Greenville News in Greenville, Pennsylvania 11 Mar 1899
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News, The (Newspaper) - March 11, 1899, Greenville, Pennsylvania
Tots a Foch 6 at sensational f 6st irony at Btl Llor it fat Ifo Linatopi offi Essit so icy to sign it Englof i Tut for late Fly nil of made to match the bribery investigating committee representative Irvin Johnston of North Ampton testified that before the passage of the Mccarrall Bill in the he Honda conversation in a Roohi at the Lochiel hotel with Excenator John he went to the room with his colleague representative Mil at the Latte is and found spate of Berks and Roeii Berryf and Possi Bly some others Johnston Vas introduced to Coyle and he and Miller were left alone with Coyle had a typewritten the substance of which were that the democrats would vote for nobody else than George jetties for United states Coyle asked Johnston to sign the paper and told him he would leave the in on some other Bills that would come Johnston said he refused to sign the paper because lie and Miller for Jenks Coyle suggested to Johnston that lie would have him appointed on certain coyly told who is a phys that lie was not feeling Well and that i he would write him a prescription and he Coyle would pay him a fee of either or to sign the the witness could not recollect the exact Coyle urged John Ston to sign the paper and to the witness thought the co Arroll Bill was but Johnston not Johnston and Miller saw Coyle subsequently at the Lochiel hotel and the sex senator offered an amount of As Jii ear As the witness could in the to support them Coor Rell Bill before the Johnston said that in his conversation with Coyle it had been suggested that Coyle would like him to vote for Sena Tor Miller corroborated the testimony of his colleague relative to their visits to co los room and stated that on their first visit they went to see Coyle in com Pany with representatives Heil and they went to Spatz room first and from there were con ducted by Spatz to co los room and in Miller told of the paper that Johnston was asked to and could not recollect that anything was said about Bills that were to come up in the legis Miller told coyly that he would consider before he signed the when Miller saw Coyle the second time the Excenator took him into a private the witness could not recollect what was Miller was called out of Coyles room and lie and Johnston were offered apiece by representative Sputz to sign the Spatz afterwards called Miller aside and uttered him the next time Miller saw Coyle the asked him what it would Cost to help him out in the Mccarrell Miller said that Coyle spoke about coming in with the and that people often Brick houses when they go Home from the legislate in order to get in the ring and get a dewy on certain Bills Coyle told them they would have to sign the paper Miller March a mooting of the committee to inquire into the charges of bribery in connection with the passage of the Mccarrell jury Bill in the House was held last evening in the House judiciary general committee the first witness called was George nox staff correspondent at Harrisburg of the Philadelphia Mccain was shown a copy of the press of 20 contain ing charges of bribery in connection Bill and admitted that to was the author of a portion of the the information contained in the article was obtained by the witness of members of the the member who made admissions that to was approached and Mccain was Peter Cristo of who told the witness that to was approached by an individual and told that it would be Worth to him to vote for the re consideration of the Cristo declined at the time to give the name of Tho but subsequently he admitted to Tho witness that it was Thomas Moyles of who said lie wanted the Bill to become a As it would help him out in a Case in Luzerne county in which to was a triste asked Moyles to write what to wanted him to say when to made a motion to reconsider Tho vote by which Tho Bill was postponed until March before Moyles could write it the Bliss motion to adjourn to pre vent a reconsideration of the Bill was made and and nothing further occurred Between triste and Roylos John Dwyer testified that no was a staff correspondent of Tho and contributed that portion of Tho article alleging that representative John Fang Ler of Lycoming was corruptly approached to vote for Tho reconsideration of the to Durrell he was told by a member of Tho legislature after the Bill was postponed of the alleged efforts that had been made to corrupt ung and went to the Lycoming member and asked him if it was Bug Ler told Tho witness that to met Michael a former resident of Wil to Zoylo told bugler that to wide stood Hes Viva a roman stud asked him to vote for Tho Bill be cause archbishop Beau Wau Tod it to be Como witness said Coyle told bugler he pay him to Voto for Tho Bill Piu his hand in his pocket and Saul lie Wii ice give him at Coyle to used to do this when to was a member the legislature and that if bugler would go along of this Bill to would put him oi1 Sovell other Bills and that he could make More on Tho oxi Side than Liis salary tvs a member of Trio Engoor refused to accept Tho Money and left Itte following sunday costello went to hired a team and drove 18 out in the country to Fuglei a trie4 to a wince uw1 to vote Tot the wit Englee told of Ostillo that he would do nothing until he had talked with his in glory purpose Lichtig to get rid of the Dwyce Deli Ucol to disclose Tho Namo of Tho party who told him of Tho alleged attempt to bribe wit Ness saw costello after his visit to anglers Home timid was told by costello that Kiew the secrets of the Quay people and that if he could boo senator pc Nanti of Williot sport to would toll him something to ought to know about Tho senatorial contest and a move the Quay so pc were about to Engoor and Cristo then went on the stand and corroborated the testimony of Mccain and now Excenator chill Fornola and Utah wit lion full by the adjournment of Congress sat urday afternoon senator quays second term As senator from Pennsylva Nia was and this Commonwealth is now represented inthe United states Senate by but one Boies pen other states which Are deprived of their full representation in the Senate by deadlocks in their Legislatures Are Dela California and in All of which contests As bitter Asia Penn Sylvania wore conducted unsuccessfully for the election of a confirmed by attorney of neral admitted lie had a Vii loitered to let up on the at concerning the declaration of George Rice at Mari that attorney general Monnett had been offered to drop the prose cution of the Standard Oil Tho attorney general said it is True that Sulci an offer was made in Ray office in the presence of Smith my and assistant counsel in this in the offer was made through a Friend of whom i should be sorry to see involved in Tho i do not think he appreciated the wrong he was when i told him nothing could induce to to desist Iii Niy course to enforce the Law and the orders of the he complimented me upon my i not make known the name of the he does not live but Cleve the Cleveland Man who tried the bribe said he represented a commission of three new York men who had been delegated by the Standard to Stop Liaiga they had agreed that if the attorney general would consent to dilatory motions in the the blame for which would be assumed by the attorneys for the would be placed in a safety Deposit Box in a new York banking House and the key Given to the attorney the negotiations be tween Coninis Siguero and the Cleveland go Between was carried on by Long distance and the com missioners were at the Windsor hotel in new attorney general Monnett said he secured the names of the com but would not make them Public killings child the sick Mun was not the novel it been red new March Budy Artl Kip Ling was reported to be ills 6yeorold daughter jowl Philo he had not been told of her emperor William of Germany sent a message of sympathy to Over her husbands the daughter Elsie was somewhat state on so med additional members Tho Iii buy on thursday at Tho committee to investigate the bribery charges in connection with the passage the Mccarrell jury Bill in the House Skinner had declined to Koontz objected to resolutions of procedure uttered by but they an adjournment occurred subpoenas wore issued by chairman upon application of general for representative Engler of Cristo of Northumberland and of Cameron and colonel George nox Mccain and John Dwyer of Tho Philadelphia in the Tho Magoo jury Bill was Maiio Ednd and Laid on speaker Furr ruled to and the anti quaites and democrats claiming it was done to prevent Koont z from offering a motion for additional members of Tho bribery a Rump House was organized with Bliss As Quay lost three partly Oil account of Tho Hersh and Phila a committee was appointed to consider the impeachment of on Tho House passed a Roso Littion offered by naming those additional members of Tho bribery investigating commission Tioga Chester and and Philadelphia the ballot for United states senator resulted 11 Popes reported t Man tally Alm Iliili Lovvor slow lit at Tho Pope who was in excellent spirits on rising sunday desired the attendants in the Auto Ham Ber to attend mass in his own his who Rose about 10 returned to bed about p m he has resumed his Ordinary diet and his mentally and is to engaged his physicians in conver Sii Tion and to their amazement recited Tho entire last portion of the seventh Canto of Dantes comment i Jug upon various passages As he pro Mazlom afterwards said to a marvelous Sulu to March Sam Uel one of the earliest e of the quivers list die4 aged 7t Roumi some of wheat on and Halls men attacked flip of tit a american killed by n rtt id others Voln cd it f i of March detachment of halos and Wheaton tues Day routed the enemy in their front As far As Guadeloupe on the right and almost to Marq Mnason Tho the rebel was Throe americans were in the afternoon halos men driving the rebels fur but they still in front of we cations Nezir san Pedro they Nave been actively attempting to Ninke Tho positions of the sixth artillery on the Hills their sharpshooters keep ing lip a constant fire All t private let Lejoy company Washington was killed by a stray major seventh Cav private company twentieth infantry private cumin company twentieth and private company finite Wyoming were tuesday morning Tho enemy in front of general voc Shinos Lino sent out a ring of but retired when Lieuten ant with two men advanced to meet in Tho afternoon they again showed a White and a with two officers and an and when the americans wore withing about 200 Yards of Tho rebel the latter dragged rifles from be Hind their backs and opened fire upon but fortunately without Hawthorne Battery fired two shells killing several of the May patrol of com Pany second was taken in Khan on near the water two men wore but Orelous hold their ground under a heavy fro until Tho remainder of Tho assisted by two companies of the Nebraska flanked the killing and wounding several the United states transport Ohio arrived at in the last two Days there has been a very noticeable change in Manila for the probably due to the arrival of reinforcements for the american numbers of people Are Koch upon the streets and the Busi Ness transacted in the stores has marvellously yesterday Tho Luneta was blocked with carriages for the first time since the and Tho band of the twentieth regulars played a number of and it was hard to to Lieve that a state of War outside Tho City there was desultory firing throughout the Day and at various Points Tho sharpshooters were most an at san Pedro Manati the rebels Are very erecting outreach Monts in front of Tho position occupied by the Washington although a two gun Battery of Tho sixth artillery repeatedly shelled Tho enemy Are fully alive to the fact that manners have much longer Range than and Are Continuo isly raking pot shots j in comparative the american soldiers dislike this passive residence and Are eager for Tho excitement of an Active despite Tho Ilio health of the men in the trenches has improved re assistant Engineer Winship of the Benn Ingtam was wounded in j both legs yesterday by a Volley from the Tho maritime Steamer Al Conio arrived from Iloilo wit i advices that All is quiet there and that business is the natives in Tho the Steamer levying upon the supplies in Tho hands of natives and seriously interfering with Tho work upon the the United states cruised Baltimore arrived hero saturday from Hon Kong having on Board two if the civil Mem Bers of Tho philippine president of Cornell uni and Dean Worcester of Tho University of Admiral George raised ins ftii4 As an Admiral an Board Tho oly Mijia sunday morning and was saluted by the guns of the of thu foreign War the British Cruiser Narcissus and Tho German Cruiser Kaiserin und by the american ships in March Tho last hours of Congress it was provided that Tho Admiral of the Navy should receive Tho pay and emoluments of the last Gen eral of this legislation was supplemental to Tho passage of Tho Bill reviving Tho Grad of Admiral for the Benefit of Admiral its effect is to give Admiral compensation at Tho rate of a 1 at Tho n6mi ratio a of William a gov error of to to director of Tho was confirmed in the executive session of Tho Senate without oppo notwithstanding it reached the Senate As Tho doors wore being closed for the executive withdrew at George Higgins wrote a letter to Congress Man of Metal Lille formally with drawing fir Tui of salaries of tymm tits mom it Ltd j Trio extremes of sol try Nee illustrated by Tho pay of the is sir of ii Sola Tho president of the former gets a while the liutii1 is Happy and satisfied with each Twenty four these figures Niv based of Days in the4 for Monn Oclis Are supposed to be now these plus san and at the extremes of Tho rulers the first getting a somand the other Between these extremes the other eleven notions considered Are scattered in n haphazard with no uniform relation Between the amount of yearly salary and the number of persons who must pay Trio emperor of with Bis anti comes under the Czar of All the while president with his comes next above Tho president of Little after Austria comes which pay nil hirer William then the of with shall of Queen King of King of Norway and Queen of the King of and the pres ident of president Faure receives but Little More regular salary than president but he has fixed Ponius slots that bring his income from the state to the amount the amounts of the salaries of these honoured men and women Bear very Odd relations to the of persons for whose a Enoltt Almy Are supposed to administer Laws of to near Wii or Tho Koples each subject of the has to annually pay seven and fort laths cents to his and stands eighth on Tho while Tho each of whom must yearly pay to the Shah thirty and throes car ters Heads with the smallest population and does not pay the least per for the United with seven one Hull a Reths of a Cunt for each is it Tho Bottom of the Switzerland being next with eight one Hui care delis of a 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