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SCRATON. VA FRIDAY MOItXING. APRIL 27. 1894.
TWO CENTS A COPY.
OR TIE lEIlTlFUL i
FLOOD OF GORE
The Bold, Bid Train Stealers Captured With
out a Struggle.
Six Hundred and Fifty Terrible Cox
eyites, Who Have Frightened the
Country on a Fjst Frlsght Train,
Are Rounded Up by 250 United
States Regulars and Made Prison
ersNews of the Horse Breeder's
Army at Other Points.
FOKBYTBB, Mont., April 06
THE strong hud ot tbt law has
reaehed out ami seized tbt lion
tans "Army ot the Common
wenl." The aruiv, 650 strong,
cajttt In here from the West at 10. 1" p.
til. Inst night Ita lenders gave it out
that the train would remain in For
syth until morning.
At 1180 o'clock, however, the en
gineer went to the round hoose and
deliberately prooeaded to tiiKe out a
ftetb engine aad prepare for the trip
In the meantime Colonel Fngo, of
Fort Keogh, had secured a special
ir In, and was thundering dowu the
road to meet tbe train stealing contin
gent. He eatue into Forsythe shortly
after mi inight, and found a larite par:
ol the Corny attny asleep iu the bi x
cars. The surprise was so complete
that the Coxeyiies gift up without
struggle. The troops left most of th
men aboard the train and anrroun d--d
it The nocture was effected by a com
pany of 350 iuTautryuieu from Fort
Nothing definite is known as to wiit
will be don with t!' CotnmOOWealerS,
out it to supposed eight or ten of the
leaders will br- taken back to Butte to
morrow, and the otaera s-t at liberty.
The army was so surprised at the
prompt maneuvering of the regulars
that to leader capitulated an I were
taken into custody without tronble.
There baa been BO bloodshed, and none
As s. on as the n"wi ot the c tpture of
Hoi:nn'a army at Forsythe was reoeivad
lyLiwyer Jam. -a MeNanght, counsel
for tne Northern Pacific Railroad com
ptny, in tbi citv, he -.1111116 tiately
wired to Lawyer J. 11. Mitcliell, Jr., at
Bt Paul, Minn., and Mesecrs (.alien
ami Tol Helena, Mont., to proceed
agar : '..1-' trimmers b-fora t'nited
States Jndg Ki-owiea for contempt of
court, and alto prefer charge of grand
larceny against them fur stealing th
company's train. Mr. McNaught al.o
instructed the western lawyers to pre
fer charges of conspiracy, under rl
laws of Montana, against the mob,
and a charge of felonious assault,
bs-d on the fact of their firing on dep
uty United States marshals.
Tbe manuals of Washington and
Idaho claim to have nfflcnl force to
prevent the mob's getting very far
witn any tnin they m iy aiz Gover
nor Bdokaxta, of Montana, reu-sted
transportation for the atate militia,
and the Northern Pacific Railroad com
pany complied with bis rqnsst thia
FOR THE WA.srilX'iTON KF.CF.ITION.
WumimWt, April M The abief of
police look meetttret to lay to minim ze
tbe liktlih') d of danger from tha
Coxv invasion. Sjuada of policeman
in uniform were atationed at the rr.il
ro id stations with instructions co m ike
any large inoomlng briie of men give
an Mount oi tunmselve
OSicers have been armed with extra
baary oak batons, riot drills of the po
lice force are taking place and monnted
policemen have been detailed for duty
in the northern aubnrbe where the
Oxey forces are expected to enUr
With tha federal troops and the district
Uilltia to support ttaam, the police are
coiiC lnt that thfy arecappl to meet
any etnfrg-ncica. hut aa a precaution
ary meinnrn spatial policemen have
bean enrolled and it is said that 200 of
them will be sworn in and placed on
duty Monday, the day btf OTS Coxaj's
proposed entrance into Washington.
A E Redatone, Coxey's local agent,
said today that - companiea of
men wonld le organised hire tomor
row and sent to join tha commonweal
at Kockville or (raithcratiurg and that
the rcrnitinR wonld be kept up indue-
r v until tha army of peace eu-
'I ha police will guard roads leading
1o the city Sunday.
, SITUATION AT OTIIKIt POINTS.
TaCOMA, April 20. Considerable ap
prehenmoii Iiiih exiated heio in regard
to the lnduatrial army movement.
Prompt action on the part of the fed
eral authorities, hownverr, has dona
much to dispel this fear. About fifty
deputy marshals have been sworn in
by ordsv ot the United States circuit
judge. The federal authorities hu
nounee that they can secure foroe
enough to prevent the tramps getting
out of the atate with 11 stolen train.
BlATTTJ, Wash., April 20 -The North
western industrial forces, 100 atrong,
marched out, of town Inst night and
camped for the night in a church and
several deserted store buildings.
Commander Bbappard aaya the men
aill be marched to Payallap, throe
miles dintaiit on the Northern Paolfia.
where he aaya a train will he taken,
lie refneea to tell how he expects to get
the train, and admits that the Northern
Pacific refused to give him one.
Thoutdale, Oro,, April 26 The
''Industrial army" from Portland will
andoubtedly make an attempt to take
a train some time today, but the rail
road company is determined not to
entry the tramps. A car load of spec
ial officers pursed through Ahead of the
last freight train to circumvent any
move which the tramps might make.
Coxey'b main link.
Hyattstows, Md., April 20. To
lay'e march of the array from Freder
ick wna not remarkable for incidont.
On reaching this place nt 2 p. ra. the
procession passed through the one
a treet. of tbe town, Coxey in his buggy
bowing and smiling, and the baud play-inc.
The latest announcement of the sel
ection of n camp, made by Mr. Coxey,
is that the Hrightwood Driviug park,
on the Seventh street road, had been
secured. The use of the park waa ten
dered Mr. Oozsy, it is said, by Frank
II Conger, formerly city postmaster in
Washington. The reason given for the
switch from Woodley park, which had
been accepted on Tnesilay. was that tho
BrlghtWOOd park had a fence around it
so that admissiou could be charged.
KELLEY A bftLl TOSSER.
He Ones Tlnvd la the Field fr the 8t.
I.ouls Association lub,
ANITA, la.. April 2tl Kallsy's army
reached Anita to lay after a inarch of
fourteen miles from Atlantic. The
start waa uudor lesa propitious circum
stances than usual.
One hundred and forty teams had
been promised by the Atlantic vommit
tee, bnt not more than twenty wagons
were available. There waa a notable
laek of enthusiasm among the towns
KslltJ was OflOS a player In the
Western baa-- ball league and later
played in the Bald for St. Louis, when
the latter was iu tbe American associa
tion. He still prides bimstlf on his
lleetness of foot and strength ol limb,
aud is endeavoring to organize an army
base ball club to play the towu clubs
along the liue.
HARLEM BANK COLLAPSES.
A Solid Institution Closes Its Doors
Pending an Investigation
NlW YOU, April 86. A. C. Jn laon,
state examiner, look poaaeeaion of the
Harlem Rival bank and closed it this
The officsrs of the bank w.re com
pUteiy snrptoad at Mr. .Indaon's action.
The cashier expressed the greatest eur
prist at tiiHsup-riutenil-nt'a action aud
referred it'ipiinea to tbe stattm-ntof
the preeidnt of the Garfield hank as
to the condition of the Harlem River
bank. The cashier save ho personally
believes the bank to ue solvent, lie
lid not know tnat the Qarfisld bank
intended to ceaae clearing for It.
Mr. Judsori, the bank exaiuiuerj said
to a United Press taportar that the
Qarfisld National bank had in the af
1 ternoou notified the Blearing BOOM and
varions bauks by circular that they
. would no longer "clear" for the Har
, lera River bank Mr Jadson said why
; t'.is Was lie was not in a position to
to tell. He b- lieved that the bang was
on a sound footing
Mr. dndson said that he examined
tbe Harlem River bank two months
ago. He said tiiat the capital was then
unimpaired, and a- IhoMlM H was un
impaired still, but be could uot Bay an
d finitely today.
000 FilLOWS CELEBRATE.
8venty-fif h Anr.ivrs.irv of the Oieanl
Baltimuui:. April U --The diamond
anniversary of the .Maryland Old Fel
lowship was enlelrated In Italtiiuore
today. The programme included exer
eists nl the memorial immutuent of
James L. Ridgley in Harlem park this
atternoon, a gr ir.d street parade, r -viw
and ad Ir-- this afternoon, and
an entertainment at the Temple to
night The order was instituted in Marv
land on April 80, 1819, by Thomas Wil
drey and fonr .iner, members of the
Mancheatsr Unity of Kngland, and it
was nt the monument erected in his
nimory by the Old (Tallows of Mary
land that the principal celebration to
All the lodges in the rity and state
were well rSpTSSSPtad in the parade
this a.'t rnoon. The I'atriarcha' Mili
tant of Maryland, Virginia, New J-rsey
and Penusylvai.ia, In command of
Chief Marshal William & I'rost, acted
as escort to Governor Hrown anil the
several hundred Invibid guests.
PIS Hl R WAS BURN INS.
Deahofa N-wark Lineman on a Hjir!i
Newakk. N. J.. April 20 -James
Macon, of Trenton, a lineman in the
employ of the Pennsrlvania Railroad
rompany. waa killed while at work on
wires ot the company at Hamilton
street and New Jersey Railroad ave
nne tonight. Mason was at work on
Some girls in a corset factory near
by saw his hair burning and called for
aid, A few ojir.utea Inter he dropped
front tha BOM and died on the way to
BRAZIL PORTS OPEN.
All but TaranHKoa Frae to the Matlonal
Flag To R-rapture Bsye.
LOUDON, April 20 -The correspond
ent at liiienoa Ayres nt the Times tele
graphs that all tho ports of Brazil are
now open to vessels flying the Brazil
Ian fl ig, with the exception of Paran
ngna, in the state of Parana, which is
reported to be still in the poassssiou of
The governmant ia preparing to send
a strong force to Bags, in tbe atate of
Rio Grande do Bnl, to endeavor to re
capture that city from t.hn insurgents.
FLASHED FROM THE WIRES.
Tho personal property of the late Kdwin
Booth Inventories at 002,000.
Cyrus VV. Field, Ron of the flpancier. is
dangerously ill of pneumonia at Now
The next American bankers' convention
will be held at lialtiinore, (let. 10 and 11,
New York's senate psasod the bill cut
ting off fees of the New York city sheriff,
and raising his salary from 11.000 to
respondent from separation from his
Philadelphia wife, Charles Hrown. aged
00, hanged himself in tho yard of bis
Leaving his accounts all right, Thomas
K. Fiuloy, cashier of the Chicago and Al
ton railroad, at Eust Kt. Lonis, committed
Henry Singleton and Horace Smith.negro
convicts, who committed murders in prison
while serving life sentences for murder,
were banged yesterday at Jnckson, Miss.
On the charge of manslaughter in, killing
Seaman S. EL Sheridan, Third Officer
Kykfegel, of the wrecked steamer Los
Augeles, is under arrest at Monterey, Cal.
Intelligence from Various Sections Concernliif!
the Great Strike.
Eight Thousand Men Idle in tho
Conncllsvillc Region and Mobs
Throng tho Streets The Oliver
Strikers Arc Desperate and Dan
gerous Pittsburp; Industries Aro
Affected by the Scarcity of Coal.
The Situation at Various Other
Pmsiu'iMi, April 20
Till', coal miners strike is already
beginning to have an effect upon
the dill' rent Industries Rail
road companies, it is claimed,
have betm appropriating coal which
had been billed to different mills, and
there ia already a c.ial famine at cor-
itau manufacturing plants
An I llicial connected with on; of the
largest South Side mills said today :
"We bars enough orders on our books
to keep our mills running for two
months to come, but 1 fear we will
bart to close down in a few days for
lack of coal. We simply cannot get it
at any price. The railroads am legally
entitled to confiscate coal, but only for
immediate use. The law does not per
mit them to stock up at our tipsnta,
1 know of r- vera! mills that have been
obliged to reiuae several large ordera
because they fe ir they cannot gt ooal
to keep iu operation. Tut result will
be an advance 111 irou. "
The report ia denied that there is any
immediate danger of the railroads bt
ir g compelled to suspend operations
owing to the lack of coal.
MOBS at roNSKl.l.sYiu.n
Cornells vi m.k, Pa., April 26.
There are at least B,000 idle man In
this seetioii of tile OOkS regions A big
mob marched up ami down ths M mut
Pleasant branch all night Woman
and children thd from their homes in
terror. All the men wbo were at work
yesterday refute! to go back this tuoru
ing and tho works were abut down
Ihe i l.iver men are grently frightened
and do not venture out except in com
pany with u'uarda
T he Oliver strikers are partisnlsrly
desperate and dangerous, owing lathe
MUM of the company in refusing to
employ any of loam against whom
tliey are known to have Ur 0,010 ti
tle of dynamite, and It is feared that
a wholesale attempt to murder the
workmen by blowing np the houses iu
which they liv Srill be mate by the
striker". No vi deuce is rep irted from
any otner point iu this end of the rs
RICHMOND; Mo, April 90 Tbt min
ers employed in thia section beTS de
cide 1 to oh-y the orders of the United
Mint Workers' aisooiattoo and gooni
on strike. There are about 1,000 min
ers iu tr.is tonnty.
CliAHI.Esri N. W. V t., April 20 -Sev-eral
mor mines in Urn New River ilia
triet are idle today. About one-foiu th
oftbaminasio ins Kanawba district
are out. Tbe situation iu the-e die
tricla is unseitm I.
DIEO AT IHE SALE.
Prayer V.'aa Sill a. d tha litdllng Then
BUOOKPOKT, Conn., April 26 Tha
auction sale of tha Gsorgs botel prop
erty took place today. Among those
who attetid-d the sale was Alt red Hop
u ins, a wealthy rssidsnt of this city
lie arrived juat ai the bidding opened,
and rushed to the room where the sab
was in progreaa. As ho stopped for
ward be fell and Was picked up tincon
sciona. lie was laid on a eoticll.
R-v. William Strother Jons stepped
to tbe couch, and. sinking upon bis
knees, began a prayer. I'.very man iu
the room removed his hat and atood
with bowed heal. When the prayer
waa finished Hopkins was dead. Tbe
body waa removed u another (Mm and
the sale proceeded. The roperty was
sold for 100,0 10,
TRIED TO KILL A SHERIFF.
An Unknown Tramp Fliea Two 8huta
at B'J Officer.
Gitr.i nsim mi. Pa., April 20 Last
evening an attempt to assassinate
siientr McCann w maiie near Mam
moths While lriviug home in Ina
buggy the eheriff noticed two foreign
era crouching behind n ahauty at the
roadaide, Juat aa he passed litem two
ahota were fired, the bullet cutting the
air close to his head.
The Hhenlt' whipped up his horse nnd
drove to Mammoth, where ha secured
assistance ami returned to atatOh fof
the assassins The sheriff iaatill ab
sent. i. ' e
TRIED FOR WIRE CUTTING.
The Orand Chief of the Order nf Rail
way Tnlirraphra In Tinubla.
Crp.ui Rapid, Ia., April 20. In
opening the caae against 1). G Ram
say, grand chief of the Order of Kail
way Telegrnphera, State's Attorney
Grimm gave particulars of the strike
during which wirei were cut.
He expects to prove that the defend
ant furnished money to parties, know
ing that they were going to use it in
paying the expenses of crippling
MRS. NICOLAUS AGAIN.
Said to Be Fractions Uer Wllee on a
Rich New Ymker In California.
San Francisco, April 20 The
Chronicle a'.ntea that a young, hand
some lady, who has for several days
been a guest at the Palace Hotel here
nnd at the Del Monta, at Monterey, in
none other (ban Mrs. Zella Nicolaus,
otherwise Mrs. Ruhinan, who gained
such unpleasant notoriety through her
auit in New York to recover $10,000
from George Gould.
If the woman be Zella Nicholane, as
claimed, she is traveling under an as
sumed mini". Sbo is accompanied by
a middle-aged woman, aud is receiv
ing tho marKM attention or a man
said to be n wealthy New Yorker. The
snpposod husband, a. H (tubman, is
not in evidence. A INew Y oi lier, who
met Mrs. Nicolaus at the Sturtovntit,
reeollocted her identity.
FOUND IN A POOL OF BLOOD.
A Horrible Doub'e Traicodv In a Little
New York VlllngM.
WATtBTOWN, N. Y., April 20. The
village of Adams, about fifteen miles
from here, was tho scone of a horrible
crime this morning, resulting in the
death of Will C Greenland the proba
ble fatal injury of tbt woman with
whom he bus lived a number ot years.
About 0 o'clock Green sent his son,
aged about 11 years, to a neighbor's to
borrow a harrow, and whan the boy
returned he found his father ami
mother lying on the lloor iu a pool of
blood, the man with his throat cut i n
two places from ear to ear and the
woman with a broken skull. Tne In
dications are that It was a case of min der
ninl tnioidt, although the woman
may recover. Tha woman was the
daughter of a farmer in an adjoining
town, ninl the families on bnt b sides
in. e) -
BATTLE WITH BANDITS
Engaifamant Ttrtween Vigilante and ths
notorious TJ sitoa onv.
Wichita, Kan., April 25, News
oomse from the Indian Territory of an
other li;ht witii biudita who are sup
posed to be the notorious Ilaltou gang.
A dispatch to the Kigle from Coal
Creek, 1 T gives an account of an n
counter between tho SUPPOM I bandits
aim a potts of viila' ts followed by n
depsrats battle wit i Wlnohettors,
The heaviest lotto! life was on the
side of the law and order men. Three
of them h-intf killed and others
wounded, but not fatally Oolyone nf
the outlaws wis mortally wounded
and two others s ti .inly.
IT IS THE Tlik CHOLERA.
Official Report of Ihe Lisbon Epidemic-
Two Hundred Cases
of Asiatic Scorgc.
M.u. rip, April 80 - I he sjKcisl sani
tary Inspector sent to Lisbon by the
Spanish government in order to inquire
into the tpldamit I OleSSed aa oholrrine)
whicti has pn vailed there lor some
time Oast, after a b-ng iBTMtigatioa
and conciliation with the eminent
specialist, Professor Sonza. declarea
that tho outbreak is one of true Asiatic
The military Inspector, in bis report,
also traces the source of tbe epidemic,
sayteg that it was li ip.rted to Lisbon
from tile Capo le Yard Islands.
Contrary to the statenieat issued by
the jportugsss govern msnt and pub
lished yesterday, there were 818 fresh
cases of cholera reported during ths
twenty-tout hours ending yesterday
Although it is now officially admitted
that tbo recent sickneas here is really
oboleTO, it i described as beiug of a
FIGHT AGAINST PKECKINRIOGE.
His Cendtlate let CUalrman la De
feated. LV i nvrLLB, Ky., April 26. The
Democratic state central committee
this afternoon elected a chairman of
the Mngresaiontl committee for tho
Ashland district to till the vacanry
Canted by the resignation of K. Polk
Johnson. 'I I. is was the first move in
the Breckinridge OAUiMlBU, 'I here
were three candidates: J Hull Dafld
Son, of Lexington, who ia a Hreclnn
rtdgt man. Alexander Grant and Will
ism Lindsay, of Frankfort, and Field
MjLcoiI, of V'-rsai!Ies. Molatod It
known to be an Owem man. MeLaod
was elected by a budtomt majority.
MoLtod It satisfactory to the Settle
people, Mr. Settle said that what lie
and OWMI wanted was an tatl-BrSOk-inti
IgS man, wliO would call an early
OOOteotlon and give all sides an oppor
tunity to make a thorough canvass.
Mr nettle hat written that ho wants
to meet Colonel Itrenkinrido on the
FME BT PITTiTON.
Sleek Ysrds of the Pennsylvania Coal
PrtTBTOlf. Pa, April 26 The atock
yards of tbt PanMylvanla Coal com
pany were destroyed b tire this morn
ing and tblrtytbrM bead of cattle and
eighteen horses ptrilbad.
The fod ler and all the fanning nlen
sils were al'i destroyed Tho loss It
CRirP fORE'GN GOSSIP.
Tin- BMOlth gOTarnWMt has forbidden
outdoor mMtingSM May day.
Cholera is still ISOrtaalng rnjiidly in Lis
bon, tin- nnmbei of cases now nnder trtat
mtat being -t L
Tbt house of tnmmOM passed the
mineis' .iii hour loll to a second leading
by n vote of 'J.sl lo llll.
The c.srewitch of ltusi.in and Princess
A 1 1 x , ol lies-", may bo married May if
Qrtnd Daks Qeorga, now ill m tbo t an
casus can attend.
As tbt reetilt. of tbt Hanover (Qsr.)
gambling scandal, suits have bSM broiiglit
again it Arnold Mi htner, nn Austrian
banker, for cbsatlngal curds ami loaning
money at SBOtSSlTt rales.
Editor Prank llntton, of the Washing
ton Post, has rallied flam his attack of
paralysis, mid his friends have hopes of his
I 'ommnndcr T. W. Dickinr, 1'nited States
navy, who escorted the Duke of Veragua
last year, has been allowed by cougress to
accept a decoration from Spain.
Commander Heyeruian and Lieutenant
Lyman will each lose their rank nnd pny
mi suspension for one year for the loss of
the Ksarsargt on Ronoador reef.
Vice Admiral Hopkins, coniinanding the
British West Indian and North American
fleets, bits notified our naval bydrogiaphic
office that he will nssist In destroying
His acid that Judge Seth Urehnrd, of
tbe district court of appeals, thinks of re
signing and entering tho lists ngaiust Sen -ator
Ueorge for the United States senator -ship
The secretary of the interior yesterdny
made a requisition on the secretary of the
treasury for 82,700, 000 for tho quarterly
pension payments on May 4.
Resolution .OiTiicd by Nebraska's Malcontent
Calls a Storm of Applause,
SPIRITED DISCUSSION AROUSED
Colorado's Youny, Senator Denounces
tho Resolution as a Cringing Invi
tation to tho Lawless to Enter tho
National Capital for no Good Pur
pose - Thinks It Time for the Senato
Regardless of Party to Stand
Against tbo Various "Isms" That
An; Running Riot Over the Country,
WitniROTOK, April 26.
n Ssoon as yettorday't jonrnal was
M rad Mr. Ransom, (N. C I, not!
U Bad the president that Mr. Jar
UU vis, appointed by the ROTSTOOr
Of Norlh Carolina to fill Ihe vacancy
causeil by the death of Mr. Vance and
wlinaa credentials haa been presented a
few days Jgo, was present and ready
to take the oath. The vice president
thereupon feCjUSSttd tbt aip lints I -u
ator to advance anil take the oath,
which he did, i-ic irted by Mr. Han
Mm, went to the secnitarv'a desk. In
taking It he hel l op his left bind, bit
right arm being disabled l.'e was
afterwards Introdnoed by Mr. Kane im
to many of hit Demooratio aiaociates.
He is a tall, courtly, dignified looking
gentleman of about I'm ye.ita of ago
Ilia hair, whiskers and mustache are
The resolntion which the Populist
senator from Nebraska iMr. Allan) of
; r ! on W' dn" lav was taken up and
led to a spirited disOOUioni Iu which
Mr. Allen had to resiet. single banded,
attacks ma le f r in both sides of tbt
chamber, First in the ar-na of con
lliet was Mr Veit, Missouri, who ex
pressed himself in favor of punishing
rather than welcoming men who bad
trampled on the law and undertaken
to secure transportation to Waablngton
by forOS of arms, ami he declared that
there must t uo hesitation or faltering,
bnt, that on tho whole, must Le met
here aiid BOW,
Next in the list appeared the young
senator from Colorado (Mr. Woloott),
Who, In ringing an I earnest tons. d
BOUnotd the resolntien as a cringing
invitation to thousands of people who
w .re pt -Hiring to invade the ra:,i id,
some peaceably aud on foot, some bv
stolen railroad tratna, some by nejr
gary, and all of them for no useful
purpose. It wet time, he declared, thaj
senators had tile courage to stand to
gether against that spirit of socialism
populism an l paternalism fiat was
running . riot all over the country.
Equally earnest prPlQStt against tne
resolution were male by senators
Dolpb, Oregon, tnd (hey, Delaware
Mr. Allen's resolution went to th
calendar, from WblobthtTt is BOOhaBM
of it ever being taken.
The tariff bill waa then taken up,
after the iolnpto.ii ol an order for daily
meetings of in- setute at 11 a m Mi l
Mr. lliggins delivered a long speech on
tne Hawaiian question, wnicii was fol
lowed by an boar's talk by Mr. Dolpb
on the general tnbjsot of the tariff bill,
I ne ij iestum of tae pending amend
ment as to vv hi n th ' blil MOUld go iii lo
affetl was not touched at all. At 8 18
thutMata adjourned until II a. m to
CORINNI AT THE FHOTHINGHIM.
Handrick Hiidien Proved to Be an En
tertalnina Burlatuie Opra BaurTa.
"Hendrlok Hudson, or the Diaoovary
of t'alumblie,'' a turleMpie opera
bOOffSi was given at the Ki.ithingtiam
laat evening by tho Kimball Open
company and orinne.
It is several seasons since Cortant
was last seen in tnia city, aud In the
interval her voice lias not improved,
although her dancing has
She was tUTTOOnded last evening by
a large and carefully selected company,
several member! Of which easily out
shone the star as a Vocalist. The piece
was ;prodnce I in an slab rate manner,
the cistiiines, stsre eetting, scenery,
etc., being excellent, The chorus wn
large, wall drilled, and sang in an ex
cellent manner. Than were ssv ml
pretty marches gifts,
Cotinne waa assisted by the follow
ing capable people William Simma,
Addie Cora Rted, Oladys Vivian, Harry
Dietz. Lulu Nichols, Charles Allison,
Panny Decuata, Charles Kirke. Thomat
J. Gradv, Genrgie Buoh, The tbnr
lesijm, has to do with ths ndv-ntur RS
of a dashing youth, llemliick H i sou
Corinns), Who discovers the Hudson
river, Columbus aud, Incidentally, a
number of pretty girls with whom he
falls in love. Tbe music is light and
catchy and there are a number of pretty
vocal niinibsrs. As produced bv t'or
inne and her associates last night it
proved very enjoyable.
Prominent Enirllsh Cyclists Greet Hlra
Upon Mia Arrival at Southampton.
London, April 86, a deputation of
the leading Knglisli cyclists went to
Southampton yettorday to weloomt a.
A. Zimmerman, tho American, who
was a passenger on the American Line
steamer New York, which arrived at
Southampton lat evening, Ho left al
most dtrtotly for Paris.
Zimuiermau la to ride in sixteen
races In Prance, Germany mid Italy,
and will receive IO,000 npon his ni
rival in Paris. Liberal purees will be
given In every event in which lie takes
part. His agreement provides (bat he
shall receive a percentage of the gate
Alter hia races on the continent he
will maku a tour of (treat LSritaiti.
SACRED CONCERT AT TRINITY.
A Pltaslna Programme Finely Carried
Out Laat Evening.
The sncred concert held i l Trinity
Lutheran church last evening was a
successful affair in every respeot.
There was a good sized andisuus of
inu-ic lovers, who v.-ero highly pleased
at tha exenllency of the programme
The rendition of the cliorni, Cnntate
Damino, by tha choir proved a happy
introduction to an evening of refined
Thoso who participated in Otrrying
ont the programme were Charles
Koemple, Mia Clara Sand'-re, lira. 0.
W. Ws tiger, Ed L Hsas, David
Richards, Miss Cora Rowley, Miss
Thomas, Thomtt Watkins, P. J. Sny
der, Mrs. Mary d. boatou- W-illiame,
MJss Clara Long, Miss Martha Davis,
Llda Grafagtr, l M. Daviee, Misses
Maggie and Annie Mnrirau an-l John
T. Watkins. Mrs MaUit Moses-Tliomae
was pianist aud I',. It. Protboroe musi
WRECKED BY AN ICEBERG.
The Fidiooner Storm Kire Thrown on
the K'.cka on an Alutkan Shore.
POST TOWNBBMD, April 20 Advises
from Alaska statu that the fishing
schooner Storm King waa driven
athort at Bartlttt Bay, Alaska, by su
iinue-nae iceberg and la a total wreck.
'ihe schooner was lying quietly at
anchor when tho iceberg collided with
her in a awift current, throwing her
againet the rocks on i'lore. The crew
ENGLISHMEN AFTER IT.
The Nicaragua Canal Concession Is
Said to Have Only a Few Months
More to Run,
KbwOKMUBB, April 20 Ths re
port published regarding the sale of j
Nicaraguatesnal machinery at Grey
town has Uien denied, but it is a fact '
nevertheless. In the city 01 Greytowu
there waa a man located by th- naiuj
by Walker, wbo operated Hi Nicar
agnan Canal Constrtictlona Trading
company. Thia man became indented
to a firm of Spaniards known as K. L
D Bonsa Brothers for the sum of
sjN.Oo i Waik-r left the country, and
the rede for th money came duo and
went to protest.
The linn wanted its money, arid !-j;d
in Qrtytown and tec ived a judgment.
Then the governor of QreytOWn or
dered the sale, and contrary to tbe
orders and objectioneof Coosnl Braids.
ths dredge boats, mtcbiuery, houiei,
tnd tu like, wuich are owned by th
Nicaragua Mariii.-ne company, which !
company was digging tbt canal, wrt
sold for f 1. Minister llaker was i
summoned and visited Gieyiown fp m
Managua and addel bis protest. The
governor would uot listen to the Am-ri-can
side of the elury, and ma It the de
cision absolute. Tnere was but oue
remedy, aad this Minister Ltak r pro-
ce !ed lo attempt. II- visited JIana-
una and rece.ved a d"re from Presi- !
dent ' laya, by Whtob it was made j
pos!blu to tak- an appeal to the tu
prenie court of Nicaragua.
It is claim -d bv many that ths con
OSSsloo of the Nicaragua Causl com
pany lias bnt a few m iutht to ruu, arid
on tbt expire tloo it will be told at pub 1
lie auction to tut tighesti bidder. It
.- also s- ,:. '. f. ,t I ;,i-.. :.. r-g..rd
to the sale or tbe machinery and dredge
Invite will b- held back until th time
when tbt concession expires so that
the puichaeere can buy the entire
plant. The rumor goes further aud
claims that thrn are certain Dagliali
niHii in Nicaragn who ar ouly wait
ing to purchase the concession in the
interest of a large Bngliah syndicate.
Ht WEODEO THE OTHER GIRL
His Former 8weth-it Puss to Racnver
I.vm vstiii. Pa, April 20. The ups
and downs of courtship have brought
Miss Laura Tingling nn l A. S BeaOy,
vh 1 MM wer. lovera. into the atern ir
court where j mice is dealt out
Miss Ylngllng savs BMtty had
piomiaed to bo her husband, aud the
gave nun gl 10 with which to start in
tmsiness. tp. married another girl,
and now his format sweetheart sn St
not oniy lo recover tln $!iM but hIso
damagea for injured atf.clioas,
A Ff MriE JUROR.
An Illinois TMBg Woman Drawn on a
Panel Through an Overalsht.
ROCKFOBO. HI., April 20 A woman
has httn placed In the hat ot petit
jurors for the pres-nt term ol e-.uirt,
Miss Abe- Bobmautt, a promlMttt
voting ladv, leanng the unique honor.
Har name ippeart on the jury list as
A I BthmaUM, that being the tiniue she
is familiarly known by.
Miss BohmattM is a taxpayer and
a legal resident of the ward, can vote
at school elections and is intelligent
and qualified. Bar name was drawn
through mi oversight.
CONOENStD STATE NEWS.
All the illegal car rioers caught at Read
log aa lliey are on the way to .nam 'oxcy's
Joseph P. Weaver, n former waller at
the Plttlbura Club, IS charged with forging
a chock for 11,004.
Pension cerl ideates have Wen granted to
the follow lug persons: Increase, tleorge
Bvereon, UopBoitem, Misqophauua.
About ID 1 Ilalians lauded nt Joanna yes
teruay, ready Ui begin work on the new
railroad, to tfto great di-gust of local
Governor Pattison will shortly uame
delegates from Pennsylvania to the Pur
mors' congress, that will meet nt Parkcrs
bnrg, Vs., Oct. 3.,
The separating building of the Lehigh
Zinc Works Wat damaged by lire last night
to the extent of 110,000, Tho loss is cov
ered by insurance.
GRIM KEAPhk'ii HiRVEST.
Qsnsra It. s. Q ranger, United States
Army, retired, at Washington, 1). C, ageu
At Berlin! Baron Huns Von (Tnrnna
BOmtt aged 88, one of Hip founders of the
Preo t'onsei vative party.
Luther If, Pine, a vvnlely known news
paper man and city clerk of liaston, Pa.,
expired suddenly 111 lieading.
1 WaSHINOTOK, April 2fi. Forr-
QfH crrxf for Friday: lor Eastern
I Peantyleaafa, ftUt, soutasrio
mi ads, For Wttttrn I'ennxul
runtn. .fnir, soufheosfcri!, winds:
wanner in northern portion
Colorcl Silk rinbrr-llas witl
Dresden Knob ITanillos to match
are among the leading styles for
Ladies' use. "We show an attratj
livu variety in HI no, BrOWlfcj
fJreen, Qarnet, Black anl Change
Prevailing prioes for one weefc
50c. Umbrella, 26-iDclT,
$1.39 Gloria SilU6-iacii,Si.0l
$2.25 Bristol Sflk,26MSl.W
$3 Windsor Silk, 26-incb. $2,65
we have all the latent (l(i(rns and
newest materials, v.'ecali attea
tiou to our WHITE MODE aft
12.00, also WHITE SIT RAH
With White llaadle and Frama
510 and 512 Lackawanna At?,
IHE 60TTI FEOU P0BSE8 OTtOS
Maltese C ro 33
RUBBER BELTING AND HOS&
niA A, BCHDEREH CO'3
And Oak-taoiMd Leather Belting,
K. A. Kingsbury
5(3 Sprnre St., SatltM, ft
1 i u 'r r oar- ai..f. ?. fl?fa
an. i aa iBOKt, aad s i eatheaiaaBjc aro they.
over Hu ir parobaeee that one sals ia sure to
1 e the in -.ins of makliw stiolhsr.
LEWIS, RE ILLY t DAV1ES
114 Wyoming: Avo.
WAIT UNTIL I get in my
now quarters at 408'
SPRUCE STREET, and you
can get bargains in
that have never been offered
Lewis, Eeilly S Bavies