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WHEELING W. VA.. TUESDAY|MORNING, FBBRUARY 7, 188b
25.
0> AND COMMENT.
I UK WKATHBK.
• l'euB\vlvauia and Ohio: Local
. ;u>-■ urn portions, ia r weather. follow
m m- uthern portion»; wanner.
.«Mer. tiüht lo fr*»h winds. shift
* . u, - V-.ncinia Kair weather. followed
»ann. lb!low«! hy colder, light
•' ,V »îuftiu* U> weeterif
V Timfn contain* a long
editorial. in which it reiterates
N|, -vioi.> lie-« about Went Virginia «ml
,<its i «' H.ithici.ds«i* the mur
:ad l>arluriaiis its sensational corrt
v.j.i at -.»ui they were. It refers to hi«
>.,lii»i loD^ t-xploded lit« a* "circam
I jafuil ^taremente, written trom
f4,.Un>e obtained oa the 9pot.''|
Wait up®*"' the Timn
»•r^pouJent c«> k«o Logiu county,
\l>it Virginia * This i* where all the re
murder* have been committed, and
. xitur.iily the »pot where a newspaper
■ iat wubvd t > print the tttith wonld go to
,)«, lor t •it' ùcts Hut the Tim* - did not
lit iii.tu ihtic It sent to l'ike conn
^,-b"! -v. Ih«> home of the MrCuv
„'sr<ler«*'s in I where nine West Yirgin
13
,,».s Ii« >n jail. who were kid
by the M» C«»Y baud. There it
th, il< C'»>ys' version of the affair.
- -uevll^t'y relnscd to print the other
.. »< I tî.< -tory t.s ^iveu by disinterested
k,ii;!eui'-u of undoubted integrity, who
û,.f I» u to i.oguu count? the ageut of
, ,,v Wu -•n, and the alii davit* of the
HwriKll'- themselves. The Kki.istek
la.- pro »vu that tiov. Wilson at whom
i;;e . principally directe iL* attacks
hi, ii-r.l every endeavor to get at the truth
„i the a;>air and suppress disorder*, ha«
i-juipited W'tk the request of the Covernor
oi Kentucky for a requisition for the at*
t i«-l II vfKiKt.tw and was lirst to order
t Vf.. to the seen«- Thin it» proven by the
•.! documents secured and published
|.k t.ic Ke»h>i kk, and which conld tu
n<.. h.ue been secured by the Innen, but
tac . tcfu>es to say a word of this,
beyond a mere misleading reference. A
pertinent >|tiery i.*: Why'' Is it because
the /'«ix i* KVpublicau aud tiov
eru.-r W11 « »N is a I »eiuocrat and
ftV-t \irgu>ia I»« tuo«.ratic? It wonld
xx-:u >•» trotu the very bitterness
with which ttie Tim*• calls lor a political
ihatu'" iu the t>overntneut of West Vir
g.u«.». it-» persist* nt references to the H VT
• a-< Democrats and its steadfast re
ta^al to give the West Virginiaus coo
icrutii .1 heariU}:.
HI." il«!' Win (MUIII u, lu WUipilUKWi,
if où »t"* steadfast partisanship It, very
«• . Î - r j r ; y, iiunk-i the Kepuldiuui tournais
«•! tii. stire ire uot able to tight their own
politi«.ki battu*.
(■.:t our contemporary wiil
a.- ; ^ra»;t us (o s»y tint its Peuusylvauta
method* wiU cot work iu West Virginia.
v<f-: Virifitn•in .Jo not regtrd this Hat
fiK Mt t"'-. utluir as a politics! matter
Wk th»y !;uow that politic has uoth
»J.- whatever to do with it. There is no
in :L«- puerai condemnation with
•hirh the T-«u* Kentucky Ii« meets iu
this M.ite i i-i the S ir»- word ot the Me
t'ȕ- ot Kentucky, who. it lias been
..oV'U, ba\e . ••amitted murder audarson
c e-t \ rjMiui hy wholesale, tbe TiW*
iliiuti» this -1 »:,» the eyes of its reader*
ami *hile printing colutuo alter column
iron the Mi f.iv refuses absolutely
to tive :ktiy oae irom West Virginia a hear
iav or twu t.» print tbe official docu
ments which ruay lie found on tile in the
oäetsol the (..tverunr of West Virginia and
the Governor o: Kentucky.
Tee 7 # w* stirs •
iue If.i'ti lils m.iy I»»- ' j^ood citizens"
• .yii ny tiic West Vir^iuia standard, but
- iri' if'iilty of the murders as charged
neverthel. ^. Tfiev may I* bosom friends
asthry are valued political supporters of
-or Wilson. hut ttiey are cutthroat«, as
«a-sn». tuu-derers, ail the same.
•^n ' ,f wake« this remarkahle charge on
! ' 're and nasupport.nl word of the Mc
t"- and in the lace of absolute
pr>¥»i to the contrary.
It t> time to cill a halt on this sort of
thion.
• •< ikt. K'ifciiEK, ot Bellaire, who so
promptly sat dowu on I he attempt of one
or two o(1ie:«His permis to stop the .sale of
tbe S'\V|> VY Kcui^tkk in Hellaire, will
read with interest the remarks of Rev.
^ ELI.* lietore «he regular meeting
t'f•*«>>■ terian ministers »t I'hiladelpbia.
• Ir. Wem.s says tha: the representative
newspapers all aid and maintain the
tan n li-ion : that the Sunday news
P^l-rri have 10me to stay, and reach more
P«K>le th.;n doe» the pulpit. If Sunday
P-P*1'1 are to !,e suppressed bei-sum they
font tin jc iilar news, why tot the polit
ical >riBon Mr. Witi.ts speaks for tbe
re-'hyteriau church, and all who do not
themselves better than everybody
tls* *'»•! applaud him.
- .
HNri.v:;, K, .speakitiK iu the Keichstag on
Military ».ill, said that since the elec
tion ot C \r\ut .«» fsr as Prance was con
trit i| the proepei-t had become more
He apprehended no attack from
rtu'' """d the situation must not he
_U. '' ,ro:a Pres>l commenta. Tbe speech
*&oop*d „j, tll<, -f<K.k mHrket
A liEui^rtk reporter has discovered to
^Public the identity of tbe notorious
in -y Mur«.ax, now m the Columbus,
pfOitentiary under seutence of death
1 murder ot Infective Ht'Ll.lUAN at
WUnlü'r1 tVbnMUV- "H1,nk-V"
be Ji>h,\xi\ Cakki ihkks, of Mount
1 !^sant, o
IT» tir Bu v*aa the »c*ne ol another dis
tarhauce je»tetdajr. The strikers attacked
non union u»en, anil stones and sticks
äe* thick uud i.vt through the air. So
><u uo one ha» beard the Pittsburg Tim*»
»ecu* t;0\. Wtol being the prime
oov« in the riot.
•'»•t -KKNuR Bka\ RK declares that he
*ül not i««ae an order for troops to sup
ply the Shenandoah riots. Not until
tv«ry other tueans has bee":«ihaaated will
tie mditia be called out.
Ths trial ol Mrs. Robinson, the "Sum
^tviUe Borgia,'' tor the murder of ber
btother in-law, was begun yeaterdny.
Habeas oorpi;s procaedi ngs will be in
stated by Gov. Wilson to secure the re
'«** of the Hatfikllh.
^hk Metropolitan L'.ank ba^ suspended
P*?tofcnt. a «peculative Vice President
too much for it.
CON(; R KSSION A L WO KK !
PROCEEDINGS IN THE UPPBK AND LOWER i
HOUSETOP CONGRESS
RW'ili?b»re«r Summarily Suppressed m the Senate—
A Boat With Sherman — Mr. Pia« s Little
Talk—Work m the House - Speaker
Pro Tem. Thanked.
Washington, February G —In tbeSen
ate to-day, alter the discharge of routine
bustnes, Mr. Hoar reported a resolution
for a joint meeting of the two houses ot
Congress and an oration by the Chief
Justice on the anniversary Ott he inaugura
tion ot Constitutional Government.
Mr. Voorhees stated that he hoped this
would be followed by *orae proposition to
bring representatives of all the American
republics together on this occaaiou.
Mr. Hoar said this was under considera
tion.
Mr. Riddleberger took the floor and
slated that an international matter having
been re ter red to. it was perhaps in order
to discuss his resolution for consideration
in open session of the British extradition
treaty. He held that treaty in his hand,
hut could not rt'er to it without violating
an injunction o;' secrecy. If tbe Senate
Foreign Relations Committee proposed an
important amendment to that treaty, tbe
public was entitled to know what it was
and who favored it. He asked the Chair
man of the Foreign Relations Committee
whether he would answer that question.
Senator Sherman replied that he mightas
well he asked whether he would pick a
pocket or commit another crime or viola
tion of his dnty as a Senator and a gentle
man. He wonld call the Senator trom Vir
ginia to order.
The chair announced that any reference
to executive ! nsineas was a violation of the
rules and an impropriety which he would
preveut. He cautioned Mr. Riddleberger
uot to tTausgress further.
Mr. Riddleberger replied by a personal
attack on Mr. Shermau and a reference to
bus letter to a political club announcing
the \ote which he iutended to cast in secret
sessiou on the Lamar nomination. He
said that he would accept the decisiou of
the chair, although the couutry was en
titled to the information which he had
sought to bring out in open session.
Tbe constitutional centennial resolution
was then adopted.
The Mutational bill having been laid
before the Senat* was temporarily laid
aside, at the request of Mr. Platt, who
proceeded to address the Senate upon the
President's message
"Is the Presideut a free trader?" he
asked. It hew.is he ought to be willing
to l>e called on«. He had sent to Congress
at its opening the mast remarkable paper
ever submitted to auy Congress by a Chief
Executive. No other President had ever
ignored all >|iiestions, but one.
The President had called import duties
a scheme f»r the benetit ot manufactu.ers.
Had tbe President heard of the duty'on
steel rails' It was |17 a ton, and steel
rails had been sold in this country as low
as f>0 a ton, which wonld put the cost,
le-s tarit)', at (11.50 a ton, and no
Kur.) peau manu facturera could make steel
rails that cheap and ship them to this
country.
Mr Piatt declared that either the Presi
dent in his message intended free trade or
else he was not dealiug fairly with the
American people
Without finishing his speech Mr. Piatt
yielded for an executive session and Sen
ate soon after adjourned.
CARLISLE AT WORK.
He Takes HI* Heat Amid Applause— Mr.
White .Seated.
W VSHIN'OTOX, D. G'., February 6.—
Rising to a question of privilege, Mr.
White, of New York, had read a newspa
per extract to the eß'ect that he had a
privat«? telegraph wire from his otfice in
New York to his committee room in the
House, and was in the constant receipt of
business meases. Mr. White branded
statement a.-» utterly and maliciously
fitlw.
Under the call of States, the following
bills and resolution* were introduced and
reft- rred
Mr. Christman, of Michigan—Resolu
tions of the Detroit Board of Trade in
favor of a postal telegraph.
Ky Mr. Chandler, of Georgia—For re
funding I nited States 4 percent, bonds
into 2* per cent. bonds.
By Mr. Butterworth, of Ohio, to extend
the trade and commerce of the United
State» and to provide a full reciprocity
between the United State-« and the Domin
ion of Canada.
At the conclusion of the call of States,
Speaker Carlisle entered the chamber and
resumed his official duties amid a round of
applause. A resolution thanking Mr. Cox
for theableaud impartial manner in which
be had performed the duties of Speaker
pro tem was unanimously adopted, and Mr.
Cox acknowledged the compliment in an
appropriate speech. The llonse then re
sumed consideration of the Lowry White
election case. After lull discussion Mr.
Crisp. Chairman of the Elections Commit
tee, moved the pre vie us question upon the
resolutions -ubmitted by the majority
of the committee Mr. Rowell, of Illinois,
moved as a substitute the resolution pre
sented by the minority declaring the sit
ting member White) ontitled to the seat.
The substitute was agreed to.
H>R WEST VIRGINIANS.
The I ist ot IVnslou* Urauted und lu
CTMUll.
Specuu r<Utjram to the RegiMcr.
Washinuton, February G.—Pensions
have be<"h granted to West Virginia appli
rants as lollows: War of 1312, Elizabeth,
widow of C.»leb Girard, Sardis.
New pensions: Reuben Greathonse,
Masontowo; Idam Ash, West Union; Jas.
C. Bhtir, Bc'ulo Shoals; Adam Coffman,
Viverlj; Ju>a) M. Prospect, Grantsville;
Marv. widow of Joseph Wilson, Pink;
Lemuel McCoy, Reedyville; minors of
Martiu V. B Edens, McGill and Buffalo;
Elizabeth, widow of Wo. A. Stone, Glen
Elk; A lieu J Freeland, Keedsville; Dennis
M. Rohin^n, Heasville; Harriet, widow of
Abrain A. Smith, (Queens; Elijah Call,
Rockville.
Increased Stephen Dougherty, New
Martinsville; Algernon Suae, I-etart; Wm.
Yeager, Beliagton; Wm. L. Shrader,
Browu's Mills; Joseph Pittman, St Mary's;
Allisou *Cunuiugbam, Muses Bottom;
Clark Coffman, Pt Pleasant; Wm. H.
Donthit, Gavandotte; George Herrmann,
Wheeling; James W. Patterson, Redmud;
Thos. Asbery, Henderson; Wm. H. H- Mul
ford, Pt. Peasant; S. B. Fuller, Shoals;
Thos. W. Flowers, Ravens wood; Erasmus
Martin, Charleston; Jacob Smith, Ripley;
Thorns* Withrow, Raymond City; Samuel
Smith, Ar hackle; Martin Myers, Wayne
Court Home; Meli Moore, Maiden, James 1
W. King, Pliny; Levi J. Bogas, Milden;
Absalom Virden, Raven's Bock; Noah ,
Gross, Keedsville; Patrick L. Hamilton,
Newark; Wm. L. Price, Ford; Wm. H.
Cast«*|, Braudon ville; J. Tuttle, Kid well.
C»ptur*d After m Lous Chw«.
WjtLLsviu.*, February 6.—C. R.
O'Neal, Chief of Police of Martinnburg, W.
Va, arrived here to-day on his way to
Lnray, Va , with Dare Middletoo and
Jacob Jenkins, two tough customers,
whose trail he has been following for weeks,
traveling over a thousand miles. The pris
oners were arrested west of here after a
hard chase. MiddMou is charged with
forgery, bon*.-breaking and burglary, and
Jenkics with larceny.
STANFORD'S REASONS
Why He Yot«d for the Confirmation of
Mr. Lain a r.
Washinuton, D. C, February 6 —
Senator Stanford, of California, has writ
ten the following letter to a constituent,
who asked his reasons why he voted lor
the confirmation of Mr. I>amar as a Justics
of the United States Supreme Court:—
Washington, D. C., February 6.—
Your letter asking my reasons for voting
for Mr. Lamar received. I voted for him
because I considered him one of the best
men in the South for the place. He is in
my judgement a broad, liberal minded
man of a great deal of learning.
I think that we want to be one people,
politically and socially. General Grant
expressed the idea when b* said- "Let ns
have peace
Mr. Lamar's loyaltv and integrity to
the Union was passed upon most conclu
sively, when both Houses of Congress pro
vided for thesnrceesion to the Presidency,
and made him an heir onlv a few removes
from the Presidency
"I am reluctant to find myself not in
harmony with all the Kepablican Senators,
but it wiw a case, so far as my action was
concerned, entirely for my own.judgement
and conscience, and I voted accordingly.
'•Respectfally Yours,
"Lïland Stanford."
Heuator Kenna'a Family
Special "lcU.gram to the ReyuUr.
Washington, D. C, February 6.—
News received to-day from Senator Ken
na's family is favorable. Mrs. Kenna is
getting strong again, and the sick boy is
gettiog along finely.
W. R. Lewis, 01 Sumner county, arrived
here to-day.
Heuator Hlaekburn III.
( Washington, D. C., February ti.—Sen
ator Blackburn, who is ill at his hotel, ia
said to be better this morning, but no vis
itors are allowed to see him, the physi
cians having ordered that the patient be
keot perfectly quiet.
Senator Blackburn is much better this
afternoon, and it is confidently expected
that he will he able to be out to-morrow.
TilK HOPKINS SCANDAL.
A S^ene iu I lie Police Court ituil the Hear
Itig Poutponeil.
Cincinnati, O., February tJ —Charles
Hopkins, who was arrested on Saturday,
after having obtained bond for himself
nought a bondsuian to release Mrs. Bntler,
his paramour.
To the chagrin of bis father, Ben. K.
Hopkins, he succeeded iu persuading his
own mother to sign the woman's bond.
Then the story was started that he and the
woman had absconded. When this was
told to Ben. Hopkins he begged the police
to le arrest his son. Near midnight Charles
Hopkins returned to his own home, and
the order for his re-arrest was counter
manded.
The parties all appeared in the police
court thin morng, but Mr. Butler was so
violent in manner and apparently intoxi
cated, that the hearing was postponed un
til a later hour.
KANAWHA MINFH9.
Trouble at the Winifrede Work»- Will the
Miner* Come Out?
('HABI.E3T0K, W. V.\., February 6.—
Sheriff Stewart, who wiw sumuioued to
the Winilrede Coal Works Saturday, to
quell expected trouble, returned home
yesterday morning, and reported all quiet.
The cause ot' the trouble resulted from the
tact that M. H. Spence, assistant superin
tendent of the Winifrede Coal Company,
had .shot and wounded a man named
Shorts, who was ordered to keep ont of
tbe mines. When ordered to keep away,
Shorts replied that if his muscle would
not carry hiiu through he had something
that would, and placed his hand ou bis
hip pocket. Spence, after the shooting,
took to cover, hut yesterday evening sur
rendered to tbe Sheiiff.
The miners are at work in the Winifrede
mines at 2^ cents, but the up-river miners
are trying to get them to come out for 3
cents. There will be a meeting of the
miners next Thursday, at which time this
matter will be considered. It is teared
that trouble may happen.
SUIT BETWEEN GOVERNORS.
Governor WlWon to Inatltuto ProcoedlogN
for the Bele»*e of the Hutlicld*.
Charleston, February G.— Gov. Wil
9on's agent, who was sent last Thursday to
demand the return of the West Virginians
who are held prisoners by the Kentucky
authorities, aud who stand charged with
being implicated in the recent McCoy -
Hattield trouble, arrived in this
city ttï-Jay aud rtported to Govern
or Wilson tbat the Governor
of Keutucky refuses to surrender the pris
oners. The West Virginia authorities will
institute habeas corpus proceedings setting
lorth that the nine men now in the Pike
county jail were illegally arrested, or,
more properly speaking, abducted into tbe
State of Kentucky.
Hou. Eustace Gibeon has l>een in consul
tation with the Governor and has been
engaged to represent the State in securing
the Hattield prisoners' release.
Ohio Society Banquet Postponed.
New York, February 6.—The Commit
tee on Entertainment of tbe Ohio Society,
which met on Saturday afternoon and
parsed a resolution of respect to the mem
ory of Col. C. W. Moulton, has, out ot re
spect for bis memory, postponed the date
of the third annual banqnet of the Society
from February 20 to April 7, the centen
nial anniversary of the settlement of the
Ohio Valley. Governor Hill, ex-President
Hayes, Senators John Sherman and Payne,
S. S. Cox, Maior Wm. McKinley, Sena
tors Allison, Plumb and Manderson, Chief
Justice Waite, Associate Justice Matthews
aud other prominent men will lie invited
to attend the banquet and speak.
lllluoU Dlooeite Divided.
Alton, III, February (»>-The official
iction of tbe College of Cardinals in regard
to the division of the Alton diocese, was
innounced to day. The diocese is divided
mi a line running east ami west across the
^tate of Illinois. The appointment of
Rev. Father Ryan, priest of St Columbia
College, is announced for the Bishopric of
Lbe Alton or Northern diocese. The ap
pointment to the Southern Bishopric has
riot yet been annonnced.
A Building Fall* Iu.
PiTTStti'BG, Pa., Febroary 6 —The tim
bers supporting a second story addition to
Chambers' planing mill on North avenne,
Allegheny City, gave way this morning,
ind live men were buried in the debris.
Patrick Covoy was terribly crushed and
»rill die, the others were cot and bruised,
Kit were not seriously hurt Tbe damage
to the mill not exceed $1,000.

Wm Xlxou Kidnapped.
Ottawa, Febroary 6.—The government
las not yet reoeived any communication
from Washington, in reply to the rejre
lentations forwarded regarding the alleged
Kidnapping of thefuan Nixon, who escaped
from the Sault-Ste-Marie jail, and to re
captured by officers on the Canadian side.
THE RIOTING POLES
I »
QUELLED BÏ THE PREPARATIONS TO PRP
SERVE ORDER.
Anion Day at the Shenandoah Collieries—Tb»'
Striken Supreme m the Town—Bat the
Proclamation of the Sheriff Has
the Deeired Effect.
Rkadino, Pa., February 6.—Not » col-'
liery either belonging to the .Reading com
pany or to individuals is ruoniDg in tM
Shenandoah district, except the William
Penu. The miners who wanted to go to
work at Kehley Ran tc-day concluded not
to venture from home for fear of their{
lives. The colliery was ready to startjj
bat no workmen pat in an appearance.!
The riotous element seem to be in con ]
plete control. The labor leaders, while
claiming to be agninst these riots, bavej
the satisfaction of knowing that all tbej
collieries exsept the William Penn are
shut down. At that colliery there are
about three-fourths of the regular number;
of men at work.
When the Poles were told that tbe
Willian Pcdu was tbe only collery running,
they became jubilant and noisy and again
took to drinking. All are reported to be
heavily armed, bavin;!: bought up all the
firearms ta the town The rioters claim
that they will stop the William Penn by
to-morrow. Hat as very few of their ele
ment are employed in that colliery, they
may decide not to attempt any disturbance
there. If they do there will be some dead
meu behind, as the c-oal aud iron police are
determined to do no firing over the beads
of the rioters.
A Shenandoah special says: ine roie»
aud Hungarians are congratulated ou the
streets everywhere through the town, and
their actions are ugly iu the extreme. They
are no much under the influence ol liquor
that reasouiug is thrown away upon them
and they only answer advice with sullen
looks and derisive laughter.
The advisory hoard of the strikers had
several thousand circulars printed to-day
in the Greek, Polish and Russian lan
guages, appealing to them as Knights of
labor to abstain from any further violence
and remain at their homes The Greek
and Polish priests have been among them
all dav using their strongest arguments in
behalf of good order, but seemingly with
out effect.
Capt. Christiau's coal and iron force
wfcs strengthened to-day by sixty three
more men. Sheriff Duffy's proclamation
was posted up through town to day, call
ing upon all citizens to remain at home un
less called forth by business, forbidding
any public assemblages aud thre&teuing
the a«rest of all w ho attempt any breach
of the law.
The Sheriff has fifty coal and iron men
armed with Winchesters, who arrived here
thi* morning from Pottsville. They are
under the immediate command of ex
Sheriff Warner who quelled the riots of
1Ö75
Chief Burgess Boehrne has also pro
claimed the town and ordered his police to
disperse all gatherings and arrest any one
who refused to obey his proclamation. It
looks as though the riot, if it occur», will
be disposed in short and sharp order,
though its casualties may be serious.
The Keehley Run mine did not work to
day, owing to the prevailing excitement.
William Penn and Suffolk collieries are
working, the latter veiv lightly, though
William Peun is in full operation.
The proclamation of the Sheriff and
burgess had the desired effect to d'iy. Al
though the Poles made threatening dem
onstrations, no attack was made on the
non union workmen.
IN Til K MINING R KG ION.
Another Colliery Started Up—A Long Coal
Train Wrecked,
Rkadixu, Pa., February 6.—The Hig
Mine colliery, operated by the Taylor es
tate, at Ashland, started up this morning
with a full force of hands. The Bost col
liery, operated by the Heading Company,
at the same place, will start up to-morrow
with a small force ot hands.
A coal train on the Reading Railroad
collided with the rear of a freight train, at
Port Clinton, at 2 o'clock this morning.
The locomotive and thirty-five cars were
badly wrecked. The cars were piled np
in six different places, and it required the
service of two wrecking trains until noon
to-day to clear the track. Traffic was
greatly delayed and all passengers had to
I« transferred. Loss, JG.OOO. No one
was injured.
No Call Kor Troop«.
H.\RkisHi'Ru, Pa., February t>—Gov.
Beaver said today that that there had been
no call for troops for the coal regions, and
that there was not likely to lie any. He
does not believe in using the military until
every civil resource is exhausted.
FITTSBI R« RIOTERS
Make Threatening Demonstration and
Stone the Non-Union Men.
PlTTSBlBu, Pa., February 6.—There
bas been no turther trouble at the Solar
Irou Works, the sc«ne of the aérions riots
ou Saturday. The mill was closed yester
day, but started up this morning with au
incieased force of non-uuion men. Over
oue hundred men, all colored, are now at
work, and the firm expect to have every
deoartment in operation within the next
few days. The mills and yards are closely
guarded by sentinels and policemen, and
no person, not even a boy, is allowed
upon the premises unless he can
prove he has business there. The strikers
are very bitter, and another collision is
feared. Those iu authority and those who
have the coolest heads advise the working
men to not molest nor interfere with the
colored men, bnt others cry for revenge.
They threaten death to the non-anion
men and hint at the firing) of the mill.
Young Kenna, who was shot on Saturday,
is believed to be ont of danger.
A SHOWER OF STONES
When the hour arrived for the non union
workmen to qnit work a large crowd of
the strikers and their friends gathered in
the vicinity of the mill. The men were
escorted to their home* by the police
in squads of thirty. They were
followed by an immense crowd
which hooted rjt the negroes and called
them "blacksheep"' and "scabs " During
one of the trips the non-union workmen
were treated to a shower of «tones, and fur
a lew minutes it looked dangeroos, hat
the officers promptly tnrned on the mob
and drove them hack, alter which they es
corted the colored men to their homes. A
number of persons were strack by stones
and slightly injured, hut no one was seri
ously hart.
Officer Friedman, whom it was alleged
fired the shot that struck young Kenny,
was arrested to-night on a charge of felon
ious shooting preferred by an uncle of the
boy. Friedman says he did not tue his
reTolver.
Good Kétait* la Every Ca*».
D. A. Bradford, wholesale paper dealer
of Chattanooga, Tenu., writes, that he was
seriously afflicted with a severe cold that
settled on his longa; had tried many remé
die» without benefit Being induced to
try Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
somption, did so and was entirely cured
by use of a few bottles. Since which time
be has used it in his tamily for all Coughs
and Colds with beat results. This is the
experience of thousands whose lives have
been saved by this wonderful discovery.
Trial bottles free at Logan & Oo.'s Drug
«tor«.
THE SIX DAY RACE.
One of the CootoitauU Kall» Out—The
Lat*at Score*
Nkw York, February 6—At dawn,
Swenk, one of the contestant« io the six
days' walk, bad dropped entirely ont of
the race and the rest had settbd down to
hard work. Hughes, the "Lepper," still
bung on, bnt it was evident that be was
suffering intensely. Little Vint trotted
along and Cox was mncb fresher than last
night Albert kept np his easy gait and
Cartwright was gaining steadily. The
four old men, Cnrran, Keeshon, Hoag and
Camp&na, and tbe five colored men, Stout,
Williams, Hart, Bnrrell and Fields, are in
good form. Hart especially is almost np
to his record. Cartwright seemed to be the
favorite with the crowd.
Guererro (Brodie's nnknown) made a
favorable impression, and kept up a loping
walk ail night. Hughes' rheumatism in
terfered with him a good deal, and retards
bis movements. Hart, Panchot and Stro
kel all kept np a good frout. The crowd
had thinned out in 'he early morning, and
those who remained, ontaideof tbe scorers,
attendants and some of the walkers, went
to sleep on benches The scorers neg
lected their work, and in mauy cases con
tactante were not credited with lapa.
Campana claimed he had been cheated ny
the scorers in this way. It is estimated
that fully 30,000 people visited the Gar
den last night. At 6 o'clock this morn
ing tbe number had dwindled down to
about 2,500.
At midnight, tbe end of tbe first 24
hours, tbe score was as follows: Hart, 130
mile»; Albeit, 130; Guerrero, 129; Golden,
12ti; Panchot, 125; Berry, 122;
Day, 118 miles; Moore, 115 miles;
Hegel man, 112; Cox, 110; Cartwright,
105; Horon, 105; Dillon, 104; Storkel,
102; Conners, 102; Sullivan, 101;
Tilly, 101; Vint, 100; Sin
clair, 100; Taylor, 100; Stout, 100
Noremac, 100; Lurkey, 100; Johnson, 1«0
SUNDAY PAPKR*.
View« of a Philadelphia Minuter—What
I« Légitimât« Journalism.'
Phii.apki.phia, February 6 —At the
regular meeting of the Presbytcriau min
utera the Rev. David Well»' addres&t-d them
on "Newspapers." He said among other
things : "The representative newspapers
of the cities all aid and maintain the Chris
tian religion. What is legitimate journal
mm'.* The greatest paragraphist America
has ever had was Horace Greeley, who has
done more to educate the public mind in
social and moral questions than any other
man of the age. The Sunday papers
are here aud gave come to »tay, and
reach more people than does the pul
pit. We are a newspaper nation and the
greater portion o! our people are newspaper
readers and the church cannot suppress
what is popularly accepted as legitimate
journalism If we are to look upon Sun
day newspapers with aversion on account
of public matters that are printed in its
pages, why shonld we not look in the same
way on the sermon that is delivered on
political subjects? Take some of our relig
ious journals. You can find one column
gushing over with pious reflections and
another booming with business enterprises.
This page has glowing accounts of a revival
of religion and the other page is filled with
tlaming advertisement« of pateut rnedi
cine?, baking powder, etc."
lteltef for Heroic School ÏPHelier*.
Nokkolk, Neb , February 6 — Miss
Louise Koyce, a school teacher, three of
whose pupils died in her arms during the
recent blizzard, will lose both feet and a
portion of one arm as the result of expos
ure. Nearly has already hecu con
tributed to the fund for the teachers, Mit-a
Freeman, Miss Koyce and Miss Shattnck,
who lost both her lower limbs Over $3,(KM)
of this amount goes to Miss Sbattuck. In
dications are that this fund will reach l*
tween $8,000 $10,000 within the next
ten days.
Sherift McCaDdle««' Proclamation.
Pittsburg, Pa., February 8.—In com
pliance with a request from the proprietors
of the Solar Iron Works for protection,
Sheriff McCandless issued a proclamation
to-day ordering the rioters to disperse aud
keep the peace under penalty of arrest and
imprisonment. The strikers, however,
continued to loiter about the miil until
noon, when they were ordered away by a
squad of police.
Ahgconder Liteau In Court.
Toronto, February 6. -Israel Lucaa,
the absconding Treasurer of Auglaiae
county, Ubio, and bis wife were brought
before a police magistrate this morning,
charged with bringing stolen money into
Canada. They pleaded not gnilty, and
were remanded until to-morrow. Wit
nesses from Ohio are expected to arrive to
night.
llllnoU Operator* Oat of the Conference.
Pittsburg, Pa., February 6.—The
Illinois delegation of operators and miners
did not take part in the wage conference
to-<liw, and it is feared they will not join
in the agreement for and Inter-State scale.
It they refuse to be governed by the action
of the convention, it will he impossible to
maintain uniform rate«.
Fountain««'* Slayer Dying.
9l*eial Trieqt am to the Regifitr.
Parrrrsburu, February 6.—Charles
Sargent, in j til for the murder of Taj lor
Fonntaine, is said to be dying. He is
scarcely able to stand up. His trial bas
twice been postponed, and is set for next
term, which meet«* in a few days.
Kpldetnic of Scarlet Fever.
SPRIKQFIELD, ILL., February ti.— Scar
let lever is prevailing in Pana, on the Ohio
and Mississippi railroad, to such an extent
that the public schools have been closed.
T*o deaths and fifteen cases of the disease
were reported Saturday.
Mri. Robinson'« Trial Begun.
Bustos, February 6.—The trial \>l" Mrs.
Sarah J. Robinson, ol Sommnrille, on a
charge ot causing the death of Prince A.
Freeman, ber brother-in law, by poison, in
June, 1885, began to-day.
CONDKN^KI» TKLEOKAM3.
Will Summerville, an 18 year old boy,
w&j inatantly killed in Chicago by a spark
from an electric wire.
Kokomo, Ind., suffered a |I5,0U0 fire
yesterday. Jt was the work of an incen
diary.
Fifteen horses were burned to death by
tire in a New York blacksmith shop.
C. C. Far well & Co , boot and shoe man
ufacturers, of Danvere, Mass., have failed.
The Cincinnati Folding Hat Rack Com
pany has assigned, liabilities $15,000.
John Wilkin«, the much married man,
says that he has a doable running wild
whose bigamous acts have been loaded on
bio).
Dr. McGlynn made an impassioned ad
drees in the Academy of Music, New York,
Sanday night He said be would never
retract his utterances and would never
preach in a Catholic pulpit again. He car
ried hi9 auditors to the extreme of hissing
Powderly'i name.
Prof. John J2. Siebel, a Chicago geolo
gist, claims that natural gas cannot be
tonnd within lese than ifty miles of that
city.
"Peaceably if yon can," but by oil
keep Dr. Ball's Cough Syrnp in the house.
Neuralgia, rheumatism, lombago, and
goat qaickly cored with Salvation Oil. 25c.
"BLINKET" MORGAN,
THE RAVEN N'A MURDBRKR. IDENTIFIED BY
A JIT PLEASANT MAN
He is Probably Jonathan Camithers. a Son of
Well-to-Do Parents—He Fought for the
Union in Company C. Pint West
Virginia Inlkntry.
Yesterday Justice of the Peace Frank
Mitchell, of Mt. Pleasant, Jefferson coun
ty, Ohio, was in Martin's Ferry visiting
friends, and while calling on some old ac
qoaintances who had lived in Mt. Pleas
ant in childhood and early manhood, the
rtÊversation naturally turned to the
whereabouts and circumstances of old-time
mutual acquaintance«. Among those
talked ol' in the presence of a Reoistkb
reporter was one Johnson Carmthers.
Ona of the ez-reeidents of Mt. Pleasant
inquired of the Squire if he knew any
thing of the whereabouts of "John's" Car
mthers.
Mr. Mitchell answered in a manner
whirh surprised aliiris listeners, and gave
the reporter the ground-work for a good
item. He stated that Carmthers bad been
supposed to be dead for years till Joseph
Gill, another Mt Plaasiut citizen, un
earthed him a short time ago. Mr. Mitch
ell stated that Mr. Gill had occasion to
visit Columbus a few weeks since, and
while there he took advantage of the op
portunity to visit the penitentiary, and
while going through, of course, went to
HI.INK V MORGAN,
the now famous convict, under sentence of
death for the murder of Détective Hulli
gan, at Kavenna, Ohio, ou the fourth of
February, lsWT.
Mr. tiiil, according to Mr Mitchell's
statement, as soon as he laid eyes upon the
condemned man, concluded that he had
seen the face before, and that he thought it
whs familiar to him. He studied
the face a few minutes, and theu spoke to
Morgan, saying: 'Vou are Johnson Car
ruthers, and your old home was Mt. Pless
ant, O . " Morgan answered by asking in
a snllen tone, "Is it; and who are yon?"
Mr. Gill told him who he was, but Morgau
refused to talk lurther concerning the mat
ter.
The reporter took his cue from the con
versation of Mr. Mitchell, and went to
Marshal William Burns, of Martin's Ferry,
and procured a picture of "Blinkey" Mor
gun which had been sent to th'e Marshal at
the time of the murder. This picture
was taken to Alex. PavidsoD, who
it was learned ba<l been a com
panion of Carruthers when a boy,
and ou up tili he went to join the Union
army in the late war. Sir. Davidson,
npou looking at the picture, hut not know
iug who it represented, pronounced it a
perfect likeness of Carruthers John Arm
strong, who knew Catrfltbers well, pre
nounced the picture an almost perfect
likeness of that individual. William
Contes, who fought with Carruthers in the
war, statnl that Blinkey Morgan's picture
resembled Carrntheip so much that they
are in all probability the same person.
Several others asserted that the picture
favored Carruthers greatly, and Mr. Gill's
statement, beinit so positive, that there is
but little room for donbt.
From persons who knew Carruthers it
was learned that he was the sou of respec
table parents in M t Pleasant. They were
well to do and owned considerable prop
erty about Mt. Pleasant, and Johnson
wit* always well provided with pocket
money and good clothes. Karly in life he
formed a liking for strong drink and
games of chance, and after he entered the
army he soon earned himself a reputation
as b thief and general hard case. He
would fight at the drop of the hat, but
when be liked a man he was
a good friend, and would tight
for him as quickly as for himself.
He fought through the war in Company C,
First Virginia Infantry, and aside from his
general unruly disposition was a good and
brave soldier. After the wi<r little was
heard of him, and he was supposed by
many of his old ixcquaintances to be dead,
and he proltably would have died unknown
had not Mr. Joseph Gill discovered him in
the penitentiary. Carruthers has a sister,
Miss Barbara Cairutbers, living in Mt.
Pleasant. Mr. Carruthers is described as
good looking, prepossessing, and of good
manners. He was when young a splendid
dancer, and few social gatherings in his
neighborhood were considered complete
without his presence. His present condi
tion of depravity is attributed by his old
acquaintances as the direct result of the
habits of idleness and profligacy contracted
in youth.
Koston ClttriBkktn on * Strike.
Boston, February 6.—Three hundred
cigarmakers, comprising employes of five
large shops, refused to go to work this
morning owin« to the proposed cat in
wages. The other shops either do not be
long to the Manufacturers' Union or have
not posted the cat down.
Illness of » Prominent Clarksburg Man.
.Sp(fiat TtUçram to the RrffUtn.
Clarkshtro, W. Va., February 6.—I
J. D. Kspp. a prominent magistate of this
city and oue of its oldest citizens, was
stricken with puralysis a day or ho ajro.
It is feared he will not recover.
Keiler»I Court at Farkersburg.
Serial Telegram to the RerjiMrr.
Parkebsb» ho, W. Va., February 6 —
U. S. Coart to-day heard the case of Far
land vs. Wood, to remand the cause to Har
rison connty. Opinion reserved.
The criminal case* were postponed to
next term for want of money to pay fees.
Sai.vation Oil will core any pain to
which man is heir. Only 25c a bottle.
Db. Bill's Congh Syrup poeitively
cares coughs, colds, sore throat, etc. 25c.
Brace Up.
Yon are feeling depressed, yonr appetite
is poor, you are bothered with Headache,
you are fidgety, nervons, and generally oat
of sorts, and want to brar* nt>. Brace np,
bat not with stimulants, spring medicines,
or bitters, which have for their basis very
cheap, had whisky, and which stimulate
yon for an hoar, and then leave yoa in a
worse condition than before. What yoa
want is an alterative that will purify yonr
blood, start healthy action of Liver and
Kidneys, restore yoor vitality, and give
renewed health and strength. Bach a
medicine yoa will find in Electric Bitten,
ind only 50 cents a bottle at Logan A Co >
Drag Store
Consumption Sorely Cored.
To the Editor—
Please inform yonr readers that I have a
positive remedy for the above named dis
ease. By its timely use thousands of hope
less cases have been permanently cared.
I shall he glad to send two bot 11« of
my remedy F rie to any of yonr read
ers who hare consumption i| they will tend
me their Express and P. 0. address.
Respectfully,
T. A. BlocCM, M. C.,
181 Pearl 84., New York.
False Pretence«.
Vender« who by specioas representation«
as to worthless articles for the teeth, in
duce the unsuspecting to «se them fruit
lessly or with positive injury to theenaaiel,
should be punched. Bay SOZODONT
only, escape their snares aad beautify tfca
teftfe.
METROPOLITAN BANK
Suapeudt Payment-D*Camp K«*Xgn* »wl
I« Arr««t«d.
Cincinnati, February 6.—The Metro
politan Bank directors held a session this
morning at 10 o'clock. Pending the meet
ing the payment of checks was suspended,
and a long line of depositors gathered,
reaching from the payer's desk to the
street In a very few minutes, however,
the payment of checks began. Tbe direc
tors are still in session, and what is trans
acted is not not yet kuown, except Vic«
President DeCamp's resignation has
been accepted, and Louis Krohn
baa been chosen in his place. Bank Ex
aminer Sanders is at the bank, but says he
is too busy to say anything for tbe benefit
of the public. Tbe directors took no other
action than to elect Mr. Kbrom Vice-Pres
ident, in place of Hr. DeCamp. President
Means, rel erring to tbe stoppsps of pay
ment, says there was no order for it, and
no reason for it, und be did not know there
was any suspension. He supposes the
story must bare arisen from accidental de
lay at tbe payer's duk, as no order for
suspension was given
10 P. M—Tbe Metropolitan Nation
al Bank directors paimed a resolu
tes after 6 o'clock - to-night to
suspend. Tbe bank is now in the hands
of the government. Vice President J.
C. De Camp bas been arrested.
It is wid that Mr. De Camp
has been speculating extensively in Find
lay and olber "boom" places. The affairs
of the bank were at once turned over
to tbe Government Bank Kxaminer
Sanders. The next movement will be the
appointment of a receiver.
MASK it ALI. UR1KP4
Ileum of loterent to the Ohio I.eafua
Cities.
The Canton Democrat raya tint a Wheel
ing gentleman informed that it Hrodie,
Wheeling'« left tielder, h*s not signed a
contract, and the Canton clnb is alter him
again. This is a mistake. Hrodie ha«
signed a Wlieeliug contract and it ha«
been forwarded to the President of the
I/eagoe. So Canton will ha\e to do with
out Hrodie's heavy batting the coming sea
6011.
The base I «all situation in /anesvillo ia
in a very critical condition. A4 several
of the players have not received their ad
vance money they have considered them
selves released. Duck, one of their l»eat
pitchers, has a good offer from Manager
(jritïjrd, but an etl'ort is being made to hold
him a day or so. A meeting was held yes
terday to finally decide what would be
done The probabilities are that Toledo
will have a chance to come into the
League.
Sam Harkley, a great sport, thinks
Wheeling will win the Ohio League t>en
nant. Does anvonu know Harkley?
Kalamazoo Telegraph Does anyone know
Harkley! Where is there a lover of base
ball or a reader of the daily papers who
don't know something of Sam Harkley?
Is the Telegraph man |ust learning sotcr
thing of the game'—thlumhu•> Journal.
Whore is this Kalamazoo, anyway?
Irwin now says that he has signed with
Manchester. He also accepted term* offer
ed by Sandusky. His case will receive at
tention before the season opens —Samluxky
Ileginter. Son, where hast thon been? The
Arbitration Committee has acted on the
c:iae, aye, two weeks since Manchester
get h him.—Timm-Star.
AI. Hauer wants to be a League umpire.
He has also .applied to be taken into thn
Southern fold. With more nerve U) enforce
his decisions Hauer could give thelxat um
pires in the country points and beat them
— Timet-Star.
Catcher Christ mari, of the Stnduskys,
well kuown here, has entered into a spar
ling match with Jesse Flora for $50 a side
and gate receipts, to take place in San
dusky on the 28th.
Sandy McDermott is receiving praise
from all the cities in the League, and there
is a general desiie to see him on thedia
aa an umpire,—Columbu» Journal.
If the Ziataville papers can keep their
club in the (.eagnc they will do so They
know what t* good for the town and we
would like to see them succeed.
Lima has signed Lane and Boyd, a
young battery from West Middletown, Pa
The Schedule Committee meets at San
dnsky next month.
Lima is doing lots of big blowing for au
infant.
THROUGH THE STATE.
Itema of Interest (il«iD«d From Oar Vial«
Kx change«.
The Morgantown bar hail a meeting tbe
other day and agreed to continue the civil
business at the next tenu of the Circuit
Court for that county and give tbe whole
term to the trial of criminal cases, with
the hope of ridding the docket of that dam
of business The case* of Black and
Well« for mnrder will likely comc np at
that term and he tried.
Mrs. W. B. Colston, of Martinshurg,
liai a nartow escape from serions, if not
fatal, injury from burning on last Monday
night. She was looking lor some article
in her wardrobe when her hair caaght Are
and In a second was in a blaze. One of her
daughters fortunately was in tbe room
aud extinguished the flames by throwing
a shawl over her head.
l^ueen& Wsggj's store, at Flat Woods,
Braxton coauty, was burned Thursday
morning at two o'clock. Tbe i'ostoffice
was kept tbere, and it wai also tbe office
of tbe Telephone Company. There waa
an insurance of $2,000 on tbe stock of
goods and $200 on tbe building. The
books and papers were saved. Tbe fire ia
thought to he tbe work of an incendiary.
A youne man named Jefferson Davis, a
son of Samuel Davis, at Daria' Ford, Lb
Hampshire county, waa foand behind bis
father's barn on last Saturday with a bel
let from his own rifle through his brain.
He had goœ ont to sboot crows, and it ia
suppoeed be accidentally discharged bis
gun with ibe above fatal reenlta.—War
den/rifle cor. Mortfitid Examiner.
Ferry Drake, who ia chaiged with com
plicity in tbe mnrder of Rev. Ryan, in
Roane county, and who waa confined here
in jail some time, bnt releaaed, baa again
been arrested and ia now in the Jackaon
county jail. A warrant ia oat for Den
Cunningham, tbe Eurekaite, charged with
tbe same offense, but the Sheriff has no
power to arrest bin outside of Roane
county.—Grandan'* GrapMir.
While Mr. G. W. Clark, of Pooahoatm,
waa catting wood near his bo nee one day
last week, be saw what be suppoeed to be
a whip lying ou tbe snow a short distance
from him. On going np to it he (bond to
bis surprise a large make cf tbe garter
specie«, eating and haaking in the snow in
stead of dnst and sunshine His soake
ship was so numb from cold that be ahowad
but little signs of life, ineomnch that Mr.
Clark picked him np and carried him ta
tbe fire, where be recovered eo rapidly and
showed such wonderful activity that be
bad to be killed.
"A Word to the Wlee Is MMart "
Oatarrh ia not simply an Incoareaimea,
unpleasant ta the sufferer aad disgmtiag
to others—it is an advanced oatpaet at ap
proaching disease of worse type. Da aat
neglect its warning; it brings deadly erik
in its train. Before it ia too lata, aaaDr.
Safe's Catarrh Remedy. 11 reach* the
seat of tbe ailment, and is.thsoaly tfcfay
that will. Yon may doee yourself wita
quack medicine 'till it is too late-'tfll the
streamlet becomes a resisting tnrrmi. lt
is the matured inveaüm af a ssimtili
physician. "A warti to the wies Ii soi
Smt"
GERMAN CHANCELLOR
BISMARCK TALKS PIACB AND PREPARES
POR WAR.
Tb« Sipificut SpMcà of tho Iron Priée» to tho
tkrmia Riictottj— Wo Fan of a War
Bitter Wltk fmse* or Rum—
(Validiere Rottend.
Biblis, February 6 —Tb« aonoonea
ment that Prince Biamarck wouJd apeak
on the Military bill draw a groat throng of
people to the Reichstag to-day.
Long before the day'a boaineaa was be*
gon tbe galleries were filled to replet too.
Prince William of Prnaua and Prince
Leopold, aoa of tbe late Prince Frederick
Charles, occupied the court box, while the
diplomatic gallery waa crowded with tbe
di fieront foreign ropreaeotatim and their
familiee.
Prince Bismarck km enthusiastically
greeted on his way to tbe Reichstag by
dense crowds which lined the root« along
Wilbelm Straaee to the Palace. Prince
BUmarck anland >hi Beirbstsg at iataijf
five minutes after ou* o'clock, tad was
received with deafening cheer«. The
House proceeded with the reading of the
Military Loan Bill and Prince Bismarck
aroae to address tbe House. He said
"I don't believe I can add anything to
tbe trne state ol tbe case regarding the
bill. 1 don't address yoa on that account.
My ob)ect is to speak of tbe general
situation of Europe. I may confine my
self to referriag to what I aaid on tbe same
subject over a year ago. There bas been
very little change since then, when 1 feared
war with Fiance. Since then Prance has
elected a peace-loving President and a
pacific disparition has prevailed. I can
therefore reaaaure tbe public that no tar aa
France ia concerned the proa pect baa be
come more peaceful. Kegardiug Russia
also I am of no other opinion than when I
said that we have to apprehend no attack
from Russia. Tbe situation mnst not be
judged frotnpreas commenta
In concluding bia speech in the Reich
stag to day, Prince Bismarck aaid : "Tb«
Russian newspapeis 1 do not believe. 1
believe the Czar's word absolutely. The
situation, on the whole, is not different
from that of I'd). 1 grant that tbe con
centration ol Rumian troops on tbe frontier
may appear serious, but 1 perceive no
cause or pretext for a Russian or a Euro
pean war. H assis bas no interest to con
tjuer Prussia nor Austrian provinces.
"Indeed, I go so far in my confidence as
to say that even a war with France would
uot necessitate a war with Russia, although
the latter eventually would involve tb«
lot m«r. 11 is true that 1 cannot demand an
explanation from the Russian foreign office
regarding the concentration ol troops on
the frontier, but, having been well ac
quainted with Russian foreign policy for a
generation. I tuay have my opinion on the
matUr. 1 believe the Russian Cabinet
intends to make Russia's voice heard at
the next European crista, and there/ore
winhes to pnsh her military lorrea as far
westward as possible
Russia speculates upon a tarn taking
place soon In tbe eastern question, and de
sires then to act promptly and with
greater weight. Perhaps Russia intends to
render her diplomatic demands mora cl
lectual, from the fact of having an army
ready for war behind them We, however,
are only concerned in the eastern question
in a secondary manner.
Prince Hiertarck proceeded to review tbe
relations between Russia and Prussia aiace
1H48, and showed how frequently they bad
HHsumed a menacing aspect. He aaid tbat
at all tiuiee the calmness and oonsi-ieu
iioihiw-ss displayed bv the ministers on tbe
Prussian side towards tbe threatening pc
sition of Rusnian affairs - a position ot
which foreign countriee hail no idea - had
succeeded in averting mischiel.
"As eerly as IN}.'!," he continued, "tuai
ters were in sucb a position that every
body urged me to advise striking a blow.
I waited quietly until we were struck. I
believe we did well in this. Despite all
indications of a storm, a certain feeling of
tranquility superveued owing U» tbe inti
mate relations between the three Kmprrora.
Then as row, however, we were cor
strained to augment and organize oar
forces, so that in case of necessity we might
stand forth a strong nation, making it«
power prevail by onr strenth, aad so de
fending ita authority, its dignity and its
possessions."
London H took Mwk»l Itaoyaut.
London, Februar? 6.—The stock mar
ket it buoyant, in rotiaequence of lb«
peaceful tenor of Prior# ßiamarrk'e epttrb
In the German Keirbatag to da;.
H< bon valoir Marl« for Kar IIa.
Hr. i'CTKRHHi Bu, February H.— Coant
Hcbouraloff, Um kamt an ft m ha—im to
(ftrmanj, hau Mar ltd Tor Berlin.
I'opnlar Eieanioa to Wa«lil*(Ui tla fie
tnrnqa B. A O.
That the low nie ei rammt* to W«ri>
Imttos City, inaugurated by tbe B. A O.
K. K. Co- have met with pn M le fa»or, I«
evidencod b/ lb« large number of toeriet«
who petrouiacd the ft ml one. Tbe arro&d
of lb* popular wile« will be run on Thurs
day, February lßth. Tb« B. 4 O Com
pany amigna to theee train* ita rhotreat
rijOiprnent io tbe way of Day Coarbea, Par
lor and Sleeping Oarw, end, aotwithetand
ing the luw raten at which tbe ticketa ara
■old, the tooriat can avail bitnaelf of Par
lor or Kleeping Car nrcommodationa by
paying tbe nana! rata for each eerriee, la
addition to tbe price of the eicaraton
ticket Tb« Ucketa are valid (or ten day«
and will be honored for trip from Wa*b
ington to BalMmora aad return at any
time daring the Hait
Eicuraion ticket* Waahingion to fciab
mood, Va, and return can ba port bated
at mm tlma Ifdaairad at rata of 94 00 ad
ditional. Tbe long limit on the acanka
Ucketa admits of making aida tri pa ales to
lit Vernon, Old Point Comfort and An
napoli* Tbe ronnd trip rxenrsion rata
from Wheeling to Waahington will bo 94.00
and correapoodingly low raten will ba mad a
from other pointa on the line Tmiaa
leave B. A O. depot, Wheeling. 6:40 a. m.
and 5 45 p m., arming Washington 5:45
p. m. and 630 a m. reapectirety. Tlekata
nod Parlor or Sleeping Oar a tg em made
tiona can ba aeenrad at E. A O. Depot
Bpecial Parlor Oar on Day Train and Blee»
iog Oar on Night Train start tram Wheel
ing, and Wksellng paanenger* will ao<
bava to depend npon throogb enra from
Um west for aeeommodatiaaa. Par far
ther information addreea T. C. Barke,
Ticket Agant 55.40.RR.Co, Wheeling.
W. Va.
Caw*
An old pbyaiaan, retired frasi practica,
baring bad placed in kia handa by an Eaai
India miai'onnn the formula of a «impie
vegetable remedy for tbe apeady and aar
manant care a# Canenmption, BroaehfUe.
Catarrh, frathms and all Threat and
Lung Affactiona, alao a poaftire aad
radical can for Nervone DeMBty and
all Xarvona Com plain ta, after baring
tented H wenderfal enmtffn power«
in theoeande of cam«, baa MtMk WUkf
tnmake it knows »o kia asfcriagWWw»

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