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PROVISIONS SHORT IN VIRGINIA
The Unknown and the Veiled Lady
Travel Ahead of the Army and
Make Speeches and Gather In the
Shekels That Should Belonp to the
Faithful The Alleged Murderer of
Engineer Haddock Taken from the
Ranks and Sent Back to the Coke
WlLUAMSFORT, MtL, April 19.
THE CemiuoiiwcHlers l-ft Banoook
last uiiitit twenty five stronger
than tiiey entered, that n timber
of recruits bari tikj beta found
nuiiptd on the West Virginia liiitoi
the river. Wur tuey had been wit
iui; for i?rr,il day. A good many ot
tbn men Who were caroaaioi in town
when the start was iuale were left,
and bad to walk the towpnth in the
wake ot t eir m. rj ob-r comr tdes.
There was a uun waiting at Ban cock
to join the army ou Wltiej .lay, tu:
just before tu antral of Coxey'a boats
be was arrested by iShanll Wubelm. of
Fayette county as Jauisa Mason, the
murderer of ctii-f Euiaecr Paddock,
in tho Connellsville riots two wjk
ago. The prisoner waa reuiovsd to fy
tte county last uischt.
The commonweal tbtilla readied
Williamaport at 8 a. in. after a night
of continuous travel, and camp was
pitched ou the "low urouuJs" beiwesn
tin canal and tiie Potomac. Wagon
were set np on wheels, the big tent
pitciied, borses tnru-d oat from their
two dajfl an l uiijts of forced confiae
uwul to ruze on the fresh young grata,
huJ soon the wholy tt it w.is iwarmlng
with the L'osij men. tires turtr.n;;, aui
1 rukf it was cooked.
Xo provisions were furnish! by the
t JWn autnorities, wh looksd on the
army is a hui- joke. The bills opposite
tbe camp were covered w.th people
watching the movements of the cmp.
Hauerstown is more alarmed ovijr tne
COaning of tie tramDers, and last night
seventy special drpnt.es w-r sworn in
to keep order
The oommooweal eras azain fleeced
by its da.rrtiu members in tin town
Lasc ni'iit btnith-Piiarro. azAgtat
Chi Ida, and the veiled lady appeared,
made a speecn. and toek una coBeOtiOB
on the strength of their Commonweal
credentials. Tney wer star:in,- this
morning for Hagvretown when tny
were met by Snenfl Herbert anil
warned that if they made any speech at
Bagaratown they would be arrested.
Coiey and Brown nav- decided not
to attempt to mike Hagerstown to
night, but will nold a meeting in
Wlllfamapofti nnd attempt to enlist re
emits from the nxutinoriug conntry.
JONES' army a CLOTUt,
Northeast. AM. April 19 Chris to
pUer Columbua Joues piloted his nine
leeu privates and three offic -rs out of
town this inor:,iur en route to Wash
ington. Tbe army arrival here Tues
day night, and became so Mtaobad to
the place that the plans Were disre
garded and th marcti delayed twenty
fonr hours. From h-re the column
will move to Havre da One, where it
will rtnitiin tonight,
The army is liting hifrh, the people
having lunnd the men decent and
peaceable Contributions of fresh beef,
yjfi and bread have fitted the comtnis
airy department out in enat slupe.
JIrthal .lon-s is engineering to have
bil rmv of the Schuylkill connct
witn tbe m .in hodv at a point between
Rockviiie, Md., and Washington, I). C.
poucgatjn wutna for frtk.
( IN; INN ATI. April 10. TN advsnc
gn:,r.l of Krye's litdostrinl arrny reached
(,'nlloin's KipMe, about eight miles
west of this ruty. eirlv this morning
Tbe chief of police sent parol wasons
with a detil of patrolmen to thesctne
to pr-ven: the armv fr .in entering th
onouran vinfttk omworgu
f'Of.TON, Cat., April in -CimminOer
Vinette, of the band of nnanipioysd
tn'n here was fonnd gnihy today of
utteinpting to defraud the Sonthern
rarific out of railroad fares. The de
fense snt.poenoed abont half of thi
errny.bnt only six men were examined.
Vmette will be tried on a charge of in
citing to riot. The citizens are JnMlant
ovor the verdict.
Dfnver, Col., April 19 The local
Coxey band were outwitted again
last night They moved ten miles up
tha Ilurlington and ItilCOflrl Uiver
tracks to liarr station, Intending to
hold up a train, but the railroad had
called on the county for ntsistance.and
twenty deputies wer out to Brr.
They returned last night after tha lust
train had gone. Tho tramps were left
THE DETROIT RIOT.
Tht City Oftoials Fnr to Proceod with
the Work Pols. Threatenlau.
Dktroit. April 19. It is doubtful
whether the board of water commis
sioners will attempt to proceed with
their work In (Irosse Point township
today. Discussion of yeHterday's bloody
fray among tho worltingtnen of the
city has developed the fact that a large
element among them wonld be only too
g!nd to start on the work for the pur
pose of avonging the attack on SherifT
Colitns in case of another conflict, if
for no other roaaon.
The Tribune will editorially urgs
i'amedlate procedure with the jib, as
against any uppsarance of compromise
Leading l'olnnders prodict more trou
ble. There is a mystery surrounding
th whereabouts of tbe bodv of the
"Unknown Polander," which, it is
thought, most hovo been carried away
by his comrades, if, indeed, he is really
dead. Latest reports from tha hospital's
indicate, that three of the wounded
rioters will die. It is claimed that
aiurrhistH urged tberiot,
Brsrjrtblng was quiet In the Polish
quarter today. Between BOO and 800
laborers assembled it tho leeneol yes
terdays riot armed with picks and
shovels, hut no work was offered.
Sheriff t'ollins passed a romparative
ly iiuiet night aud is now resting easily.
Three of the ringleaders and about
twenty others of the mob ate in jail.
HARRISON COMING HOME.
The Kx resident DjcIIuss t.i Tlk Poli
tic, tj Oitden People.
Balt Lakk, April 19 Eg Prssldsnl
Harrison passed through OgdeO en
route east Hst night
A crowd gathered at the depot for a
ipeeeb, the sznresldent declined to
taik politics, and for his views on tho
silver question referred to bis letter
calling the Brussels oouferenoe, saying
his mind h id not changed
Attorney Stall, of tho Breckinridge
Defence, Writes I Fiery Letter to
Miss Pollard's Leading Counsel.
NEW kk April 19 There is a
possibility that the sensational Pollard
Breekinridge trial miytuve a isquel
Unite as interesting growing out of
Had feo'ting existing between Attorney
Charles EL Stoll of the defense anil
Judge "J-re" Wilson, who was the
plaintiff's senior OOUDStl,
In the trial Judge Wilson made some
severely disparaging remarks about
Lawyer Stoll, which the jrouug Ken
tuckiau has resented hotly an I resolved
must be retracted, or iu oui way
wiped out so that he ooul 1 feel that his
cinracter ha'l not suffere 1.
At the termination of the trial Law
yer Stoll wrote a lengthy letter to
Judge Wilson, dated April iit, at Wash
iugtoo. iu Wbieh ue scored the judge in
unmistakable language brc itne h had
not apologia 'ti fully in court for mak
ing the intimation that Lawyer Stoll
had be?u a party to a wrong in the
sh ip of procuring forged evi lencj.
When the trial was going on JudgS
Wilson accused Lawyer Stoll of pro
curing a forjr-'d letter to aid in the le
fence of Breckinri lg. It was thought
that there would bo a chtsh between
the lawyers then aud there, but the
jndi; snl'sequeititly explained to the
jury that iu making tiiis imputation
ue did not intend to accuse the Ken
'.tickv l.iwyer of complicity in a crime.
This explanation did not satisfy
Lawyer Stoll, wno demanded n com
plete apology, which Judge Wilson did
He refrained from calling him to ac
count tnen, to tho surprise of sll wno
knew him, and it was supposed by per
sons who were not intimately ac
quainted with Lawyer Stoll that he had
concluded t.i accept the lame upologv.
But he was preparing all the time to
uuid Wilson to a strict account.
ROBBERS AT POTTSVIUE.
An Adams Esrrsa Drivnr P.elivd of
Mney Pa'k a. ar.d Hi. Watch,
P'-ttsvu.le. April 19 This after
noon about 3 o'clock Adams Express
Driver Clifford, whiU drivins from
Cemetery s-ation on the Pennsylvania
railroad two miles down tho moon
tsin to Habanoy City, was held
np by two highwaymen. One man
held the horses an I covered Clifford
with a revolver whiU ths othr re
lieved him of two stpress money pack
aijes containing 1600, his w itch and
chain and several dollars in change.
The robbam were thought to have
followed tho money from Philadel
phia, Md as several ra-u got off ths
train at tbe cemetery, they could read
ily have ran ahead and met the express
's m in the woods. Officials, as usual,
are reticent, and it is thought that the
amount secured ws largor, running
np to several thousand dollar.
Tne road between Cemetery and
Uahanoy city is through iisnse woods
on the mountain with no houses Around
and the robbers had no difficulty in
easily ecaping. Th two money pack
ages were delivered atCemetery by tho
Adams express mtSOengtr, who left
Philadelphia at about. 10 a. in en route
for Wilkes-Barre, and left hero at 1:00
Cemetery is the only station for
UabanOy city thit tho Pennsylvania
bus and is located on the lop of Broad
DAITON GANG WIPED OUT.
In a De.pera'e. Flitht wih Mar.hals Bill
Bites the Dii-.
PERRY, O. T., April 10 News of
terrible flgbl between the ootorloui
outlaws, Bill D dton and Bill Doolao
and another outlaw, and a U timber Of
depnty marshals about forty miles east
of here, DSar Fiwen Monntain,
lastnlglit, was received here this morn
lug by messengers, The three outlaws
and a woman and her littlu ur were
shot dead, as were also two Oepftty
The marshals rust Bruce Miller, one
of the (jang and the fint commenced.
Bill Balton and Bill DoolSO worn Dear
by when the right occurred and went
to BrUOS Miller's assistance and
a regular fight took place.
The messengers left tho place
of conflict last night. They
say that eight persons in nil had
been killed and the latest news from
the field ofoonfllot is that a running
fight is still in progress, and that it
looks very much as though tho outlaw
gang would bn Hwpt but of sztstsooe.
The prieo for Bill Dal ton's capture,
dead or all?S, U $3,500, and the price
for Bill Djolan's bead is 11,800.
DEATH BEFORE A BAD NAM F.
Called a Thlnf, a Man Bcc mis a Mur
derer. BAl.TlMoiiK.Md., April 19 -Despondent
because a neighbor had culled him
a theif, John Bankert killed his wife
mid attempted lUlol l last evening at
their rural homo in llnsedale by sever
In g nn artery in Ibeir wrists with a
Mrs, Bankert was dea l whn found,
but Bankert life was saved, and Jus
tice Csrtor committod him. Bankert
first cut his wife's wrist, and, while
she was slowly bleeding to death, the
woman performed a like service for
Mr. MTer Biplalna lis Coming lo mi Kio
HAWAII DISCUSSED IN THE HOUSE
A Resolution Ottered Asking for the
Appointoiont of a Comniitteo ot
Nino Senators to Look Alter the
Loose Cranks That May InfeSl Hie
Capitol Grounds- Coxey'S Army
WasBIROTOR, April 19,
TIIK resolution oil-Ted last Satur
.lay by Mr Peffer for the up
polnlment of select oommtt
lee ot nine ssnalors to receive
all written or printed coiniuuni
oations from oitistns or bodies o( citi-
lent visiting tl: capitol or intending
lo do so, ami to hear Ihetu orally, w.is
presented in the senate this morning
and became the subject of discussion.
Mr. PelT r spoke of a growing dis
position on the part of tiiauy people to
preseut thoir views to congress, and
the object of his resolution was to
make tueir way e isv. He bad regretted
to see language in the Washington
papers as to tne intended arrest of Mr
Coxey an I his followers as vegr ants
mk PKFTBR's BEAUTIFUL ILLUSTRATION,
Mr IVtTer explained that the follow,
er of Coxey was known as th army
of peace coming, It might be that
their object was visionary, but it was
like the nomiug of a child iuto tho
world. Everything was ready, and the
child had lo be born It was n move ment
of the people th it wis coming
naturally, loglcaUy, an 1 reminded one
of the popular mofetnents prior to the
French revolution. The senate, he
said, could not undertake to laUgll the
Mr, Allen, Nebraska, favored the
adoption of the resolution, not because
ha approved of Coxey'a army or any
other coining to Washington for the
purpose of presenting a petition to
congress, but because he believed thoy
had aright, as American citizens, to do
so. They had as much right to do so
as the railroad lobbyists and the tariff:
lobbyists that filled th cilleries up
each day to the exclusion of visiting
The discussion whs still going on at
1 p. m when tbe resolution went over
The house ,iase. quietly and eventu
ally after ths opening prayer and read
ing of the j uroal today into an era of
Mr Dingley (Rap,, Me.), referring to
the statements made yesterday bv Mr.
Creary end Mr. Hooker (Dam., Miss i
regarding the action of Minister Stev
ens at Honolulu read the report of the
senate committee on foreign relations
which investigated ttie Hawaiian affair
ns folly f indicating the minister in
Mr. Grow i Rep, Pa) nnd Mr.
Adams (Rep , Pa continued the discus
sion. Mr Lacy (l!np, la ). said he would
move to amend the bill bv striking out
the appropriation for minister to the
Hawaiian islands The house, be laid,
owed it to itself to cut off the supplies
for nn officer who had fo forgotten his
lutips as minister to the government to
which li was accredited as had Minu
ll'CRBART'S BDRMIMQ CLOQUEKCR,
The Samoan. ('hilian, Bering Sea nnd
Iliwaiian incidents, Mr. McCreary
Said, nil Ml cteil discredit, upon the
Harrison administration, the interest,
of the United Slates being sacrificed in
Samoa and P.-ring sea and bluster and
hragadooio marking the treatment of
Chili and Hawaii. In conclusion be
said that soin recent elections ap
peared to have given much satisfaction
to the gentleman on the other side.
(Republican laughter and applause )
"Let me say lo them, wait until the
regular elections urn held iu Novem
ber and they will find that Democracy
is again triumphant." Applause on
'I be gavel fell hers nnd the chair or
dered the clerk to read the bill by sec
tions for debate nnder the five miuiits
Mr Lacey offered his intendment
striking ont the impropriation for the
payment f salary of .Minister Willis
Tha amendment of Mr. Licey was
Mr Bayers (Dem., Tax.) reported ths
result of the conferene ' on the urgent
deficiency bin, which was agreed lo,
md al i ii o'clock the house idjournsd
AN INDIAN MURDER.
K Triple dims at the Mount Vernen
Indian Station In Alabama.
Moi st Veiivn, Ala., April 19
Yesterday afternoon a feln lie ApaulK
Indian prllOUirof war named Bella and
Nalitnnghiin, a member of the Indian
company stationed nt Mount Vernon
barracks, were shot and mortal ly
wounded by Hugh Seotoll, a member
of the Indian company
After ths shooting Bsotoll shot and
instantly killed himself, The cause of
the ibOO ling was jealousy.
HEARD OVER THI CABLE.
Cholerine is rapidly sproadlng iu Lis
bou. A tremendoui imii storm did nnt dam
age to fruit crops in Southern Prance.
sir .John itigby will probably inroeed
Sir t hai Ins kucll nn attorney general ol
Twenty-fniir houses were buriiod yes
terday in Cstasowa, Bilesia, Hix porsons
died in the Batnes.
Fifteen tbCUSand Spanish pilgrims were
received nnd addressed by the pope nt St.
Amid l.lbetal and Irish cheers the house
Ol OOfflmonS parsed to a second reaillng the
bill to repeal the llalfour coercion act.
(in the charge ot being a spy on the
maneuvers of the French army, denerai
Coggio, of Italy, has been arrested at
I .ami bio, France.
ins S DISCOURAGEO.
Th i Arrest nfTheir Lsadeis OumptnH
CONNBLLSVILLI, Pa., Airil 19 The
coke-woi ken at the Mahoiiing and
Atlas plants of th Cambria Iron com
patty Went to work this morning
Fearing an attack by the Wheeler and
Morrell strikers, the company placed a
large number of deputiea on guard, hut
their isrvloes were not required, The
men are working under the new seal"
The ringl sndrrH iii Moudav'H riots were
captured yesterday and the otben will
1 H .ii today. U is reiioitsd this
morning Hint the Wneeler and Morrell
Striker! have also weak ueil and lie
Oepted the new wage scale an I will go
The arrest of Masons completely dis
couraged the strikers. The Duns and
Slavs am grsatly Incensed over the no
lion of the strike lenders, and threaten
to make start ling disolosurea concern
tho anarchistic speeches delivered at
the preliminary meetings.
TO THE RESCUE OF DA GARA.
An Expedition of Sympathizers with
the Brazilian Insurgents Leavos
Ni'.w York, April 10 A cablegram
from Buenos Ayr -s lay 11 An expedition
of sympathisers with the Braslllan in
surgents lett bere last evening to nt
teinpt the rescue ot Admiral Saldanba
Datiam.i, who is confined aboard the
Portugese warship Miudello.
Admiral Hello first signified bis do
lire to surrrii ler his ships iu the harbor
through Captain Rivadavla, command
lug the Argentine flagship Nuevo de
Julio, last Monday night nt 9 o'clock,
lis nsked the government of President
Saenz Peua for protoction for himself
and his men.
The protection wai Immediately
granted by Acting President Uriburi.
The Argentine admiralty will place
marines on hoard Admiral Mello'a
ships and keep a vigilant watch over
them, aided by the Argentine cruisers
Nueve de Julio and Tweuty.fllth of
May, the gnu boat Pllcomayo aud the
lanitary pitrol boat Republioaclto,
ponding negotiations for their delivery
io President PeiXOtO.
The aiuitarv board of Buenos Ayres
is supplyiug the refuges with food and
medicine, and treating them with the
utmost consideration. They will be
transferred today to Martin (iarcia
island to pass ten d iyB in quarantine
before being allowed to land here.
The correspondent was alongside
Admiral Mello'i flagship, the Repub
lic, yesterday afternoon. He attributes
the failure of Ins arms in Rio Grande
do Bui to tbe cowardice or insubordin
ation of Generals Salgado and Lauren
tine, who have been regarded hitherto
as General Saralva'i bravest lieuteu
anta. Pl ANTED IN HISTORIC SOIL.
California Wcmen Comnim irats L bsrty
Uav bv a J)enu'iful Ceremony.
San Francisco, April 10. Unusual
Oeremonlei will be performed In Gold
en Gate park this afternoon, when
Sequoia Chapter of the Oallfornia
B eige of tin- Daughters of the Ameri
can Revolution will plant a "liberty
tree" in historic soil, that the women
hsve besn gathering for six mouths
To lay being the anniversary of the
battle of Lexington it was chosen for
the planting, and the first trowel of
earth used will he from the memorable
battleground The second Installment
of loam will ! from Washington's
tomb in Mount Vernon, and tbe third
irom the grave oi Lafayette
WIIKES-BARRE BEATS E ASTON.
Rsmiit of Exhibition Osm. Flayed
xeil 1 1 day,
Barton, Ph., April 10 Bsstod and
WllkeS'Barrs played a close and excit
ing game here lod.iy, The score;
Baatou o o :t o o n n n i 4
Wilkes-Barre.O 0 1 0 I 'i 0 0 x ft
Errors Eastnn, B; WllkaBarra, 8,
Earned runs Baiton, 8: VVilkei-Barre, '.
Hattnries - Bugles, Qlllen and Wonte;
Keenan, Qnarlei nnd Warner,
Barriaburg.. 1 0 8 1 n 2 g n 0 0
Byracuie :i (i 0 19 0 1 0 a in
Mils llarrishnig, 11; Syrscuse, II, Mr
rors DgrrlsbUrg, l Syrscuse, H. Ilnltei
las Jlackey and tmlokt Payns ami wn.
son. Umpira Gamble.
BIG STRIKt PHf VENTED.
Milwnnlien Street Rspwav Company Will
Net R-rtup. WagSI of Hen.
UlLWACKIR, Wis., Aptil 19 The
president of the Milwaukee Street Riii
way company has decided not to re
dure the WSgeS of the street nil Way
employes, and tin re will l e no strike.
'I bis derision was reached at a run
fsrenoa thli afternoon,
NEARLY WIPFt) OUT.
The Tmn nf BuntlVlll, Ont, Vl.llert
by Dliastrous Ooi Migration.
BrjNTsviLLg nt , April 10. A hotel,
grist mill nnd Ihirtv two business
places, alo the UIplsCopsl ihurob, tel-
graph ami telepboi tfiose, postoffloe
and tlu steamer I'lxc Isior, were binned
veslerdny afternoon The loss is esti
in n led nt abont if I 1(1,(1110, with in iir
nes at about 10, 000,
a BtwOhilcsn Clslmi commission hss
imm ii projeotedi
A loss of neiuly 110,000.000 is expected in
the general balance ot the treasury for
Minister Porter, who is home from Chile
00 leave of nbsenOS, denies thai he Inn any
idea of resigning,
consul General Mason, at Prankfort,
(Inrinany, reports that experiments there
have si. own gas as a motor for street cars
Icks expensive than ilectrlclty,
Tha prnident yesterday Dominated Com
moil. no J, s. Bkerretl a native of Phiin
dalpbU. to be I rear admiral, to lucceed
John irwlD, another Peiiusylvuuinti, re
tired. Dugone B. Qladdli applied to ths su
preme court of the Distiict for ft manda
mus directing Sermtsrv (,'arllslo to rein
state him Iu the II, sill) clerkship from
Which he was removed last August, as ha
alleges, for the political reasons, and the
court groutod a rule ou Secretary Carlisle,
returnable next Tuesday.
Its Extension to Minneapolis is Temporarily
JUDGE SANBORN'S INJUNCTION
Employes of the Road at Minneapolis
Ordered Out at Midnight Leader
Hogan Says a Strike Will Bo Or
dered on tho Consolidated Linus in
Washington The Authorities Dis
turbed by Delay of the Mails
BT Pat i Minn., Anril 19.
TIIK (Ireat Northern Railroad em
ployes in Minneapolis wore ord
ered out bv telegram at mid
night, and all the uiaht switch
iug crews quit work. Tbe strikers as
sembled in their hall and discussed the
situation at some length. Thov did
not relish the idea of going out before
they thoroughly understood ths situa
tion, and P, S. Young, president of the
Minneapolis union, was appointed a
committee to wuit on President li V
l'eba at his hotel in this city, and if
possible tO gel him to define the situa
tion. Mr. Young drove to St. Paul in a
carriage, arriving here at 'i o'clock.
After listening to the decision of the
Minneapolis employes aa Stated by Mr
Young, Mr. Debs declared tbe strik
off for the preseutj pending the result
of a mass meeting to be held in Mm
noapolis today. This meeting is now
The deputy maislmls sent out yester
day to serve the injunctions have all
reached their destination without in
terference. It is the plan of the com-
pnay to work on the Minnesota nivisious
first, and, after getting them in perfect
order to proceed west, a division at a
time, so that the injunction will not
be lerved in Montana at present.
BOO AN S VlliW OF TIIK CASE.
BUTTE, Mout, April 18 The leader
of the Ureat Northern strike. Hogan,
Btates that tomorrow a itrika will la
ordered on the Consolidated lines In
Washington under the nuspices of the
American Railroad union. This system
was under lease to the Great Northern
until it went into tbe hands of a re
ceiver a short time ng. and it practi
cally controls the entire railroad sys
tern of the state.
WasIIIsuton, April 19 The delays
of mails caused by the Great Northern
strike are SftUliUg great concern at the
postoffloe department. S-veral confer
ences of department officials in the
railway branch of the service have
been bald and active ellorts are mik
ing more .fully to cope with the
trouble, Notice has been received
that ttvo "short run" trains carrying
postal cars were run over a part of the
road yesterday Several additional
temporary service routes to points on
the Great Northern accessible from
other roads have just been ordered.
WAR OFFlClAUV fcNOED.
Lntekt from friiz 1 Rgaiding the Recent
Washington, April 19 The Brssil
in minister, Senor Mendoncs, this
afternoon received a cablegram offici
ally annouacing the rebellion ended,
The dispatch i as follows- "Rio De
Janeiro, April 19 To the Brazilian
minister, Mendoncs, Washington:
"Aquidabao was sunk in the port nf
Simla Catharine, by torpedo boat ot
ths il. et of the Brazilian government
Mello went to Buenoi Ayres with the
omiier Republlca and four other ves
sels, asked and obtained asylum, declar
ing thai he abandoned the contention
for lack of resources. Delivered yes-
els to Argentine government, Rebel
lion ended, signed Minister of For
eign Relations "
THE LINE TO BE DRAWN.
Lcckprrt Juiv Will Dsolds Pntwssn roy
alist nrd Anarchist
LOCKPORT, N. Y., April 19 John W
Cutter, one of the proprietors of the
Lock port Uuion, and t'. S Kice, the
editor of that paper, wire indicted for
criminal libel py tbe grand jury today,
Il Is alleged tbey called a Populist
politician named MoParlin an anarch
ist, during the campaign preceding iin
city election, this will be a teal oase
ami will be watohed with interest by
the newspaper fraternity,
A Olrl Tours Oil on ll-r ( 1., thing and
Ulun lit a Blaas
BOBOKtN, N. J.April 10 Agnes
CaVaBtl, aged 9 veins, of (JuiOO "ill.
Committed suicide lust night by pour
Ing kerosene oil upon her clothing, ig
niting the oil and burning hcniK to
She first stabbed herself in Ins breast
With a pdr of sheirs, but before she
could bring about death in this man
nor a younger sister succeeded in
wrenching the iheari from her. The
family say that Agnes was slightly de
mented. CONDENSED STATE NEWS.
Slot machines have been kicked out of
Pittsburg police nre unable to suppress
the burglars of the smoky Town.
Allegheny county Knights of Labor
have approved ny resolution tbe Coxey
(leorge I IsnCSl worked several hours in
SBhampklA after being struck on the
bead by a chunk of coal and then dropped
The widow of John l.crbe, who was
killed in the Primrose mine, at PottlVille.
has reoo vtred t 488 from ths UytleOoal
The Philadelphia and Itending com
pany is hauling a vast quantity of coke up
the Lebanon valley, which it receives
from the Western Maryland at Bhlppeni
t lisrters have been granted to the Etna
and Qlenihaw street Railway oompiay, of
Btna, Allegheny county, capital 150,000:
Allegheny and llntler Hallway company,
to run from Shaler township, Allegheny
couuly, to Duller borough, 50 miles, capi
tal W00, 000.
PAUL REVERf'S RIDE.
Ail nw Bartend Enthusiastic Over the
New Patriots' ijhv Celebration.
Huston, April 19 Patriots' dsy wns
celebrated In Boston and all over Nw
England with much fervor. The ride
Of Panl Revere was repeated and civic
and iniliinry processions took dace.
I lo- celebration in Boston began with
the servieei in Christ obnrch and the
hanging of the liistoiic signals in the
EMBEZZIER HEARD FROM.
He Will BetUm to Minneapolis aud
Ntuml Trial Upon the Cbaigea.
UlNNBAPOUB, April 19. - A letter re
ceived yesterday from Louis F Men
age, i president of the Northern
Guaranty Loan company, who has been
n fugitive Irom justice several months,
stated that he will return by May 1 0
to answer the charge of embezzling
COBORG'S ROYAL WEDDING.
The Grand Duke Ernst Ludwig Mar
ried to Princess
Contjuo. April 19 At innriaa this
morning the sky was clear, but by h
o'clock it had become somewhat over
cast. Soon after daylight the streets
were filled wah a happy faced and or
det ly crowd of people in holiday attire,
the greater number of whom were resi
dents of tbesmali towns aud villages
i.djacent to the city.
Members of the various imperial and
royal families asssmbled here to attend
the marriage ceremonies of the Grand
Hnke Ernst Ludwir. of Ht.se, lo bis
cousin, the Princess Victoria Melite, of
Sszs-Oobnrg, passed and rc-paesed in
frout of the palace, and as often as
they did so they were greeted with
cheers and otb-r manifestations of the
feelings of good will which inspired ttn.
crowd, The marriage eeremony, which took
piece in the palace chapel, began at
12,80 p in. In the wedding procession
to the chapol the Duchess of Saxe-Co
burg, motberof the bride, was escorted
by Emperor Wil iin of Germany, and
followed liy ex-Empress Frederick, who
walked alone. Ths Priuce of Wules
and the CEsreWitcb came nx, walk
ing side by side, (jaoeu Victoria whs
scorted by her son, the Duke of Saxe
Coborg and Gotha, tbe father of the
bride, and was seated in an armchair
in the front row ot seats lemi-circhng
the altar. The sent next to her was oc
cupied by Emperor William, next to
whom was seated the Duchess of Co
burg. The corresponding seals on th other
i1e of the aisle were occupied bv the
Prince of ales. ex-Empress Frederick 1
and tho Czarewitch. The other royal
personages In attendance occupied the
seats iu the three rows of chairs iiiitae-
iiately back of the first When the
bride and groom entered the church a j
signal was given, in obedience to
which all the bells in the town pealed
simultaneoaalv and whan the vino i
w.-re exchanged a salute of twentv-nn
guns w-,s fired.
Doctor Mil-Her sunt rinten. leu 'run
oral and supreme councillor, oiiiated
at the eeremony, assittel by Conn
Chaplains Bender ami Haiiauu.
Statesman Hines Thinks an Offer cf
Work Would Paralyse Crxsylies.
Wa8Rikotov, April 19. Representa
tive Hinae (Dam., Pa , l has evolved a
plan that he believes will speedily dis
pose of Coxey'a nrmy after their sr
rivsl In Washington Ho proposes In
troducing a bill appropriating $10,000
to be expended in improving some of
the country roads in the District ot
"I will venture the prediction," laid
tho congressman today, "that leas than
$800 of the appropriation will be ex
pended. The nriny will get out of town
so fat that ail the rest of the money
will be covered back Into the treasury.
In fact, if inch a resolution had Wen
passed a Week ago it would have re
sult.' 1 before this in the diibandmant,
not only of Coxey'a forces, but all the
collateral branches as well."
As Mr. Hues represents a distiict
embracing a large latwr constituency,
ho was asked f moll utterances might
not hurt, him with tho working people
"Weil, hardly," was the Indifferent
reply. "Mv constituents arc working
luople in the best sence of the wort).
When they are out of employment
they are anxious to be employed again.
They are not looking tor work and
raving to heaven they may never
CVCIONE SEASON OPENED.
Heavy dale Ftiiket. Msmpbls, but Little
Psinnire Rep irted,
Memphis, Tenn., April 10 -Lata yes
terday afternoon ft cyclone swept ovor
BummltVllle, d ing an immense
amount of damage, Van M. K-ol s
boUSI as blown down and Mrs. Keel
and three children killed.
The full extent of the damage done
by the opcloue is not known, it being
nearly impnsibh to get information
from the section. It is thought others
Chairman Wilson is now the guest of
Qovernor Hogg, of Texas.
Btrtqgent bills to prevent lynching are
bemg prepared by colored members of
( Into s legislature.
While temporarily insane, Mrs. pftxter
c rjpsr, a prominent woman of tiichmund
ind , shot herself,
The llotchkes (Ion company will trans
fer tti entire mrpedo Interests from Prance
to i iverton, H. I.
Henrj Montifoigaty Colored, threatened
10 born white men's homes near Lewis
bin g, lenn., and was hanged tu a tree.
Por lhelOll of his beard, pulled out by
Herman Wabl ,. opnaln, w.iiia,.. WahL ot
New ork, auteW,00Odamagsa.
WcAT HER FORECAST.
Washington, April IT. Jbra-rii-vf
Friday. 8jr Dsftern
Viin.vr,ini,i, fiirnt siuiosrs fol-
town bgelsarer lasataer: south
iri'vfi'rfi irirnln ,,,!
the roast. For rVsifem RmniyiinUa
ihpiMrs, followed 0U fair ucathtr, westerly
Colored Hi lk Umbrella with
Dresden Knob Handles to match
arc among the leading styles foi
Ladles' use. We show an attrao
live variety in lilue, Brown,
Green, Garnet, Black and Changt.
Prevailing prices for one week
50c. Umbrella, 26-inch, 39n
$1.39 Gloria Silk, k,6-inch, $1.00
S3 Windsor Silk, 26-incli, $2,65
we have all tbe latest designs and
newest materials. We call atten
tion to our WHITE MOIRE at
12.00, also WHITE Sl'RAB
with White Handle and Franu
510 and 512 Lackawanna Aye.
THE BUTTIl PERU 4 RUBBER MTfi Ctt'S
RUBBER BELTING AND HOS&
CHAR A SCHIEREN &CO'9
And Oak -tanned Leather Belting,
H. A. Kingsbury
313 Spmee St., Scranton, Pt
Lewis, Reilly & Davies
Ladies show frlendi our ai.no, as, a n
'! W S, and so enthusiastic are th,f
nwr their pnrchaaos that ni i(i is sen to
be ths means of making another.
LEWIS, REILLY & DAVIES
114 Wyoming Av.
WAIT UNTIL I get in my
new quarters at 408
SPRUCE STREET, and you
can get bargains in
that have never been offered
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