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SCRAXTON. PA.. THURSDAY MORNING. APRIL 2G. 1894.
TWO CENTS A COPY.
miWm 111 FOR TPE BEAUTIFUL II TAKING TH
A Love for Art
Sogan and His Party Brought to a
by united States Regulars.
THE TRAIN STEALERS ARRESTED
The Northern Pacific Railroad Being
in the Hands of tho Receivers on an
Action Brought by tho United States
Government, the Capture of a Train
Becomes a Serious Offense They
Vanquish Marshal at Billings, but
Are Halted at Forsythe, Montana.
Sr. Pacl, Minn., April 10 The
Coieyit WSfS arrested lit 19.80 by
Colonel Pases troops at Forsythe,
Washington. April 85.
n .'lift s-irrr" tv Solly's arnjr of a
railroad has been bro'.ie'ht To tt
attention of the department of
jnstice. This railroad in in the hinds
of receivers on an action brought by
the United States and others, coin
under United States jurisdiction. To
ptoted the interests of the United
State in the railroad property thin
telegram wis cnt by Attorney Gen
eral Oiney thia morning.
To United Stnte Marshal Croam at Bis
mark. It, D.
Execute any Injunction or other pro
cess placed in your hands by Uuited Statin
eoBTt for tbe protection of persons and
property against lawless violence by em
ploying such numbr of deputies as iu.iv
be ucesarf It execution is resisted by
force which cannot thus be overcome, let
tbe fact be telegraphed by yourself aud
if practicable, by the jud "issuing pro-c-
to the president with request fur
WILL MEET mOOn AT FORT K.EOOH.
General Schoti -Id this afternoon re
ef ived h telegram from Colonel Swayue,
tl St. Paul, Minu., stating that he had
:r .ered the troopa at Fort Keogh to ar
rest the strikers on tlie captured train
of the Northern Pacific railrosd. Col
onel Swayne says in his telegram that
bil beat information place the unlaw
ful pirtr at Stillwater, Mu:i , 2tX) mile
west of Fort Keogh. If his informa
tion as to the party's wh-reaboute is
correct, it is believed here that it will
beqiite Impossible for thm to paae
Fori K-ogh withoot arrest.
Ucueral Manager Kondriek of -the
Northern Pacific has r-c"ivad a special
djspitcb from Fort Keogh stating that
Untied statwa troops are cow guarding
tue Xothern Psciiic tracks seventy
miles east of Billings They are or
dered to capture the tralu at any cost
anil to shoot down all men who resist.
A bloody tight ia fared.
fcT Pail, April ?5 The Cony train
cotcmtindrd Ly Hoau is now moving
slowly eastward near the Little Bi?
Hero Troope are awaiting tueci at
Fort Eeogh. Tbe distaae between
tec two point is eigntr-n.ne miles
TROOPS IN READINESS.
M t les Cay, Mont.. April 2j The
government troops at Fort Keogh are
in readme to march at a moment's
uotic wiien the expected order i re
ceived to proceed to capture the North
ern Pacific train now in possession of
the 300 unemployed eu-toute to tbu
The authorities are being kept folly
advised of the uiovemeuts of the train
by the Northern Pacitic telegraph op
erator along tlie line. The probability
is that tim leaders will be returned to
Butt- under military eseort. Wnile
at Livingston the engineer of
the fugitive train went to
tbe tide track aud took two
empty box oars. While there
Hogin got a message that the bluff
three mlKs from Colnmbus had been
blown up, causing rock to slide on the
track The men were ordered to take
tbe Montana division tool ear along
and two more box car were then taken
from the side track.
The train st irted but broke in two in
tbe middle. The engineer ran to tho
round boose, left his old engine and
oolt the best one on the division. En
gineer Harmon is running the train.
'.m is an old Union Pacific engineer.
The train carriea flrmen, brakeinm,
conductors, operators and men of ev
Bilijnos, Moht., April 25 At 11
tonight the Hogan train had arrived at
Forsyth, forty-five miles from Fort
Minnfapci.is, Minn., April 20. It is
reported at 11.30 thnt the troops have
left Fort Keogh to meet the Industrials
near Rosebo 1
Ovrr 6.000 in lise.
Washington, D. C. April 25 Re
ports have been reeeived at police head
quarters from the authorities of a num
ber of pieces showing the strength of
tbe various contingents now moving
on Washington. A sntnmary follows
Kelly. Nsola, la., 1,000 men, Frye.
Terre Haute. Ind., J.OOO man: Fye's
econd division, McL-ansboro, 111., 800
men; Grayson, Platteville, Col., 100
men; Galvin Loveland, O , 200 men:
Randall, Chicago; oon'ingent at Lit
tle Falln. Minn.. 100 man: Batto. Mon..
800 men; Monmouth. 10'J men: Ot
lutrtwa. Ia., 100 men; Sullivan's foree,
Chicago, 1,000 men; contingent at An
derson, Ind., 150 men: and Aubrey's
forre. Indiunapolis, 700 men. Total
SEVEN FIREMEN HURT.
Injured by Fallina Tlmbsrs During a
71re In Memphis.
Mkmpiiis, Tenn,, April 25. Seven
firemen were sevorely injured by falling
limbers iu a burning building in this
city last night. The injured are;
John M. Dolan, left arm broken; Mike
Cleary, brnissd and internally injured;
Jnte Moore, leg crmbed ; Richard Bur-rori-H,
burned and bruised about body
and limbs; John Monahan.aru crushed";
Thomas Meradith, burned aud injured
about head; William Whalon.body and
leg crushed. Whalen was rescued from
the ruins at 11 o'cloek. He is seriously
Tbe fire broke out at 7 o'clock in tbe
feed and irrain store of W. J. Chase and
spread all over tbe building in a few
seconds. The firemen who were in
jured attempted to carry a hose up to
the third etory, bnt had scarcely reached
the aecond floor when the building col
lapsed, burying them in the ruins. A
score or more of firemen instantly
rushed to the rescue of tboir impris
oned comrades, and succeeded in reseu
lug all except Whnlen,who was caught
beneath a heavy beam. The loss on
building and stock will aggregate ?2C,-000.
DEADLY GASOLINE EXPLOSION.
A Child Burned to Death and Two Other
Peraonb Fatally Injured.
St. Louis, April 25. A gasoline
stove exploned yesterday afternoon in
tho farm house of Cnssamir Nix, living
just south of the city limits. The
blazing fluid was thrown into every
room, and the building burned like
The GO year-old grandmother of the
farmer made an effort to save a 'J-year
old baby, bnt was nnseccessful, and
was herself so badly burned that she
will die. After the house burned, the
infant's remains, a blackened crisp,
were taken from the ruins. A 5-year
old child was also fatally burned. Mr.
and Mrs. Nix were both badly burned
about tbe face and hands.
ickhuKS ot JtALQOSl.
After Her Husband Kicked Her Ad
mirer Down Stairs Young Mrs.
Haase Was Stabbed.
New York, April K Mrs. Lulu
Haas- is in a hospital with a knife
wound in the right bosom which the
surgeons who have examiued her say
will almost surely prove fatal. Her
husband. L mis Haase, is a prisoner m
the West One Hundred and Twenty
fifth Street station, although the wo
man has thus far maintained that the
wound waa MlMoflieted,
The Haase are a yonng couple who
have lived in a pretty little apartment
ou West 1-otu str-et. .She i M) and be
is four years her senior. They have
beeu married four years, and have on
child, a gill 3 years old. Haase is
ereditel witu having a very jealous
disposition and a most ungovernable
tnir, whioh has led to frequent trou
ble between himself and nis wife His
jealousy is said to have led him to be
suspicions that his wife's acttuus were
not alwey what thoi of a faithful
wife ihould be.
Aeoordiug to his stery, contrary to
bis usmil custom of nut getting home
until 5 or 8 o'clock eaen afternoon, be
returned at X o'clock yesterday, and
uukuowu to his wir In un lAirn.l tn
crete himself in a closet in the parlor.
men Ue awaited development, and
they came faster than even be had ex
pected. He heard the outer bell of the
apartment ring, and then his wife en
tered the apartment with an elderly
man named Adam Rennie.
Hasse, who was watching tbem
throngh a peephole in tbe closet door,
ay that they sat down beside ech
otber. It was not many minute after
when Hesse threw open the closet door
and rushed npon toe elderly visitor.
Kennle has not yet been found to de
scribe what followed hut Hasse says
that be filing bim out of tbe parlor and
kicked bim down two fiigbta of stairs
When Haase retorned to the parlor,
where he had left bis wife, she was in
tear. He bitterly accused her, but she
denied, and said that Mr. Rnnle was
simply an old friend whom she had
known since she wa a little girl.
Haase continued to upbraid her, aed
then be aaya, she snatched up a dirk
and plnnged it into her bosom, saying
she was tired of life and would no
longer stand his jealous accusations.
10 PUNISH PAORONES
Italian Government Deslro tn Co-opsr-ate
with the Unltd States
Washington. April 25 Baron Fava,
the Italian minister, had an interview
with Secretary Carlisle and Superin
tendent Slump of'the bureau of iiuuii
gratlon, with a view to reaching some
common basis to prevent Italian immi
gration under the padrone system,
baron Fava represented that bis gov
ernment waa very deslroas of stopping
such immigration and would heartilv
co-operate with the United States au
thorities to accomplish that end.
Superintendent Stump detailed the
efforts made by the immigrant bureau
to shut out padrone immigrants nnd tn
pnnish p;idrones caught In the traffic
A result of tho conference will bo the
establishment of a system of inspec
tion at Italian porta to stop the nefari
ous practice, and Baron Fava says the
Italian government will give all the
information in its power to accomplish
CHINAMEN IN HOCK.
Over 200 Moon-Faoed Oriental Penned
Up on Board th Peru.
San Francisco, April 25. Accord
ing to the new ruling at the treasury
department, Chinese claiming to be
merchants cannot be landed on their
return from China unless they conduct
their business either in thoir own name
or in tho firm's namo in which tbeir
own names appear as thny are written
iu the certificate under wbloh they at
tempt to land
A result 200 Chinme ci aiminc to
j be merchants are now detain hr.. on
the steamer Pen The incoming
stesmer China will probably bring as
many more who cannot De landed un
der the order.
IN OUR OWN COMMONWEALTH.
Pennsylvania Railroad Agent S. O. Qeib
has disappeared from Marysville stati on.
Aged Thnmns Ward, who lived un
happily at Mahanoy City, swallowed pan
green and will die.
Mrs. Elliot F. Shepard, of New York, has
given $100 to found a Shepard scholarship
at Lafayette college.
Governor Paulson says the Wernersville
Insane anylum will be ready for about 800
patients in from three to five weeks.
Fourteen-year-old Morris Dickert dis
appeared from his home in Allentown and
came back with a dime novel tale that he
had been kidnaped and taken to West
Tbe strike in the soft coal regions is al
ready affecting the rolling mills in tbe
Schuylkill Valley, and it is predicted that
within ten days all rolling mills will be
compelled to cease work.
For the First Time Since 1891 the Works
Are Nearly All Idle.
THE SITUATION AT OTHER POINTS
Most of tho Men Who Worked on
Tuesday Have Dropped Their Picks.
The Cambria Iron Men Refuse to
Go to Worp-. At Mount Pleasant the
StriKers Are Buying Quantities of
Arms and Amunition The Citizens
Terrorized News from tho Soft
Connfllsvillh. Pa., April 25
IT II the exception of a few worlts
ItfJ the ontiro coUe raeion is out
for tbe first time sir.ee 1801
Most of the men who remained
at work yetterdaj laid down their picks
tilt nornii Poj;ng a frtmn',.: ,-e-JH-
tton of work in this section. The 'nn
bnu Iron company's men. at Masoning
and Atlas, refused to go to work
The coke drawer! agreed to draw tho
coke to prevent it from burning np
As soon as the coke is drawn the plants
will be sunt down. The Dunbar Ktir
uare company is operating the Hill
Farm plant in full, and the Cambria
company's Wheeler works are also run
ning, but tbe in-n will com out as
soon a the mob which laeolUcting at
Tb(l companies will not take the
chances of having their property
burned aud will shut d wn when the
mob arrive The forci of deputi sf on
guard has be. u doubled at all tha
plauts iu tin section. Committees
were sent to all tbe Oliver pi Mt to re
quest the men to some out As Soon
it these committees have returned and
reported the mob will ino, on the
plant that refuse to shot down.
STRIKERS PL HCHASI ARMS.
Along the Mount l'leasaut branch
nearly everything is shut down. Uf the
twenty plants iu that section only four
ar reported working The men at
thoe works say they will com out to
day. The citizens ar terrorisd tstt
tb iberill, in carrying out hi deter
mination to dispone all mobs, inaets
witti armed resistance. The strikers
purchased Urge quantities of firearms
and amunition yctrday.
At Bradford laat night families tie 1
from their homes to the rouutrr resi
dence fur sad-t.v. Deputy Sheriff
Itiebards with a large fore of men
ha been ttloned to gnard tbe works
along tb Mount Pleasant branch and
baa instruction to disperse all mob
Lebanon. Pa, April 25 - The wreat
coke aud coal sttikss are playing havoc
with ttie iron mills In this locality.
Tbe puddling department of all tb
mills are shut down btcsns th sup
ply of coal is exhausted. 1 h ertLl of
ttie effect upon furnace mil likewise
be determined ly tb length of tb
strike, rot being in espscial demand
CVllmbhs. Ohio, April 36 rises'
dent John McBn le said this uiorning
that he had no news from the strike of
the coal miners to give out. The only
information he had was that obtained
in tin morning newspapers. The atis
pension had already eiteeiUd ni ex
pectations and promise 1 to be
general in a few days. It
waa remarable that the a called
"river operators," who claimed that a
Kiispeniion at tin lime of the year
CMM not hurt than, had been the
lirst tn ask to be allowed to proceed
with their work A 'telegram w r
cured from the district south of Pied
mont, W. Va., this morning, asking
that an organizer be sent there Tbey
WHITE CAPS ON TRIAL.
Oaoraia Moonshiners Protected Illlolt
Dlitlllsrl" Through Outre-.
Atlanta, Oa., April 25 Eleven
men, supposed to let white caps, were
put on trial in the United States court
here yesterday for several recent out
rages. It is chsrged by the government
that these prisouers are members of a
gang in Cordon. Murray and fjilmofe
conntie whoa oDject i to protect il
The importance of this ttial grows
ont of the extensive operation of this
secret league, which is said to embrace
TOO members among the mountains of
north Oeorgia. Within the last two
weeka eight whippings snd one assassi
nation have been reported. Incendiarv
fires and attempts to murlr depnty
marshals are alio credited to tbi
NEWS OF NATIONAL GUARD.
Leave of Absence and Bonorabl Uis
Harrisburo, April 25 The follow
ing order was issued from headquart
ers National gnard:
Colonel Thomas DeWitt Cnyler.
judge advocate general, is hereby
granted leave of absence from April
u0 until May 6, 1694, also Lieutenant
Colonel A. J. Drexel, jr., aide de samp,
from April M until May 10. i?SH. with
permission to go beyond tho sea.
The following named OOoefl pre
hereby honorably discharged from th
dates and lor the causes set opposite
their respective names: First Liou
tenant Claude B. Pratt, inspector of
rifle practice, Thirteenth regiment, re
signed April 16, 194; First Lieutenant
Clark Q Middleton, Company A, Fif
teenth regiment, resigned Jan. 17,1694.
Vateran of the Gray Ambl at Bir
mingham Birmingham, Ala., April 25 -More
than 20,000 visitors are in Birmingham
to attend upon the fourth annual re
union of the United Confederate Vet
erans which convened here today. The
city i gaily decorated with national
and Confederate flags. All the dis
tinguished living ex-Confederates nr.
in attendance, as well as the governors
of five southern states, viz:
Governor Jones, of Alabama; Gov
ernor Turney, of Tennessee; Governor
Tillman, of South Carolina; Governor
Hogg, of Texas; and Governor Stone,
of Mississippi, General Jones delivered
an address of welcome In behalf of the
state, followed by Mayor Fox, who
welcomed tbe veterans in behalf of the
General John B. Gordon, commander
in chief, responded eloquently in be
half of the Uaited Confederate veter
ans, then followed the enrollment of
delegates and organization of the con
vention. Addresses were delivered by
Senator Berry, of Arkansas, and Gen
eral Cleman A. Evans, of Georgia.
STRANGE STROUDSBURG CASE.
Eno Cunningham Apparently Die of
GrUf end Then Bsttirn to Life.
East BnOTJDtBUTtO, Pa., April 25.
A son of Enus Cunningham died sud
denly today and his death so prostrated
Mr. Cunningham that he, too, seem
ingly disd horily aftorward. A phy
aician who was summoned prononnced
Mr. Cunningham dead and the house
hold whs plunged into a double grief.
Two honr after his apparent death
and while hi family were (till gath
ered around hi li'.Uide, Mr Cunning
ham revived and now promises to re
ACE BUr?AHD ARRESTED.
Tho nteOatlaw' CvaaveMttie Wort s- i-
BtAsara, April 96,-Vbs Banard,
the ez-oatlaw, ami Dpnlol Wain bolt,
the Wlli mountaineer, were arrested
here today on the charge of being im
plicated in the robberr of Cedar Lane
station on the New Holland railroad.
Tlie accused were taken to Lancaster
HER CONTRACT BROKEN.
Miss Ruasall-Paruglnl Says She Will
Sing no More for Canary
PBILAMUVUi April '.'4 Miss
Lilliau Bosaall has notified Canary ami
LedersC, of the Caaino Theatre of New
York, that she will terminate her en -gagemvut
at the end of the present
aou, on June 2 Their contract,
they assert, holds her for the year end
ing November 10, with a renewal for
tb ensuing year under tbe term of a
notitic ition which tbev tiled with her
laat Fbrury But Miss Russell notL
tie them that the has discovered that
her iguatnre to Mf contract wa ob
tained by "trick and device" and"gros
deceit an I fraud." wherefore she will
sing for them no more
Thev antiounc in turn that tbey will
go to the furthermost ends of the law
to restrain her, and y that tl.ey will
irt an endless array of iu junctions,
uisndatntta, and what not. before
tliuv will ptrmu br to sing for Mr
Abliov. Rumor he it, and it ia a
rumor not ill defined, that Miss Kustell
will accept an ngagemnt with Mr
Abbey for Beit yer. and that he I
now simply endeavoring to rid herself
of the preicnt managers. Sh !, how
ever, willing to sign with tb uiidecslt
fal Mr Canary to complata tb aecond
(sou ending June I Otherwise b
won t play any more
Mis BmmU abtoiutaly declined to
i interviewed upon Ibe mttr. but
her personal rprentative, Mr. Pel
peD,aAnonBOSd ti.t it wa untrue that
he was trying to rid herself of Canary
A Lederer limply to make an engage
ment with Mr Abbey at io.oinj a year
Mie had as many as six oiler from
manager, h MM, and waa (till con
sidering Mr Lederer said that Miss Kusaell
wa wrung la faying that lie had leett
In dm a court of r.-c r I, as there waa
no such firm a that of Canary &
Ledeter of which he was a member,
and which held the contract with hr
' I consider Miss Kuas.-ll a Very es
timable lady, loVey logel along with
She I surrounded, however, with bad
adviear I don't mean her husband,
although lie wa the flrt to bring about
her meeting with Mr Abbey Strang
to y now, Mr. Abbey doean't propose
to have Pamglnl in tha company.
I' on ii v, Isn't it?
"Miss itusseir present action is sim
ply a week subterfuge to enable her to
with a manager who has promised her
"i per ont. more of the gro receipts
than we give her. But weinall not let
Mis KuascU' season at tb Casino
will end on Saturday night, when th
company is scheduled to go to Bolton.
Whether It will go remain to bo en.
FREAK OF THE EARTHQUAKE.
A High Towsr In Chalet, Recked Vlo
lantly, bnt Not Orerthrown.
London. April 25 The correspond
ent at Atlanti of the Time has visited
Chalcis. the capital of the northern
part of the Island of Euboea, which
island waa greatly affected by the re
cent earthquakes. He found that " 10
houses had been destroyed, and that
tha new cathedral was badly damaged
A most pecnliar incident wa the ac
tion of the lofty Venetian tower in tho
center.of the town. It swung to and
fro so violently that It knocked down
an adjoining wall, though it remained
standing itself and sustained no dam
FLASHED FROM THE WIRES.
Governor Tiowor of New York bas
signed ths bi-partisan lo'-tien inspectors'
Marion, TnrV, Will have a new 'in-p'.ate
plant to cost JIUO.OW and iuploy W
James Roddick, of Caddo, Okla.. whipped
his 11-year-old stepdaughter to death and
is threatened with lynching.
Clas smothered M. Lndger I.aroche, a
French government official, in tbe Hotel
de Paris, New York, aud suicide is sus
pected. incensed by loss of bank deposits, II. G.
Tobin, a Waila Walla saloon keeper.chnsed
through the streets with a guu J. K. Ed
winston, the broken batik's president.
For 1100,000. Major J. L. Rathbooe, ox
Couusul Heneral to Parts, has sold a con
trolling interest in his Mexican copper
mines to M. Uoguerheliu & Suns,smeltere.
Eugene Byaua has been convicted at
Birmingham, Ala., of the murder of his
cousiu and guest, Lieutenant Eugene
Walker, ot the army, for tho purposo of
Tbe supreme court of California bas de
cided all ten appeals iu the famous Blytha
case In favor of Florouoe Ulythe Hincklev,
tbe snccessful claimant ' the 110,000,000
It Again Occupies the Attention of
United States Sonata
WILL BE CONSIDERED EVERY DAY
Arrangements for Prolonging the
Battle The Address of Mr. Al
drich, of Rhode Island Not a Para
graph in the Bill That Does Not
Strike a Cruel and Destructive Blow
to Some American Industry The
Populists Resolutions Go Over.
House Proceedings Brief.
Washington, April 25
T HILL and a resolution oa the
subject of expected arrival iu
" Vasbington of Corey and nis
Uu followers weto introduced by
in" Fopuliit 2-.natori from X-insa-i and
tfabraaka, Mr. Peffer'i Mil l "t pro
vide work for unemployed persons In
the district of Columbia "
The work i tube begun without nn
necessary dalay and such persons an
tn be employed in it aa hav no otber
present employment and who d-Hire to
work at a daily wage Of $150 par day
of eight hourx. Tba act is to remain iu
force till April, 1 J'
Tin- bill was r.-h-rred to the district
coL-iinittev Mr Allan! resolution was
an BBStrttbn of tho right of cltUMU of
the United Stat to assemble in the
city of Washington for any an I all
peaceable purpose, and to enter upon
the Capitol ground and into the Capi
to). This resolution went over and
will come np in tb morning hour to
morrow. the rajuvr bill aream,
At 1 p m. the vice president laid the
tariff t'ill before the seual aud Mr.
Harris, Teuueesse. asked unanimous
consent that for the remainder of tlua
wk the aonaMleralioa of tn bill shall
c utiuu dally from 1 to U p in. Mr
Harris moved that heraafter aud until
olbuiwis ordsrsd th senate shell meet
each day at 11 a in Tbe motion went
over till torn irrow.
ibe hill waa then taken up for con
sideration paragraph by piragraph the
formal readiug of thu bill in rxteuaion
being diipetiied with On the first line
of the bill there waa an amendment
reported bv the finance OMIIBIMM), to
tix the time when the act i to takt
effoct the ttutfa of duns. IfiM, lustead of
AIMED AT Alll.llli VN INDLSTHV.
To thl amendment Mr. Aldricb,
Rhode Island, a member of the tiuance
eomiuittee, addressed himself There
was njt a paragraph in th bnl,he sid,
wbtch wool i not strut a cruel sad de
struct! vo blow ut sola American in
dnstry No tariff measnrn .... t ever
been , : in tb American con-
graas mat made IOOI ruthless chaoses
SS tb peUJlu bill. No IUaoie tied
ever been suggested iu the bisi jt ot
th country that so completely revolu
tionised th policy adopted by the
font) !r of the government a hundred
veer ago, and which bad controlled
the tariff legislation of the country
from that time to tue preiit
Mr. Piatt, Connecticut, spoke against
th proposition that the bill should go
into effect ou June SO, 1804. an 1 de
clared tuat ita doing so would impose
penalties to enormous amounts upon
inerchauts and BpoO msniifcturers
who Would hot be aide to dispose of
their I took on hand without great loss,
aud also up n the working people of
tba country. He denounced the pro
posed legislation a a crime against tlie
nation, and a crime against humanity.
Th mere threat of its passage had pro
duced dire rssillt.
OBUtta TREATY tH THE Hot tilt,
over four hour of today' xesslon of
th bouse wa devoted to a considera
tion in committee ot the whole of th
diplomatic and consular appropriation
bill for the year ending .Inn 80. But
seven pages of the bill ware dispaaed
of iu that period of time.
A great part of the seasion was con
nined in au attack upon th Chinese
treaty now pending m the senate, by
Messrs Herman, iRp., Ore.i, Wilson,
Rp , Wash.). Bowers, (Rep, Cal ). and
Blair. Uep., N. H. I Considerable time
wa alio given to a general, though
somewhat desnltory discussion of the
consular fee ystem, upon a motion by
Mr. Hepburn (Kep., Ia.) to require ail
consul receiving salaries of $.'1 oou a
year upward, to coverall their fees into
Althongh many amendments were
offered to reduce the appropriations for
various consular salaries, chielly by
Mr. Cannon, i Kep , 111.1. none of them
were adopted. At ." 15 the honae nd
jonrned. a i
Coxv Its Having Bvmritnins of Msasles
Will notba Allowed In Washington.
Washington, D. C, April 25. -A
nw impediment to tha Coxa demon
stration in Washington on May 1 ap
peared today in tbe person of Dr Ham
mett. the health officer of tho District
lie will meet tb -eoTrirnnn wo; my
at the district Hue and if he (inds any
sickness among the members that is
likely to breed infections or oontagloui
disease, the entire force will be quar
antined. DYNAMITE IN OHIO.
Unknown Miscreant Blows Up the Office
of a Prominent Thyidcian.
Mautlb, O , April 25. This town
was shaken up on Monday by an ex
plosion which blew up the ollice of Dr.
H. W. Coohrans, but injured no on
The explosive used whs dynauiito.
The doctor Is one of the most respected
residents in this section.
STRIKERS ACROSS THE PONO.
Brlou Trouble Among th Iron Work
er tn Poland.
Warsaw, April 25. A great strike
of miner, Iron workers aud others pre
vsiis in tne retrllcau district of Poland
serious riots have occurrsd. Two
thousand troops occupy the town of
Sosnowica, wher tha disturbances have
been most violent, aud additional
troops are on their way there.
Iu the fights that have already or.
enrred sixteen strikers have been killed
and a a large number wonnded. The
soldiers have been obliged to fire into
the mobs repeatedly. The prison at
Sosnowlea is tilled with strikers who
have beeu arrested for rioting,
Report of tha Projsotad Rooosningr of tb
Mint Start Ppecalatlnn.
London. April 25. The Times, in
ita financial article this morning, say
that evidently some speculation has
been BOtnmenoad in connection with the
rumored reopening of the Indian mint
In some well informed quarters it is
expected that the mint will again be
opened in June.
Iu other quarters the probability of a
change is denied, yet, the Times adds,
it is bard to believe that further aaen
laeiona of etirrendy can be permitted In
the Indian treasuries while mony is
so much needed for Indian payments
New York "ler-o! CoV DeVers' Asso
c:at;on Wi" "e in This C:ty
May 2d. and 25.
Th New York Retail Coal Dealers
association will visit the Wyoming and
Lackawanna valley coal fields. 150 to
200 strong, May Z-i. 21 aud 25 They
will lie in Scrantou on the two latter
daws, excepting a half day run to Car
bondale aud Honeedale on the '5lh.
Charles T. Leonard and (ieorge .1.
Lltt. a siib-eoiumitte of th
SXCOrniOd committee of the associa
tion, were her yesterday, and were ac
oofspanlad by J Baldoa swisner. divis
Ion paxsenger agent of the Jersey Cen
tral railroad, iu their walks about, ar
ranging for the details of the excor
stonlata entertainment while in the
city. Mr. Leonard and Mr. Eltz were
interviewed by a laVtBUNI reporter last
night and gave the following inform
lion concerning the proposed visit
The xcurion will leave New York
via the Jersey Central railroad May 23
i'h lint stop will be made at Wilkes
Lrr. from which point trips will be
mad to the mines of the Lehigh and
Wilke-Brre Coal company at Ply
mouth, Nantiooke and Ashley.
They will reach this oity the after
DOOI of May 24 While here nn iu
sprctioa will b mad of th mines
generally, though -ome member may
individually ctio t do J While in
the city the parly will make a general
tour among tbe points of interest uutil
BOOS of May 2.., when they will take a
llmag trlii to Carbondal and Hones
dale, returning to SeWantou tor an early
snpper before leaving for New York.
The association made a similar visit
to Scrantou in 1088, consequently th
repetition of tb trip is a compliment
to th interesting position tbi city oc
cupies in the min i uf tbe member.
Last year tbey journeyed to OH Point
Coin furl and the year ptaviOM to Uoa-
I h -Il.Uk th lOhJllluD of tb re
tail ooau market .u New York, Mr
Leonard ld .
"We had a long and severe winter in
Saw York two winter ago, which
made onr business good. However, the
mild weather Ot the winter just passed
j resulted iu a depression of the retail
cl interests and Was strlouily Mt.
W ought now. comparing this
with past seasons, to be bnv
tilling orders for next winter; but
owing to th mild weather of tbe past
eaaon nianv ot our customer hav a
much larger amount of foal on hand
than usual at tin jieriod, aud it will
probably be ev-ral OOtOS before we
ar called upon for nexi fall and win
tar's supply After summing up all
the apparent features of the coal trade,
and e uisideriug the matter from the
condition of my own business, I think
tlie outlook a very poor on
Mr. Leonard aud Mr. Bits return
for New Y"otk via th 12 oV Jersey
Central traiti today.
Tal ot Cruelty to th Braaillan on
Board tha Portugu Ships.
Hi tnos ATMS, April 25. - The Na
ciun prints a number of open letters
addressed to President Ssens Pena de
scribing the brutal treatment of the
Brazilian refugees by the officer of th
l'ortnguesa warships Mindello and 41
fonso d Albnqurqne
They state that three of the Brexilian
officers have bn badly cut by aabres.
Robert Clark and Warren Mix Indnlga
in Shontina Affray
EirottH m. Pa.. April 25. A fatal
shooting affray took place at Mix Run,
thi county, this afternoon between
Robert Clark and Warren Mix, noieh
bofS, Clark shooting Mix in the groin,
the ballot coming out at the back.
Mix i still alive, but cannot recover.
Clark wa arrested.
The government s light with, the Pacific
railroads is about to be compromised, it is
P.'.v LV-Trwl hej a'.-e; the United
?tato fUprensJ court to compel the Vir
ginia court of appeals to admit her aa a
praol it loner.
The nomination of x-Uproaentativ
TonaOS, Ol low, to be iuter-atate com
merco commissioner, haa been reported
favorably to the senate.
THE HARVfcST OF DEATH.
Haemakers, the Bttgliah sculptor.
Maurice Joy, a dooorator of national
reputation, at l'liiladelplna.
At New York, Mrs. I'aroliuo Pastor
i larke. sister of Touy Paster.
At Washington, General k. s. Orauifor,
Uaited Stales ariuj, rastTSd, iu the 3td
year of his age.
Washixhton. April 85.-Fer-Wt
for Thursday: Fbr Eastern
'crinvniunia, JW, lanuble
icincf.t; Warmer near the coast.
f or i rste.ru 'otNsvtvanta. fair,
' It , " -' - .t (.1 ri.i,(ll.
Colored Silk Umbrellas witri
Dresden Knob Handles to match
are amODg the leading styles for
Ladies' ue. We show an attrao
tive variety iu Blue, Brown,
Green, Garnet, Black and Change
Prevailing Tr:cn" for or weolcf
50c. Ombwlla, 26-incfc Kte
$1.39 Gloria SilU6-incli,$I.OO
$2.25 Bristol Silkl26-iDGh,S1.95
S3 Windsor Silk, 26-inch, )Z 65
we have all the latest designs and
oewei t material. Wo call atten
tion to our WHITE MOIRE at
TU.iJO, alio WHITE SURAH
! with White Handle and Frame)
510 anil 612 Lackawanna Ava
' mmem 1
THE EUTU PERCHA & SUBBED UTS Ca S
RuUBHR BELTING AND HOSE.
CRAA A. SCHIEaEN jr CO i
And Oak tAnnod Leather Beltiaft
H. A. Kingsbury
SI 3 Sprac St., Scrantou, PL
Lewis, Reilly A Da vies
Ladles show friends onr ai.."o, or?, avtsv
aaS a t SUOta, and so enUiuntwtio are the f
over their I'lirchasen that one kh)o la sure to
be the mean- ot making auother.
LEWIS, REILLY & DAV1ES
114 Wyoming Ave.
WAIT UNTIL I get in my
new quarters at 408
can get bargains in
that have never been offered
1 J. ME