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WILMINGTON, DEL, FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1889.
NO. 297.
ONE CSNT.
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EVENING JOURNAL
AT
Wholesale
In the western part of the city by
Edward J. HcGittigen.
Dealer in
TOBACCO, cigars. newspapers,
BUCKS ANC PERIODICALS.
No. 1704 Scott Street,
Between Delaware and Gilpin avenues.
Newsboys Supplied at 4 p. m.
HKlsP WANTED.
OV AT STORE NINTH AND MADISON
streets. D. N. THOMPSON.
B
IMRSTVLASH PANTALOON AND VEST
Apply at Boston One Price
1
makers,
nothing House.
QBNANT OF ALL WORK, WHITE
O or colored girl: must bring good refer
ences. Address, V. X., Evening Journal
office.
SITUATIONS WANTED.
ELP FURNISHED FOR HOTELS,
Restaurants and private families at the
shortest notiee. Also help furnished for sea
shore. Charge fOc. Apply at
WILMINGTON INTELLIGENCE
H
OFFICE,
1X33 Orange street.
FOR SALE,
D ouble walnut dksF'andTmvot
Chair, nt oIVut. No. î» F. S* vriith -lr<*«M.
/ 10OD PIANO. CHEAP.
" 1 720 West Ninth street.
APPLY AT NO.
BOARD AND DOOMS.
XT ICE L Y FURNISHED ROOMS, WITH OH
i-i without board. Also tabic board. Refer
ence._708 King street. __
PERSONS WISHING TABLE BOARD
X «-an lln«l first -élus» accommodations by the
day or week by applying at No. 12 E. 4th St.
NOTICES.
C tEOUGE WHITE, CARTER,
J successor te
Robert S. Smith, No. 128 French street. Is pre
pared to do light or heavy hauling at reasona
ble rates.
Particular attention given to removing
oaf es, pianos and other articles requiring care
and extra attent'on.
Tele pho ne call N0^432._
H. CLOUD
N. E. Cor. Fourth and Market, 2«1 flcx»r.
Entrance on Fourth St.
N.
ARCHITECT.
Telephone call 181.
XTEW WATCHES, CHAINS, JEWELRY,
T> <*tc., verv low, at De NORMANDIE'S,
808 Shipley e t reel.
'Vf OTICE—BOARD OF PUBLIC EDUCA
TION
ELECTION
An election for
sniben of the Board of Pub
lic Education in Wilmington,wiii bo held Id the
afternoon of SATURDAY, May 4, 1881». Pol!»
will be open at 12 o'clock or
thereafter and close at rt p. m.
Tlie Inspectors of the election district in
which the election is to bo held in the w ard
will hold the sch« nil election.
Members to be elected and places of voting
are as follows:
FIRST WARD.—Ob© member for two y^ars.
Polls, public school house No. 28, Second street,
near Washington st reet.
WARD. —One member for two
Polls, northwest corner Second and
streets.
thirty minutes
SECOND
years.
Walnut
THIRD WARD.—One member for one year,
one member for two years. Polls, public
school house No. 3, Jefferson street, below
Third street.
FOURTH WARD.—One member for two
years, ['oils, public school house No. 7, cor
ner Fifth and Pine st'-eols.
FIFTH WARD.—Gne
years Polls, public«chnol bouse No. \ corner
Eighth and Wollaston streets.
SIXTH WARD.—One member for two years.
. public school house No. 5, Walnut
t above Twelfth street.
mem lier for t
Polls,
street
SEVENTH WARD —One member ferone
Tear; one member for tw*o years Polls, pub
lic school house No. 2, corner Eleventh and
Washington street«.
EIGHTH
WARD—One member for two
years. Polls, public eebor-1 house No. 8, corner
Seventh ami Spruce s' rents.
NINTH WARD
—One member for one year,
one member for two years. Polls, Old
Academy
TENTH
WARD—One member for two
years. Polls, pabUc school house No. 15,
near corner Third and Harrison streets.
ELEVENTH WARD—One member for two
years. Poll», public echoed house. No. Ik, cor
ner Oak and Harrison streets.
TWELFTH WARD—On© member for two
years. Poll», southwest corner Fourth and
Rodney streets.
L. R. JONES. Socretarv.
FOIATICAL.
HP6 TH E D E MOCR/ TIC VOTERS OF NE W
± CASTLE COUNTY.
Attention! Notice if hereby given that by
authority of the County Executive Commit
tee an election for sixty-two delegates, five
delegates for each hundred and one from < och
ward of the City of Wilmington, will he held
SATURDAY. MAY 4,1889,
at the usual polling places. The delegate»
elected shall meet In «invention at the Court
House in the City of New Castle on
SATURDAY, MAY 11, 1889,
all o'clock p m .total«' into consideration
the revision of the present party rules to the
end that the county meetings as now held
shall lx* abolished. The election shall be held
by the judges appointed to hold the county
nominations The polls shall ho opened at i
o'clock p. in , andctosod at 5 o'clock: p. d.
At the close of said eledfcion the judges shall
at once make certificate and return the sajom
to the chairman of this committee, who nill
attend the convention and certify to the con
vention the election of solid delegates.
WILLIAM HERBERT.
Chairman County Executive Committee.
Attest— H ouack C. Joe nsox, Secretary ._
jt ob
on
SHERIFF
»r
NEW CASTLE COUNTY,
George C. llothweli
Of Blackbird Hundred,
Subject to the decision -of the Democratic
Party.
PROPOSALS.
JROPOSALH FOR NEW SCHOOL
HOUSE.—Sealed prooesois will be
ceivcd at the Board of Public Education rooms'
until 8.30 p. ai. on Monday, the 13th day of
May, for the building of a newuschool house in
the Twelfth ward. No bills will be received
after the above named hour. The Board re
serves the right to reject any or all bids. A
bond of $SIKI will be required wr'th each bid
Flans and specifications can be seen at the
office of I be architect. Frank It. Carswell,
Sixth and Shipley streets.
JOSEPH PYLE,
S KOOMOKD SMITH,
JOHN J. CASSIDY
Committee.
1
r. -
INSTRUCTION,
r |MIE PRIVATE SCHOOL FOR YOUNG
A LA DI EH and Gentlemen, at No, 3(17 West
Twelfth street, for three years under Miss
Harlow's management, will be reopened Sep
tember 15 by Miss Ellen J. Henbane for nine
years principal of a seminary in Illinois; for
five years principal of a Synodical Cellcge in
Ain-souri, and at present assistant principal of
the Millersburg Female College in Kentucky.
i 1S e .Benham will bring an able assistant
with her. Tho regular course of study, pri
mary Intermediate ami college preparatory,
will Le pursued in the school. Pupils may be
enrolled with Mis« Henliain any time aftea
July l,.or before tiiat time with Miss Harlow.
GOAL, WOOD,
LIME AND SAND.
CHAS. F. MELCHOIR
Has removed from old yard at Fourth and
Hpruoa streets te new yard
NO. 208 PINE STREET.
TELEPHONE NO. fifth
PENNIES AND NMA I L CilANGK CAN
BF HAD ' T T «K fftrv» t>(^ MOOI1
Off zoe STRHlMa TOURNAI»
RKAL ESTATE FOR SALK.
TWBLÏC SALE OF V ALI ABLE HEAL
1 Estate.—Will be poM at public pale at
Stidham àc Son's auction rooms. No. Ill Kant
Fourth street, Wilmington Del., on Monday,
May t>, at II o'clock, the balance of the prop
erty known a* Kicliard-f n*s Mills, containing
twenty-nine acres. This property is within
mLeof the city limits, has an excel
lent water power, ft.* feet head and fall: close
to the B. <fe P. and W. A- N. railroads. Suita
ble for factories, mills and residences. Terms
easy. For further particulars apply to
J. S. HIUHAKDSON.
rentrai Hotel, No. 608 French street.
L. W. Stidham A Son, auctioneers. Tele
phone No. 685,
l.alr
rOR REN r.
T^OK RENT.-TliE THREE STORY BRICK
J 1 HOl'SE, No. «£7 West Fourth street,
with eight rooms and all the modern improve
ments. Good location for a physician. Apply
THOMAS R. LALL Yy
Hit Market street.
OUSBWU HARRISON STREET, ONE
souan* from Delaware avenue. Bath and
gas. Immediate possession. Apply to 337 E.
Fourth street.
to
II
N THE FIRST AND THIRD HATUR
day night in each month, the A. O. IT.
II In Uji> Law Building. Apply to Win.
II. Pierson or \Vm. K. Brinton. «35 West
Third street.
O
W. H
The Centennial is passed.
Now use your best efforts
to buying a Home or pro
cure a Lot upon which to
erect your home,
of either, with full particu
lars, call upon or address
HEALD & CO.
For list
L
9
9
Made by a system of parifica
ion and milling exclusively our
own, enables us to offer the
WHITEST,
STRONGEST
ÄND FINEST
Flour in the market.
THE WM. LEA & SONS CO
WILMINGTON, DEL.
HAVING REPLENISHED
Our stock and paying particular at
tention to
SMALL MOTIONS,
We are piepared to give our patrons
almost everything' they ask for iu
that line. Our intention is to sup
ply the wants of all. And as we are
constantly adding to our stock we
will he able to meet your de
mands. Please call and examine
store. We feel sure yon will come
again.
Very respectfully.
MORGAN & SAWDON,
No. 614 KING STREET.
CLOSING OUT
Baby Coaches
AT COST.
Now is your opportunity to
secure Baby Coaches at low
prices, as I am closing out all
I have of them at cost for
cash. Am not going to carry
them hereafter.
CH AS. J.H. BECKETT
T 26 Market Street.
WINES AND L.1UCOR8.
(JMiUMAH McHUGU,
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALER,
Ne. 13 Market Street,
Delaware.
VUmimrtnn.
T AMÉB A. KELLY.
WINE MERCHANT,
Sols Agent for Bohemian Budweles Be.»
Comer Tenth and Shipley street*.
Oranor & Co.
PARASOLS.
You can find hero
as fine assortment of
Parasols as was ever
shown iu "Wilmington.
All tho latest styles
and full "regulation"
length.
Here is the place to
huy fashionable goods
as well as cheap ones,
as everything is new.
Very respectfully,
Craxou & Co.
621 Market St.
Spring Underwear.
This kind of mer
chandise is much
lower this year than
for several seasons
past. AVe have re
ceived thus far a large
stock and offer
LADIES'
Ribbed Balbriggan
Vests at 12-J-, 20, 25
31, 874- and 50c.
India Gauze Vests at
874- and 50c.
Medium weight Me
rino Vests at GOc.
25
1
MEN'S
India Ganse Shirts,
25, 37£ 8iid 50e.
Balbriggan Shirts and
I Irawers, all sizes, 50c.
M cd i um weight Meri
no Shirts at 50c,
CHILDREN'S
India Gauze Vests at
18, 20
28 and 30c.
Grange & Co.
021 Market St.
2d. 26
,-,
'
$1 Shirts for 75 cents.
Cranor & Co., being
desirous of bringing
their Dress Shirts
prominently before
the gentlemen, will
sell to-day their $1.00
unlaundried shirts for
75c. They are double
both front and back,
linen cuffs and linen
fronts, lined with
heavy butcher's linen.
They are beautifully
sewed andre-inforced
at every weak point.
Oranor & Co.,
621 MARKET STREET.
A MIGHTY PECULIAR STRIKE.
Steel Knit Mm
Man they I
i'n i su jR- Pa., May 8.—A new feature in
the strikt« ci the Duquesne Bessemer steel
works has been devclo|H«d, verifying in a
measure the statement that the tight was be
tween the Duquesne cam pan y and Andrew
Carnegie. One of the me miners of the
strikers' finance committee stated yesterday
tiiul Andrew Carnegie ami Capt, Jones, of
tin* Edgar Thomson steel works, had placed
f I»VI0 at the disposal of the strikers, anti had
intimated that it more aid be needed it would
bo forthcoming. The strikers who were
despond- nt yesterday, are today buoyed with
new hope. It is said tlmt if the Allegheny
Bessemer Eteel company men strike Car
negie will either have to quit making rails or
buy out the firm. This morning fifty of the
Italian laborers left the work* in a body,
dissatisfied with their wages and hard work.
They were induced to return within the
eni'oNiire, but refused to go to work.
Tue strikers had a Jollification last night
Friends from the Braddook and Home tead
XiiiU visited Duquesne; the streets were ablaze
with red lire; six wagon loads of provl ions
for the strikers were donahs I by the mer
chants, and the striker» paraded the streit»
carrying sucks or baskets of provi iuus on
their should cl's.
facturera Supplying the
•ked OutÜÜ
ith VI
C«»l liiflloulty.
Brazil, lad., May «. —Tho block cool
minors of ihi* district, 2,000 iu immlior, quit
•aiLso of a disagreement with the
operators over tho yearly scale uf wages. A
Hocrot delegate meeting w as ho.d. It in known
that the delegates on to ml tho convention in
structed to refuse tho ojierutoiV offer, with
tho Nickel Plate, Chicago ami Jtunl>o mini's.
About one-third «»f the block miners of the
district work in those mines, but the vote in
structing the delegates was very email und
rather evenly divided. It is generally undcr
*»tood among the miners that a strike is
on. The oj)orators offer 70 cents, but the
miners have not yet committed themseives
to any price. Of 1,000 bituminous miners
less than 100 are at work, though their differ
ence l* Within cents of adjustiueut.
The llauiiltoii Kailrou«! Disaster.
Hamilton, Out, May «. —Th«* identifica
tion of victims in Huuday's railway acci
dent proceeds very slowly. Ho far four bod
ies have been identified or claimetl and sent
away. Edward Lolly, of Chicago, recog
iikZ.*d the remains of his brother, John H.
Keliy, <»f Chicago. Harry Evarts, whose
pa)jers were found in the debris of the wreck,
among which were some of Adam Fore
pjiugu's business cards, wasanuxig the killed.
Forepaugh telegraphed from Philadelphia,
asking that the pujiers bo forwarded to him,
and promising to look up Evarts' friends.
Di»titi|;uU!uMl Men at the Opening.
New York, May 8.—The New York South
ern society oj*ned their new club rooms with
a banquet and reception U> the southerner»
resident in this city. President John C. Cal
houn presided, 'i'
been arranged as follows: Vic
Morton, C. M. Dej*ew, IÎ. W. Grady, Gov
ernor Biggs, of Delaware; Governor Jack
son, of Maryamd; Governor Gordon, of
Governor llichardson, of South
Carolina; Governor Fowlo, of North Curo
ima; Governor Fitzhugh Lee, Governor
Baetwiier, and CoL Hancock, of Texas.
work 1
order of spetx'hes had
President
Border Furniers* Alliance.
Danville, Va., May 3.—Nearly 3U0 farm
ers, from tne border counties of Virginia and
Norlu Carolina, mot boro to organize tlie
Bord, r Fumiers' aJlùuicj. Col. !..
e» commissioner of agriculture of North
Carolina, and now general secretary of tho
Stau» a. bun ce, won present, and delivered an
address. The Bonier alliance was organized
with a full corps of «.Ulcers, rind considerable
business was transacted. The alliance is a
seen, t order.
. Polk,
Threw IlwlegateH Appr.lntwd.
Washington, Ma,.
Argentine Republic has appointed three dele
gates to repreeeat that republic in tho inter
national maritime congress to bo held hero
next October. Tho «lei« gates
Vicenti Quecoda, tho miumter of the Argen
tine republic at \V*»blngU u; Dr. Don itoque
Huenz Pena, minister to Uruguay, and Dr.
Don Manuel Quintana, apneiute.1
on a special mission.
—The j resident of tlie
are Dr, Dou
minister
FJ.*«
Bcranto.x, Pa., May ;
who is suing Jacob H
Y.jfor po.aesi
township valued at ÿlOOjXK), has brought
ejcluieut suit against the Delaware, Lac
wanuaand Western Railroad comiiany, which
is tlie actual occupant uf ihe «auos. The liti
gation involves royalties, lauis and rights
valULxi at ^ 1,500,000.
«•nt .igalnst th» I. & W. IL Co.
L a an B.
Foil»,
traiit, uf llmlsoti, N.
n of coal lauds in J*u i;uu anna
uu
Secretary Cook's Condition.
New York, May 3.—Dr. J. W. Whithcok,
of Rochester, who is uitei duig Secretary of
State Frederick Cook at thu Gdsey house, is
sued the following bulletin: "Mr. Cook issuf
feting from a moderate attack of pleuro
pneumonia, Which would not give rise lo
great uucasme -s but for complication with
Uu real disorder, weakness of tho heart .n
D rs. fcstamshuku and Jacobi also sigu the bul
letin. __
The Case Against John C. Raymond.
New Brunswick, N. J., May .1.—lawyers
Purdy and Cardoza, utni special agents of
tho insurance companion, have laid their caso
against John C. Raymond, tlie alleged Iseliu
hou-.eburner, liefoio the court. Bait will he
fixed today. Raymond was not j »presented.
None of his friends, nor even his wife is
allowed to see him without a pass from the
prosecutor, Hon. damn Abliott, and .Senator
Adrian for tho defense.
lUllroads Make*
'c
ment.
New York, May 3.—The Northern Pacific
directors ratified an agreement with the
Wisconsin Central, which gives tue former
the u^e of the latter's tracks and terminals,
und binds the Wisconsin Central not to make
contracts with any other road. The direc
tors also agreed to reopen negotiations fur a
joint lease with the Union Pacific of the
Oregon Navigation property.
An OI«l Tollin'« i Merchant Dead.
Boston, May a—Col. Charles W. Wilder,
w ho died yesterday, agisl 90 years, was
of tlie olde-t and oest known tobacco mar
chants of Boston; had been an alderman,
state senator and quartermaster-geutjrai of
militia, ami was a prominent Mason and
founder of the Central club.
A New Catholic U.-shop,
Peterboko, Ont., May. 3.—Rev. Richard
A. O'Connor was consecrated Roman Cath
olic bishop of Peterboro by Bishop Cleary,
of Kingston. There were present Arch
Bishops Dubemel, of Ottowu, und Fahre, ol
Montreal; Bishops Walsh, of London; Foley,
of Detroit, and Mgr. Legaro, of Quebec.
Fired luto m Freight Train.
New Orleans, May a— A dispatch from
Orange, Tex., to The Times-Democrat
tiiat a gang of drunken ruffians at a dance a
mile wtst of there near the Southern Pacific
railroad track tired into a passing freight
train, wounding I-arry Moore, u brak?mau
M^ore (Ued yetterdajf at Beauuwufc ^
suj>
BLOODY MEXICAN RSOTS.
More Than 250 Victims Lying
Dead in the Streets.
KOMMERS FI UK INTO TUB CROWD.
Ten ThuuHikml People 811 rnmml :| .1 11 »ml
Art* Cliurgi «I Upon liy 31-0 llr^ulir Sul
im I .out sixteen Rilled ami
«Iler»,
W«MIII«lvil.
Han Antonio, Tex., May «.—A gentleman
who baa just arrived from Gimuajuata,
Mexico, brings details of the riot at that
place. He is prominent in political life, aud
the truth «>f bis statement can le rolled upon.
ife expect» to return to Mexico shortly, and
therefore bis name is w iiblield.
Homo two months ago live Jesuit priests,
who bad Ijucii expelled from France fur po
litical reasons', Apixwired in La Luz, a min
ing mi bur b of Guanajuato.
I ailing for God's Vengeance.
They immediately began a crusade against
the Dias government, preached of the wrongs
of the priesthood, called for God's vengeance
njHJii tlie impious heads which had allowed
American railroads to penetrate tlie country
ami do much barm. They especially con
demned civil law marriage, proclaiming such
unions illegal, and children born of them il
legitimate. They were arrested but man
ag« d to cheap,*; were recaptured and taken
to jail.
Un their way to the jail they tore their
hair, beat their breasts and cubed iqioii the
people to roM'ue them, it was nearly «lark
when they were imprison«*!, and soon there
were 10,000 ]»et)pie surging about the Jail.
Many of them were armed, and in a short
time they Itugau the attack. Finally they
tired the jail.
A
in
in
is
H.
of
Firing Into the Cnnril
At 11 o'clock 300 regular wiMuts n|>|«viml
frein Guanajuato. They came up at a
tloulile quiek au I fornuil acrowi the street
The mob refused to dixperse at the olHcer-n
command, ami tiring immediately lieguu.
The volleys mowed the croud down at short
range.
After a half hour's continuous fighting a
charge with the bayonet was ordered. Then
tho mob gave way and ran jiell-meli.
Dead. *
Altogether more limn 3.T0 (persons were
dead U(kiii the streets.
The soldiers lost sixteen killed and wound
ed. Among tho diwl was one lieutenant.
The lire in the jail was quenched and the
frightened priests were taken to Guminjuata
for safety. They are now couUned in the
Costello du Grund«. ns, an immense pile iu
which tho great Hidalgo revolution had its
birth.
It is thought that had the riot proven suc
oessiul ami the local authority lieen over
thrown a serious uprising would have re
sulted.
It is thought that had the riot proved suc
cesslulnud the local authority overthrown a
serious uprising would have resulted.
(iuaneJunta is tlie capital of tho inland
state of tlie same name. It contains many
line public buddings, among the chief of
which are tlie cathedral and eight mon
asteries. The population, which is between
00,003 and 70,01»), is largely Catholic.
250 IVrso
and
tlie
tho
an
a
DEAD IN THE JAIL.
F.ml of a Nnneryniiin Who Put Paris
Green in Ills Wife's Iteer.
East Nkwark, N. J., May 3.—Michael
Duffy, an E ist Neu ark nursery man, who
was lodged in the jail on the Heights civils
wife's charge of having attempted to poison
her, died in his evil. Duffy controlled one of
the largest nurseries in tho Kearney nection
of East Newark.
Ln-' Friday he went out ami made a pur
chase of ls>er. He afterward bought paris
green, anil dropped it Into tie, can in which
he wm, carrying his iver. When ho reached
home h s wile was entertaining some friends.
Duffy plant! the can of beer on the table,
and one of the visite s was alsmt to
drink fr. ni it when tlie clerk at the stor
which the poison had been purchased rushed
breathlessly up to iho house, and excitedly
s]sike to Mrs, Duffy. The next instant she
flash» 1 Into the r.siRt anil hade her guest put
the can of beer down.
"My God!' she exclaimed; "it has been
poisoned."
Duffy took the can and emptied its contents
out on tho ground. IPs wife made complaint
to Justice Lynch mid he w
cu. u.dy and lodge! in the Hudson county jail.
Dr.
tlie
alto a
at
liti
Co.
N.
uu
taken into
HILLARY HAS DISAPPEARED.
of
is
lo
.n
bul
of
he
is
the
Ho Is Wanted for Causing file Death of
.-If.ss Nettie G tlyon.
New York, May 3.—Funeral services over
tho remains of M>u Nettie Guyon, the
fortunate young woman who died on Mon
day night from the iffectsof malpractice,
have been held. The body lay in the mod
estly furnished front jiarlor of her late homo
at 13 Commerce street While tlie friends
of tho fom-ly were gathered about the cof
fin word came that tho coroner was on his
way to tho house with a jury. The
friends vacated tlie room when Coroner Man
ly und lii* jury marched in. Tho jury sol
emnly viewed the body mid then retired.
Tlie remains were taken to Totten ville, H. L,
tho native place of the dead girl, where they
were burieil.
Hie warrants lamed for the arrest of Danc
ing Ma- ter Cartier, Dr. ChadUiurno and
Miles Hillary are m the bands of the detec
tives of the Charles street police station. Tho
detectives will not arrest them until they
have first arrested Hillary, who has suddenly
disappeared.
William Holzer, a lawyer, called at tlie
coroner's cilice yesterday ami said he
Hillary' counsel He wanted Coroner Hanly
to tell him how much bail would be required,
provided Hillary gave himself up.
Daring Rubbery in lies tun.
Boston, May 3.— Two men entered the jew
elry store of W. B. Mor e & Co., at No. 368
Tixvr.ont street. One of them wanted to look
at « pair of diamond earrings. The jewels
were shown him, and as aoo.i os lie got them
ip his possession ho darted out of tho door,
followed by two clerks, but was lost sight
of in tho cr wd. The diamonds were valued
at |350. As si h >n as the clerks were out of the
door tho second man hastily appropriated a
riug valued at #HK, a diamond stud valued ut
$90, an unset diamond valued at $135, and a
gold watch valued at $00, with wh ch'he dis
appeared. There is no trace of tlie thieves.
At here la Samuel Fessenden?
Boston. May 8.—A dispaicb lo Tho Trav
eier from 8 .ndwich, Mass,, says that Samuel
Fessenden, treasurer of the Cape Cod Canal
company, left town two we ks ago, having
In Ins possession all the company's funds and
the fun's of the Episcopal church, and leav
ing a, large m.miier i f unpaid Mils and notes.
His lumily hare since leit lown. and nothing
is known cf his cr their w hereabouts. The
carol e fcrprLe ha* probably reciived its
death blow.
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GUTHRIE GETTING INTO SHAPE.
Fifty llu 11- Unir» Free ted—Troops Will Eject
Icee strip squatter».
(lern .a:. I. T., May 3.— Tue surveyor» In
laying «-nt anew the Guthrie town site,
have sue«- «©tied in locating the exterior cor
nel's of tl**« bus; ne. is quarter, and M*yor Dyer
at once issued an order to all property owners
to make their lots conform to t ie linos laid
down. The oflb-iai survey will not lie com
pleted U-fure Saturday. The past two days
have wrought many changes in bolb Guthrie
and Oklahoma City. At .east Ally buildings
have been erected in each place, all of them
of woo«l. Two banks are doing businm-i in
Guthrie, ami a third will be in operation this
Supplies are being haul d in by the
railroads, and board and lodging may now
In* secured for a re asoaa b.e sum.
The buildings are
lx) easily moved, and upon the conclus on of
the survey a general shifting of locations
may l»e looked for. In throe or lour weeks
Isiih towns will bave ruacuud a point when
predictions as to the.r future can lie made
with greater certainty.
Fort Ukno, I. T., May «.—-Capt. Hull and
A company of cavalry leit King libber to eject
settlers from the Cheroki«e strip. Heveroi
huudml settlers are now* on the strip. They
are determined men who have duke*l every
thing on the Oklahoma opening, a d, failing
to get their claims, have gone to the »(rip.
No organize 1 resistance to the military is ex
pected.
the Jliei
wet.
Umt they may
r«e led
ITALIANS RIOTING.
They Tried to Stop Others from Work, mid
Their Leader Im Shot Through the I.egR.
Potthvillk, Pa., May 8.- An outbreak
curred among a number of luuian laUuvrs
on the Schuylkill and Ixdiigh Valley road
near this city. The men struck for higher
wag«*, and arming themselviw with pistols
and clultH, c«>uq-el.ed the men in other sec
tions to join them. At the section of Con
tractor Hickert, near Urwigslmig, the mob
met with the first organize«! resistance.
Hickert rallied his men ami made a stand,
some of his force Udng armed with Wincaus
ter rilies. Huv«*ral volleys were fired ami the
l«*a«ier of the rioters, an Italian, was shot
thrmigh the legs. The sheriff |>rucoeded Uf
the scene with u strong poor. Nine of the
rioters were arrested and lo«lg«sl in jail here.
All is now ijuiet
Keiuly for ll»e ( Imrtvr Argument.
I.awy
Jku.sk y City, May 8.—For the next day or
two there will U a lull in charter fight «lovel
opmiMitK All ey
a^ain, a» they were (luring th«« kimmoii of the
leginlaluro, «*nd the lawyor» on Utlli hmIch are
overhauling law book» in prc|xiration for the
argument which I» to be hoard there on Hat
urduy next l»?fore Chief Jnelioe Beaxloy, It
wiu* iKM^ble, a« Mated Wedueflday, for the
chief jn-ii«s* to hav »* acUsI
ward»' application, made to him Wediuwhiy,
a» ex jMirle, but neither he nor tlie h< in tor
deem d tiiat the wiHer count«, and it wait ar
ranged that notice sie mid lm given to all »idt»
interested. Unusual ignorai»« «* pn>vail» hh to
the terms of the act under which tho <*hlef
are turn«*«! to Trenton
Henutor H I
justice wus asked by tieuator E lwmds, Wed
nesday, to act.
A Drum nt lr Hrei
Cumberland, Md., May 3. —During the
trial of Melvin C. Uarliu for the murder of
hi» wife, avery dramatic und exulting menu
oecurroJ. WBdo u wlinen» was describing
how Gai liU bUkhI over hU w fe, while »he
was lying down, and fired thus.* shots into
her boiy, Joseph White, tho father of the
dead woman, sprang up with a wild cry of
rage, and » iziug a i hair, upraise,1 it and
miulu a ru h towards Gurntz. Ho was
grabbed by suvurai )ailicemau anil taken to
an auto room until lie regained his compo
sure. His daughter Myrtle, who had shortly
liefere testified, shrieked aloud as her father
cri d out, anil flung herself U(iun him. For a
few moments t e exeitemeut in tlie room was
intense, and it was some time before the trial
euuld proceed.
Court.
Fatal Fir«* In rhlladHphln.
1 'iiiLADKi.rui a, May a—Th© four story
stone bunding attach«»! to the Catholic col
l«*g<\ on Rist ('helfen avenu«*, Germantown,
has been destroyed by fire. Great ©xcite
ni«*nt prevailed among the students in
the college adjoining when it was learned
that two brothers, Ignatius and Michael
iMinin, w«*ro in the third story of the
burning building. Michael junq»*«! to tho
ground, but was so seriously injured by th«*
fall that it is thought he sustain© I fatal
injuries. Ignatius was burmsl to «loath.
Ho tried to follow his brother's example,
but tho flooring gave way under him and
ho sank into tho burning mass of debris.
Dr. Ittirimrd l.nld at Rent«
Nkw YORK, May 8.—The funeral services
over tho remain» of President Barnard, «»f
Columbia college, who died on Saturday,
after a short illness, were hol«i in 8t. Thomas'
church. Fifth avenue and Fifty-thin! str«*et
The edifice was file! with student» am! pr«>
lessors of this city and out of town coll
Bishop Potter conducted tho sei vice»,
body was loft in the churcn after the services
until 8 p. in., when it was taken to Sheffield,
Mam., where tlie final services and interment
will take place today.
Run Down by an Engine.
Comm u nip aw, N. J., May 3.—William
Murtlia, 45 years old, of No. 1UÜ Murtha
street, was (rightfully Injured at the Com
uiunipaw yard of the Central railroad,
where he wa* employed as a switchman. In
avoiding an ml-uund train he steppied in
front of a moving drill engine, ami
run down. Hu skull was fractured, his left
arm was brokeu, and he received internal
hurts,
hospital.
T. M. C. A. Secretaries In Conference.
Orange, N. J., May^.—The international
conference cf secretaries of the Young Men's
Christian association of the United States
and Canada is iu sesxinn here. Five hun
dred secretaries are expected to be present.
The conference will last till Tuesday, when
the members will start for Fhiladelpiliia te
attend the international convention of the
Young Men's Christian association, at which
1,000 delegates will be iu alteudunctii
» ii
Ho was removed to 8U Francis
th« Weier.
London, May 3. —The report that i h© North
Germau Lloyd steamer Wear had arrived at
Bremen with yellow fever on board proves to
iiave been entirely without foundation. Th«
error was caused by a ni »leading telegraph
dispatch. Th© steamer on which the yellow
fever CKvnrrad was the Berlin, which arrived
in tho Weser river yesterday. The Berlin
soil«*! from Bokia March 28, and was last re
ported at Lisbon about April 17.
Th« then Tournament.
Nxw York, May 3.—In the chess tourna
ment Tschigorin beat Martinez, Gunzberg
L at Hanham, Gossip and Burrille drew, and
at 11:80 last night the games between Weiss
and D. G. Bau d, Taubenhaus and Demi&r
and Mason und Blackburn were unfinished.
No Yellow Fever
New York's Now Excise 'Commis* loners.
New York, May 3.— E. T. Fitzpatrick,
Joseph Koch and Aexander Meakin were
appointed by Mayor Grant as excise com
missioners in place of Messrs. Andrews, Van
Ufa tin and Woodman__
OEM. WALLER HONORED.
lie Is Presented With a Colos
sal Silver Shaving Cup,
THE
SAMOAN
CONFERENCE.
Four Irish Members of Parliament Snot t m
Prison—King Chari..* Ara.rlcun
it«—No Hop« for th« Suipir UlU_.\ r oh
Iiluliop ll'Al.h Will Testify.
London, May a- A l-anquet was tendered
Consul General Waller last night ou his
tiri.iK from office. A number of royal acad
emicians attended the ga; bering, which waa
unique ami bn limit, Thu Imnquet was given
at the Hotel Metropole. Hir John PuUnton,
ii. P, for Davenport, presided. Amid p;roa*
enthusiasm ami cheering Hir John presented
M. Waller with acolimtl silver loving cup,
making, at the same time, a complimonlarjr
s|H*ech. Mr. Waller res ponded in a happy
manner. II« thanked his friends for their
kindness, but he declared the entb-isiasna
manifested ho did not receive for himself; he>
imdersiond that it was for the country whid»
he represented. Ho dwelt upon the integrity
o English merchants, which he said was nok
exceeded m tile whole world. The growin g
connection between the two English sjsiakin>—
natiens, he said, made it impossible to c •a
coive of other than the warmest fooU. g»
«xi. ling liotween them.
The Samoan Conference.
LONDON, May 3.—Tho proeeu dings of th«
Hainoan ounlarcncu in Berlin, soanly as they
have thus far been, are followed with great
interest in England, and nearly all the Lon
don i»i|.eis contain dady comment on th«
mutters now being deliberated at tho Ger
man capital. Thu Ua lirai press is |Kirsiston$
ii its accusations that Ljrd Salisbury has
leanings toward Germany's interests in th»
conference and luliinates tiiat the Gorman
ami English commlssioueis seem to work to
gether in tho conference and are jointly op
poeed to the American commissioners. This,
tlie Hud cal |ni|iers assert, is a grave blun
der, to «ucriüc# A merleau to German Inter
ests, and point out how much mol-« England
Ino, und ought to have, in common with th»
United HluUw than with Germany.
Almost a lllot.
Dl'BUN, May 3.—Messrs Tanner, O'Connor
mid Condon, inenilicrs of |mrhament, whoa»
suutencesjliave Issm eoutlrmeil, were conveyedl
from Tip|sirary to Clonmel jail. An enthu
siastic crowd met the prisoners at the station
and cheered them again and again. Th«
prisoners refused to enter the prison vnn,
winch was retuly to take them to j ill fron»
the de|sit. A desperate struggle ensued be
tween the guards mid the prisoners, in which
the iXHiplu took part. Tho crowd bccaia*
frantic, and the police tlii&lly, in order to
avert a riot, allowed the men to walk to jail
with tlie exception of Tanner, whose loo*
was severely wounded. Ho was taken in «
carriage.
London, May 3.—The government sixtinj
no hqu for tlie passage uf the sugar hill, hav»
virtually ahannonud it. The hih will b»
killed in the eommiltou stage. Ho much op
IHisitiOU bus been shown to its passage, not
only by the Lilurals, who raised a great bu»
and cry ovur it, hut by popular demonstra
tion and by disaffection in the Tory ranks.
Despite the governments assertions tu th»
conirary, the idea popularly prevailed that
sugar would he greatly raised lu price if th»
hill Iscaine a law. It Is wisdom on the [iart
uf the government to abandon It.
London, May 3.—Archbishop Walsh will
follow Mr. Burned on the witness stand be
fore the commission. He will make on ex
cellent witness for the defense, and will put
tlie Tories to the blush if they have any
shame. The papers continue to comment
U|»>n the futility of the att-mey-generalNx
examination uf Mr. Barnell, and all ap[wap
to agree that he is injuring even the rem
uant uf u cause that Thu Tunes might bava.
King Charles* American Favorite.
Htuttuaht, May 3.—It is ro|>ortad that
King diaries of Wurt-wnhurg insists u|>uu
the return to Stuttgart of Boron Havage,
one of the American favorites, whose nam»
is Woodcock, whom the government obliged!
the king to dismiss. It is believed that am
intrigue is on foot to dismiss Boron Mut
inied, prune minister.
I" »VOfw
Fall)« l'luhli«n.
May 3.—Gen. Boulanger will hoIiS
n conference with hi» follower» iu this city
May IU.
Berlin, May 3.—Tho National and Fra«
Liberal pro«» of Uormany domand the aboli
tion of police agent« aliroad. The Kreu«
Z i'.ung says tiiat It doubts the honesty ot
Th N rth Gorman Gazette's dom tud in th«
matter, and suspects other Interests back oK
the demand.
London, May 3.— Returns of the common»
of the Suez canal show that 73 per cent, off
the ships passing through the canal ox»,
British.
Dl'BUN, May 3,— Mrs. Langtry has en-j
gagud tho Gaiety theatre of this city lor til« :
month of October.
Cairo, May 3.— Six dervishes have is**»
executed at Wady Haifa for committing ORh
rages upon women and children.
i'AHls, May 8.—Henri Rochefort is down at
Dover waiting for the permit from th»
French government to go to Algeria to at- ;
tend Ihe funeral of his son. He is fuming be
cause the i>ormissiuu dues not come, out! lo
nies himself to all visitors. j
London, May 3.—During the Wuifsuntitb
recess Mr. Gladstone expects to enjoy a yachts
iug cruise iu the waters of Great Britain with
a [Body of friends.
Berlin, May 3.—The emperor has invited
the American delegates to the Samoan con
ference to dine with him at Potsdam on Mon
day.
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Knocked Out In Thfrty-Ntn. Pound«
New York, May 3.— Billy Murray uuiî
Jock Lyman, two lau tarns, fought for th»
champiuusbip of the wurid, at UU pounds, at
a poult uu the Lo g Island souu i, a short
distance from New York, The winner was to
receive a purse of $350 and the stakes, $300 a
side. Lyman was knocked out in the thirty
ninth round, both bis eyes having Imen
closed The fight lasted two hours and a L-ie
Murray was awarded first knock down auiï
first blood.
White Cape Again at Work. j
Lima, O., May 3.—A band of thirty Whit»
Caj* attacked the residence of Thomas Low
ry, an industrious shoemaker, at Allentown, 1
and with stones and clubs completely —|
the place. Lowry's wife, who is aged and ia-i
firm, is seriously ill over the affair, and it to
thought she will lose her mind. Turee of th»
leaders of the party who mode the attack
lost week were tried and discharged.
Commander In Chief Warner Banqueted
Providence, May 3.— Commander in Chia*
Warner, G A. R, was banqueted by the dee
pertinent of Rhode Island, and several baue!
dred of the most prominent men in the star»
were presented te him. Addresses wer« mad«,
by Governor Toft, Mayor Barker, tienati*
4jdnch and -2SSB_ J- -■

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