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THE ARaUB. FRIDAY DECEMBER 24.1897.
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BEHBlflG SEA AWARD.
Official Statement That Bears
Out the News from the Ca
ZEALEES CUIUS ASE CUT DOWff,
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Uva-taa Olcklaaaa Talks af tha Can
Wahlnton. Dec 24. The only of
Sola! statement that could be secured
bera of the Judgnent reached by the
cotntnlaaionera In the Behrlna; eea
elxurea cape la contained In the fol
lowing announcement given out at the
atate dopartinent: -The award of the
Retiring sea claims ' commirslon haa
been filed In the department of state.
The claims as presented by the British
government to the commission on ac
count of Canadian vessels seized In
the Behrlng sea aggregated, with Inter
est. J1.500.0O0. These Included under
the claims treaty several cases not
embraced In the settlement proposed
by Secretary Gresham. The award now
made amounts to $J34.1S1.S1 to which is
to be added interest, which will in
crease the total about SO per cent. The
award Is final and disposes of all cases
presented. Payment under the treaty
must be made within six months."
Iielng bound by treaty not only to pay
any Judgments rendered, but to pay
them promptly the government is in
honor bound to take the remaining
steps towards a settlement In short or
dT, and will it once ask congress to ap
propriate. rrmpectiTe Damages "nt Allowed.
There aptears to be little doubt that
the I'nltcd States carried Its point on
the main question Involved as to the
right of damages for sealskins which
might have been taken If the vessels
had not been seized. The British claim
Included the estimated profits which in
the aggregate ran the claim up to a
high figure In view of the small amount
of the actual award, these large pros
pective damages evidently are scaled
down to an Insignificant amount or re
rct"d entirely. While the department
oKklalA w ill make no definite announce
ment to this effect intimations are
given that the smallncss of the award
precludes the porsilnlity of any allow
ance having been made on account of
prospective damages. The Albama
claims commission established the pre
t edent that remote damages could not
be Included in a claim, and the present
award Is evidently on the same line.
VI at lloaad la fio Agalnat la.
In ordrr to avoid misapprehension It
should be understood that the finding
against this government Is no surprise,
that being a certainty under the finding
of the 1'aria court of arbitration that
the I'nited States had no right to close
Itchilng sea aga'nst ft rcisn ships. The
International commission's only duty
was to assess the amount of the dam
ages. The amount allowed Is consid
ered to some extent a vindication of
the atate department which had sought
to settle the question without a com
mission for tl.COO. Tlie award now
made exceeds this sum considerably,
and liesldea this there will be the ex
pense of the arbitration. The contro
versy has been occupying the attention
of the authorities here and In London
for the last eleven years. At the out
set the tone of controversy was very
belligerent, suggesting a possible resort
to arms. This was following the seizure
by the l nlted States steamer Corwin
of the British sealers Oarolena and
Thornton on Aug. 1, 1SS6. The facts of
the seizure were not known until some
time later, and In the meantime the
Corwin had taken the Onward and Fa.
Vourlte. The same policy of scizureand
confiscation occurred during the next
scaling seasons, despite the protests of
VIEW OF OIK SENIOR COIXSEL.
Daa Dickinson Esplaias About That Seal
ing Heliares Award.
Detroit, Dec. 21. Don M. Dickinson,
senior counsel for the United States,
commenting on Canadian press reports
concerning the amount of the Behring
sea award, said: "There la no official
announcement of the amount of the
award, but whatever It may be the
Canadian newspapers are clearly in er
ror. The compromise offer by the Cleve
land administration In August, lS94,was
SIS5.000 of principal. If the commis
sioners have adopted that as a basis, as
these papers claim a legally Impossible
theory, however their award must
have been for that amount and inter
est, as claimed, at I per cent., from the
date of the seizures. The total sum
would be, on that basis, over $700,000.
But after the defeat of the com
promise the treaty was made under
whkh this commission or arbitration
has been proceeding. In that treaty
were Included large claims, which were
not before the governments on the
compromise. As, for Instance, those
designated aa 'additional claims." and
the Item of Great Britain's expenses In
the courts. I show you here the original
British printed schedule of them, as
presented to the commissioners. The
total, with Interest, which under the
treaty they were entitled to present, is,
to be accurate, $l.COs.412.SO. and If the
asrard that has been rendered gives
them this. Great Britain Is entitled to
congratulations and counsel to knight'
hoods or peerages, the same aa the oth
er counsel received after the Paris
award. The British counsel deserve
them for their labors anyway, for abler
men there are none."
Times Clad It la Otar.
London, Dec 24. The Times. In aa
editorial this morning expressing satis
faction at the Behring sea settlement
which. It anticipates, congress will not
object to, takes occasion to protest
against the "loose insinuations of bad
faith on the part of the United States
govern ror nt which have been thought'
Irsaty and unjustifiably made In Bag'
land." It points out that there could
sot be a question of bad faith, because
ao agreement had hitherto been ar
rived at as to the amount of compensa
tion. Dealing with the general aspects
af the sealing question, the editorial
coaciiuea: The American company
mu?5 either make fair and business
like proposals or the present condi
tions of aeal fishing must continue.
They are sot, after all, eo utterly de
structive of the fur aeal as Interested
persons represent them to be." .
Caaadian. Net Feeling Happy.
Victoria, B. C, De. 21. The owners
of the Canadian scaling fleet express
themselves aa being much dissatisfied
with the award of the arbitrators an
nounced Tuesday. They unite in saying
that the lowest amount they expected
was 00.000 with interest.
MARRIAGE ANNULED AFTER DEATH.
Valqae Caaa at Prat Orakanlaoa and In,
Chicago, Dec. 24. The Illinois supreme
court has handed down a decision In
the Orchardson-Merrick marriage an
nulment rase, affirming the decree of
nullification granted by the lower court,
and giving the property to the relatives
of Mrs. Merrick. The case is unique
In that the marriage is set aside after
one of the contracting parties has been
dead almost four years. In 1893 Chas.
Orchardson, artist, and at one time
socialistic candidate tor mayor of this
city against the late Carter H.
Harrison, married Mrs. Merrick, of
Quincy, ins. Mrs. derrick, who was
over 80 years old, was the possessor
of property worth something like $100,
000. Orchardson, who was 60 years old.
met Mr Merrick at a spiritualistic
seance in Quincy conducted by Vera
Ava, known better as Odelia bis de
Bar, and with her help, it Is alleged.
prevailed upon the aged Mrs. Merrick to
marry him and make a will, leaving
her property to him. Mrs. Merrick died
within a year. Shortly after her death
Mrs. Merrick's relatives' brought suit
to have the marriage set aside.
FALL RIVER MILL TROUBLES.
General Sentiment Among the Hen la for
a Strike Again! the Rednctloa.
Fall River. Mass.. Dec, 24. The con
ference of the operatives' committee
hich waited on the manufacturers
last night lasted two hours and the
discussion went Into the details of the
mill situation and brought out vary
ing opinions. While it is understood
that the general sentiment la for a.
strike, tha method of making the strike
operative is not agreed upon.
me delegates who took the most ac
tive part in the discussion Inst niirht
declined to talk. It Is believed that
the influence of the more conservative
operatives has had effect upon the
committee and it is not unlikely that a
preposition to postpone a strike will be
Will Do the Boalneta Gently.
Washington, Dec. 24. Assistant Sec
retary Vanderllp, In speaking of the
heavy payments by the government in
January said: "Secretary Gage Intends
that there shall be as little disturbance
as possible In the money market as a
result of the payment of principal and
Interest In the Union Pacific railroad
bonds which mature Jan. L"
Iajaactloa Brought Inta Play.
Pomeroy, O., Dec. 4. About fifty
non-union men worked at New Haven,
W. Va., yesterday under the old rate.
Over 100 miners from here went to New
Haven, but were stopped by an In
junction from Judge Jackson and It is
believed there will be no more trouble.
- Reduced Peatage Is Postponed.
Ottawa. Ont., Dec 24. The reduced
postage rate between Canada and Great
Britain will not come In force on Jan. 1,
as arranged. It was deferred at the in
stigation of the imperial authorities so
that the reduction, whatever it will be,
may . be made reciprocal.
Cuban Insurgents are burning cane-
fields within ten miles of Havana,
Mrs. F. T. French, of Chicago, was
held up In her home and robbed, chloro
formed and beaten.
The Alma National bank, of Alma.
Kan., has been authorized to begin bus
iness. Capital, i0,000.
David Oxley, aged over 80 years and
one of the oldest railroad men in Illi
nois, died at Centralia, Bis.
M. K. Micheals was drowned In Dev
il's lake, near Butler, Ind. His bedy was
recovered about 200 feet from shore.
n, P. Elmore, the oldest coal dealer
In Wisconsin, and one of the mo.-t
prominent citizens of Milwaukee, died
last night, aged 82.
A call was issued yesterday for the
ninth annual convention of the United
Mine Workers of America to meet In
Columbus Jan. 11, 1S98.
Mary Crowley, 49 years of age. re
siding at Chicago, was caught stealing
candles from the altar of SL Mary's
Unman Catholic church.
Scotch Joiners are opposing the Im
portation into Scotland of American
made work because of cheaper wages
paid In the United States.
The Guatemaltan minister at Wash
ington denounces the report of the
shooting of political prisoners by Bar
rios as wholly without foundation.
Henry Kenaska, a professional eye
list of Milwaukee, has Issued a chal
lenge to the world to ride any distance
from one to three miles on an lndooor
Field Columbian Museum, Chicago, Is
possessor of the herbarium of the late
Professor Bebb, of Rockford. It is con
sidered the finest private collection of
botanical specimens in the United
Albert Taylor, a farmer near Chicago.
while hunting In the woods stumbled
upon a skeleton half hidden among
leaves and anow, while a fragment of
rope dangling from a branch above
aeemed to tell the story of a suicide.
It is now said that the proposed an
thracite coal combine project also In
volves the creation of a similar central
aetllng agency to cover each of the great
bituminous coal districts of Pennsylva
nia. Ohio. West Virginia. Indiana and
S. M. Underwood, of San Francisco,
who has been in Washington for a week
arranging for a right of way for the
Alaskan Central Railroad company, de
clares that his company will run Its
first locomotive Into Dawson City by
It Is claimed that the principle in
volved la making Harreylxed armor
plates Is covered by International pat
ents taken out in England. Italy, Ger
many and the United States seven
years ago. This, IX true, would wipe
out the royalty.
Rev. William E. Geil and His
CIRCUS -STYLE OF ADVERTISING.
Saaa Jones Style of Oratory Both Bavt
Proved Vary Efleetive, aad tha Progress
ive Preacher Counts Hie Converts by
WHERE 13 i
HELL " j
Park Avenue Baptist Church Tonight. I
A flaming noster bearing the above In
scription Is apt to attract attention. Rev
William E. Geil thought It would. lie
also thought it would draw people to the
Park Avenue Baptist church in Patcrson,
And It did.
Great crowds gathered In tho sacred edl
fico, and the preacher entertained them
With 6crmons; that wcro quite as sensa
tional as his posters. And they are effect
ive. That is the strangest part of it. He
claims 700 coiivcrts . in Patcrson ' in two
weeks. And tho estimate is no bolfow
mockery of rounded syllables. He has the
documents to back : up the statement.
When he wins over an erring soul, he
makes a plain,' businesslike entry of the
credit in his books, lie baa signed state
mcnts from every man, woman and child
whom ho has converted. Ho compels thom
to reduce their reaolvo to lead a better life
to writing. A 'printed form . is kept on
hand to bo filled .out. It is printed in rod
ink and is as follows:
He that is not with cie is against
I accept Jcsns Christ a my 8,-ivionr,
with hi help will lead a
htreet nntl No
Worker 'a Name
Mr. Geil holds meetings in stores.
churches, vacant lots, in the streets or any-
REV. WILLIAM E. UF.IL.
where, else that people can bo Induced to
gather. The outdoor meetings and busi
ness men's down town meetings and late
at night meetings aro mado features of his
He organizes a street parade of men and
women, especially young men and young
women, and leads thorn, singing hymns
and inviting all to follow, through the
business section of the town to somo va
cant store or empty hull. On the way ev
ery straggler who can be picked up is cn
listed. Upon arriving at the meeting
place lookouts nnd "pullers in are sta
tioned outside. Every one who passes is
stopped and Induced, if possible, to enter.
Mr. Gull himself grasps wayfarers by the
coat collar and begins talking to them
earnestly and urging them along. Some
times he awakons the anger of surprised
citizens, but they soon recover tboir com'
posure and listen to him.
Mr. Goil's startling billboard advertise
ments aro changed daily. One morning
tne legend rune :
: Is There a Baby In Hell I :
: First Baptist Church Tonight :
: Rev. William E. UelL '
Tho next morning the billposter wilt
have been around again, and the signa will
: Does the Devil Dance I
: Park Avenue Baptist Church.
When the congregation gathers and the
evangelist appears, there Is a breathless
silence, no usually breaks it with some
turpritlng scries of words' or exclamations.
Then he launches forth into vivid word
picture. He sway his hearers well-
talks straight at them, makes them laugh
heartily one moment at some hutnorou.
anecdote and weep the next over some
pathetic ttory. Must of his Illustration
are drawn from life, from his own expert
ences, and are athrob with the forcef ulneat
of human interest.
This man who has combined circus ad
verttsing methods with tho am Jonei
style of evangclUm is about 34 years of age
and is a native of Doylestown. Pa He
has been engaged in his present work for
about six years. Formerly he was a com
menial traveler, hailing from New York.
Mr. Geil'a two weeks' work In Paterson
was ao successful that his admirers In
duced him to play a return engagement of
a week. This Is bow the pasters anoouno
: COMINO! COMING! :
: Return of I ha :
j . GREAT EVANGELIST.
REV. WILLIAM E. GEIL. j
: Remember the DatesI
i Dae. 9 to 18.
: FTEST BAPTIST CH CECIL :
AN OPEN LETTER
V7E ARB ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO THE
EXCLUSIVE USE OF-THE WORD C ASTORIA," AND
44 PITCHER'S C ASTORIA," AS our trade' MARK.
7, DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of Hyannis, Massachusetts
was the originator of "PITCHER'S CASTORIA," the sam
that has borne and does now yf. r on every
bear thefac-simUe signature of (-Lsyf7&dUc wrapper.
This is the original " PITCHERS CASTORIA," which has been
used in the homes of the Mothers of America for over thirty
yean. LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see that it is
the kind you have always bought rr. , t- on the
and has- the signature of C&&ffl&&& wrap
per. No one' has authority from me to use my name ex
cept The Centaur Company of which Chas. H. Fletcher is
March 8, 1S97.
So Not Be Deceived.
Do not endanger the life of your child by accepting
a cheap substitute which some druggist may offer you
(because he makes a few more pennies on it), the in
gredients of which even he does not know.
"The End You Have Always Bought"
BEARS THE FACSIMILE SIGNATURE OF
Insist on Having
. The End That Never Failed You.
vms !. eoarsMT, tt aniaaav eraser, at roaa eir.
J M. BUFORD,
Tha old Tire tna Tuas-trtad
astwuUraaiany rallsbKoampaay tan aflart.
foul patneafe it aoDeldea
Represents tha followlcs well
known Fire and Aeciient Insur
ance Compauien :
M saebaeter, TS B
Hew HamueBlra .
Fidelity aid Casualty i ..
Office corner Eighteenth street and
Second avenae, second floor.
tawed building sicca
Ashltr wid trlrarairi.t
For chepne.a, dnrabtlltj and
beantj excelled by none. This
tone doe not waak or color the
wall with alkali, eta. Plant tent
at for ettlmatea will reoaive
Careful attention and be return ad
- promptly at oar expense.
Qaarriee 11 mueifrom Book
Iilnnd on the C B. AQ.B.B.
Trains Boa. and 10 will atop
ad let TlaJtort off and oa.
Brld j3 ttens, csrn erl
blcsks tnd foundation
tcne any size dsslred.
Samples of Stone and Photoeot
Bandings can be aoea at Boom
No. It. Mitchell ft Lyade'a balld
lag. addmt. ' ' -
Arthur BorralL manager,
Rock island or Colona, lU
White Seal saloon
i8is Second Arcana.
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
w.y Tickets can be purchased or kagtsffe
eked at R1AP Twentieth street depot) of
C K I A P depot, comer Fifth avenae and Thlrtf
flrst street. Prank H Plummer, A rant. . .. ..
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All others dailv. Telephone 1U83
Sunday evenim; a Pullman deeper will be at
tha depot after 11 :0r. whirh will leave lor C hi
cago at S a. m. MoatUy.
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