive such a hearing from yonr
overnment that the American nation will
cause to be restored the queen to her throne
the government to hr -o. 1
native population to their
Facts Stated by Colburn.
The facts stated in the letter ro M.
as follows: On Jan. 12 the legislature j y0U 10 do 80 through her minister."
Jrr l confluence in the cabinet
"jicox, oones, Kobinson
Intrigue and R tsrallty by a Few.
T v V-i 11 u nci imm
John F. Colburn, m nister of the interior.
1 feel assurance that the ITnitl
not be instrumental in overthrowinir th
government of a weik. inoffensivo r,oi
against their wishes. Such a high-handed
undertaking would be revolting to every
patriotic sentiment that actuates her citi
eens in their intemmi-eo -mitv. .i .
love of liberty, humnnity and justice is in
born, and it will be
uphold intrigue, rasiality and usurpation
oy a lew for their ov.-n rwnnni .
ana aggrandizemen-. t n.
- - - . j,- YOU,
personally, will give Mr. John F ru,m'l
appeal for redress of grievances your care-
.. .iNuerauoD, am that you will lend
your influence and u; your power to right
wrongs committed trainer .u r.i
fnendly nation who now imDlorinelv berr.
1, ' ' ' " "'""'I
-.uu as me reform cabinet; the vote was
carried by a majority of 25 out of the 4H
members of the house; the repudiated cal
Jnet resigned and the resignations were
accepted and a cabinet composed of John
IT. Colburn and Samuei Pa-ker, native Ha
waiian, and V. H. CornweU and A P
Peterson, foreigners, was named by the
?n"n,,aud acce"ted y We legislature and
1,000 of the population with applause.
The Proposed New Const itntion.
The legislature was to be prorogued Jan
14, and on that day, Colburn says, he heard
that the queen intended to promulgate a
new constitution; he sought an interview
with his colleagues, and they agreed to a.l-
vise the queen not to do so arbitrary a
thing. ' He also told the old ministry, and
they advised the new ministry not to re
sign, and that they the old cabinet would
support them the new cabinet-in case of
-uj cuuuici. 1 ne legislature was duly pro
rogued and the new cabinet visited the
queen, who showed .them the new consti
tution, and they advised her to give it up
which after some opposition she agreed
GRESHAM TO BE PREMIER.
A Telegram That Is Important If It Is
Not a Fake.
New York, Feb. a. Judge Walter Q.
Gresham. of Chicago, is to be secretary of
state in the Cleveland administration. This
fact became known h -re yesterday to a few
persons. The offer of the post has been
uiaue 10 judge Gresham, and he has
I'wu iu Cleveland himself will
me iact known in a day or two.
somewnat remarkab e selection of
cv CH )lnei vvui 1 sure to
create some surprise when it becomes
t Proposal for a Revolalon.
The queen went out and told the people
that she could not give them a new consti
tution and advised them to endure their
grievances; the crowd dispersed and next
day the leaders of the reform party pro
posed to the cabinet to depose the queen
and declare a provisional government. After
a consultation with six responsible busi
ness men and the whole diplomatic corps
except the United States minister, the cab
inet decided not to depose the queen, and
BO notified the revolutionary leaders, also,
spreading the facts broadcast by a pro
lamation. , ,
The Revolution Takes Place.
The letter goes on to say that the Wilcox
party "was not satisfied with this, but they
with the assistance o: the American minis
ter and the troops f the United States
steamer Boston, enlisted a number of men
to the extent of 200 and aided by the Amer-
uwps too possession and declared
" proclamation a provisional government,
wjuurary to tne constitution now in force
""u ui.rary to the rights of 100,000 people,
population ot this country. The cabi-
uounea me American minister of what
had happened and asked him to assist this
duly authorized government to suppress
. uc U1U noi want to dothat
6t, lrerVJVe the UniU!1 States troops on
board the Boston and we, the government,
could do it ourselves."
declares Stevens' Action Degrading
Stevens replied that he had acknowledged
the provisional government. Colburn says
that this action of Stevens is degrading
Helms acknowledged a mob against the
wishes of the rwople of the islands who are
capable of taking care of themselves and
lie asks: "Cannot America, 'the land of the
lre and the home of the brave,' undo this
great wrong that she, by her troops and
ambassador, assisted to do? Will you use
your influence for usf Act promptly, and
may God assist you and help you."
GANZ'S APPEAL TO HARRISON.
Be Asks That the Hawaiian Appeal Be
The above Las been forwarded to Presi
dent Harrison accompanied by a letter
from Mr. Gauze who says: "As a citizen
ofthb United States I humbly petition
Jon to listen to a few words that have come
tome from the afflicted and distressed
people of Honolulu oity, of Oahu, Hawaii
an islands; a petition Pegging you to not
accede to any of the demands or wishes laid
before you by the commissioners sent to
Washington from Honolulu, In the letter
received from Mr. John F. Ciolbtim. minis
ter of the interior of the Hawaiian islauds,
is contained .a touching, appeal to the 1
Gresham Refuses to Talk.
Chicago, Feb. 9.-Judge Gresham re
fused last night to discuss the dispatch
from New York relative to his acceptance
of a cabinet portfolio. This action on the
part of the eminent j irist, when taken in
conjunction with the questions put to him,
is equivalent to an ai knowledgement that
no Das accepted the premiership. It will
be readily understood that Judge Gresham
could not talk on the subject.
THE WRECK AT PAN A, ILLS.
Barnes 01 idc miled and Most 8erioasly
SPRisoriELD, Ills.,Feb. 9. The baggage
man killed in the wreck Tuesday nirht nn
The Big Four near Pana was named
Roessler. The most seriously iniured of
the other victims are as follows: Fatilly
Two children of Mrs. Laughlin, of Cleve
land; Mrs. Neal, residence unknown. The
were badly hurt: Samuel O. Doolittle. of
Madison, Ind.. exnreai messenger C. T-r
Barr, St. Linuis, express messenger; Mrs.
Armstrong, Birminglam, Ind., internal
injuries; James M. Ni hols. M&t.fcnnn III.
, bruised; C. H. Fox, TiSn, O., internal in
lss Severely Wounded.
The following were severely but not se
riously hurt: Samul Cohen,
Tex., hurt about the head; Fox, bruised
about the head and shoulders; Mail Agents
Conway and DeWitt, hurt about heads;
J. Jf. Nichols, shouller, leg and hand
smashed; W. T. Muse, St. Louis, hand cut
and back injured. Several other passen
gers, whose names could not be learned,
were slightly injured. The train caught
fire, and the baggageman was caught in
the wreck and burned 10 death in fall view
of those who were wati hing but unable to
CHICAGOANS OUGHT TO LOOK OUT.
There Are Syrens Abroad " Lavim For"
the L'nsnspect ug Citizen.
KAPOLE0K, O., Feb. 3. Jennie Gardner
is a very fine-looking woman, and while at
Chicago on a two weeks' visit wet a coal
dealer named Klinehani. who is a widower
with three children. Sin promised to marry
him, provided he woul 1 come to Napoleon
to have the nuptials pe formed. They ar-
Mrivea nere on the fast liae in tfie night, and
Jennie, havii g secure: fSOO which he had
drawn for their weddin tour. Kiincedrt in
gett ing off the train wii bout him, while he
Y""'i:i to go on to Toledo. Return
ing by the next train he had her nrrKt-a.1
lor stealing the money.
" Wldly ln portnnate.
ten arraigned hf.i .1.. u i
duced Khueham to witodmw th -I.;,,.,-
promising she would
(. i - , , J 111 IU X UICU'J.
Napoleon, and wildly imnr,,,i
" lie went and after
vainly coaxing Jennie's
the money, returned to Toledo onli. S
his lady love also missi m. tm.a .u.
aged wooer returned to Jhicaeo "at.ra -
while Jennie is. without dm.h -f,.i '.
the color of his money i 1 some eastern city.
....u.mieiy iouowed. it is certain that
Cannon struck at H.tcon, but not certain
that he hit him. Bacon's right fist landed
on Cannon's forehead and the congressman
llTKtanders Stop the Ficht.
As he went down Bacon stmrL- hi.
J.....O oruismgnis nose. Bystanders now
interfered and pulled the combatants apart.
Bacon went to his breakfast and Cannon
as soon as he had collected himself re
paired to his room. Cannon and Bacon
have been political enemies f..r
aml thpy not been on speaking terms'
since last CMolier. Cannon has claimed
that Bacon failed to support him for con
gn ss in 1890, when he was defeated Last
jrarcmon was a candidate against Can-
uou ior me KepuDlican congressional nomi-
uouuu 111 me iritteenth district. Cannon
was nominated, aud Bacon openly declined
to support him for election.
Ieclijed an Olive Itraneh.
One day last October Cannon went by in.
vitation to a town in Kdgar connty where
the Republicans had a pole-raising and a
political meeting. Both Cannon and Bacon
were advertised to speak. Cannon spoke,
and when he had concluded made some
pleasant allusion to Bacon, who was to fol
low him. Bacon spoke about ten minutes
only, but in that time he gave many rea
sons why he could not vote for Cannon,
fcmce that time the two men have not ex-
cnangeu fnendly greating. Cannon came
to Springfield Monday night, but he and
Bacon bad rot met until yesterday morn
ing. Statements of the T xr
Both men made statements. Cannon
says he was standing by the cashier's desk
when Bacon ran against him. nearly knock
ing him down. As he turned Bacon said
"D n you, do you want all the room?"
and came forward menacingly. Cauncn
threw up his hands, but dues nt tn...
whether he struck at B.i'con or not Imt I
says that Bacon struck or kicked him after
he was down. Bacon says his remark was:
"There is room enough for loth of us," and
that Cannon struck at him.
The Representative Outclassed.
Cannon is 57 years of mre r.f r,,i;.,.
height, and spare form. (Jeorge E. Bacon
is a lawyer, nd is about 40 years of age.
He is tall and built like an athlete. Can
non and Bacon are both Republicans. Xo
further hostilities are expected as the re
sult of the day's encounter. Cannon's
bruises are not serious. He expects to go
to Washington next wee-;, and says he will
not prosecute Senator Bacon for his assault.
, - - --wUwav vy no taU3tU
. u u forre. who blew out a
"vu ilu wnicn liianch was trying
--f-i i,rt ci,ijfj.
4iT.-VrId's fair vriU ope" May 1, and
the Chicago managers say there will be no
delay everything will be ready.
Mary and Kate Grabenhorst, 22 and 16
years of age respectively, daughters of
t red Grabenhorst, prevenu-d a tramu thief
lucr i.iLner in ii(xne county
IU Rtlif nit rt 11 w. I .1 1 . . . .
, - "it "vu u 11 1 1 re I uebiUes.
New Laws for AVinconsln.
f 1 ni,,,v. 1 1 rt .....
reu. v. lima introduced in
vue senate yesterday: Creating a sUte in
surance board to insure citizens: to appro-
viisxwia contingent fund to fight
cf,utu"c uiseases. m the house: To nur-
uuiui ior o,uuo; ror a state
supervision of medical practice; to prevent
iviiiou; to reauce the whiakv
license to 200; to require a marriage
license of persons desiring to marry; to pre-
VPTi r 1 ....... j
. i-u ,u surgery and medi
cine by appointing a state board of exam
iners; requiring dogs to wear collars or die.
Go tell It. ye breeze? , from desert to scs.
TUe "Pre.oription" has triomr-bed. fair woman
is tree 1
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is the nn
princely remedy above all others! Made ex
pressly for women, it I. ad.nted to her -nui
needs, and fulfills averv ivaiiron,. .
condition so critical as to defy it !
No emergency sn great as te baffle itt
uran reetorative and regulator, the
r avonte Prescription" is master of the situs' ion.
rosuneiy guaranteed to give satisfaction in all
l.s.F,ucraoney pswtor !trc,nrnd. The only
iruiuiur ior women sola on trial I
314 BRADY STREET,
The Fall and Wnrn Gooda are now m. DAVENPOPt
Remember we are ehowing the largeEt and meet varS
assortment of Domestic and Imported good9 iQ ,h, S t
citiea. Suits made to your measure from $20 to U0- Tron
srs made to your measure 5 to $12. '
Never before heard of prices,
At G. O. HUCKSTAEDT'S,
1809 and 1811 Second Avenue.
VI Ll WITSSSS TES ISiCGrSATICK.
COUPONS TO BIG BALLOTS.
A New Protection to the Australian
Scheme Illinois Legislation.
Springfield, Feb. 9.-A bill requiring
the Australian ballots to have coupons at
tached was sent to third reading in the sen
ate yesterday. When a yoter takes a ballot
the judge tears of the coupon and when
the yoter returns to deposit his ballot it is
compared with the coupon. Eulogies were
delivered on the late Senator Matthews,
and also on the late ex-Secretary Blaine',
resolutions in both cases being adopted by
a standing vote. A resolution was intro
duced asking congress to withdraw the
paper money and replace it with aluminum
coin to protect the people from cholera.
A resolution was introduced providing for
a sunve of the Kaskaskia and Cache
rivers with a view of deepening them and
draining the contiguous country.
Micreasor to I'hocion Howard.
Bacon wanted the rules suspended and a
resolution passed making Mary Howard a
reading clerk in place of her husband, Pho
cion Howard, but there was opposition and
the resolution, like the others noted, went
over. Bills were introduced: To extend the
time for open polls in cities to 7 p. m.; to
repeal the pharmacy aud dentistry board
laws; to give managers of soldiers' homes
authority to draw the pensions of inebriate
inmates. The house joint resolution on
the World's fair Sunday was tjikn
adopted after Berry had moved to table it
and been defeated 31 to 16.
Lively UebHte io the Houss.
There was a warm discussion in the
house over a bill regulating tbe employ,
ment of children under Id years of a-e In
order to bring the Demotr its into a "posi
tion inconsistent with that which they hold
on the education questi.iu, the K-publicans
offered an amendment providing tbat "ttiis
act siifti.l not ls soconstruei as to iuterfecs
with the right of parents to control l heir
owucwwitn anauirect their employment "
It was finally adopted on roll call 8;. to 41
and the bill ordered to third reading. Hi;ld
were introduced: To regulate rates of iuta--est;
providing for the building of im
proved roads; reducing tbe ae of consent
to Id years; regulating the times of year lu
which horse racing is permitted. The bill
to repeal the sparrow bounty law ws
Orlando Leman, aged Its, leveled a pistol
at his brother and pulled the trigger. His
brother is dead. Didn't know it was loaded.
t ne road to
n nine ton of-erinethejrreat-
in tne way of
train servioe is
me I hena; ealte
nd Ohio Ky.,
" "'"Bn me hat
til fields nf VI..
f inis and West
the most pictur
The F. F. V
is the only din
it-sT car train.
All the thmnh
trains are light
ed with eiec-
iriCJIV. Ind -...
eatea witn steam. For lowest excursion rates
and complete information apply to nearest
t cketapent, or address C B. K i AN, awis'sjit
general passenger sgenUCIncinnati. O.
Sour Mash Whisky
KOHN & ADLEB, Market Square.
J. Mi CHRISTY.
IE1I0F1CTDBEB OF CBACKEBS UO tM
Ask Yonr Grocer for Them.
They its V
. The Christy "Otstxb" and Chritty "Tiro-
Opposite Harper's Thtatre.
RE YOU IN NEED?
Want a cook
Want a partner
Want a stoa'ion
Want to rent rooms
Want a servant girl
Want to sell a farm
Want to sell a bone
Want to exchange anything
Want ta sell household goods
Want to make any real estate loans
Want to soil or trade for anything
Want to find customers for anything
USB THESE COLUMN'S.
GEORGE SCHATEB, Proprietor
HOI Second Avenue, Osrner of Sixteenth Street,
The choicest Wine. Liquors. Beer and Cigars always on Hand
IW Loses Every Day
Sandwiches Fonusned on Sbort Notice.
rH k daily akgcs delivered at your
door evr evening for liHc Pr week.
I?OK RKNT A COTTAGE HOUSE ROO TWEN
1 ty-foarth street. Apply on premises.
T UT -I ARG8 PICKKTBOK CONTINIKG
inn-ve pa ers ouo.ewara ir left all
ARcL'sotu e v . J. Untrikiu.
OkT-A MT.e rn t n r: now it ro
1 ' nnie ot "is ii ' i:tru n tttt: ir rtn...n....i.
22. T Fourilt i-Vt'llue Mid reci-ivv regard.
T7AVTBrt FURyiSH'D a OM WITTIfX
aeilolin pns i.tn-.-, bv yoang bugUcfs
man. Ad.lr.st. P O. tx SC.. city.
IftTKl.t J JENT OEN'TLEMBN f'F tAtQH
reonali taire wantu to rourtrent 'he AKE r
FUNa. II nlmiiiH rirome. AdrehS. with rtf-
ervjLce;, aauner, 447 Hookerj. Cbicaipi. 111.
INT IMIUViS TCI 'ELt 07H CHOICE
it d bird .ur,r StoiU. We have n.iinv
w .i inir p. riom in xrnitw a'! ornameniaM,
ton" r, which a e coot lkd oi'r ty ns. We
p ruia.mi -tion ir fulry. jite ns at once for
tetm. hiiI niciire cbo-ct of territory. May
Drviucrn. t. raervaien, rsocnesier. iM. i.
WAKTr.D-A LIVH MAN O't WOMAN IS
everr coomy vhere e have not alreaiv -
enred a r.preseatattve to eell our "Nev.tUa fcll
ver1 Solid MeU.1 IL'ivcs, V :rks and iponLS to
cunatmcrs; a volid mttaJ ss white a dvr; no
p-aie io wear uk;eoocs fro a -an teed Vt wta. t
nrelime; rost anont one tectu that of si var; he
rbsnee of a li'ctim ; ac. nu xvernn e from f .V) to
$lt0 ier week aud meet with ready tales every
where, to e-ea-; is the 'em md lor onr Hn Id
Met. Onuds . over On Million Do'lars' worth ot
food in dallv . Owe of camples fretw Ad
resa t liverwaro Co., 133 Essex street, Boston,
UW.SecoDi Street. OAYENPOBI.IOWI