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WILMINGTON, DEL., TUESDAY. DECEMBER tt, 1891.
NO. 1,102.
ONE CENT.
F you haven't bought your Winter Suit or Overcoat yet,
prepare to get them now. We are determined to get rid
of every heavy-weight garment in the building and have
marked the price so low that it needs no argument to tell you
that they will not last long.
All day long, (yesterday) our whole force was bisy tak
ing off a dollar from a pair of trousers or child's suit, cr prob
ably from $2 to $5 off a suit of clothes or Overcoat.
We need the room.
We need the money.
We don't want to carry over a single garment.
Look in our window. See the styles. See the prices.
Men s Suits and Overcoats, Trousers, Furnishing Goods,
Boys' Clothing, Overcoats; Children's Suits and Over
All marked down.
Children's odd pants all wool with hip pocket in every
All silk neckwear 20 cents. Silk-woven suspenders 20
5
etc.
coats.
pair,40c.
cents.
We will give you the same privilege as always, if you are
dissatisfied with your purchase we will return your money.
New York Clothing House,
316 MARKET STREET.
MAX EPHRAIM & CO.
SAMVEL SI.R'tfNQKU.
CASH OR CREDIT.
TILL JANUARY 1,
1892.
Sam'l Slesinger
ut
706 FRENCH STREET
WILL GIVB
10 PER CENT. OFF
On all purchafcs in order to make
room for an early freak spring
stock.
Furs,
Shoes,
Carpets.
Furniture,
Uunderwear,
Ladles' Coats.
Baby Carriages.
Ladies' Ha ! s,
Dry Goods,
Clothing,
Stoves,
Hats.
Call scon and make your rejections
, from a
COMPLETE LARGE STOCK
For Holiday and every day pur
poses at
Sam'ISlesinger's
706 FRENCH STREET.
10 per cent off on all purchases.
Open till 9 p. m.. Saturday and
Tuesday till 11 p. m.
CASH OR CREDIT.
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CHRISTMAS GOODS.
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF ELEGANT
AND USEFUL PRESENTS FOR THE
HOLIDAYS AT VERT MODER
ATE PRICES.
SPEC! ALT IKS :
SILVER THIMBLES WITH NAME
ENGRAVED. 25c.
PRINTING PRESSES FROM $I.7!VTO
$r> 00, COT plete with Tyne, etc.
Something nice for Boys.
t3?~We do our own Engraving, No charge
to purchasers, at
I
SHERWIN & SON'S,
615 Market Street.
HELP WANTED.
TATANTE I ) - A^MIDDLE-AOED OR ELD
TV erl j gentlsman, wsll-acqnalnted with
the merchants of Wilmington, to rspre eut
and eoliclt for a loiat home, Address U P.
C.. Evasiso Jocaaai. offi ce
A GENTS AND CANVASSERS ATTEN
tlon.—We will supply you with outfits
free, save you expressage, postage and aa
outlay of capital. Half a hundred articles
select from. Permanent work for responsible
men and women. Ses ns. Wolffe, Eighth
and Market.
O
E88KH. CHAH. U WEBSTER A Cti.,
wish to correspond at once with a com
petent book salesman, one who has sold ency
clopedias, histories or books of the highest
inality preferred. To the right party an
opportunity Is offered to establish and control
be sale of the Library
t.ire in a field yet enoccopled. Address, T.
M. WILLIAMS, Manager, 87 Fifth avenue.
M
of American Lllora
NewJTork nity.
LOST A>o FOl'KD,
T OST - ON SATI J RDAV Jk. «MAL ./ i-i •
L pun. a reward will bo paid on his re
turn to No. (TO King street.
BOARD AND ROOMS.
KKT ANTED?- BO AIÎDKkS, OR MAN^AND
'' wife at (Mil Penn Si. With use of bath.
VAT ANTED. — BOARD CRH,
' ' r.ionis and home comforts.
412 Klngstreet. __
K OOMs WI PH BOARD. HEAT AND ALL
con ve niences . IHM F reurh street.
te'Ort RENT-PLEASANT SECOND AND
P third story front and unfurnished third
story back room, tor rent, cr with board. No.
30 7 West Eighth street * _
LX)K RENT.—ROOMS, WITH OK W1TH
ont hoard ,at 40« E ast Fourt h street. _
84IBABLE ROOMS WITH BOARD.
107 East Elgbtb street.
PLEaHANT
Apply No.
i)
FOB HALE.
O UR LARGE CARRIAGE FACTORY AT
Seventh and Shipley streets.
1ST & ALLMON.
P RINTERS—STEAM FIXTURES, CO VI
■ plete with cones, hangers, etc., suitable
for quarto or eighth-medium presses. Also a
lot of belting. Apply at Evening .Tournai.
office_
P RINTERS.—FOR SALE, FOUR LARGE
Imposin g Stones. Apply at this offloe.
P IANO-SEVEN AND ONE-THIRD
OCTAVE SQUARE PIANO FOR SALE
CHEAP; In good order; easy payments to
good purchaser. Address, PIANO, Evening
Journal office.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES.
mo resale! or exu r anij efoiTcTtv
f- REAL ESTATE.—The well-known ' Prac
tlcal Farmer" Hotel at Grubb's, Brandywine
hundred, is offered for sale, or will exchange
for city real estate; has been licensed tor one
nîîuîm years; the only road house on the
Philadelphia pike between this city and ('he—
t? I KrÄ??SU 1 7, ndld bar and hotel trade JOHN
to pS 4 ®®' 51 * Crange street, Wllmlng.
BKAL MUTAT«.
F or
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SALE.
Nos. fill to fitiT Harrison street
No«. H It and 80S Van Buren street.
Noe. W and fit; Van Huren slreei.
Nos. I aw and 121# Pleasant street
Nos. IHM, 1813 and 1817 I-ancoster avenue
Dwelling and store. Thirteenth and French
If none of the above suit, cum« got Hat.
JOHN MULVENA,
»15 Market Street.
Office op en every evening. _
F OR RENT A VARY DESIRABLE RESI
denoe, furnished, for the winter. Can
Kiva possession at any time. Apply
HEALDSCO.
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teOR BENT —HOU 8 B AND STORE 84#
A Orange 81 . J. FULLMER. 210 W. #th 3t.
POR H8.NT.-TWO STORY WHKBLK1UHT
a- shop and six-room house to a good work
man at Kirkwo-d, Del. K. T. BURGE-8,
Jj'OR RENT—THE THIRD STORY ROO 4,
r No. 419(4 Market Ht ravt , l«i7(), well
lighted, entrance both on Market and Shipley
streets. JAMES MONAGHAN, No. 41» Mar.
ket street. _
IT OR RENT - HOUSE NO. 84» ORANGE
r street.JDHN FULLMER. 210 W. Ninth St.
HOTIUBb
BEAT EXHIBITION OF FINE OR AY UN
Work st the Headquarters of Tho Inter
national Publishing and Portrait Company,
724 West Second Street, Wilmlnyton, Dela
ware. Admission tree to everybody. FRANK
MOCH, Manager .__
MONEY TO LOAN AT ft AND ft PER CT.
("1 in auras to suit. Also have a customer
for a house on western side of city, «hont 10
rooms. J. L. OOHKLTHEK.
Real Estate Broker. Rooms 2 and a A Ex
change building.
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»CyAbJiicTMau

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wm
Corner Fifth and Market Streets,
Wilmington. Del.
i
ROW'S CHINA DKPOT.
THIS WEEK
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For the selection of Holiday Gifu
while the assortment is cemplate.
v ■ «itauapri
Gocds Laid Aside Till Wanted
And Delivered Promptly.
V*e bave the Largest Line of Foieltles
ant Staple Useful Goods Ever
Put Upon Sal»,
Compriiing everything desirable in
LOW COST OR HIGH GRADE GOODS
DECORATED SETS, LAMPS, OKNA
MHNTAL POTTERY, BROKERS,
JAPANESE WARE, GLASS
WARE, SILVER-PLATED
WARE,
»
ETU.
SPECIAL PRICES.
NEW BARGAINS.
IOOQ indiTidtml Decorated Japanese Butter
Plalee,
2 cents each.
HDD Japanese China, decorated,fruit saucers.
10 cents each.
•Cw Japanese China Cream Pitchers,
10 cents each,
M dozen new, tick, MaJoIUaTlIes,
13 cams each.
M dozen extra fine Majolica Plates,
Five Style#,
13 cents each, $i.50 per doz.
Decorated China After; Dinner Coll c Caps,
io cents a pair.
▼aev Lamps, highly deeorat-d, with 1) Inch
shade to match,
$1-45.
Vase Lamps, extra Qae, tet .01 Lamp for
$ 2 . 00 .
"Pittsbnrxb" Banquet Lampe, gold plated,
MexiCAU Onyx SGtnd ard^ op«n work I «aU.
$ 10 . 00 ,
Plano lamps, complete with sbtde.
$ 4 - 50 .
Decorated Dinner Bote, warranted first c!räo
quaJtyand malchable,
$8.50.
Toilet Chamber Sets, decorated, (with jar).
$5 00 .
DecoratedTua Sit«, Moss Ro'e Decoration,
Sec( nd tjualiiy, 44 pieces«
$2.75.
300 Toy Tea Sets. In boxes, atze 7x»,
9 cents.
Store open evenings this week,
Tuesday, Friday and Saturday.
I. LEWIS ROW.
413 KING STREET.
WILMINGTON, DEL.
Christmas Presents!
DIAMOKDS, WATCHES*
AND JEWELRY,
HAREY E. THOMAS <fe 00 .
No. 509 Market Street.

AMÜSKMKNT8,
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
Tuesday and Wednesday, December# and 9,
HANDS ACROSS THE SEA.
With all the original rest and scenic effets
as produced at the Walnut Street Theatre,
r'ixiladelpuia.
Beginning Thursday, December 10,
CLAKK-FORD COMÄDY COMPANY.
Three Nights of English Comedv.
MR. WILFRED CLARKE
and
MI8S MARTHA FORD,
Hupprarted by the JOHN T FORI)
English Comedy Company.
Frt?i r >Tv a "lten| ,, r>r, B 'J f ^!5 t e , i« "^hlch."
rrlnaje l aui 1 ry and In Honor Bound.
Saturday Maiii.ce, "Sweetheart»" and "Our
Uncle "
Saturday Nlght.^Bonefit of Division No. 224,
A Double BUI Each Night.
GRAND OPERA HOUSE.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
Three nights and WednexdarlMatlnee, com
mencing Monday, December T,
GEORGE DIXON'S
Atble ic and 'Specially Combination.'
Monday evening. Oeorge Dixon vj. Frank
Boll«n. Tuesday and Wedntsd*y. George
Dixon vs. Mike Kearney, both of Wilmluvton.
"BURKOSK-."
BEHRINGER & CO.,
«II Etir FOUST« 8TREES.
COSTUMERS.
A fine lot of Children's Coetumts.
THE WORLD Of HOLII K^..
Ww> York ScMMurtnl I'MN *>0
•ter (he ffrtrt of Apik^hIn.
Ai.iiast, Dec. 8.—In ohMiibers at the eHy
hull Justice Kdwnnte gave a further buanr,;
in the oonteeti'd einrttou rw>« 1 /
Peek, Deane, Der* 15 - ami Shnrwood AhM^«
lottem wtm agreed a|inin by tho aMtjrueys ter
both ink« that a)^wnl »hull be beJom to the
ffrewul term Dee. 8, with raqucwt 1er im
mediate bearing and deciskm, mal Uavt the
party there defeated shell wnmedutteiy ap
1 ««hJ be Mm court at appeals. l>oth leirtk» Vo
join ki re<fu*«tm*c vk«4 iiarri tv phtne ubc
an«»*» «1 »te i«i»ont oateeular und (U the
rariiert prertieoMe iWr tor the bearer, Mm
promoting* <f »be state board of canvas«»-«
re tori re to the »Hi »- , lor sxoahs- in the Fif
teenth, Sixteenth, Twenty fifth aud Twert
ty-neveuth diet rate to be sueponded until
the dwelt ai by the court of app«<»l». pro
ex led such deration be mixte prior to Dix-,
89 amt if m> miule the certificate of the *»
milt to be ln aooordhnoa vdth the court of
sppeals.
A IlMMotHc »1 rani ».«.!.>.
Auu»t, Dec. 8,- Dar ml (i OriIBn, chnir
loan of the exmmttwp aoairaitteeof th*> Dom
o qw Mte «tute renoHttrav baa given out an
mklress ten the peojite of the »tote in which
the poaitiuti of Uki Dstnocrata- (sirty witli
resjiect tei the co«»tewted seonbrtnl and air
numbly election« is atated The mtein«. m
part follow»:
"At the close iM tfvi eteytkm there hail ap
[«ireutly buen clocted «iitj-Avu n«rater
Deim«irats to the assembly, sixty-one rega
ter RepufaticooM and two Independent Dem
i «-reite The board of sopi>nr»«>rH in Hullivan
uonnty, a mujorMy if which wae naupuwsl
of BwpobhixkMi, set to work to defeat the
etection of the Democratic member of u «
wmbly in that count y by iseuing a lortjftcuto
of alectkn to the Republican candidate who
had berm (Wanted. *
Th» addn»a wyn the Démocrate nmtel
this nttevniH, nid now the Iswrd of raupiv
rmm at Hallivmi Bounty hova reounvawi«!
tha note mal amaste«! the certificate to Mr.
Ik whoa, the Uemoamtir member, ihm, moor
mg bay nt al any iloabt a Detnocrutic moji«'
ity te> the BHHMnbly Tla- addrewi charge«
tha RepubhcauH vitii a dnliberatu attempt
tel get avotrol if «be legislature by unfair
mean«. In ounchasteo the nuuiifeeto «ays:
'Tty a rantmul arrangement between the
moxreil iur the siwpoctivo partita, all dia
pelted qaartawi sotetira to the senatorial
cuntewte hare luma traaaiereiel ia the courts
of last maori Iur tte rtoctnon. Tha paMMun
of tbe DenasTwtic party from the Iwgliuxing
bus Iémm bauSi raalvwtel, aud a insu pr,.
twM bv wbarh ü ojui be ifoèenimwMl
wWtorr it bra IwwfaMy rauunvl a majority
ItesomSte ■»r'. ll.« ItemnM., Meets.
Waf«inw.c•, Dec. It.--t'hatrmrm Brt«w,
nf the NnCioual Dcsiaarratk- nsiunittee. to
day called to oedsr tbe meeting nf the ex
•eifiw uosnmlMue of the iwtutiol Detno
rawOc oesrantttoe. '17ic date fur the meet
ing of tbe fnfl awnmittee will bo ordered by
tbe ««oc«*ire oorranitAee Wa«hington will
nnqiuette «lately bo Hot«'U«l a« the plum in
which to meet The c*i«iat»vu i«mimittee u
ccsnprjawla» hit tows:
Onlifamta, M P. Tarpcy, Florida, Sranwl
Pa*>o; (ieorgia, John H. Rutill: HUimto,
Erekiw M Itwtpe. Iowa, 4. 4 Ra-batrateou.
-- " ' P. Dbwr; Kentereky,
vomner. Malue. Arthur SevmaB; Murr
SssrsAe Arssr F*. OWtHfin; 9n0fiigaa t O. M
Domes; Miimiuota, Michael Doran; Mte
«sirl, Jgrhn G. Prather; New Hampshire,
A. W Holloway; New Jersey, Milse Bos«
New York, Làentenont Governor Sheehan;
North Carolina, M W Ransom ; Ohio. Cal
Wn S. Brim; Pennsylvania, vacancy, Rhode
Wand, vacancy: Sooth Carolina, vacancy;
Tennessee, R, p, Looney; Vermont, Hiram
Atkina; Virginia, John H. Barbour, West
Wginia, J, N. Camden ; Wisconsin, John L.
Mitchell. Ctwurrnan, 0. 8. Brice; secretary,
8. P. Hbeerin.
Lehlbaef) Meets Defeat.
Tkhntow. Dec. 8.— Justice Dixon has
handed down an opinion in the contest of
Herman LeblUtch against Joseph Haynes,
mayor of Newark. Lehlliach ■
a recount of the votes of the recent mayor
alty election. Justice Dixon decides that
tbe petition fail» to set forth with
#t>le partit ztlurivy drcnnuitancns sufficient
to rentier piubable any statutory ground of
conte«* anti therefore the circuit court
should bo advtectl to dismte» the same.
Pleased with Hlll-s Elmira Speech.
Wamumotoh, Doc. 8,—Governor Hill's
E3mira tpecvih attract» much attention here
hi pollUcttl circle«. Senators Chilton and
Ste-wart and Congressman Hookor and
Blclutrdaou and Governor Buchanan, of
Teunoaaee, oil pntteo it. Senator Barry does
not know from tho speech where Governor
Hill atands on the silver question and Ooo
grcsauuui Bailey «ay» it is sitnidy Hill poli
ties all the way through.
;ks to have
r.-.v ai
T«* aud Ham ipitraite
»yams*«, N. Y. Doe 8,—Otamael for
Rafua T Perk «nd DwM Alten Ifuura, jr.,
BepotOicaa trairiSg raspeoUvely, tor
tor oral mautber .if assembly, hare a cred
noticra ef «i-peal from tho deenton made t.y
Justice CTBriao at bn extraordinary special
term «gxd granting the matt damns applied ftw
in IwhaR of John A Nichols and Patrick J
Ryan, the Democratic contestants.
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McNemcy Faceted Mayor.
Rockvillb, Conn., Dec. 8—William C.
McNeraey, Democrat, has been elected
mayor by a majority of 34 over Harrte, Re
publican. Nearly tho entire Democratic
city ticket won elected.
TRIED TO KILL HIS WIFE.
She Pcrsl.ted In Following Qonekcnbosh
and Ute SgO.OOO.
Newark, N. J., Dec. 8.— CbaHoa p.
tjuackenbnsh, of Allwtiy, N. Y., attempted
to shoot hte wife on Market street, this city,
tost evening. The woman persisted in fol
lowing him against hte wishes, and, being
unable to shake her off, he deliberately
struck her with the butt end of a revolver,
knocking her down. He wa» in the act o
raising the weapon for the porjKife of shoot
I mg the prostrate woman when « cabman
succeeded in disarming him. tjuackenbush
1 „„
securities was found on him
•» .«»..« , ..
i ui< ^ hoen left a fortune by the
I death of his father and had come to Newark
to settle up the estate. Hte wife followed
him, because she thought ho would desert
her after he received the money. Quack
enbush, it is alleged, has made several at
tempt« to kill hte wife in Albany.
D ^th
am-fllcd by Inspector Byrnra on su»
picion of being oonOMTMd in the plot to kill
Russell Sage, was committed to Bellevue
hospital to lx' examined as to hisramty,
The head of the bomb thrower is still
identified.
The Ikomlt Thrower Still Unknown.
DU
Governor Hill Appoints a Judge.
Albany, Dec. 8.—Governor Hill has ap
pointed James B. O'Gorman county judge
of Oswego county in place of Judge Wright,
resigned.
CHARLES F. CRISP WINS.
Nominated for Speaker on the
Thirtieth Ballot.
CEES OF PENNSYLVANIA FOR CLERK
IWMflUci Withal I
f from th* Fight for
Ü f » i tw ami Voie* for ■111*. bnt spring
•r'l NtvttMtfth (tow Am <Vi»p und t.ivw
Hku Mae VU*ory.
WiaHisuiTi«, Dec 8.—The great fight
la- the speakership of the himee of repre
>■ « »« t ires ended about 10 o'clock Monday
na»ht. when Charte« Frederick ( rtep. of
Anaurious, Ha., won «era loan'd by the Deni
Ma'MtÛ! oam-iis. late ia tlie contest Me
kLwUai. at Tauntone, withdrew ami voted
lor Milk. Hutch, of Mkwouri, foUowod Mc
Uiilin in Ute retreat from the fight and voted
britekp. but several at )ik followers threw
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their supp.« t to Mills. Then moot of the
»treogih of Springer, of Illinois, went to
Okp, giving him mura vote-« than wen*
■uweted to make him the victor. The
thirtieth and hut ballot resulted a« follow«,
li'isp, 1 Hi; Mills, 105; Springer, 4; Steve«», I.
hotte XJ ; nis.wsary to a choice, 114.
The Docltiv« Vote.
Tb f«dkkMrin«t is the thirtiKh and dual
v*ute in (U'Niil
FW Cîrinp And'traon, Ale«iuid«r. Alion, Altnr
tuau. Baoon. tiankhtMMl. Beetnan, Bolt»hooT«r,
IkmUoy, Blanchard. Blount. Branch, Hulli* k,
FUiuo. Hum«) Hymen. Cadniua, ('axupbell,
t'atchixi^ Clarke (Ala.), Oobb(A)a. ), Dock ran.
Oiaaptoa, Oowluo, Crawford. Cummiiign, Dau
1 «41. Donovan, Dun gau. Dunphy. Durborow,
CdmnndH. Elliott, Kill«. English, E|«hh, Ev««rett.
E«41ovr», Fitoh, F4>rn«y, Fowler. Ganta, (icisen
hniner, Gillaapiv. Goodnight, Gorman. Grady,
ifnvnUvi/ Halh)well. Hitt-h. H»yn«M, Hump
tali, lituidui bon (H. C. ), Hurliert, Holman, Honk.
JolumtiHU) iB. C.). Jonoa, Krtbba. Lawwiu (Va.),
Ijawaoa (Ga.). Lay ton, Lester (Va), Lester
(Ga >. Lt wui, Lilikt, Livingstone, Mallory. Me
A leer. Mcl'lellan, McDonald. MoGaim. MuKaig,
Multan Montgomery, Moss, Outea, 0'P«*rraU,
OtiUiwiule. Owens. l*agn (H 1.), Page * Md
DsMmocv. Painter, Pool. Pendleton. Pleroe,Price,
Raynor, Bellly, Ricbardaun, Robert««m. look
weU. Huak, .Shell Bhirely. Springer Block
bfMMa
Btof^idale, Stont. Stump, Tarsney, Tiliman.
Turner, Turpin, Van Htirn, Warwick, Wash
uigton, Wuadock, Whtteler (Ala). Whiting,
Williams (N. C.). Wllaon (Mo ), Winn, You
maua. Total, 119.
Per Milla Abbott, Andrews. Arnold, BabIMtt,
Bailey. Bar wig. Bland. B4iatner, Bowman. Braw*
ley, Breckinridgo (Ark..), Breckinridge (Ky.),
Beck. Breta, Brii-knur, Urooka, Brown, Brun
ner, Bunting, BnaUnell, Butler, Bynum, Cable,
Camiiietti, Oarnth. Cate, Oausey. Cain. Chip
man. Clan»*y, C«)bb (Mo.), ('oburn, Coolidge,
Coombs, Cooper, Covert, Co* (N. Y ), Cox
(Term.), Crain. Crosby, Culberson. De Forest.
Dickerson, Dixon. Dockery, Kuloe, Pithiaii.
Filmore, Geary, Hall, Hamilton, Hare. Harris.
Harter, Hayes. Heard. Hoar, Hooker (Miss.).
Johnson (O ), Kendall, Kilgort), Kile, I «agon.
Lane, Lanham. Laph&xu. LiMrkwood, Long.
Lynch, Magner, Mansur, McCrary, McKinney,
McMullin, Meyer, Miller, Mitchell. Moore.
Mutchler, Newl>orry, Norton, O'Neill (Mo.),
I'orsett, Patterson, Pearson, Scott, 84»erley,
hâitKigrasH, Hp«»rry, ftteaart (To*.).0ton«' (Ky.),
Terry, Trafy, Tucker. Warner. Wheelock,
White, Wike, Wilcox, Williams (Maes.), Wil
liams (Ills.), Wilson (W. Va.), Wise, Wolverton.
Total, 105.
For Springer--Bryan, Martin. Patton, tinow.
Total, 4.
For Stevens O'Neill (Maas.). Total, 1.
Hpcalier-Fleet Crisp's Speech.
When Mr. (>iap, the victorious candidate,
wns escorted to the hall he was received
with tremendous applause. He said:
Kkpkkskstativks: Profoundly grateful for
this mark of your confidence and esteem,
pledge myself here and now to devote what
ever Industry and ability 1 pc
vauoement of Ute real internet of the Domo
oraUc party. [Applause ] 1 beg to «ay to you
now. when 1 speak the first word to yon since
I mu your selection for speaker, that my olec
tuss means no step backward in tariff reform.
[Oboers.] 1 desire to say that there is ia our
party no man who more earnestly believes in
the Democratic doctrine of tariff reform than
do. [Tremendous applause.] After the long
struggle through which we have passed, when
representatives are fatigued and when other
oûloerH are to he nominated, it duos not become
to consume your time. 1 wish to*ay. however,
that during the progress of this canvass 1 have
said no word respecting any individual or indi
vidual« which would at all justify him or
them in having any feeling of unkindneos
against me. I have felt that it was a friendly
struggle; 1 have felt that we were all Dom
ocr ata, and that whatever might be the result
of the contest, when this house shall meet and
organize we will stand together as one body,
working and laboring for the good of the party.
[Loud applause.] 1 thank you again for your
confidence aud kindness and beg to assure you
that this whole contest has loft in my Ixmoui no
unkind feeling toward any memlmr of the
house. (Great enthusiasm and cheering.]
The ballot* of the day aud evening were
as follows :
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Kerr for Clerk.
James Kerr, of Clearfield, Pa., was then
nominated fur dork of house by acclama
tion. Ei-Bepreeental*.ve Yoder, of Ohio,
gilt the nomination for sergeaut-at-anus
and ex-Represeutstive Turner, of Now
Y ark, was declared the choice of the caucus
for doorkeeper.
The vote was as follows; Turner, ITS:
Field, 27; Coit, 8. Dalton, of Indiana, was
nominated for postmaster by a small ma
jority, and Rev. W. H. UUlburn was re
nominated by acclamation for chaplain. At
11:90 the canco* adjourned.
Mills Au tie! paled Defeat.
Mr. Mills took his defeat like a proverbial
Texas. He also had been waiting anxiously
in a room near by to learn how the balloting
wan going. Right after the mn he«eem*d
to fed that something was going to happen
and that the deciaire moment had arrived.
It ia stated that to Stahlneoker, of New
York, is due the beginning of the end. He
liad voll« I all along for Mills and bolted to
Crisp
like the whisper in the mountains, his
Tote started the avalanche, which came on
the thirtieth Imllot. It stam|ieded McMU
Im's men, atid Springer's followed suit.
Htuhliieckec's dueertion was the first hail
news that came to Mills.
"Springer votes for Crisp," cried ont a
messenger, rushing into the nom. Mills,
who had 1 i«ih« 1 forward to catch h» mi»
snge, recoiled. Another ls>y came panting
In. For the tlrst time during this remarka
ble content Us: Texan then showed a sign of
emotion.
"Well," lie said, raising his hand as though
to ward a Wow, "what is itf
lie Upon thi« New«.
The boy look one look at the pain, anxious
fisc of Mills, and, although trembling with
excitement, he checkt«! the yell upon his
lips, and turning his head suidiuulow voter,
"It's Crisp; he's elected." Mills stood as
though petri(ted. Slowly his head, with
little jerks, taint forward and his hands
nervously clasts«) before him. It was us if
he had bowed to tin* inevitable.
The sight of M ills in the In Kir of his de
feat affected every one in the room. There
was not a tremor in the stalwart frame ; he
stood still, a statue to grief. Colonel Mor
rison stepped forward and gently laid his
hand on his friend's shoulder,
touch Mills drew himself up, and taking
Morrison's hand said; "It's all right. This
other man has won."
Then with hew! erect, with astride little
morn swinging than usual he hastened into
the hoiisu. and walking up to Crisp grasjied
him oordially by the hand and congratulated
him morn warmly prrliaiis than any one
else on the victory he had won.
Tl,« New Speaker's Career.
diaries Frederick t'riap was born in Hhcf
flold, England, where his parents bad gone
on a visit, Jan. at, law His pi rents re
turned within a year, and ho was reared in
Georgia, receiving a common school educa
tion in Havnnnah and Macon At the htvuk
ing out of the war he was only sixteen, but
he enlisted in the Confederate service in
May, istll, becoming lieutenant of IVirapony
K, Tenth Virginia infantry, and serving
until May 12, PHI, when he was taken aa a
prisoner of war and sent to Fort Delaware.
He was released at the close of the war and
returned to Etlavflla,(la., where his parents
then maided. Things look)«! a little Wue
for the young Confederate at that period,
but he did not give up ls<CHUse the Confed
eracy was dead.
He read law in Americus and was admit
ted to the bar in ItSkl. In 1873 he was ap
pointed solicitor general of the southwestern
circuit, and was reappointed in 1873 for the
full term of four years, and removed to
Americas, where he has since resided. At
the expiration of his term in 1*77 he wae ap
pointed judge of t he superior court, elect«!
the following year by the legislature to the
same offloe and re-elected in 1880 for a full
tenu of four years, resigning in 1883 to ac
cept a seat in the Forty-eighth congress llo
lias been continuously re-elected »luce, and
is the candidate of the wing of the Demo
cratic parly that opposes Mills on the ground
that his plan of tariff reduction ia tea radical.
The new speaker descemls from a family
of actors, his ancestors for several genera
tions having l»ien foot light favoritea, Harry
Crisp, who was a favorite among theater
goers a few years ugo, was an elder brother
of the speaker.
At the
Thu Nfw* i»f ('niicruMM,
Washinutok, Dec 8.—In the senate when
Pena tor-elect Brice from Ohio was intro
rtuct-d Senator Sherman made a brief s|««<oh,
saying that while Mr. Brice was entitled to
lx) sworn on the prima facie case of his cre
dentials, he did not want t hat act to Ire con
sidered a waiver by the people of Ohio
should they decide that he was not it rtwi
dent of that state at the time of hte elec
tion, and therefore not eligible.
The credentials ef Senator-elect Hill, of
Now York, wore not presented. Tho ques
tion of the seating of Call or Davidson, of
Florida, and Dubois, of Idaho, wont over.
> The bouse met at noon today and organ
ized. Speaker Crisp was enthusiastically
received.
SHU Another Warship
Bath, Me., Dec. s.—Tho guuliout Mnchitui
was launched hero today. The new war
ship te a steel gunboat, and te the first of the
two steel gunboat« built under the pro
vision« of the act of congre«« approved
Man h 3, 1889. The bid of the Bath iron
works for her construction was $837,009
The limit jirescribod was $Ti»i,UlXI.
battery constets of eight 4-inch rapiil Hro
brooch loading ritte«. TTirae are thirty-«i
pounders and are exceedingly effective.
I.iiuni'hed,
am
Laurier Not Guilty of Treanon.
Toronto, D»h-.. 8.—Tho election petition
against the return of 8ir Richard Cart
wright to the house of common«, cltarging
him, Wilfred Laurier, leader of the Liberal
(uu-ty in the bouse of commons, and Kraslus
Winton with treason in attempting to pre
cipitate the annexation of Canada to the
United States, has been dismissed with
costs.
Incendiary Fire st Lackpnrt.
Lookpobt, N. y., Dec. H,—Cook & James'
large shirt factory was gutted by fire here.
The building, owned by Ubarlu« Keep, wa«
damaged about $7,000 Cook * James' loss
will reaoh $:10,(X)6. Altout IS5 girl« were
threwn out of employment. The fire is be
lieved to have been of incendiary origin.
Reciprocity with Germany.
Paris, Dec. 8.—A dispatch from Berlin to
Le Temps says that a reciprocity treaty of
Bommeree has lieen concluded between Ger
many and the United States by which the
latter country exémpts German sugars from
duty and Germany gives the United Stat*«
tho favored nation benefit.
To Contest Hurnhmu'n Will.
Boston, Doc. 8.—The will of the late T. O.
H. P- BurnhAin, the millionaire bookseller
who left $600,000 to chariutbio and other in
stitution*, was not admitted to probate,
nharlra Unnihani, of New York, a nephew,
will contest the document.
Married a Chinese.
Boston, Dec. 8.—At C?helsea yesterday
Tx)v. Toy H. Lee, a well known Chinese
missionary uf this city, was married to Mhb
M art lia H. (linstock, a teacher of drawing
in t-.e Charlestown district.
Cracked the Old Colony's Safe.
SHARON, Miiks., Dec. 8.—About 3 a. tn.
burglars breko into the Old Colony station
here, blow open tbe safe and stole about
forty dollars, with which they escaped.
Alleged Ballot Box Staffer»
Jersey Crrr, Dec 8.—The trial of the
eleventh batch of Hudson county alleged
ballot box Bluffers was begun in Jersey City
yesterday.
i rial.
Met and Then Adjourned.
H a KTPORO, Dec. 8. —The Connecticut sen
ate met in Hartford yesterdry afternoon,
md adjourned to Dee. 5».
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EACH WANTS A DIVORCE
Actor Marius and Actress St.
John at Odds.
THE HUSBAND'S ALLEGED CRUELTY.
MlfM "ftlnffh»** T«U| a Harrowing Tale of
Wo« and raun«« H«r Spoate to pone m m
Villain of ihr Deppwt l)yi
Arthur Toh«n.
-Her Friend
Loanoa, Dec. 8.—The divoree suit of Flor
ence Ht, John packed the high court of jus
tine again during the day and attracted aa
morbidly curious au audionie as ever jostled
hor
;h other to see Mias St. John disport
self in diaphanous
et**» muslin before tha
( lately footlights
in her palmiest
days. It is natural
that in the comedy
farce of Duplanoy
versus Duplaney,
In which Mias
Florence Ht. John
seeks to free her
self from the irk
some bonds of
matrimony with
W. Maui'ins, that
well known act
ress should assume
the iircmior rote.
Under the subtle
prompt ings of
counsel she un
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folds a harrowing tale of cruelty, fuith
lossneaa and neglect im the jort of the vil
lain of the play—her husliund. Tha minor
stage buntncsB, In which Marius is made to
tre a saltcellar at her blond curl* and at
another time to slap her rosy cheeks with
his hard, rough hands, is strongly brought
out by the lady'« venerable parent The
lighter iwrts of the comedy are token by
Mr (teben, who console« the ill u«ed wife'«
solitude by dinners and sparkling wine#,
and adds naive« to her wounded feelings by
pretty present«.
Marins aa thr Villain.
M. lAonun invnente on at«»|>tabte villain,
and In court plays a« caaily and gracefully
a« on tbe tenante. Hte cruelty to their il
legitimate child is acknu wlndgnd in the greut
actor's happiest vein, and the fact that it
wue his custom to write improper letter# to
hte wife, both liefere and after their union,
te assumed aa only too realistic to need any
doutai.
That the language of the piece should Ik
in character with the acting goes without
saying, and therefore neither the court nor
the audience wa» surprieed when it learned
that both lined to vary tbe monotony of
bites tey the frequent interchange of coaraa
oatlis and low invective«. The culminating
mystery of the play has not yet lieen un
folded. and for it« development the audience
hangs breathless on every word the pria
ctpete utter, wondering what ether impor
tant names and personages will be dragged
into tbe mire that bolds the principals.
8lr Charles Hitssell Conflilent.
Sir Charles Rowell, fresh from his triumph
in the great Russell separation oa«e, is con
fident that hte client, Mis« 8t. John, will
demolish the charges sguiiuR her and estab
lish the charges of cruelty and infidelity
made by her against her husliund. On tho
cress examination Mire 8t. John declared
that she hud never sworn at her husliund
N-fore servant« Hhe did not know of whom
ht' was jealous.
«Mr UiU then resumed hi« questioning in
regard to tile relations between Miss St.
John, and Mr. Arthur Cohen. Miss St. John
'«Id Cohen us««! to coll her "Florence" and
she called him "Arthur." The niHt valuable
present Cohen ever gave her wa« worth
twenty iMUinds She hud received far more
valuable preeenta from other persons. She
liad received gift* "from crowned heads
down tu peinons in us haiuble positions aa
onrseWea."
Her husluind hod "pule no charges against
l»>r until her petition Vs- a divoree lual been
filed.
't
Mr». Wimloiu (Mi the Kirnt tine.
W ami.' NftroN, Dee. H.—Secretary Foster
has addressed the following letter to Mn».
William Windom:
Washington, Dec. 4.
Mv Dkah Madam—I t affords mo slorera
pleasure to present to you tbe first silver
tificate bearing tha likeness of your illustrious
husband, tb" late William Windom, secretary
of the treasury. Few of our public men who
have been similarly honored have done
to deserve this particular mark of recognition
from tbe government, ami as hte sncceeaor in
office I feel that It te fitting to testify In this
manner by official acknowledgment of the ob
ligations duo to his distinguished serriceouf '
Very sincerely yours,
Obarlks Foster.
oer
The Dell Telepltoue C
Complete.
Boston, Dec. 8.— After two years spent in
taking testimony the case of the United
States against the Bell Telephone company
to annul the Bell patent ia believed to bo
complete and no more evidence will bo
taken. No evidence tending to prove fraud
hu« been produced, and it is evident that all
the government hopes to do te to bring be
fore the supreme court tho Drawbongh case
once more, with the expectation that tha
court, which was almost evenly divided on
the Drawbangk case, may give a different
decision this time.
Secretary Foster Very Weak.
Washington, Dec. 8.—Dr. Hamilton says
that Secretary Foster still has fever of a
low type. He has no pain, but bis condition
baa not improved since the onset of tho
fever Saturday The patient is extremely
weak. Dr. O. L. Magruder has become as
sociated with Dr. Hamilton in tbe case.
Mr. Wauamaker Deute» a Story.
Washington, Deo. 8.—Postmaster Gen
eral Wauamaker, when shown the published
statement that at a cabinet meeting he op
posed any action of the administration in
the settlement of the difficulty with Cbüi
save by arbitration, said that there was not
one word of truth in the statement.
liante' Trial Again Postponed.
New York, Dec. 8.—Carlyle W. Harris
trial on tho cluuge of causing the death of
Mary Helen Neiteon Potte- Harris has been
again put off. Miss May Schofield, an im
portant witness for the prosecution, te still
ill «I Jackson, Mich. She will not be abla
to undertake the journey for two weeks.
American Pork In France.
Washington, Dec. 9—The atate depart
meut bus received a cablegram from Whit»
law Reid, United State# minister to France,
announcing that President C&rnot published.
Saturday a decree repealing from that date
the prohibition on American pork, whiolk
hud existed since February, 1881.
For Illegally Keeping Liquor.
Lowell, Mass Deo. &—E. D. McVey, a
member of the Middlesex county bar, has
been fined $100 aud sentenced to three
months in the house of correction for in—
gully beeping liquor, lie appealed. a
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