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Gathered from All Quarters. CONGRESS. Sbhati, Feb. . The Anglo-American ar- 1 bltratloa treaty again occupied nearly the wkela time ot the session which was eon ducted behind closed doors. Hoosi Two pension bill vetoes of Presi dent Cleveland were overruled. They were for the benefit of Rachel Patton and Caro line Mowstt, widows of soldiers, who had re mrrled and lost their second husbands. The bills were vetoed upon the ground that tbelr passage would establish a dangerous prece dent The conference report on the Immigra tion bill was agreed to en to S7. Tula Is the third distinct proposition that the home has passed on this subject. WisamoTow, Feb. 10. The senate and house met together to witness the couutlng of he returns of the electoral vote for president and vice president of the United States. Sen ators Lodge and Blackburn acted as tellers tor the sensle and Messrs. Grosvenor and Rlohard aon for the house. After the count waa finished the result was announced as follows: For yresident. William McKinley 2TI : W. J. Bryan ITS; for vice president Garrett A. Hobart 871: Arthur SewaU U8; Thomas Watson . The Joint session then dissolved the senate re turned to Its chamber snd the house adjourned. Se agricultural appropriation bill was passed by the senate and Mr. Morgan withdrew the Nicaragua canal bill, stating that he would tring It up at the extra session of congress. Siiuti, Feb. 11. The diplomatic and consu lar appropriation bill, cair.ing an aggregate of tl.SB ,ttm, was passed. It was agreed to have the vote on the conference report on the la.ml fretlon bill taken at i p m. on the 17th Tne remainder of the session wss passed In execu tive session on the arbitration treaty. House. A semicolon in the bill providing for the refunding of the bonded Indebtedness of the territories, and Arizona In particular, caused much debate on the monetary question. After two hours' talk the bonds, other than the Arizona gold bonds named, were made payable la "lawful money of the United States," and the bill was passed Tbe sundry civil spproprl atlon bill was reported. The fortifications ap propriation bill was passed and the post office appropriation bill was dlsoussed for an hour. No action was taken. St.MATS. Feb. 11!. The special expensts of the senste for the Inauguration ceremony were provided for by the passage on the 12th ot a Joint resolution appropriating li.OOO for the purpose. A resolution was agreed to directing the aeoretary of stste to use his good offices nth the Spanish government to have Sylves ter Scovel, the American newspaper correg. S indent recently arrested In Cuba, removed to avana In order that be may be under the snore Immediate care and protection of the United States consul general. Then the gal teriea were cleared, the doors olosad and con sideration of the arbitration treaty was re sumed. Hocsa The day was devoted to considera tion of the post office appropriation bill. One or two amendments of minor Importance were greed to and the bill passed. The sundry civil appropriation bill was Uken up and Its first reading begun. Sbsatb, Feb. 11 A Joint resolution wss passed to have a nsval vessel placed at the Ouposal of the Ban Franclseo ohamber of com saeroe to transport wheat and eorn contributed by ( alifornie and Oregon for the relief ot the (amlne-strioken poor of India, Instead of a naval vessel the secretary of the navy may Barter a suitable American steamship. The accessary appropriations was provided. Con sideration of the arbitration treaty occupied the remainder of tbe day. House -Discussion of the sundry elvll ap propriation bill gave opportunity for several speeches upon topics, ranging from the policy ef river snd harbor Improvements to Cuban In' dependence. WASHINGTON. The fortifications appropriation bill has been reported by the committee on appropriations to the house of repre sentatives. The measure carries a total aC 9, 178,825. No new works are au thorized. The president has forwarded to the senate the nomination of Carroll D. Wright, of Massachusetts, to be com' miss ion er of labor a reappointment The official report of Naval Con structor Linnard of his examination of the cruiser Brooklyn states that the vessel's Injuries are more serious than at first reported and it will probably take three weeks to remedy the dam' age, at an expense which may reach $50,000. It is estimated that the appropria tions which will be made by the pres ent congress will aggregate 8538,618, 000. Appropriations first session, 8515, (45,000. Grand total for the Fifty fourth congress, 81,044,463,000. EAST. The death of Rev. William Eincaid, 56 years old, secretary of the Congrega tiond Home Missionary society, oc curred at Brooklyn, N. Y., on the 12th. Beginning March 1, the Pittsburg and western selling agencies of the w'a 'ow glass manufacturers will ad-vaiH-c prices per cent, in the cen tral and western districts. At n meeting of the Joint Traffic as hociiii...n held in New York City on the lltlt Chauncey M. Dcpew was unani mous v elected chairman of the board of cont rol. Tin- West Shore railroad shops in Frankfort, N. Y., will be removed to WfHi Albany Bnd Depew early in Maroh. Seven hundred men are thus thr. u n out of employment. Tl.o b'.ll to make April 27, 1897, Gen. Orap t's birthday, a half holiday in New York state has passed the New York senate. At Huston, Pa., on the 12th the body of Andrew Picket, aged 77 years, a prominent retired merchant, was found hanff ai' to a bedpost in his room. He had been in ill health and very de spondent for a long time. The collector of the port at Phila delphia, acting upon instructions re ceived from the treasury department, has withdrawn the clearance papers which had been granted the steamer Be i-m i. da. The morocco glazers' strike at Phila delphia shows no change. About 600 hands are out. 1 u several factories the strikers' places are being filled by boys. Wiliium M. Rysdick, a prominent yountf lawyer at Newark, N. J., has Hod with SI, 700 belonging to Croomer & King, silk painters, who were his clients. The differences between the Eleanor Iron Co. and its striking employes at Hollidaysburg, Pa., have been ad justed and the works resumed opera tions on the 15th after several months' ld.efjCKS. The puddlers have accepted a wnge scale pf $'!. "5 per ton. The worsted mi1 Is in Rhode Island aliovv indications of a business revival. Tho Weybossu mills in Olneyville, which have been running only 40 hours a week, started the preparatory de partments on full time on the 15th and the Llppitt woolen mills at Woonsocket have issued orders for resumption. Fir destroyed a business block in the town of Mars, Pa., on the 18th that caused a loss which is variously estimated at from 850,000 to $1 00,000. WEST AND SOUTH. The wages of all the employes of the Metropolitan Iron and Land Co., of which the Illinois Steel to. is chief stockholder, have been cut 10 per cent at their mines in the Gogebie range. D. W. Hare, an ex-congressman, diet suddenly at his home in Upper San dusky. O., on the 10th. An incendiary fire burned nearly 3D buildings, including the business part of Piano, Tex., on the 12th. The loss is upwards of $100,000, with practically no insurance. The post office was de stroyed, but the mails ware saved. The Wisconsin Odd Fellows' Life In- aurance Co. made an assignment on the 11th and John L. Fulton, of White water, Wis., was appointed receiver at the general offices in Milwaukee. Dur ing the past year over S.000 members have dropped out. The company was organized In 1889. After many mouths of idleness, the mills of the Illinois Steel Co. 's works at South Chicago have started in full blast with a force of about 8,000 men. Wages all along the line were cut from 10 to 13 per cent. The death of Gen. Joseph Shelby, a well-known commander in the Confed erate army, occurred on the 13th at his farm near Adrian, Mo. At East St Louis, 111., on the 13th the Tudor iron works started up with a force of 500 hands. About 250 more men will be given employment soon. Harry Davis, a member of the Strat- ton (rang of robbers wanted at North Baltimore, O., for the murder of Night Watchman Joseph Baker, on the 21st of last June, was arrested at Denver, Col., on the 15th, having been betrayed by his brother. The Merchants' national bank at Helena.'Mont.. failed on the 13th. The bank had at the date of its last exam' inatlon a capital of $350,000, owed in dividual depositors $981,000; United States funds on deposit, $70,000. While in a fit of insanity at Lexing ton, Ky., on the 13th John Morris, I prominent business man, killed his 4-year-old son John, shot his daughter Helen and tried to kill his sister Ida. He then took his own life. A disastrous blizzard raged over Min nesota, both Dakotas and western Wis consin on the 13th. Snow fell steadily for 13 hours and some of the drifts are ten feet deep. FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. As a precaution against the bubonic plague the Russian government has forbidden pilgrimages of Moslems to Mecca through Russian territory ud has also refused to allow Russian Christians to visit the shrines in the east The missing crew of the British steamer Cyanus, from Bllboa for Glas gow, which was reported lost off Ushant, have arrived safely at Au dlerne, France. It was supposed that the men had been drowned. Advices from Nicaragua show that a terrible state of affairs prevails there in the labor market and the system of selling labor has resulted in reducing large numbers of men, women and children to a state of slavery. A dispatch from Havana states that 300 families have arrived in the city of Santa Clara from the country in a piti able condition. Their homes have been destroyed by the Spanish troops, who are destroying everything of value in the province outside the cities and towns. LATER. Br direction of the president a con gressional medal of honor has been presented to Michael Sowers, of Im perial, Pa., late private Co. L, Fourth Pennsylvania cavalry, for most distin guished gallantry in action at Stony Creek station, Va., December 1, 1804. Tun issue of $10,000,000 in paper money by the Spanish in Cuba is con sidered as the first signal of bankruptcy in Spain, to be followed by a general suspension of specie payments. C'oNHiDKKAUi.K excitement has been created by the discovery in Randsburg, Cal., of ore capable of producing $8,000 in gold to the ton. Jacu F. Sheaffer, a distiller and liquor dealer of Lancaster. Pa., has confessed jtidgment to relatives for $13,846, and Internal Revenue Collector Shearer has seized all of Sheaffer'a property, including distillery, bonded warehouse and retail liquor store, on a claim by the government for $45,407 The comptroller of the currency has declared a first dividend of 20 per cent, to the creditors of the First National Bank of Ithaca, Mich., and a third divi dend of 10 per cent., making in all 50 per cent, on the Farmers' National Hunk of Portsmouth, O. The exports of grain from Philadel phia since January 1 are the largest in years. Up to tho present time nearly 3.5 " bushels of corn and 300,000 buhi. ., of wheat have been shipped to Europe. The treasury deficiency for the first half of February is $3,858,500 and for the seven and a half months of the cur rent fiscal year to date $47,713,300. Thomas D. Wim.iams, for the pust 18 years chief operator of the Western Union Telegraph Co. in Pittsburg, and well-known to the fraternity through out the country, died ou the 15th. Mr. Williams had been connected with the Western Union for more than 30 years. A l,AHB portion of the session of the scnute on the lfitta was occupied In a discussion be hind distil diors o( u joint resolution intro duced by Mr. Moriiun providing or tbe ubroga- tlon of the ( myton-llulwcr treaty with En gland. When the secret s.Rsion ei do I the conference report on the leg.alntive. executive and judicial appropriation bill was nxreed te and 2. private pension bills and a number ot miscellaneous bills were passed .... The home disposed of a large amount of buslntss The met Important measure passed was the sun dry civil appropriation bill, carrying- a total of about 1511.000,00 . Among the other bills passed were the following: To supply the national guards of the various states with modern Springfield rifles; lending tents to the city of Buifalo, N. Y., for use of Orand Army encamp ment next summer : furnishing a vessel to carry supplies to the famine-stricken people of India. A DEFIANT ATTITUDE. I Th Greek Uovernmeut Annnuucee Its In tuition- to Occupy Crete The Fowere Land Troops at Canes. - -f Canea, Crete, Feb. 18. The Greek flotilla is lying at anchor outside of tbe cordon which has been formed by the warships of the powers and will not be permitted to come any nearer. The foreign ships are practically blockad ing Retimo and Canea. The number of insurgents gathered around Canea is estimated at 12,00'). One hundred men each from the Russian, French, Br tish and Italian fleets at Canea and 50 Austrlans have been landed under command of an Italian officer and have occupied Canea, the Turkish officials having given their assent to the step. . The Turks, nder cover of four guns of the fort, made a sortie on Saturday upon the Halepa quarter of the town, where a hot fight ensued, resulting . in the Turks' being driven back by the Christians and retiring to the forts. After nightfall 1,700 Moslems made another sortie which was stoutly op posed by the Christians. The fighting which ensued was of a most dosperate character and the losses on both sides were heavy. The Moslems finally re turned to the fortress. London, Feb. 10. The Standard prints a dispatch from its Athens cor respondent saying that the powers have decided to authorize the prepara tion of a new charter for Crete, the chief feature of which is the autonomy of the island, under the joint rule of the powers. Berlin, Feb. 18. The many rumors concerning what actually occurred in Athens as a result of the two confer ences of the diplomatic representatives of the powers Sunday, and the subse quent representation of the conclusions arrived at by the conference to Premier Delyannis, M. Bouree, the French minister, being the spokesman of the diplomats, have been set at rest by a semi-official statement, which was given out here Monday. According to this statement, M. Delyannis upon being notified of the action of the for eign ministers, which notice was put in the form of a protest against the action which Greece has taken In Crete, asked that time be allowed him in which to formulate a reply. This request hav ing been granted, M. Delyannis com municated to the diplomats, through M. Bouree, an answer to their protest. The Greek premier declared without qualification that it is the purpose of Greece to occupy Crete. BANKER ST. JOHN IS DEAD. Prominent HUverlte uud Treasurer of the Democratic National Committee Passes Away. New YonK, Feb. 16. William P. St, John, ex-president of the Mercantile na tional bank, and treasurer of the demo cratic national committee, died suddenly at his home in this city Sunday night WIM.IAM V. ST. JOHN. William Pope St John was bora In Mobile. Ala,. In 1847. His father, who was also a bank er, gave blm an academical education. Mr. St John came to this city when a young man, and soon took charge of the credit department ol the old sugar trust. Then he became Inter ested In the Mercantile national bank, and eventually became president of that Institution. For many years he was widely known as a close student of financial i roblt-ras, and frequently contributed to current literature on thoseaub- iects- At neurly all gatherings to discuss mon etary problems Mr. St. John was an easily rec ognized figure. His tendency towards free silver sentiments was tho reason for much comment among hie fellow bankers In this city, and when last year he accepted th") oltlce of trensurer of the allied silver forces he reslgne I his position as piesi dent of the bank. On tho first of the year Mr. St. John was droppe.'. as a director of the Mer cantile national bank of this city. In Decem ber last ho became a member of the Produce exohange. ' THEY MUST STRETCH HEMP. Gov, Bradley 8hj-s He Will Mot Interfere In the Jackson-Walling I ases. Covisoton, Ky., Feb. 1. There is no hope for executive clemency for Scott Jackson and Alonzo Walling', the murderers of Pearl Itryan. Sheriff O'Donnell, of Kenton county, made a trip to Frankfort to see Gov. Uradley and secure from him a requisition for the return to Kentucky of Jack Herri man, a notorious circus "grafter," who is wanted in Covinxton for plying his trade some time ajro. During the con-, ference between Gov. Uradley and O'Donnell the cases of Jackson and Walling were mentioned by the for-1 mcr. He asked the sheriff his opinion of the various phases of the affair. O'Donnell gave it. "Well," said the governor, "1 think both Jackson and Walling are great rascals and 1 shall not interfere with the decision of the courts." O'Donnell started for Charleston, S. C, where llerriihan was being held. At Georgetown he received a message from Charleston that Herriman had es caped from the police and that no trace of him could be found. McKlnley Is 111. Canton, Feb. 18. Maj. McKinley was unable to receive any of the numerous politicians who were here Monday. He is suff ering with a mild attack of influenza aud was confined to his bed until evenk'u. when the family physician permitted him to sit up for a time. Dr. Phillips the attending phy sician, says Mr. McKinley will be un able to receive any one for several days. A Had Failure. Chicago, Feb. 18. The Chicago In terior Decora tin? Co. made an assio-n- 1 ment Monday. The assets of the con cern are said to be $18,000, and the liabilities are estimated at $102,000. ST m trim RlAawls JMMw fret W, H, Fetka, who tnakea apeoialty of EdII-osv. hat without doubt treated and cur ed more cases than any living Physician his access is astonishing. We hav heard of cases ot so years' standing cared by larcra not- II of his absolute cure, free to any sufferers who mav send ' air P. O. and Kttrjrass address. We advise any on wishing a care to address fttt. W. B. Hon. I. 4 Cedar St, lew Tarn OHIO NEWS.' Itnia of Int - -. ran All seotlons of the State. Boy Motored. CtiVBi.AND, Feb. lit. Roy Cronen- berger, aged 7 years, of No. 28 Oregon street, was almost instantly killed Monday afternoon. The little fellow was playing in the street in front of No. 159 Erie street and attempted to cross in front of an eastbound St Clair street car. Miscalculating the distance of the car and the speed at which it was moving, he stepped across the tracks and would have reached the other side in safety had his foot not slipped, causing him to fall to the ground. The car dragged him a short distance and mutilated the body to the extent of cutting off the top of his skull. Fatally Injured. Bowi.ins Gukrn, Feb. 13. Charles Dlckerson, a tool dresser on the Low farm, near this place, was. fatally in jured Friday whi e working In an oil derrick. In shooting the well a l eavy piece o: cast iron, known as the "go devil," used to explode t .e shot, blew out and lodged in the crown pul ey. It fell 6-. feet and struck Dickcrson on the head, fracturing his skull. New Steel Plant for Canton. Canton-. Feb. 10. The Crucible Steel Co. has organized here and has pur chased a site to begin the erection of a plant. The company claims that u new process has been discovered bv one of the men interested. The plant will be put into shape at once for the purpose of supplying the demand already created for the product. , Saner Is Acquitted. Dkpiaxck, Feb. 12. After two trials a jury here Thursday acquitted el banker Andrew Sauer of the charge of perjury. Sauer was cashier of the De fiance Savings bank when it failed for SU5.000 in 1892. and it was charged that he had sworn to false reports of the bank's condition to the state audi tor. Receipts of Two State Office. Coi.UMiii'8. Feb. 16. Secretary ' of Ptate Kinney yesterday turned in to the state treasury as the collections of his office for the quarter Since he as sumed office, $!6.S53.40, of whict $784 wan for sales of Howe's histories. State Food Commissioner McNeal turned in f rom'his office SJ43. 75. Mast Take Down the Bridge. 'V Ashtabula, Feb. 16. A dispatch worn Washington - says that the su preme court yesterday affirmed the de cision of the supreme court of Ohio in the Ashtabula bridge case, holding that the Lake Shore railroad must either take down the bridge or provide a suitable draw. Fatal Boiler Explosion. Yoi'Nustown, Feb. 13. By the ex plosion Thursday evening of the boiler at Lee s coal mine, in Weathersneld, ten miles northwest of this city, John WUlqck, aged 54 years, was killed and Wesley Kyle and J. G. Vetter badly scalded by escaping steam. Bio cause is known for the explosion. Bobbed by Masked Men. Wooster, Feb. 13. Five masked men gained entrance to the farm residence of W. V. Knox, near Apple Creek, Thursday evening, and bound and gagged the old couple, who were nearly dead when discovered. The villains secured about 8150 and a lot of jewelry Adopted the Biennial Session Plan. Columbus, O., Feb. 13. The national convention of the Catholic Order of Foresters adjourned yesterday to meet at liurlington, Vt., in June, 1890, hav ing adopted the proposed amendment in the constitution changing the con ventions from annual to biennial. Will Repair Lorain Docks. Lorain, Feb. 12. The C, L. & W. Railway Co. is making preparations for extensive repairs on the docks here this spring. The hoist that was blown .down last fall will be replaced, and the chances are favorable for new hoists to be erected. Relief Fund Started. Nii.ks, Feb. 13. It has become neces sary to start a poor fund in order to help a number of deserving sufferers. A number of workingmen have not had to exceed ten days' work since July, and are in very straitened circum stances. UNHAPPY LIVES... are most frequently caused by indigestion, are they not ? B SMITH'S ILEBEAHo are an absolute specific for this torturing malady as well as consti pation, biliousness and sick-headache. Nearly all druggists sell them .sc. per bottle. 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Monday morn ing work was resumed in the Massillon mines, in accordance with the terms of the resolution adopted Saturday after noon, declaring the strike at an end. Aged Pensioner Die. Sidney, Feb. 16. Sarah J. Wilson, a pensioner of the war of Itia, died here Monday, of pneumonia. She was 82 years of age. Her husband died 20 years ago at the age of 93. Big Collections. Columbus, Feb. 16. State Insurance Commissioner Matthews on Monday turned into the state treasury as the receipts of his office for the quarter just ended 883,174.77. which is 122,000 more than ever turned in for this quar ter; 825,000 more than last year, and 133,000 more than in 1894. A Revival In Business. YOUNG8.TOWN, Feb. 16. The Ohio Steel Co. is operating double turn and is on one of its longest runs made since its erection. Other iron mills will re sume operations to-day, and matters look much brighter in the industrial line than for many months. Lands In Central Wisconsin. 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