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??1 ' MONDAY, MAY 25, 1891. VOLUME XXXIX-NUMBER 235. ft
I firmiR OF HONOR"
I Jackson Park, Chicago, the Scene
I of a Sunday Duel.
I MM BARONET'S ROMANCE
I Eiuis in (lie Settlement of a Quarrol
I mitli a Itlval for the Aflection? of
I mi Actress, According to the Code?
I Tlicy Fight With Kapler* and the
I iiaronet is lladly Wounded.
I Cnicaoo, |>Iay 24,?Baron Rudolph
| Kiilnul)' DeKorospatak, a nephew of
Count KM I10KJ', Ui ? icuuw, ...w
lirst visit to Chicago about one month
The object of his stay in Chicago
?:ii a mystery to all except Manager
Carlson, of tho Richelieu hotel, to whom
he partially told his story.
Kaluoky, according to his own confesFlon.
was at one time tho staunch clefender
and passionate admirer of the
erratic Queen Natalie, of Sorvia, during
liersomctiines embarrassing visits to the
Austrian capital. He had also been a
r!i. .-en coinponion in tho revels of the
ftv vming crown prince, whoso suicide
elciirilieil all Europe. That event only
drove Kalnoky to wilder dissipation.
LOVED AS AMERICAN ACTJIESS.
Seeking change in America he accidentally
met Miss Mnttio Atherton, a
member of tho Duff company. Sho led
llio baron a doleful life, both here and
in other cities, to which ho followed
her. as she said her heart was given to
another, in Louisville he met one of
liis numerous rivals, though not the
fixufstul one, and he returned to the
Jliclielieu, having given up his oiiginal
idea of following Miss Athertoii from
Louisville to Pittsburgh. The sainc
nialit tho man whom he hud encountered
in the South, dined with him at tho
Kichelieu restaurant, the tvo seeming
to lake a morbid interest in
together drowning their mutual sorroivs.
A too free indulgence in tho
nine, however, quickly ended the
friendly character of the meeting. In
the parlor a few minutes after dinner a
cry .if rage was heard and a heavy fall.
Kalaokv had knocked his companion
down for speaking disrespectfully of
the woman ho loved. An hour afterward
a friend of the Southerner appeared
with a respectful note demanaliijn
meeting. Knlnokv at onco accepted.
On Saturday night the baron
nas informed that all the details had
liem ii arranged and that tho meeting
iv.iiikl (akc place at .lackson Park at
daybreak nf the'j!following morning.
Kiilnoky's seconds having the choice of
weapons, had eeleoted rapiers.
TO THE DCKI4NQ OnOUND.
The baron settled his bill, left word
that if lie did not survive all his belongings
at the hotel were to bo sent to the
woman for whose honor he had fought,
ami quietly retired to bed. At four
o'clock this morning he entered a waitini!
carriage and was immediately
joined by his second and a physician,
and nt Jackson Park they found the
opposite party. A location wns found
alter some delay, and at ten minutes
past nix tho adversaries were facing
tach other, sword in hand and bared to
their shirts. After some sharp
fighting tho Southerner succeeded
in inflicting a slight wound in
the right leu of tho baron.. A little
later the bnron made a clover lunge
which pricked the skin on the right
shoulder of his adversary. Tho latter,
however, parried admiraoly, and nt this
moment, to the horror of his seconds,
the liurou appeared to slip and literally
to fall on the point of his adversary a
fctvord, which entered tho nock. A
stream of blood gushed from the wound.
The seconds at oaee stopped tho combat.
After ascertaining that the result
would not necessarily ho fatal, tho
Southerner and his friend left the field.
Kvety effort to identify this man has
failed, but it is thought ho is tho son of
a prominent citizen of Atlanta, Ga. Ho
left for Cincinnati at 0:45, two hours
after thy termination of tho combat.
Baron Kalnoky'a whereabout* are kopt
Dlt. NEWTON'S SEltMON.
lie .iialtr* a Huoclnct Statement of HI*
Muoh "Sooted Views.
Nhiv Youk, May 24.?Rev. Dr. Hebcr
Kcwton, of All Souls, church, preached
ii sermon this uiorning which is calculated
to evoke much discussion^ in religious
cin-k'S. lie made a succinct statement
of his much mooted views. His
test wan "Hold fust to the form of sacred
The reverend gentleman said in subftnnce:
"it had Deen said of thoNiceno
freed that it was lit only to be sung. On
thfotlu'r band, it would be hard to set
the Westminster faith to music. What
nw.?t we believe concerning the Bible?
Nothing beyond the simple declaration
i't tlie Xiceue creed, words spoken
};y tlie prophets. You may be""ve
that overy word was dictated
by tho Almighty, or you may
l'?id that hirire and reasonable view
ttuicli is spreading through our church
m rapidly with equal loyalty to our
<">? authority, the creed. You
vnuauy tree to react tiio
etorv^of the creation in Genesis
u> history or parable. What does the
I church command us to believe concornI
ing the originoi evil, the fall of man?
nothing whater. Concerning the atone
went V Nothing except the luuguage ol
tlu? creed, 'Who for us men ana for our
Kilvntiou came down Irom heaven.
i onu rning future punishment? Nolh
insj nut contained in the languago of the
creed, 'lie sluilljcotne again with glor>|
t('iiHlgo both the quick and the dead, j
All theories of the character and dura
tiun of the punishment arc extra
. "What of the resurrection? That the
dead are to rise into life immortal,
clotlied in bodily form, I understand to
I JJ the teaching of our great creed.
*ho nature ol the resurrected body is
*?t affirmed. You are free to behove
J'^.in the literal sense of the body
W'l in the grave or in the larger sonse
lUl.Su'u iaoat men read it.
" 1 ho Nicene creed is a charter of lio
It trees ua from nine-tenths of
J11?burning questions with which pro
^'antism is on fire to-dav. Christen
'11 i* torn and dismembered before
SSf It >8 paralyzed with doubt.
strife of creeds is Been on every
lie who reads the signs ol the
wee th? alternative to throw
overboard the creeds, or simplify them.
To-day could our I'rotostant churches
be content to part; with their reformation
confessions of faith and adopt that
great catholic creed which has come
down through the centuries there would
bo an end of strife and contention."
A Freight Wreck?Stricken wltli PnrnlyMf.
Memorial Serviced, etc.
Special DUpatch to the Intelligencer.
Grafton, TV. Va., May 24.?A coal
hopper jumped the track and wrecked
a freight train at the trestles this side
of Simpson, on the Parkersburg branch,
last evening. The riggers' car and a
crew of men were sent oat from here to
clear tho track. Nobody hurt.
J. M. King, one of the oldest and most
highly esteemed residents of Grafton,
was stricken with paralysis yesterday
morning and has not Bpokcn a word
Alex, 1'orter, passenger engineer,who
was injured in tho wreck at Howiesburg
Thursday evening, iB still unconscious.
Rev. J. H. Hera baptized eighteen persons
at the if. K. Church this morning
?convert* of the recent revival.
Judgo Hoko will hold a special term
of court on tho tith of Juno, to see if
any liquor was sold hero on Decoration
The memorial services at the Baptist
church this morning were attended by
Reno Post G. A. K. and Company C.,
lot. ItAinmnnt. W Vs.. Nnlinnitl Gnnrd.
all" in fuii"uniform, ilev. J. A. Maxwell
delivered the sermon.
MURDER NEAR SUTTON.
A Whooling "Negro Keeps Two Jlundrcil
Italians at Bay With a Winchester.
Special Dispatch to the IntdiUjcnccr.
Sutton, \V. Va., May 24.?A negro
named Alex Dunlap, who claims Wheeling
as his home, was arrested with great
difficult)' yestorduy evening for a probable
murder. It seems that ho was
drinking, and early yesterday morning
got into a quarrel with tho Italian
laborers with whom ho was working at
the tunnel, about fivo miles east of this
place. In tho fight ho shot two Italians,
one in the head and tho other clear
through tho hip. Tho ono who was
shot in the hip the doctors say cannot
recover, while the other's life hangs on
a thread. After tho shooting, the negro
hut himself in position, and with a
Winchester rifle and revolver of tho
latest pattern kept the angry Italians,
fully two hundred strong, at bay. It
was not until three o'clock in the ovening
that the officials, after deputizing
several deputies, placed the negro under
arrest, and justas soon as ho was handcuffed
tho Italians boro down upon the
ollicinls with knives and clubs iu order
to got the negro and kill him. The
negro, however, was placed in jail here
aftor a hard combat with tho Italians.
Memorial Service nt Fairmont.
Special Dispatch to the jntelll'jeticcr.
Fairmont Depot, W.Va., Slay 24.?Tho
memorial service before Meade Post No.
0, G. A. R., and Carlin Camp Sons of
Veterans, was held in the M. E. Church
this afternoon. A most able sermon
was delivered by the Iiev. B. B. Whitehead,
of tho Methodist Protestant
Tho Rev. Gideon Martin, D. D., a
prominent minister in the M. E. Church,
is very ill, having been stricken with a
slight stroko of paralysis last evening.
IT IS A CANARD.
The Admlnlfttrntlon Denlc* Thnt There 1r
an Arrangement With Chile.
Washington,May 24.?Secretary Tracy
?nid to-nieht that the Navy Department
had not received any news to-day of tho
United States cruiser Charleston,
which is in pursuit of the Chilean
insurgent steamer Itata. This is
tho seventh day sinpo any
word lias been received by tho department
direct from tho commander of the
Charleston. Tho secretary is of the
opinion that tho vessel will bo heard of
next at Callao, Peru, for bo believes
that had she intended to
put in at Panama, tho place
at which it was expected sho would
touch, she would have been heard of
boforo this time. Secretary Traov's
attention was callod to-night to the
dispatches from San l'ranciso re-.
tho flfrfitfimnnts hereto
foro nimlo that nn agreement had
been entered into between the insurgent
party of Chile and the Unitofi
Statos Government lor a peaceful surrender
of the Itata. The Secretary, however,
refused to discuss the question
saying that that he had nothing to say
about tho mutter. Inquiry of State Department
officials to-night, regarding
the alleged arrangement above referred
to elicit the reply that so far as they
are awnre no Buch agreement has been
TO INVESTIGATE IMMIGRATION.
Tho Treasury CowiiiImIoii llcndy to Pro#
coed to Kuropo.
Washington, May 2-1.?Tho commission
appointed by the Secretary of tUo
Treasury to proceed to the several countries
of Europe from which immigrants
mainly como, and to investigate and report
upon tho various phases of tho immigration
question as presented there,
* *- ? J..? r\( )lm fnl.
C0X1S1SIB an IU-UU/ UUliil'inivu v> M.w
lowing named gentlemen: Genenil
Charles H. GroBVenor, of Ohio, chairman:
Judson N. Cross, of Minnesota;
Dr. Walter Kempater, of Wisconsin,
and Joseph Powderly, of Pennsylvania.
The members of the cominisaion will
sail separately from the port of Now
York during tno next threo weoks, and
will meet in London to organize and lay
but their work. They will prosecuto
during tho summer a careful investigation
as to the extent to which governments,
municipalities or societies are
encouraring and aiding tho deportation
to the Unit# States of criminals,
paupers and members of tho various defective
Marrow Eacapo From A Panic.
CnicAoo, May 24.?'Tho Immanuel
Baptist chnrch, at the corner of Michigan
avenue and Twenty-third street,
caught fire from a defective flue just before
the hour of Sunday school this
morning, and was damaged to the
amount of $45,000. A large numbor of
children had already gathered, and it
was with difficulty that a panto was
NEAL CHANGES HEART.
Now a Pronotmcod Candidate
Against Governor Campbell.
M'LEflN'S FINE ITEM HAND
Recognized in tho Gubernatorial Situation
in Ohio?JThe Boodle Triumvirate
Which Controls tlio Ohio
Dcinouratio Machinery ? Republicans
Spcchil Dispatch to the Iiitrtliijcnccr.
t-Oix.mul's, uiiio, juay _t.?juiuxy i>eiu
has at last made u public acknowledgment,
or rather announcement, of .tho
fact that ho ia a candidate againat Governor
Campbell for Iho gubernatorial
nomination. Said he: "X can no
longer reaiBt tho urgent appeals that
have been mudo to 1110 by active and
influential Democrats in overy section
of the State to become a candidate."
Just whore Mr. Jfeal unearthed this
largo number of influjantiuj Democrats
does not appear in the published account
of Mr. Neat's chango of heart.
Probably further information on this
point could bo obtained in tho vicinity
of Hamilton county, or might b e secured
through the medium of tho Cincinnati
Enquire?) want columns.
Tho facts in the matter aro that tbo
plan of the whole fight against Governor
Campbell has been arranged by John
R Mr'I i"in u'llfl Mfli'cled bv Mc
Lean ns tlio dub by which Campbell
was to bo whipped into submission not
only for the reason that circumstances
made him the most available man, but
because Jfeal himself stood in the way
of McLean's ambition. The wily Hamilton
county journalist .saw an opportunity
to engage his two most powerful
rivals in a controversy whicti would
certainly result in destroying one of
tliom, and which would remove both
the victor and the vanquished from Mr.
McLean's own path of progress toward
the prize which ho has been coveting
for years. McLean has for almost a decade
been casting longing eves toward
the United States Senate, lie is onb of
the shrewdest anil most far-seeing politicians
in Ohio, and he has at his command
practically unlimited wealth. To
such a man, in tho present day and age,
nothing is impossible in Democratic
a Mii.Lio.VAinn tbiusivikAtb.
Payne, Iirice, McLean are the great
Ohio triumvirate of boodlo Democracy.
Payne was sent to tho Senate by tho aid
of McLean and his forces because tho
time did not then seem ripe for McLean
himself to becomo a candidate. 'l'tion
Brico was selected by the same elements
which had elected Payne, and which
still stood ready to do the bidding of
the Hamilton County King. The times,'
it was thought, were not yot ripe for
the grand transformation scene which
was to make of Kditor John It. McLean
a United States Senator. So he threw
his influence for the New York Ohio
financier and made his election possible.
? m'i.eax's owk. turn.
Now McLean thinks that his own
time has arrived, and he will receive, no
doubt, the support of the precious pair
of millionaires whom ho has helped
raisu lo public oflico. So it will come
to bo said, they hope, that there wore
three Ohio millionaires, all private citizens.
Thoy pooled issues and lo, there
wore three Ohio millionaire Sonntors
standing in the places of those older
statesmen whose claims to preferment
came froin brains, not boodle.
McLean expects that the farmers'
movement will be of siillicicnt strength
in Ohio this fall to hold the balanco of
power in the Legislature, or at least to
destroy the ltcpublican chances for
electing a senator. To this end his
friends ami his newspaper, the Enquirer,
are bending every energy. McLean
emissaries aro penotrating the most
remote comers 01 the State helping the
fni-min-a' innvrtniflnt nlnno* l?v "infhionw*"
both oral and tangible. Tjnder the guidance
of his fine Italian hand the Ohio
Alliance will become no more than a
Democratic aid society, and as such will,
of courso, assist that party in electing a
No man knew Larry Neal's strong
points better than John R. McLean, ami
to no one could tho necessity of getting
Larry out of the way bo more apparent.
That is why Larry was tlrst rescued from
ChiUicothe's umbrageous lunes and byways
and placed in the way of gubernatorial
lightning. Then came tho deal
by which Xcal was to retire from the
riieo for Governor and Campbell's
friends were, in return, to help liim in
the race for Senator. I'or this result
McLean had not been entirely prepared,
and its effect was rather staggering.
The correspondents of the Enquirer
straightway began discussing
other available candidates for Governor,
among them lb>n. Virgil 1'. Clinc, of
Cleveland. While public attention was
thus diverted. McLean's real object, thu
profit'IVlUlg (H m-iu. ?<w
unci the result may lie found In the sentence
([noted from Mr. Neal in the opening
paragraph of this dispatch.
Meanwhile the "Ohio Republicans
view the Democratic squabble with a
fooling.of unmixed satisfaction and complacency.
They will Dominate McKlrilev,
enter tho campaign with ranks unbroken
by factional fights, and in tho
utmost harmony they will pull together
and make ono of the greatest, cloanest
and most successful tights in the history
of the party in tho Buckeye Slate.
right at Campbell's noon.
Tho fight against Governor Campbell
is being carried on almost in ms own
door yard. Lewis Bernard, who is John
R. McLean's Lieutenant, one of the
most skillful wire-pullers in tlio Stato,
lias been in this city for several days,
llis mvsterious movements have been
viewed with alarm by Governor Campbell
and his friends, and it now develops
tliat their foar* were not without
cause. When questioned last night
Bernard did not deny that ho had been
in the capital city in the interests of
Larry Xeal and the faction which opposes
the Governor. His special mission
was to secure iui nnti-('nmpbell.
delegation from Franklin county to the
State convention. He claims to have
wi :i\. I.-..,, ... ./ . *1.
already secured for the Neal faction the
Eighth, Ninth, Tenth, Eleventh wards ,
of Columbus, and says that he will capture
several other wards before he
leaves the city. Governor Campbell resides
in tho Ninth word, and if Bernard's
statements arc true, the Governor
will bo opposed in the State convention
by his next door neighbors.
A FAMILY OF CRANKS.
Allowing Their Children to We of Diphtheria
Through ltrllgfouR Fanaticism.
Sfitcial Diipatch to the Jntdllgatar.
Coixmucs, 0., May 24.?A most remarkable
state of affairs has been developed
in tho village of Swan ton, Fulton
couuty. In a single family in that
village several children have become
aillictcd with diphtheria, and the parents
refuse to employ medical attendunra.
luivincr. as iliev claim. Dlaced the .
ail'air diroctTy in tho Lauds of the Lord,
and depending entirely upon miraculous
relief from on high to ell'ect a cure.
Due of tho children lias already,died,
and another is fast approaching tho
grave. The attention of the Stato Board
of Health has llnully been called to the
matter, and Secretary Probst has communicated
with a leading physician in
Swanton, in the attempt to have tho
family employ a physician. Saturday
tho secretary received a letter from this
physician, from which the following extract
"Drab Doctor:?Yours of tho 20th
just received. I wish to report another
death from diphtheria in the Bame family
as last reported. These people do
not employ a physician. They simply
rely upon "the Lord to cure or remove. c
as lie deems best, and no precautions ?
are taken to prevent a spread. They do
not regard the disease as contagioUB or
infectious. * * It seems to mo
that there should bo some law compel- t
ling parents to employ proper medical ]
relief in such cases, as the disease is increasing,
one new cose ina family of five f
children Deing reporieu io-uhv, nuwu
is treated on tile expectant plan."
A LIVELY TIME i
Ai a ColuiubuR Variety Tlicntro?Police g
Meet IVitli u Hot Rcooptlon. 1
Cou'Miius, Ohio, May 24.?The record 1
of Mayor Karb closing low variety
theatres with bar attachments, and
whero women were admitted, came 6
near resulting in a tragedy at an early
liour this morning. Si Morris, tho proprictor
of a theatre of this class, was ;
taking a benelit last night, and the
police had reason to boliovo he ivas r
violating the order and an officer pro- I
ceeded to inspect the wine rooms (
and private boxes, lie entered tho .
private apartments of Mrs. Morris on ~
the sama-floor and she made an attack '
on the officer, ordering him out. She J,
was joined by MorriB, a moment later, ;
">ind the two, with somo female friends, j
retired to the private apartments ana ?
Morris barricaded the doors, defying ,
< . i-. .k. * v
Hit) police. >v I1I1U liiu uiuLcm nviu
making an effort to batter down the
door Morris tired two shots, which ~
passed through tlio panolB, but no ono
ivua injured. He refused to bo '
taken alivo and lield the officers
at bay for two hour, with tho ,
threat Hint ho would kill tho
tlrst who entered. A crowd entered,
and tiic excitement was such that tho
situation becaiuo critical,until Chief of 1
1'olico Murphy ordered the crowd to
'disperse. Two hours later Morris sent
word to tho police, who surroundod the 2
house, that lie would surrender if they
would not arrest tho women. This
stipulation was agreed to, but Mrs. Mor- 0
ris made such li vicious attack on the t
ollicers when they entered the room, 0
that sho was also locked up in the city
jail. Morris is charged with shooting to
kill, and his wifo:wim interfering with ,
the ollicers. j(
In tho Mutter of Appointments to tlio f]
1'irrsnuao, Pa., May 24.?Governor 0
I'attison is being disturbed, it Is said, in ?
the matter of appointments for tho now ),
judgeships, three is number. Marshall t
Brown, a nephow of "Glorious Old Tom
Marshall." is pressed by friends, and,
without awaiting action by the Execu- j
tlve, they have commenced putting up
delegates for tho coining conventions.
Tho appointees to be made by the Gov- ?
ernor will hold until January, 1892, but ?
meantime the 0111ns; of tlio placed will* be
with tho people, tlio nominations 0
within a short time, and tho election in
There aro several other candidates, a
among them Daniel Porter, ?. A. lie- ?
Clure, Chas. S. Fcttermon, all Ropubli- r
cans, while the Democracy Is ably rep- 1
resented by .lohn M. Kennedy, W. A. I
Sipe, T. C. Luzear and others. It is
expected that the Governor will appoint
two liepublicans and one Dotno? *
with thn fuir nnHnrRhinrlinf* thnfc
in this Republican stronghold his ,
choice of one of tho Democrats will bo
NARROW ESCAPE 0
Of Loril Ilmultly From Hunting to Dentil. '
Tiro of Ills Servants Victim*.
London, May 24.?At midnight on |
Saturday Lord Romiliy upset a paraffine }
lamp in tho drawing room o! his Lon- (
don residence. Ho was alone at the
time and vainly attempted to extin- c
guisli the fire unassisted. Shortly aftor
the butler swelled the smoke
and on making n hurried I
investigation found Lord Horn- f
illy lying senseless in tho burn- c
ing drawingroom, the nobleman having c
been ovorcomo by smoke and tho 1
fumes arising from tho burning con- t
tents of tlio lamp. Lord Itomilly was ?
mibsoi|uontly removed to St. George's ?
hospital, where all attempts to revivo t
him failed. Several tiro engines in re- g
sponso to alarms sent out hastened to
Lord ltomilly's house, about which an
excited crowd gathered. Tho firemen,
on entering, found Blanche Grif- t
fin, a housemaid, and Emma Livell, <
the cook, in the satno state of insonsi- I
bility in which their employer was dis- c
covered. They were also removed to c
the hospital, where it was found that t
both were already dead. Another fe- t
male servant and the butler had sue- a
ceeded in escaping from the house.
Georgo Byno, a fireman, received serious
injuries whilo engaging in rescuing the
unconscious inmates of the houso. Tho .
fire, which was not" extensive, was soon
Cremation is increasing in Japan. In c
some of the larger cities one-third of th e 1
bodies are disposed of in this way. t
CHILE IS WISE.
Pho Itata Will Be Surrendered and tlio
Cbnte Pruetloally Ovor.
San Fiuifcisoo^May 24.?Tho Evening
Bulletin professes to have reliable auhority
(or a statement which it pubishes,
to the effect that the Congressonal
party of Chile has entered into an
igreement with tho United States govirnmcnt
to surrender the steamer Itata
ind her cargo; and further, that the
Charleston wilt not pursue the Itata any
anger, but will proceed to Calao, and
he Itata will be handed over to the
American authorities. -Tho Bulletin
iddB: "It is probable proceedings will
hen follow in the Federal courts of tho
TnWnd Kfntoo V111*. It Is flnfinltnlv
hat there will be no guns flred in the
lapturo of the Itata, and that pursuit
>y the Charleston is practically olf."
New Yokk, May 23.?The Bteamship
'inance, which arrived from Brar.il,
irings some interesting hews of affairs
n Chili. Among the most important is
he intelligence that tho rebels have
ormed a congress with George Montt,
idmiral of the rebel fleet as president,
ienor L. Erruzariz an minister of foreign
elations, Colonel Arturo Walker, minster
of finance and Colonel Hulley,
ninisterof war. The first act passed by
ho new congress decreed that all aricles
necessary for consumption in
Jhili should be admitted to tho counry
free of duty.
Tho Financo reports also that on
Ipril 20 a couple of insurgent men-ofrar
appeared at Calders and bombarded
ho town for three hoars, killing over
>no hundred of the citizens. The next
lay the rebels landed a force of men
ind occupied the town.
The Robert and Miuuie to be Seized.
Los Angles, 0*1., May 24.?U. S. Disrict
Attorney Colo yesterday filed a
ibel in the Unitod States District Court
igainst the Robert and Minnie praying
>er seizure and condemnation on a
hargo of violating tho neutrality laws
n miiil vphhoI flttim? out and nrmini;
teelf to go to the assistance of ceifhiri
ebels in Chile, known as tho Congreaional
party. The Marshal took the
loccssary warrants to soize tho vessel.
?ho writs are returnable June 1(3.
BROKEN HEARTED GIRL
Ihe Jilted a True Lover to Find the One of
Her Choice was n Rascal.
Buffalo, N. Y., May 24.?The friends
if Miss Bertha Flenner, of Si. Cathornes,
Ont., who assembled hero Friday
light to attend her marriage to J. Perry
iow<jn, took a heart broken girl back to
Janada, for tho bridogroom deserted
ler at tho last hour. J. Perry Bowen,
tro/essing to bo a literary man of
roalthy tamily, arrived in Buffalo throe
seeks ago, mot Miss Flennor, who, withn
two weeks, dismissed the young man
o whom Bhe was engaged for two years
nd bocome ougagwl ,ta JBowen, ivho
old her he was wealthy.
Wednesday night Bowon disappeared,
nd then it was found that ho nud borowed
money and contracted debts
very whore. Mim-Flenwr'fl trunks
re re seixed for tho "hotel "bill; and Frilay
night her relatives took hor back to
SUNDAY BASE BALL.
'he Game Stoppoa oy tne jtouoo at tanclunntl?Yesterday's
Cincinnati, 0., May 24.?More than
,000 pcoplo paid admission to the assoiation
base ball grounds to-day. Each
ne on entering tho gate received a
icket containing an order for a refund
f their admission feo in case the game
fas prevented by polico interference,
nd an hour later each one used his
icket in obtaining a refund. The Athctics
had raado tho run from Pliiladelihia
in the unparalloled time o! 18
lours. They went to bat, played the
irst inning without making a run. Cininnati
then played till two men were
iut, when a squad of sixty police
topped the game and took tho players
otho station house. They wero'roaase&on
a bond of $300 each to appear
lefore tho police court to-morrow.
Lodisvillk, Ky., May 24.?The Washngtons
wore treated with a coat of
rhitewash to-day at the hands of tho
hampions. Score: LouisvilloC; Washington
0. Earned, Louisville 1. Errors,
each, Hits, 8 and 7. Pitchers, Ehret
.ml Bakcly. Umpire, Matthows.
Coi.umiius, Ohio, May 24.?Baltimore
ron to-day's game on an error of Sneed
nd heavy hitting in the ninth inning,
icore: Columbus 8; Baltimore 4. Erors,
2 and 1. Hits, 4 and 0. Earned,
Saltimore 4. Pitchers, Dolan and Mcilahon.
Tho Grcnt Washington lloffnttA.
Washington, D. O., May 25.?Boating
nen in Washington believe that the
National regatta on the Potomac in
August will be the greatest o! its kind
ver held in America. In support
f this belief they point to tho
act that Secretary Gibson has
lready received more letters asking for
nformation than ever before since ho
illed tho olHce. An innovation this
car will bo the lirst appearance 01 an
ight-oared shell crew from across ilie
it. Luwrence. Crews from Toronto nro
Dr. Barrowi Declnret far Urlggt.
Ciiicaoo, May 24.?The Rev. Dr. John
I. Borrows, of this city, declared to-dny
or Prof. Brims. Dr. Barrows, who is
>no of the best known Presbyterian
livines in the West, said that if the
resbyterian confession of faith is too
larrow to recoive thu great controversiilist
it ought to bo. postponed. The
tatemcnt was made by Dr. Barrows in
he First church before a large conception
and attracted marked attention.
A Coward Well Named.
Jonesboro, Awe., May 24.?Two young
nen, named Johnson and. Coward, hetune
involred in a quarrel in this city
(it#* Iwat. nifrht. when Johnson's father
ame to the rescue, separating the young
nen, Coward then turned on the peacenaker
and fatally stabbed him, whereipon
young Johnson drew his pistol
,nd sliot Coward twice, Both will die.
Sl. Paul, Minn., May 24.?Last night
ind to-day good rains fell in the Northrest.
Ellendale, N. D., reports a
Ircnching and soaking rain that has
long the crops great good. It rained
leavily around New ulin, Minn., and
ilmilar report* come from elsewhere.
' >?Sit *. i>... - v . : .vjfct,
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS: 1
The French Minister of Foreign ?
Affairs Grows Excited y
AND SENDS fl MESSAGE TO THE CZRR
Which Results in Clearing Up tho
DWIoultie* In tho !*"?} or aSucccwfill
Exhibition?Ijoril llomllly's Xar. : J
row Escape?Chilean News via
Pahis, May 2-1.?M. liibot, Ministorof ri
Foreign Affairs), excited over a contra; .^3
tempts which imporiled the Ccar's visit w J
to the French exhibition at Moscow," |
wired to the St. Petersburg embassy, in- . >
sisting upon nn immediate diposal of
the dilficuity at any cost. A response 5
was received at the foreign office to-day '.-SI
that the matter bud been Buttled ana J
that the Czar and bis family would ' -'J
start fur Moscow to-morrow. . The -??
French charge I)' Affaires, Count Van- ;
vine, will receive the imperial party at f:
The Jews, Grunewald and Poliakow, ' >'
who hold bonds over the receipts of the H!*
exhibition for moneys lent to the coni- . 3
mittee, have been ordered to await examination
by M. Dournouy, Minister of
tho Interior, whom the Czar stttrtod off i
hastily last evening to conduct an in- 'v>
quiry'iiilo tho matter. The Czar will .?
spend four days at Moscow, where great ..
preparations lor his reception are being
made. M. Ribot attaches- special im- l
portanco to the event.
The Chilean legation has Santiago advices
claiming continued successes for '4
thn nnrtv nil land and BC&. . "-*1
According to thcso dispatches, the war 9
fillip Admirant C'ondell on the l"th at- 4 '3
tacked iquique and discharged a
torpedo against the insurgent trans. $g
ports, tho crows of which took -J
refugo oil land. Tho crews of tlia ?fjjt
insurgent vessels mntinied after
sustaining a heavy loss in killed and
wounded. Tho position of the insur? ' '
gents, according to thtrJsame authority, .' ';:'a
is everywhere critical, while tho army
of the government is loyid and well dis- S
The Nancy court has sentonced to
death an extraordinary criminal named ? ig
Eugene Mercior. This man for years . J
bore a high character. He was a load- .'
irig customs oilicial and an esteemed
Fever is raging at Malta.
Negotiations for a Canadian loan at <S
Paris have proved fruitless.
A pleasure boat at Beauvois, France, '?
capsized, and its eight occupants wore
London financiers think the money ;
market should be placed on a different [:-?
French distillers are urgent in their .
demands for the admission of corn and.
molasses free of duty.
Bohemian'Czech students nt Prague. '.an
assaulted without provocation a party j
of visitors from tho lair.
? W Clv.f4r?n?t '
JMUlUr ?r UJI^UI-'Ul^, Vk VIIU utu>tgm?,w-nju
fleobachur, committed suicide Friday bv
leaping through a window. Cause, met ;Jgj
A BOLD SWINDLE).
Fivo Thousand Ffloplo Taken in By a
Cuuplo of C'oiiflclouco Meu, ;'v;
Omaha, Ned., May 24.?Fivo thousand
peoplo went to t he fair grounds this afternoon
to see tho great Chicago air ship
sail out for a trip to tho Garden City and
to witness a wedding in mid air.
They pnid twenty-five cent*
apiece for tho privilege oi
passing into the grounds and out
again, for after tho managers of the
affair had sccured the cash and had the
peoplo safely corralled, in tho grand
stand they mounted horses and fled
with their ill-gotten gains and not a
sijin of tho air ship has been seen in g!j
this city, and Messrs. Bush and
Dodd, the alleged proprietors, arc nowhere
to bo found.
Sail Drowning Accident.
Sandstone, Minx., May 24.?An appalling
accident occurred hero Friday
evening, when CharleB A. McGraw, of .;
Augusta, Mc., and Thomas Barnoy, of
Chippewa Falls, Miss., two well-known ij
lumbermen, lost their lives in tho Kettle . J
river. The men were out on the river '$
in a small boat and tried to run the
Kettle Falls. Tho boat capsized and
both were drowned before they could
bo rescued. Mr. McGraw: leaves a wife j >'
and two children in G'lurksvillo, la. His
father lives at Augusta, Maine. Barney
leaves a family of grown up childrtfe.
Their bodies havo been recovered and
1'nlico llccelvo a Warning. :>
Mahon Citv, L>., May 24.?Tho saloon
element of this city are resorting to any
and every means to intinridato officers M
of the law. To-day JudgeJohn C. Sher- .
win, of tho twelfth judicial district, and
J. J. Clark, states attorney, received the ,
"Please notice this. If either of yon - 'J
longer meddle with tho liquor cases or jrt
secure indictments against us, wo will
burn you out of house and home. Bo- ?
ware. You have heen repeatedly and y.
fairly warned. Beuabe. Bewakb.
(Signed) "White Caps."
Sunday Fight In Klui Grow*
George nnd Kobort Muldoon and
"Reddy" Reagan, tho last escaped from
tho Workhouse, were arrested lor light- 'i
ing in JMin urovo yciJiuiujij mu<
Constable John Anderson took thorn
before 'Squiro Thoruburg, who sent
them to jml.
New York, Mnv 24.?Arrived, steamer
La Brelanne, Havre.
Fast.vet, May 24.?Passed, liny 24,
eteamur Arizona, New York lor Liverpool.
Wenther Form-ant for To-<lay. > ";v!l
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ror uvni faspnBTnw... . ,
Ohio, generally fair, stationary u mpcrataro;- wfl*
as tarnished by C. Settnep/, druggist, Opart
liotuo corner: :_ ?
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7 a. I 3 p.
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