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f g m / / m. 923. WILMINGTON, DEL., MONDAY, MAY 11, 1H91. ONE CENT. FOR ATLANTIC CITY. EXPRESS TRAINS. B. & O and Phil». A Head. R. R.—Leave JP®J* av. 7.43,11.fig a. m., 2.45 p. in. week days; V.10,10.30 a. in., 2.45 p. m. Sundays. P., W. & B. and West Jersey and Cara. & Atlan iv. R.—Leave 6.56 a. m.; 1.39, 3.04 p. in. week d"ya; 7 a. in. Sundays. ATLANTIC CITY HOTELS. HOTEL CHETWOODE. Remodeled and enlarged. Bteam heat; open firegrates. Home comforts. Open all year. Lll Pacific Avenue. Mr» Annie Grubb. Proprietress. HOTEL DENVER. location rentrai; North Carolina avenue, awu-b-M-h: accommodation first-class Rate», 60 to $3.01) per day, $8 to $12 per week. Charles E. Cope. THE ENDERBY. Ocean End Michigan avenue. Openall year. 'Hot and Cold Baths Hlectrlc Bells. $1.61 to 5Ç.' 4Ai a day: $11.00 to $13.00 a week. A. !.. Poik. HOTEL HECKLER. II. Heckler has taken the Hotel Normandie, corner of Atlantic and Pennsylvania avenues and fitted it up in flrst-cîass Rtyle. Open May 2, and known as Hotel Heckler. II. Heckler. THE MELOS. A home cottane, pleasantly situated near -the beach. 147 Kentucky avenue. Mrs. John H, Cooke. THE VERMONT. Location on Vermont avenue, cloee to beacji; wide porches; electric bells; on line of eleotric cars and omnibuses. N. at. Panchall. HELP WANTED. A «j FORGE YERAL HOUSEWORK. -1 a A pply at this office, ■i ' UNTRY BLACKSMITH WANTED AT K.i Kirk«-.nd, |),.| _ R T BURGES S EL" V B RN'ISil ED AT ONE DAY'S noth'. Goi.d girls wanted at all times at City r mploymeut Agency, No. 7, East Seventh street. Telephone 676 • B9AXID AND BOOMS. "BOARDING.— PL* ASANT ROOMS WITH beard. Apply to MRS. E. PRIMROSE, > o. 80 2 Mark. L :c reet_ W ANTED- HOARDERS" AT WILLOW dale Farm Plenty of shade and even ing rides. Address. SIRS. Pleasant Hill, D e 1. W ANTED - GENTLEMEN BOARDERS at 818 West Fourth street, in private family. S. A. FELL, BUSINESS OPFOBTUNITIKS. WANTED- A sIlÊ'ntY'ÀrYnÉR with $ i,0(«i ;n a well ,-aylng business. None SSf.QèüîS n)« n nlng business need apply to "PARTNER," this office. LOST AND FOUND. J OST. - ON THURSDAY . A KM Y LI J breastpin with petting. A suitable ward will oe given for its return to the Evbnino Jochnal office. XOTlUBa, VI OTIC e' ! s' 11 Ê ! : EBY 'ol VEN~T KAT I will attead, at Wtlmlngton. thB fliat four days^of t,lie .Superior Court at the May term, A.1). 1891, to settle the aceoants of the School <> mmlttees of New Castle county, In tlie following order : Monday, May is. Nos. * .to 25; Tuesday, 20 to 50: Wednesday, 51 to i8, (No. C5 excepted); Thursday. 7» and up wards. JOHN P. DULANEY, . _ _ , „ State Auditor. bea ' ord, Pol , May 9.1801. N otice.-office of the clerk of the reace, New Castle county, Dela ware, \\ iltnJngton, Del, May ö -I do hereby fflve notice that all License» and State Tax due thereon are due June l, 1891. Pa' able at trie clerk of the peace's office. Wilmington, Del- _ W. ri». BIGGS, C. P, N otice-election -the annual meeting of the stockholders of the Equi table Guarantee and Trust Co mi any for the election of directors will be held at the ofli -'e of tf e company on Monday. May 18th, betTetu the hours of 10 a. m. and 12 m. OTHO NOVVLAND. Secretary. PROPOSALS. PROPOSALS FOR STONE. Sealed proposals in duplicate are invited to fur-tsh ftone, delivered at New Casile. Del., In lots of twenty-five weekly, et-eriff of Bids or more tore upon the order of William Simmons, f New Ca*tl) county, e all „ name the rate per ton ef 2,coo pounds, and shall include tbe frelxhi, which must be prepaid, and the said bins will be opened at 12 o'clock noon, on Tues day, May 12. 18»!, at the Court House, VN il inlngton. Del. The rlghT to reject any and all bids Is re served. Address proposals to , Isaac n. grubb, Chairman of the Committee on Tramp Lav. Supplies, Levy Court-room, Wilmington, Del. Wilmington, Del.. May 7,1891. BANKIM-l AND FINANCIAL R. R. ROBINSON St CO. BANKERS AND BBOK1RI Oirner Fourth and Market Stree t FOR SALE. 10 shares National Hank Wilmington and Brandywine stock. 1 share First National Bank stock. Ktoeks *»ught and sold in th*| New Y'ork, Philadelphia and Boston markets on commie (non. Letters of credit given, available Id all parte of the world, and draft- on England. Ireland, France, Germany and Switzerland Itsued. __[LIL ROBINSON A C O. 'J'HE ARTISANS' 8AV1NGS RANK. No. 608 MARKET STREET Open daily from 9 o'clock a. m. until . and on Tuesday and Saturday from 7 to » p. m MONEY' LOANED ON MORTGAGES. Gxo. W. Bnsn, President, m. George S. Capelle, „ „.„„Vice-President , Ifi. T. TAYLOR, Treasurer. Joe. *1. Mather. Auditor. POLITICAL. pOR ASSESSOR AND COLLECTOR, SOUTHERN DISTRICT, CITYROF WIL MINGTON, 1891, Joim F. Callahan OF THE TENTH WARD, : 8ubject to the decision of the Democratic rWty # JPOR CITY ASSESSOR AND l OLLECTOR SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF WILMINGTON Daniel McKenney. Töters** 1 10 the decl8ion of tlle Democratic JjX)R CITY ASSESSOR AND COLLECTOR FOR THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF WILMINGTON John J. JvehkedYj C f the Third Ward. Subject to the Democratic Rules. 1 ' AMUSEMKNT8. GRAND OPERA HOUSE. & in. Saturday Evening, May 16. MR. K. H SOTHEKN la the "MAISTER OF WOOD11AHKOW " Under the management of Mr. "Daniel Froli man. Prices. |)>), "A, 80,86. 36 cents. REAL KHTATF, FOR RENT OR 8ALE. Two houses with stores. No. 211 and 213 West Front street, suitable for auy kind of business. Ir desired the dwelling ran be rented separate from the » tores. Apply to PHILIP <1. PULNÄktT. _ No. 200 West Front street. P JR KENT and 1 41 or«* IKK) Pullman Place SEVEN-ROOM «U Houses Apply to F. 8 BRADLEY, J/ORREN'l-STORE AND DWELLING 408 I Market str eet. App ly 310 West 9th street L'OR MENT.— THREE ROOMS SUITABLE tor light manufacturing business or society meeting rooms; fronting on Market or Shipley street, 111x65, 16x10, 10x65; well lighted ami ventilated. Js-ntranee on both Market knd Shipley streets. Immediate possession. JaMs.K MONAGHAN 416 Markel street. to POSTSCRIPT. Bargains in Real Estate; Im proved and Unimproved. The last of the old Almshouse Property now in the market and must be Sold. The few remaining lots at East Lake Park on easy Monthly Payments. Your Rent Pays For Your Home on My Plan. Money for Goon Mortgages. 0 per cent. Debenture Bonds, Principal and Interest Guaran teed. to at JOS. L. CSRPENTER, Jr. 923 MARKET STREET. FOR RENT. 15rt2,1604 Lancaster avenue, 8 rooms and bath. 1B21 Lancaster & venae, 6 rooms and bath. 108 Rodney street. 8 rooms and bath. 301, 306. West Fourteenth street, 6 rooms and bath. 1905.1007 Delaware avenue, 8 rooms a: d bath. J06 Adams street, 6 room * and bath. 1«12 West Second street, brooms and bath. 1690 Gilpin avenge, 6 rooms and bath. îrJrVx? 1 , 4 1 We8 , fc Second nreet. (5 rooms and bath Lincoln street, 6 rooms and bath. ?WWet Twelfth 8tr *«L 10 room» and bath. e8t Eishth street, Hi rooms and bath, y anHuren street, 6 rooms and bath. »015 Beni ett street. 0 rooms and bath. KKifl, 1019 Chuich stre$t,6 rooms and i>a*h. mo.!! 12.1114,1116 Pine St., 7 rooms and bath. T* 12 *.'??* Faßt Fifth street, 8 rooms and bath. 004 King st.eet, 11 rooms and bath. 1015 spruce s'reet. 6 rooms and bath. Several stores for rent in first-class loca tions, immediate possesion For rent for summer mo ths, 3-story frame house, located on the Delaware; fruit and shade trees; private pier House contains 12 rooms and bath. Half acre of ground goes with same. Also tor rent, cottage Adjoining taining 12 rcoms, in good order and situate*. For particulars, and to view, apply to I above pleasantly HEALD & CO Seventh and Market Sts. HUKlNKHb OAKD*. £SAIAH N. EATON, PLUMBING. 4TEAM AND GAS FITTING. Estimates Furnished. No. 409 SHIPLEY STREET. Telephone 489. F red haomayer, western hotel, Fourth and Orange Streets. First-class accommodations for man and _ beast. Give him a trial. piIOMAS MoHUGH, WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALER, No. 13 Market Street, Wilmington, Delaware. JAMES A. KELLY, WINE MERCHANT, Sole «Agent for Bohemian Budweiss Beer, Oorm r Tmih and. Stdplej streets. elephnne'414. W. COSTA, PRINTER AND PUBLISHER, 617 Shipley Street. OFFICE CITY DU ECTORV.l THANKS TO NEVER in the history tiouse did we experience the we did on last Saturday. At that, if it were not for the good customers, we could not have We are glad that our efforts to right price is appreciated. We and your patronage. If through the rush and not exactly please you, or the size them back and we will cheerfully return your money. We not want you satisfied. During this week styles which by new lots in Men's, Boys' and Strictly one-price, and purchase we will return N. Y. CLOTHING 316 MARKET MAX EPHRAIM & CO. RE-OPENED. Owing to a disagreement in tell ing the building we unexpectedly will remain at the old stand, and have^een busy for the past three weeks in refitting the store and stocking it with an ENTIRELY NEW STOCK OF CLOTHING for Mon, Youths, Boys and Children All the latest novelties to be found. Bought for spot cash at way down prices. As we closed out many large lots and have marked them at rock bottom prices in plain figures, and will hereafter do a Strictly One Price Bminees, and cordially invite a call from every clothing buyer, a d v e will convince you that we mean to sell goods at the right price. Also a fine line of Gouts' Furnish ing goods. T. 0.PENKOCK, SUCCESSOR TO Pennock & Foreman, FIFTH AND MARKET. NEW GOODS Just Opened Spring and Summer Stock of HOSIERY, GLOVES, G-.UZE MERINO UNDERWEAR FOR LADIES, GENTLEMEN and CHILDREN. An ekgant line of the above goods for the Spring and Summer trade is now on exhibition. This assortment is very large and attractive, and surpasses by far that of any previous season. An early inspection is solicited. S.H. STAATS 405 Market Street, WILMINGTON DEL. IMPORTANT SALE OF ELEGANT ITALIAN MARBLE ART, By ordei of Signor Glorannoni of New York at the Central Auction House, NO. 418 MlKKKr 8TBKKT. Commencing Tu'SIiav Evbnino. May. 1Î, at < aOo'cloik Rnd continuing every afternoon and evening thereafter at 2 30 and 7 30 o'clock until sold. The stock comprise* Elegant Marble Statnary Groups, Mosaics. Vasee, Pedestals. Columns, Receivers, Fruits. Tazzas. etc , etc., just landed per latest steamer An son la. These goods have been selected with mu'h care by Signor Giorannom from all the great art centres of Europe and Italy, and must be seen to be appreciated. Un m for exhibition M"nlay ev-ning, to which the public are core (ally invited. DRAKE, HIGHFIELD & CO., AUCTIONEERS. IMPORTANT ! 8TOP AT TH1 WAYSIDE LUNCH PALACE Hot Coffee. Chocolate, Sweet Milk. Buttermilk, Sandwiches and Pies °f ail Kinds. Hot Soups. Open all night. All "home-made goods. O. R. HOLT, Proprietor, No. 3 East Fourth Street ODR PATRONS. of the New York Clothing doing of such a large business times our store was so crowded nature and patience of our properly attended to their wants sell you the right goods at the thank you for your patience bustle you got anything that did was not exactly right, brincr exchange them for vou or want your trade but were sold will be replaced Children's Clothing, as we if dissatisfied with money. your HOUSE, STREET. A BIG SUNDAY BLAZE. Leggett'« Nlm Story Grocery Gutted Ht New York. Nkw Y OliK, Mity 11.—The three top floors of Francis H. Leggett & Co.'s nine story wholesale grocery house on West Broad way, Franklin and Varit k streets, gutted hy lire yesterday afternoon, i'art of the cupola and of the wall on the West Broadway side fell out and struck the down track of the Sixth avenue elevated road, smashing the guard rails amities and rendering the track useless. But trains ran right along, back and forth the up track. When the (Ire was out Chief Bonner amined the West Broadway wall and pro nounced it dangerous, and ordered the st reet closed and trains stopped. Colonel Hain, the general manager of the road, refused to stop the trains. Hum ' on * \ Tlie police were then called on. They made a show of stopping tralllc. Colonel Halu called at the I .couard street station, and thi the police decided that the dangerous, and that Chief Bonner's orde need not be enforced as far as the elevated railroad was concerned. But they dosed the street below. The tiro itself that tried the grit of the firemen. T building was supposed to lie fireproof. The fire broke out on the top floor about ■TV o'clock. The floor was used for the storage of spices, and the boxes were piled in tiers from the floor to the ceiling, with narrow passageways between the tiers. A small part of the floor was occupied by machinery for the grinding of spices. Policemen Cavanagh and Clark saw smoke coming from one of the windows in the northwest corner. When the firemen got t here they could find nothing but smoke to tight. Both the top floor and the eighth floor were 111 led with smoko. Chief Bonner finally located the fire i the Varick and Franklin street m •all was not - !LH one in ii corner of the building. Twenty engine* and two water towers attacked it, After a deeper ate fight- of several hours, during which falling debris nearly killed several tire men, the flames were extinguished. Work woe just about over when engine 88, West Broadway, got too big u head steam on and blew off her top and smoke stack. Fireman Frank Magan was slight ly hurt. Mr. Wallace, a member of the firm, esti mated tbe total loss at $400, Ü00, of which $850,000 was to stock, and about $100,0(H) L ; that was done by water, he thought. Chief Bonner thought $350,0(6) would cover tbe total loss. Later Mr. Wallace said $3vK),0Uii was a conservative estimate. in of of LABOR'S THUNDEROUS DEMAND. A Second French Revolution Is Threat ened in Belgium. Brussels, May 1L—Numerous arrest« were made at Liege Sunday for intimida tion. A search by the police and dormes of the dwellings of strikers at Charleroi revealed a quantity of explo sives. The gendarmes arreHted three in the forest urn men rho were engaged in charg ing a bomb with dynamite. A fourth In flying from pursuit jumped into the river und was drowned. Thirty-eight suffrage meetings were held in Brussels and other cities of Belgium. Many of the speeches made were of the most violent character, the speakers urg ing that the working people must at any hazard assert their right to a share in the government. to it The upper classes were warned that their oligarchy was approach ing a close and that nothing short of uni versal suffrage, promptly granted, would be likely to avert a revolution, A socialist orator in Brussels asserted that the day was not far distant when royalty would he brought down as it had been brought down by tbe French révolu tion, and that the bayonets employed to prop up thrones would be turned against those who sat on Ute thrones. In Antwerp, Ghent, Liege and Charleroi, as well as Brussels, tbe garrisons kept ready for instant service and the police were re-euforeed by gendarmes. The miners on strikeassembledason May Day. but without, any serious exhibition of vio lence. The utmost anxiety is felt hy the authorities as to the future, and it is said that both king aud cabinet favor ample concessions on the snffrage Issue means of placating tbe working classas. The majority of parliament is, however, still stubbornly opposed to the surrender of the powers and privileges which the upper orders in Belgium have so long pos sessed exclusively, und the farthest Uiey are willing to go is to place the suffragi witbln reach of the lesser tax owners, still excluding the vast majority of the work ingmen. In England and Germany the situation is viewed with equal anxiety, as it is felt that the agitation is favorable to France, and that tlie socialist element would rise en masse in behalf of France in the event of a war. tvi-n as a the ing the for the of of THE MORMONS ENTHUSIASTIC. The Old Tabernacle Plies tl,e Stars and Stripes In Harrison's Honor. Salt Lake City, May 11.—Utah gave the president a hearty welcome, the mor mons even turning out to do him honor. For the first time in its history the Mor mon tabernacle hoisted the "Stars and Stripes" during the president's visit here. Thousands of school children greeted him. One Buy for Spiritual Things. Glenwood Spring», Cola, May 11.—in his speech at Glenwood Opera House Sun day President Harrison said he had to Glenwood Springs for rest, but he felt he could not deny himself to the large body of frieuds before him. In conclusion he said; "Men should have one free day in which to t hink of their families, of them selves, of things that are not material hut are spiritual. [Applause.) I desire to express from a sincere and heart my thanks to you for all your kind ness, giving to you in return simply the pledge that I will at all times keep iu mind what seems to me to be the true in terests of our people. [Applause.] "I have no thought of sections; I have no thought upon any of theee great public questious that does not embrace theology and interests of all our people ami all states. [Applause.] I believe we shall find a common interest and safe ground upon all these great .questions by moderat ing our own views aqd making reasonable and just concessions we shall find them all settled wisely and in the true interests of the people." [Applause.] Kev. Larimer Hack in Haston. Boston, May 11.— Rev. George C. Lo ri mer preached his first «ernion after an ah scnce of twelve years in Tremoni temple Sunday morning. Ho returns to this city from the Immanuel Baptist church of Chicago. •. find and and of taken I os earnest • »nr but per under patch and stated with it, until with Cyra. White Bead. Rockville, Conn.. May 11.— Cyrus White, one of the oldest residente and most prom inent business men in this city, died Sun day from congestion of the brain. He _ born in Uichford, Vt., in November, 1S14. 1 Ifl MEN-OF-WAR AFTER HER The Itata Pursued by the Charleston and Omaha. THE HOBEST AND MINNIE CAUGHT. Slu» Win Overhauled hy the Omaha un, I H'TCrpw Ar« Under Arrest—The Itata Would Not Have KNcapml Had tl»« Navy Taken a Hand. SAN PEDRO, Cal., May 11.—The Charles ton has not yet 1 kh*u sighted, but the Omaha arrived outside lost evening. Everybody on t»oard of the Hol>ert and Minnie has been arrested, but they decline to nay anything about the Itata. The capture of t ha arhooner Robert and was Minnie by the United States marshal barren of results. All the arms and am munition had lieeu transferred, probably to the Itata. The Navy Ignore«!. Washington, May 11.—The quuKtion of the cneape of the ItaLi is likely to be a live topic for nome time to come, whether or not the t'hilinu veweel reaches a Chilian port With arms on U>ar<l shipped in Amer ican waters or if she reaches a destination with arms obtaitKnl after she i«tcn|HHl from American jurisdiction. One of the most singular facts in the case is that the navy department was not naked to render the slightest AM.sistnnoe in making the capt or maintaining supervision over the Itata after her capture. Mr. Ijczeado, the minister of the govern ment of Haltnaccdn, the only government recognized by the United States in Chill, made formal representations to the state department, and on those represen Lit ions, ImektMl by suitable proof, the department of just ice was requested to Like proceed ings tlirough the district attorney and marshal of southern California for the de Um tion of the vessel. Tht* <'h<trle*tou Should II lleen Palled Those proceedings were taken and u deputy marshal was placed on board the seized steamer, but, according to the state ments of high officers of the navy depart El .A ... - * TIIR ('ll AKI.K8TOÎ4. ment, tbe attorney general's office failed to give them any official notification of the proceedings contemplated, and neither that department nor any other depart ment of the government asked the assist ance of the navy. Had this bee a done, it is said, it would liave been on easy matter to have placed the Chilian under the sujiervision of the Charleston, aud the Data's escape undo Charleston's gnns while actually in the eustody of officers of the United States would have been impossible, AI legist Condition, Anwounrcd. Having been left out in the original pro I-codings, uavy officers speak resentfully of the orders now alleged to have been sent to Captain Homey, of the Charleston, und also to Admiral Brown, -of tbo San Frau cisco, and Captain Schley, of tlie Balti more, to Like the Data, provided they can do so;withont manifest injury to their own ships of loss of life. Nobody can be found authorized to give an absolute denial to these statements. Secretary Tracy is down the river and Acting Secretary Ramsey is inaccessible, but naval officers generally join with the public in ridiculing t he notion that any such instructions could have been issued. There is no doubt that some kind of a pursuit of the It-atu has been ordered, but it has certainly not beeu hampered hy any such absurd conditions as those alleged, How She Got the Arms. Oakland, Cal., May IL— There arrived April 23 at tlie Oakland lying wharf, where all overland freight is received, six carloads of arms, consigner! to the Atlantic and Pacific Railway compuny. The ship ment consisted of 1,000 Remington and 8.500,000 cartridges, ami was made hy the Remington Arms compauy, of New Y'ork, to the Chilian insurgents upon the l>lan ot collecting on delivery, it being the intention to put the arms aboard a coast ing schooner and semi them down to meet the transport Itata, then on her north. Meauwhile the agent at San Francisco for the insurgent party had chartered the schooner Robert and Minnie, bringing her over to the Oakland side, aud the muni tions of war were put on board her under the direction of Ricardo L Turnbull, a seuator from one of the revolting Chilian provinces, who is connected with the house of Grace & Co., and who holds the charter of the schooner. She cleared under his orders, and at 3 o'clock on the morning of April 24 she was towed to sea by the tug Vigilant and taken down to Cattalina island, the tug returning three days after ward. way The OmaliM In Pnmult;. San Diego, Cal., May ll.-The United States steamer Omaha left the harbor Saturday. Her commander received mérou« cipher dispatches from the navy department. It is understood that these contained instructions to croise around Coronado Islands and San Clemente and find out, if possible, where the Robert and Minnie met the Itata. Marshal Gard and his deputies left for the north last night. Pilot Dill, who took the Itata out the harbor, has been arrested at San Pedro. Supercargo Burch hus also been taken into custody. He was arrested at os Angeles and says he landed the tin but declines to nay at what point. It \h thought this was done at Catalina or San Clemente Island. Tlie Charlestou on the Track. Sah 1* ram isoo, May II.—A morning pa per is authority for the statement thut the United States steamship Charleston sailed under sealed orders. Her commander, Captain Remy, received a long cipher dis patch late Friday night and Sat urday the Charleston put to sea. The vessel is coaled and provisioned for a long cruise und it is stated she has gone in pursuit of the Itata, with orders to capture her. The orders are, i* understood, to keep up the pursuit until Admiral Brown is encountered in Chilian waters, if the Itata is not fallen in with on the way. THEY'LL ALL BE ON DECK. And the World'M Fair Will Probably Surpass the Paris Kxpaaltlun. Washington, May 11.—The World's Columbian exposition at Chicago bid. fair to lie the greatest exposition ever held any country; greater even than the Paris exposition of IMHO. Advices already re ceived at the bureau of American republics here attest a remarkable and astonishing interest in the exposition on the part, not only of the South American republics, hut continental Europe and China and Japan ns well. Every country on this continent south of the Uuited States from Mexico to the Argentine republic has been heard from ami all art' making great preparations to place exhibits at Chicago. In Europe. Great Britain has already appointed commission, with the Prince of Wales the head of it, to prepare a wonderful ex bibit for the fair. The Russian government has set apart two millions ami a half, and leading met chants and manufact urers of St, Peters Itu rg and Moscow are pledged for so luuel. more for the purpose of sending here tin greatest, most diversified and novel ex Mbit ever before collected hy a single gov eminent. Germany will lie present will, a wonderful display, and France has given assurance of bringing a gre% exhibit. On this continent, Mexico will probably lead her sister republics in slr.n and divers Ity of display and has appropriated ft,non, 1100 to do so. Mexico, Colombia, Guate mala, Salvador and Costa Hie» will erect their own buildings at the fair, and Bar hados, Jamaica and the other British \V est. India islands propose to place I hell exhibit in a typical building which they will eject,.to he called the "West Indian Court." Altogether, and a! ready, although thex)polling of the exposition is t wo years hence, the assurances are complete for of the greatest exhibitions the world has ever seen. one HUNDREDS BURIED ALIVE. Tin' AnU-K hlnuplng League Thinks A Dlekln *m Oane Coin mon. 1 Nkw York, May ll.-The Anti-Kidnap ill« league lawyer, Mr. Albert Bach, today publishes a card replying to the statement of the National Convention of Insane Asy lum Superintendents at Washington, that no sane person has ever bees unlawfully imprisoned rn an asylum. Mr. Bach de nounces the statement as false and ridic ulous; and cites tin - cases ol Mrs. Clarissa C. Iaathrop and Miss Anna K. Dickinson, both of whom, he says, are shown hy the record to have beeu imprisoned withoiil any legal authority, and that of Mrs. Mar riet K. Beach, wife of the editor of Tin Scientific American, who has Just been released from Hloomlngdale asylum on a imbeas corpus obtained hy the Anti-Kid naping longue and adjudged by the court tolw entirely saue, as Mrs. I sithrop pre viously. Mr. Bach says hundreds of stich on record, that the league is in fais session of evidence that ■ H- many persons are unlawfully confined in the very asylums whoso superintendents deny that such a tiling has ever hupiwned, and that they are investigating these eases. He stated that in auother case the league lias tively ascertained that the physician consigned a lady to an usylum certified that, she was insane without ever having «een her. and that the league is working to have this physician indicted aud ixhed. Jx'.'i wh pun SADIE YELLED "FIREI And Flop**«] with A I Kiift'ilihy; Co Nkw Your, May It— Nadle MoClave, i buxom fourteen-year old girl, lived witt her father most of the time on hoard hei namesake, a lmat, on the Morris canal James Moron, thirty-five years old, who«« home, as well as that of the McCluves, in Phillipsburg, made love to tlie child whenever her father, *ho ifidu't want them to marry, was not by. Moran has been recently employed in unloading coal from a canal boat tied up at the (.»range street bridge at Roseville, Newark. Friday night when Sadie went to sleep she tied a string to her little finger and let It dangle outside thecaliin window. When Meran pulled it, late at night, she bered their plan, and, pulling a shovelful of live coals from the stovtj Gudor her father'* bank, scr eamed ''Fire!" McOlavc jumped up and wn the help of half « abzfu boatmen who answered his hail, deluged the burning bedclothiug. But Sadie was not to lie found, ijhe Imd .Vft. ,i note saying that she hail run away wTt , Jimmie. mile During (It fusion. i reinem A Priest'« Denunciation. BuiiUNQToN, N. J„ May ll.-There was a scene in St. Paul's Roman Catholic church, in this city Sunday. Rev. Father Tratey has uot been on good terms with some_members of hi? flock for some time, and in the course of his* address Warn, higuly excited. "I will grind to the dust," he shouted, "the rotten hearted devils of the congregation and hold uptheir wretch ed characters to the light of day." The outburst was a surprise to many iu tho audience. Over Eight Thousand Idlo. New York, May 11.—The Lumber Deal ers' association today locked .out their handlers and drivers in aty. yards as a means of fighting the boycott of the walk ing delegates on the firm of Charles L. Buck! & Co., who have had trouble with the Lumber Handlers' union. In this city there are between 8,000 and 10,000 men idle on account of strikes und lockouts among the lumbermen, foundrymen, machiniste, framers, housesmithsaud pattern makers. Killed the Woman and Shot lUmselr. I jog ANSPORT, Ind., May 11. — Martin Griner shot and killed Mrs. Anna Keister her home on Canal street and then shot himself through the head. He cannot cover. Friday night he took chloroform with suicidal intent, hut wits saved by the doctors. He has been living with tlie murdered woman for some time, though is married aud has a family. re Two Prisoners Escaped. Newport, R. I., May 11.—Two prisoners, James Phénix, alias "Blood and thun der," and Michael Conway, alias James Foster, esca|ied from the Newport county jail here Saturday night, aud although the police are scouring the country for the men they have ntit yet been captured. T. P. O'Connor*. Now Paper. London, May IL—T. P. O'Connor, M. has st urteil a paper called The Sunduy Sun. It has begun fairly as to sales, is well filled with advertisements, and de votes a column to an explanation of its at titude toward Parnell, whose shadow, It says, blights parliament. Went lip in Kmoge. Huntingdon, Pa., May 11.—Elliot Ro bey's flouting mill, William Smith's gen store and Mattie Robly's millinery store at Mapleton were burned Sunday. Loss, $11,500; insurance, $8,000. The lire of incendiary origin. GRAVES UNDER ARREST. in He Sent the Mysterious Bottle to Denver. « at BUT IT DID NOT CONTAIN POISON. ThU I« the Story the Doctor Hum Told to the Detectlv, -It Is Alleged That a Strong Case Has Already Been Made Out Against Him. Boston, May ll.-The Globe prints tha following preface to a five column story of the Barnaby murder mystery; By order of the Colorado authorities, Dr. T. That cher Graves is tacitly under arrest for the murder of Josephine A. Burnaby. Through adroit detective work on the part of Super intendent John Cornish, of the New K land division of Pinkerton's National De tective agency, assisted by O. M. Hnns com, the necessary evidence to Insure indictment tuts been secured, and Dr. Graves is now bound west, not for the purpose of giving testimony before the grand jury, hut to la; within the Jurisdic tion of Colorado, where he will lie formal ly indicted on Tuesday next, if the evi dence obtained and now in the hnmls of State's Attorney Stevens, of Denver, is to lie believed. "K - II« Kent tli« Ilottl«. Dr. Graves has confessed to sending the mysterious tattle to Denver. II« has con fessed writing the inscription upon it. He asserts that the bottle contaiiu'd puro whisky when it was mailed in Boston, ami that any poison therein contained must have 1hx:ii added after the package left his possession. This statement made to representatives of the Barnaby family in Providence was procured through tbo agency of Superintendent Cornish end Detective Hasoom several days ago. Id Re It w ilt lu Formal ArretU Tin» mid it iorial evidence tending to Bbow Dr. Graves' complicity is of great amount and it can he stated that any nttempton his part to avoid entranceto Colorado will ■vault Inn formal arrest by Defective llas cotn wlterever the ruiuonstrance may l>e made. Tliis arrest will ho made if neces sary upon an order of the authorities of Denver. Grave, Will II« Su i-prl.ed. One of t he moat surprised men will be Dr. Grave« when he net's a gentleman about 5 feet 10 inch«« high, weighing 300 pound«, who will, when lie takes the wit ness stand, answer to the name of Or ml. S. llausconi. h Dr. Graves met tlie gentle man several times this and last week at tho Barnaby mansion, and was introduced to him as Charles Conrad, a brother of John H Conrad. To tlie «opposed Charles Conrad he talked quite freely, and is «aid to have given many valuable "pointers," such as detectives hunt for. "Brother" Conrad will reach Denver at the same time that Dr. Graves does, although he left hem twelve hours later than the doctor, and ho will register at the hotel us Superintendent lion scorn. Shirlwi That Dlmigrr«. ^Everybody hero is asking how Dr. Graves, if he admilis the sending of a bot tle of "straight" diisky, is going to ex plain the substitution of the poisoned liquor which caused Mrs. Barnaby's death. Now. on this particular point, there i* this interesting thought: When Dr. Graves arrived in this city on Monday night, April !H), lie was asked hy respondent if he know anything about that bottle of whisky, as it was then cal led. His reply wos: "I know nothing at all—nothing; absolutely nothing. I don't know where it came from or who sent it." a cor If be admits now that he knows aomo t.hing about tho mailing of the package, how can he reconcile these statements? FOUNDERED IN THE STRAITS. Fifty-live Colonists ami the Lucy Low» !t«*poit<*<l Lost. Minneapolis, May 1L—A special to Th» Tribune from Tacoma, Wash,, says tho steamer Lucy Lowe lias foundered in tho straits of Juan de Fucn with fifty-five col onists on board, Tho party;'numbering fifty-six, left. Tacoma April 21 to settle h,Uid Ui"ir tu» mouth of the Guestabe» river, but were beaten hack by high aud became short of food. Jolm N. Grant, of Tacoma, the ouly sup vlvsf, liM^ua^rt'JXned here. He believe» the entire party La.?'Ufij;» party is being fitted out. □ .14 lost. A search t One Killed, Five Injured. StJNMJnv, Out., May ll.-The Pacific ei^ press met with an accident near Straight Lake, about fifty miles west of liera. Bush fires hud partially destroyed a trestle bridge over a creek and the train was too close when the fire was discovered to [*>r mlt the engineer to stop. The engine, baggage and mail cars und two colonist ears went into the creek. ■■■ ■ m ,»?m A man named McAlpin, from Quincy, Ma.«., was killed, and five passengers injured, one seriously. Two of the cars took fire from the debris of the bridge aud were destroyed. Tl 0 first doss sleeping and dining cars .lid not leave the roils, und none of the occupants was injured. He Struck Her with a Lamp. I'lTTSIU'HO, May 11.—Janie* Stewart, of Chartier» borough, murdered hi« i.ii« Mary, aged thirty, Saturday night, art came home drunk at «upper time, terrified his wife witli curses, and 1 _ «he tried to escape threw a burning Loup at her. The lamp struck her on the lire ast exploding and burning the S; "IV ll» 'ban women so severely that she died Suuday morning, after a night of awful agony. Stewar* was brought to Pittsburg and locked up. A Quiet Sunday in the Coke Region. Scottdalk, Pa,, May 11.— Sunday was » day of rest among the strike leaders, only one meeting at the Overton plant being held. The operators on tbe other hand were very active, which gives rise to the opinion that some new works will be start ed in the morning. General Manager» Lynch and Brennen were in conference all day, and it is said that they will endeavor to break the strike effectually ftiis week. New men will probably be the weapons. Shot Himseir in a Cell. STAMFORD, Conn., May 11.—James Sut ton, aged forty, a workman, was arrested for disorderly conduct Saturday night, and early Sunday morning shot himself dead in his cell with a pistol which tbe officer who searched him failed to find. Despond ency over his wife's recent death unsettled his mind. _ A Duel Will Result. PARIS, May IL— Henri Rochefort, in Th« intransigeant, blame« Isaac, the sab-pre fect at Avesnes, for ordering the troops to Are on the rioters at Fourmie. A duck will result front the charge.