sured that It would bo occupied aulet- - NO
To this, the Turkish commander
that only ono bnttallon would
inter, the main army going Into camp
outside, and he again requested that
the Greek licet be withdrawn, as oth- Probabilities for (he Week In Senate
erwise he could not bo responsible for
whnt might occur."
'"slSr' PAM MONDAY.
Not wishing their four children to ac-
fishing last night on tho Enoneo river.
company them, they left them In tho
During their absence tho building
caught fire In some manner nnd the
under 10 years of age, were burned to
children, all ot whom were
OF THEHEPTASOPHS death In the Jail at Ounnabacoa,
Ho says his functions are strictly lim-
ited to the Investigation of tho condi-
tions under which Dr. Ruiz met Ills
The proceedings are not to bo In tho
nature of a legal ttlnl. They will be
Matters of Importance Discussed at ttie rather In the line ot a close Investiga-
tion, which is to be held with the con-
sent of tho Spanish government, and tho
United Stntes will bo represented by
London, May 9. A despatch to the Tucker Is a small farmer and his
All Nations but Germany Dally Mall from Volo says that as the M0RQAN CUBAN RESOLUTION TO LEAD house was near tho banks of tho liver
OF SPECIAL INTEREST
special councel also, In order to offer Ten Buildings Ablaze
TO SCRANT0N evury assurance
that tho proceedings
result of tho proclamation of ISdhem and isolated. He nnd his wife know-nothin-
Pashn, promising to protect the Inhab- of the calamity until thoy re- arc fair.
Have Promised to Use itants and to use only one battalion ns It .liny Possibly I'rovol.o Long nnd turned fiom their fishing, and then,
nlthough they found the smoking lulim A Committee on IIn7nrduous Itlsk an Early Hour This
the occupying force, on condition that WOMAN IN THE CASE.
the Greek lleet 'be withdrawn, tho Spirited Debate In Semite--Th- e of their home, the Idea, that their chil- Is Appointed with n Vlow of Pro-
Their Best Offices. Greek admiral has boon ordered to House Programme of Tlirco Dns dren had all perished did not occur to viding Insttrnnco for Mine 13m-pto-
A Sensational Arrest Will Follow the
leao forthwith. Volo has been occu- Adjournment Will Ho Suspended them.
Deputy C. (J. Death of llcnrv Ilnrrli.
pied by a Turkish force of 0,000. They supposed tho little ones hnd Spencervllle, Ohio, May 9. Henry
This Wcck--liitc- lv
Oratorical Dis-pl- ns gotten out nnd gone to tho house of a Holnnd Is I'.lectcd Chairman or the Harris was found yesterday in a ditch
neighbor, a half mllo distant. When
END OF THE WAR IS NEAR
PRONOUNCED IT BETRAYAL. Are Ihpcctrd. this proved not to have been tho case Supreme Hoard of Trustees. near Neeth Park, with two bullet THREE TOTALLY CONSUMED
search in the nshes disclosed the bones holes In his body. He refused till to-
Crown Prince Constantino's Hetrcnt of the Infants. Special to the Scranton Tribune. day to tell who shot hltn, but In an
Washington, May 9. There Is no cer- the coroner
Is Looked I'pon with Suspicion. tainty ns to the line of proceeding In Mother and father cannot account for Louisville. Ky.. Mny 8. The supremo ante mortem statement to the name of
Velcstlno, May 9. When the troops the lire. They left homo at 1 o'clock nnd his physicians, gave
the senate during the present week. conclave of the Improved Order of a
Turkish Troops Are Already hero heaid of the tetient from Pharsa-lo.- s The Morgan Cuban lesolutlon prob- and there were but n few coals in the lleptnsophs, which as been in session deress.
well-know- woman ns the mur- An Incendiary Supposed to
they pronounced It a betrayal. Cer- ably will be taken up Monday, nnd It fireplace. The youngest children were In this city since Tuesday last, on
Moving Homeward. tainly It Is unfortunate that Crown nsleep, and the eldest, a girl, was left He Is dying tonight and the uhysl-clan- s Have Been at Work.
may lead to a prolonged nnd spirited Friday Morris G. Cohen, of and coroner say they will not dis-
Prince Constantino should a second' debate. Senator Morgan Is quite de- In charge. Pittsburg, supreme archon for the en-
time bo obliged to begin a retreat. The The door was latched, not loeked, and close tho name till after Harris dies,
termined to press the resolution to suing term of two jeard. Olln Dryun, when a sensational arrest will be
Athens conospondent of the Times an Issue and Senator Hale Just as de- the children could havu escaped It they of Hiltlmoic, was elected supreme pro-
Nothing Serious Is Lxpcctcd, but the
"So great Is the change In public termined to prevent Its passage. Mr. had a moment's warning. Tho Idea cf vost over L. W. Hastings, of nrndford, made. A IJnrn, Owned by the Plynn Estate,
Hale ultlmutcl will move to refer the Incendiary would be entertained It they Pa , after a spirited contest. Samuel
Continuance of a State ol War Is sentiment that no opposition whateer lesolutlon to the committee on foieign had any known enemies. II. Tatterstal, of Baltimore, wna elect- THIRTEEN SUFFOCATED. in Which the Flumes Wcro l'lrst
Is provoked against the decision to re-
Regarded us the Host Menus ot lelatlons nnd an effort will be made ed supreme secretary; Chailes II. Ram- Seen, Ilns Keen Unoccupied.
call the army from Crete. King to enlist the friends of the administra- say, of Hoston, supreme treasurer; J.
Ilnstcningthu Lllorts of Diplumiic). George, who Is belleed to be unap- SHIP ON FIRE AT SEA. W. Cruett, of Baltimore, supreme or- Steamship Lcona, of the Maliory Line,
Heroic Hll'orts of the Firemen to
proachable on this subject, has yielded tion against It. The committees will
It If Reported Thnt Queen Olgn be tilled Monday or Tuesday, but as ganiser; Ad. Schunt, of McKeesport, Snvctho Adjoining Propcrtlos--A- t
with good grace. supreme Inspector; C. A. Oreer, of Is Completely Destroyed
Has Scut u Tclecrum to the t'nr "The Journal Akropolls publishes this will be done on the basis hereto- In Order to Save the Cargo the Ship Is
U O'clock This .Homing They Hud
fore agreed upon there will be no fric- supreme prelate; Joseph Noblltt, by Fire.
Asking the Mediation of ltussiti. some startling reflations. It sent a of Wanonah, N. J supreme w at den, tho Plumes Well Under Coutiol.
corespondent to Pharsalos to Investi- tion over tho proceeding. The confer- Beached at Long Branch-'Cre- w
Htilldltigs That Wcro Totally or
Fdhem Pasha Protects Inhabitants gate the cause of the retieat from La-rls- sa ence leport on the Indlnn appropria- pnd C. F. Worrllow, of Chester, Pa.,
tion bill mny cause some debate but in Great Danger. sentinel. New Votk, May 9. The Maliory lino Pnrtlully Destroyed.
of Volo. and ho was allowed to question
the members of the dismissed staff the probabilities a.e that tho agree- Dbtrlct Deputy C. G. Boland, of steamer Leona, w hlcli left her plot on
ment of the conferences will bo gener- Scranton, has been elected chairman Saturday bound for Galveston took tiro
Athens, Mny The correspondent ot
9 Without exception they denied that Reach Haven, N. J., Mny 9. The of the supremo board of trustees. The
they had i of used to catrv out the or- ally acquiesced In. Flilp Francis, of New Iledfoid, Mass., other members are: Dr. S. W. Jones, at sea, put back and arrived In port
the Associated ery
Pi ess leutns on the The hcuse programme of three day
ders of the cabinet, save on ono occas- under commnnd of Captain A. F. of Newark, N. J., and Dr. P. Y. Elscn-ber- tonight with sixteen corpses on board. Dunmoro "corners" was visited by
bet authority that Gieece haspowers made ion, when the government wished to adjournment will be suspended this Smith, and with a crow of twenty-fiv- e
The dead were 11 steerage passengers another disastrous flic early this morn-
a written application to the week. The sundry civil appropriation of Noirlstovvn, Pa.
thiough tholr lepresentutlvts at Athens lemovo some supetlor ollleers from men, which left San Francisco on tho A measure of iaitlcular Interest to and three members of the crew, who ing.
their commands On all other occas- bill has passed the senate, and now re-
with a lcw of obtaining mediation. All 17tn of Jnnuniy last with a general the conclaves In the coal regions Is, at succumbed to a tenlblo Hie which oc- Ten buildings wero at one stage or
ions the staff was In complete haimony turns to the house for action on the cargo bound for New York, took fire this writing, In the hands of a special curred off the Delaware Capes at an another of the conflagration ablaze,
the representatives have ptomlsed in.i with the cnblnet. The ministers had amendments. The piogramme pursued
their replies to use theli best olllces Indeed ordered the army to remain on when the Indian bill came back to the at sea esterday, and to save the lives committee on hazaidous risk. At pres- enrlv hour this morning. The horror but through the arduous and well di-
except the Gennnn minister, who has of those on board, and the ship and ent anyone employed about a mine of the story can hardly be told tonight. rected efforts of tho firemen and a,
inerelj ni know lodged the receipt of the the defensie but the staff considered house piolnbly will be followed In the cargo, It possible, she was beached on either In tho capacity of mine superin- were penned up fortunate nbatcment of the wind, only
note ftom the cabinet. that a defensive position would be case of the sundry civil. That Is the the iiith end of Long Branch, six tendent or at .my lesser emploj nient ThOso who are dead
The porte Is Inclined to suppoit the most effectually secured by advancing nmerdmentrt will be considered in the miles below her" at 9 o'clock last night. Is not admitted to tho order. At pre- below decks and although frantic ef- three wero wholly nnd two partially
powers, with a iew to the facilitation to certain points. The ollleers positive- house bffoie the bill Is sent to confer- The cr.ptnln and crew leached shore vious supremo conclaves efforts had forts were made by the ollleers of tho destroyed.
ly denied giving the order for the gen-ei- ence Thete Is a good deal ot bitter
safely, however, taken care of by the been made to so amend the laws that vessel to save them the lire had gained The buildings totally consumed wcro
of negotiations, but it declines to ion-se- nt
feeing among the house factions,
to an nnnlstlcp, on the ground letteat from Matl and declared crew of the Little Hgg Harboi Life those employed about the mines whose such terrible headway before tho dan- barns belonging respectively to tha
that they were not responsible for the which may break out ns soon ns op-p- ot
Saving station. The vessel was burned occupations are not essentially hazard- ger was discovered tliat all escape w as Owen riynn estate, Dr. B, C. Hopkins
that this would enable Gieece to leor-gani-
nbottlve attack on Menoxe They ex- tunlty for debate Is given nnd some
her forces. very lively oratorical displays are ex- to the waters, and with the cargo will ous, might be admitted. So much cut 'oft. nnd the Clave estate.
As n mnter of fact, Turkey continues plained that the retreat bogalu with prove a total loss. has prevailed, however,
wholesale deseitlons from the division pected. The conference report on tho The saloon passonzerss were first A. C. Williams' residence and Har-
to send tioops from Salonicn home-vvni- d,
of Colonel MavromlehalK llring the Indian appropriation bill also will be The fire was first dlscoveied about with reference to the real conditions aroused und In such a manner as to oc- rington Hros.' hotel were the struc-
and it Is probable that Ostium
Tuiklsh position nt Derell. Then tho ready for consideration befote the
I o'clock In the afternoon, and was of persons so employed that nil at- casion llttlo alarm. Until it became tures badly damaged.
Pasha has returned to Constantinople panic spread, the stnff was powerless week closes. The questions Involved burning fiercely In the hold. All hands tempts to remove the ban have been
fiom Salonlcu. In view of both facts to check It and a reotganlzatlon to de- In the opening of the Uncompaghre were ordered on declc and manned to futile. The delegates to this supreme apparent that the fire had cut off the Tho burned area Is located In tha
it may be assumed that nothing seri- fend Larlssa was Impossible. M Halll reservation In Utah will, of couise, extinguish the Homes, but they had conclave have so vigorously forced the Fteerage passengers, the captain und npex of the angle formed by Blakely
ous is expected, but the continuance of came to headquarters during the day gained too much headway, and It was matter to the tront now that It Is alto- his men poured great quantities of and Chestnut streets, located to tha
a state of war Is xegarded as the very furnish the main source of contention as mucn as the men could do to pre- gether probable that their woik will be water down the ventilator and the most south ot the cornels. It Is a compact-
best means of hastening the effoits of and begged the staff to save tho nrmy." In the debate on this reoort.
With reference to the letreat In vent the lire from spieadlng so lap-Idl- y crowned with success. Charles II. frantic efforts were made for the es ly built dtrict, the scant space
diplomacy. Without doubt hopes have Kpltus the papers print the following AN AMERICAN VICTIM.
as to necessitate their taking to Henttjs, of Peckviile, has been up- - cape of those penned up. In this way tho rears of the buildings on tha
been raised in Tuikey that the Otto- the boats on the open sea. The cap- pointed n member of the committee to eight steerage passengers made their two streets being taKon up with barns
man government might annex Thessaly extraordinary telegram from Colonel
Dotzarl" tain saw that his only hope lay in which this matter has been refeireJ escape.
and lestore the nld frontier of 1SS1, but .IIIks Do Conieau, of Statcn Island, reaching .shore, where he could and It Is principally thtough his ef and other out buildings.
the sultan Is not Inclined to risk such It Is a dlsgiaceful slander to say II ii rood in the Paris Tire.
forts that a favorable committee1 re- It was In the Flynn barn that tho
that I ordered the letreat. My brigade luivo n chance of sav lug the ship Queen of Slum Made Itcgcnt.
a step. On the contraiy, ho opposes it New York, May 9. It was learned nnd part of the eaigo. With this In port has been scuted. There will flames first broke out; how, no ono
uncompromisingly and will not yield has advanced victoriously to the gates Washington, May 9 Minister Barrett
of Janina. Why it retreated Is a ques- here yesteiday through a private cable view he headed the Fianels towards ptobably be a fierce debate on the mat- has Informed the department of state that seems to know. The flames rapidly en-- v
to the ptessure of the war party at to decide; anti dispatch that Miss Maile de Coni- the beach, and all tho while the ciew ter when It comes up for discussion in tho king of Slam has appointed tho queen eloped: thks structure and in a few
Constantinople. He will be satisfied tion for a court-marti- al
the gulltv parties should be punished eau, formerly of Staten Island, was Kept pouilng water Into the hold. It the conclave, but tho friends of the to act a3 regent during his absence, assist- minutes communicated to tho barn of
with a reasonable Indemnity nnd a with death." among the victims of the Paris lire. wus well after dark and the nosltlon measure are confident that It will final- ed by a council of regene I a step unpre- Dr. Hopkins, which adjoins on tho
Blight rectification of the eastern Thes-sa- li
The name had appeared In an Incom- of tho men on board was peillous In ly vass. cedented under the present dynasty. This
in frontier, such a one as would plete manner In some of the printed the e.Mreme. With her bow pointed The sessions will not end before was done on March 21 in solemn assembly north.
givi Turkey several strategic positions MADE A BISHOP. well on the shore tho ship struck hard of theenotmous amount at the roj vl palace. In the presence of tho CLAVD BAItN THIRD.
in the Iclnlty of Nezeros.
Miss Marls do Coineau was the and fi st. of business now before the body, Tho princes, noblemen, officials, the diplomatic The Clavo barn, which was separated
Athens, May !). It is understood that and consulur corps.
Gii"fp agrees to confide her interests Consecration of the Right Rev. James J. daughter of Louis de Coineau, of the Meanwhile tho flro was laglng even growth of the order phenomenal past during the
from the Hopkins' barn by only a few
late firm of De Rham & Co., of this more furiously than before and all two yeirs has been feet, was the next to take lire, and
to th powcis In tho peace negotiations Monaghan, of the Diocese of city, who letlred lioin business In ISM, hands were forced to leave with noth- at present there ate 4M) conclaves and Jrcms Phillips Pnrnlved. the flames fiom all three, fanned by a
A dispatch from Lamia, dated .i yes-terd-
members in good standing. There Terre Haute. May 9 James Phillips, brisk north wind, set flro to
Wilmington. owing to advanced eais. Mr. do ing but the clothes on their backs. orlglt ill of "Joems Phillips" In tho Will-lam- s'
savs that Ciown Prime Con-
Coineau died shortly after his retlte-men- t, They vvere assisted In reaching shore ait-- about '217 delegates In attendance the
stant im is still at Domokos nnd that leaving six chlldten, thiee sons by the life guards and vvere supplied and amouir them are mnnv men of ter," has been stricken with paraljsis at thre-stor- y residence and. Harrington Pros,'
Hsgleston's "Hoosier Schoolmas-
Genet al Smolenki Is at Almyios. man, John. hotel fronting on Chestnut
with needed clothing and nourishment. great ability. A new Mo., who Is
tl Itlc-cot- i,
and three daughters. The names ot In Vevoy. As ho Is 70 years or
Gailhaldl nnd the Italian olun-tee- ts Wilmington. Del, Mny 9 In the
Today the tugs I. J. Menltt and North of Kansas City,
bound age. homa not expectej that he will re- street.
have arilved at Almyros. Homan Catholic Cathedral of St. Peter two of his sons appear In the New-Yor- k
toduy the Higlit Itev. James J, Mona-gha- n directory, one of his daughtem America arrived and endeavoiod to put to enme up to the fiontbeen the order cover It has been said that his was tho
In Tongues of llamo fohot forth In all
KXODl'S PROM DOMOKOS. was consecrated bishop of the ln enteied the convent of the Sacred out the lire which was still burning. within a few jcars, has electrify-
, with his persuasive
oul character In the book drawn from directions licking the adjacent build-
They were unable to accomplish any- ing the session-- life. ings and causing thc-- to take fire ev-
The dispatch says that the exodus diocese of Wilmington. His eminence, Heart at Alban, and another lives in o
of inhabitants fiom Domokos, Lamia James, Cardinal Gibbons, of Baltimore, r?rle with her husband. thing and finally gave up. The cap- and picturesque eloquence. Ho Js Accused of J'.mbc7.leuicnt. ery now and then anil forcing the fire-
tain and mate left on one of the tugs among the fotemost at
nnd the sutinundlng country continues. was the consicrator. The assistant A cable dispatch received here es
Chicago. May 9 Tlenjiniln P. Jenkins, men to take rheir attention from the
Greek torpedo boats still patrol the bishops vveie the Klcht Itevs. II. P. that Miss Lillle d'A. Dergh for New York nnd the crew will go by this conclave of the order. Mr. Sulli-
train on Tuesday. van held an Important government of- eishler of the grain inspectors' ofllee un- main conflagration and hasten hither
Gulf of Volo It Is piobable that moie Notthrup. o Chaileston, S. C and was In the building which burned. Her der Uwl?ht W. Andiows, wns arrested to-d-
and thlthcir to extinguish these Inc-
What lenders the nccldcnt still more fice In Missouri, which Piesldent "per- d
lighting will occur at Domokos. Alfred Curtis, tho retiring bishop ot message reads: "Safe, but passed on tho si. Indictments, for emberle-me- nt
kindly relieved him from for
unfoitunate Is the fact that Captain nicious activity" In the campaign of returned agaln3t him vestcrday by ipient blazes. Showers of siwuks wera
The telegtaph is tlll wot king to Do- Wilmington. Tho Rev. J. A. Lyons, through a teulble experience. Partlc-ula- is can led for two blocks to the north,
mokos and the latest dispatch from vlcar-gener- of Wilmington, acted as by letter." She leached Paris on Smith's wife died at sea on the out- the. grand Jury. He has not yet secured
that point savs that the Turks are half assistant priest and the other oflleeis May 2. ward trip of the ship. He had the body Mi. llryan for tlu presidency. Tho boll. Andrews, who was ulao Indicted on covering the neat by roofs aixl adding
waj between Phai solos and Domokos was as follows: embalmed and sent home by train. It Sir.uiton delegates are all are delighted a similar charge, is sail to be in Owatou- - greatly to the general consternation.
awaits his arrival In Hoston. tli3 Louisville hotel and The Flynn homestead, Dr. Hopkins'
and are believed to be planning an at- Deacons of honor, Revs. W. X. AUSTRIAN'S FIGHT A DUEL.
Tire rianels Is a fpll tigged ship, ot with the hospitality shown them by
tack upon the latter. The Turks do of St, Paul's, Geoigo J. Kelloy, their Kentucky brethren. Spaniard .Murdered by llrignnds. residence, Charles Weber's carpet-weavi- ng
not molest the Inhabitants of the vil- St. Mnry's church; deacon of the mass, 1,971 tons buideu. She was out 112 Cuernavuca, Mexico, May 9 Joo shop, W. C, Costello's grocery
lages they hae occupied, but they Itev. r. J. Shadlei, vlcat-g- ( neinl jf
Ilerr Wolfl nrd Iloricn Hoth
.11. A laige number of the delegates were
dass and experienced no unusual anxious to give Ml. Roland the highest
owner of the Hacienda De Tetcieo, More, T. P. Letohworth's hpmo and
Wounded in the Ilnud. weather throughout tho voyage. The und ono of tho wealthiest Spaniard;, In
hae but tied houses and plundoied sev- South Carolina, chaplains to the blsli-op-rle-
Vienna, May 9. A duel with sabres oilgln of the lite Is unknown. honor In their gift, that of supiemo Mexico, has been attack) d by a band of undertaking establishment wore all
eral ehuiches at Pliai sains Kes. M. P. Toley, Haltlmoic; aicbon, but he stiadlly declined to bilgands and miirdcroil. Ills body was moio or les binned and scorched nnd
in the com so of an Intel lew today P. P. Chapon, S. S, Boston: notarlus, was fought jesterdaj between Heir
Wolff, the member of the lower house accept it. Had he alloweil his name-t- lobbed of the large sum of money which the drug stores of J, G. Done nnd Os-
Cnloiul wild: "The union be-
Rev. D. A. Magnleii, S S , D. D , ret tor AN ESCAPED MURDERER. be usjd theie could be no question he e aided. car Luihvlg vvere at times In Imminent!
tween Crete arid Greece is now an ac- of St, Mary's University, Halllmoi--- , of the Relchstrath who Inttoduced tha
tual fact, and nothing Is lacking but motion, submitted bj the Geinian Na- as to his election. He would have a danger.
master of cetemonles, Rev. J. F. Nolan, Hnithiiual.e shocks in Italy.
the consent of i;uiope. Tho foieign asrlstant mnsti r of cere- tionalists, to impeach Count Ji. ideal, Louis Pfcihl,of iueliiud, Stilt Keeps practically solid vote from the not them Rome Mav o Slight undulatory shocks rmEMRN' ON THH schnd.
admirals ueentl asked my authotity the minister for foieign ntfalts, and Out ofSight. and western conclave? and would al-- )
monies, Itev. J P. Connelly, Dover; hnve many of the Mai viand nnd Vir- and Wlli trt this morning dl Papa, shocks
Wfie fit' tluro and at Korea Tlvoll At 12.45 the first nlaim was sounded.
to advume their tioops in Crtte beyond pi car her. Rev. M. P. Smith, C. S. P., of neai ly nil the other mlnisteis for vio- Tienton, N. J. May 9. The author- Losor
th zone jiiolouly occupied. The lating, their powert. In Issuing1 a de- ginia delegates. His business interests, followed Inter in the uy, doing no dam- Chief J, J. O'Hoio no sooner arrived on
the Catholic university, Washington. ities here have been unable to learn however, pievented him fiom accept-
pmvois may do what they like. The uce authoilzne; the official use of thi anything as to the wheieabouts of ing and Hie honor again fell to Mr age without especial ineiJctTi intoItaly. The tartlKiwike appears hive the scene than he saw thoKreat danger
union of Crete and Gteeco Is Inevitable Czech ! ii.guage In Rohemla, and M. bien of a general conflagiatlon ami wisely
Hnrlcn, n Czech deputy. Roth of tho Louis Pfolhl, the convicted Vlneland Cohen. It Is hardlv necessary to s.iv sent out a second alarm. Tho Elec-til- a
nnd a necessity." SEAL VERDICT RETURNED. muuleied, who escapt d fiom the Tren- that Air. Roland's action was regietted
It Is repot u-- In official circles that combatants) were wounded In their Trinity's Celebration. Neptune, Intl'iK'nilonts1, Join
ton Insane as.vlum on Thuisday last. by the delegates who had been press- Ni w York, May 9 Special services in II. Smith and A. D. Spencer Hoso
Queen Olga has sent a telegram to the Jury in the Itocknfeliow Cnso Will hands It was reported that lie had been ing his name for the olhce. P. A. P. conimr monition of the cole, companies nindo quick iesionses. By
czar soliciting tho mediation of Itussla. Report Tomorrow. The dispute grew out of tho debate seen at a lallroad station somo dis-
Thursday bust, when Dr. Wolff htatioii of Trinity wero held In tho sovunl tho time they had their attachments
Athens, Mn 9 The Greek w ostein Wllkes-Bnn- e, Pa., May 9 The Jury of the Czechs. Slavonians and tance from heie, but this proved In-c- Impels of the church todav. made and began to get water on tho
snuadion has rescued a laigo numba-o- f
In the case of F. V. Rock-afcllo-
ect. It 1
believed that ho has TORNADO CAVES AT SCHOOLS.
being blaze, tho wind subsided ami from thu
women nnd children fiom villages charged wltn embezzlement, others asuproar "quite inferior the sit-
A gieit followed, and
races." crossed the Delaware river Into Penn- Capital PiinUhuiont Abolished. very outset the firemen made good
along the Hplius coast tlueatened by after being out two hours, returned ting was suspended. The discussion ot sylvania. Kansas Parents Preparing to Ptotcct Managua, Nlcatagua Mo v s President gains on tho flames.
the Turks. with a senled verdict. Their Children from Storms. 7i ln.i has Hgned the law abolishing capi-
yesteiday was to pats to the Their effoits wetv were first directed;
Stylls, near Lamia, has been made It will be opened In court In the the day Indus' adopted by a order ot vote ot Thought to Have Ilenu Killed. Topeka, Kan , May 9. A movement tal punishment from and after July next. toward saving the buildings that had
tho port for Itelctuallng the Greek morning. Miles City, Mont., May 9 Upper Tongito has been stuited In many school dls-- ti
army. Pome Gteck troops from Volos-tln- o nj to 1G3, thus utfcatinjr tho im- The Heinbl's W miliar Forecast. not as vtt taken fire. After these had
river settieis ore gieatly excited ovir the lets In Kansas tu build tornado caves,
hao embarked on tho Greek men Ormond II u in mo lid's Successor. peachment. dlsnppeannco of a. young man named so that, upon the uppioach of a tor- Xew York. May 9 In the Middle states been thoroughly drenched with wnter
of war at Volo, Ilaltlmore, May 9 Special dispatches Hoover, who has been woiklug on Har-rlngc- and Xew Pngland toda, partly cloudy and tho small blnzos about them ex-
d In this city tonight from Cumber-lan- HIGHWAYMEN ROUSE HIM. sheep tauch. Large parties hive nado, school children may be shelteied weather will pievall, with ruin In tho tinguished their attention was turned
TOUCHING SCENE AT VOLO. Md , say that State Senator Jams been hunting for him for a vvtek. They and not turned ndtlft upon tho prairies. western d'Htilrts of this section, fruh. to tho Williams tesldenco and Harring-
Mulr Sloan, of Alleghany county, will bo Relieve a Sleepv Young Man ot Cash found deail sheep with bullet holes The potions of the Alta Vista and variable winds and noarly stationary ton hotel. At 1 30 tho barns collapsed
locormwnded bv Pulled States Senator tlirojgh the carcasses and Indian traclo. other schools In Central Kansas will b low or tempuraturo and by local and this caused the main conflagration
IMIicnt 1'iihliii Promises to Protect Wellington for appointment as assistant nnd Valuables. Tho supposition is that he wis killed by meet on a given day and build tornado ruin on the coists. tin Tuesday. In both to subside to such a degree that nearly
tho Inhabitants Who Remain. Vnltid States tieasuret, In this city to fill Dubois, May 9 C, M, Cole, son ot Indians, who have bten dancing all win-te- r caves, nnd the teacheis are dliected of these sections, paitly cloudy, cooler, the whole foice could be worked at th
Volo, May 9 Tho correspondent of tho vacancy caused by tho death of th Postmaster W. W. Cole, of SabJf., and threatening what they would do to house their pupils theio when stonn3 will continue, pifneded by local rain and Williams und Hanlngton buildings.
Into Ormond Mummond. started to dilve from that place to when tho grass was green. followed by clearing and rising tempera.
the Associated Press describing the approach. Hire. By 2 o'clock the lire In these was
entry of the Turkish troops, says: Dubois last night. During the tide he .
under control and half an hour later
Vessel Under Water. fell asleep uiul when he awoke ho was Consolidation of Art Companies. ANNIE RUDOLPH SINKS.
"Edhem Pasha sent a Hag of truce Belfast, Me., May 9 Captain Reed, of looking down he bairel of a revolver Hoston, Mav 9 L. Prang & Co , of tide THE NEWS THIS 3I0KNINU. tho firemen taw themselves complete
with a proclamation that ho would tho schooiur Mary J. Dlllott, reports that which a man was holding In ftont of city and tho Taber Art company of New masters of the light Many of tho men
luotect all Inhabitants remaining In while coming up the Mussel Ridge chan- lledford have consolidated and foimed a A Cnmdcn .Schooner Loaded with suffered intersely from the heat anl
the town. A touching scene ensued. nel, near Spincc Head, he sighted tho top his face. man stock company, capitalized at $j;i).ft()). They Pipe Is Lost Oft Nimset. Weather Indications Today: smoke and not a tew had their faces
In the principal street an immense mact of a sunken vessel. The vessel was Another had hold of the horses' will build a factory at Sprlnglhld, cost- badly scorched by the flames.
apparently of about sovent tons, and tho heads. After lellevlng tho sleepy ing J50.W0, In which 400 persons will be em-
Vlnejnrd Haven, Mass., May 9. The
crowd gathered with anxious upturned Showers; Slightly Cooler, The Williams and Hnrrlngton build-
faces, lictenlng eagerly to tho reading condition of thosnrfuee of the water about young man of $144 In cash, a gold ployed. Tie namo will probably bo tho schooner Annie K. Rudolph, fiom Cam- ings vvere badly burned in the rear and
her In .Heated that she was loaded with watch and a revolver, he waB allowed Taber-Pran- g
An cempanv. den, N. J., for Hoston, with lion pipe,
of the luochimatlon on which was to was sunk off Nauset, Capo Cod, by col- (Genernl)-Giee- co Has Had Nearly upper portions nnd the Interims com-
kerosene. to dilvo on. HiioiiKh of War.
decide theli fate. When tho leading lision with tho tug l'aoll at 3 a. m., and pletely flooded with water. This, for-
CJoing to tho Queen's Jubilee. Ship on Plio Off Long Iiianch. tunate to say, Is the gteatest damage.
wos finished a rnuimur of Intense re- Alter n Dcsperndo with n Ciinnon. DEADLY THREAT FULFILLED. Winnipeg, Mcnltoba, May 9 Chan Yin Skipper Captain Gardiner, Mate Snell, Heptasophs Consider Insuianco for The contents of the Clavo and Hopkins
lief wus heaid thinughout the donsc Whltesburg, Ky , May 9 A special posro
Haun, the Chinese minister of foreign both of New Jersey, and a seaman, iMnlers.
throng, quickly followed by fi untie of 10) mm with a small cannon has gone passed through hero today, accom- vvete drowned. Destructive Fire at Dunmore. barn were paved and the Flynn barn
shouts of "Long live the sultan." to a cave on liliiek Mountains to try to ef- Killed After Having Re-
panied bj a largo suite, on route to Rng-lan- Steward George Rrovvn and Senman Poiecnst of Week In Congress. was empty. Tho fact that the Flynn
liut theio still remained cause for fect the capture of Tim Moore, the mur- ceived Threatening Letters. d,
bain, whero the fire started, was un-
derer who wus i nder life sentence, but es- wheio the mln'ster will ropieaent Johnson vveie suved. The tug was un- (8porttf)-J:nste- rn, Nntlonal und Atlan-
the most scilous anxiety, for thj ques- Llttlo Rock, Ark., Mav 9. A woman tho Chinese emperor at Queen Victoria's injured. tic I.easue Hall Game. used, causes Chief O'Hara to pro-
caped from Pnlntville Jill. Mooro has . (State) riograintno of tho Legislature nounce the blaze of Incendiary origin.
tion was then, whether the Greek a company of outlaws, and they known as Irone Myer was mutdere'd In Jubilee celebration.
for tlie Week,
whose ships were lying off the
town and In plain sight, would ne-ce- pt
are fortified In a cavo with plenty of am-
munition. this morning by nn unknown man.
resort at Pino PlufC nt an early hour
CALHOUN LEAVES FOR CUBA.
Spoiling Gossip. THD DAMAGD DOND.
Now Yoik, May 9 Arrived: Tnbougog-la- , .Special IMitorial. Just what the damage is In figures
IMhcm Pasha's terms. A single The woman had received lettem from Counsel in the ltul. Cnso Limits of Our Oblleatlon to Spain.
gun shot from tho fleet would have Three Persons Kilt d by Lightning. J. II. Myer, from Greenfield, Ark., nnd Havre, Schiedam, Amsterdam. Queons. cannot be stated. A rough nnd hurried
(Stoiyl "A Cuh Deal with Wong-Lee- " estimate would placo It nt $8,000.
compiled the Turks to treat Volo as San Antonio, Tex,, t ,iy 9. Robert Don. points in Louisiana and Texas, threat- town Sailed: Campania (from Liverpool), Starts lor Ills .Mission,
linnliopii itiil iWIfA n" working In a Held New Yorw. Havre Snllod- -
La Cham-pagn- Washington, May 9 W. J. Calhoun, This entire district was burned out
hostile. ..V..MW t.tlll 'inrl ening to kill her If she did not leturn Southampton
The Gicatncss of the Pnited States.
Three newspaper men, myself among when a bolt ot to tho writer, Now York. Sailed1 of Illinois, special counsel for tho Pnlt-e- d (Local) Two Churches Observo An- by a flro some years ago and almost
lllrhtnlrif Irltll them. Webster
V Paris, New York. HavreArrived. La States government In tho Hulz case, niversaries every building site about tho corners
them, were uppolntedudeputatlontogo ta.i
IV 111 IB.
IL II I'L'III ' f""v" Ys ulso killed by
FOUR CHILDREN CREAUTED.
Qaecogne, New York.
left Washington tonight for Tampa, Primitive Methodist oCnforenco Ses- has b?en the sceno of a conflagration
on board the flagship and get the lightning,
reply. We bore a white flag.
Dancers of the Dir.glcy Hill. where he will take a steamer for Hav- sions, within tho past decade.
Sli(o'nc,orV"Vf"od. ana. He was accompanied by Mr. Fish- (LrcaD A Dunmoro Father Shoots Remarkable to state there are al-
At the quay, however, wo met tho While Mr. nnd Mrs. Tucker Were Parle, May 9. Tho Syndicate Chamber and Kills Ills Iiabe. ways a number of buildings destroyed
of Textiles and.Draperles has addressed a hook, as secretary. Mr. Calhoun '
captains of iho foreign warships with rolling Tholr Homo Hiirncd. A ,"irch Organized.
a wutten communication from tho ad- iiiumiiiK """ Yi
and W. "'"ory occu. Columbia, S, C May 9, Laurens communication to the United States sen- pects to spend a day or two after his (Loc West Side and City Suburban. whenever a fire occurs In In every in- that Imme-
pled by P.oro ft p, Dradford, ate pointing out tho dangers which the arrival in Havana In consultation vvith Lackawanna County News, diate locality and almost
miral eaylng that he intended to in
and tnrie adjoining bulldlnt Tucker and his wife, whose home 1b in Dlngley tariff involvo to the Industry and Consul General Lee beforo undertaking Nelgl-torln- County Happenings, stance the cause Is attributed to Incen-
In front of the town until ns- - burned., Loss, Jv.w. tho countryf Jn LaurenB county, went tho trado of tho whole world. the formal beginning of the Inquiry,
, Financial and Commercial, v diarism.