The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, April 28, 1894, Image 1
r A Love for Art re Sca? Sitas Of these magnificent art works may now bo soon at The Tribune business ollice. Will bo created In the dull -est soul at sight of thoso beautiful Multich routes ft1 EIGHT PAGES--56 COLUMNS. SCRANTON. PA.. SATURDAY MORNING. AL'RIL 28. 1894. TWO CENTS A COTY. CULTIVATE I LOVE FOR T TAKING THESE IILTIIBII PE OEAfTFl HOME OF COXEYITES Movements of tlie Unwashed Aimy at Various Points. FATE OF MONTANA PRISONERS Uneasiness Felt at Tacoma Lucy Parsons Renders Songs of An archy for the Benefit of Chicago Followers A Large Force of Dep uty Marshals Guarding the North ern Pacific in Washington State. Portland's Contingent Seizes a Union Pacific Station Regulars from Vancover Ordered Out. Tai rM , Va?I)., April 87. uneasiness from tbt (.oxey iiriuy is DOW teared nun hi ibj time ilnoi the movement wi's inaugurated. The federal tuort bu instructed Marshal Drake to f il l v protect all property Of the Nor thern Pacific He ban sworu in loO deputies, sending thetn to various point slong the line. Soiuo fear the army will endeavor to seize another train, threats to that effect having been und. She Seattle army, !00 strong, is marching to Meeker junction on the main line, nar Tacoma, and the Taco ma contingent will join thorn there Saturday, Marshal Drake's report says r xevi:t'B wiil I)-.' couceutratel at ileeker Saturday. A RAILROAD STATION SE1ZKD. Portland, Or., April 27 Tba little town of Troutdalc patted an anxious night. Abonl Bo'oloek Portland' con tingent of the Industrial array went into camp there, and in tlx nor " ing took possession of the Union Pacific station, onsting the operator and agent. Attorneys for the receiver bad Judge liellinger. of the L'nited Statei ennrt issue a restraining order, bnt when Marshal lirady arrived the operator had been reinstate I, and the leaders of the anuy could not be. found Yester day afternoon tbe station was attain tak-n possession of by the amv. There is much apprehension, as 800 of the army are known to be armed with revolvers The Union Mest company has or dered tile army supplied with all the niats needed, but is apprehensive of an attack upon its proprtv. Marshal (trady is anxious for the United States tr- pa, but "toveenrir Penuover savs he Will wait until tbe state ban exhausted its authority. PoRTl.ANU.Or., April -.'7 The troops it Vancouver barracks received orlers last night to proceed to Puvallnp. on the line of the Norttwrn Pacific roJ Th officials of the rosd expect the In dnstrial army of the uortiiwest, under command of Sbepard, to carry out ita threat to seize it train at that place. TBI Montana nUIORtMk Helena. Mont , April '.'7. Tbe Mon tana commune of tbe CoXCJ army to tbe number of 880 is now In the hands of the United States troops. Northern Pacific attorneys hare been in consult ation with Judge Knowleu all day, and in telegraphic comoinnication with the general counsel of the road in New Hoik The opinion hTe was against winning tba men to Botte, but New York counsel insisted, and all the men will be brought bark and taken Iwfore Judge Knowles, of the United States court in Helena, for contempt in tak ing property from the possession of the receivrs. who ure others of the court. The militia will be dismissed, as the government has the matter in charge. LCCY IIARAN'Ut KS I 'oMMONVVKAl.KKS. CSICAOO, Atril 87. The shadow of nnsrchy and the lUyrnark d tragedy came over the Commoowttlen last night at t tie barracks when Lucy Par aoiis, widow of the executed anarchist, Sang her incendiary long of anarchy to tbe 1,000 followers of Coxey in this citv and made one of bur most rabid barangnss. She was given astern ro bnke by (,'ommander Kanclall, of the army, who did not intend at the start that Mrs Parsons should have spoken. 'Ihe recruits were almost silent when the female anarchist, expected sheers II" told bis men that any who indorsed the sentiments of Mrs. Parsons should leave the ranks. None did. Colorado's hows kkskhvks. DlR V Kit, Col., April 27. The Home reserves of Coxey' army issti-td resolu tions yesterday deprecating the mil iw fnl seizure of the train by the Mon tana contingent of the nrmy. ami nrg iug all moving bodies to use only law ful measures iu carrying out the pur posei of the army. Tacked to the reso lution was a bit of party argument showing that this reserve movement Is guided by Populists. The reserve udopted resolutions in favor of the removal of the National capital to some western point. Drills occurred daily, and an evening meeting is announced for tonight. Other towns in the state are forming reserve compa nies. Commander-in-Chief and State Boiler Inspector Hegwar, has asked the Home Reserves to contribute supplies and food to be sent to the Commonweal army in Washington for their suste nance while petitioning congress He thinks bu oan easily get a oar load. DtTOTD to skizk a train. Orchard, Col., April 27. Ocnernl Grayson's army came into town yester day evening with flags flying. It is the intention of tbo army to seize a Gulf Hoad freight train. The Industrials were not Tery cordially recoived, and no preparations bad been mad by the people for their entertainment. A NEGRO EDITOR'S SUICIDE. E Preferred Death by Pistol to Death by Paralysis. Washington, April 27. C. E. Yar boro, colored, a clerk in i he Geological Survey office, and fotrnorly editor and proprietor of the Southern Appeal, published at Atlanta, Ga., committed snicide yesterday afternoon by shoot ing himself through the head. About a month ago Yarboro suffered a stroke of paralysis, and although h recovered completely, has been very despondent. He expected that paral ysis would end bis existence almost any day, and told several friends that he would anticipate such a death. Yar boro had been in Washington a year, and when he eame hers the publication of the paper was suspended. HAS FAITH IN PRAVER. Worked on the Kansas Grasshopper and Why Not mi the HobsesP ToPIKA, April 27 A woman writ ing front Bevier, Mo., called upon (Governor Lewelling to appoint April 80 as a day of fasting and prayer iu Kansas, for the purpose of interceding with Divine Providence to remove the industrial troubles which bang over tbe country, She remembers when the governors of Kansas and Missouri appointed such a day for the expulsion of grasshoppers and it was so effective that she is sure that present evils may be overcome In the same way. A LYNCHING BEE Two Thousand li w i Farmers Huvn a Trsnip lit Bv Tama, Is., April 27 Over 8,000 men, mostly fanners, have surrounded a four-mile strip of timber, where hides a tramp, who yesterday afternoon as saulted Miss I . Pootb on the pub lic highway, two miles east of the city. Tbe man will undoubtedly be lynched. LGUISANA LYNCHINGS. Eight Negroes Summarily Dispatched by Infuriated Mobs During the Past Week. NtTW ORLIANn, Ap;il 27 Nine men have met violent deaths in Madison psmh in the last week and eight of thus have beeu lynched by infuriated citizens. The l ist four were hanged lost night, the news just reaching this city. Yesterday the lloyce assassins were bunted down by bloodhonnds and tinallv located in tbe buckhoru woods Sh-niT MoT land seut for voluutears to increase his DOtM and a fore of 800 IBM finally tree ! the assassins in a negro 'hin AM fugitives w-re JOII preparing to cross over to .Mississippi wnere thv Wonld have been comparatively safe The posse surrouuded the house and called for the owner to make Ins ap pearance, but he refused Trie posse then fired into the building whicu brought the negro owner to the door. He denied that ti e fugitives were in bis place, bnt the, posse made a close survey of lb premises, and finally found tbe four darkie hud lied up In th loft of a small crib in the rear of tbe cabin. Tbe four were Pomp ("Isxton. the loader of the assassins. Shell Claxton, Scott Harvsy an 1 Tory ICtOo Thv were promptly plaoed under arrest and Shentf McCIellau I detailed a parly of twelve t tak Mum to Tallnlah. win! the sherilt and tli rest of the p started out to try to capture Tom I ir;f fin, who had separate I from the other As the deputies with the four fugitives .rot near Milllken's P.oud thev were met by a nob wao made an effort to lake the prisoners from them. The guard resisted and succeeded in hoi ling on to the prisoners. The guard pressed on with the fugitives until they reached tn Shelby place, two mile from Tallulah Her they were met by a ciowd of Jo i. who over p ower-d th guard mid captured the four prisoners. The prisoners were es corted to the Cresceut place, where their tieudieh murder had been com mitted, and there strung up to the limbs of several trees. Their bodies were found tnis morning. If Griffin is caught he will also be lynched, There ar seventeen negroes in jail, all of whom will be given a reg ular trial, and most of whom, it is thought, will b convictod It has bn many year since there has laen such a wholesale lynching in the south as that in Madison parish, iu which eight men have been hanged. LISBON'S SANITATION. Meaeures to Inoieese It Healthfiilnes Kuet Be Taken. London, April 27.- A dispatch to the 'limes Iron LiatNiu decluresth.it although typhoid fever is prevalent there, and the city is unhealthy, there is no cause for alarm. It is added that the government will be rompoll-d to adopt sanitary measures that will make Lisbon healthier than it ever was before. Luring th twnty-fonr hours, indtd this evening, there wero eighty-seven fresh cases of th prevalent mild form of cbolern disease reported in Lisbon The total nambct of cases thus far is 110. One hundred and twentv-twn person have beeu cured, ('tie patient died today. HEARD THROUGH THE STATE. Senator Qui is reported to be very ill at his house at Heaver. Ill health canned Mrs. Anno Lougnecker, of Mnytown, Lancaster county, to hang herself. Lizzie Slegle was fouud unconscious in Lancaster from Inhaling illuminating gas and she will die. The clover worm that has devoured a good part of th" crop In southern Berks county is now devastating Chester county fields. Forty nntl-Bnwmsnite Kvangellral preachers met at Heading yesterday and discussed a piau oi healing the gleat churcu wounn. The Women's Foreign Missionary soci ety uf tuo I'rcMiytenan church. Philadel phia district, will hold their next annual convention iu Philadelphia. Three men, all budly burned on their arms and necKs, nro going the rounds in Lebanon county, and it is thought they are thieves who were hurt trying to blow open a Kite with dynamite. French Creek forge, Phoenixville, em ploying 100 bands, will resume next week after a six months IdleneuB, Tbo Spriug City glass works will resumo operations on Monday with sixty men, after Having been Idle all winter. By an explosion of gas in Hazle Tines colliery, liazletou, this morning, Joseph Brongeuberg was so badly burned that he died shortly after being taken to the hos pital. At Lattiiner colliery, Salvador Jieilze, h slate picker, ; II between the rollers and was grouud to death. ECHOES FROM THE STRIKE President McBride's Estimate ot the Number v ot Men Out. GENERAL COAL FAMINE ASSURED One Hundred and Fifty-five Thousand Miners Out -West Virginia Joins the Idlers- Indiana Block Coal Men Refuse n Proposition to Work Until the Present Trouble Is Settled. New York Already Feels the Effects of Suspension News from Other Points. Col. t miiis, t). April 27. n TELEGRAM received by Prat' Ml McBtidt from Thomas Farry. an .'' organiz e in West Virginia state UU that th Loop creek district miners have gone nut and tbe .New river miners will go out tonight Thi will raise tbe whole number of miners out to IBS.bdO and leaving only :iO,Ut)0 miners working iu the produc tion of the bituminous coal Tbe roil produced by ibess is so imill In com parison with the whole product that it will not effect the strike. There will l a general coal famine in lens than three week BRAZIL, lud., April 27. The bloek coul miners' committee mtt th opera tor today and blandly refused to ac cept their proposition to pay t7 cents per to:i until the links in general was settled. Most of the miner are out The men claim that those who want to continue work until May 1 are not pro blbltad doing so. i'li' bituminous miners ar' ail out an 1 threaten vio lence pi men who continue to work Nkw Toil, April 87. There i a scarcity of bituminous coal in the city caused tiy tbe recent !rikes, which have MOtcd the output from tbt mines to dwindle to almost uotuing. ol dealers say they anticipate a condition of stTsir that will com near being a coal famine TOLtOO, ., April 27 A thirtv-three and a third per cent cut was made yeterday in the WkgM of tne I S 10 em ploye of the Wheeling ant L He K.rie railway. This action is OAUtad by the present big strike among th coal miners. BBiDTXa, Pa. April 27. It wne learned here this afternoon that if toe furnaces in this valley do not get a supply of coke witbln the ntXI week or ten day they will have to bank tbeir tacks 'lh Kobesnnta fnrnae-, which has a capacity of 880 tuna of lessriiier weekly, ha a ten days' ssupplv i Utters have las and no coke is being re ceived It is also likely that the Rttd ing companv, wir.cn recently die a nnmbtt of the BN boxrc of its lorn motives so ss to burn soft coal, will sgsln use anthracite. - SMALLPOX IN CHICAGO. School Closed no Account of the Disease. A Peethntiet gtfltCtd. Chicago, Apni 27. The Ktrtbnw chool, at Wluter and Si xty-foiirth street, has been ordered close I on ae count of smallpox I be Longne.l school on Throop street. nar .Nine teenth, is also reported clothed for the same reason A building at No 'js Law nvenue has lxen secured for a temporary mallpox hospital It will be placed in charge of th Visiting Nurses' association. Small pox has become epidemic in the district DttWttn Ashland tTtnttt and llalstead street, south of Forte seventh street - -CITIZtN TRAIN IN JAIL Th Craokv Follower of Cixy Neglected to O.t Out a Ltcne. WaMUXQTOII, April 27 Gcorgt Franci Train is under rpt. The philosopher wanted to languish in a dungeon, hut th unavmpathetic police carried Mr. Train to tbe police court for immediate trial. TltiD arrivel In Washington yesfer lav. attracted by the not r.tv ur- ronuding the Ooxtf movement. Lat night he delivered a lecture, but did not lerure a license. sud to lar th" p lie swooped down upon him for viola tion of the license ordinance. -- ARMS (OR WASHINGTON. Carbine and It fl. Bhipped from tbs Sprli ar tt -' d Arsenal. BPtTKOnfllLD, Mass , April 27 Major Hexford, of the United State armory, has shipped to the chief of ordnance tt Washington sixty-live carbines mid Ion rill 'S, ' caliber. The arms were sent by express snd fast freights and have Already been received in Washington Major Keiford says he has 860,000 rifles and a suppiv of earhit.es which can be shipped on short notice. The njtJOl supposes that the arms are in tended to protect tbe treasury at Washington from an attack by Coxcy ites. MUST KEEP OFF THE GRASS. Coxey' Arrav Will Not Re All wad tt Invsde th Capitol. WAIHIHOTOII, April 27. In reference to tbe question of allowing Ooxtr't army to parade in Washington, Chief of Police Moore said today: "Of course, if the Coxey army wants to mnrch down Pennsylvania avenue as an organization it cannot bo pre vented, if th men act in an orderly manner. They cimnot, however, march into the capitol ground." ENSLAVED BY LADY REED. A Wealthy Beading Brewer the Vlotlro of Mature Fascinations. Reading, Pa., April 27. Mrs. Marin Laner, wife of George F. Latter, the well known brewer, nan brought An action in trespass against Rebecca Potteiger. of this city, to recover dam ages for the alienation of the Aitections of her husband. Tbo suit has been en tered by Mrs. Lauer's counsel, but no declaration of tbe particulars of the plaintiff's case has yet been filed. Miss Pottieger married abroad some years ago bnt bar bnsband died while travelling in this country and she as sumed her maiden name. Th name of Mill l'ottioger'a husband win Sir Hen ry Heed, an English baroue t, and sho inherited a largo fortune. Mr. Lntier only recently completed a palatial residence hers costing in the neighborhood of $100,000. the decora tions of which are on an elaborate scale. Mr. and Mrs. L iner have baen mar -ried ten years but have no children. Miss Pottieger, otherwise ealiel by friends "Lsdy fiend" in girlhood, was a woman of won lerful beauty, and is still of attractive appearance. She is abont 40 years of age. PUTTING UP THE STUFF. Cash Fund for the Jscliann-Corbitt Mill Is Swelling Chicago, stakeholder match, has April 27. Will J. D.vis. of the .Iickson-Cortiett received $8,000 from Jack son. Corbtt' money was poitel bsfor he went tn Europe BmI man has now put np $7,000 of the $10,000 side bst HENRY, THE ANARCHIST. Arraigned for Trial in Paris Today, Jauntily Dressed and Self Possessed. pAXIl, April 27 The trial of Btnilt Henry, the Anarchist who, on Feb 12 threw a bomb into the csf beneath the Hotel Terminus, began today in the At! I court of the department of the Seine. The outside of th palace of justice and the corridors of the building were crowded with police. The prosucuiiou will call nineteen witnesses, but the nnmbtt retained by the dsfenso is not known Miutre Bornbostle, Henry's defender, bss been endeavoring to obtain a three days' release from the prison of Clnir vaux of Henry' brother, whom he in tends to rail a a witness to prove Henry's Insanity, the ' line of dofouie which he will adopt. Henry himself is absolutely nppoaod to this pita, and consequently against ht OOnnttri advice and Ins III Itbtr'l eo treatise, ha pre pa rod a long deft net of his act, which he will read to th court Hrary'i tttltn i in pris m was com posed. He ei j ye. hi inesls, lept well and ehattet with his kttptrt s if his day were not counted, and if any tning, showed annoyance at tbe thought that the mttttt ltd dragged So long. When Jttdgt I'otier took his seat Benry wet escorted Into the dock by five soldiers. II- was dfttta I in a black suit of clothes, which be had reipltel bU mother t" pi ur f-r htai, nd wore t abort beard Keplylng to a question from the judge, Henrr Sil l tint he select- I the Cafe leriniiris in winch t . ejploje fie bomb bcusa it tntl rlftlntd more bourgeois then the other cafes, whieh he had fonnd ti tnpiratively eniplv. Several of the witnesses rlld were still inlTtrlng from the wounds in flicted upon there at the time of the ; hsiaii. a nr. tuber of them bing verv lause a they ittpptd forward in court - TOM REED AT HIISBURG. Th K-pakr Ottt of HoOtf at the Americue C ub Bar. 14 let PmtlURG, April 27. Kx Speaker Tbomtj H Ueej, aooompwted by Hp. resentstives W. A. Slum-, L P., Wan ger, J It. Itnl Inson and ex INpreeenW- tive'l. M. Burn, of Ptnniylrtnl,wtt guest of honor at the annua! ban ; .si at the Amertcus club tonlgbi I he party was under the , sre of ex- Pottmatttr UnKtnn. of Pittsburg, a prominent member Of th club. At itc eighth snnotl dinner the AmcHcni K -i utiliran club relebrat-d tbe ttTtnty ttOOOtl anniverssry of th birth of (i'neral D B, Grant, Tiie principal speech of the trtttng was made by 1 x-r-pesker Bttl THE KING BILLIAROISTS. Iv. Schasfer, Vlgaaua ar.d Carter to Cro ruse In Chlcaa 1. ('ill' Ann, April 17. Tbt mot! sen sational event recorded tn the billiard world at Paris this season Is a cushion eatoin contest between . 1 ves and Scllae- fer 011 on side, and ignaux and Cir ter on th other. The match will be played during the Uul week In May or MM first week in June. Article have been signed by all the principal. SEVEN BANDITS DESPATCHED Fiv of Them Shot In a Fight and the O'her two Hargtd Hknnkssey. O. T , April 27 Vigil ance committees which have been trailing an organized band of horse thieves nearly all this week surrounded the bandits within a few miles of the Texas line.) The band consisted of seven men, and in the fight which followed five of the thieves were killed outright and the re maining two captured and bunged e GRIM REAPEH'S HARVEST. Brigadier Oenernl Hubert Moore, of the Massachusetts militia, at Boston, .Major II. M. Ilelvelo, who csnie to this country In IHts with Carl Scimrz and HM1 Sigel, at Lexington, Ky., aged 7.1. At l'reeport, I'a,. Hon. James M. Mc Cullotlgh, nged 70 years. He wns the oldest attorney at the Armstrong county bar. lie WHS a member of the legislature ISrti-S. Captain Thomas Townaend, h2 years old, Of South Senville, N. J, Deceased was a llnenl descendant of John Towiiaenil, who settled In Cane May couuty over UUO years ago. ' TELEGRAPHIC SPARKS. By the will of Mrs. Snrah Parker, of BoHtou. HndclilTe college, the annex to Harvard, gets 150,00U. Carrying 115,000 bushels of wheat, which breaks the record, th steamer S. S, Curry left Superior for lluiraio. Because it enn make no profit.tha Stand ard Fire insurance company, ot iSew lork seeks voluntary dissolutiou. The New York senate has re jected Gov ernor Flower's reuoiniuation of Ur. Jenk ins to be health ofticor of New York city. Will C Green, living at Adams. N. Y. crushed tbeskull of the woman with whom he lived as bis wife and then cut his own throat. L 1 LITTLE JOKE Thinks the Weight cf Uncertainty Should Be Lifted from the Country. CONGRESS SHOULD TAKE ACTION The Senator from Kentucky Desires a Final Vote on the Tariff Bill to Relievo the Democratic P.irty from Shame and Satisfy the Country at Large- "I he House Resolves Awny $10,000 to Increase the Library Force Pension Bills Reported. Wafiiiv.iiiN, April '.'7. THlRTLY after the senate was V called to order the tarilT bill was n taken up and Mr. Dolpb took vi' the Hour to continue his speech. bnt offered to yield to the sent tor from Kentucky, Mr. Lindsay, Who desired to address the senate. lie was Allowed to do so, bnt with the undemanding that he would have no right to resume the floor at the conclusion of Mr Liti l say's speech. Mr. Lindsay then ad dressed the senate in advocacy of the bill. He opened with a declaration that it was Infinitely preferable to have tbt pending bill passed, with or without amendments, than to have the txisting tarilf law contii ued iu force. It was therefore the duly of DtmoCTAtid sena tors to pris the pen ling bill to a final Vote, and to remove the uncertainty which now weighed so bttfily upon the bueinees interests of the country. If congress took no decided step on the line of th' Iiemocratir .loetrin of the ttrlff subject, it would not only fall to Mtllfy tbt country, but would bring th l)r inocrati party to sham-. After a Spirited dcbtU In which Sn atoi Harris, llawlev, Al 'rich, Telier and others participated, the senate ad journed. I I NSP 'N Ml I IX Sl.TTI.IU rjudei an agreement reached by unanimous consent, the house today ditpi led of all the privet pension and relief Mill twenty-five iu number reported by the COmmitttt of th whnU from 1 rid iy night's seieiocs so fsr tins Session. I lie senate resolution ws sgreelto spproprtsling $10,000 for the employ ment of additional clerical f rce 111 th .tbrary msd n-eessarv by th oprs ti in 01 the coprrlght law. Nearly all the rest of the day we sjtent upon th pnvat ttitndtl Ont till Wns rdered to ls r-p irled to the home with a recommendation that it be reoommltttd to tbt tommltttt on wsr elttmt, when tbe committee- rose and the houst rettUDOd it ttttlon ; tli recommendttlon wa tgrted to 108 to 60. At j i clock the bona t.v.k rtOttl nntil H o'clock, th evening session, which wss devoted tn private ptntlOO md relief bids. ROPE AROUND A THIEF'S NECK. Tbe Crowd, After Catching Him, Nearly Hcsred Him It Dsath IlliisTiil., April 27 A crowd of men caught a burglar today at KichlaQil. niter giving bun a long and hard obnat, and nearly frightened him to death by threatening to lynch mm lb fellow bud just bn llterated from itll, and lst mght, it is said, k tried t steal a gold witch and pVhi from Peter Lewis. He was discover I slid jumped from a second-story win dow An alarm was sound '1, and a onwd soon collected for the c.iasj. Several men were mounted on horss. They drove the thief across field and aloug roads, and at last caught btm iu John Wetrliack s wagon abed A rope was procured, and a noose was hastily tied In on end, and it was slipped around his ueck The man was badly scare 1. and was taken before a justice, who sent him to jail. BIRTH OF GrNrRAL GRANT Celebrated hv ttie Unlen League Club, of Phllade'phla PttlLDtLPHIA, Atiril 87 Tht anni veisary of the birth of Qtntrtl Grant was celebrated this evening at fie uioti league in a msauer worthy of the occasion Among those present wro l'nited Stilt '. Senators ( harle V Manders u, f Nebrasks, and Jottpb R li iwley.of Connecticut; ex-1 nited States Senator Bdmttndti of Vermont, QoTtrttot Pat- tisoii, brinertl Ltanitl a Sickles, of New York. Engineering ObltfQeorgt W. Mellville, I'uitel Statei navy; Tbntnas Nsst, the arlist, Mayor BtHWt, of Pblltdtlphin, and about 2Hi) other promineat geBtlemeii of this city. - T It L PUMPS WF RE CHAINED. It Was a Thlraty Dsv for Coxey 'a Anny at Hyattetown. QARBBRtBTJKO, Md., April 27. -The Coxey army made th march from Hy- nttstoiTii to C lurkeburg this morning In two hours A ibort stop wui mtde there for rest. Iu Clarksburg th commonweal could noi oven get a drink, the pumps hav ing beeu ohained, so the men were forced to depend on the more hospita ble farm houses along tbe way where iu somo cases buckets ot water were brought to the roadside by the house holders. FIRST PASSENGER TRAFFIC. A Train on the Northern Leavsa St. Paul Prepared for Wreck. MlNNKAI'tiLls. Minn., April 27. The first passouger train for the coast loft St. Paul at 30 this morning. The train consisted of two passenger coaches, one dining cur, one baggage car and one sleeper. At the St. Paul shops the coupling was aoaled with the United States seal. On board were forty -one pnssngere. There wns only one marshal on board, but it is given ont that tbe train would be met at its tloni by deputies. Tbe baggage ear whs loaded with spikes, ties, sledges, etc., in readiness tor u wreck. It left Minneapolis at ! 15, n big crowd b ivmg gntbered to see the train olf. In spite of the calm de meanor of the railroad men it was evi dent that they were under a heavy strain And nil were ' in ivily armed. At 8.4S m. tl ' 'i reached ( isseo all right. The of) expect trouble west or Minot. iind sparing for it. TWO NEGROES HANGED. Thy Paid the Penalty cf the Virginia Laws for Attacking Women. Manassas, Va., April 27. Jim Rob inson And lienj iiiiin Wnite, negroes, were hanged In the jailyiird here at 7. 80 this morning, for assault on two white women In Prince William county last January. The assaults were committed upon Mrs. Elitabetb Hefllin, a widow, 45 years old, and her sister in-law, Mrs ElltOt, a young woman of 20, The two women lived together nbout two miles south of Manassas, and were awakened at midnight by a pounding on their door. When the women opened the door the men forcibly entered the house. A week later the men were captnred and jailed tireat fear o! lynching was entertained, snd the prisoners were taken to Alexandria Thty were both about 80 years old, ami one, White, wns as bright as most whit men Their trial and conviction consumed but nn day, the women whom they bud attacked testifying against there. AS REVIEWED BY DDI 4 CO. The Financial Situation Shows Slight Improvement Notwithstanding; Disastrous Strikes. NswYouc, April 27. & o. Dun A Co.'s weekly review of trade tomorrow will say: When accounts of great strikes and latx.r disturbanees crowd ill news- paptrt, tt is i ll to look for mtwh Im- proveiuent In business. The MtUAlBOM coal mtnerequll w..rk last situmay in I irger numbers than was expected and the C lit worker at onot renewed the struggle recently Bntucctttful, while ..rest b "lie of men. etotdOC the thousand who WON on ctrikec in building trade, m silk, woolen snd notion mills, in Alabama iron works and on western railroads are refusing to work, there are other th, u.sndl marching to Washington who claim that they seek work in vsin and that the government must give relief. That trery week ot liienes for 10 many mn must apprerubly lessu the aggregate power to pnrcbace products of lalair iident, but in spit of all some ImprOTexU ml till appear T.ie iron and stl works in th oituminou region may be seriously interrupted, if th (truggi is much prolonged, but tb itnmeaiiate effect i to give belter look to priott of tht prodncU in the re giou while eastern works feel a MOtt w hat larger demand Tbt volume of foreign trade doec not materially alter exports, hence for tbe month being 10 per cent, larger than last year, while imports at N-w York hav bs-n II 7 pr MM "tnaiier. Tbe decline iu customs rtotiptt, indicatunr the decrease in dutible imports is 45 ji-r cent. Tbt derras in liabilities of firms failing still continues and th aggre gate rep.rted for the third week in April waa only 18.788,488. The fail ure have been Iqaally divided as to sections. Tbtlt w. r- 1- m ihe United states against 8lfl last year, tot the first time in many mouths showing a dreas, and 111 CtBtdt 88 against 88 last year. Tbe list inciules nous of great importance COLONEL CALVIN DESERTS. His Bobttt Aie Ordered Out of Wash- lnten Couit House Washikot n Cotrm Boon, O, April 87 Colonel italvm and his four cap talus dcttrttd their Industrial army of 2m) here yesterday afternoou, disavow, ing all responsibility for th action of that body Th mayor of this city ordered the army out, and the m -n were camped laet night two miles tttt of here, wait ing for the I a. m Btltlmort and Ohio freight, which they propose to hold up and capture The railroad Company is taking pre caution to prevent this About twenty dtteettVtt and railroad offlcttll are watching the "army " S m DEPOSITORS ALL RIGHT. The Harlem Klvar Bank Will lay la Full New xork, April 87. Bank Exam iner Jodtoo said today that all deposit ors ot ihe Bnrltffl Hiver bank would be paid in full, but that there was Verv nttl shance of the stockholders getting a cent on their IQTtttmtnV The ::on -dition of the batik was such tint it would be utterly imposstub, for it to resume business There was not any ground for crim inal charges, for, while the bank had been on fortunate, III transaction were conducted in gol faith. WAFTED OVER THS SEAS. Paris police have arrested a war oftlco employe as an accomplice of ausrcliists. The lid to dtMOtablltb the el.tireh in Wales was GQOTOd m the house of commons by Home Secretary Atqnitb. Hold uicdslsof the Vieuua salon have been awurded to Alfred Parsons, of Eng land, mid Walter ti.iy, of America. A dispatch from Huenos Ay re says all the Insurgents, mending Admiral Iu Qtmt, who were detained on board the Portuguese warships, have succeeded in escaping. 4 WASHINGTON NOTES. Public Printer Pnlmtr will resume jour nalistic work at Syracuse, N. Y., us soou as h s successor qualities. Requisition! for ptniion money, lntlud ing i.ltisi.tKK) for I'nlladolphia, we're inudo yesterday by Secretary Smith. WEATHER FORECAST. Washington, April 2T.-Fore-cojf far BotHriay: For Autcrii JVnn.vjtr'itiia, grnenWii fair, but coiufifiuns are fann'abh for lociii fAunder nortnt: mtk wind, tor FrettetW ftaMMtWMfai Joir, AUOWM tll local tAttWder storms (iurina mi aflcrnooa and n'(At, wtedi tUijting to soutlmast; tovkr in northern portion. FINLEY'S MUSLIN UNDERWEAR Excellence Well Known Designs Exclusively Our In utMition to our regular linofi wb are continually adding "Tbo Besl New Things " Pot one wecl wo wilt offer "TIIK PH1XC3SB3 GOWN" at 980.' also, throe ape- i:tl numbers in CAMBBIQ CORe BET COVERS at 15, 2:1 and cents each. Ladles' Lawn Drcint; Siicquest ,., 1 , , , ci :-sh. . . I aml nn ol -'int lnU' of 6h,rC FILEY'S 510 and 612 Lackawanna A? 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