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   Lock Haven Express (Newspaper) - September 11, 1890, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania                                NINTH YE Alt-N - !. . LOCK HAVEN, PA.. TliUPwSDAV. SEl'TEM I.ER 1.1. 1890. LMUUE-TWO CENTS EVENING EXPHESS KINSL.OK BKOTHKKS - - - rDBLlSHKUB CURRENT COMMENT. Now for Novenilior and a, Kopuhlicau tilii] wuve. Tub United States has twico as many dor.torfl in proportion to its population as (.Jroat Britain and five times as many as Franco. PimAT>Ki.muA Bulletin: Ex-Souator Emory is so long about ooming in out of the wet with his charges against Dela mater that it is feared he is having trouble in keeping his powder dry. General Hastings is now formally a oaodidat3 for the position of director-gou-eral of the World's Fair, His management of affairs at Johnstown last summer showed that he would make a good ono. The negroes of Canada, thirty thou sand in number, are clamoring for re pre Hantatiou in the Dominion Parliament. In protesting against taxation without repre aoutation, they are following a woll-known American precedent. Tuey are beginniug to sum up the results of this year's base ball campaign. Keturns so far received indicate that tbo managers are not so rich as they were at the beginning of the season, but they know a groat deal more. The census count knocks boom figures silly. Wichita, Ivan., has been claiming 42,000 inhabitants Ths census count, just completed, gives the city 22,735. Hutchinson has boon posing at Wichita's rival for gi-catuess, and the census gives her S,67S. THE TARIFF BILL PASSED. It is said that 10,000 Irishmen settle in England every year. If they go into the city of London it .will not belong before the Lord Mayor of London, the Board of Aldermen and every policeman is an Irishman and the question of Green Erin will be settled forever. The reports of the potato blight in Ireland oontinue to be of the most alarming character, and the English government and people are devising means to save tho IriBh from starvation during the ooming winter. The immediate cause of the calamity, this year, is the weather. Joseph Pulitzer, the proprietor of the New York World, will never bave the pleasure of feasting his eyes on the magnificent structure which he has just completed in New York city, as be has gono oompletely blind, notwithstanding the unremitting attention of the best specialists in the world. A .strike of carpenters at Chicago lias been concluded by an arrangement under which the men will be paid thirty-seven and a half cents an hour. This disposes at one and the same time of the question of wages and houiB, and seems to show good sonse on the part of the strikers. A good many employers bave all summer been paying the men thirty-seven and a half cents an hour, bo that the arrangement is a fair one for both Bides. We to-day publish an open letter from H. T. Harvey, Esq., giving his view of the recent Republican nomination for CongreBB in thiB county. Neither Mr. Harvey nor Mr. Hopkins announced themselves regularly as candidates for Congress, as we believe should have been done. Of course each bad the same right to aspire to the office, and had both publicly announced themselves several weeks before the convention as candidates a misunderstanding would have been avoided. As we understand the matter the friends of Mr. Hopkins on the day of the primaries urged him to allow the use of his name for the position, and when he consented they at once went to work to win. As there was no regularly announced candi date for Congress in the field they soon secured enough delegates to nominate their favorite, and now that Mr. Hopkins is tho choice of the convention all Kepub-! licans Bhould rally to his support, that < �Clinton county may secure tho district nomination. Kinphart  SlMurs at Music Hall. "The very best performance I ever saw for tbo money" said one gentleman last night at the Tiiuehart Co.. and by the comments he only voiced the general verdict,-"Better than I expected" said a lady; and so the comments are heard on every side. Why, if the people really knew what a remarkable company the Kineharts were, there would be more people tamed away every night than there was on Monday. Last night's perfoim-anco in many respects excelled-if possible, tho Monday performance. - [ Lynn, Mass., Daily Bcc, Oct. 2:jth. At tho Opera House Monday evening. The Giants In Town. The celebrated Cuban Giants base ball club spent yesterday afternoon and last night in this city and left this morning for Kenovo where they are to play to-day. Last night the Giants attended the entertainment in the Opera House, and were highly delighted with tbo performance. Debato Ended in the Senato and a "Vote Taken on McKinley's Measure. PARTY LlflES  STIUUTLY   DKAWIs, It (i oes Throngh by 10 to Senator llonr Makes the Cloning Speech, the SIi llor.r Ueimte Ending at Half-Taut Flvo-After the rafMugo a Committee on Cmifernnce Ifl Appointed. "Washington, Sept. 10.-Mr. Morgaa offered a resolution, which went over till to-morrow, calling on the Secretary of the Interior for a statement concerning tho laud claims of the Northern Pacific railroad compauy. lie also oflcrod a resolu tion embodying instructions to tho Senate Conferreeson the Land Forfeiture bill in relation to the lands of the Northern Pa-cifio railroad company and other companies.   Laid on the table for future action. Tho Tariff bill was taken up, tho question being on its passage, and six hours being allowed to close the discussion. Mr, Hoar, referring to tho reciprocity proposition, said that he had voted for i; yesterday with some hesitation, and should not have done so U he had thought that tbo scheme contained in the amend mont was all that was likoly to come out of the enl aring on that policy. There was some great constitutional difficulties in tin-way, which had beeti ably stated by Mr. Evarts. no thought also that on tho one side tho reciprocal exchanges were incomplete, and that they contained one or two articles, especially tea and hides, that had to be dealt with Bololy in the view of internal interests and without relation to the effect on other countries of their being taxed or untaxed. ne thought also that in tho forefront of any policy on that question the United States should determine to put an end, as far as legislation could do it, to tho practice of foreign nations imposing export duties on products used here. lie would havo such products, coming from such nations, exoluded altogether from American ports if they could be supplied from elsewhere. He, however, regarded the amendment rather as a declaration of purpose than as a definition of legislative policy; and it was in that view that he had given it his support. the bill passed. The six hours' debate cloBcd at 5:30, and a vote was then taken on tinal passage, resulting: yeas 40, nays '29, a strictly party vote. Seven pairs were announced. Aldrich moved that the Senate insist on its amendments to the Mouse bill, and ask for a committee of conference to consist of seven on each side. The motion was agreed to, and Aldrich, Sherman, Allison, HiBcock, McPherson, Vance and Carlisle were appointed conferees on the part of the Senate.   Adjourned. uukrows means business. Though Speaker Heed remained at the Capitol all day he did not make his appearance in tho House, but his place was well tilled by Bowers, who in his decisions somewhat out-reeded Heed himself. During the reading of the journal Ofereall demanded a recapitulation of the names of members not voting, contending that this was part of the journal. On previous occasions the same demand has been made upon Speaker Reed, and with Bome re-uctauce has been acceded to by him. But to-day Speaker pro tern. Burrows revised the decision of the Speaker and held, despite the protests from tho Democrats, that the names of members not voting could not be read tipon demand. The only business transacted iu tie House to-day wa3 the reading of ytBter day's journal, but this failed ol approval because of tho lack of a quorum, and tho House at -j o'clock adjourned. a parliamentary" knot. According to the views of some of the Democratic members, the House has got itself into an unprecedented parliamentary knot, which prevents the Speaker of the Houso from assuming tho'duties of his office. The first rule of the House provides that the Speaker shall cause the journal of the proceedings of the last day's sitting to bo read, having previously amined and approved tbo same. Tho Speaker not having boon present yesterday, and his place having been taken by Speaker Protem Burrows, he, of course, could not approve the journal, and until that if done he cannot according io this \ iuw, assume- the uHieu of presiding fjlJicer- Frnliiy Ni-M'H Shim. On Friday eveninc the Opera House at traction will he "The Nabobs," the now musical farcical extravaguLva written for .lohD K. JJenshaw and May Ten-Broeck. It is one of the bent attractions of that nature on tho road thin season. It in not claimed that there ia a plot-one does no! associato plcts with fun-but there is a sufficient thread of a story to string upon it a series of comical sayings and do ings, good music, haudsomo costumes and novel acouic effects, and from tho rising to the falling of the curtain the laughter J whirl of merriment goes with a breezy and delightful swing. An admirable compauy of comedians and comely girls have been solected to surround the two stars, and, as ono guBbing critic says, the porformanoo will bo "loaded down with the sweetest uiort'.j'ls of tho I'-unody s / Friends: Two years ago 1 was honored by the Republicans of Clinton county with their endorsement for the nomination for Congress iu thlK district. It came to me unsolicited iind without any previous Intimation that I was to be thus honored. In accepting it I said that, as by the custom of the party; Mr. Mccormick was entitled to tbo nomination for another term. I would respect the custom and aid In his nomination, which I dU. Since that time my name has been mentioned frequently in connection with tho nomination te made this year, not only in the local newspapers, but in the Philadelphia J*rcsx and other newspapers In and outside of this district. So other name, so far as 1 know was mentioned, except Gen. Merrill'** and ho promptly published a card declining to allow his name to he used, saying he favored my nomination. If I had had any reason U) suppose that Mr. Hopkins was a possible candidate, which I had not, his declarations made to me less-whun a month n^o when wo were riding together Iu the cars between lieilefonte mid Lock Haven, that lie "did not Intend to take any part iu politics this year," that there was uothiug in politics for him and that he would not under any circumstances accept a political otlice," would have relieved me of any doubt on Uie subject. With full confidence that I would receive the endorsement of Clinton County, without opposition, my friends sharing that confidence with me, nothing whatever was done to prevent delegates from being instructed for another candidate, or to secure InstrurtlGus for myself. On the evening oS Saturday, the 8th Inst., the day of the delegate election, about ii o'clock, when I was ou the way home from my oilice, Mr. J. li. Les her asked moil Mr. Hopkins was a candidate, ior Congress, that Dr. Murriefc had made a remark which led him to make tho inquiry. I said that I had not heard that ho was, ;iud as 1 felt sure thai he was not, 1 gave it no further thought. Ou Sunday morning I received a letter from a friend In Renovo, stating "that Just before ttic polls closed I discovered some people wore secretly voting Instructions for Hopkins; all our votes were in with uu Instructions. It was then too late, the work was doue." I had no Idea then that Mr. Hopkins was giving countenance to the movement, or that bo would in any way allow his name to be connected wilh it, when it came to his knowledge. I was confirmed in this belief when Gen Morrill told me that Mr. Hopkins had said to 1'ost-master Barker that he was not a candidate and that it f-hould go no further. I found however on Monday morning that other districts had boon carried by the secret ballot system used in Keuovo, and that he had attempted it in others and failed. I also learned that hi* friends had boon in tho country on Sunda>-soliciting tho support of uulu-strueUid delegates, and tnat oHiers had boon i tut out early on Monday for the same purpose. I also learned thai lit.- had consulted mends mouths ago as to the propriety of his being a candidate for Congress. I then knew that ho was a party to the socret and underhanded movumfcnt which by thedepoHitof a few Instructed ballots in the boxes which could he reached, was to bo taken as the declaration of the Republicaus of the county in bin favor. Whether Mi. Hopkins could have carried, In a contest, one or more districts In tho county, outside of the First and Second wards of Luck Haven, which I admit ho could have carried, it i� tin necessary for the purpose of this letter, to admit or deny, butli ifc Important, In view of tho friendly relations which have existed between ub for mauy years, during a portion of which time the confidential relations ul attorney and client existed, I hat 1 should say that I had no knowledge of his candidacy and no opportunity eilh-or to get out or bis way or to measure strength with him asacxmlM.We b'j.'oru tho people. Whether Mr. Hopkins has sun-ceded in soci.ilnv by tint methods above indicated a �un'nrlty   nnl. know, r did not try to uncertain, but at once resolved nol to allow my riMiic io go bfifore ih . Tbo funeral took place on Tuesday. Hurled To-Day. Tbo remains of Jacob Tigh, tho man whoso neck was broken at the nail mill on Tuesday, were interred this foronoon in the Catholic comotorj. Thodecoasod was a mombor of tho Catholic church. and a second edition will soon be published. Her reputation has gono up like a shot, and she has, it is stated, dedided to leave newspaper work, and has contracted with N. L. Munroo to write serial stories of weekly installments for his story paper. She is tii got $10,000 Tor the Ihbt year and $10,000 a year for the next two years to come, and sbe has at tho same time tho right to do some outside work. This is hig pay for a girl of the ago of Nellie Bly, and she will bo tho highest salaried young woman in tho United States. THE SOUTHAMPTON STRIKERS. Thsy Still Maintain a Menacing Attitude- More *Ero�pi on Doty. London, Sept. 10.-Tbe striking dock laborers, sailors and firemen atSoutbamp-ton still maintain a menacing attitude and the authorities fear that there may be further riots notwithstanding the faot that a large force of police from London and other places are at Southampton for the pnrpose of aiding the looal authorities in preserving order. Further detachments of troops have been summoned to assist in putting down an overt demonstration that the mob of strikers may attempt. Some of the strikers have gone out in small boats to await the arrival of in coming steamers with the object of persuading their crews to join them in the strike. The admiralty have been asked to assist in preventing this move of the strikers. Eight men were arrested for taking part iu the rioting yesterday. To-day's mob gathered around tho Mayor's residence and made threatening demonstrations. The Mayor telephoned for assitance and a number of soldiers were despatched in cabs to disperse tbe crowds. Several bodies of troops arrived bore this afternoon and evening. The employers held a meeting and subsequently issued baud bills, promising every protection to the men returning to work. Tbo union submitted a proposal for au advance iu wages undeitikiug not to ask a further increase for two years to oome. Tho employers, however, declined to accede to the condition that no nonunion men Bhould be employed. Seventeen more arrests of strikers havo been made. The soldiers threatened to fire on the mob several times before they succeeded in dispersing tbe rioters. Posters issued by tho mayor urging the men to remain in their houses were angrily seized by tho mob and destroyed. Business in the place has become paralyzed. HEAVY RAINFALL AT ELMIRA The Entertainment Last Night. Ttio closing entertainment of the Cantata of ljueen Esther, given in the Opera House last night, was fairly well attended considering the disagreeable condition of tho weather. The performance was a repetition of tbat given tho previous evening, and at tho close of the last act of the Cantata the military drill by thirteen young ladies was repoatod by request. Prof, Goodrich, tbo instructor aud director who has shown so much ability in bringiug the performers to the proficiency attained, left to-day for Millville, Columbia couuty, where the Cantata is to bo produced under his direction, ne was so muoh pleased with his visit to Lock Haven that he coutemplatoB returning at some future timo for the pnrpose of holding a musical convention. V. M  C. A. Meetloe- There will be a meeting this evening at 7:30 in the offico of T. M. Stevenson, Esq., on Water street, of all porsons who have signified their intention of becoming members of tbo Young Men's Christian Association. The meeting is called for the purpose of takiug the preliminary steps towards effecting permanent organization. It is quite likely that State Secretary llurlbert will bo hero next week to assist iu organizing the branch of Y. M. C. A in this city. Tlmu Changed, Tho timo for the bearing of t.bo up river tlehormen before Alderman  Noble has beou changed from Saturday afternoon to Monday afternoon at 1 o'olock. Three Inches of Ram Falls in Twenty Four Hours and Causes Great Damage, TIIE (JHEMUflG EIVEK OVERFLOWS, AH the Kullrmidit in That Section Stopped by Washed Out P.ridges and Tracks- The Kxhlbltom at the Inter-Stato Fair Hastily KemovliiK Their  o(h1* to Place* of Safety In Anticipation of a Further Rii� Elmiha, Sept.. 10.-Nearly three inches of rain has fallen here in twenty-four hours, and tbe watsr increased by the streams above, has raised tho Cbemun^ river to tho danger line. Tho lower part of the city is under watur. 'Fhe Delaware, Lackawanna and Westorn is not running any trains owing to the high water at Ivanona. The Erio road is blocked by land sides and washouts at Addison, HorncllBvillo and North Elmira. Tho Northern Central road has a bridge and traok washed out at Wat kins and Addison. The Pennsylvania road had a trestle washed out near Addison this afternoon and the road is blocked. The Erie is blocked at Wellsville, where the storm has washed out tho tracks as well as those of the Bradford, Eldred and Cuba road and Wellsville and Couders-port line. Exhibitors aro moving their cattle and goods from tbe Inter-State fair grounds tonight in anticipation of a flood. high water takes a bridge, Emporium, Sept. 10.-Two months ago the Philadelphia and Erie bridge over Driftwood Creek, near Cameron, was carried away and a temporary structure was erected iu its place. It bas been raining hard and steady in this section for the past threo days aud tbo streams are all swollen. This forenoon a span of trestliug at the above point was swept out by tho j freshet, blocking travel on tho entire Middle Division of tbe road. Eiie Mail west was live hours late reaching here, and the passengers, mails and baggage woro transferred by wagons, and travel is now being made by way of Ridg-way and thence over the Allegheny Valley load until the bridge is repaired. Nothing can be done, however, until the rain ceases and the streams subside. disastrous results feared Horn ells vi lle, N. Y., Sept. 10.-The highest flood since 1850 prevails in this vioinity. Railroads are tied up. Wash-; outs aud other damage are reported from all parts of the couuty. It is still raining 1 and the streams are yet rising. Disastrous results are feared. a new york village flooded. Canisteo, N. Y., Sept. 10.-The citizens woro aroused this morning at 4 o'clook by the ringing of the alarm bells, and found tbo village partially Hooded, tbe water being from one to three feet in depth. It rained all night in a perfect torrent, and it is is fettll raining. Much damage will bo done unless the rain ceases, as the creeks are over their banks and the river is rapidly raising. Tho flood is the wortst in years. Train Wreckers Plead Not Guiltj. Troy, Sept. 10.-The first examination of tbe men arrested at Albany for attempting to wreck the Montreal Express took place this morning. There were present John Cordeal and John Kierman, the two prisoners, their counsel, Master Workman Leo, Secretary Portley and Treasurer Price; of District Assembly 24G, and the prosecuting attornep. The prisoners were not in the least disconcerted, and looked none tbe worse for tbe wear. The examination was begun at once. Tbe prisoners pleaded not liuiliy and examination was continued until Saturday. Miss Sue Montgomery has returned faom a four weeks visit with friends at Corning, N. Y. A Handsome Mirror. A large aud very tine triple sided mirror was received at tho Bee Hive-etore to-day and ici a part of the fixtuicn of tho cloak department of. that establishment. Nelliu lily hi I,nek. Nullio lily, tho globe trotlor, had made a fortune by her hurried trip. Iu tbo filHt place bhe got a good salary from tho paper aud her Iccturo tour brought her in just $'J,500. A Brooklyn real estate man gave her a lot iu that city, and she waa presented with another lot in Iron City, Tenn. These lots are worth at least $1,000, and so ber net profits up to date have been at loast $13,000. In addition to this, 10,-000 copies of her book havo boon issuod, PEKSOXAL.    PENCILING!). Allio Williams, of Bcoob Crook, is amoug tho visitors iu the city to-day. Samuel Bennett, of Kenovo, caught a salmon on Tuesday which was 22$ inches in length. Mrs. Dr. llosw, of Vaoderbilt, is visiting her mother Mrs. .1. 1). L. Smith, on Bellofonto avenuo. Miss Blanche Hives, of Norfolk, Va, a couaiu to Amelia Hives Chandler, the oovylist, is a student at the Normal school. Editor-I. U. Shaffor, of tbo Kenovo AYiVi/, Is attending the Now York State Fair, accompanied by his wife aud daughter. President George B. Huberts and several other prominout railroad officials passed through this city yesterday oj thoir way to ^mcthport. Miss Dessio Lesher left to-day for Washington, D. C, to resume her duties as a typo writer in the census department, after having spent a pleasant vacation with relativos and friondB in this city. forming, as a whole, an admirable company of comedians, singers and specialists, mm-! jdoas in brilliant costuming and special scetiio surroundings. "It is bettor to laugh than bo sighing," says old the song, and tho fun makers who make us laugh ihu heartiest, utnl happiest are perbajw 'iuitii; tniidi �ih>.1 iu Uui world. Go and sco them at the Opera House to morrow night. BASE BALL RECORD. The Three OrKiinlzntiona anil Thulr Standing to Date. NATIONAL LKAGUE. CinciDuati-Wet grounds. Chicago-Chicago 8, Pittsburg 1. Philadelphia-Philadelphia 9, Brooklyn 3. Now York- Bustou S, Now York 5. l'LAVEUS' LEAGUE. Buffalo-(First garno) Chicago 8, Buffalo 4. (docond game) Buffalo 11, Chicago 3. Boston-Bostju 5, New York 2. Brooklyn-Philadelphia 6f Brooklyn 4. Pittsburg-Pittsburg 4, Cleveland 2. Standing of the Clnbi. NATIONAL LEAGUE. Won, Lost Brooklyn.........77   -11 Boston.............7;>    1! Phila j   17 PLAYERS' LEAGUE. Won. Lost. Boston..............7.'i   I'-' Brooklyn.........70   ."�U New York-------�!!> PhllRuelph!a...ti;t   55 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. Won. Lost. 4S Chicago.... New York........57 KJ Cleveland........:w 77 PIttsourK.........2U 1)7 Won. Lost. Chicago............61   5S Pittsburg.........51   (10 Cleveland........U   7� Bullalo.............31   82 Won. Lost. Louisville........(is   37 St..Louls..........IK   W Kochester........56   50 Columbus.........50   IS Won.Lort. Toledo............-66   18 Athletic......._..5S   54 .Syracuse..........44   61 Baltimore........30   69 Gaming for a Man's lAfe, Before tho war a man was on trial in Landerdalo county for murder. The circumstantial evidence against the man �was very strong, aud when the jury retired and took a ballot the result was six for conviction and sis for acquittal. It remained this -way for two days and nights, neither side showing any dispoeiY tion to change their minds. At last one of tho jury, named SUvertooth, proposed a game of seven np between the opposing sides, ono man to bo selected from each side, and whoever won the side was to stand by the result. This was agreed to, and Silvertooth, who was in favor of acquitting the prisoner, and another jnror, who was strongly in favor of conviction, commenced the game. It was a hotly contested game, {nd each jnror had scored six points when it came Silvertooth's time to deaL He shuffled tho cards carefully 'ana dealt off tho right number to each and then turned a jack, which made him wJft tl^e gamo and which saved the prisoner's life. Tho six who were for conviction voted with the other six for acquittal and the prisoner was discharged from custody.-Atlanta Constitution.' Maine's Big Majority. Lewiston, Sept. 10.-The Keening Journal has returns from practically tbe whole Slate, footing np: Burleigh, 03,562,' Thompson, 4-l,S�; Clark, 2.31S; scattering, 950.   Republican plurality, 18,721. Portland, Sept. 10.-The Advertiser has full representative returns from ten counties in Maine and partial returns from the remaining six. They indicate a Democratic gain of 12 Representatives, making the House stand 113 Republicans to thirty-eight Oomoorats. The Senate stands four Demoorats to twenty-seven Republicans. Dcuths at Farrandgville. Jacob Young, au old citizen of Farrands-ville, died this morning at 9 o'olock of heart discaso, aged To years. Funeral Saturday forenoon at 10 o'clock; interment at the Herman Settlement cemetery. The deceased was ill about a week and leaves a wife, three sous, Edward H., William T. and li. E. Youug, and one daughter, Mrs. E. F. Smith, all residents of Far-raDdsvillo. A child ot Mr. and Mrs. Harry Watkins, died at Farrandsville yesterday morning, aged about 2 years. A daughter of Mr. Michael McGuire died last night at Farrandsville of typhoid fever.   Her age was about 13 years. The Sew ClrcuM. Adam and John A. Forepaugh have given out some of the largest contracts for the big circus they are organizing, and say tbat a million dollars will be invested in the enterprise. Adam Forepaugh will re_-main with Coopei's show unt',1 *-.he end of tho season, but next year will devote ail his time to organizing the new oircas, which will not start out until 1S93. He says tbe show will be of suoh magnitude that it can only be exhibited in tbe large citios where long stands can be sustained. It will iuclttdc a complete traiu of oars to transport it from place to place. To-lHorrow  Nlicht. "Tlio Nabobs" is tho high sounding aud East Indian title of a uew musical farce extravaganza written for thoso two clever aitiats, John E. llensbaw aud May Ten-Broeck. Tbo meaning-of the word is "a person of great impoitance," aud is aptly applied to Henshnw aud Tcu-Broeok, for they are of great importance, especially iu the amusemeut world. The vaudeville stage has giveu some olevor pooplo to the so-called legitimate, but uoue who are more widely kuown or who have been credited with more artistic work than these two artists. This season thoy are i sarronnded by equally clover   people, Keep. Right On. From the Detroit Free Press. When coal oil was first discovered it was predicted by all the the leading scientists of the day that it would be exhausted in six months. When uatural gas was first discovered it was predicted that every "pocket" would be exhausted in sixty days. When tho average man gets fooled on a watermelon, evon when it is plugged for biru, those gray baited savants cau't be trusted to always hit things plumb center. Spisikor Keed at Washington. Washington, Sept. 10.-Speaker Reed reached Washington this morning and appeared at the Capitol at about 11 o'olock. lie weut at once to his room where be has siuce remained, seeing uo one. It was expected that he would take his seat in the chair at the. opening of tbe session, but be did not respond to tho summons of tbe doorkeeper and Speaker pro tem. Burrows called tho Ilouse to order.   

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