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FRIDAY EVENINO. APRIL 20. 1906.
QOTKBKOB SWAHSOV'a addreaa at the
University ol Virginia y'eaterday wa* a
brilliant lealure io counection with the
celebration ol .lelferton Pay. The (Jo?er
n.irrecalled thebalcyoti dayaof biaearlv
yottth when he waa a atudent at the
Univeraity and in a fervid manner re
prodaead aaajaaa and iucideutnof by-gone
?aaia, pfaaaiaad to do all in bia power an
Oovataof for the enhaucement of the in
tereala of ihe titoe honored inatitution
and pai.l a fitting tribtite to the aatne.
The apaakef recalled a galaxy of illna
trious nien who had been aent forlh froui
tl.e inatitution?men wuo had becotne
the foretnoat in the natioa'a hietory
aud wboae nanaea had becotne iramortal.
Iii* referencen Io Jerleraon were apt and
auggeative, and be depicted in a glowin^
manner the great Virginian iu the per
formauccof hia dutiea t > bia State aod
onaatrj. The Uovernor auioug other
ilnug- naid :
"We ueed to feel ooca tuore that in
tellectual wealth ia jjreater thau uiaterial
wealth. The liuie ahould omie agaiu
when the hero of the colltge ahould not
b? the caplaiu ol the football leam, but
Ihe atudent whoae oplendid intelleclual
attainmenta point to a lile of uaelulne*a
and greatneaa The time nauat conie
again when wouianhood will prefer com
panionnhip with brave hearta aud noble
-i ula Itent oa lolty purpoan ratber than
with tho*e *boM wile altraction cousiaU
in their ability to furniah ihe gatidy tin
nel aad J?coralion of wealth. Patriotic
pablie interest aud aeutiuient indeed
ueed awakening when the great daily
with Ihe taatca <if their readera, devole
two papett to ratec, ,iri/.e lighuand batie
ball and acarceiy a columti to the prc
Madjuga ol our i.alioual t'ongreaa."
J'lie Kpeaker relerred rapidly to preaent
eooditioaa it> tlii^t country, Ihe reign ol
plulocracy, the worahip of wealib and
gaudioeaa ol national rarrouadiaga, eoa*
trasting auch a regiuie with the uobler or
der ol thinga which at one liuie exiated
and which every good aud ttenaible man
ahuuld deaire 10 aee teproduced. The
l invernor in cloaiug aaid :
" Young gentlemen of the -'outh, the
tdock ot npfortunity atrikca our bour of
work and responaihility. Frudence and
patriotiaiu alike deinaud that we ahould
no longer contine our political activitiea
|0 loea! mattera, but we ahould modestly
liut lirmly inaiat tipon equal parlicipa
tiou iu coutrol aud direction of uational
afair-*. Sirc, anitnated by a patriotiaai
that is national, atirred by the memorie*
ol the large conlrihnlious that our fathera
bave inade Io national greatnes* and
glory, thrilled by the preaent posaihili
tiet ol our actioo, which poiata to a
grealer lulure, let us ol the South reaolve
to anawer all demaixN tnade upon ua by
our cominon umntry and Io aid thi.i
glorioua republic i<? adraaei along tbe
pathwayol jualice, liberly aud progreaa."
Ar ihi: begiuning of each year cer
tain paraoaa calling themaelves aeera
prelend to loretel! ihe atatlliug eveut*
which are to occur during the followiug
.'fti.'i daya. Aa a matter of curioaity, a
Jial idcalaniitie-, prepared by oaeSpaag
Jer, was pabliabad iti the ;(Ja/.ette dur?
ing Ihe early part of laat January.
AinoiiK *b evenla piedicled were a de
atrtutivc eruptiou ol Mount V'esuviux,
aud terrible earth^uakea iu C'aliforni;.
< >lher thiugs which are to lurni proini
ueut cbapteia in thi* year'a biatory, ac
OOtdiag I" Spmgler, are the tidlowiug
The diaaoluUoa of riuaaia, aaaaaaiuation
of IbeCtar, overihrow of Turkey and
Ihti aaaaaaination nf the Sulian, protract
*d r.ice war iu the South, volcanic erup
tion.H aud rolcaaoa iu all part* of ihe
world, aud atoraM and cyclouea, with
terrible loaa ol life, capecially at aea.
The eruptiou ol Vaaoriaa hihI the (!ali
foruia eartbquakc are curious eoioci
cJaaoea iu counection with ."Spangler'a
Tin BBIBlMMsAMM kfl the obaerva
tories throughout Ilaly on Wedue*day
rOCOrded distinct earthipiake shocks.
Tbooe ot the observatory at Florence,
which have the moat perfect instruments,
indicatel that an eartlnpiake had been
iell at a dislance ol over 7,000 milea
The ahocki \\ere so severe that they iu
jured the ioetrOBMOta. The direotor ol
the Florence Observatory is ol the opin
ion that the eartlnpiake in C'alifornia,
viewed in connectton with the outbreak
of Monnt Vcsuvius and tbe earthquake
in Calabria in September last, indicatea
the approach ol lurther terreatrial con
robiooa Theee obeerrBtioaa, while San
Francisco is lyiig in r.iins, are likely to
cause uneeaiceee in many cities id the
THE iki iii ot tbe savin^r, 'Kiches
lake unto themselvea wiugs and rly
away," has agaiu been iBjOWfl in the
caae ol klra. Hermau oelricha ( uee Miss
Theresa Alice Fair ), ol New York. She
retired Tooadaj nighl iu the poatBBeloB
of uiillions. When she aroae yealerday
inorning *he was made to reali/.e that
her vaal IbftOOO had l?een swept away
alinoM instantly by the t'alitornia earth
ipuake. Yesterday ahe declared ahe waa
as poor bb anv OOO, aii her valuable San
Francisco proportjr OOO being a heap of
The CQOdiUoo of Yeauvius becomea
steadily uiore rea&auojing. Ezplosioua
are fewer, and leaaaaod is being emitted.
ICorreapoodenee of the Alexaudria Oatette.l
Secretary Shaw received a telegram
Ihia morning from Oaklaod telling of
tbe complete destrurtion of <he ?ub
treaaury, but bearing the gratifyiug in
formalion that the $30,000,000 cootain
ed in the vaults baa been savtd and is
now being guarded day aud nigbt by a
company of aoldiera. The telegram waa
aigned by .1. M. McC'lure, a bookkeeper
iu ihe sub-lreaBury. whoapparenlly per
formed aonu good work iu the abaence
of bia superiors. No word has corae
Irom either Sub-Treaaurer Jacobs or
Caahiir Burua, aud the treaiury author
itie* bere are convinced that both these
ofliciala loH their lives in tbe diaaater.
Mr. McClure'a telegram, dated laat
nigbt, ia aa followa: '"Sau ProodBOO
couipletely deatroyed by lire lollowing
earthquake. Sub-treaaury burned yea
lerday alteruoon. lluder ditfieulty I
reached wreck ol buildiug this morning.
Vaulia appear intacl. Fouud no guard.
Fioally commuuicated with Geu. Fun
alon, aud aecured coutinuoua delail of
one compauy of aoldiera. Uuable to
hxate aaaiatant treasiirer, therefore
acled ou own re?pousibility. Obootic
coudilioii. Mint buildiug and vault aale.
I'lease arrauge with Secretary ol War for
military proteclion to treaaury vault."
Cousiderabie alarni is feli in otlicial
circlea over tbe silence of Aasistant
I'reaaurer Jacobs, aud Cashier Burns
of tbe Bafl Francisco sub-treaaury and
Stiperintendeut Koberls ol the custom
houae in theaame city. Not a word has
beeu received Irom any of these ollicials
and it ia feared that they lost their lives
either iu tbe earlhquake or the lire
which has followed Ihe sei-mic. convul
aion. Mr. Jacobs. especially, has a
record for promptnes- in the diopolca of
ofticial business, Secrelary Shaw believes.
aod nothing short of his complete dis
ablement would preveiit him Irom al
once comniuuicaiing with iieadquartei*.
It was suggesied at Ihe Treaaury De
partmeut this morniug that Messrs
Jacobs and Burus probnbly hastened to
ihe sub-treaaury aa BBOfl as ihe earlh?
quake occurred and fougbl tbe fJ UOOl
which broke out B009 afterward. It is
quite wiibio Ihe rauge ol pooalbility
that they were either kilied or disabled
i i the btOBB, -Mr. Uoherts, the ihird
otlicial missing, lives acroas the BSJ Irom
San Francisco, aud may BO( have be* 11
able to either reach the custom b'MMM
or communicale oilb Wanhiugton.
The Navy Departm *nt thn OKtrniog
received a dispatch froui Admiral Mc
Calla, al Mare Island, dated VfOtfrdat,
giviug a resiiiue ol ihe lire's progrroi in
Sju Fraucisco up lo B o'cJock iu the
evooiog aud staling that ihe river Irml
Iihs eacaped doatlOftloO, Navy Depart
i,?iit lugs haviug aseisted iu figbting
ihe lire aloug the docks. Me stated
ihat ihe annored crnjsers Soiilh Dakola
aod C'alifornia, now being coiistriirted
al ihe llmou Iroa Work*. had escaptd
i' juiy. He addtd lhal he had aent a
tug load ol provisious to the city iu
order to prevent sufferiug from lainiue.
In order to relieve Ihe monelary bU"B
liofl at San Francisco, Secrelary Shaw,
of the Treasury Deporln eul, BBl bten
a?kfd to favor the inimediale passage of
a bill autorizing the doposlt ol govern
ineut cash in all banks of the Blrickofl
ciiy uuder the same COidiUool as now
ifply to natioual hanking iostitutiooa.
Pb'a pian, il carried out, would allow
?iu- private banks Iu secqre what inoney
hey B*Od upon the deposil of /overn
inciil bonda wilh the treasuiy. I'nder
ihe existiug law only nalional banks are
allowed thia privilege. Secrelary Shaw
has not yet decided upon hi? COOroi Ifl
Bear Admiral McCalla has wired the
Navy Hepartment as I'ollows Irom Mare
Island : "Viaited San Francisco OOf
mg uight aouth ol Market streel. City
dtslroyed irom wa'.er front lo ne,v posl
i flce and lo hills lo south; uorth ol
Market atreel, Ir m Ihe water I'ront lo
I'owel! and Broadway. Fire siill burn
iug liercely. Loas ol lile mueh exinrger
aed. Have sent all mariues available."
For the purpose ol p.-eserving order
and aasialing iu the work of reliel at San
Francisco, the War DOdOrlOMMl bs-or
dered iwo baltalions of the 2()tb inlan
Iry and the 2nd squadmn ol Ihe 14th
cavalry lo that cily Irom M mterey,
I'reaident BoOBOVetl has received mes
sages of coudolence from 1'rin a Henry
of Prussia, the Preaideut of Mexico and
Coiinl Wilteof Kussia. Mes<ages have
also been r*ceived Irotu the I'rcsident ol
Bra/.il, the Kuiperor of Aiistria, the
I'resident ol (iuatemala, the (iovernors
and I'remiers of Au tralia and New
South Wales, the Protidool of SoitOBf
I iiid, and lh<> vice raoool of ludta.
Duriug Mr. LafoMettea railway rale
apeech, today, tlic Wisconsin Senator de
clared that "The MOOfda *o far aa they
liave been expoaed, ahow thal railioad
otlioials wi;h rareexceptiona are criuii
uala under the Hlatutes. This was in
replyiag to a receut attaraaca ol Mr.
I'uraker, that the railway officiala were
Today'aQabiaataaaaioa ?;is aaalalf darot
e I to tht'colisidt-nttion of llie ihIiihiIv tlnil
Ii.i? befalinn the eiiy of San Franeiaco, aad it
waa aaaidcd that Baeratarj Matoalf, af the
Departnient of Conimerif and I11I101, wkoat
hoine il Mt Oakluml, tdinuld arocaad iniinedi
ately to the ktii>ken eity a* llie rtpraaaata
tiveoflha adiniiiistnition llt will ooaaolt
with (iovirnor i'nnlee, tt Culifornia, and the
uiunii'ipul authorities of Baa Frmi-iwo and
adviaa the Pnaidenl arhal nmy ba doaa toal
lt-.iaie laadiatraaa. Baeratarj IJctralf aill
lesve for <'itlifornia lliis al'teriioon.
I'lieSupervi-intJ Arrhitert of the Treamiry
Deparluent thi? inorinng nveivrd the fol
0(wlna talagrain fr?.w Poatanatei Dargie, ol
<'akland, (al.: "San Franeiaco totally rnin
nl. San Praaeiaoo poatoflire wrecked and
niity rollapse at auy tune. Mint aml paatoBaea
oiilv boihnaaa reniaiuing standing in baoi
ne?a aectioo- Oar offire only slightly mjured.
I>os Angelea. Stockton and S.irramento a,fe.
Only live killml iu Oakland. San Frami-.n
inercantile and iusurauee liruis opeuing up
hu iueaa at OakWad."
ludaoii Faust, aged 51, amployed in the
Treasury Departuienl, cniuuiitted suieide I -!
tiiehtat hia Doaaa. SU i.tth street Matbaeat,
b] inhaling illuu.inating ga*.
An Appeal tor the SnA>rer?
New York, April 20.- The National
Krderaliou ol Churchea aud L'hriatian
Workere aeoda out the followiug appeal
tor aid foraufTeringSan Franciaco: "The
nioat appalling diaaater known in butnan
history haa fallen upon San Franciaco.
I he city haa been utterly deatroyed by
eariliquake and fire. Three hundred
th iu?and pereona are niade homeleaa.
C'liigreaa baa made an a|ipropriation for
hclp and the Prenideut ha* appaakd to
the couutry for additional aid Ibff tbe
bouoaieaa and auffering. We reeoaiaiaad
to all religioua orgaoizationa tbat their
firet Sabbath meetinga they takea gener
oua contribution for aid, and contrihu
tiona receivesl be aent to the pmper
denominational repreaentatirea or to the
IUd Croaa Society in Waabington, the
mediutu recornmended bv the I'reM
NVwh of the Day.
Io tbe Senate yeaterday Mr. Bailey
explaine<l wbat had occurred iu the
democratic conference Wedueaday od
the railroad-rate bill, and in the course
of hia reraarka declared tbat be would
aupport the Loug aoiendrneut If tbe
frieiida of that propoaition would accept
hia oon-auapenaion proposal.
The Univeraity of Pennaylvauia yea?
terday participated in tbe Franklin bi
centenary with exerciaea at the Acad?my
ol Muaic, in Philadelpbia. Honorary
degreea were conferred upon King ? I
ward, ol England, andolher dislinguiah
ed peraouagea, including Profeaaor Jobn
Williain Mallet, of Univeraity of Vir
Au earllnjuake ahock which waa felt
diatiuctly throughout Hancock, Mich.,
aml was more prnnounced iu the Quiucy
minc, killed Tiinotby Leary aud injured
lotir otbatl while workiug oue rnile be
low the earth'a aurface in tbat property
yeaterday In nuuieroua inatancea build
iugs rocke<!, cbimueya lell, and diahea
raltled, terrifyiug the cilizena and caus
ing scores of uieii, women, and children
|0 rush Iroui their houies. Many tnin
ers on Ihe day thilt re'uaed to go below
Joaaph Jobaaaa, 66 years old, reaid
ing on llie Morrow Farm, uear New
riiinherland, W. Va., waa attacked by
ii larotioaa hog Wedneaday and hia con
ditiofl is crilical aa a reault. Hia right
icg and oue of hia ribs were broken and
he received a ganh on tbe leg which
eaaaad him uearly to bleed to dealb.
Httl for the arrival of bia daughter be
would d'ltibtlea* have been killed. John
?"ni, noiicing a atrange hog anioug bia
drove, tttteinpled to drive it away, when
it turned on him.
Mr. .fohn I'.ank", cashier of the Na?
tional Bank of (.'heaapeake Oity aud
I?inuer Treaaurer of CVcil cotinty, Md.,
died yeaterday ni'irniug at hia hoine in
(Jhcaapeake l.'ily after a aboft illnesa,
death reatilting froin a tiihhone. which
Mr. liinks awailowed oa Wedneaday of
laatwetk. He aurtertd inteme agony
I i cveral daji and, owing to the poat
lion of the hone, ihe pbyaiciaua were un
ahle t ? Jtive him relief. Wedneaday
inoriiing hia condition became critical,
when he auhVred a lieinorahage. A
l>nsiii)urteiii ahowed tbat the labboM
had penelrated a latge arlery.
F.ight haadred eoleffad men and wn
uirn abonl lu-titutii.nal Alrican Melho
dial Bpiaeopa'Cbarcfa iu Obioagn laal
nii'ht with Hpplau-e when ld* Wella
Itirnetl arffkad ihe hlark uiau to pul a
revolver iu bia po kct aud "auticipate
ihe white man in his dt-villry." The
occaaion tor the ape ch waa a meeting
called to protes! agninst Ihe tnob vio
Ui.ii' Ihui haa hrnughi Springfield, Mo.,
inioproniiuencetjuring the l*e( few daya.
W|jen the apaakiag had eniled resolu
tioitM were adopted urging Freaiitent
Booatvafl to take sorne ateps io prolect
ihe negro race froin destruclion at the
banda of the white*.
Dlapattihca rwalrad la LoaaVaa M?te tiiai a
-li.'lit e.irlhi|iiake idioek ?a> fell in llouo
lulii yeaterday. Only a few house" owever,
Kichard Key*. of Katupiier coiinlv,
aud Miss I.illiau (jarriaoa, daughter of
Joaaph Oarriaon, of Stntford cciinty. were
niarned Wedueaday at Htarloal Springa.
(Jhwaaoa Kudaaille, jr., Ifie thirtecn
year old aoa of Ulareuc? Kttdaaille, of
l.imeinu, was killed by the accideutal
diacbarga ol a ahotguu Wedneaday afler
Mias Keldie Prexgravea, daughter of
||r. Hegry Preagravea, of Loudoun
coiinty, waa married Wedneaday even
in? to Jobn A. Havenner, aon of Henry
Havenner, a proaperoua farmer of tbat
The hoine of (.'ol. aml Mrs Alexau
dei Camerou, iu Kichmond, waa the
scene of a beautiful marriagc yeaterday
?oraiag when their daughter, Miaa
Flora Cimeron, 1 ecame the brid>' ol
tieoige /.iiiu, ol Orangc countj.
The Kichinoml Howilz-ra yeaterday
ni< ived their new hattery of breecb-load
lag field guna. There were aix cara
loaded with the etjuipuient, iucluding
f".ur gaaa, aix eaJaaoaa, battery wagou
aud lOfgC liuiHtr. There are 70 se-ts
of haruess, trappings for tweuty mouot
ed men, complele pi|uipmeut for 160
men on the march or iu cauip, iuclud
iag pialob) and side arma.
Jadaa A T. Kmbrey, in the Corpora
lion I'otirl at Frederictaburg, yeaterday
dehvered a v gomus charge to tbe gratid
jury, Btaliag tbat chargea of grali aud
corriipiioii had been made iu counectiou
wiih the ad'iiiuistratiou of the city g<|v
eriiminl He wanted the uialler
thoroughly iuvestigaled. Iu accordajice
with the judge's instructiona a number
of wituesses were summoued. The grand
jury coiild not complete Ihe work yea
lerday and adjourned intil today.
Aiulrcw l>a.vcnport, colored, now iu
jiil at Newporl N'ewx awaitiug execution
lor Ihe inurder ol Willie Thomas, color?
ed, has wrilten a letter to the (Jovernor
asLing that the otlicers be compelle<l to
lake him to the river either the day be
belore or the day of the execution iu
order that he may be b.tptizrd by im
merniou. Tlie prisoner ?<uvs he doea not
objecl to being handculled and manacled
while the rite is be'ng perlormed. The
nentcnce is to be executed souietime in
Mystery MBrVOOOOO tbe ahooting of
Morgau Tevault, employed as au eugi
neei by theStepbens L'ity Milling Com
pany near Wincheeler. Tevault waa re
turning to his home !ate Wedueaday
night, wben the cntents of a shotgun
were emptied iuto his lega. A band of
whitecaps made au attack mi the home
of Plii ip Chapman about the time of
tbe ahooting, burling stones and other
miasi es at the house. Chapmau armed
himsell with a shnlguu aud fired aeveral
abota in the dirootiOB of tbe crowd Ihe
allacks peaeai afler I'lispman shot. It
is uoi known whetber Tevault waa
OOOOded in this wny. Severul days
ago Cbapman'a wife received a letter
aigued "Whitecap*,"' iu whicb threals
against ibe woman were made.
Natural Bridge Sold.
Al a lueeting of the ktorkbuldera of tbe
Naiural Bridgr iMnreloj nent Coinpauy held
Tuei-lay, iu arebainerl. tlie sale of ?(??* Nktur
mI Bridge was cloaed U> fchaare. Paxton, Sl?v
eiu. and Speucer. Tht re BaW beeu two cum
|.aalei ewalag property al aad arouud ibe
liridce?oueowning the hotel au I park, ihe
otlier controlling tbe bridge traet proper.
Tbe efBOOBBBOOfl owniug the park aud hutel
is l>ehiud tke tale, aud will iuue i>) ,00o in 5
i*i eeat boudu, eeferlag the $4l,trt? iu atork
of the old couipauy aud utililing tlie $ly,U)0
for improreuieuU The pmp ri> eoaBBBBB
alsiut 1,400 acrea aud exteusive iiuproveiueDU
hcvn alreadV been made BO the park tiact,
hul thii will be augmcnte I, it i? uuderalood,
!?> a tif? and larger uottl willi BOMfcOB aud
The California Earttiquake.
For two dayi and nighta San Fran?
cisco haa been ablaze. The property
losa ia over 1200,000,000. It is impoaai
ble to approximate the loes of life or the
number of injured. 8ome think between
500 and 600 bave been kilied. One
hunrired and fifty thousand people are
said to behoroeless.
The aouthern part of California was
shaken by earthqaakis yesterday after
uoon. The sbocka cauaed internal excite
tncnt at I?? Angelea.
Fiue reaidences co/ering a mile aloug
the eaat aide of Van Neaaaveuue, io San
Franciaco, were blown up. Sixteen
blocks, iucludiug homes of many mill
iouairea, were razed by explosives. The
dyuamite givicg out, lOOO of gOOOOOdOf
were uaed for the dealroctive work.
The Uniled SlMe* mibtressury build?
iug was deatroyed with the exception ot
the Ircaaury vaulta, which are guarded
Iu pressing citizens into reliet and
resctie service the mililary found it al
timea necesaary lo compel ibem at tbe
l>oint of aword or revolver.
Many thousands ol people succeeded
in gelting away from thedevastated city.
Thousanda were driveu loward the
Wbile the I'mted Stales miut build?
iug is daraaged oousiderajdv, the $39,
000,000 ot gold and silver. coiu and htil
liou are safe.
Uestitutiou follows the disaster in
other C'alifornia ciliea oulside of San
Fraucisco. ln Sauta BoM 10,000 are
houielesa. Not only is the lood supply
exhausted, but the drinking waler is so
scarce that thoiisands of people nearly
The towu ol Branley, in Southern
Oalifuroio, was aootroood,
All railroads aud express companie*
have olfered lo carry free all provisious
and suppltes lof the destilule, aud the
telegraph companb* will uol charge lor
u.esaages from reliet coiuiuittres or otti
cials bearing upon reliel nieasurea.
Seismographs in Florence, Italy, and
on Ihe l?le of Wight recorded the dis
lurbnnces. The director ofthe Floreuce
(Ibservatory says thefjCalilornia earth
quakes iu ruiiiiuiion with ihe eruptioii
ol Yesuvius indicale ihe approich ol
furlher terrestrial convulsions.
Diwn on tbe barhor Irout ol Sm
Francisco the earth srems lo have muk
from li lo 8 incbe", aud greal crackl ap
pesr iu the alreets. C?r Irtcki were
twl?led into all sIihjhs aud buildings
wvre seeu to be out of plumb which
slierward were detlrojed r>v tire
l'resident Itoosev- ll has issiied an <>|
licial appeal lor aid lor the earthqu.ike
surterers, the dislribution to be Btedf
throiigh the Aniericsn Bed ('mss.
New York Sre insiirauco men say
that tbe total amoiiul ot ri.-ks in Bftfl
Fraucisco aloue is about $250,000,000.
When other citiea alone visile I by the
carthquake disaster shall have beeu
Ixard Irom ihe suin will soar to 1800,*
000,000. fhese are, however, lire risks
Two r f the heaviesl losers of property
as the reault of the San Francinco earth
?OOke aud tire will be Mrs. William K
Vanderbilt and Mrs. Herman Oelrichs,
ol New York, daughtersof the late Jamen
THE SITUATION TODAY.
Oofclaod, Cala , April 20, 8:80 a. m.
-There is no change for the, better,
across the bay. The city is practically
N'ew York, April '20. The followiug
bullttin has just beeu received b. ihe
Weatern |JoioOj "Ueneral Fntislon Ina
given out thoiisands of tenls to (he un
Ibrtuuates aud haa doue everylhiug to
relieve their siiflerings. I had an escort
take tue thr ugh the Paiks tbal are left
last niglit. Tbe people there are fairly
cunfortable, but tbe heavy Ibga and
dew at nigbt are causiug greal dislreaa.
Telis ol' th iiisamL of hnmeless people
are (1 ickiug lo Oakland, Alameda, aud
other lowns OEfnOi the bay. They are
sutt'-riug from waut of food and waler.
All the bakeries in the various towns
are runiiing lo their lullest capacity,
but people are living on wbat kiml
ol lood they cau obtatn and a limited
supply ot crackers ('hinainen, rmled
out by ihe flre, are iu evideiice by Ihe
ih'iusauds, all wiih big humlles wailing
for Ihe first boal. The scene in Ihe ex
Ireme west end aud where thoiisands
were camped iu parka and vacant lots
being driveu out by the approach of (he
rlaines, is terrible "
New York, April 20.- Ihe Weslein
1'iiioii Telegraph Comp.uiy al '.< o'clm k
Ihis morning received this message troiu
San Francisco :
"Ihe hre, which heretofore had crept
arouud ihe biae ol Telegraph Hilt, haa
lett u lew hoitaea atanding there, h:i
crept back froin ihe aaal aml is now in
full poaaeaaiou of the fcouaia on the bill
and will no douht take everylhing on
Van Neas aveuue weat of there. The
maiu fire baa reached Octavia atreet, and
is going at a laa' rate. Tbere ia no one
in fmni the rire aince mi.luight At
tbat time it had atarted afteab on the
south end of the llne of fire aud waa
hurning fast. The ferry buildinga pre
aent a fearfulacene of men, wotneu aud
cbildreu, and the few articlea that lliey
have tried to aave. l'hey are all here
to leave the cily by the firat Iniat tbey
pan get away on."
New York, April 66.?The Westeru
Union baa just received the lollowing
bulletin: "Tbe fire haa lieeu stopped at
()<i;ivia atreet, and is now conliued to
Telegraph Htll. I'here ia a iarae burn
ed apace between the present fire and
where it did nqt go litrthcr weat. I do
not tbink it will atart again iiulea* aoata
ignoraut peraoua atart rirts in their
atovea. Tbere ia not a chimney in town
tbat ia aafe to use for atore firea."
Oakland. Cala., April 66.?8aa Frau
ciaco ia a memory. Not a bome remams
and the peninaula whuh was th<- home
of nearly half a oiilliou pe >ple is uuw a
ruiu. Beaidea the San Franciaco eontta
graiion the firea of U rntou, Coicago and
Baltimore aeeui ioaigniricant. Th*
Ualveaton flood, perhap", waa inore dia
aatroua to life, but the deatruclinn to
property waa far Itaa. Tbe tale waa
told \estenlay when the fire took a new
atart and the laal Impe waa abaudnned.
There are left atandingnn hotela or reai
deocea. A few atark ateel ruina thru-t
tbeir luigbty beaius into the amoke
clouded aky, aa if in defiance of the
elementa that aought their deatructiou.
It ia impoaaible to eatimate the oumber
ofdeau. Five hundied ia aa near right
a? tive thouaand. Estioiates ol ten IhaahH
Fewer Qalloo*; Weara Loojer.
I Na aaJtaaajajhaa lru?f Devoe Lead and
Kaaa ti,?u uii??l paiow. Weara U>u*er; twica
ai laaa ?- i??.i and od
and are commou. Too thousand relu
gees arrived last oight at Sacrameoto,
and twenty thousand more will be sent
there today. Through the night out
caata of tbe earth, byenaa in the image
of man, plied their thieving, gboulish
calling in the darkneas. Soldiera shot
many of them.
San Francisco, April 20.?Ex-Mayor
1'helan, hiwself one of tbe beavieat lo?
ers, beaded a aubecription for tbe relief
of tho distreaaed by giving $1,000,000.
All nearby towns are raising subscrip
tions. Sacramento rnised $50,000, in
lifteen miuutes, Loa Angelea aud all
soiiiberu Cilifornia citiea are organizing
relief committees, sending aid and a spe
cial ln sjiiial train from Los Angelea
which reached Oakland thia morning,
prepared to pilcb tenta and cars for the
Washiuglon, D. C, April 20.- -Wesl
eru Union Bulletin ? "San Fraucisco
(received 9.19 a. m.)?Ihe fire which
iiithcrio had kept around tbe baae ol
Telegraph Hill and lett a few bouses
there, has crept back from the west aud
is now iu full prHsesainn ot the houaes
on the hill and will no doubt take every
thiug on Yau Neas aveuue and weat ot
there. The inaiii fire has reached Oc
lavia street and is going at a faat raie.
There isuooneiu from the tiresiuce mnl
night; at that lime il had starleil afresh
on the souib eud of the liue of fire and
was huriiiug faat. The ferry buildings
preaent a t'earful scene ot men, women
aud childreu and the few arlicles that
they have tried to save. They are all
h?re to leave tbe city by tbe firat boat
they can get away ou. Tbe road lead
iug from the ferry uorlh and around Ihe
shore of Ihe bay, as far aa Fort Masoo,
is sirewu wilh all sorts of vehiclea that
have brokeu dowu, baby carriages,
wheelbsrrows, elc , that would not staud
the loads over the rough way. Tbe fire
camevery closeto Fort.Mason last night,
uud the big Foutana warehouse aud
nearby canneries will no doubt go today.
I ihiuk the tlre will make a clear sweep
ol everytbiug aa far aa QokdOB Uale
Park. Would not be surprised lo ste il
lake tbe eucalyplis Irees thal liue the
panbandle and park aud burn theshrub
bery iu tbe park clear lo the ocean
The War Deparlmenl at BOOB today
received a long ilespaicb from Ueneral
Funst' n in which he re>>orted that the
lire at S.in Frauci<co was ptrtially under
conlrol at 7 o'clock this morning. The
dtspaleh tlaud al Foit Masm, San
Frabciaco, reed* : "Fire sitiiation at 7
o'clock this mor ing b<-t?er. Tbe lire
has berii clopped at Franklin slreel.
M bb OOO being stret-'hel Irom Frank
Iu aud Broadway loward Bussiau Hill,
aniiit I'niou aml L-aveuswnrtb, and
from there nward* le'egraph Hill. Il
is hoped lo atop 'he fire ou thal liue,
S.iith of Market the fire bas pasaed
lo Ihe west il |)o|ores street but
norlh of Maikel eulire liue under con?
lrol from about Fillmoreaud Vlark-t, on
irregular liue lo Vau Ness aml Br >ad
wav. That regimi ol the ciiy, west ol
this liue and uortb of Market, wiil pro
bably be saved. Weather cmitiuues liue.
Supplies arriviug Situalion appears a
liltie better tbati was auticipaled at mid
Washiuglon, April 20.?The lollow
ing telegram was received from Oen
Ftmstoii at 1'ie War Deparlmenl, datcd
9 a. m. :
"Iteferriug lo water supply can now
report asfollows : Spring Yalley waler
people state lhat Ihey will be able lo de
liver to the city by pipe liue 10,000,'
000 gallons of water.
" I'his together wiih Lobos crfek and
the i ii-ldeu (iatrt Park system which is a
-eparate system will supply all the peo?
ple iu ihe two largeconceutratioucamps.
No water famine 'a auticipaled.
"The lire is getiing under lietter coutrol
than was reported in telegram of 7 a. in. this
iiiorniug. Fire is not getting west of Faank
liu Still being held ia cheek on line from
1 uiitie Hvenue aerutw Rusaimi Hil! to Tele
grapb Hill. F're boatBOOOtUtf in pornpiiig
tioiii the bay."
DE8CRIPTI0NS BY WITNESSES
L is Augeles, Cala , April 10. ?Sur
vivors of the eaMhquake are giving vivid
descript'ons of their exfierieuce.
C 11. PtOBtOfl a tailroad clerk, wbo
was iu a street car wheti the first shia-k
oectirrrd, said :
"Tbere waa oue great detonalioii roar,
foliowed by a siiccessioii ot frightful
rjriabca. Tben ca > e rlan.es which broke
out evervwheje. The ahock aet all the
paaaaageca in the rai in a paoic, myaell
among the re?t. Thecar was stopped at
once. All g>t out aml tried to|walk,
but could make no beadway while the
ahoafc lasted It seeiiied iu cotne froin
Ihe east to weat, theu from the uortb to
south, aud there ajao were vertical mo
tiotia which came as a thunderbolt, t< o.
There waa no oppreasiou iu the aluios
phere, aud there was ahaolutely no
warniug. The tirst sh ick bwted ali.nK
two mitiules. When the shock came
the imiae ??- aa thuugh a cauuon had
exploded. Thia was made by falling
walls of booata. I alao beard craahiug
of gla?a aa it waa burled from windowa
tolbepavement. I atarted lowalk down
Miaaion atreet, and wetr. aa faraatle
postoffice at Seventh and Misaioo "dreeta.
Aa I walked on I tnet aeveral women
wbo were on the alreel cl.d only io their
uighl clothea aud calling for tbeir littie
oties, amidst their teara. I alao saw
men rushing through hall f'alleu build
ingi and throwing clotbea to women io
Ihe streets from the upper windowa.
.Vlarket streel, looking toward tbeferry,
was a maai of brick aud stooe debria,
ftom fallen walla. Tbe atreet waa
aunken in some placea while it waa
raised iu otbere aa tbat it looked like
wavea upon tbe ocean. Tbe depreaaiona
were rigbt and left to the streeta."
Kicbard Gole also givea aoine of bia
observ.itions. After describing the abocka
and the resultant damage be tella of Ihe
tire which followed. He aaya :
"The sight waa iideacrihable. For a
??iile and aipiarter ihe city waain tiames
/\t intervala of a few momeots tbere
would be iremeudous chargea ol dyna
uiite or guu cotton, exploiled in build
inga that atood away from ihe lire. Too
guea of ftamea, bundreda ol feet long,
a?ept tbe akiea. By tbeearthouake I eati
mate that not utat ,ri()li people were killed,
probabiy leaa. What caaualtiea tollowed
from firea I know nothing but I waa
watching a dozeo firea acroaa the bay to
San;Franciaco. No word-paioter could be
gin to picture that awful aeeoe. For
twenty inilea aotith of Oakland the
Southern Pacific Kailroad tracka were
reaulu from cbrooic couktipatioo, whieh i?
, quickly rured by Dr. Klog'a New Life Pilla.
i They remove all poiaoaoui germi from the
ayatem aud iufu-e n. w life aod rinor: aata
aour itomach. nauaea, headacbe, ditfiooaaand
colif. wuhout gripiag or iliarouafort. Bkt,
Onarauteed by E. ?. Laadbaater A Soos, drug
auok about eight iochea. The whole
country for a bundred milea aouth of
Tracy aeemed to have auffered niore or
A man, who had a uarrow eacape
from a falling buildiug, aaya "it waa all
aoyone could do to keep from being hit
by falling walla. One man waa abeo
lutely crazy, makiog all aorta ol hid
eoua geaturea and grimacea. I went over
to the next atreet at tbe top of the bill
and looked orer the aceue. It waa obe
of horror for milea and milea, with duat
and auioke and gaa pipea pouring forth
rlamen, buildinga burning aod throwiog
Hatnes huudreda of feet into the air."
Waahington, I). C. April 20. ~A
apeeial train of |twelve expreaa cara
chartered by the United Htatea gnvern
meiit to apeed auppliea to the atrickeu
city of San Franciaco paaaed through
Waahington from New York early thia
moruiug, atoppiog only loog eoough to
take ab.iard auch-atorea aa had been col
lected here. (ien. Bell, Chief of Statt,
has arrauged for unobatructed rigbl of
way for thia train acroaa the contiuent,
aud it will undoubtedly eatabliab a
record. It ia loaded with tenta, atovea
and commiaaary auppliea. All etbVl
will be made to cover the diatauce iu
three daya. Practically the available
army tents in the country have been or
dered aent to Friaco, and new onea wil
be aiipplied to take their placea out of
the emergency apropriation paaaed by
(Jongreas yeaterday afternoou. Siuce
early yeaterday morniug the War De
partmeut baa been in direct telegrapbic
coiniiiuuication with Oakland, Califor
uia. haviug had almoat constant uae of
one of the few wirea out of that city.
St. Paul, Miuu., April 20.?A aeclioo
4 the Diiluih Meaaba and Northern
L'ompany docka collapsed. Kxtent of
lamage and loaa of life ia not knowu. A
report aaya saveral workmeu were killed
and are ia the debris.
A later diapatcb saya that tweuty
seveu men were injured, but tniie killed
in tbe collapae of the overhead walk at
the lxiliith Meaaba and Northern ore
(VHigreaaniMii Rlacklturii'a l'rial.
Ureensimm, N. (' , April 20 ?The trial of
Ooagraoaaaaa Baaaoar Blaahhara, raaiard
with ac.'eptiiig fe?a f ir pra"ticiug t>efore de
inirlineiiti at Waahington, eauie t<> a siiddau
lerininlaion today, Jwlge (iotf m-trinling the
jnry the'e wm nnt evidenee Mittvient to eoi.
viii, Miliiuiiicd l>y the pranaaatioa, aad ac
drred llie dufeli lalit M iplilted. The ailliniliiC'
iin-ut udn re . ived ?ilh the giealent Hppluuse
and iiiauy ladn - who were in the > ourt rooiu
rrowde.l np aml ahaak haiids with Jndge
N,w Yorh Hitnk Marltel
New Y?rk, April 80, -Larga blaoki af
i'o. k, were throwu oa ihe niarl.et at theopen
iag, llie supplv enaaiag in mauy easea from
very atri'iig aicountM. At ti'sl the hulk of
Ihe Inning wa* almoat wholly hy rontu trad
ers to rover ahort", aud at the asuie tiuie ae
? iiininiilate long linea. Aa the tradiug pro
i;re?sed the aelling lieiame haa urgent and
at the end of the tirM hnii, u inore ontident
feeliug prevailed iliin at any time sinee llie
lirst avwa of the ^an Framiseo calamity.
How's Thia ?
We otler One Huudred Dollara Reward for
any ea.se ofCatarrh that ranm.t he eured by
llall'a Catarrh (nre. F. .1. CHSNEY A <<>.,
We, the umleraigiied, have kuoun F. J.
Cheney for the last l,r> yearc, and lieli-ve him
pertWtly houurahle in all l.tisilieas trauaac
tioni and fuiaui'ially ahle to earry out any
ohligations made hy his tirin,
Wai.ih.su. Kixnan & Makvin,
Whohaaale liruggiata, Toledo, O.
Hall'a ( atarrli Cara ia lake i iiiternally.
.ieiiiig direetU upoii the hlood and BMOaaa
Mirfacea of the aystein. TeatanioniaU seiit
free. Priee 7N' per hotlle
8old hy all Druirgut/, Tx.
Taka Hall'a Familv Pilla for eonatipation.
Waahington, April 20.
When the Senate met today, it uuani
mouslv adopied a reaolutiou, oftered by
Mr. Scott, directiug the Secretary of the
Treaaury to atibmit to tbe Senate at the
earlieet possilde moment an eatimale of
the coat of erectiug steel atructurea to
replace the Federal buildinga deatroyed
by the earthipiake and fire in San Fran?
Mr. Scott explained that all govern
uient buildiug-, except the Miut, had
Mr. Perkius said his advices were
that ihe Mint, Postoftice aud Ibjparl
ment of Justicv buildings were sal'e.
To meel the (leuiand of Surgeon Uen?
eral O'Beilly, Mr. Mjorgau otfered a
joint resoluliuu direcling the Secrelary
of War to use iu his discretiou auy part
of the appropriation ot one uiillion
dollars, made by C'ongress yesterday, iu
the immediate purchsse of medu-al sup
jdies lor use in San Francisco.
Chaplain Couden oftered auother fer
vent prayer in tbe Houae toJay, thank
ing Uod lor tbe sympathy, broiberlv
love aud geuerosity which prevai's
ihroughout ourland for the atricken peo
ple of the Pacific coast.
"Spare us, ()h. Uod," he prayed,
from turtber calamily. "May the peo?
ple i f the coasl take up Ihe burdeua of
life anew an I go forward to even greater
There was anoiher "rough boa?e" In
tbe House, this afiernoou, following n
declaraiion by Bepreseotative CUrk, <<?
Florida, that in the dJOPOBSlpI ve- r lay
aboiit affairs at St. Kli/ihetti lusaue
Asylum, Oeneral Orosveuor, of Obio,
had declare<] thal be kuew uothing aboul
any charges peuding against the cianage
laeul oi that institutiou. Ueueral Urns
venordenounced thestatement vehemenl
ly, declaring that it waa "unqualifiedly,
and, in my npioion, purposely mislead
"Tbe gentlemau from Obio would not
make sucb a statemjnt auy where else,"
retorted Clark, white with rage. Boib
geutlemen were cailed to order by Cbair
man lialzell, of Peunsylvania, aod ou
molion of Bepresentalive Williams, of
Miasiaaippi, tbe unparliamentary re
marks were expunged from the record.
Tbeu aflairs(|uieted downaod tbe Hnuse
contiuued coosidtration of tbe District
of Columbia apprupriatioa baII.
TbeHouae unauimously adopted tbe
Senaie ioiot re?olutinn which permits tbe
Secretary ol War to purchase medieal
?uppliea for the California unfourtunatea
out of the railli di dollars reliet' appro
priation agreed to yesterdav.
Nothius will relieve indigestion tbat is uot
a thorough digwUul. Kodol Dyspepaia Cu>e
digests what you eat aad allows the stoiuaeh
to re?t?recuperatc?grow slrong agaio. A
few doses of Kodol after meali will w>on re
store tbe stornach aud digestive orgaus to a
full pcrformsuee ot'thrir functtonn uaturslly.
Sold by W. F. Creightou A Co , 401 King
iOOtbOf iuvoiee ol the eelebrated POTO
U Al. FLOUK )USt reeeiVrU by
D. A. ?
There waa innch enthuaiaam yesterday
morning in the cougreas of the Daugh
ters of the American Revolutioo now in
seasion in Waahington during the nomi
uating of the candidatestofiil the vacan
ciea made by tbe expiration of terms of
10 vice-president-geuerals. Two bonor
ary vice-preaident-generals were also
nominated. These latter ottices are for
Tbe uoiuiuations tor rieo-prcetdoot*
generals were as tollows- Mrs. F W.
Mondell, of Wyomiug; Mrs. Jolm
I.eaty, of the State of Wsshingtou;
Mrs. Lucy Bailey Heoobortor, of Yir
ginia; Mrs. Ira 11 Kvaiis, ot Texas;
Mrs. Bicbard JoofcOM Barker, of
Rhode Island; Mrs. William Dunham
KoHbo*, of Nesr Jersey; Mrs 1'ruman
H. Newbeiry, of Michigau; Mr?.
Theodore 0. Bate?, ot Maaaaoboaetl*;
Mrs Sally Marshall llsrdy, ol Ken
tucky; Mra. Braylou W. BoahooH, of
Iowa; Mrs. Jolm N. C'trry, ol ladi
aua; Mrs. Bobert K. Parke, q| ileor
gia, and Miss (Tira L>'e Bowman, ot
The caudiilates lor ihe two vacan, i -.
as honorary vice-presideut-generals were
Mrs. Heleu M. Boyolno, of tbe [Natrirt
of C'olumbia; Mrs Baodolpll I >.' It.
Keim, ot Pennsylvania; Mrs Kl BBoi
Holmea l.indsay, foruicrlv < I KoMtttcky,
uow a resident of New Xork, BOd lira,
S. Y. White. ol BiooUyu.
The I'resideni rotoifod ihe Bteabarf
of the Daughiers of ihe Aaserkaa U ?? -
lution iu the White Hoiise in Ihe aficr*
The Cougreas mel agaiu al 4 o'clock and
proceeded wilh the hallotinv loi olli,-ei-.
Tbe report ol tbe Jamesiown BOOMBltlee
waa read by its chairmau, Mrs LydtO,
Pleasants Purcell, ol Virftoia.
ln the evening at lo'dock lln n wa- ??*
patrioiic celebraiiou al Oootiaootal kfe
Tbe programaie f..r lodaj int lu.les Ihe
reports ot Ihe slaudlug coiniuiliees in
the morning; coucer: by tbe kfaij B
Band al .'1:30 al Ihe navy yard, aod *
special meetiug iu boonr ol tbe ebarl
Bsoaabora of tbe Matiooal Buetetj > t ihw
Daughiers ot the American revolotioN
in the evening al Coiitinental MtOtorial
Washiuglon, D l! , April 20
followingotticers were ihis uioroiiiK ei t -
ed by the OooCIoooIbI Om*gio?a id Ibo
D A. B. : Yici -|i e-ior'nt-t?? it ru|:
Mrs. K.bert K. Park, at Urorgfa : Mr?
Bich .1 Bsrker. of Rbude Mand; Mrs
Tiiiuimii II. Newberrv, o| ML'hl
Mrs. K'-arfoole, of New York; M??.
I'luodore C. Bate.s, i.i Maaaacbti^oti
Miss Q, L. Ilovviuan, o| U?BD*Gtir?
Mi-. S.phie II. liiisbn. |i,..| I isra; Mi
Ju'ia N Hardv. ol Keotuckr; Mrs I.
ii Kvaus, ol T.xs-; Mra. A. F.. II.-o
Inhetger of VlrgiOia. Hilio.'ai * -vn e
pre*ideuis-getrer<il: Mrs bV. \l L'O'btey,
of Keiiluck<; Mrs. II. Y. Ifc.ynian, i-f
ihe Dislnci ol Volumbia; Mra Kl*dol|di
D. Keim, ol IVirisvlv.ini.i.
The Daughiers of ihe AosericBB Uer,
lution uppropriated $1,000 al ilieir
meetiug llns morning Irom tbe gort
Innd tor tbe alleviation ol the aofl
in San Francisco. ln additioo tl.. ' ?
lot box will b? kept open to receive in
dividual contributious and the vaiii.
cha-jlers in dillerent stalcs are rotji
to hohl meetings lor Ihe purpoea ol rai?
"Man With Cough'' Releaaed
A dispalch to the Chicag j Triluinc
from Michigau City, Ind., says.
"Tbe mtn with a BOOgb," Crd. A. B.
Ward, oue-timeOnfederate army obVri
and during apy, oneof tbenien sent Noril.
to boro New York city during the civil
war, was released from Mate priaoo here
Ward is one of tbe loal ot the uM
time confidcuce eieu. Boru uear In
diauapolis ol weallhy poKOta 78 year->
ago, be was cast orl by his lamily ln
cause of loo high liviug. Later, n.
Washiuglon, D. C, be kilied an arm
(dlicer aud fled South, where al Ihe oul
break of the war be eulisted iu ihe Oob
The srcond year of the war he wassenr
North to buru New York cily aml OOBBI
resled wbileapplyiug the lorch lothe As
toi llouse. Senteuced to be liauged, fn
devoied himsell Jo Ihecareo* C'onleder
ale prisouer sudiera while in prisou, ao
Ibai Prekidnit l.ineoln pardoued him
All'-'r the war Ward rau a sieaine*- o
lha Vliaaiaaippi river, which t?*s lin
U|> lavishly aud uumbered aaaoag ila
pa.rons tbe higge?t gauihler* iu the
I'niied Statea He later wenl 10 New
Y'ork aud on oue occaaion bmke "I'hil'
D.tly'a gambUog Uouse, wnuiiig over
110,000 iu oue uight.
Wanl'e heallh gradually alipped away.
and he. took to forging cbecks. He baa
aerved more thau a acore ol lenns laa
priaon dtiriug the last 40 yeara. II
the litle "the oiao wiih a coaajh ' aai
eral yeara ago, wben he aecured a par
don Inuu a aouthem prisou l>y aoagh
iug, and regar led bis cough as his priu
cipal atock ia trade.
In the Oorporatinu Oourt ycatcnlsv
efeuiog the trial ol the firat indictment
agaiuat J. S. Hawkius, charged witb
extorting money from the late Uobert l>.
Ballantine, came to a cloae with a
pronipi rendered verdict ol not guilly.
While other caaea are pending asraiu-i
Hawkiua, it is believed ihat as the aaa a
evidenee would beaubmitted by the aaaao
witueaaea, a nolle proaaequi will l>e en
tered and poaaibly the eoltapaa of the
caae agaiuat Hiwkins will put an end to
the wbole matter.
Jobn S. Hawkina, Henry M cbie aml
F. C. Duocao are charged with a con
apiracy to extort roooey from the law
Kobert I) Balleotiue by the aid i l
threats to publiah allegattoos roucerning
hia privale habita, which be regar led M
damaging eootigh to ehYd hia aunding
Ballantine blew out bia hrains iu hia.
motber'a houae, in Newark, N. .1., oa
theeveuing ol Deceuib r 6. TaMMj
lour hoora afterwarda John S. Hawkiu*
waa arreatel aml wirrauta were out t.r
Duocao and Michie. Tbe trio were
charged with baviog hounded Hallautir.
to bia deatb io their deaire to extort
rooney from him.
Beyond the evidenee brooght out ,,i
tbe preliminary bearing ou January II,
aod tbe fact tbat tbrce cbecka were un
eartbed in the graml jury iuveatigation
bearing the aiguature of the deceaaed
and payable to Duucau, tbere baa been
oothiog new ia the caae.
Tweoty boxea*full-weigbt ADA MANiIN f
CANDLK8 juat received by
_J. C. MILB1 I
ATJaORE'M. MXNCE MEAT raaaifad l
day bi J. C. MiLBUKN'