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Thfl EVENING JOURNAL th(»| lire »cvnrtiser's medium, dr-1 OQlsten tmonj? the masses, a r y The EVENING JOURNAL has the largest bona fide circula tion in the state. V V A $T\ À. 'J ONE CENT WILMINGTON, DEL., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1894. SEVENTH YEAR. _HF.LP WANTED._ \\ iNTED If you an a Catholic, unem m ployed, and will work for $18 per weeK, write Macl ounell Bros., 11 Franklin street, Boston, M .*vhh.__ S ALESMEN—Every county. Salary or rom mlsidon. Noesperienoe. New Tend Hid gives unlimited profits. Active men apply quickly stating »alary and territory wanieu. Maw pita CTtrwua, Box 6308, Boston. Q ALI SMBN to sell Baking O put our goods in Glass Bolling Pins, month and expenses, or commission. Chicago Baking Powder Co.TtJT Van Boren St.. Chicago Wo 5" BOARD AMD BOOM»« r ANTED — LODGERS FOR, NICELY 1th or without board. W furnished rooms Apply at 31.7 Wett Fl 1 1 h stree t._ ANTED — GKVTLEMÏN BOARDERS. Good acconikiodaUoi s. Apply #30 Jef ferson street. _. w ES1HAHL.K ROOMS Mil'll BOARD. 10Î Ea st Eighth s treet._ DABBING- FOR GENTLEMEN ONLY' Apply 30Î West Fourth street. ANTED—BOARDER», GOOD ALCuM modatlone. No. 40B East Fourth street. 1) B w TOB BALE. 1,'OR SALE~OR~RERT.— RARHËR SHOP l 1 situated at No. 232 Madison street. Apply K. Fe JAM ISDN, N. VV.Cor.4lh anti Jefferson XpOH HALE — PILE LhIVING tNGiNK X 1 and hammer. Apply 1(0 Maryland Avh. POLITICAL. SJoTÎSe^T MEETING OF THE WIL X^( mint'ton Hundred Democratic Ash.i.Ia lion will be held at No. 812 Market cireet. Tlnintday evening, hootember 27ih, at. 8 o'clock. A good attendance 1 b desired, as business or Importance will be transacted. VICTOR B. WOliLLaY, Chairman, JOHN Hül'GHM AN, decretal) . _PERSON AI . EN'd CLOTHING CLEANED AND RE paired a«, KING'S 615 Orange street. M BUSINESS OABU8._ ABIES' COATS ALTERED AND RE j pair* -I nr KING'S. Kl-'i < «reiis-i! Mr.. . st r. brewing qqmfamt. rot TLKRH AND RR EWKl.S._ N otice.- k. lews confidential LOAN OFFICE, ««oms i onu 6, Exchange molding, coruer Seventh ar.d Market streets, AUV A.NCKS MONEY ON PERSONAL PROPERTY' of all descriptions at low rates of Internet, buys and svlU WATCHK-. DIAMONDS AND ALL KINDS OF JEWELRY. Privat« consultation room attached. Open evening until ö o'clock. Also furniture Rtorod at lowest rates. I H _cape mat, n. j. Bea Breeze Excursion House, Under new management, every thing new. Restaurant first class. Large dining-room, Regular dinners and hot lunch any lime in the day Dinners 50 cents. Formerij on Washing ton street. J. F. 1»QWELL, Proprietor. THE (J UAL FONTE. Under new management; appointments first Close. Special rates for season. C. YV. COX. CRUSHED BENEATH CAR WHEELS. Little Mary Doran Was Cnntclons and Asked to Be Taken Out. CnKSTKit, Pa., Sept. IS —The braised and mangled body of 4 year old Mary Doran was taken from under the wheels of a trolley ear last night. The little one was struck as she was crossing the street with her sister. A wheel of the car ran the entire length of one leg, croaking the bones. Tbe little one was conscious and cried (or some one to take her out. the car could be lifted off the track. The child's injuries will prove fatal. New Officers to Be Inktalted. The officers of the various local lodges T. O. Odd Fellows will be installed by Deputy Grand Master Robert M. Burns, the following dites: Washington Lodge, September 35; Asylum Lodge, September 37 ; btsr Bethel Lodge, Sep tomber 39, Delaware Lodge, October 1; Hope Lodge, October 3; Eden Lodge, October 4; Fairfax Lodge. Octobers-, Mechanic's Lodge, October G ; Hermann Lodge, October 8; Naomi Lodge, Daugh ters of Rebecca, October 10; Jefferson Lodge, October 11; Columbia Lodge, October 13.__ The Stockton Delayed By an Accident. When the passenger steamboat Rich ard Stockton was about to altam down the river yesterday to her winter quar ters at the Harlan and Hollingsworth Company's, this city, her machinery be • came deranged, and the vessel will obliged to remain Jn Philadelphia for re pairs or be towed to her destination. Enroll Now for the Night Session«, beginning October 1st,; of Goldey Commercial and Shorthand College. Electric Carpet Cleaning Works Phone. 731, 409 Orange street, charge for taking up carpets. Conway & Reinbart, managers. It was several minutes before on The Weather. In the Middle Rute» »nd New England day (air weather and light to fresh variable winds will prevail, with nearly stationary, followed by slowly falling temperature. Wednesday in both of these sections, fair ami c*X)ler weather ami light westerly and eontwhesterly winds will prevail, possibly with frosts In the lake region, and or. Imirs ilay fair weather, with slight temperature changes. New York Herald Weather Forecast«.— The "cool wave," reported in (he northwest yesterday, accompanied by killing frost northern North Dakota, will move eastward to the Mleghantea t>»-day, aud will fdlithtly felt, In this section. A depression it* rear will move slowly toward the likes, and will ba accompanied by a rise of tem perature. Another depression un the will move northeastwardly, accompanied rain. ________________ CITY NEWS IN BRIEF. —Officer Eakln was notified on Sunday a «log at No. ;4i« Walnut »tmet wa» acting »•rangeiy. anil it was thought he was mud. The officer shot him. —The charges that a ging of young who use the Brandywine Park lluren street entrance fur card playing being Investigated, and arrests may he made. —Kesldents on »tre-1» lu the outlying wards of the city have eorapUim'd of noise mailo by hack patties blowing horns and ringing bel's late at night. The mayor threatens to stop tho use of the»e instru ments on the streets If the nuisance is abated. —The pilot boat Ehe W. Tunnel! has hfuiled up on thu dry dock at the .Harlan Hollingsworth Company's. —At the South Side wharves of tho Warner Company the large Eastern »ehooner Daisy Farlin is discharging a cargo of Maine ice. —Desks for twenty-six more boys been placed in No. 4 school, and » ne w| saw has been added to ihe Manual Training School shop.at ihe Boys' High School. —The Woman's Home Missionary Socletyfof Spworlb M E. Church will hold its annual meeting this evening at the residence of Krause, southeast corner of Eighth ►pruce rtreets. The officers for the ensuing year will be elected. —John R. Klttenhoufe has been appointed letter-carrier to till the vacancy caused the discharge of William A McShea. —The aloop "Three Brothers" arrived Shipley street wharf to-day with a cargo furniture. Government engineers have begun along the lower part of the Brandy wine, ing surveys looking toward the proposed provement of the Christiana, near t ire 18 THE FILL HiPKETS. Vegetables for I'lchling »ml Finit, for Preserving Are ri.ntlful To-cluy and Will Sell Rapidly To-morrow—Kaatern Apples Arriving. To morrow's markets will be very brisk from the fact that nearly every Wilmington matron will spend this week in the midst of preserving and pickling jars, iajiug up and storing away the winter supply of table delicacies. Oae of the most popular dishes during the winter is chow chow, and for this the smallest cucumbers, onions, peppers, beans, corn and other vegetables ate necessary. Little encumbers are more plentiful this afternoon In the Madi son street market, and sell there for 10 cents the hundred Diminutive onions, very little larger than grapes, sell for 35 cents a quart. Poppers are In demand at 10 cants a dozen, while beans and corn are in fair abundance at the usual prices. Fruits will be very plentiful to-mor row and Concord grapes have reached the low price of 15 cents a basket. Del awares, the luscious little red grapes, are worth 18 cents a basket. In abundance, rips pears rank next. Bart latt and Pieckel pears, the very beat and ripest, sell for 15 cents a quarter peck, or »1 a basket. Peuohcs are now selling for 18 and 35 cents a quarter peck Canadian apples have appeared in tbe markets and Maine apples will begin to come in to morrow at a lively rate. At all commission houses this class of fruit is now received from cold storage and tbe apples remain bright and firm when exposed for sale. Duchess and Pippin apples sold rapidly to day for $3 a barrel. Among other produce which is offered in abundance this afternoon are guages, which sell for SO, S3 and 35 cents a basket; Missouri celery 5 cents a stalk; 'sweet potatoes, 13 and 8 cents a half peck ; egg plants, 5 cents apiece; plums, 35 cents a basket. OF MORE VALUE THAN Ä CRUISE. Recommendations From Wathlngtou for Naval Militia to Practice tUarreuvre. for the Defense of the Delaware River and Bay. A dispatch from Washington in com mending tbe Pennsylvania Naval Militia said: "New emphasis is given to previous statements o£ the great possibilities ahead of the Pennsylvania Naval Militia, in an official report ar.d criticism of the recent cruise of the Pennsylvania Naval Battalions on board the ernlter N*-w York. The report emanates from Lieu tenant Commander E D. F. Heald and Lieutenants John F. Parker and R. B. Dasbiell, tbo board which inspected tbe naval novices daring tho cruise which began on August 9. "As the defense of Delaware bay must be regarded as of prime importance, tue development of an efficient naval militia in the States of Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware becomes practically a national question as well as a state necessity. The defense of the osy and rivtr is their objective, and their operations would bardly extend beyond the Capes. They should,tberefore.arqnire tbe knowledge necessary for bundling the vessels and weapons suitable for river operations rather than for the high sea. To this end it wonld seem that exercise in light-draft gunboats, impro vised terpedo-boite, boat service, the planting of mine fields, etc., would of more vaine than an annual cruise In large sea-going ship " be East Daver Republicans Organize, Special Correspondence Evening Journal. Dover, Sept. 18.—The Republicans Eist Dover hundred met for orgaulza tion in Coliison's Hail last evening and elected the following officers: President, William T. Smitbers; vice presidents, John B. ' Wharton. William O. Peck A. Watson; secretary, William by Bcniah A. and William Denney ; treasurer, After remarks Conwell. Watson and James Peuniwell npou death of Hon. A. B. Richardson, club adjourned out of respect to memory of the deceased. A Part of the Property Recovered. Y'estcrday Samuel Finley, proprietor of tbe Gibson House, weut to Pbiitdel phiu aud Identified a gold wa*ch and chain, a part of tbe property »toleu from bis bouse recently. The articles bad been pledged ia a pawn shop in that city. '1 he thief, however, has not been captured, although the police have clues which may lead to his apprehen sion. The thief registered at the hotel, for supper, and while tbe family were eating, worked the bonse. Police Commlfiiion Meeting. The only business transacted at Police Commission meeting iast night the submission of the honse-sergeant's weekly report in which it was stated that $197 60 in fines bad been collected. Twenty prisoners were committed to Castle jail, sixteen of whom were while males; three colored males and colored fe male, _ He Will Sell It Very Cticup. Registry Clerk Mabion Betts, of City Engineering and Surveying Depart meut, is carefully nursing a boll which has preempted tho index finger of right band. Mr Batts will dispose of prize at reasonable terms to any one search of a fiue bail. No to On In be in by menj »re the not been and have Jig Mrs. and by at of work mak im Leg Hart In the Elevator. Yesterday afternoon, while working F Blumentbal & Co's morocco factory, a boy by tbe name of Gray, living at 303 Adams street, had his leg hurt getting it caught in the elevator. was taken home in a carriage. To bis leg is much better. Van O'BoarKVs Keslsn»'* 0 " Asked For. Secretary Carlisle to day asked for resignation of Jeremiah N. J., super of tbe Treasury, immediate O'Rourke, of Newark, architect vising Department. Mr O'Rourke was In city several weeks ago inspecting Federal Building, and had been new several times before. Company A Klect« Officer«. The officers of newly-organized pany A, N G. D , were elected evening. Charles M Stevenson elected captain; L. H. VanDyke Bootes, first lieutenant, and E. D. 0. Bsyne, second lieutenant. Fall Derby U»ts. AH the leading Fall styles are now stork at Ross's, 310 Market street, selling at prices guaranteed the lowest In city. Also a choice selection of neckwear at 25 and 50 cents. HREE YEARS FOR LEVI The Negro Bayard Sent Over for Horse Stealing. CANDIDATES FOR ''OAT" AND iPOST Max fielst la Missing and HU Ball Hood Ha« Bf«n Forfeited—Max Itenkeldorf Acquitted of Stealing » Watch—Hand Did Not Burn III« Itrotliei '« I trn In tho Court of General Sessions yes terday afternoon Charles C. A Hand was acquitted of having burned a barn in Brandywine hundred belonging to his brother. The case occupied pvt of tbe morning session and was resumed in the afternoon. George Lodge, attorney for the pris oner, asked the court to instruct the jury to acquit Hand as tbe state bad put In no evidence to show that tho barn was burned by criminal act and It might hare be?n burned by accident. The motion was denied on the ground that the question as to the criminality of tbe act was one (or the jury to decide. Mr, Lodge then called Mrs Mary Csm* eron and 10-year-old Goldie Cameron, sister and niece of the prisoner. Their testimony weut to set up au alibi for the prisoner. Judge Cullen charged the jury and al 4 30 o'clock it retired, returning a few minutes later, with a verdict of uot guilty. Hand walked out of court with a look of contentment on his face. James Pryor, colored, Indicted for sell iug liquor without « license, pleaded guilty and was fined $50 and costs. When William Johnson, Max Bengel and IV. D. Benton, indicted for larceny, were arraigned, they pleaded not guilty. immediately after court reconvened this morning the civi! list for Neptombor was taken np. The case of Martin C, Huber vs. the Jackson and Sharp Com pany, was continued to the November term. That of Elmer Reve vs. the Wilmington City Railway Company, was reported in process of settlement. Joseph G. Linosay vs. the Wilmington City Railway Company was continued to tbe November term The case of Joseph B Walsh's administrator vs. the B & P. Railroad Company, was continued to tbe November term, as that of Louis Frankel vs. James S Melvin la the latter cate John Biggs had his name stricken from the record as counsel for Melvin. The oa'e of Ham all Wheatley vs. the P , W. & B. Railroad Company was carried over to November 13. The case of the Phila delphia Warehouse Company vs. Pierce Gould, sheriff, was set for next Thurs day. That of tho Parvis and Williams Company vs. Martha 0. Roberta, was discontinued. On motion of H. H. Ward, Medford H. Gaboon, late of tbe Missouri bar, was admikttd to practice iu tho Delaware courts. The civil suit of Thomas L. Graham, formerly priociprl of the Wilmington High School, vs the Board of Education, for salary alleged to be dne. was, motion of Edward O Bradford, referred the referees to be selected by counsel. Charles Wilson pleaded guilty carrying concraled a deadly weapon and was sentenced to pay a fine of $3 or imprisoned for ten days. Two Months for Johnson. William Johnson, colored, who pleaded not guilty tbe charge of stealing from Helen Jackson, withdrew his plea through E R. Cochran, Jr., his counsel, and en tend one of guilty. The court sentenced him to pay $8 restitution money, whipped with ten lashes and be im prisoned for two months. Over Three Year» for Bayard, Levi Biyard, a young colored man, pleaded guilty to stealing a buggy and robo belonging to Samuel H. Collins, and a ware from Robert H. Armstrong In passing sentence Chief Justice Lore said : "While the rouit will make your sentence lighter iu consideration of year plea we mean to break up this horse stealing if we can." For stealing the buegy and Isprobethe prisoner was sentenced to pay $78 res'.l tution money, be whippi d with ten lasbee and imprisoned for three months. for stealing toe horse that he tho heaviest dose. He was ordered pay $150 restitution money, $300 fiue, stand one hour iu the pillory, ba whipped with twenty lashes and remain in jail three years Max Geist, indicted for receiving stolen goods, was reported missing his counsel, William Ï, Lynam, and recognizance is declared forfeited, surety is Philip Plunkett. On applies tion of the attorney general a capias issued for Geist, returnable at the vember term. A jury was drawn to try Max Benkel dorf for stealing a watch and chain from John Rossling A number of witnesses were examined and the jury brought iu verdict of not gully. The attorney-general entered a cf nolle prosequi against him, in another case James Kelley, colored, of Newport, charged with carrying concealed a deadly weapon, pleaded u t guilty. A jury drawn and Christopher L. Ward ducted the prosecution Turnkey Little testified that be found a razor ou the prltoner » hen searching him at the City Hall. The prisoner was oworn He said the rtztr was given to him by Albert Wells, and bo brought it to town to honed. Ho was on his way to the depot when arrested by an officer on the charge of drunkenness Mr. Wells was called and corroborated the prisoner's testimony Mr. Ward called Csptaln Chambers, whose testimony went to Impeach of Wells, inasmuch that Wells identified tbe wrong razor when at the City The jury was sent out without'either argument or charge. In twenty mlnu'ns it returned a verdict of guilty. While mining the razor the foreman of jury cut his finger. The court sentenced Kelley to pay a fine of $25, costs and imprisoned for one mouth The grand jury returned true bills the prisoners were arraigned and pleaded as follows; Joseph Davis larceny of a pair spectacles property of Mrs Martha Brown, pleaded guilty. ' Jacob Sock murdetons assault Mrs. Peter Toik-1, not gai t'. Ho be represented by William T. Lynam. Charles Firtcher, larceny cf tug fr Tern pel anen Webster. pleaded notguii'y. He had no counsel. When asked foi.the a was also and Sens - be a of the the the yet the was one the his bis in at No by He day tbe this the here i \ - Com last was in the Fsll names of his witnesses he said ho could not think of their name?. William Andrews, aconsed of larceny and against whom a true bill was found, was not arraigned. BADLY WOUNDED AT HIS WORK. Apprentice »1 the .laehsan and Sharp Company's Wnrks Itecelves a Hash In His Abdomen Which May Ituln Him. About 8 o'clock this morning (leorge Russell, an apprentice In tho Jackson and 8harp Company's works, and son of George Russell, of No. 738 South Harri son street, received injuries which are very dangerous and will require the greatest attention for several weeks, if the young man esn survive. Russell resnnud his regular duties this morning by starting to grind a planer bit on an emory whtel. Becoming either too much or not enough engrossed in bis work for tho moment, be lost his balance and tho sharpened instrument Hew into bis abdomen. Inches long and almost as deep was made in his stomach and be nearly lost con sciousness on the spot. Fellow workmen hurriedly carried him to the pharmacy of Dr. II M. Frist. After attending to the man's Injuries, Dr. Frist took him borne lu a cab. Un less blood poisoning sets in, it is under stood, there is no reason for fearing the consequences as the wound was attended to by the physician before the blood had yet bad time to cease flawing. COMMANDERY KNIGHTS OF MALTA on to be be It got to for by his was No a plea was con that H, be A Building Ordered Razed. Building Inspector Dohl, after an In »pect ion of the four story brick building on the southeast corner of Seventh and that Market streets, owned by the Knights of the Golden Eagle, bas decided that it Hall, in an unsafe condition and has ordered torn down witbl r twelve working days, The agents of tbe property were so noth Bed yesterday. It was expected that an the appeal from this order would be made, on the grounds that the iusp-.ctor bar no be authority for his act but up to the hour of going to press such appeal had cot and been filed Klhlb!t «,... Horrlbt.E.ample. . of Officer Marr, of the police force, has valuable Mexican dog, which, no matter how high tbe tariff on natural hair may upon go. need Gar nothing, as there is uot will vestige of c«pillary substance on his little body It is said a Phils- «dpi m bair restorer manufacturer has off."red Urge turn for tbe "pnrp" to be used for experimental purpose», A gash two and one half lestil'ilcI Last Evening and the New Utlli-ers I («stalled—A Banquet Follows. The Grand Caaimaudery, Knights of Malta. State of Delaware, was instituted last evening iu Eden Hall, tbe following supreme officers being present : Supreme Commander N. J. Pugh, M. D . Pitts burg: Supreme Captain-General J. H. Earl. Cleveland, O. ; Supreme Prelate Charles McClintock, Philadelphia ; Su preme Recorder Frank Gray. Chester ; Supreme Instructor George H. Pierce, Deputy Commanders A..B Jones, David Beatty, Philadelphia. Tbe cUlcers of tbe new commandery installed were: Past grand commander, Robert Keenan ; grand commander, H. U. McMullen; grand Issimo, Frank Stone; grand captain-general, J. P. Green; grand prelate, Samuel Spencer ; graudVecoider.W. Bowens; grand treas urer, J. T. Milllken; grand senior warden, Andrew Moore; grand junior warden, H. G. Albright; grand »word bearer, Mo es B Buliock ; grand warden, T. C. Cook; grand first guard. J. W. Alexander; grand secretary, 8. B. Mor rell ; grand sentinel, William Bullock. A bacqnet followed the exercises. The order numbers about 800 members in Wilmington fl REPAIRING THE MEXICANA. This Big Steamship Being Ovcthanled In the Hiver et the Christian»'. Month. All the repair work that will be done in Wilmington to the British steamship Mexicans has been commenced and is being hurried through with at the mouth of the Christiana, in the Delaware river. Thu well-known Christiana tug Emily cirries the force of workmen to and from the Harlan and Hollingsworth shipyard, where tbs Mexicans was to have proceeded yesterday. Riveting, repairing and painting are now being done on the ocean vessel and tbe forces will begin tbe work of painting her, In side and out, to day. It is an extraor dlnary event for a big vessel to be overhauled at tho mouth of the Wil mington creek. Tbe steamer, which Is commsndel by Captain J. Cnmmlngs. baa been lying in the Delaware river, near tbe mouth of the Christiana, for a week. She cleared coastwise for Philadelphia, to day. She flies the British flag, but ia owned by the Standard Oil Compauy and raus regularly between Philadelphia and Vera Cruz, cirryog crude and refined petroleum. She left to day for Point Breeze, where she will take o$i a cargo. Meeting of the Historie»! Harlttly, Chief Justice Lore presided at the meeting of the Delaware Historical So ciety last night. There were elxteen members present. At the suggestion of tho president It was decided to ask Dr. 1). L Mustard,of Lewes, to write a paper on the history of that quaint old town. The librarian announced that donations re ceived during tbe summer amounted to forty three pamphlets, seventeen boohs and four maps. A number of magazines were contributed by Bishop Cole man, and Betts. that an article on tbe twelve mile circle, written by Charles B. Palmer, be read before tbe society. It was so decided Howard D. Ross was made a member of tbe society. a book from Edward Pennock Posey Uis Lectures at the Commercial College, Dr. W. L S. Murray, of Dover, will deli vet the first of his soi les of lectures for this year on business ethics and other subjects, before the students of Goldey Wilmington Commercial and Shorthand College, in the College H«U. second floor of Institute Building, on to morrow afternoon at 1 15 o'clock. The the lecture will be Attain Etq , will the first of his series on subject of "Success and How to U " Henry C Conrad, deliver commercial law, on Tuesday afternoon next at tbo same hour aud place jeot, ' General Features of CammercItJ Professur William A. Reynolds, expert accountant, will begin his series at same hour aud place on ' Practical or Applied Bookkeeping," on Thursday Sep tember 37 Bub L*w. RUSHED THE GROWLER William Benson Cursed the Owner Two Dollars Worth. A WOMAN BEATER'S PUNISHMENT George Kopklnn Wa* Afraid of Tramp« and Uought a R«v»l*«t to Protect Him «elf - Ho Will Not Need It- Unfortunate Tippler« Holler. William Benson is tbe name of a colored man, who was In the Municipal Court, this moruiug, charged With dis orderly conduct. He had been employed on the Orange street sewer, but was taking a day off, at the time of tho com mission of the offense of which he was charged, and to which he pleaded guilty. He had strolled to tho corner of Fifth and Orange streets,and was looking at bis erstwhile companions laboring, when one of them asked him to go and get him some beer. He took a tin pall belonging to one of the workmen and got it full. While he was gone the owner made a search for his property, and as Banarm returned demanded II. considerable profanity and made quite a disturbauce. Bali lined him $3 amkacsts, George Hopkins, colore I, who claims to live near Middletown, was arraigned, charged with carrying, conceal« d, a deadly weapon, iu tbe shape of a five chambered levolver of the kill at-forty Inches brand. Ho said that bo came to Wilmington yesterday. He bad bee" molested by tramps, who, he said, were thick In bis section, and It occurred to him advisable to secure some proteollou against molestation from thorn in the future. In a Jew shop ou tho coast he found a bargain In the revolver, and bought it. He was just thinking of returuiug home when the otlioer tisbbod him His case was sent to the grand jury and, In default of $100 bail, ho was locked up. July 18, last, Jacob Saudors, colored, called on Annie Murray, also colored, who lived In Milners Court, and de mauded a crut be htd left In her bouse. Hliu declined to give it to him quickly enongb and he gave her a thumping A warrant was sworn out but ho succeeded In evading tbe cfllcora end fled t.o Phils dolpbia. Yesterda and was arrested was fined $10 and costs. Peter Turnover, a Jew rag gatherer, was iu court a few days ago au the com plainant against a colored woman for robbing him of $3. Last night be got drunk and lauded within reach of the police scoop net. This morning he was fined $3 or thlity days, and took the latter. Benjamin Sewell, George D. Crossan, Patrick Iv.lvey and John Duffy, the lest with a badly discolored optic, owned up to having been drunk, end were each sent to New Castle in default of $1 end costs. is it a a ia a Honson used Judge lie was arrested. y be showed up hero He pleaded guilty and THE CITY'S WHITE ELEPHANT. M.fnr NhmlllOge N«*t Murprl.ed at the U«>inml.«lon Not Taking Action on Kirk wood Furk. The Park Commission took another look over Kirkwood Park, yesterday afternoon. There present were: Mayor Sbortiidgo, President Otuby, City Council man Dannenberg, William P. Bancroft and City Fuglmer Wilsen. U was tbo opinion of Mr, Cauby that If tbe hollows were filled In and grass seed sowed, tbe park could be put In good condition The mayor fazored plowing, a dressing of lime, sowing grass seed and a good rolling. Ha put a motion to that effect and it was carried, although Mr. Canby stated that at tbe next meeting he should more a reconsideration, as be was aware that a majority of tbe commission was opposed to plowing Mayor Bhortiidge said he was not surprised at the masterly inactivity shown, as he had uot expected anything else. Thrown From a Wagon «ml Hurt. A team driven by a man by the name of Tyson,' collided with a post at the corner of Seventh and Jtflarson streete yesttrday. The shSck threw John Reese, who was riding in the wagon, to tbo pavement, Inflicting a severe scalp wound. Dr. Cooper attended him and sewed np the ent. The shaft of the wagon was broken, but the horse was not Injured^_ LUINGc.UC.lJ I U UVVilNö. Coloi\ol litcokiiiriiige Will Not K an M an 1 ii<l«*pcmiriiU Lexington, Ky., Sopt. 18. —Everything Is quiet, the nomination of Owens being conceded. U was, however, a more excit ing day than any of tho preceding week. When tho Owens mon claimed the nomi nation by n decisive plurality Saturday night, the Breckinridge men stooii pat. Sunday they worked harder than ever. Monday it became known that their rep resentatives had been dispatched into dif ferent parts of tho district to get all evi dence with a view of «ontostliig tho nom Inatlon before tho Democratic congression al district committee, which meets Frankfort noxt Saturday and which is tho returning board that makes tho official count and declaration us to who la the nominee. It was promptly announced that four members of the district committee would make a minority report Saturday und ap pe.il to the Democrats. This mount that Owens and Breckinridge would both candidates and light to a finish In Novem ber. Meantime tho Republicans, who hold their convention here Sept. 3d, gan to regard their unnamed nominee tho favorite, and there was much excite ment. Tho tide was turned in tho afternoon, when B. .1 Welsh, tho committeeman from Breckinridge's heme and onu of strongest supporters, announced that would never vote to go liutiliid tho returns when the committee mot at Frankfort. As tills would leave the committee a tie, or live to llvo, in any event, and as other Breckinridge men on the district commit tee who hud stood by him to tho last were not dispofbd to go iiehlml tho returns, old guard of tho sliver tongued orator gave up tiio struggle. They will not, how ever. concede the plurality of 63d, which tho Owens men claim from complote turns. It is not likely that there will any more agitation. Colonel Breckinridge will servo till next March. Gkohuktown, Ky., Sopt 18. — Desha Breckinridge and several of his friends weut before tho, county committee made a protest against every precinct tho eonuty. Tho oommltteu refused to cept or consider tho protest. RETURNING EXPLORERS. ■ Part of l.lrtilennut Ivory'. Expedition Salti New Vork. F« ST. John's, X. K., Sept 18.—The to turning members of the Peary expedition continued their voyage, to Philadelphia bj the whaler Falcon, which is expected tr arrlvo thon» Sept. 33 or 31. The member« of tho expedition received an enthusiastic Eomloff. Tho wharves wore crowded with citizens, who gave tlin Falcon thro« hearty cheers after wishing all a safe and speedy voyage. Tho Falcon was gay with bunting, which included all tho oiticlal Hags and college colors. As tho Falcon steamed away a salute ol a number of guns was tired by an en thusiastic townsman, ami the British war ship Buzzard tllfpod her colors as a part lug salute. During tho Falcon's stay hero tho oflicers of tho Blizzard hav« entertained many members of tho expudl tion. Tho Messrs. Chamberlain and Brldg man did not sail (or Philadelphia on board tho Falcon. They loft today foi Now York on tho sailboat bound-far Hali fax and New York, Tho Falcon has been engaged to gc north again noxt year, and thoro Is talk also of an Independent expedition north to ho composed of some of tho memhors ol tho party now bound (or Phlaldolphta. BIG ARMY SHAKEUP. A Complete ShiftIng of Thon«nnd« of Sol* dien. Wasujeiiton, Sept. 18.—Tho swooping reassignment older from tho war depart ment *o anxiously awaited by army men throughout tho country has been made pilhllo. It Is tho most complote shifting of Undo Sam's 36,non regular.-« that Im« ever takon place within tho memory ol living o til core. It abandons tho following posts: Fort Wood, Liberty Island, New Y'ork harbor; Fort Ontario, Oswogo, N. Y'.; Newport barracks, Kentucky; flaunt Vornon bar rockst Alabama: Fort Maoklnao; Mlchl gun; Camp Pilot, Butta, Mon.; Fort Howie, Arizona; Han Carlos, Arizona; Fort Marcy, New Mexico; Fort McKin ney. Wyoming, and Fort Supply. Uklu boom. Tbo regiments that are to be brought cast in whole or In part are the Third and Sixth cavalry, tho Thirteenth and Seven teenth Infantry, and tho whole Twentieth Infantry takes station at Fort Leaven worth. All thoso commands have been serving In the remote west almost nontin uully since the close of tbo civil war, and hax-o by most faithful and arduous service earned the consideration now bestowed ol pleasanter stations. FATAL TORNADO. Fifty lions«-« Blown to Atom. In Two OK Inlioma Town«*. PF.BKT, U. T., Sept. 18.—A torrlhlo tor nado passod through Jennings and Ml nong and blow 60 houses to atoms. A young lady and two children were killed and several people injured. Si voral houses caught lire at Miming, and a eonllagru tion followed. Tho town of Mtnong is 10 mllos from tho nearest railroad, und tho particulars of tiro cyclone and tiro cannot lw luurnud here. Mlnong is a small town of OU houses In Usagu county, in Jennings dis trict. Assault cil and Killed, Savannah, Sept 18.—A special from Thomasvillc, Go., states that a 13-year old white girl, daughter »( Martin But lor, had gone to a springt« got water, ami not returning her mother started in searuh and found that she had boon assaulted and lier throat cut. Tho girl was nut dead ami was aide to gasp out tho name of her assailant, Dave Geoseby, a negro living In tho neighborhood. Tho cat in tho girl's neck was a fearful ono, and Dr. J. O. Hoskins had to administer chloroform. This burst tho arteries, and the little sufferer bled to doattf. Two Workmen Killed. Auiasy, Sept. 18.—Two workmen were killed hero, tho result of an accident. Frederick Whitcomb of Rochester, em ployed by tbe Postal Telegraph company, hutl Ills skull crushed In by a largo polo falling upon him. Tiro polo was being hoisted when tho chain which held It broke. Tho othor victim was Albert Clow, a pointer residing on Second street, who met death by falling from a scaffMd 40 foot high. A Woman Lost Overboard, New Youk, Sept. 18.—Tho Hod Star steamer Westernluml. which urr.vixl from Antwerp, is short ono steorngu passenger —Mrs. Theresa Anczln, aged >16, a native of Hungary, who was lost overboard on Sept. 8. It is thought by Captain Meyer that she committed suicide. Thu steamer was stopped and an effort made to save her, but without avail. at bo be as Iris ire tho re be mid in ac Mint h Hop Picker. Utica, N. V., Sept, 18.—Officers Cur tls and Carpenter of Madison attempted to servo warrants (or robbery on two hop ph-kers at Nulsrillo, Madison county. They wore sot upon by several tramps and hop pickers armed with clubs. Officer Curtis find iiftu tho crowd and danger ously shot Peter Webber of Syracuse. Hammered Ills Wife to Iteatli. Thompson, Conn., Sopt. 18.— Andrew Howland, a well known citizen, assaulted and fatally Injured his wlfdt who is an In valid. Mrs. Howland accused her hus band of unduo Intimacy with the servant girl, whereupon ho became enraged and heat her Into Insensibility with a bummer. Howland is undof arrest. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS. Tbo strike of tho Scotch miners boa col 1 opted. Tho will of Charles M. Pond, the eccen tric Hartford millionaire, is to bo contested. Tho passenger steamer Golden Gâte w entirely destroyed by fire at Longport, N. J. Daniel Cookloy of Brooklyn, a motor mail, was shot three times by his wife, who says lie abuses her. Thomas B. Y'oung, a restaurant keeper of Wullsbore, Pa., swallowed two ounces of carbolic acid, mistaking tbo liquid (or gin, and tlioJ. A respite for GO days was grunted Governor Puttisun to Gooigo Dukovio, sentenced to bo hanged at Pittsburg on Thursday noxt. Tho strike of thu Brotherhood of Tailors in Now York city is virtually at an cud, and its culminai ion lias resulted in au ab solute vlet- iry of the workmen over their bosses. An unknown man. supposed to buiong to the order of the Knights of Pythias, comiulttcil suicide in Central park, New York, by shooting himself through the heart with an American bulldog revolver. CAUGHT IN ÄHRE TRAP. Five Victyns of a Factory Blaze In Washington. THEY JUMPED DOWN TO DEATH. l: mploy<% « Wi r« l'on nod In at the Top ol a Five Story llulUling Without Fire K« Filled With Feather*and Other InlLunmiihlo Material. Washington, Sept. 18.—Tho most fa ct recent years In Washington was Ihn burning of tho mattress factory of Ktumph A Brother«. Five bodies are at Uic nuirguo, charred and crushed beyond recognition: four in Jurml mm are at tho Emergency hospital, ono of whom will die, ond there may tin others hurled under the ruins, os several of tho workman arc unaccounted for Two of the dead at tho morguo aro known to bo William H. Tennyson, an old man employed In tho factory, and Wllllu Ashe, a boy of lit years. Four others who aro missing aro Henry SVwlor, Phillip Ackerman, Robert Kolt zol and an old man who bud boon employ oil In the factory but n few days and whose name is not remembered by hUem ployer. Those at tho hospital aro Jamo« K. Vaughn, a dork, Injured Internally, will probably die; A. P. llnske, both legs bro ken, may dlo, Arthur C. Bovins, Internal Injuries and fractured wrist; Harry Ba con, Internal Injurie«. tni tl No Fire Doapo«, Tho factory, which is owned by Claude N and Edward B. Htiimpb, stood at the intersection of Seventh and K streets and Massachusetts avenue, a flvu story struc ture, with thin brick walls, wind« ws only at back ami front ami no fire escapee. It was «!• m il with fi'iithcw. «havings and other IniiaiumaMo mutm .a), and 36 per sons were at work In it, six of thorn young women Fire was discovered in tho picking room at tbo front of tbo second floor. Almost before an alarm could bo given to the workmen it had spread through tire sec ond story ami buret up the elevator well. There was delay In turning In an alarm on account of the panic. Thu escape of those on tbo pper floors was cut off. They stood in tho windows shouting for help, whilo hundreds on tho streets, tinablo to give assistance, yelled to them to wait for lire book and ladder. Throe men were soon on tho roof, two of them gesticulating frantically, while tho other loaned calmly against a chimney waiting. Policeman Phil Brown found a ladder, and with tho help of two stalwart men dragged a mattress to tho root of a blacksmith shop beneath tho oavas of the factory. While thoso preparations were under way Busko jumped from one roof, whirl ing over and over In tho air and striking on his side. Bevins jumped to tho root and was caught on tho mattress hold by Policeman Brawn and his helpers. Yaughn leaped headlong, so that In tbo force of Ids full lie tore through the mot trees as though it had been a blanket. Bacon jumped from a third «tory win dow and lauded on his stomach across a barrel 36 (cot below. Other men clung to narrow projections outside tho windows until a pile of iiiattn-ssos had boon heaped on tiro sidewalk and Jumped off, sattuln lug severe Injuries. Cloud of Burning Keutbers. Twenty minutes after tho lira had been discovered tbo cast wall fell, crashing till) blacksmith strop, Palmer's oyster bouse and tho Horso and Cattle Food company's building A cloud of burning feathers •ose loo f«jct over tho building, and drift ing down sot tiro to several awnings in front of Seventh street stores, making II w ly work (or volunteer firemen with watxw palls. Shortly nfti-r tho othor walls tottered and came down, crushing tho two story brick building of tbo Woodruff Pile Hold er company, George J. Bennett's marble strep and Hall ,v Cainroack's furniture store, a frame building. One fireman and several spectator« ware hurt try falling bricks. A general •birm had called out the whole depart ment, and the ruins were flooded. Then tho search for bodies was begun. S< ones at tire morgue, where men and women collected to look (or missing rela tives, were most distressing. Tho hands and feet were burned from all the dead, tbrlr features obliterated and clothing con sumed. Tbo cause of tho lire is unknown. The factory building was valued at $16,13)0 and Its contents at $36,000. The adjoin ing buildings which wore crushed wore of small value, so that $30,000 will probably cover tire damage to them.' Rich »liner Fenced Starvation. Mil. an, Mo., Sept. 18.—Adam Law, a prosperous farmer in tho eastern part of this county, attempted suicide, llq gave ns his reason that ho was afraid he was going to starve to death. He has boon n miser all Ills life and is worth $76,000. I'ontiuiMter« Appointed. Washington, Sept. 18.— Tho fourth class postmasters appointed were; Now Y'ork—Nclpto, Joseph Bewuoss. Pennsylvania—Brush Creek, Dr. U. J. Neely; Lakoviow, F. H. Sweet; Shunk, A. Leila; Urslua, Anna K. Levy, Another riot la Chile. ValPAUAUO, Sept. 18.—A fresh plot, In which followers of the late General Bal macedu are the ringleaders, Ims been dis covered Twenty persons have boon ar rested charged with being Implicated iu tbe conspiracy. Ex-L!ghtw*dglit. Champion Dead. BltooKt-YN, Sept. 18.—Arthur Mullins, ;t;i years of ago. who held tho lightweight championship liefere Jack McAuiiffo ao «lultod that title, died at tho Homo For Inebriates at Fort Hamilton. Killed by a Fromatnre Blast. Hazleton, Pa., Soot. 18,—A premature blast occurred at Honey Brook colliery by which onu man was killed and three injured. John Domphsn Is tbo dead man. Ronton's Anniversary. Boston, Fept. IS.—The two hundred und fifty-fourth anniversary of tho settle ment of Boston was observed by tho hoist ing of flags over tho city's building. New Trônant Temple Started., Boston, Sept. IH.— Tbo foundation stone of tho new Trcroont temple was laid with short and Impressive SMTflocs con ducted by Dr, George Lorrimcr. Strike In Ueunlngten. Bennington, Vi, Hept. 18.—More than BOO employ»}.« of tbo Buniiington woolen mills struck They demand a maturation of wages.