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WASHINGTON, D. O., WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCTOBEK S, 1890.
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JEALOUSY CAUSES A MURDER.
iuuk Mao Arrested far Kllllnc Uli
lllrul In Love,
siica, N. H., Oct 8. The reel-
i of Hollis, a quiet country village
Nashua, are greatly stirred up
the mysterious disappearance of
e Henry Marshall. Marshall was
ecn abcut 10 o'clock Friday night
the West Dunstable road. With
,was Harry Davis, a youth of his
sge. Place then no trace save a
breads of his coat on a rail fence
jrently from where his body was
ted ever have been discovered,
fvls la held under arrest, but he ab
ly refuses to say a word about
ball or bis strange disappearance
lescut, however, that the boys
rival lovers. Tiie young lady who
s in me story is i.me Marshall, a
woman of 19 years and a relative
hj - issing youtu'a slster-ln law,
hrb hal bca paylue attention to
r f ve years, but ou young Mar
i s appearance, a year ago, received
wartn welcome. Davis persevered,
v ac 1 a short time, ago proposed
jfM tt was flatly refused. She
r r'cJ Marshall's attentions,
I'ivh. though appareoiiy as
' V rstrirto his rival bad takes
-7 firstly to heart.
CEITiNG THEIR REWA1B.
oeera Who 1)14 Not Help tka
EllnleUt Hccalve an luerais.
iw Yobk, Oct 8 The WiwUsays
cir'lve engineers aad fitetNn
i y- Uy tio New Yotk Central and
Lin lUvcr Company gay Km
lilts rt I abor no assistance la their
t E'rike and beginning October 1
La "ri y of them in the freight ser-
. ' . 'j ttu uuviuiue Oi waged
t" :.') Der ceuL T hi ad-
I'j was v i Jntary Yesterday Yiea-''-:
ttctb being asked whether
-na nf nav waa in tki kaiiiu
jfs,wi-if r ilicllty to tke fompany
i' r , lu. s,rme repueu "o,
- f tl.s tied The bewtH la
- 7 1 - the men who nut the new
. ten wheel engine. Itntnasvs
,v -i ' run thane engine, so
v: are d. inz the work as cet-
n. c. f.-rlt.'
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I'in tu Ibe Abullttmtr Via-
i atoclcipiu Uuvfi
t kt 8 It becMw
(ti.iaiu thai 5ot lediju
' auoraeya. Uakc,
' 1 iiiusnu, equally di-
- iae two parties would
uexe TuesiUdr. t Uw
si iinl fct-' of tke
u a Wll daiJv pee-
bt eudee li B .ra
aud BubnUiuAo ed-
i viJj.,t;i Is to loceive
. hoard of control
i salary of f 7 iiM
,- .tuLug furi.e of
Li of tuj kitij
l!4 V 5 DOVS
R.C'8 IN COUNCIL
THE YOUTHFUL DEVOTEES OF A
TOWG GATHQLICS" NATIONAL UNION.
Its Members Listen to Words of
Wisdom from Learned Men.
THE LITERATURE OF THE CHURCH
And the Necessity for Making It More
Widely Known How to Do It.
The B)oks to Read.
Aflcr Tim CntTic'fl report dosed
yesterday afternoon of the first session
of the sixteenth annual convention of
tho Catholic Youni? Men's National
Union, tho reports of President Lavcllo
and Secretary Lcahcy were read at tho
reassembling of the convention after re
cess at 3 p. m.
President Lavelle's report showed tho
union to bo in a prosperous condition,
both financially and numerically, and
contained a number of very Important
suggtalions In regard to tho work to bo
done in tho future.
The report of tho secretary showed
thst fifty-three now societies woro ad
mitted during the past threo months,
and that applications had been received
fiom seventy five others. In addition
to these many reading circles havo
signified their futcntlon of Joining tho
National Union and a number havo
aircaay uone so. Tlie establishment of
roadlng circles, which should bo sup
plied with good Catholic literature, was
earnestly advocated. Tho National
Union Is now composed of 111 soclotles.
The reading of both reports wero fre
quently Interrupted with applause.
Father Slattcry, tho caloicd priest of
Baltimore, was introduced and mido
an address which was greeted with
Mr. Warren P. Moslor of Youngs
town, Ohio, spoko upon tho Interest
manifested In reading clrclos and other
educational work, as a!o did Father
Uyan of Iinlilmnro. Tho following
standing committees wero appointed.
On resolutions-Major Edntooil Mallet.
John P. Leabey, Senator Itoeach. Dr. f p.
F1U.V, Patrick K. Callalian, Hpv D. J.
BlalTord. Rev. F. Smith, Rev. J. K. Doran,
Rev. J. D. Corey and Dr. I). J. Coleman.
On organization Rev. J llefferman,
John P. .Manntny. Charles A. Webber, T.
P. UorlM, James A. Wan, John J. Corbelt,
Rev. f. 1 Uougb, Warren K. Mosber, K.
T. MrAulKT and William Dufferin.
On eoiitrlbutlons-Charlf s W. Helnaler,
Ian, Cltarlea A McAWalne, John J. Maloiio,
K. J. Walab, J. II. Clements, Thomas A.
Moran, Harry McCloskey and I'hlllp Ryan.
Last nlcht an informal reception was
held at Carroll Institute, at which ro
frcebments wero served.
Ono of the gloomiest of days yester
day, wlih its clouds and rainstorm, was
succeeded this morning with bright
skies and a delightful temperature for
the second day's session of the six
teenlh annual convention of the Catho
lic Young Men's National Union.
It was 10.35 o'clock when President
Lavelle called the meeting to order. He
introduced the Itev. Dr. Chapelle, pas
tor of Bt. Matthew's Church and arch
bishop coadjutor elect of the Diocese
of Santa Fe, New Mexico. Dr. Chap,
elle was received with aoDlause. lie
said be was well satisfied in being pas
tor of St. Matthew's. It was a cheering
sight to him to see so many assembled
in the caueei of religion and society.
The results of their deliberations would
no doubt result in the
PHOOKRSa OF THE HOLY RELIGION
of the Catholic Church. The wise dis
cussions of the council held In Haiti
more had produced a profound Impres
sion both in America and Europe.
"Then," continued Dr. Chapelle, "how
Important It Is for you young mea to
discuss and resolve more wisely."
The remarks of the learned 'and dis
tinguished speaker were llsteoud to
with undivided laterest aad the highest
THE REV. F.VTHKK M'iJILLAK
of New York, pie Ident of the Colum
bia Headlag Circle, was stxt latro
duced. He said he hod a message from
the Central Cou&cllef the Young Men's
Society of Great Britain, which ex
leaded frateraal greetings to the Catho
lic Young ilea's Catholic Union aad
good wkhee for the work la whleh they
la speaking of writers, Father Mc
Millan thought that next to Shakespeare
Cardinal Newman was the best, but
added that his works as a rule were not
found in the public Ubfarinsof tka
land. Anung the books that Fathar
McMiUan advised the numbers of the
Union to rend were Cardinal QtsAons1
"Faith of Our Fathers" and "Our
Christian Heritage." John Hyle
O'ltelUy's Bfe of Pope Piiw IX. and
Leo XIII . life of ArchbUavoo Carroll,
the psoceediags of Uw Catholic Con
grew, the works of Archbishop SoaUI
Inc, Dr. Bfownson's ", American Ma
pubiic." and others.
of Philadelphia road a paper
"Caiholic Bfwnc library.'
Flick refuted to the disskaOty of CnUsa
Ika In gaining nrcaas to works hearing
upon the hhrtory of the Catholic CtutrcS
in America, and said pinniy of
material ihj hn founia u a
Hfcinsy shfHihi bn efwtetl lea timt pstr
poan Jin said that Um inlttaslve nad
iy tfcn fog thn purftniii' q laaving
a fomptelw Catholic refetMcn Uhmry
by tlte - American Catholic Historical
Society of Pbiladnlpnia, rrtnalaeil in
18S4, and that the society wag tatafcing
sirangeuienu Jot tan erection of a Assv
woof library building to coat $50,000.
It to not to he expected, aaM Be. Flick,
thnl a CathoUc aewapajter ens tivn an
i afiiwi" li iiiuMs of CalhnHf hfafturi'
Much of Catholic kdsiety, h said, ii
wi slerivti front Fsosssslnn Hirnrfasji
Kit 1 C O Ot.i.IVi
of Ke w York ww the neat apMker. Ue
osetiied visl sn trfftitunsjl nngtHynn osv
Um Cnttwttc Cusutrnaa knld in Hall!
CdteUca iklernaincd to down wiu
dke and hnte, he sstid, and the victory
wus was ahuwa at the Catholic Con
eiisti la Beluiuuri Our I'tuty hi
fuuudtd in, truth wUii trrui dlue
AiiltiHi-C li. puLu ttU.ul.jj s uJdj
,m Turn the Itiij vl I t. . .j -t
behold the present. Our Catholic schools,
academies, seminaries, colleges ami
universities are spread nil over the
country. Our heritage is greater than
that of nationality, and the children of
toll have become the strong men of the
Church. Tho slumbering talent of the
young men is now oponlng like the roe
to the stinshlno, and their influence la
future years will be felt In the councils
of Church and State. The Young
Mon's Catholic Union will go on for
ever." Everywhere, continued the speaker,
there should be local and diocesan
unions. Thcro should be a friendly
rivalry, hand to hand, and strength in
tho bonds of union. Then the fondest
hopes of the union will lie realized.
ArosrnorrtK to rATnioTt.su
wss sublime. Ho said that the warmest
friends of the American Ilcpublic wero
tho Itoman Catholic. He paid on olo
qucnt tribute to John Boyle O'ltelllv,
and clocd wllh a peroration that dis
played the highest flights of oratory.
Mit u i. MOnriiY,
president of Carroll Institute, tho next
speaker, said that Catholic schools were
not only productive of literary excel
lence, but splendid oratory. Ifo spoko
of the combination of forces and union
of New York, a colored delegate, said
that everybody had been against tho
colored people but the Cath"Hcs, and
that, during slave days, the Catholics
wero their only friends. Ho loved
Catholics, because they had protected
the intcrosts of his race.
At 1 o'clock n recess was taken to
2.30 p. m when the session was
WA8 THERE A BATTLE?
Cunnictlnn llrportjnf the Tronhl lie.
tween Salvador unit OuatemwU,
New York, Oct. 8 A special to tho
ITtrald from tho City of Mexico says:
Tho dispatch received Irom President
Ezeta by Minister Pou yestordoy con
tained nothing about thoreportcd battlo
on tho frontier, but says that he Is push
ing tho question of exchanging pris
oners. Thero aro many rumors of a
fight, but no substantial teloerom from
cither Salvador or Guatemala. Ben
gocchca, tho son In-law of General Bar
media, believes there has been trouble.
He says that nearly all tho prisoners
captured by the Guatemalans were shot
Pou still maintains that if thoro has
Ixen any trouble It has been between
Chilians and not tho armies Bengoe
chca says thero aro only nbout U.000
toldlers on tbo frontier and that it
would tako ten days to have large
atmles confronting each other.
Colonel Cruz Alvarez, who arrived
hero jesterday from Salvador, does not
believe any light has cccurred. as
Barrillas has had all the war ho wants.
Tho Guatemalan telegraph lines are
controlled by the government, and It Ij
not possible to obtain news from the
capital except In cipher.
51,000,000 FOR A GUN.
A PATENT FOR WHICH THE COLTS
HAVE PAID A FORTUNE.
Uealli lu Drop or Liquid What the
UlflTarit Oun I (.IkaWlll ICavolu-
tluDlie Modern Vrfir,
According to news just received by
way of London, the Messrs. Colt, our
famous American gunmakers, have
bought the American rights to the
G lltard gun patents for 0O,O00. Ex
perts wno have seeu the gun In practice
aro enthusiastic In its praise. The
French Government Is said to be experi
menting on Its application to cannon of
the largest size.
What is the GIffard gun? A few
days ago It was exhibited at the bead
quarters of the Scottish Bide Volunteers
in London. M. GilTard himself was
present. To outward appearance it
was a simple thing enough, consisting
of a smah tube of toughen steel only
nine Inches in length, containing noth
ing that, when opened, the eve can see,
the ear hear, the nose smell or the
fingers touch. Yet, that small tube
may yet be destined to destroy empires.
WHAT TUK OUN IS LIKE.
The tough steel tube, nine iocUe
long, is charged with liquefied earbonie
acid gas, the same gas that we breathe
from our lungs after everv respiration,
but converted by llquefaetkm into one
of the most powerful propulsive known,
it is fixed to the banal of the ride in
iwh a way that when the trigger is
pulind a drop of the liquet!! gas is
foreed into the breech of the gun behind
the bullet, where, InstaataiMously re
suming a gaseous condition, it develops
a force equal to 300 pounds pressure on
the square Inch. The bullet la then ex
peUed at any degree of velocity dneired,
for the powder can he inerensad or di
wlnUhed by a simple turn of the screw
The pressure U equally distributed and
continuously Increased until the bullet
leaven the barrel. There is no sudden
explosion, such as that which consti
tute the constant puzzle o( the artillerist
to overcome. There is no saaoke, no
noise, no recoil, no smell, no heat.
OFF WITH A. FIZZ
A slight izz, like the escape of gas
from a soda-water bottle, is tke oily
snauasl which anntfunni fhff dlspefan
Q a htaUet tht Hastens itself astssist
the target at a distance of l.aOO yacejs.
These as no dancer front leakage. The
new pfopcHant to fajatifefftt to tones of
dnsnjt. It will not buret under tke im
pact of a keavy blow, and it to to en
that ttt bullets can be Uttd at tke coet
of a penny.
nat tk m we Hmiiree njr
Dnnvitn. Cc-i. , Oct. .. Deputy
I uited States Mm) Bunk kM sw
rived here fxotn belt Lake, whither ke
went to capture tke Muddy Creek (
robbesa. Busk located tke two wen
lant Aunuat in tke Blue Mreietaiaa
and started after tkein wkk a poaee
He chased tkees toons Wyonttae; to
I'tnh, thence to New Me&o. thence.
back to tke Blue ""- -- "
to tke Ln aalie IsTniintiitna wbBA rw
Parker wan captured titer a deasjerntn
reatotence Frank Rogers, tke other
IKj Vlu Wf&JUl I i Ujide lu J....J
ki Bwlc) Hub.1 Fur K
ITS DISCIPLES IN SESSION AT
ATTACK ON THE LITTLE SCHOOL-HOUSE.
Secular Plaew of Lwrning Will Not
WESTERN COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS.
More of Them Demanded Ministers
Called Upon to Pre-aeh and to Pray,
Home Mission Attain.
At the scvenly first annual conven
tion of the Evangelical Luthoran
Synod of Maryland yesterday,
after Tub Crime's report closed,
tho lay delegates were received and
their credentials presented. Tho dele
gates from tho church of Rev. Dr.
Dlclil of Frederick, Md., wore dented
admission until they complied with tho
conditions laid down by tho synod.
Tho annual report of tho president
was then road, giving n condensed
history of tho synol during tho last
Tho report also contained tbo hon
orablo dismissals, resignations and ap
pointments for tho last year. Tho
value of church propsrty during tho
year was Bhown to have been greatly
Increased. Tho president called atten
tion to thoso ministers who absent
themselves from tho synod and to
churches who do not contribute to the
treasury. Tho report also touched
upon the caso of llov. W. II, Jordv of
Froslburg, Md., charged with unmtnls
tcrlal conduct, and tho president re
ferred Mr. Jordy's application for hon
orable dismissal to tho convention for
The president then stated that on ac
count of the press of work tho syuodloal
sermon would be omitted. The annual
election then took placo, wllh tno fol
lowing results: i'resiucnt. Dr. A II.
Studcbskcr; secretary, llov. V. Miller
of Loltlersburg, Md., and William II.
In tho evening the synodlcal com
munion services woro hold. Ilev. Dr.
M. Valentine, LL. D.t of Gettysburg
College, delivered tho communion ad
dress. At the conclusion of tho com
muulon services an address of welcome
was delivered by Ilev. Dr. Uutler aed
replied to by President Studeluker.
The president of the Synod also an
nounced that tho hours of scwlon each
usy would be rrom 0 to 12-80 and from
UW to i o'clock.
At tho conclusion of tho services tho
following committees woro announced.
On the president's address. Hevs.
Parsons, Uurke.Stuhl and Mr. lllne.
On state of religion, Hevs. Coalman,
Finkblner. Ilotb, Messrs, Weaver and
On leave of absense. Itevs Heard.
Zimmerman and Dunn.
On Western conference, Hevs. Kelly.
Dehl and Stopport.
On communication of O. II. Torsli,
Revs. Domer and Miller.
On St. Mark's congregation, Hevs.
Evans, Trunk and Mr. Torsch; on
Lutheran Home, Hevs. Albert. Ilowen
and Mr. Frye, on excuses. Revs. Cook,
Homrigbaus and Mr. Robertson, com
mittee on Bridge Church, Revs. Turner,
SKseioxa to iuv.
The second day's session of the
Evangelical Lutheran Synod was
opened this morning by President
Studebaker at the Lutheran Memorial
The first business transacted was the
reading of the report of the IljanI of
Beneficiary Education, Dr. Butler chair
man The report showed a dedeleney
in the f uads to the amount of f 500. The
president then called for pledges to
make up the deficit, whieh were
promptly offered by members of the
Dr. Butler announced that Messrs. P.
F. Fox and George Ryneal bad tendered
AM BXCUHSrOK TO MOUJ.T VBKkOK
on Friday. The convention, by a unaal
mc us vote, accepted the generous "der.
The Rev. S. S. Detweiller of the
board of education addressed the con
vention upon the work of the board,
aad particularly' upon the progress of
Carthage and Midland colleges, and the
urgent seeds of the Western Institutions
of learning. The board, he said, had
no intention of building a theological
seminary, hut the Lutherans of the west
demanded were colleges and schools.
The needs of Pennsylvania and Wit
tenberg college he knew to be great,
but the needs of Western colleges wese
far greater. He called upon tke ntln
Utets to preach upon colleges and to
prey for tbesn. He also wade
A VtOLSkX ATTACh. OS SBCULAJt
and urgently demanded Christian col
lege and Christian churches, ruled by
Dr. Detweiller's addrees SnJeked the
iJnlf fttJOBftl kMttn&sVsttti. Tnatf BaMlUtfslat
then announced Dm. Butler. Donaer
and Parks an a fomntrMee to
look after tke devotional exerciaes foe
to day and to ntcesow. Tke Howe Via
tion affairs wese then taken up and Of.
Alberts' tddreae on lionw kHaelons
wens otakted to ke mad to-morrow.
Tke coMMiittee on tke charges of Mr.
C. n. Torack again! stev. I. V. 'Mm
ttwrswflif of Baltinsofe yffgtf tkat
tke charges wese
An eneousnging report was wed by tke
f"ejinilti't is cknnre of tke fiiitliitraa
- psis ans r msvsv aarnsBsnaTiBnasiBjt
Fetnadn Setninary at Lutkerville.
Bev- McLlnn of tke Tayla
vilie tMd.) church reuueeted aid for tke
ettbltMli mta-fit of a mindny ickMH fof
kit church- Tke nttittw was referred
mmw "wmrmwmrmmmmmmr rv- wrmtmmwmm vanvsnBPSinsSBSnssjSJr
Tke report of tke ndniatortal utttfJn
tntton was reed and adopted by tke eon
Kv D j Q Murris preaented a nw
olunWn provldlug fur tke am.cll nw
ttcath,e of thnkftHtwjto of eety iihsnV
kw d tke jrod wljo has died dAusnur
tke yee. Tke ceaolution we nan
Tke addxew of tke day was then de
livered by Rev U H Weber of York
Pa. on the orkof the
Juilns the jcar l'u. sika r t alcl
jeetof church extension, and compli
mented the ladles of the church for
their great work In that direction. The
address was concluded with an anrw
for the sympathy ami aid of the syn l
with prayers ami sermons even abnve
The following committees were an
nounced bv the president
Applications nf Meilah Church
Baltimore, Revs. M B. McLlnn. M. G
Scherer ana" M K May; Braddnck
Church, Revs. C. II. Butler. K Fei
ton ami K. D Zimmerman, St. MuSt'i
Church, Hagerstown, Hevs. O. Dlehl,
G. W. McSherry and J M. Miller.
Minutes of Midland Conference,
Revs. II II. Woher, W. T. McDaolel
and Mr. Daniel Ramey
Auditing committee on education re
port finances Messrs. J. N. Brandler,
II. N. Deatrlck and Daniel Neel.
Mlnutos of Western Conference
Revs. W. Kelly. S. A Dlehl and Mr.
E J. Stnokort.
Slate of religion Revs. L Ifuhlmin,
J. W. Finkblner, O. C. Roth and
Messrs. Kcedy and Weaver.
Presidential report Revs. Dr. Par
son, J, C. Burke, S. Stall and Messrs.
Parker and Hlnes.
Paper of C. II. Tosch Revs. Dr.
Domer and P. II. Miller.
Lcavoof Absence Revs. M. L. Board,
h. M. Zimmerman and J. W. Dunn.
Tho conference took a recess it 13:30
o'clock and reassembled at 3 o'clock
this afternoon. A motion for tho ap
pointment of a missionary superinten
dent for tho Maryland synod will
be presented this afternoon and will
probably create considerable discussion.
At tho conclusion of the moraine ses
sion a photocrapU was taken of the
members of the convention.
TO THE RECEPTION OF THE C0DST OF
PARIS IN THIS COUNTRY.
Slis Itrearili Htm ai n Iiuturlier or the
1'aace A Format l'rotftit The
Connt In Till Oily.
New Yoiik. Oct. 8 The Sun this
morning says the wildest Interest was
taken among politicians in New York
yesterday In a story sen; from Wash
ington that the Frenoh Legation had
complained to the State Department
over what was spoken of as the Cointe
de Paris "oftklal reception" In the
lower bay. The French Minister's ob
jection to the Count's reception by the
Collector in the name of the Presl lent
was band on the Minister's argument
that the Comtels practically adlsturber
of the peace, and desires to bring about
the destruction of the French republic.
From all that could be learned yester
day, the French Legation has gone off
on a tangent, and bos taken offense at a
few baimlcsi civilities which were
extended to the Comte de Paris.
Collector Krhardt was not In town
ycsteiday. Friends of his who went
down the bey with him say that the
Collector's remarks amounted to noth
ing more than extending to the Count
the courtesies of the port. These con
sist In expediting his baggage through
the custom house and taking him oil
the tteamshlp la a revenue cutter. It
was further learned that the Frenoh
Legation had cabled borne the report
that Collector Krhardt had welcomed
the Count In the President's name and
that the subject had resulted in long
letters between the Legation and Secre
Nothing could be learned at the
State Department aad the o&eiaU there
maintained a deeidedly diptocnatle
RKs'KWIKG OLD MEMORIES.
THB COUXT Or fAKIt BKTKRTAIXKD BV
Hie POXJSXK COMHAUM.
The Count of Paris, accompanied
by hU son. Count d'Hauasonville and
the Due d'Myls, yesterday aftereoon
visited the site of bU old home, whleh
be occupied nearly twenty Ave years
a$o. The bouse was situated at 1W1 I
Street, but the Count was somewhat dis
appointed to dad the obi houw torn
down and a new buUdlng standing on
is site. The walk was continued
ibroueh other parti of the eily, the
Ctiunt pointing out to his eosnpaaions
the gieat changes which had taken
place since hia former residence. The
dUtieiuisbed party all express greet
admiration for the wide streets and
handsome residences of Washington, j
but the spiilt of gaiety which wakes
Paris so famous, they say is lacking in
In the evening an inf orsnal banquet
was tendered to tke royal visitors at tke
Metropolitan Club by General Sckomdd.
The dinner was given for the purpose
of reuniting tke Count witk aotne of
kit eld comrades on Mcdellnn's staff,
and was an affair of unusual brilliancy
and elegance. General Sckotebl pre
sided at the head of tke table with tke
Count on hie right and Oeneral Wrigkt
on bis left. Tke remaining seals were
occupied by Colonel Parse val. General
licK-Lever, Colonel Nicholson Xar
quia Laateyne, Admiral Fianklia Sec
retary Noble, Due d'Orleans, General
O O Howard, General Casey. General
BrtcMnridge, Colonel Coppiogcr, Cap
tain MorbaJn. Cesjnt dTUausonviUe,
General Vincent, general Buit-raeld.
Due d'l'ie ami nneretury Kuk The
Count made a few temarks thanking
kit hosts fur their heepitaltty and re
clkd the memorise of tke war awak
end by the ramUUr faces around bun.
This morula tke Count and bis party
wade a visit to Mount Vernon on the
rusted Mates stonwanip Dispatch,
which 4 placed at tbcic diaposal
through the courtesy of buccetary
Twscy. The party will remain U lhb
dty until i o'clock this af tor noon, wkeu
they wUl Wave on the ateamer Qeorge
Leary for iHd Point, whew tntnato
wU be made to tke Richmoul bunt
Tke pnny Ht spend two day in Rich
menu, and then W tkn ttftt fc4ilt of
Virginia. Betwsntog to this city, the
Count vUbe mceived by Preatdi-ut
Hnrrtton, after wkkk tkat bttle ielda
of Aululiiu and Gettysburg til U. vU
1 1 . j i luakt m (.. I ! i
! i - il Ut.. Km! tu il
u. s - Uuj.IL a-1 j .
TONS OF POWDER
SIXTEEN PERSONS BLOWN TO
ATOMS AND MANY INJURED
BY AN EXPLOSIOM ATTHE DUPOfir WORKS
Fifty Emm Wricked and Five Hon
drid People Hom&lass,
MANY THOUGHT IT WAS AN EARTHQUAKE
Tke Sfaeek Fell Thirty-Five Miles Away.
Death and Destruction Spread Bread-
aaat Loss Over $1,000,000.
WtLSUNOTOX, 1)81, , Oct. a Tho
Dupout Powder Works blew up at 3:35
o'clock yesteiday afternoon, and sixteen
persons woro killed and many more were
Injured. Tbo explosion occurred In the
upper yard of tho Immense plant, and
was presumably caused by William It.
Qrcen, who Is among tho dead. Ue was
soldering tin over wooden boxes of giant
powder In a magazine, and It Is add his
soldering Irons were too hot. Tbo build
ings which were blown up were tho
packing-house, tho preesroom, two
magazines and a grtndlng-inlll. There
were flvo distinct explosions, and tho
concussion literally demolished all
structures within a radius of a quarter
of a mile. Five hundred people aro
homekss to-night, and nt least fifty
dwellings, with their contents, aro
As night wore on tho sceno became
more desolate. The devastated village
was barren of lights, and it was wordi
one's llfo to wander among the ruins.
Dr. Morgan of Wilmlngton.who arrived
early on the scene, said the spectacle
faltly rivaled the disaster caused by the
The work of clearing away ihef&
and looking for portions of tho bo lies
of the known dead will be actively bi
gun. The woods and creek banks Will
le scoured, and the piece of humanity
found will be burled nt the expense of
the Duponts. None of the residents
will lote any money, for the Duponts
will repa all who lose their household
A STOnt Of WONDEIiyiJI. RacAI'll
from death by the explosion at the pow
der works was told last night by Wll
Ham Haley, a foreman In one of the
coal houses of the Dupont Mill. The
coal house Is about twenty yards to the
east of the scene of the disaster. Haley
said: "I was standing In the doorway
of the coal houw and was suddenlr
stricken with terror by a thunderoui
sound. I saw a succession of bright
Hashes from the dltferent buildings.
The coal building shook and fell about
me. I stood amid the tMri paralyzed
end unable to move. How I escaped
being killed I don't know. Mv cloth
ing was torn and my face aad kinds
were scratched ; otherwise I was not
hurt. When I regained my senses I
rushed to mv home on the hillside,
about H0Oards away. It was a must
of ruins. I found my daughter-la law,
Lizzie Anderson, wlthberarm broken.'
Joseph A. Huck of Itocklaad was an
eye witness of the explosion. "While
I was looking at some men handling
kegs of powder." be said. "I felt the
XAHTK SI.IPI-IXU WtOH UXDKR MR.
I beheld sheets of name aad vast
clouds of smoke. Reports sounding
like the firing of thousands of eanaoo,
followed In quick aucceeslou. High
masses buildings and earth were
thrown hundreds of feet in the air.
Their fall was accompanied by fearful
erashes. From where I stood It was Im
possible to tell in what order the mill
Iwlldinna were blown up. but it was the
big ulddie magazine building that ex
"I rushed to the nearest tree and hid
myaelf front the destruction. The tree
shook as if in a bunicane. It appeared
to be the sound of some heavy mat-trial
lulling to the ground. I looked twenty
aid ahead of we aad saw a stone, no
doubt part of the foundation of one of
the mill buildings It was about two
iiet long and a foot wide. The du
i nut front w bete I stood to the seene
of destiucdon was about a mile. I wu
half blinded and choked by the
the xtMse o nn ifcuitw.
Among the ntany injured the foltew-
names have been obtained Willi
Dennison, engineer, fatally hurt.
Eugene Dupont. Colonel H. X. Du
pont and Dr. Alexis Dupont were in the
office wrecked by tke erpineioe. but
were only slightly eut by firt II sw plaster
and broken glase. Edward CollUon,
keed clerk, severely cut about tke bead,
W. J. Mat-lew, a clerk in the oattce,
was obliged to escape through a re
inter and sustained serious injurie.
Winfiehi Waters, eye blown out,
Andrew Godfrey, lacerated arm and
Up by the fall in of kie house. James
Denntton, founu in engine-room buried
in Mru, lnlereally kttrt, F rank Hattto,
scalp badly torn. Thomas Dougherty
3 uionlhs old, son of George Dougherty,
Bl die, William Loku. head cut,
John McDowell, right hand and arm
hurt, James McCiaierty, bead cut.
Charles Godfrey, arm cut. Joseph
SckotMd, injured about tke head.
June Hunter, driver, wounds of heed
ad fate cuasd by aying nueaile. 4
D. jUearpcrtier. clerk, face and bands
badly cut, Patrick GUsen, lnboeer, con
tuecd and UicUed wounds of tke bead
and face, Uenry Bihiden. Ubxer.
general contuaiona of tke body Henry
Holu, laborer, .-rioui iujortos of tke
head and body Aonk Haxkios. incised
wounoa oi the lace. bead, kande aad
upper part of tke body dun to ker home
failing o her, Robert Hunter, work
man. supetskiel wound of tke body.
Mr Moans Moore, left side contused
and ipchmd wound of tke head and leata
Sato Ward. ? years old, badly cut nd
kriilai.il ami posntMy internally injured ,
Mtoni WtfidL 3 years old, bend and
fl9 kfjJUy cut, iotvrnnj iniuMKe nnd
kck (tike pkysicinne ksvte but Ujttte
huf of srta h-r )if James Hank.
workman. W broken ad -.rushed
ba -. condtuun . niu J V tlliani Casey,
HI. - OB
member of the firm, nmM at a late hour
last night that it was Impoeftlbte t give
a clear statement of the disaster. There
hsd 1tp srvrn exploaions, ami aHnut
hslf a doren of the twenty bnlldtafs In
the upper yartl had gtme Mp. The only
peoph- who cotihl give any aeconnt of
the affair, he said, were dead. "All the
members of our family," hesnrd, ' were
cut more or leii, but none were seriously
Injured." The exrdoslon of the powder
works was both heard and
FKT.T IX MAST TOW.VS
throughout New Jersey, and dtspate'tea
have been received fmm many points
staling that enrth(iitake shocks h-l
been Mainly fell by the Inhabitants. At
Glassbtun' the people were rnnlc
strleken and rushed from their houses
In alarm The earth trembled, awl
In several places glassware was thrown
At PleamnlTllIe, Hamilton, Mount
Holly and ivrn as far as Trenton the
shock wss distinctly felt and caned
profit alarm among the people. At
Mount Holly the court house was
crowded, anil when the muffled sound
was heard, followed by a trembling of
the buildings, the crowd rushed out
Into the open air in teiror It wm wtno
time before Imslnem could e resumed.
COnitRCTBl) I.tST OF Ktt.I.RK.
Tho following Is a Corrected list of
the killed. William McGarvey. single,
laborer, seed -10, head blown off, body
found. William It. Green, a solderer,
body found, haves a wife and four
children, Michael Hnrrlgsn, IMtrlck
Dougherty, aeed 30, married, Oiven
Newell, aged 50, an employe lu the
yard, leaves n family, John H. Hnr
rington, laborer, need .10, married,
Jamos Dolan, aged 30, stngle; Martin
Dolan, aged 05, graining mill employe,
leaves a family, John Helher, laborer;
Michael Helher, laborer Hose Dough
criy, ae,ed 30. was found in the garret
of her houo crushed by the falling in
of tho roof She died soon after the
CAUSE OP Till. DtStSTKK.
It Is believed that tho disaster was
caused by Green, tho solderer, who
was using a soldering Iron In fattening
the tin covers on cans of powder. It
Is thought that the soldering iron be
came too hot and that It fired the
THE "THDNDERER" BANGING AWAY
AT AMERICAN POLITICIANS.
The Iilah Pitmlnn I'uml llnnuunce.l n
a Slrrn I'lillllral Trick The
TIiium,'" IUlw or the
I.OMION. Oct. 8 A leading artlole la
the London Tim yesterday wld
"The promoters of that Ingenious bit of
electioneering, the Amerlcan-IrUh
famine fund committee, are not un
naturally ruttied at the detection of
their very simple plin. The brief no
tices we publish to (hy of some of the
more prominent pations of that single
eyed charily show how fullv Instiled
was our description of these p'bllanthro
plsts as politicians and journalUls.
"Kx President Cleveland Is, of course,
the most eminent Democratic rtndidate
for the Presidency President Hayes U
at present out of politics, bjt would
dearly love to be in aaaln. Depew was
a candidate i.,r ibe Kuimbllcaa nomlaa
tion In lSH aad U well known to be In
training for that of 1P03. Colonel
Shepard, who manages iJepew'a orean
among the press, la quaintly deacrlbetl
as that gentleman's 'political promoter'
and a notorious wire puller.
"As to Ebret, the representative of
Tammany, no more need be said to In
form the merest ijro In A merle t a pol
itiea that be I an active political In
triguer. Phillips U the editor of a
stralgbtout parly paper. Helwontisa
heavy contributor to campaign fundi
and the father of a well known politi
cian, while Itwlpath, as we anticipated,
is the eminent advocate of murder by
"The precipitate benevolence of this
noe-poliiieal committee seeme for the
present to have canted a good deal of
embarratement to Mr. Parneil's friends.
Tbey want money, it la true, they even
need money for the relief of the starv
ing, but, as Mr. Healy'a remarks last
night showed, they also want the spend
ing of the dollars to rest exclusively In
their own discriminating hands.
To collect money for all who are dU
trtfcsed may poseibl) auberve the polit
ic 1 ends of American Democrats, but
ucb a fund will be a hindrance and not
a kelp to the champions of the plan of
campaign. They nave already inti
mated their desire tq receive the funds
raistd by Mr 1 ted path and hie friends,
aid. eomddertng the present diaorgen
ud stale of Imh parties in Amettoa, it
ma) be interesting to see what step they
lake to capture it "
JU0T AMOKG FLOW WIAYItl
A HxlulUii mt H'kM4 tka Cmhm at
fATAaacaCA, Pa, Oct. . Mow
than SOU silk mill strikers and their
friend took put in a riotous lienton
tirettou here yesterday nganat Sup jria
tendent Pegener ana Ave of tke forty
inn striking silk plush weavers who
bad returned to work at tke Unicorn
! Hill. The latter were first attacked,
i Tke entire force of book knejent,
Uerks. etc , was also set uoon. While
tke person, who bad given oafsaee to j
tke striken were going three quarter! '
of a mile to their hotel, they were eov
ered with black mud and presented a
awry tight wken they reached it. The j
aaenultsm pnrty otTeted no teeiitnne. t
A large face of uuikx is on duty, m
renewed violence It expected, fan
trouble is tke result of a seduction nf J
wage. Tke wib-mwt tkytntfrnut to shut
don tke will, if the snob violence
Tfc l4WisMaft 1 rtitrainai $Mm Ma&tt-
" we " awwsws r s"qBpsnwp et' isjsfcsan1
UAUtanvstf. lit tkt The third
day of tke President journey opened
asjMi ttiifiirbtiitiT When ke awoke in
bk soona t the NaMoaai Hitel. Peoria,
the sun was bluln brightly and tke
air was crisp and cool Tke Pceaidnnt
bad bad a good igkt' ret and van In
excellent health and spirita. M T.W
Mayor Cinrke and a delegation of neui
nawt cssmna eacrtod butt to tkn wlnip
nkete tke President mnde a esanssi to
a large taemMge. i& wkkk ke
i hanked them for Uk-Ii benrtv wel
1 ,U J
t Jl lAAtfc
GALL ME "BEN!"
90 8ATS HARRTS0N TO HURRAir
QUAY, ALARMED MB AK00SE8, AC12-
MaiMiser's Ptft MtM RtiwrtS
tfhalr ta Ike kaeai
A CORRUrT CASPA15N CONCOCTED,
Brass Bisd Mik4 U Prevail, Vwltt
Gever af Whick Cnrrttptfen Funis
Wilt Be Freely District!.
President Hartlwn reerlud InilUnx
yesterday sml the liRppy Hooslers gave
him a howling welcome. He made a
little speeeh at Lawrencemug, the home
of Holman, the Great Objector. No
objection was offered, however. IIiU
Dearborn County will give its uwnl
Democratic majority ami Holman will
be returned to Congrese quite as a wel
ter of course
Secretary Tracy appears to lie In a
perpetual State of astonishment at the
vociferous enthusiasm with whleh the
Presidential party Is greeted nnd the
apparent popularity of the President.
He forgets that all Presidents are greeted
in that way, and tbat just as large
crowds would turn out to look at an
clcphnnt as turas out tognre ou a Prod
dent. The only thrilling Incident recorded
by the ftdlhful Jenkins was that of nn
old man coining up and calling the
President lien. "Ilow are ye, Hen ?"
said tbts undent man. "I voted for
your grandfather and then voted for
you." (a long time between votes "aad
I hope. lien, I'll have the chance to vote
for jnu again. You don't mind if L
call you Ilea?"
The President, records the faithful
Jenkins, assured bis visitor thit to hit
old friends lie hnjied always to rettultt
"Hen" as of yore, ami the crowd loudly
spplauded the sentiment.
It Is a pity there was no band prnttnl
to play "Should auld acfiualntanee b
forioiT" or "Where did you get Ibil
hatJ" or some other appropriate tune.
Senator IJuay has at last awakenel
to the dismal danger of defeat to DeU
mater and disaster to himself. lie Um
taken command of his cohorts In per
son. Ills first move wit ta
depose Chairman Andrews front
his position of chief lieutenant
and confidential adviser and to cili in
Collector of Port Cooper, formerly
chairman of the Slate committee.
Coojht Is a shrewd manager and a deft
manipulator of political wires. He l
red beaded, coungeom and sanguine.
The tdan agreed on yesterday by
Quay and his lieutenants (a a bold anil
desperate one, and involves cunning awl
far reaching corruption of the ballot
box. During the last ten day
of the campaign all the ItepnMi
can strength will be coooealraled
In Philadelphia Mass meetings will
be held In several wards each night, at
whleh the candidates will appear. X
great cry about saving Phlladainfei
will go up. On the surface every
thing will be abandoned except Phila
delphia. But below the surface the real wot !c
will be done. Trustworthy corruption
agents of the G. O. P. wiil engage in
still hunt in the interior counue nf lb a
bUte to save every Kepuwican tkanUM
and purckaee every floater in tke wtr
net. The same disreputable court wilt he
followed in Philadelphia, the na
bands, orators nnd torchlight ptew
atom being merely designed to alftejt
j.ublie attention away from the t
It te peomlsUg pten, and It stnatttrat
prcduct of Quayitm
in sspiii -tawi ii an hhmppp 'n'wiiwiii i
Heticiu TM futmt
A Mitn Cal4 t imanil 1m l
K1UMW MH Vawtly,
Maton. Ga . Oct. 8 -IaibeHotntan,
County Superior Court at Perry yaastw-
day Thomas Q Woolfolk was a ootJ
time sentenced to be banged onOctnbne
9 for the murder of ten insmheri nf
hia father family, in Bibb County, U
August. lT The case it tka matt
notable one in the criminal annate af
tke Stoto. On the nigkt of AuguatT lit?.
Wool folk toon an axe. and going fcont
room to room bt hi father's frTiW
butchered every one el tea Innntn
while tkey slept. They were his fasiktr.
attp-mother. ibree kalfeiataw, tkmw
knit bsotkers. one infant in arm a4
an aged aunt, Mrs. West.
Tke murderer was tried in thi city in
Kovember, t7. and afterward hnr(C
been given a new trial by tke hiipwsint
Court with n change of venue, wan ttv
tried in November, !, Petty, fct
Ucukton County lie wne convtotti
and sentenced t j bm hantrd os jm
tke lower court wa suatalned, and late
sentei.ee ywterdny waa tlaai wlMI
aaaea woat ne nam w any w ny m
should not ke No&ounced Wo
aaid 'Kotktoat nt all, otuy I aa
cent. 1 didn't doit, stilil would i
Mine ke in m v tms than simon
a I am. I'm ready to receive my WaV
Um Yon, Oct. ft -About m tko
wanufatfiiAters, representing all pnta of
tke eountey. met here yetetdaf , fjtd
nJaniWHKlav nappS eapl "PSmIB "WS Va BSSJplp 1
in tke price of nkoea. This mmu
would ke from twenty &v totVUf mal
J to4 want to ntnke ntaney H so,
twUat Wtaue Unuchta. bckli inlaid
Mm see second pg Jjm y . wigjstr
mm .onMr roarteensb and i trcte a. .
Loei VaaAataw 1uhu
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