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WILMINGTON, DEL., WEDNESDAY, MAY 4 , 1892 .
NO. 1,228.
ONE CENT
Crosby
& Hill.
Important Announcement
Ou Thursday and
Friday only we will
sell GO pieces Amer i
can Challies at 2c a
yard; regular price 5c.
1 case
Toiltt Crash, some
pieces slightly soiled,
at 2c a yard; worth 5c.
1 case Fearless
Bleached Muslin,yard
wide, at 5c a yar d ;
worth 8c.
1 case beautiful
dress Ginghams, ex
cellent styles, splen
did quality, sold in
Philadelphia for 15
cents; our price on
Thursday and Friday,
10c a yard. Only 10
yards of eacli of the
above goods sold to
one customer, and the
fe oods will only be
offered at these p* ices
on Thursday and Fri
day. We positively
will not sell any of
the above before or
after, unless at the
regular prices.
On Saturday only
we will sell an excel
lent Corset worth 39c
a pair for 10c a pair
only one pair to a cus
tomer.
Ladies' Blac\ Der
by Rib Seamless
Hose, fast black
goods, worth 20 to
25c a pair, for 11c a
pair ; will not sell more
than three pairs to
each customer.
Our Kid Gloves at $1.25 for
$1.10,
Our Kid Gloves at $1 for 89c
Our Kid Gloves at 75c for 67c
Our Kid Gloves at 50c for 44c
Oar beautiful print
ed India Silks so pop
ular and attractive at
50c wi 1 be sold on
Saturday only at 44c
a yard. Please remem
ber that the Saturday
prices are only for
that day and the goods
will not bo sold be
fore or after except
at regular prices.
Our entire stock is
very large and at
tractive, all of which
are offered at the
very lowest cash
prices.
Twilled
< f
Crosbj & Hill,
»
£05, 607, 609 Market St.
ATLANTIC CITY HOTELS.
P«Dii*ylvAnta Bntliond.
Leave Philadelphia. Market street wharf :
Express, 8.511 A. M. 2 30. 4.0U and 5g00 P. M„
week rtavs accommodation. 8.00 a..d 8.30 A.
H ,3.30 and 4.30 P. M. Sundavs, Express,
8.1)0. 8.45.8 45 A. M. Accommodation, 8 00 A.
M. 4.00 P.M. _
Philadelphia * Reading K. H
Leaves Chestnut street, and South street
wharvei. week davs Express, 8.00, i'tsj a.
3.00. 4.0(1 P, M Accommodation. 8.00 A.
M .5.00, 6.80 P. M Sundays Express. 8 «'.
».00 and 10 00 A. M. Accommodations. 8.isi
A. M., 4 30 P.M. _____
The Mansion.
Atlantic City, N. J.
Open all the sear.
The Largest Hotel.
CHARLES HoGLADE.
Hotel Heckler.
H Heckler has taken the Hotel Normandie,
coraer of Atlantic and Pennsylvanlv avenues
and fitted It up In first-class style. Open
May 3, and known as Hotel Heckl- r.
H HECKLER.
Leeds' Cottage,
No. 4 Arkansas Avenus, below Atlantic,
opposite Reading depot. Open May 3U. First
lots accommodations
MHS. A. M. LEEDS.
Madison House,
2015 Pacific Avenue, below Michigan New
bouse. Hates. $7 to $» per week. IIcarding
by day or week.
SaMUEL LAW. Proprie tor
The Shirley,
Kentucky Avenue, near the ocean Entirely
new bouse, newly furnished: eltctric bells.
Telephone No. 231.
Same management as laat year. __
The Westminster,
Kestueky hear Pacific avenue, Atlantic
City. N..(. Op*n all the year; entirely new
building; ail modern Improvements.
MRS M. ROCHE.
Hotel Allen,
Corner of Pacific and Arkansas Avenues
near tbe lieacb; accommodations first-class
reasonable rales
W. ,S, ALLEN, Proprietor.
Hotel Edison,
Michigan and Pacific Ave., plcanantly situ
ated, oi-en grates; sanitary arrangements
MHS. JOHN H. COOKE,
_ Formerly of the "Melcs.**
Hotel Imoetial,
On the beach: Maryland Ave.; capacity, 2(P;
Lome comfort, electric bells.large solar
ium. grate fires, appointments and table first
class; $2 to $3 per day, $10 to |18
_ IL W ~
The Radnor,
112 South Carolina Avenue. Centrally located,
within three minutes' walk of ocean, hot sea
bat Us, depot and Host office. _
MHS. H. W. SHARPLESS.
comp ete.
every
per week.
KENDRICK.
The Eldredge,
18 South Carolina Avenue. $8 to $12 per week
$2.00 per dav. Every facility loi
Souse enlarged ; having large
. Kldmoge, Proprietor.
81. o to
guests. H
rooms. Mrs. K. .1
sir!
The Hotel Stickney.
feet from Ocean, on Kentucky ave..
itesni heat, snn parlors. Ç2 sTir^KSKY ' **
ino
to312 week.
NOTICES.
OT1CK.—THE ANNUAL''"MEETING OF
the stockholders of Mechanics Loan As-
sociation will be held on Monday evening.
May », at 7 30 o'clock AU sioekhclder* are
requested to be present. C. W, GRANT,
- Secretary pro tern.
N
REMOVALS
T homas davis, attorney-at-law,
H having retired at Deputy At'orney
General, can be found at his new office, No
815 Market street, for general practice. __
iSEMOVAL-DR. a, E. FRkN-V. HAS
tt removed fits office and residence io No.
504 Delaware avepne. __
R emoval, john biggs, attorney
at-Law, removed to No,813 Market street.
Will now devote his entire attention to url
vate practice, __
N otice -uh. l. n. slaughter has
movedhtsoffice from No. 14 East Seventh
nreev to No. 301 Delaware avenue, offices for
merly occupied by Dr. Frantz._
N.Ï.
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Wilmington, Wednesday, May 4. 18»2.
MEETINGS FOB THIS EVENING.
Young Men's Democratic Club.
Hope Lodge, Independent Order f'dd Fellows.
Noomt ReUek ill Degree Lodge, I O.O. F.
Mattshoon Tribe. I i s. Order Red Men.
Orientai Ledge. K 'tglit.-of Pythiaa
Cl ara ion Lodge. Knights of Pythia«.
Cigar Makers International Local Union.
Orient si Lodge, A. F. «-d À. M.
The commercial drummer is
a man who is a representative
of some house, he carries their
line of samples and goes on
the road to sell. The livliest
man on the road just now is
the clothing drummer, his
Spring season is drawing to
close, for by the first of June
he must go f »r We t or South
with his line of Winter sam
pies. Every day several of
these clothing drummers come
into see us. They have strict
orders to sell. The co.'t of the
goods is not considered, they
want the room for their Win
ter stock. We are talcing ad
vantage of these snaps. We're
closing out lots of suits, trous
ers and children's clothing
every day. We're buying them
at from 20 per cent and 50
per cent, less than we could
have bought them for a month
ago—it's for your advantage
well as ours.
Strictly one price and
if dissatisfied with your
purchase we will return
yoijr nnney.
N. I Clothing House,
316 MARKET ST
MAX EPHRAIM.
AM UN SHIR NTS.
grand OPERA HOU8E.
Mrs. Longshore Potts, M. D ,
Will lecture on "HEALTH AND DISEASE"
to women only, April 30 and May 2 and 4, at
3 p. in
Course tickets, three lectures, TjO cents.
Single admission. 85 cents. Stereoptloon
i Must ration s. Wednesday night, May 4, at
8 o'clock, ftmous lecture on
Love, Courtship and Marriage.
To both sexes, Prices 25 and 5(1 cents. "Moral.
st motive and very amusing.''— Henry
Ward Beecher.
GRAND BAZAR
op tHE
Warren Athletic Club.
In Institute Hall,
Special Attractions Each Evening
Admission,
Season Tickets,
10 oe,.ts
• 75 cents
HELP WANTED.
UTANTEH -A GIRL FOR GENERAL
TV housework. Small family. Apply
morning, at No. 1015 A dams street
W ANTED,-A GOOD WHITE GIRl FOI
general housework. Call at No. UKi
Washi ngton s treet. _
W A N TED.—HONEST, KN BUG ETIL' M c.N
to sollet orders for nursery stock; ex
pt nsee and saisri to men who can leave horns
slid w, rk steady: also ( smiuisslous io local
«cents: write for terms and territory. Ad
die-s, R. U. CHASE A CO.. No. 1430 8. Penn
Square, Pliiladeluhla. P«
81 TU ATION4 WANTED.
A ST MI DDLE-AGBU^MAN WOULD LIKE
to learn a trade or business that he would
learn in short time - basket making or suck
work : would pav for learning, state par
Honiara and wna*. money would be required,
ddress, TR «DE. this office.
rilH HALX.
COR SALE CHEAP. —A BICYCLE BAK
L gain An entirely new Empire Safety,
cushion tire, electric bell, etc. never ridden
but once, for sale at a gre il bargain to a cash
buyer. Address C. H. HORN, No, 112 French
street.__
CHiR SALE CHEAP.—AN
r piano, good as new. A :.ph
ELEGANT
NINTH St.
P RINTERS.—FOR SALK. FOUR LARUE
Imposing Stone* Apply at thla office
REAL ■STATS.
EvTecCTOR'ö' SALE OF REAL E-TATE
1 ( Will be sold on the premises at Newark,
ON MONDAY,
THE 9th DAY OF MAY,
AtSo'clook p. m .
The beautiful residence of the late Dr. N. H.
Clark Th e Is a most desirable property and
must be sold at once to close the estate,
is ession given at once.
J WILKINS COOCH, Executor
Del
POR RENT.—TWO SMALL HOUSES AND
1 store, apply to F S. BRADLEY, Puli-
man I'lace
F OR KENT. -THE STORE. 307 MADISON
streei ; good stano f >r any kind of bn »1-
ness: fixtures In store; $14 per month.
JAMES MONAGHAN. 41» Marxet street.
F OB KENT. -NUS. 28U0-5 7and » MARKET
street, 6 rooms and oath; also store and
c.welllug No 2SH Market street, » rooms T.
TAT NAL.,. No. 712 \lark-t street. _
F 'OR RENT.-A TWO-STORY BRICK
dwelling: eight rooms and a bath. Sewer
connections Kaie« -easouabl«. Inquire of
MKS. COTTINOHAM, No, 300 Maryland
avenue. _
CVJR KENT.—THE STORE AND DWELL
*■ ing. 626 East Fifth street, 8 rooms and
store. W. J, FISHER, 6(16 Market street.
OH RENT.—THE LARGE STORE AND
a welling of No. 211; also tbe dwelling of
No. 213 West Front street.
PHILIP O
No. 3d» West Front street.
F
Apply to
PLUNKETT,
F or sale-a
roomed
BARGAIN-31) NEW MX
HOUSES,
In the weatern part of the cltv, paying 11 per
cent, for the price aeked If you have any
money to invent you should not miss this op
portunity. Aptly to
JOHN MULVKNA,
91'» Market street
Telephone 6.3».
EXECUTOR'S SALES
pXECrTOKS' «ALE.
Tbe subscribers, aa executors of John
Peoples, deceased, wilt sell at public auctiou
at tlie Court Uou*e, in tbe city of Wilming
ton, on
Tuesday, the 10th day of May,
18F2, at 3 o'clock In tbe afternoon,
tbe following shares of slock :
130 shares Frankford and Southwark Phila
delphia City Passenger Railroad Company.
360 shares Wilmington City Railway Com
pany.
*> s': -ires Security Trust and Safe Deposit
Company of Wilmington
I share First National Rank, Wilmington
16 shares Union National Bank, Wilming
ton.
1(1 shares Philadelphia National Bank,
Philadelphia.
25 shares Union National B ink, Phila
delphia.
2) «bares Pull man's Palace Car Company.
60 shares Wilmington Dental Manufactur
ing Company.
102 shares Wilmington City Electric Com
pany.
33 share« Delaware an 1 Atlantic Telegraph
and Telephone Company.
I share Btar CInb Miaules.
35 stares Brandywine Granite Company.
50 shares the Pasey and Jon»» Company
35 shares Wilmington and Kennett Turn
pike Company
10 shares Masonic Hall Company, Wil
mington.
II shares Helena Mining and Reduction
Company. Helena, Montana.
too shares Mingo OH Company, PhLadel
phi«.
635 shares Elk River and Bine Creek OH
Company.
30 shares Broad Monntaln Mammoth Vein
Coal Company
10 shares Wilmington
factuilbg Com
I«) shares
and Coal Mining Company.
Terms, cash.
a
as
«team Brick Mann
npsny.
Plain Farm and Long Ran OH
CHARLES B LORE and
EDWARD O. BRADFORD,
Executors of John People*, deceased.
RBDI8TER'8 ORDERS.
ob der.
REGISTER'S
REGISTER'S OFFICE. I
New Castle County .Del , March 5, 1883, l
Upon the appllcauon of Harry Emmons,
Administrator of Mary Schwenk, tat«
Wilmington hundred. In said county, de
ceased. It is ordered and directed by the Reg
ister that the Administrator aforesaid et
notice of granting of Letters of Admlnlsti
Mon upon the estate of the deceased,
with the date of granting
by causing advertisements to be
witbln forty days from tbe
*nch letters In six of the most public places
the county of New Castle, requiring all
sons having demands against the estate
present the same, or abide by an Act of As
sembly In such case made and provided; and
also cause the same to be Inserted within the
same
newspaper
and to be
e. o. d
CH
UieraoL
posted
date
per
period In the Evening Journal,
r published in Wilmington, Del.,
continued therein three weeks.
Given under the hand and Seal
of Office of the Register aforesaid
at Wilmington, in New Castle
county aforesaid, the day and
year above »ritten.
J. WILKINS COUCH,Register
L. S.
NOTICE.
AH person* having claims against theestste
of the deceased mast present the same, dnly
attested to the Administrator, on or Wore
March 5, IHKt. or abide the Act of As
sembly in such case made and provided.
harry em.mons,
- Administrator.
Addrese, Wilmington« 1*1.
CIGAR THIEVES CAPTURED.
\ Clever Piece of I>eterilve Work In
New York City.
Nkw York, May 4.— The police of the
Oak street precinct have very cleverly run
down the burglars who, in the guise of com
mission merchants, gained access to the
premises of M. Burrauco & Co., eigar im
porters pf 3*1 Pearl street, and robbed them
of 00,000 cigars, valued at nearly $10,000.
All the goods have been recovered and the
burglars and an accomplice are locked np in
cells. The police bud since April 23, the
date of the robbery, been hunting vainly foi
some trace of the burglars, but without suc
cess. On Monday Mr M Kulfon, a cigai
dealer ut 1 Cortland street, informed them
that he lielieved ho bud a clew, as a man had
called on him and said lie wished to dispose
of a large Job lot of cigars, which were left
ou his hands by a customer who was unabh
to pay for them. He mentioned the brands
and as Mr. Kalfou hud seen in a trade pajiei
the brands of cigars which bud been stolet
from Barrauco Jt Co. be knew in an instant
buy the goods, and asked him to come agait
ibM ilay, Mr. Kalfon, $$ the request of tb<
polios, consented to act as a decoy. Wbes
the man called again Kulfon accompanied
him to a house in Brooklyn kepi by Thomai
Campbell, where be was shown the goods
He consented to buy them and hurried
away with the excuse that he wished tc
draw the money demanded from the bunk
Detectives bad shadowed the trio to Brook
lyn. Mr. Kalfon signaled to them thal
the goods were in the house, whereupon tht
del. i rive, forced an eutrunce and captured
Jauu*» (ÿnnj aim Patrick Carroll, woe
Lave since been recognized a* the "com
mission merchant«," and ThomuH Campbell
who had acted as custodian of the good*.
that the thieves were trying to dispose ol
the stolen goods.
He told his caller that he would probably
HAYDON'S MURDERER CONFESSES
Y<
I g Fuies Ci
ild Not III« Seen«
of HU Crl
Newark, N. J., May 4.—Thomas Hay
don's murderer has been arrested, lias con
teased and returned [(art of the money
which he took from his victim in Newark
last week.
years,recently discharged from Mrs.Potter']
straw factory, where the tragedy took
Haydun but only to stun him. He con
ceived the idea of the robbery about a week
after his discharge. He was familiar will
Haydon's habits and wailed in the entrant-«
for him.
He is Alden Pales, aged fifteel
place.
Fuies said that be did not intend to kiL
When Uaydon entered he raised bis bah
stick and struck one blow buck of the bead
Haydou fell forward and then started
rise. As he did so Paies bit him three
times. Fuies went through his pockets unu
found $5(J0. He liod intended to leave the
city at once, but bung around town nnti
night, and then heard that his victim waa
dead. Why he did not leave the city ther
be is unable to explain. He says that he
solved rime and again to go, but changée
bis mind and hung about tbe city so us
be near the scene of tbe murder.
Why III is* Attacked Milliullsnd.
Nkw York, May 4.— Cornelius N. Blist
bus written President Harrison stating why
he wished J. E, Milbolland, immigration
spectur, removed was because Milbulluoo
had violated the election laws. Blist
charges that Milbolland caused government
employees to be brought from Kllis islnuc
and, under hie supervision, they with others
were employed to interfere with and break
up a legal meeting of a Republican district
association.
Alibelt and the Coal Combine.
Trenton, May 4.—Governor Abbett
mnch interested in Attorney General Stock
ton's investigation of the Reading rallroati
deal to determine the right of the combine
to transact business in New Jersey, Tht
governor's further measures in the mallei
will de [lend upon the attorney general's
port, which will be submitted without
lay. The governor says that be has nut
decided to cal a special session of the legi*
liiturc.
lerlra Still.
New York, May 4.— Mrs. Tbeophils
Kruemer, who, according to the Russia!
government's representatives, has been
ing to go to Russia in the guise of a mt-mbei
of the Red Cross society, w hile in reality
tending to secure admission to tbe empin
fur the promotion of her own schemes,
not on her way to St, Petersburg, but is
her house at Steinwuy, L. 1.
Mr«. KrjM*m«*r in Ai
Washington, May 4.—A report made
the senate by Postmaster General Wana
maker of the experimental free delivery
mails in small towns shows that the system
hus been highly successful. Forty-eight
were selected, and in nearly every towc
the Increase in postal receipts was equal
the additional expense of the free delivery
Free Delivery in Small Towns.
service.
Four Fiend« Indicted.
„ ,
Plimmer, four negro desperado«
who recently emptied their revolver»
a group of harmless Italians and then liter
Niagara Falls, N. Y., May 4 —Willian
Parker, Charles Kelly, WiUiam Cbamben
and C.
Z»wwBweM M MIUM « s»4 maHWB8!WaaaB
ally kicked the brains out of a little three
year-old girl, were indicted for murder
tbe first degree.
Will O'Sullivan Confess ?
Jouet, Bis., May 4.—Patrick O'SuUivan
one of Dr. Cronin's murderers, can live
a few days. Many rumors arc afloat as
efforts made to prevent O'Sullivan from
making a confession, and tbe midnight
visit of Attorney Forrest, of Chicago, to
prisoner's bedside is the subject of muck
gossip.
8unol in Training.
Meadville, P»., May 4.—Miller and
ley's string of nineteen valuable horses
Robert Bonner's famous trotter, Hanoi
were brought up from Franklin, and
now at the new kite track. Hanoi will
once begin her summer training under
Charles Marvin.
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of
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For the Ocean Niait Service,
Washington, May 4.— The speaker
before the house a letter from the post
master general submitting an estimate
appropriation of $308,390 for ocean mail
ol
vice now under contract for the fiscal
ending June 30, 1893.
Monmouth*« Application Laid Over.
Anbury Park, N. J., May 4.—Tbe appli
cation of tbe Monmontfa Park Racing
ciation for a'liquor license baa been laid
fur one week. All other applications
granted.__
Journeymen Plasterer* strike.
Pittsbubo, May 4.—Two hundred of
journeymen plasterers in this city
struck peudiuga settlement of the Saturday
eight hour demand.
s
Seabrook. N. H., May 4.— Francis Beck
man, who killed J. M. Leture, has been
leased ander $500 Bouda.
A Murderer Out on 9500 Unit.
LIVE POLITICAL HEWS.
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Connecticut Republicans in Con
vention in Hartford.
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Prominent Republicans to Meet at Wash
j
night for the preliminaries of organisation,
( There is a full attendance of leading Repute
licans from all over the state. Chairman
j Benton called the convention to order. Jo
LINCOLN AND BUSK THEIR CHOICE
IVeslilent's rial
Next Week am] Oppo.e the
for Rrnoniliiatlun.
Mr. Harrison's Friends Hay He Will Win.
Hartkord, May 4 The Republican state
convention met In Foot Guard armory laat
seph L. Barbour, of Hartford, was chosen
temporary chairman and made a lively
speech. Allusions to Blaine, Harrison, Reed
and Governor Bulkeley were received with
loud cheer». N. D. Sperry, postmaster ol
New Haven, was called up and spoke on the
tariff. F. D. Bassett, lute United States
I minister
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;
j suc * **f the campaign It seems to be con
ceded that Governor Bulkeley, of Hartford,
James P. Platt, of Meriden; Timothy E.
Hopkins, of Dauielsonville, and Lorrin A.
, v>okt . ,, f Riverton, will be the four dele
I
to Hayti, spoke for the colore»!
race. Committees were apptinted and the
meeting adjourned to 10 o'clock this morn
ing, when Senator Hawley was chosen
permanent chairman and spoke on the is
I
gates at large.
4'laims of Harrison's Friends.
Washington, May 4.—It la claimed by
President Harrison's friends here that be
will Is- renominated on the first ballot
I They claim to have kept track of the state
and district conventions which have in
structed fur President Harrison, and tbe re
suit is us follows;
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36; Ohio, 0; South Carolina. 18; South Dakota,
*i Tennessee. 3: Texas, .'kt; Virginia, 8; Wis
consin 1U. Total instructed delegates, 363
In addition to these they say President
Harrison is assured of 811 more votes, mak
ing a total of 513. This, they say, insure*
h "> «nomination, with sixty-three votes to
, «pnre.

Alabama, 23: Arkansas. 16: California, 3;
Florida, 8; Illinois. 6; Indiana. 30; Kansas. 8;
Kentucky. 36; Maryland. 4: Michigan. 4: Mis
sippi, IS; Missouri. 34 ; Nebraska, 16; Now York,
For Alll«on or Kuak.
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Nkw Yohk, May 4 —Senator William D.
Washburn, of Minnesota, who is stopping
at the Fifth Avenue hotel for a few days,
said: "The Republicans in Minnesota are
not shouting very loudly for Harriqon,
Blaine can't be nominated 1 think they
would prefer Senator Allison, of Iowa. Al
lison is u strong bnt not offensive partisan,
has a good political record nnd personally
a very popular man.
"Next to Allison Secretary Rusk seems
be in favor. Rusk in a great farmers' fa
1 vorite. His services to the country in the
! deportment of agriculture, together with
his war record and the fact that he gave
Wisconsin a splendid administration while
governor of that state, has greatly endeared
him to the Republicans up our way."
Illinois Republicans Meet.
Sbrinufiei.ii, Ills., May 4.—Today's Re
publican state convention promises to be
cut and dried affair as far as the state ticket
is concerned, tbe Pifer faction being in
immense majority. Senator Cnllom desires
' to bead the Illinois delegation in the national
convention and is opposed to instructions.
Tbe Fifer men are willing that the dele
gates shall be uninstructed, but they
determined that ex Governor Oglesby shall
lead the delegation, and they threaten
and can keep the senator's name off tbe
of delegates altogether if he persists in
ambition.
it
re
do
yet j New Orleans, May 4.—The Republican
state central committee publishes an ad
The I'rriMrut Amtilvd.
; dress to Republicans of the country,
which it denounces last mouth's election
an outrage and a disgrace, and charges
president with having sympathised with
the conspiracy on the pretext that the Re
publican party of the state was friendly
r the lottery, tbe truth of which charge
committee denies. It claims that 25,UUIJ
negroes were driven from the polls on elec
tiun day.
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The Mat
Gardiner, May 4.—Tbe People's party
j state convention held here nominated
U ' following: Fur governor, L. C. Bateman,
Searsmont; for electors at large, D. R. Clark,
ol ' of Bangor; W. H. Harris, of Auburn;
' delegates at large at the national conven
' tion, J. B. Swan, of Camden; O. W. Boole,
| of Livermore ; William Hobbs, of Milo;
t< | L. Walker, of Biddeford; J. E. Champion,
of Portland ; William F. Harris, of Auburn,
; and Henry Betts, of Ellsworth.
l*co|,ie'« I'sily.
Michigan Favors Cleveland.
Muskegon, May 4 —The Democratic state
convention to elect delegates to Chicago
w ju be unanimously in favor of the uom
, natios of Orov er Cleveland. Nine-tenths
of the delegates are on the ground and there
fa not B Hm mBlf . alni(Ug them . All of
it twelve congressional district delegations
will each elect two delegates to Chicago,
who will shout for Cleveland first. last and
at all times. Don M. Dickinson will bead
the delegates at large.
but
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For Lincoln nnd Ruik.
Washington, May 4.—A conference
Republican leaders will be held in this city
this week in order to carefully review
political situation. Among those who will
be at the conference will be Senators Quay,
Teller, Wolcott and Washburn, ex-Speaket
Sib- ! Reed and others. A gentleman who is
and participate in tbe conference said that it
been practically decided to unite on Miuistei
arc Lincoln with Mr. Rusk for the second place,
at
Blair Urged to Run.
Washington, May 4.—Ex-Senator Blaij
was waited upon by a delegation of ladies
representing various organizations, the
ject of their visit being to induce the
laid
senator to permit tbe ose of his name on
ol third party ticket, which, according to
ser delegation. Senator Stanford is to head.
Mr. Blair said he respected Stanford,
preferred to remain true to the Republican
party.
yeai
asso
ovei
were
Hill Delegat«« Named.
Middletown, Conn., May 4.—Captain
John Carroll, Registrar Thomas O'Connell,
, Judge E. Birdseye, Richard Davis, ox-Se
. lectmen 8. M. Bacon and Carlos Hale
[ elected delegates to the state convention
| the Democratic general caucus. The
the ing members of the delegation are Hill
have Judge Northrop, the leading Cleveland
Democrat of this place, was defeated,
Conference.
Birmingham. Ala., May 4. -Fifteen states
J were represented at the meeting of Alliance
re* presidents and executive committeemen
1 Lure. Prevailing sentiment was in favor
The Alliai
i
Ultra iKiriv action, bat those opposing it are
organizing their forces for a tight to the fin
ish. President Polk openly nays now that
all troe Alliance mou will vote for the full,
People's party ticket to be nominated at _
Omaho.
Delegate. In the Hall.
Cheyenne. Wyo., May 4.—The Republican
state convention which met in this city to
day ia unique in one respect in that it is the
first state convention ever held in which
women sit as delegates. There is a strong
probability, too, that one of the delegatee
chosen to the Minneapolis convention will
be a woman. At present it looks as though
instructions would be given for Harrison,
though they may be defeated.
W(
Folk ta Lead the Third Parly.
Washington, May 4,-Representative
Watson, of Georgia, has no sympathy with
the talk of placing Senator Teller at the
head of a third party preaidentiol ticket.
He say»:
"1 think Colonel L, L. Polk, president ol
the National Farmers' Alliance, will be oui
nominee for president, and ex-Représenta
tive Weaver, of Iowa, will be chosen vice
president."
Virginia Mi
Richmond, May 4.— Albemarle, claimed
as a Cleveland stronghold, gives II delegate*
pronounced for Hill, 5 for Cleveland and »
whose preferences are unknown. Madison
dtdegates are uuiustrncted and believed to
favor Hill. A resolution offered in the Wit
liamsbnrg meeting declaring that Cleveland
was the ebuiuu of the meeting was defeated.
fur Hill.
The Deni or cals' Tariff Plant.
Washington, May 4. The Démocratie
members of the house ways and means com
mittee had an informal discussion concern
ing tariff matters, but no change in the
plan adopted to present separate bilb
amending tbs present tariff law was made.
Mr. Stout, of Michigan, addressed the com
mittee in favor of free refined sugar.
Campbell's Presidential SUM Hunt.
W asuinoton, May 4.—The Post print*
tbe following: "Ex-Governor Campbell, ol
Ohio, did not decide until recently that he
would enter the presidential lists, but now
his campaign it being managed with cunsid
eruble secrecy and shrewdness, snd the poll
ticians at tbe capital who are in the secret
predict success for him."
Hlaine and McKinley 4'lieered.
Stockton, Cal.,May 4.—At the Republican
state convention to elect delegates to tbe
national convention Chairman Stump
evoked enthusiastic applause when he men
tinned tbe names of James G. Blaine and
William McKinley ns the leaders of the
party.
Grover Cleveland be nominated for the
presidency Don M. Dickinson, of Michigan
will be chosen chairman of the DemocrutU
national i-ommittee to succeed Calvin S,
Dir k i h sou May Kurcfnl llrlre.
Washington, May 4.— It is said that It
Brice,
For Cleveland und Hole«.
Milwaukee, May 4.—If the Wisconsin
Democrats could have tbe making of tbeh
national ticket it would be Cleveland and
Buies. This is tbe sentiment of today's
state convention.
-Ison Resolutions Defeated.
St. Lofts, May 4.—At the Eleventh con
gressiunal district Republican convention a
resolution to instruct the delegatee in favut
of Harrison was overwhelmingly defeated.
liai
Dr Arnaud Attacks Raum.
Washington. May 4 —Charles Alfred D«
Arnaud, whom Commissioner Kaum say*
endeavored to obtain a pension by repre
renting an Alfred Arnaud, teetifled at the
special pension office investigation. Hesaid
that General Kaum, liefere be became cum
misaioner of pensions, suggested to him tc
apply for atteusion. Tbe charge against
him emanated from a mistake of the wai
department in giving the witness tbe record
of another Arnaud. He submitted letter*
from Generals Grant and Fremont as to the
service ho had rendered. Witness related
the circumstances of his arrest in Jersey

City, which, he alleged, was instigated by
, Comniiseiouer Raum and was a blackmailing
scheme,
1
Electric Light I'latll Destroyed.
Pittsburg, May 4.— Early in the morn
ing a heavy electric storm passed over tbif
section. The Alleghany County Electric
Light company's works were struck by
lightning and seven dynamos burned ont.
J The plant was injured to tho extent ol
$7,000. Five hundred telephones wore
j burned ont and numerous building» were
| struck by lightning, but no loss of life ha*
yet been reported,
Meehauir« Meet.
Allentown, Pa,, May 4.—The forty-sixth
annual »xmventiou of the state council.
Order of United American Mechanics,
met here, over 3U0 representatives being
present. Tbe speech of welcome was made
by Mayor Lehr. Sixteen new councils were
formed daring the yew—five were organ
ized since Jan. 1. The total membership
*is 18,447, _
A merle:
Innocent Negroes Released.
Nashville, May 4.—When Henry Qri*
card and Epb Grizzard, who were arrested
and afterward lynched, charged with as
saultmg two white women, Juba Grizzard,
Mack Harper and Manuel Jones were also
arrested as accomplices It has been shown
that they did not participate in the crime
and have been released from jail.
I
Superintendent Fierce's Annual lleport
Albant, May 4.—Superintendent Pierce,
of tbe state insurance department, lias issued
his annual report. Tbe gross assets of Ufa
insurance companies were $810,402,851.92, as
increase of $V)(. 174,002.58 over previous year.
New York state companies have $489,018,
UTl.fib, an increase of $44,816,391.10.
No One Poisoned Orme.
London, May 4.—Loeffier, the dentist,
who was called to attend Orme, maintain*
that a bad tooth is the sole cause of the
horse's illness. He says that Orme s tongut
grazed the rough edges of the tooth until
became torn and poisoned.
Named by General Gregg.
Harrisburg, May 4.—Auditor General
elect General Gregg has appointed Captain
Peter D. Bricker corporation clerk in place
of Colonel John A. Glenn, whose reappoint
ment was so strongly urged by tbe tneuda
of Senator Quay.
Contract Laborers Returned.
Washington, May 4.— Contract laborer*
were deported from the United States
Tuesday as follows; Buffalo, eight: Ogdens
burg, two; Suspension Bridge, two; New
York city, six.
Three Hundred Men Out.
Newark, N. J., May 4.—The Stonecut
ter»' union has declared a strike and 300 men
are ont because the bosses will not dis
| charge tbe nachiue men and employ stone
I cutters.
Baron Blanc SllCS His Wife for
WAR TO THE KNIFE NOW
Divorce.
SHE WANTS HEB MONEY RETURNED
Lively Development, in the Domestic
Affairs of Till. Notorious Co
pie.
it reiver Yueiigliiig'a Son Fred Named
a. Corespondent by the liushand.
Nxw Yohk, May 4.—All hope of reconcil
iation between the Buren and Bareness
Blanc ban been cast to th« winds, and it is
now a case of war to the knife between the
noble pair. The decisive step was takes
when the twrou, stung to fury by the hu
miliation of lieiug ton ed to admit under
oath that he had employed detectives to
dog his wife, publicly advert mod that be
would nut bo responsible for debts con
tracted by her. The baron's rage waa noth
ing compared to the wrath of his consort.
She had already ordered the baron to leave
her apartments, and she final her heaviest
broadside by placing the sheriff in posses
sion of the olfiee of the Litofnge Manufac
turing Company at H2 John street, of which
the baron is president, in satisfaction of a
judgment held by her for $40.511.01.
Nurd fur Uiforrr,
The baron bud already trained hia butter
ies in antuqmlion of thm move, and within
hour he fired a return salvo In the shape
a summons and complaint in a salt fur
divorce, in which Fred Vuengllng, the son
and heir of i 'hartes Ynengling, the wealthy
brewer, is mentioned as i'ores|>oudeut.
"I have Wen forced to take this step,'
said he, "because 1 could no longer close
my eyes to what was going on. Yes, I
caused detectives to watch my wifo and I
am in possession of all t in. evidence neces
sary to criminate her and Mr Ynengling."
The baron«* says: "The charge my hus
band makes against my honor is infamously
false, and well he knows it. Mr. Ynengling
lias licen an intimate friend of my hus'.mnd
and myself and nothing more. My hu»
band has forced me to defend myself, and
much as 1 regret it 1 will make revelations
that will cover him with shame. The money
represented by the judgment I foreclosed
was all loaned by me to keep Inn company
afloat, and this I can prove by my own per
sonal checks. He has never contributed to
my support. His attention to other women
bus Wen a matter of notoriety."
ADJOURNED SEVERAL MONTHS.
Tlie Connecticut House Will Not. Meet
Again Until Nepcemlter.
Hartford. May 4, - The house of repre
sentatives met at a few minutes past I p m.
after a recess of nearly three months. A
few appropriations for contingent exiienses
were passed, and a constitutional amend
ment was offered by Mr Healey, of Wind
sor Locks, substituting plurality for
jority wherever tie- latter word occurs in
tbe constitution. An attempt was also
made to put the bill immediately on its pas
sage, lint the ho us» re (erred it to the com
mittee on constitutional amendments.
Mr. Tuttle, of New Haven, moved that
the house adjourn to Sept. 37 at I p. m. Mr.
Wolf, of Avon, wanted to substitute the
first Tnewlsy after the first Monday in No
vember.

Mr. Callahan moved that the
bouse adjourn tine die The choir mied
that the motion of Mr. Wolf took prece
dence and put bis amendment whs h waa
voted down. Then the motion of Mr. Tut
tle WOK put and earned—138 to 83.
Did Hamilton KOI Her?
Ft.f him mi. L. 1., May 4.—Mrs. Annie Ham
ilton, of Flushing, L. I., the colored woman
who is believed to have been mnrdered by
her husband in Winfield, has been tinned.
Tbe character of James Hamilton, the col
ored lay preacher of Flushing, now in jail
charged with tbe murder, sceina to be a
strange combination of voodoo superstition,
Christian sentiment and licentiousness, and
bis mind appears to have been dwelling on.
drugs and poisons fur a long time.
Hui» to tho Ru»«i i
Washinuton, May 4,- Governor John W.
Hoyt, chairman of the Russian famine re
lief committee of the United States, desire»
that tbe public be reminded that the func
tion of this committee is simply to stimulate
contributions, nut to receive .nut disburse
funds. He suggests that money contribu
tions be sent to the American National Red
Cross at Washington.
Fell Out of lied to Her Death.
Newark, N. J., May 4.— Harriot Short,
aged about three years, waa lying in a bed
beeide a window on the third Hour at he*
home, Wt Paotrtc street. The shutters were
either blown open or poshed open and she
rolled out of tbe window Her bead struck
a picket fence and she waa killed, the point
of the picket having been forced into bet
brain.
G««r|f W. Child« «I CI» Iras;«».
Chicago,' May 4. George W Childs, the
noted philanthropist and editor of the
Philadelphia loslger, is here on his way to
Colorado Springs fur the dedication of the
Childs-Drexel Home for Union Printers.
Mr. Cbikls was escorted to Tho Herald office
immediately upon his arrival and made aa
address to the assembled printers.
It Wm » Ücri««« Wreck.
Pittsburg, May 4.—The limited express
on tbe Pittsburg, Cincinnati, Chicago and
St. Louis railroad struck a freight tram at
Scio station, Pa. Robert Bncbanan. en
gineer, was killed, three tramps were fatal
ly injured and five passengers were badly
hurt. _
To Row
Washington, May 4.— Oscar P. Schmidt,
of Washington, secretary of the National
Association of Amateur Oarsmen, announce#
that tbe annual regatta wilt be held on July
28 and 27 at Saratoga lake, near Saratoga,
Springs, N. Y.
Saratoga Lake.
W'hera Is Ward T
Putnam, Conn., May 4.— Ferdinand Ward
bos mysteriously disappeared from here.
He left Monday with Hotel Keeper Chapin
and his destination is unknown, lie left
bis sun behind him.
Detective Hall Indicted.
Bklviderk. N. J., May 4.—The grand
jury at Belvidere indicted Detective Hull,
of Philadelphia, for kidnaping NeUie Hem
per, daughter of Professor Hemper, of the
Belvidere academy.
To l*ro«t-rul 0 th« Cordaff« Trust.
New York, May 4.—The United State*
government is about to institute legal pro
ceedings under the Sherman anti-trust law
against the National Cordage company
A Mexican Jurist Dead.
City or Mexico, May 4 —Générai Miguel
Auza, judge of the supreme court, is dead.

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