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It / ♦ ✓ / NO. 884 WILM1NGTOJS DEL.. THURSDAY. MAh OH »891. ONE CENT. V, ANT*). W ANTED—500 LA DOS TO HAVE THSIH sewing machines repaired at the Nov '' l,y dewing Machine Shops, No. me SI-1 pie) street. . -n « 11 save inonry by leaving \,-m order. Machines Imuicht, sold, exrhaiiyi-il or for rent, per week nr month. New and ohl machines from $.1 to SV> BOARD and rooms. I iron: t-KNTLI- MEN CAN HAVE 1*1,1-AS I ^ ANT, front rooms, fnrhished or unfur I nlshed, with Sr wiinout beard; use of bath, I home comforts; rates moderate. Call 10* West 71h street Pr ivate e ntra -ce. City. _ T\7 ANTED.—HOARDERS TV street. eu KING BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. WANTED.-A SILENT PArYn?I t WITH *T $5,(HK> in a well l aying buslnesa. None hut those me»uing business need apply to "PARTNER," this offlae. _ _ NOT HD«» IP YOU WANT TO SAVE N 01 ÄAR8. Insure your property with HAWKI N8 & CO-. 712 Market Street N otice- i hereby hive notice that I will apply to the General As-iem blv for a divorce from my husband William Hurry Conroy Ikltntdl WILHKI.A1INA E. CONROY. Wilmington. March 7 18»! VOR HAUE. F ift SALK, ^CHEA P-A I OT OF OLI) il^ors and bulk window Anply to JOSEPH L. HAYWOOI), Fourth and Market sireets. REAL KHTA1K. F or sale. - two story b r ick house. No. 810 Wollaston Btreet, c attain ing Bix rooms. j> pply to He. nritv. Tiust and Safe Deposit Company. No. 5.0 Market it . F or rent or »ale-two houses with "stores, No. 211 and 315 Wes it Krönt street. Bnltahle for any kind of business desired the dwellings can be rented separate rom the stores. Apply to PHI LI I*G. PLUNKETT. No. aw Wist Front s-reet. ITOU RENT -LARGE ROOMS IN HfLC T o- 0 story 41« Market street, suitable for any bnslne-s. Apply at 1105 Market »tre»t. JLT'OR RENT.-STORE AND DWELLING. I No. 018 Market street, and dwe lings 415 Tatnall street and 84« ' Tam*,- street. Apply. JOHN FULL MER. 210 West Ninth si reet. F OR RENT. — HOUSE No.314 S. FRANK lin street. Apply to J. J MEALEY, No. Ill E ast Sixt h street _ |i>OR RENT.-THKEE ROOMS SUITABLE ■ tor light manufacturing business or society meeting roam»: fronting on Market or Hh hi ley street, 16x65, 18x*0, ItisttS; well lk-Lted a ventilated. Entrance on both Market and Shlp'cy streets. Possession March 25th. JAMr.S MONAGHAN. 419 Market street. ! 1891. UP-TOWN REAL ESTATE OFFICE 923 Market Street. Bargains in Real Estate PRINTED LIST MOW READY. Some of t he most desirable Houses and Lott in the city on easy terms, or MONTHLY PAYMENTS, if desired. Now is the time secure your residence for the coming year The 25th of March will soon be here. Resoiv* now to bny a home and don't be annoyed wlt£ moving. _ Money Waiting For Good City Mortgages. Equitable Mortgage Company Debenture Bonds for sale in large or small amounts. PRINCIPAL AND INTEREST GUARAN TDED. JOS. L. CARPENTER. Jr. EASTER CLOTHING Below will be found a partial list of some of the choice goods offered in our Clothing Department for Easter week: YOUNG MEN'S BLACK CHEVIOT SUITS, $7.50. MEN'S ALL-WOOL CHEVIOT SUITS, $10.00. CHILDREN'S NEAT PLAID SUITS, In Many Styles, $2.50. These are not Satinettes. Color Warranted Not to Fade In Great Variety. CHILDREN'S YOUNG MEN'S HANDSOME CASS1MERE SUITS $7.50. MEN'S Fine Black Corkscrew Suits, $ 10 . 00 . IMPORTED FANCY WORSTED PLAID, $7 50. Neatly Pleated and Handsomely Made. YOUNG MEN'S FINE CASSIMERE SUITS, MEN'S Handsome Clay Worsted Saits $20.00. CHILDREN'S SERVICEABLE SCHOOLSIJITS $3.50. SILK MIXED, $11.00. Beautifully Made and Trimmed. In Sizes from 4 to 14. YOUNG MEN'S HANDSOME LineofYouDgMen's SpringHats CHILDREN'S DOUBLE BREASTED BROWN AND GRAY BLACK CHEVIOT SHITS, $ 10 . 00 , MIXES CHEVIOT SHITS, $4.00. FROM $1.25 to $3.00. Color Guaranteed Strictly Fast Latest 8tyles. Every Suit Warranted to Give Satisfactory Wear or Money Refunded, On a Bill of $10.00, $1.00 Cash and $1.00 a Week. 9 SUCCESSOR TO PHIL. J. WALSH à COMPANY, 506 Market St., Wilmington, Del. Give it a fair trial and let it speak for itself. It will be far more convincing than talk. LEA'S *6 BEST 99 FLOUR. FOUR BARGAINS * IN GROCERIES AT * LYNCH & LEARY'S. 4 Cans Corn, 4 Cans String Beans, 5 Cans Blackberries, 2 Cans Evaporated Pears, 25c 25c 25c 25c Our New Handsome Sto.e, N. W. Cor. 4th and Madisoi als. CLIVYT0N HOUSE, Fifth and Market Sts., WILMINÖTO?, DELAWARE. THE LEADING HOTEL IN THE STATE. TERMS, $250 PER DAY. SPECIAL TERMS FOR FAMILIES. ISAAC C. PYLE, Ppor. THE ADVENT OF EASTERTIDE Should naturally turn the thoughts of the sterner sex to their new Spring Outfits, especi ally when it costs so very little to rig out In a nobby Spring Suit and Overcoat. Look in our window at the nobby ''Shannon Tweed Suits, several different shades,'' and the ever popular Black Cheviot Suits we are showing this week for $IO OO. THE ONLY OVER COATS We show our patrons are such that cau be depended upon in all details. Correct styles, newest color ings, faultless fit,finest finish,are the characteristic points of ex cellence possessed by our gar ments At $10, |13 and $15 we show an enormous variety, Many are silk faced and with satin sleeves. OUR CUSTOM DEPARTMENT Contains choicest collection of finest Woolens produced by the foremost mi'ls of Europe and America Our $35 line of Suita to order Is simply snperb. It pays to look them over. BOYS' FIRST COM MUNION SUITS In large variety. Splendid Short Pants Dress Suits, $4,$5 and $7. Hand-ome Long Faute Dress Suits, $7.50, $8 50, $10 and $13. Latest Novelties in Neckwear. 50 and 35 cents. HAMBURGERS, 2 20 and 222 Market St. Open every evening till 9 o'clock. WHERE DID THE MONEY GOT Suspicious Evidence Found in the Call* fornlik Capitol Library. Sacramento, March 38.—The senate ami assembly joint committee appointed to in vestigate the contents of the waste basket found in the state library presented its re port last evening. It finde that the money wrappers found in the basket had covered greenbacks drawn from the Fresno bank, and from there sent to the Crocker-Wool wortli bank, of San Francisco. The money had been paid by the latter bauk to John II. Jones, messenger of the Southern Pa cific railroad. It finds that the total amount drawn by Jones was $7,500, and that this amount must have been brought to the state capitol within twelve hours from the time it was drawn from the Crocker-Woolworth bank. The report says that some torn papers belonging to Assemblyman Dibble were found in the waste basket ami that he and Assemblyman Marion had been in the pri vote room of the state library for forty-live minutes prior to the iludiug of the wrap« pers. The state librarian and his assistant were the only other persons in the library prior to the discovery of the wrappers. The report concludes: "The committee found nothing to show that the $7,500 in currency was used in any manner to in flaence any member of the legislature in reference to the senatorial contest, and if the money was improperly used before the legislature the committee is unable to state for what purpose it was used. " The committee recommends that the original exhibits is- turned over to the governor for whatever action lie may deem proper. The sheriff ami detectives have been looking for Jones, but as yet have been unable to locate him. gelling Old Wi Washington, March 30.—Bids for the purchase of eight United States vessels, condemned and appraised by naval hoards, were opened at the navy department. Tlic Vessels, their present stations and their ap praised value« are as follows; The J uuiata, at Portsmouth, N. H., $10,000; the Quinne bang, at New York, $16,000; the tugboat Pilgrim, at League Island, $500; the mon itor Saugus and the iron tugboat Rescue, at the Washington navy yard, $800 and $500 respectively; the Brooklyn, the Osai pee anil the iron tugboat Speedwell, at Norfolk, $11,000, $13,500 and $5,000 respect ively. The highest bids were as follows: Juniata, II. Ives, Brooklyn, $15,800; (Juin nehaug, Is-win Luckenbach, Brooklyn, $18,000; Pilgrim, Matthew Gill, Jr., Phila delphia, $11,000; Saugus, A. V. Kaiser, Philadelphia, $15,140; Rescue, A. V. Kaiser, Philadelphia, $000; Brooklyn, J. Butler, Arlington, Mass., $13,138; Ossipee, 11. 11. Ives, Brooklyn, $15,315. Ships, McKinley at lloHtofl. Boston, March 30.—The convention ol the Republican state league of Massachu setts was called to order iu the Meionaon at, 11 a. m. Mr. Blackwell introduced a resolut km »uggestiug the import ance ot extending the full municipal suffrage tc qualified women voters. The lion. Will iam McKinley was introduced and re ceived an ovation. He declared that it wic on ly necessary to continue the old Repub lican priuciples In order to win, and spoke fiatteriugly of the work of the last con gress He paid a glowing tribute to Speak er Reed and affirmed that the tariff wait here to stay. Hon. John M. Thurston, ol Nebraska, was next introduced and spoke decisively of the duty of the cit izen to take interest in the public questions of the day. He then set forth at length the purpose» of the league. Foster Says There Is a Conspiracy. Toledo, March 30.—Secretary of the Treasury Foster has filial in the Un Usai States court a petition to remove Watson H. Brown, receiver of the Cincinnati. Jack son and Mac kinaw railroad, in the case ol the Central Trust Company of New York against It in this court for the foreclosure of a large mortgage. Secretary Foster is« stockholder in the road to the amount ol $99,000, and for himself and those like situ ated he asks the protection of the court, alleging that the board of directors of the company are in a conspiracy with Wall street speculators to wreck the road and buy it in far below its real value. Two Miners Blown to Pieces. Calumet, Mich., March 38.—Two miner» were blown to pieces iu the bottom of the Tanarack mine, No. 1 shaft, Tuesday night, Themen had fired one blast and hml gone into the drift to fire a second charge. Samuel Hockina, one of the vic tims, was married, and leaves a widow and four children. Fred Lawrence, the other, was single. The cause of the explosion is unknown. The Rochester Dali Club's Officers. Rochester, X. Y., March 36.— The Rochester Baseball club last night elected the following officers: President, C. W. Zimmer; vice president, Louis E. Kir stein; secretary and treasurer, James N. Nolan; directors, the officers and Charles A. Leimgruber and Charles Englert, Jr. As soon as Manager Powers returns from iSao Francisco the Association will begin assigning players. Smith anil Pritchard Matched. New York, .March 30.—A special cable dispatch from London to The Police Ga zette says a representative gathering ol sportsmen assembled at The Sporting Life office to witness Jem Smith, champion heavyweight, and Ted Pritchard, champion middleweight, sign articles for a fight for the championship of England. The fight is to occur during the first week in August. Honors for Queen Victoria. Paris, March 36.—Queen Victoria ar rived at Grasse Tuesday. She was Received with great enthusiasm, the people turning out with Hags aud banners. The prefect of the department and the mayor of the town welcomed the queen at the station, and thousands cheered her. The queen bowed repeatedly aud cordially. Kincaid's Trial Goes On. Washington, March 36.—The trial ol Charles E. Kincaid lor killing ex-Congress man Taulbee, of Kentucky, in the Capitol, was contiuued in the criminal court. Sam uel Donaldson, formerly doorkeeper of the house, Harry E. Lovell aud others testified to the shooting. The Athletics Won. Philadelphia, March 36.—^Yesterday's game resulted as follows: Athletics, 6; Uni versity of Pennsylvania, 1. Base hits: Athletics, 8; University of Pennsylvania, 3. Errors: Athletics, 1; University of Penn sylvania, 6. Batteries: Husted and Cross, Bowman and 1 jinsing. Umpire: Matthews. The Miners Will Strike. Louisville, March 26.—The 2,000 coal miners employed in the Luurel-Jellico dis tricts are to strike May 1. They ask pay on coal before it is screened and for eight hours per day. The operators have agreed not to allow the demand. THE HUNGRY SEft'S JAWS Nineteen Men Drawn Down to Their Doom. BUT SEVEN OF THE CHEW SAVED. The Steamship Strathuirly Wrecked on the Deadly Coast of North Carolina. Gallant Life Saver», Although Badly Handicapped, Do Good Service. Norfolk, Va., March 38.—The Lara line steamship Strat hairly went ashore at 4:40 u. m. during a heavy north-northeaster, one and a quarter miles south of Chtoami eomleo life saving station, on the North Carolina coast, twenty-one miles north of Ilatteras. Her crew consisted of twenty six men, and only seven remain to tell tin tale of the terrible trip through the breakers in a raging storm. Among those lost are all the officers of the steamship except the second mute. Ilesrued by Itravo Life Savers. Those who were saved owe their lives to the bravo life savers: and it is thought that all could have been rescued if the) could have remained on the wreck, but the heavy sea washed them away before the rescuing crew arrived. The vessel is fast, going to pieces. She is a wooden vessel and was built in Newcastle, England. Stie is sehoonei rigged and was engaged in the trade be tween Baltimore and the West Indies. She was hound on this trip from Santiago. Cuba. This is the most serious wreck since the German ship Elizabeth mid hci crew were lost, about four years ago. A Most Desolate Coast. A more desolate coast than that upon which the vessel was cast It Is difficult tc imagine. It is a strip of land cast up from the sea and separated from the main luml by many miles of broad salt, sounds. At times when the water is low it broaden» to a width of a few miles and then shrinks to a thread of gray sand. There are Imt few inhabitants, ami their only means of communication with the outside world is hail through an occasional oyster or fish ing boat that may cruise along the sounds. They obtain their livelihood from the sea. Their Hones Lie lllesclilng There. On the seaside long sand bars run out ami reefs abound, and a vessel that hap [a-ns to lie wrecked is sure to strike a long distance out, where she is speedily smashed to pieces by the tremendous Hut terns seas, which have been the dread ot tile sailor for many hundreds of years. The hones of many a ship and of their crews lie bleaching on the white sands. There is a well organized system of life saving, but owing to the character of the coast the most useful of their appliances, the life line from a gun, can seldom be used, and the crews are forced to dc|s-nd chiefly upon their surf tarnt», which they handle with great skill in the tremendous surf which prevails upon the beaches anil liars. THEY INSULTED THE FLAG. Itovr a Crowd of Italian. Celebrated the II.-uneasy Verdict. New Orleans, March 96. —The report of the iusult- offered the American flag on the day the Hennesay verdict was rendered lias created much indignation throughout country judging by the numerous let received by the mayor from Grand the ters Army posts and others respecting it. Mr. ;Sh')ke»i>crtre several days ago inhered an oiii.'lal investigation and the police have made a report, which can lie sulistanllatofi by many reputable witnesses. It shows that the Mafia regarded the action of the jury as a signal victory over tbs law of this country. Here is the report: About 4 o'clock Friday evening, March 13. a crowd of Italians numbering from forty to fifty men congregated on the levee, head of Ursuline street. Three of them, named Giuseppe Lefere, A, Loncetta and Humana Borchitone, the latter, a brother in-law to James Caruso, indicted as one of the assassins of Chief Hennesay, entered shanty at that plat« which is owned by Italian stevedores and used by them as a warehouse for baskets, flags, etc., for fruit ships and luggers, and took therefrom a number of flags, among t hem an Ameri can flag. Beter Corales, the keeper of the shanty, made no effort to prevent the men from taking the Hag. On a flag staff at tached to this shanty the throe men hoisted the flags, the Italian at the top and the American turned upside down la-low it. The affair created considerable excitcmeut and u crowd soon gathered. .1 The FennsylVania's Statement. Philadelphia, March 36.—The state ment of the Pennsylvania railroad for tin month of February, as compared with the same month last year, shows: All lines east of Pittsburg and Erie, a decrease in gross earnings of $111,771; decrease in ex penses, $35,009; decrease in net earnings, #80,163. All lines west of Pittsburg and Erie, a decrease iu gross earnings of $340, 837; decrease in expenses, #315,67; decrease In net earnings, $135,WO. The present oil! cers of the Ptmnsylvanla railroad were re elected at a meeting of the directors. The directors resolved to attend the funeral of W istar Morris , who hail been a director of the road for many years, in a body. The executive staff of the company will be ai> potnted by President Robert*. No impor tant changes are contemplated. -* J. 1*. O'Connor*» New Taper, Jersey Citv, March 36.—The Sun Pub lishing company, of London, England, has been incorporated In Jersey City with a capital of $150,000. The incorporators are George E. Barret, of Newark, N. J.; Carey Taylor, of North Bergen township, N. J., and J. P. O'Connor, of Jersey City. The object of the company is the publication of a Sunday newspaper in I»union, and to carry on the business of general publish ers. There will he three directors, subject to removal by T. P. O'Connor, member of parliament, of Chelsea, England. Mr. O'Connor will receive a salary of $5,000, and should the company conduct a daily paper his salary will he $10,000 a year. John P. O'Connor, one of the incorpo rators, is a newspaper man of Jersey City and a brother of T. P. O'Connor. It I» Murder Now. Mahanoy City, Pa., March 36.—The stabbing affray near this place last Satur day night has ended in murder. John Boulman,who was fatally Injured by beiug shot in the back and stabbed nine times in the head by three Polauders, died last evening from his wounds. The foreigners hava been jailed and await trial. Killed by a Powder Explosion. Ashland, Pa, March 36.—Patrick Mc Intyre was killed by an explosion of a keg of,'powder,which he was carrying under his arm, at the Ijiusforil colliery. His side was horribly shattered and he was picked up unsconscious and died a few hours later. HARD ON THE CHAPPIES. Tailor Hills of Scions of the "F< tired" Hold nt Public Auction. New York, March 38 —The sons of the "400" ami many club and business men of the city were held up to public ridicule by having their unpaid tailors' bills sold at auction at the real estate exchange. The sale was for the merchant tailors' society. The audience completely filled the big salesroom of the exchange. Many of the debtors liecoming convinced that their ac counts were actually to be sold nt auction bustled around lively and rnised money enough just previous to the sale to either P«y their debts in full or In part, or to give their angry tailor a deposit that would suffice to have their names and accounts withdrawn from the auctioneer's list. The auctioneer announced t hat he would sell a lot of judgments on uncollectable account ». The terms were 10 jssr cent, cash and a knockdown fee of #3. A hill ol $137.41, owed by Frank Emmons, sold for $11; one of Edgar A. Meyer for $07.0C for $3 and one of Fred Massey of $|80.1C for t' Frank K. Wytall's account of $80.08 brought $35. Llewellyn Hurt's bill of $147.88 sold for $3. Rotiert Emmet, Jr.'s for$86S Sixty sold for $8. llruno Madison'» of $14T went for $3 and George Goodleff's of $135.(M for $30. Lawyer Roger M. Sherman's bill of $108.31 sold for $3. Four bills as follows: Kniest K. Xorthcote, $103; William B. Smyth, $140.14; H. Slack, $118,91, and Ed wan! B. Kimball, $118, were sold for $1 amid great laughter from all present, G. Freund's of $300.51 sold for $61. Scores ol other accounts were also sold. ir llun SIX MINERS KILLED. Four Mangled in a Bucket, Two Blown to Pieces. Lyons, Kan., March 30.—A horrible ac cident occurred nt the Lyons Rock Salt company's mill at this place at 4 a. m. Four men were descending the shaft in a bucket when tlic traveler became looseued and fell to tin* cage, alunit 500 feet down the shaft . The four men In the bucket wen* Instantly killed. Two of the men hod tlic hacks of their heads out off com pletely from their eyes to the base of the skull. Three were disemboweled. One was »o badly mangled as to lie al most unrecognizable. Tlic names of the men were: Thom* Hooch, married; Nelson Van Hrocklin, married; Thomas McCand less, single, and Fred A. Miller, single. s a Victory. A representative of the Clark Thread company at. Newark, N. J,, in conversation with a reporter yes terday, said; "You will is- justified in giv ing publicity to tlic fact that tlic company has scored a victory over the strikers In the present troubles und that; so far as the company is concerned the strike is at an end. The publlo may continue to sup port, the old men in their idleness just as long as it sees fit, to do so, but that they will ever came back to work In the mills under any circumstances is an absolute impossibility. The men who for almost a quarter of a century have earned a com fortable living tint of this concern have thrown away their last chance and the mills will now go on as usual. We have all the spinners we can find room for, ami the girls are again at work on full time. In a few days the Jersey City police will be withdrawn, their presence no longer being considered necessary." Til# Clark Com puny C'liii New York, March 90. Tli* North western lulicrsllv Assailed. Chicago, March 36.—The Tribune in an editorial declares that no prudent parent can be justified in keeping a daughter in the female department of the Northwestern university at Evftnrtou *o long as tliq present T iifthu£cfiienE cô77T inllc S* It save the building is unsafe and is deficient in fire escapes: oil lamps are used Instead of gas, and the building is overcrowded; there is no elevator and delicate girls polled to climb four pair of stairs several times dally. This condition of nffairs Is not due to lack of funds, as the Institution clears several thousand dollars yearly by boarding the girl students. A large num lier of the students are from New York, Pennsylvania and the eastern states. are com Mi i. Grunt'* Kxplfiiintio». New York, March 30.— In relation to the reported transactions between Mrs. General Grant and W. C. Andrews in the matter of New York Steam company and Standard Oil trust stocks the following letter was given from Mrs. Grant by Mr. Andrews; "I see by the papers this morn ing a statement so unjust to Mr. W. C. Andrews that I wish to correct it. It is uot true that I accuse Mr. Andrews of any unfuir dealings with me. The transactions referred to (the purchase of steam stock) was ordered by me, ns was also a purchase of Standard Oil stock. I do not cast any reflections on Mr. Andrews in the transac tiou." Ilnrtlctt Married Mrs. Meyers. New Brunswick, N. J., March 30.—A sensation was created in this city by the announcement that the young widow of the late millionaire, Christopher Meyer, had gone to Montana and there married Clifford Bartlett, of New York, the latter having secured a secret divorce from his wife In order to mnrry Mrs. Meyer. Bart lett is judge advocate general of the state of New York on Governor Hill's stnff, and is a son of the late William O. Bartlett, the well known lawyer and litterateur. Pokers Can Fight Until August. Pittsburg, March 36.—The McClure company, located at Mount Pleasant, has posted notices that it wishes to work today. It is reported that the con ditions are a three year sliding scale, with rates equivalent to a 7 per cent, reduction, the men to receive the old rates wiien coke reaches $2.15. The national officers of the United Mine Workers of America have issued an address, coupled with a declara tion that the strikers can hold out until Aug. 1. n-uiin la Carter the Lucky Man? Washington, March 36.—It is under stood that when ex-Representnbive Carter, of Montana, was In Washington several days ago the president tendered him the commissionership of the general land office. Withoutcommitting himself un the sub ject Mr. Carter weut to New York to at tend some private business. He will ar rive iu Washington today aud it is under stood will accept the position. Henry Harrison Is Heiter. New York, March 36.—Henry Harrison, the Parnell delegate who has lieen for some days a patient in the New York hos pital, suffering from the effects of a severe cold, which at one time it was feared might develop into pneumonia, is reported us gutting along nicely, lie will probably leave his sick bed in a few days. Ex-Hanker Kean Indicted. Chicago, March 36.— The grand jury has found a true hill against ex-Banker S. A. Kean, charging him with having as a hanker received money on deposit when he was insolvent. J CHARGED WITH A CRIME Ruttinger's Alleged Slayer Ar rested in New Hampshire. IS THIS MAN WILLIAM WRIGHT? He la Charged with Larceny and He traya Considerable Nervouaiioaa — He Saya lie Never Heard of Wright or llnttinger and Never Was In New York. East Wakefield, N. H„ March 26,— The man supposed to be William Wright, who, it is thought, is guilty of the Rntlin ger murder, was arrested at the Davis house, in East Wakefield, at 13:40 warrant Issued by Ijiwyer Elmer J. Smart, a justice of the peace, which charger* the larceny of articles of clothing, etc., the property of John P. Rickey, of Rochester, N. II. Milligan, of Carrol county, and the man was turned over to Rochester officers. The prisoner exhibited extreme nervousness. Never Heard of Them. Allen says lie arrived in Boston from Glasgow last. November and never lieartl of Carl Ruttinger or William Wright. Ha also says he was never in New York. The prisoner was taken to Rochester. He give* his name as John Gail Hamilton Allen. It will he remembered that RuttingerT body was found floating off Staten Island. He Called Him Wright. , It was Policeman Willey, of Rochester, who made the arrest. As he did so lie ad dressed his prisoner as "William Wright.,'* which caused the latter to start, in on a The warrant was served by Sheriff sur prise. At first he said his name was Will iam Edgerton, then, when pressed fur ther, William Hamilton Edgerton, and still again, William Aycn Hamilton Kd gerton. He said lie left Glasgow the latter part, of November and arrived at Boston on the Allan steamship Pomeranian about Dec, 13. He hml $130, which he spent, dur ing a six weeks' stay in Boston. He knew Thomas Cushing, the son of tlic senior partner of the Boston firm of Cushing Sc Sherman, through a man of the name ot Jennings, whom he met in Glasgow. He borrowed money from young Cush ing, and isiing unable to [my it he left Bos ton for Portland, lie had no money, ami so kept shift Ing Ms resilience t ill lie finally reached East Wakefield, N. II. brother, James Edgerton, who was a veter inary surgeon in Glasgow, lie is not sore lie is there now, for just before he left Glasgow Ms brother was thinking of leav ing for Melbourne, Australia, where hie mother ami two sisters reside, lie tiaa written to him for money and has received no answer. • Ht* lwin a Little New. nt tlie Intiueal. New York, March 30.—Another man of mystery bobbed up yesterday in the Wright - Evans Edgar - Smith - Kuttiugo* case when it was called nt, the coroner's of fice tor a continuation of t he Inquest. Both professional identifier*, Perrin II. Sumner anti his son, little "Artie," were on deck and the new man of mystery was circulat ing around with them This latest [sw sonage who Is bound to identify somebody or something said his name was Andrews What he proposed to testify to was such a tremendous secret that he fairly replied iu « whisper when asked about it. Its could not tell just yet. However, It Willie * R ' the mord *eh»?.ti nT 'Ql «Î till the develop. 'nenis, ,,, thi- most coii;;' 1 'c,atcd case. Another Professional Identifier. The proceedings in the inquest before Coroner Levy Were decidedly opera bouffa. Little "Artie" was the only wituega. He simply went over the story as told and rev told of how he and his pa were so certain that the Astor House suicide was their friend James H. Edgar's nephew. When asked what he knew about Mrs. Anna Pioseh, the boarding house keeper of 23» West One Hundred and Twenty-third street, who was reported to he willing to swear that the corpse was that of one Ed ward C. Smith, "Artie" said his father hod taken him to Mrs. „Ploseh V house ta see James H. Edgar. "Is she another professional identifier!** asked the coroner. "I guess so," replied "Artie" with ngrin. "How long have you been in the iden tification business! next question. "Only recently," was "Artie's" answer, with another grin. "Artie" further said he had been well acquainted with Edward G. Smith, having met him at Mrs. I'losch's. Before ad journment Lawyer Ambrose II, Purdy, who appeared tor the Sumners, contributed to the farcical nature of the proceedings by making a rambling harangue, in which lie said he appeared for all those who had identified "Fred Evans Edgar, and should stick to it until the case was proved. '»id* was the corun oFs as George H. The Battle at Hartford. Hartford, March 30.—In the house the senate resolutions declaring the Demo cratic state officers elected were rejected In accordance with the report of the com mittee on canvas of votes to whom tb« resolutions were referred. The appoint ment of Augustus H. Fenn, associate just ice of the supreme court, was confirmed by an overwhelming vote. The house subse quently adjourned for the day. Executive Secretary Drainant again made a demand on Controller Staub for the salary due him for the month of February and was agaiu refused. The Democratic senators are iu caucus on the Seymour and other substi t utes for the solution of the election mud dle. The Republicans held a general cau cus and considered the advisability of tak ing a long recess or adjourning. No definite action was reached. It is stated that if any of the substitutes for the Jud son hill should pass the senate the hoi will appoint couferrees. Ninth Corps Men Meet. York, Pa., March 36.—The second union of the third division of the Nintb army corps, which was commanded by the late Major General Hartranft. was held in this city yesterday. A parade took piae* in the afternoon, which was reviewed by Generals Cox, Parke and Douglass, and Mrs. Hartranft. Then the reunion of the entire division occurred later, at which tlie following officers were elected: Presi dent, General R. C. Cox, of Weilsboro; secretary, A. M. Kmbick, of Berling Springs; treasurer, J. 11. Hank, of Burling Springs. It was agreed to hold the next reunion on the 31th und 35th of March» 18D3, at Williamsport. The Queen Rewards Wilson. London, March 26.—Arthur Wilson, at whose residence the notorious baccarat scandal in which the Prince of Wales I* involved originated, has been appointed by the queen to he high sheriff of York shire. A report is in circulation that Mr— Wilson will soon be knighted.