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   News Standard, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1893, Uniontown, Pennsylvania                              MAKIXdXHW TARIFF EMBARRASSING TIME FOR THE FRAMERS MatMtntn VnlUtl m Anto lli ItriiuirtM rrnmMiinv Are Opposed to Free Wool Tin1 Income appears slat the embarrassment of the ays ami iiipans committee is to from tho articles IIJKMI which tho ecific advalorem ilntiis are to bo ro bnt from the urtioles that are to iD put on tlie free It hiul boon accepts up to qnito recently the Democratic party was united tho proposition of putting nni lumber on the frpo bnt the latest tlevelopnicnts have iJicatrtd that this is not Cnlbersou anl other Texas mein are have alretuly souiuleil their nn to free and they are likjly to i substantial eiicowragement from hio members and of grazing states of the Several i the Alabama representatives are pro tiftainst the proposition to place ron ore and coal on tlio free The fstamsive lumber both of tho and are almost a unit in iftposing free The will probably oppose ireo to a ns it is stated that even Whiting of the ways and meane will contend that the effect placing salt on the free list will be nly to give the English salt nmnu a monopoly of tho American larkets and close up the American the lot of Wilson and is colleagues of the ways and means ommittee is not a happy With a irore or more of influential gentlemen emamling a caucus for the considora on of the tariff bill and various others eclaringthat they will not vote for the icasuro if it makes the drastic reduc ions on the articles in which their con titneuts are the difficulty in Muring Democratic harmony on tho neasore now being evolved by the ways means committee is every day be oming more The question f an income tax is rapidly coming to he front as a live The proposition which finds most avor is to levy a percentage tax on all of per annum and nt those of the committee who nro low giving the matter tho most study inclined to another which they elieve to be more This is impose an income or capitalization tax on that is to collect a Tjced annual either from the earn ings or the paidup capital stock of cor This has led to still another which contemplates the of all corporations at the time T their organization and he tax to bMevied by means of nstamp the anionnt of the tax to be at to tho license to depend upon he amount of capital It seems tkely that in the end the committee nay adopt some moderate A tho Belilen Avenue Baptist church last night Barbour had just risen and an touncecl his Escape For Thy when a member stepped to tho jnlpit and whispered that the building YES on He quietly dismissed the without making any explimation and they all Che fire damaged the church to the ox ent of Corilrm jreut sensation has been created here tliH teieirraphic announcement from he City of Mexico that General Jnan one of the greatest revolu tionary leaders of has been ar csteil and imprisoned in tlie San Juan Dnelloa by order of President Linz for attempting to incite an other evolutionary uprising against the gov Expelleil From tho Osiigo chief and executive council of the Usage na ion have issued an edict ordering dll negroes to leave tho reservation in W days and notifying thorn that any negro found iu the conntrv after that time will be given SO Election liispecLcis in the returns show that John is elected by 63 Mayor Thomas who was a candidate for al leges fraud in the Three in spectors of election have been SIUM by Hr the Auifricnh across who recently pro nced a play Mirza at the Opera which proved to be unsuc has been sued by 45 of her em ployes for unpaid KKK KNIQHTS OF Ml A Mournful Meeting Over An archists Graves in Tholr Aimnnl Convention Cunreiicn In seven tconlh jinnnal Kission thu general iis stfinbly nf the Knights of ill convene in tliiri on Tuesilay The pesiin last n veel or Id be jtialo u tiie SCIMYAIi AMI F1KMIEX basis of onu cleleatu from every W ami dele 1 gates will bipivsitnt from all The TVrnu of Tlielr Provlilnl Tluy KITH Ouiit Tlxy Iriiitirt thu II SWIFT MINNEAPOLIS November prjy jy j f VrdHX Ml I m The cold air pisuelroUii M I I I I LflllO OLllLLO It Minister Willis Has Probably Acted in the Hawaiian Tlio The cola nir pnuelntUts iiverywliore and chills the hijingl ho system open to tho aitnger of j pneumonia and kindred XKXT SHII ANXIOUSLY it win of tho country ami lll trades will lw The will Inoau of tlie most important in tlie history of The reports to bp read will lie those of ioneral Workman n coin Uencrill Secretary and Treasurer Hayes memovation of the dentil of the that of Wright of the sjun era executive If a change is Fischsr and were bell at the I made it is probable that the monnment to their memory i tors will be located niliiuiat in Waldheim In of a or at leaden sky from which coM rain fell steadily throughout tho day the ser1 Armietl For an income vices at tlie graves were attended by Hall of nearly The occasion was Missouri went before Democratic niein niade notable fev the fact that Dannie bers of the ways and means committee Mirhaol Schwab and and argued in favor of an income tax the comrades of the executed a means of raising who were sentenced to Hull represents a largo element in the but pardoned out recently by th it ufethod of rnis Governor were iiroseiit at thai He said that a grndn two of 1ioldon I ated tax on incomes nftar an ciouuition being the orators of the i Of been made would meet When Neeb and ydiwah i with l great deal of favor in the sourh were pardoned it was said to be a con and There are several members dirion of their release that they should of the committee favoring au income make no more anarchistic but but it is not believed that such a they made them i course lias yet been agreed in his described the j execution of tho dead in Amemhiymen illegally dnlpini in elaborate encomiums on de their j cision of the supreme court of this state In relation to the pardon of Governor declaring the present legislative appor the speaker said Theaction j tionment act unconstitutional has of Uovernor Altgclfl brings tons the i caused great consternation among the hope that there are yet men of storn i lawyers and politicians at the honesty of purpose who have the conr According to the decision only seven of familiar with in the It ago to stand for the and that I tho assemblymen just elected are en there is a bright future before ns in j titled to their which truth and right shall j He concluded his speech by earnestly i Three More appealing to his audience to submit all j faculty of The manner and purpose of their Arrive With the First if the Tarrying Out of tin iltiit4 IrovMonnl Coveru nutltH Keprcricntiitivo KcflHiM he has met with some delay United States j Minister Willis has now been in i Honolulu a week and it is not improb able that he hits carried into ellect the I instructions he took with and j which have been so well kept a secret on this side of the If lie has done the steamer which loft i Honolulu Saturday will bring the news of iho consequent events and will reach an outlet to the rest of the world with it on next Whatever recourse the administra tion may have determined upon to posed to coTitain the bulk of tho stolen formerly paving teller of Km of There is hut one remedy that stimulates system and torlihes it againstsuch ati and and that is Not such a arrested at houtnamptun un hoard tha whiskey as is generally palmed otr on the COSTSUMPTIOIT North from Now with being un accompli lie for nuitiy years tint find favor A tender on which woro several liar ever purity is required Physicians pre iormon Lloid Saalo bnt a whiskey of known purity is Ku h iu the If Ton were soiiuMtilup new aim untriiM people might iloatu but what hus proved itwel through a reconi iisoUliis our fcracdfatliers meatto jus what it Bitnk of who came to England on the Umbria for purpose of intercepting Schieg and ac compainel the police down the bay ami identified the two men neeHRc Schieg and Floyd both made violent resistance to arrest and Sjliieg to i loin I nse a They were soon over psin owered and two g taken from each They A CREENSBURG 3eorge Stewart Hit With a Cobble In i fight at New Alexandria near here last George brother of cx3hcr iT John Stewart of this was hit a stone by Charles Dowdcn and is dying from the effects of tlio Dowdcn first hit him in the head witli a knocking him to the While yingunconscious Dowdcn Ivt hm in the side with a larye cobble in llictinga fatal internal lie was removed to his home An I s dyinn IJowden ia under lance and will be arrested for murder i a soon as otcwart THE BETHANY ACCIDENT Particulars of Wado Blllingaleya Sad A correspondent of the NEWS STAND ARD at given the follow particulars of the accident whicl jMincd Wade of California to lose his life A ring and two anvils used and in flrinK the fourth the riiiR hmt and struck Billingsioy a senior sin wh playinira drum u hundred yfcrdn crashing through face and palate and iiMking an awful wound proved ta Jin Heou 3 they were yoinp ill lie would not he Afraid ol nd been nrf one There WM hardly jlrv fiv amonff JMHt viewed the cloom over town questions of difference between capital Princeton college has suspendeil Stu aud labor to It was the dents Honry Wolty Coulter of Greens hope of the he to settle William Parsons of Flush those dilleronces peaceably by arbitra ing ana Warren Jackson j until May 1 for taking part in tho Fielden spoke nest and said You recent hazingof a numberof have met together to commemorate the i memory of the men who lie under j A libber yonder You have met here to run protest against the injustice of their njng fight occurred about 15 miles from taking It is indeed an injustice lere between Sheriff Owens posse and that you should be forced to meet toj three of the train iu which one getlior to protest against this of the latter was vVich Not often in the history of governments one who was captured Tuesday has such a crime been The only has a full thing that gives ns courage is that here and there a man rises up like Governor i slum Swiii to Altgeld who has tho courage of his Eclair published a rumolwhich says that a of men woro men of law and arlus warships are being secretly Tho future will give them jus bought for in order that that I beseech of yon that you go to country may wage war against yonr homos and resolve to do your The rumor is not believed to be found duty in righting this n A For Sntolll at Niagara FalK War NIAOARA Sa NO years old and said to be worth tnlli and the party of distinguished has sued for divorce from Catholic clergy who had taken part in his He alleges that she tried to of Bishop Ilyan kill him with both knife and jn arrived Services were that she has been very cruel and has a held in the chapel of the passion for speculation on the board Warren alleges that his spouse j has stolen money from sold his hay from his trees from his everything she cov find to secure money lor Corn dispatch from says that United States i secure the restoration of Queen Lili j it is very evident that Sec i Greshtim does not expect that extreme will have to bero sorted The course proposed to ba pursued seems to bo to request th5 pres i ent government in the name of the United States to give way qui etly to the restoration of the The Hawaiiuns in this city are very firm in their conviction that the government I will refuse to yield to any such gentle I persuasion ns They assert their earnest belief that it will require at least a show of force to induce them to I resign the reins of Bnt this i opinion is not unanimous among those is pointed how and severe a strain there has been on the members 1 of the provisional government in the uncertainty that has beset their posi j it is pointed shows how i dependent they feel upon the United pow beini were then handcuffed and placed upon the tender and taken to j They were brought to London The baggage of the which is sup was oiu fail J by imc f Dr ford It taken dinoilv hont or wont CSPH of liver BH of Kioneya am nf WriiohnA oivof Dr rs hiu Addrtiu II lirs Sale n has pnnbsped A utt which ut Hi Ml m jO KM on Clohipir rot 26 An Old AltonjKi cnao ot James who suicided in court i while under a charge of was revived when Bells former em ployer sued a life isurance company for The amount represents a life policy due the dead mans boie the premiums on which tho plaintiff claims were paid with money stolen from Bell 13 said to i been the wayward son of a wellknown Lutheran and j having rnn away from home to follow j a and had long been thought by j his parents to ba What is this This Rooster a Viooilen Hara has in his family a pet rooster which had its leg trampled on last week by a The leg was crushed entirely but is it healed nicely Hara concluded to preserve tho He The absolute disapproval of them by I procured a piece of soft and con this government will be announced to structed a wooden leg for the family i anyhow 7 is the only bow ring which them by Minister Whatever i I j be puied from the outcry of public sentiment there is here j to its artificial and hobbles j in sympathy with them and against i around the yard in good Its t their deposition they will be absolutely j principal trouble is when it to Fillgd and other watch cases To be only with Boss cut off All they have is vitally at time it falls ami SHmnPfl wjfh thittrade mark W dependent upon good order and main the wooden leg slips from the i stamped lUi thifttracle tenance of law in the Any i postal will bring you a watch case sort of assurance from Minister Willis Cannot lie Adrian KeystoneWatcH that the moral influence of the United States government would be exerted to j who was in in ISOl for maiutain stable goveniuient by the t embezzlement and who has boon lo qneen and to restrain it from snch j cated in will probibly roj vagaries and excesses as that of tho j main there There is no clause in our i T constitation she sought to have adopted extradition treatv with ac in January might tempt the memI cording to tho views of Solicitor Dabj thm r bersof the proxasiotial government to j ney of the state covering step uside and trust to the United I the States to preserve their interests in its own This is what President Cleveland and Secretary Ureshiun hope though what assurances they have authorized the minister to jrive us to A Thief Rotis n patient at the left taking I two coats and vests and a silver watch future influence by this government in on which was tho Held l Id 10 in thn Ur rap ltd nuby sil West KrtJ Hotel Greek ministry was defeated in the election of a president his yardin everything she could of the of Vhe inet at once The king charged Triconpis to form a new the islands is not i Congressman ONeill of Massachusetts has laid before Secretary an appeal from a Boston having large interests in the islands which shows that all those acquaints with j lie was serving a nix months i jail sentence for rJioft And hail boon taken to the hospital for Hoy a 001 lPp1 U Sa BTilov A MFfl for TTlniV li ii of i 1 all olsc fails H to IH rescue Noi ti U only iifur failliful should tiny oue ii brotiyht the l to life unil li hus turiiid It i U no ii ihrutighimt me lwlicat Trfatiitou r ami titomacfi Jtitnttsfn ttialtrd free Htkatck IM OLD EXPORT ulont la and for a buver npc Itisthoprodaritof one of the oUIpst dlsulJerie in niter rfiTnaininp In Gov ernment omuled warchiusrs the required time eo anrf tfaore tept in heated warehouses until pcrrecily inn shipped boiilexl on our own premises ami when vft offer you Old Exion ive snow whereof we aotl chailuugti com Six Pont lir erpreastonll and on urdcrs of or ovtr wo will pay Thoro aro nmncrnua lniUatiou3t but bo cnretal o secare tho JOSEPH FLEMING 412 Market l Complete Trice of nnd mailed free to ncy the conditions have not so hopeful a bej lad of 15 employed by the Lima lief as to tho outcome of the effort to i Clothing company was hold up while I Agricultural Agent Mnrphy reports R G N stock 000owing to tho depressed condition of restore the They fear hliod and nak i A San Francisco dispatch snys Hawaiian CJonstil Wilder was disagreej ably surprised when he presented a draft drawn on the provisional govern ment at a and the bank rafusitd to honor It was explained to him on his way Jiomc and1 robbedof bis pocketbook containing his weoka amounting to Killoil i ures thousands annuallyof LlverCom Dyspep Afore Ills result from an UnhewlLhy Liver than any Why snnVr when you csn ba cured ntor it fnmllv VOCIl DUfGGIST WlLlTg inott ordng pounds oi DUS1I1S3 DufTys Victim Taylor of who was ad which ho ripped abdomen Irains Tho inurdor wtia cnuaod by a Huncnrinn ononcrti Killrd in a collision of two freight trains on thi ake and Oliio at th Tho inurdor wtia cnuaod by a woinnn whom they both the First Ojrstcr i ha jrnt reached hero of tht firnt oi tho i season botwuuu tin tho by the bank officials that they did not oyster policoon ths It is know what might happen to Honolulu reported that the captain of tliotremor when the contents of Secretary killed in the i hams letter became known thrro and they did not earn to take any Heretofore the drafts on the provisional government have been paid without It is also stated that ants hero are uneasy about tho situation and that they are making no shipments of freight to Honolulu on tho Russian which leaves here next They j are waiting to see what is going to Kliidcinle nr epidemic of influenza that can count at least w merch many victims as oonld In in iti j palmiest days prevaile in Iliis uL it is not nearly so severe as wad tua Wunt to Coinprniuliu tii6 debate on tha hudKOt was opened in the lower house j t A XT mi IT c of the Hungarian diet by LONDONNov 13The ilelegatoa of Ulinister Of finnnnei and president the Miners1 federation have made an t ri j l i offmto the Onal Mine Owners associaitUe m1nitEenrt tion to end the wnge dispute by i the men a uniform daily waai of 7 n Fair warmer easterly to south shillings for stall men and C shillings for thud abolishing the con tract fivsh in A SlifT For PITH OF THE sv LohenKnlHciiirniy was routed anil his i kraU bnrned in William the wouldbe j Fifty anarchists have been in tram ronher who was shot and killed Barcelona as a result of by Officer Barney of the local police force while ncting as a baa I Tho treasury balance is now below Die brought suit ngainat the Southern Eij the lowest point press company for j in means committpo immibcrs say the election will have no effect on tlio is tariir hill to be v reported here tluit there is an uprising Chief Justice sitting at Tivn against Preaidwnt Hippolyto in tho j deeidwl that iliu county excisa sontiiern pirt of the rebels hav law n A Crunk Heir to identifica tion of George Herbert the crank who wanted to borrow j from Sir Oliver is now thorI oughly He ia said to be the sou of a wealthy broker doing bnsii ness in York who sponds his sum oiiit uier in Stokes is liberally provided and when his mother dies he will come into posses fancy alou of rtotibtu A Onitiblhiff 7nnskol man entered tho Nevada POUL through to tho gambling pair U1 ing a revolver on Chris tho f chicken only dealer ordered him to hold up hia h Johnson i ing declared in favor of General Mani Tlie rebellion is said to beheaded by Jean A nirynlUt to secretary of an in surance rompimy of Frudurick coiuiiiitted Tilt populace of are dosoriiiiK the town for fiar that anottu B1716i 3 pur pa1 pjr lOailo lh sprlii but before help arrived thu robbar had lllM secured in coin aud COltNNV i ADMIMSTKATOKS mcrti for its Pti in in ajjpdinuaenw M PALMS COLLEGE n HP now tmbc Cbcftnn St Philv on parns TiUr ami ion in sccurinir A roaif f aug 17rp e manMmis Fntrcli CALTHOS una i irinttc itial STOP nd KESTOHE l and pay I Sola Imtricia been learned that Evans in and child had boon Thfy spending the night with n friend tue explosion an I fin faiuv Garfield Tea Cures Sick Headache r Floyd I plosion may take a was ridintr a Christian the baker who was hod seven times by a Jinrglar in 1 ditil from his The ordinance dcpartnuut has n and cnnift in collision with ox Hlicriff 1ri who was driving u Tlju horso trampled Emmitt to Clarks fnnoral took hije in Westminister Ahboy of Andrew tho dislintrnished pliysi the manufacture of guiiM forttia army KinoktIcsi powder is to As a result of the election a new Demo orKanization will probably j formed in York city as a rival to j Governor Tillman of SmuhCnrolinnlmd I jrniif Uladstone wn j RM nlUircntton on the fair grounds I oneof the Cohimbia with a man who was sIliutr i and who anust in spitt of constables and formerly ami instantly killmi his wifo onn Saturday night last hns binn ly tho supremo court to bo uxueutod Doc NKW Do the Chicago has hccn arrcuted here and bold in Mtmflr Ilnnk Hfsumcn 11 tin 1 National which closed its doors throe nionUm has resumed busi U 1 it K jo IS ly 3 A House swept tire mrmn frencnil of tin Unit ml luw jiitnl assistfil in performing ft siir culinre Jernrniah A mass of juiddlcrs was heltl to coiisidur per ton would be accepted as the price for Tho expressions of the workers were in opposition to tho Justice Depuo nf tlifi Xew Jenoy su preme court rlccifkil tlin Deinncmtjr gerrynmnder net of is uneotintit n tioniil lieiAiise it is a violation of tlieelaiixi of tlie constitution which provided assembly men shall lw elected by Mm I voids of the counties Tryingto Orpranlzft a Coal an extftmivo Wost Vir ymiaconl land is in town trying r interest locnl cnpiUl in the West ookft controls nlMiit of cofll lyinfc in the Coketon vftfn is nine fcftt makes an cxooren fnrnfice coke and to considered bw g ftrel In the The fieM Igiioriuff Labi have been posted in all tho foundries in the city that hereafter they would be run da open This virtually the The union scale of wujjea will not be The maidens are greatly excited and a general strikb may bo Nine Chinese SAN Chinese arroated in Michigan and threo arrested In this state for violating tlie Scott tsr cluaion act woro placed on the steamer which sailed for Snocemls Sit A ml row Henry one of tho throe in ordinary to the Prince of suc ceeds Sir Ami row Clark as Glad stones Torpedo Outfit For A have been received at tlio torpedo sta 2 3oT 0 N whil ai IlVEN Jnblipr1 paten EAST d fair ami markfit f fair Hulit Komi fat cmvn unit Htaus lint domand only i fair In all markets nro STOP TO THINK That some of the hard and dirt in the kitchen can be dis pensed with by using the right kind of The kitchen range is the most important of a I f yours dont try the Copper Found In tho grading on the streets in this city work men unearthed A vein of copper A residence of tho Marchionofls Vosconti in Paris has fceon destroyed by In tlmen Ho also in these dull times young wmmld prnpnro for tho revival of bUFPS nf Utod of yoiuiff mon for of by givin to tbem thronifh practical inntifn Mnn is tiie foremost of its kind in the they ahmild address the Prcfiidftnt for novldAwH host lo lnftvy rommon o fafr r fnir demand an l nn wiiilo oomtno gool O prir voai calvo mnrkoi vory iliil quarter lower on Ueavy aul hin Crushed His before he could Ret it thn font was AmpirrttJonwillhene IN TERN ATIONALt STOCK CASH GUARANTEED ON EVERY will prevent will cniiso CuUle lo full en much quicker and fain more pounds per hnshol of Il will give surprising results for Sheep md POULTRY KOOI enres sick Chickens and J insures more When needinsr International Stock Poullry Fond and Silvefipine Healing linlly enII ou our dealer where you wilMimln eoniplele sloek of cvcrythinjfiisiwllv earned in n firstelas sloro oflliis Prices and quality of our goods are a of E 165 Morgantown Retail of International Food   

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