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WHERE IS THE ITATA
Tho Charleston Has Arrived
DID NOT SEE THE PRIVATEER.
Sho Will Now Join tho Squadron in Chilian
Conlllctlnir ltepurts About tho Imornltltt
It Is Kumnrml Hint tho Vessel 1 1 11 a
Obtained Ooiit Paris Coullrins tho He
port A Denial Hint tlio Mexican Author
ities Arc Aldliie tlio Insursonts.
Washinotox, Hay 28. Tho crulsor
Charleston reports to tho Navy Dopart
tiient Hint she has arrived at Callao nnd
has scon nothing of tho Itnta.
Tho Charleston will join tho squadron
under Admiral McCann In Chilian wntfers,
and it is surmised that a report will soon
como theuco nunottncftig tho peaceful
surrender by tho Insurgents of the elu
sive craft, which tho United .States Gov
ernment will libel and perhaps forfeit for
violation of our neutrality laws.
Tho report published lit Now York of
advices by privato letter from tho City of
Mexico that tho Mexican authorities nro
giving aid to the Chilian insurgents, is
not boruo out by any information in pos
session of tho Chilian Legation at Wash
ington. On tho contrary, telegrams Just ro
ceivod report ns follows: "Chilian robel
cruiser Esmeralda still nt Acapulcoj her
officers havo been trying in vain to buy
provisions, merchants rofuslng to accept
the drafts offered in payment on credits
which oro not considered good."
It is also stated that Presidont Diaz, of
Mexico, ro'fusos to entertain any proposi
tions from tho Chilian rebels or In their
interest. This policy disconcerts tho in
surgents as much as that of tho Govern
ments of tho United States, Franco, Ger
many and England has.
The Esmeralda Itccelvcs Coal.
Citt op Mexico, via Galveston, May 28.
Tho Anglo-American publishes a state
ment to the effect that the government
has allowed tho cruiser Esmeralda to
Confirmation from Paris.
Pabis, May 28. Communications ro
eelvcd hero from Mexico by the officials
of tho Mexican Legation In this city ex
plain that tho coaling of tho Chilian in
surgent warship Esmeralda at Acapulco
does not Imply that tho Mexican govern
ment has recognized tho Congressional
party as bolligoronts.
DEFEAT FOR DR. BRIGGS.
Ho Is Condemned by tho Comiultteo on
Dbtkoit, May 28. The Presbyterian
Gonorul Assembly has fired off Its first
gun in the Briggs fight.
Tho Committee on Theologlonl Semina
ries condemns Dr. Briggs and strongly
advises that Ids appointment to tho chair
of biblical theology in Union Theological
Seminary bo disapproved.
Tho recommendation was coupled
with another to appoint a committee of
15 to confer with the seminary ns to tho
relations of tho institution with tho gen
eral assembly. What this second recom
mendation means no ono seems to know.
Tho Kcv. Dr. Roberts, Chairman of tho
Westminster Catechism Revision Com
mittee, said frankly that ho had not tho
least idea what it meant. Tho Rov. Dr.
Ormlston said: "It was tho sugar coat
ing over tho uuinino pill." But he could
not explain his explanation.
It Is expected that tho caso will bo
finally disposed of this afternoon.
Tho Rev. De. Parkhurst of Now York,
n strong defender of Dr. Briggs, says :
"If tho Goneral Assembly condemns
Dr. Briggs it Is simply going to drive
soma of our brightest and best men out
of tho Presbyterian church, for, as I Bald
In my sermon last Sunday, tho quostiou
that, is on tho lips of thousands of
young men who nro on the threshold of
the ministry is: 'Can I entortnin my in
tellectual self rospectf My own idea Is
that thero is plenty of room for cerebra
tion within the limits of Presbyterian
"Tho great trouble is that Dr. Brlggs's
critics havo firod at him from longrango,
and in many instances without under
standing tho facts In tho mattor at all.
Ono distinguished minister wrote a three
column article attacking Dr. Briggs, and
afterward admitted that he had not read
Briggs's inaugural or oven seen it.
"Thero is this thing nbout it all: Thoy
may cruBli Briggs, but they cannot crush
tho spirit he represents."
Commissioner Ituum's Successor.
WAsniNOTO'f, May 28. First Assistant
Commissioner of Pensions Davidson
emphatically denies any knowledge of
tho published vtatomont that the Presi
dent was considering his fltnoss for tho
Commlssloncrshlp. Ho said ho know
nothing about it until he road It in tho
newspapers, and denies that he ever had
an interview with the President on the
subject. Notwithstanding this denial,
it was learned from another sourco that
the Prosldent had sent for several mem
bers of tho New York delegation to Con
gress to ascertain Mr. Davidson's politi
cal standing, as well as his military roo
ord. Protest from Clerk Donahue.
Washington, May 28. Commissioner
Haunt lias received a protest from J. M.
Donahue, the clerk who was adjudged
guilty of lending money to ponsion ofllco
employes by the recent investigation and
who was recommended for dismal, stout
ly denying his guilt and hits requestod
that he be given another hearing, at
which, he asserts, lie can vlndlcato bin
self. General Raum will recommend to
Secretary Nobla that Donahue's request
Tramps Arrested on Suaplolon.
Bangor, Me., May 28, George Orinan
and Sam Julian, hailing from Nora Sco
tia, ond who are ovidontly tramps, havo
been nrrostod on suspicion of being con
nected with the nttack on a Malno Con'
tral train Monday night at Enfield. Four
others wero In the gang and oftlcora aro
nttor them, -
Polycamlsts Cannot Land.
Washington, May 28. Secrotary Foster
lias enunciated a new lino or policy,
holding that polygamists come under tho
debarred class of immigrants, and hero
after should not be allowed to ontor tho
dighest of all in Leavening Power.
10 u rfn so. tm
Philadelphia, May 28. Max Cleaber,
aged 14, died Inst night of hydrophobia.
llo was mtten uy n uog nuottt inroo
months ago, but tho wound was cauter
ized and healed and no danger was appre
hended. Last Monday the wound opened
and tho boy at once displayed symptoms
of hydrophobia. Ho was so violent
nt times thot It required tho combined
strength of four men to hold him iu. bed.
Cnptnln Cornelius Lovi'll Dnnd.
Boston, May 28. Captain Cornelius
Lovell, a strong tetnperanco ndvocste,
dtod in East Boston during the night,
aged 80 years. When a boy Captain
Lovell saved tho lifo 0 the girl, later tho
actross, Charlotte Oiishinan, by jumping
from rt wharf nt Osterville, on Capo Cod,
and bringing her to whore just ns mho was
about sinking for tho last time.
Found Her Jtody In tho Itlver.
Rondout, N. Y., May 28. Tho body of
Miss Mary Tioter, aged 19, who mysteri
ously disappeared from hor home nt
Glascu several days ago, was found float
ing in tho Hudson River near hero. It
is supposed that the girl committed sui
cide, owing to a disappointment in loro.
Mrs. Lanjrtry a Heavy Winner.
London, May 28. Mrs. Langtry
plunged heavily on tho Dorby nnd is re
ported to have won s.n enormous sum on
Common, whom sho backed at tho ad
vice of Sportsman Baird. Some rumors
place the amount of her winnings as
high as $250,000.
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Goods from nil parts ot tbe county solicited
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PHYSICIAN AND SUflOEON.
Omw-ZS West Lloyd Btroet, (Shenandoah
TJ. Sv Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889,
I fl v --era
PETER HART'S AWFUL FATE.
Ho Dropped a Can ot Olycorlnft nnd Wnn
lllown to Atom.
Bradford, Pa., May 28 Peter Hart, a
torpedo shooter, was instantly killed lasl
evening, three miles north of this city,
by nn explosion of glycerine.
He had oxploded a 40-qtmrt shot of
glycerine in an oil Well at Row City and
had returned to his mnpazine. ' Instead
of depositing the remnluder of tb.9 load
whore he had his wagon ho secreted sev
eral cans of It in a hollow stump 200 feet
from the magazine. Why ho did this is
unknown. While so doing It is supposed
that he accidentally dropped a enn in the
stump and the explosion followed.
The report was heard for miles around
nnd when persons In the neighborhood
reached the .ceue nil that could bo scon
was a deep hole iu the ground and a few
fragments of human flesh scattered about
to tell tho story of the man's awful fate.
Hart's remains wore gathered up nnd
filled a grape basket. His team was
found n few rods away, uninjured, but
quite deuf. Hart was known all through
the oil country as an expert shooter.
EXCITING SCENE IN COURT.
Tho You us Itnllnn Girl Declared Gulltloss
of Shooting; Hor Lover.
New York, May 28. The jury in tho
ensa of Pasquelina Robertiello, chargod
with the murder of her faithless lover,
Nicolo Plorro, brought in a verdict of
not guilty, after a deliberation of over
Deafening cheers from tho COO specta
tors In tho court room greeted tho ver
dict, but the judgo expressed ids dis
pleasure at this proceeding by ordorlng
several of tho moro enthusiastic placed
under arrest. Thoy were, however, sub
As soon ns tho verdict was explained
to tho pretty little Italian girl, she burst
into a violent fit of weeping. Later sho
left the court room with her mothor, nnd
tho crowd followed, cheering nt intervals
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days from the time the ground is
broken forthe station.
CAES RUNNING BY JULY.
-T IS expected that cars will be
running between Shenandoah
and Ashland no later than July.
Comptroller of thr Currency,
Washington, April 8, 1891,
Whereas, By satisfactory evidence pre
sented to the undersigned, It has been mnde
to appear that "The JUtrcUants' National
Sank lof Shenandoah, In the Borough of
Shenandoah, in the County of Schuylkill and
State of Pennsylvania, has complied withal)
tbe provisions of tbe statutes of the United
States, required to be compiled with before an
association shall be authorized to commence
the business of banking.
Now, Therefore, I, Edward 8. Lacoy,
Comptroller of the Currency, do hereby cer
tify that "The Merchants' National Bank ol
Shenandoah,". In the Borough of Shenandoah,
In the County of Schuylkill, and State of
Pennsylvania, Is authorized to commence tho
business pl banking as provided lu section
fifty-one hundred and sixty-nine of the Re
Vised Statutes of tbe United States.
IN WITNE8B WHERKOF, wit
noss my bond and seal of ofllce this
8th day of April, 1S01.
No. 4518. E; S LACEY,
OomptroUorbf the Currency,
THE GIANTS WINNING
Thoy Sccuro Another Gamo
from tho Lcadci'3.
GREAT PITCHING BY SHARROTT.
Tho Brooklyns Lost at Cleveland and Are
Now Last in tho Kace.
Clnclnhntl nnd lionlon Add a Fnw Points
to Their Record Tho Wnshlncton Club
Whitewashed by St. Louis Kelly's
Tonin Secure n Hlff bcoro Knstern As
sociation Gnmes Stnndlnir nf tho Clubs.
Chicago, May 28. Tho Giants have
won another gamo from tho leaders in
tho pennant race. Anson's colts seemed
paralyzed from tho beginning nnd could
do nothing to stay the rapid onward
progiess of the visitors. The cranks
were wild, and, after ropented efforts to
put courage into tholr pets had proved
fruitless, they spent their time in guyiug
Jimmy Ryan, genornlly ono of the
safest hitters in the League, went down
into the dust beforo young Sharrott.
Five limes he went to the bat. When ho
struck out the llrst time tho crowd laugh
ed good naturedly. When he duplicated
the fanning process overybody yelled,
aiid when he cut the air into shreds tho
thit'l time the uproar sounded like wind
under n circus tout.
Tho visitors outplayed tho Chicagos at
every point. They batted opportunely,
stolo bases under Nagle'snoso, and might
as well have mudo 20 runs. PfelTor play
ed a miserable gamo at second. Nngle
was unnblo to pump tho ball to second,
and five .rien uok ndvuntngo'of his weak
ness. Chicago accidentally got a run in
the second on Carroll's hit past Sharrott,
Tioraan's inglorious muff of PfefEor's
3y, and sacrifices by Wilmot nnd Luby.
Sharrott's curves nndoutshoots dazzled
the colts, and they wero ns helpless as a
lot of schoolboys. When men wero on
bases no hits came. The gamo was bo
ono-sided that it was uninteresting.
Ryan's strike-outs wero tho funny fea
tures of the contest.
Throo Clubs In the League Tied for Fourth
Tho scores of the League games aro as
nttsburjr 0 000010001
Boston 1 0100 121 x 0
Batteries King and Jlackj Clarkson and
Cincinnati G 0 0 0 5 1 3 0 2-10
Philadelphia. 1 0000 2 300-0
Batteries Mullnno and Harrington; Gloason,
Schultz, Espcr nnd Brown.
Cleveland 1 1000100 14
Brooklyn 00200000 02
Batteries Orubcr and ZImmor; Terry and
Chlcnso 0 1000000 01
New York 2 0 0 4 4 0 0 2 x 12
Batteries Luby nnd Naglo; Sharrott and
Tho National Lcuguo Record.
r7llb. TPon. Lntl. CI Clllln. TTnn. Tjist. (VI.
Chlcnpo....l8 10 .043 Boston.... 15 15 ,fi00
Pittsburg ..1ft 18 .530 NowYork.,14 14 .500
Clovcland..l7 14 .548 Brooklyn ..11 18 .370
PhU'del'a..lu 15 .500 Cinclnnatl.12 18 .400
Cincinnati .0 0 3 0 0 0 1 2 012
Batteries Mains and Kelly; Haddock,
O'Brien and Murphy.
AT COLUMBUS. '
Columbus 0 003000003
Baltimore. 0 2310100 x 7
Batteries Gastrlght and O'Connor; McMa
hon and Robinson.
AT 8T. LOUIS.
St. Louis 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 3 310
Washington 0 0000000 00
Batt'.ries-Neol and Boyle; Foreman and Mo
Gulre. AT LOUISVILLE.
Loulsvlllo 0 040000105
Athletics o uuuaauos 8
Batterics-Callalian and McKcougb; Ball and
The Association Rocord.
CJufw. ITon. Lost. Ct Ctubn. Won. JVojt. c't
Boston... 20 12 .084 Cincinnati. 20 22 .470
Baltimore 24 12 .007 Sou'ville.... 17 24 .415
8t. Louts..24 17 .585 Columbus.. 10 24 .400
Athletics. 18 18 .500 Wash'ton....!) 25 .203
Buffalo 3 1 0 4 1 2 1 0 012
Troy 03020000 10
Batteries German and Murphy; Brahan and
Albany 0 2 0 3 0 0 2 1 x 14
Provldenco .2 0201001 17
Batteries -Fricken and Brown; Titcomb,
Sullivan und Murphy.
Rochester .1 0100110 04
Lebanon 0 001000102
Batteries Blauvclt and Bowman; Taylor and
Syracuse. 3 300000000
New Haven 0 000000000
Batterics-CougBltn and Myers: norncr and
Gen. Butler's Client to Have a Hearing.
Boston, May 28. Judge Nolsou, in tho
United Stutes District Court, will give
a hearing to-morrow nt 10 o'clock in the
caso of Clnretta Johnston. Hor counsol,
Gou. Butler, asked to have the prlsonor
rcloased on her own recognizance pending
the hearing, but Judge Nelson refused to
allow this; tho court also refused to allow
her to give bail with surety.
Mnrylnnd Unanimous for Dr. IJrooks.
Baltimore, Md., May 28. The conven
tion of the Protestant Episcopal Diocese
of Maryland met at noon for the 107th
annual session, and unnnimously voted
in favor of endorsing tho election of tho
Rev. Dr. Phillips Brooks as Bishop of
Common Wins the Rnglish Derby.
Epsom, May 23. Tlio greatest evont on
tho English turf, tho Derby Stnkos, of
5,000 sovereigns to the winner, was run
and won by Sir F. Johnstone's brown
colt Common iu tho commonest kind ot a
raritell Will Como.'
London, Mny 28. Mr. Parnoll, It Is
confidently stated, will pay a visit to tho
United States as soon as Parliament ud
People's Party State Convention.
SrniNanjtLD, O., May 28. The People's
party will hold a Stato convention in this
city August a.
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