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The EVENING JOURNAL, the live advertiser's medium, cir culates among the masses. WILMINGTON, DEL., MONDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1895 EIGHTH YEAR ONE CENT. ATLANTIC CITY . W, J. _ CAN MA.BC03 HOTEL. NOW OPEN. Pacific and Massachusetts Avenues, ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.. After thorough houeecleanlng and renova tion has been reopened Tor the winter ander the personal supervision of Mrs. Annie Gruhb, formerly proprietress of the Kenilworth Inn. _ Steam Heat, Hydraulic Elevator. Sun Par lor. Baths, all conveniences. Write for rates. HELP WANTED. •\XTANTEO-A WHITE GIRL FOR GEN VV eral housework. Apply at 841 'Van Bur en street, _ ANTED—AN AGENT Id every eectlm to canvas. |4.00 to $5 110 a day made, sells at sight, also a man to ■sell staple goods to dealers. Beat side line, J75 00 a month. Salary or large commission made, experience unnecessary. For sealed particulars send stamp. CLIFTON SOAP AND MANUFACTURING CO.. Clnclnna 1, Ohio. w TTTANTED.—TWO GOOD LIFE INSUR W anoe solicitors. Salary and commission . Call from 4 to 8 p m. 207 EQUITABLE BUILDING. ANTED.—A BRIGHT MAN. WELL acquainted with Wllralnvion to solicit. Apply to DIAMOND PRINTING COMPANY. J Is Fr ench street. __ A MAN or lady to manag» distributing soap samples, specialties, do corresponding. Bend Sylvan Co.,737 Wood ward. Detrol .Mich., 10c for «ample« soap, etc,, receive outfit offer. D ON'T be hard up. I took Mr Cole's ad ■ vice, took agency for now aluminum goods, sign letters, door plates, numbere and other spe lap le. ; they are elegant, cap by sel ler«; customers delighted; pleasant business. ! make $5 to $10 nor daj; capital, Write, WORLD J umbug, U. _ S ALESMAN WANTED—$100 to >126 per month and expenses to Introduce our goods ■to the trade. Staple line; position permanent, pleasant and deefrable. Address,with stamp. King MAKE MONEY—BY CAREFUL SPECULATION hi Grain through a reliable, successful thin. Excel lent opportunities to make profits by our new plans. Fully explained and sent free. Illabest references Paxtison A Co., tiUO u in aha liuildlng, Chicago. Ill. w work «lx hour«; no MF'U. CO.. W2, Co Mfg. Co.. D. 68. Chicago. BOARD AND BOOHS. awïd-bï a you ng~ mHuukd couple board with room iu a private family, front preferred. Address L. N., Ibis offlo». _BUSINE SS O PPORTUNITIES. F 8GR SALE-CHEAP. tel doing a good business, two pool table«, good will and fixture«. Ad dress TH 'MAS McHUGH. 13 Market street. WTmlngton, Del. A FIRST-CLASS HO wlth two bar«. NOTICES. J^REEI To all car cm tamers we give one 18x20 Crayon Portrait Fred Free! F, ed ■WILMINGTON PHOTO CO., 407W Marke' street, Wilmington. Del. All are Invited to see our samples. tlVSISS na 'JABDa _ APES MADE OUT OF PLUSH COATS at KING'S. 815 Granite street. ( :i£WING MACHINER, O'XXJNALD. 12 East Seventh street, leads them all In low prices, Brand new 880 machines reduced to $16, All makee to select from. New Home, Go al; other makes. »1« and R2Ü Singer, Wueeler & Wilson, mestlc,White, Standard and Any machine «ent on trial, free.slx months for cash, two ream on Installments. Bend postal. J. B. O'DONALD, No. 12 East Seventh Street Any machine repaired, 60 cents up. 'ÇyiLMINGTON FURNITURE AMD STORAGE EXCHANGE. All kinds of Furniture bought, sold and ex changed. Stoves and beaters repaired, gas and gasoline stoves called for, thoroughly overhauled and returned at a moderate coet Stoves taken down, stored for the season aud put up In the fill Address or call, 1006 ORANGE STREET. Wilmington, oil. Del, H0EGEL8BKRGER. M. D., 818 MARKET 8TREET, Made THE EYE HIS SPECIAL STUDY In the Universities of Vienna, Austria, and New York City, In the Philadelphia Poly clinic and Wills Eye Hospital. He EXAMINES EYES FREE and guaran tees satisfaction. GOLD GLASSES, *8.00, STEEL GLASSES, 60 CENTS. H. DELAWARE'S REPRESENTATIVES. Oolenol DuPont Will Now Havo aa Op portunity to Establish Mis Claim to Succeed Bon. Anthony Higgins. Stnstor George Gray went to Washing ton to day to be present at tba openlag of Congress Congressman Wtllia has been there (or several days famlllarlzlag himself with bis surrounding* Tbe credentials of Colon«! Eanry A DuPont, who claims a seat to succeed Anthony Higgins, will, according to prea eut arrangement, be referred to the Com mittee on Privilégia and Elections, and pending investigation and report be will not ba seated. Convocation In St. John's Ohnroh. Salem, Deo. 2 —The regular meeting of tbe Convocation of Burlington will be bald In St. John'« Cbureb, of this place, eommenclng to-night, and continuing nntll tomorrow night. This evening at 7 80 mleaionary aorvlees will ba held On Tuesday at 9 a. m . will be the eelebrs tion of tbe Holv Eucharist, with aermon by Rev. 6 R Underbill Business ses siens at 11 A. M and 9 pm. "Tba Desirability of a Convocation Mission ary" Is tbe snbjoot (or tho conforme« in tha a(tornoon,led by Rev. G W. Hsrrod. Bevlval later««» at Mathaay Maytlat Ohnroh. Haven toon now mam hors received the hand of fellowship yesterday at tho largest attended commnalon aorvle* aver held by Bethany Church Two mere wer* baptized In tb* evening, and new Interest was manlfsst Ths work continues through the ordinary aarvleas of tha church there scarcely being an evening service without professed conversions. Reparu of Ike Two Cfclafi. Chief Delsn has mad* his ssontbly report for November arrests and six fires lots was $12 000 In two cases, tbesa of Roblason's barn and Tadman A Hick man's factory. None of the others reached $100. It shows 257 Of the latter tbo James J. Boyd Identified. Friends in Philadelphie bave Identified tha body of James J. Boyd, who died in the Almshouse November 22, and will have tbe remains burled In that city. Bovd was found ou Delaware avenue by Officer McBride November 31. Heating the High School. The heating pipes at the High School School are being covered with asbestos Commissioner Betts says that this will redoes the coal bill there at least one half and that it will be necessary te ran bnt one biller to perfectly heat the building. DISCUSSING STREET OBSTRUCTIONS. The Street and Sewer Directors and the Members of the Police Oommleelon Meet In Joint Seselon. A joint conference of tha Street and Hewer directors and the police commis sioners was held Saturday evening at w hloh a number of ordinances relative to obstructing streets were discussed prominent among them being that regarding the hnokitera and livery men taking up room nsar the curbs No action was taken either on It nor the petition of tha Delmarvis telephone Company to erect poles and wires. Another subject of discussion wag the leaving open of excavations across tbs pavement where sewers ars being dug from honaet to eewets Ills understood the Street asd .Sewer Directers will tsk Council to page' an ordinance compelling auch places to be bridged. The attention of the directors la called again, as It has frequently 'been by tha effloar» on that beat, to the bad eosditian of the street and sidewalk« en West Fifth between Orange and Tatnall streets. WHY TRAINS ARE OFTEN LATE EX-SUPERINTENDENT MACKEY EX PLAINS SOME OF THE CAUSES. Trains on a Slagle Track Koail Halt Run Exactly on Their Schedule Time Accidents, Wind and Storm and Vary Heavy Travel Very Frequently Detains Passenger Traffic. "My train was late this morning when I left my home station, but I bad an Idea that she wonld make It up by the time Wilmington was reached,'' remarked a gentleman to an Evening Jodenal reporter and than bs added the query "Why is it trains are late on a single track road and why can't they make up the few minutes necessary to put them on time?'' Tbe question la on« frequently asked, and with a view to its solation tbs reporter popped tha same to D. H. Mackey, former superintendent ef operators on tbe Delaware road. He said: ' I've been Importuned several times lately aa to why trains era lata on a single track road, and tbe best reply I can make is because tbay are not on time. The querist invariably replies. 'Any fool knows knows that,' and than I kindly remark, we get our measure quickly Bat to tbo point—trains are scheduled with such a degree ot nicety that it might be compared to *s trenomlcal observations, and yon can imagine what mental labir It requires. No Indeed it's like tbe constltuilsu of these United States Conundrums in it'—If train No — leav log here at 8 13 Is twenty mlnntes late It left Its initial point that mach behind time (barring any Intermediate accident or detention) and will continue In that line to Its terminal If it be New Orleans unless it does not have to stop at all flag stations —Notice the Schedules " "Do you moan by that that the icbedules are so «crefnll/ and closely made ont that a train can only run at a certain rata of speed, or rather can only cover a certain distance in a certain time?" qu«rled|tn«> -cpjr.er. "Tbata «boot It" was the answer. "Tbe days are gone by whan such eu desrlng epithets as 'That's a Jerkwater Road,' 'The Engine la a Rattle trap,' etc , are correct, and tbay mnst now figure In that pleasant study, 'Ancient History,' Tbe equipment ot tha P, R R. Is too well known te debate on, and if one man can't make time, they will qniokly find one who can. Therefore time is stored with them, and If one men more this another observes It, It Is 8. M. Prévost, general manager in Phllsdel pbla. He goes Into details severely, like a woman cleaning honse " "Bat doesn't tb* delay of one (train disadvantage this ,carefully constructed schedule?', again asked the reporter. "To a certain extent," waa the reply. "One passenger train becoming late effects the whole division more or less and here is where the train receiver or train dispatcher ente ice by making meeting and passing points by telegraph. He cannot move stations and sidings up and down like chessmen, although that may be an American twentieth centnry probability, and should he forget what be ought to remember, a collision la likely to follow. This, as a rule, results la aesth. I believe this Is a hanging matter here, and as most communities approve the me of a rope, he's very likely to get McCormick's end—the heavy one." *T snppos* little attention U paid to tbe kickers?" waa the next question. "There isn't time or Inclination to give mach attention to the chronic kicker At every station when a train is late they can all give the despatober cards and spades sad beat him and tbe company is consigned to hades Tbs American railway traveller kaowa it all. He kicks If tbe car is too hot or too cold. Other folks tolerate It, but tbay ehenldn't ba on tbe earth because be has a ticket and very eftena milage book, both of which show money Invested without getting any return for It. " , "Ton bava probably noticed steam boats very often fall to reach the landing on time, with a whole river or bay to ride on—but that goes Accidents de tain, wind and storm detains, and very heavy travel detains. Thee* are the main causes of delay." Than with a smile the genial ex superintendent remarked: "How'a your individual schedule? Are yon always on time? If so, yon'ra a good 'an. " 'There are no The Police Do Not Know Blm. Deteetive Whitcomb, at tbo Philadel phia City Hall, received a telephone masaage on Saturday from this city requesting him to go to the Germantown Hot pital and learn whether there was a patient there named Georg* Alexander Brown, 22 years old, residing In Wil mington. Ho had been missing from heme since September 29. mother received a letter purport ing to have been written at tbe Germantown Hospital, stating that bo bad been ran over by * Chestnut and Walnut streets trolley ear, and was in tbe hospital and desired to see bis mother. Deteetive Whitcomb went to the Germantown Hospital, and was informed that thare waa no patlant there named George Alexander Brown. Be also visited the German Hospital and received* similar answer, and thereupon telephoned back tha result of his search. Tba absence of any snob man was not reported to the police here. 1118 NOW .INVESTIGATING. Thomas Oakes and David M. Waples Sworn. THEY TESTIFY AT THE IB QUEST Huddled Up In Ohandlat'a Workshop ud Office the Inquest on Pisa's Death Bo gins—Oaks and Waples Swear to Insane Hospital Brutalities and Outragea and That Leoa Pisa Waa Beaten to Death. Tbe Three Prisoners 1 resent. In the little room back (of the office of the deputy coroner and commonly need by him aa a workshop, tha iuqneat in tha matter of the alleged murder of Lin Pisa or Leon Lewis, waa resumed to day. In addition te the jury, Attoruay-General R 0. White, Deputy Attorney-General Pater L Cooper, Jr , Trustees Smith end Stewart, Présidant Black, Dra Hhortlidge aud Ogle aud Hngb O Brown and Reporter dateetiva Symondg were huddled In the illy-lighted, closely-confined quarters, which bad been selected In place of tbe much batter room need by Municipal Court and which waa uaad by former coroners or the Levy Ooart room which could have been had for tbe «eking. Detectives Bring the Prisoners, It was 12.15 when tbs three prisoners In custody of Detective« Wltsil and MoVey arrived. Thomas Oakes was the first witness. He gave his borne as Trenton, N. J , and said ha waa an attaudant at Farubnrat up ta November 25. On October 5 b« was in tha teilet room with Jebn Bliz zard, whan Attendant Brawn asked him lo assist in helping convey Pisa to the bath room. Be, Oaks, aalzsd on« lids of Pisa aud took him to tha bath room when Brown gava him tha trip and Jumped on him. Clayton tbraw a basin of wattr in hla face to ra vive him. Later he was thrown into tbe bath tab. When wltnssa after ward* sakad if tha man was dead, Brown said ba canid not*be deader The witness described how' tha attendants took bold of Pisa H* saw Swan jump on PUs and fall him with hla knees. In answer to Mr. Wkaan, witness said be never saw any violence on tbe part of Pisa." Grogs examining IVItoets Oaks. In answer te other questions tbe witness said that Lynch removed the man's slothing. Afterwards they took Pisa up and threw him la tbe tab. Pisa made no opposition. Tha patients never, to witness's knowledge, kick. resistance to his maltreatment. After Plea waa tripped it seemed as though he was dazed or unconscious. Whan Lynch helped throw Pisa in tha tab he remarked "He'e only a g -crank anyway," Lynch was not pressât when the man was tripped. made any make any didn't Pi«« Patient Waples on the Stand. David M.Waplas was tb* next witness. Ha liras at Naaiau ana was an Inmata of Farnbntat Osteber 5 Be «ai In tho ward when Brown came and told Plia, to coma and take a bath. He aalzsd tba baek of a chair. Brown told witness to go and tell Oakes to help taka tb* man to tha bathroom When going to tbo room Brown (track Pisa several times In the neck. At tb* bath room Brown gava P sa the trip and foil on him. Swan bit him or kicked him. Dr. Clayton was on hie feet and said; "Get np bays, he's dying " Tben they abut tha door and be saw nothing (nrthar nntll tbe body was brought ont. The witness described the trip wh'oh waansed by Brown. Lynch was not there at the time. NeverSaw Patients Bsfuse la Bathe, In answer to questions be said be never saw any Instances where patients rafnaed to take a bathfl been tripped. Brown and Swan stood Pisa on bla feat, bat he couldn't stand and then they dragged him In the room Saw Swan kick Plea at least once and bad his foot baek to kick again when Dr. Clayton made bla remark about tba man dying. Pisa was In the asylum when ha, witness, went there. Never knew Pisa to have any spelts of 8lckne«a. sea him offer any realsten«« alter be bad been broken from bis bold on tha chair, aud never knew of tbe prisoners abasing Piss. After he bad Didn't Swan Kicked Ihe Man to Death, Robert Kenyon, a patient at the hospital, where ba was sent on aoeonnt of epileptic fits, said be was sitting next to Pisa when be was called to take his bath. Pisa refused and shivered as though him, ness waa an ordinary occurrence, minutes after witness went back to tbe bath roem and found tb\t tbe man was dead. Hwan kicked him when they were inside tbe room twice, and hard. When he next saw the man Pisa It was In the room of Pepper, man tripped, until after the man was dead. Theodore P Butler who worked at the hospital on October 5, described tb* digging ef the grave for Pisa. He didn't ■ea the burying but saw tbe exhnmatlen ot the body and Identified It as PUs Lot, as ba was known there. Bwearo That PUa Fought. Dr. Harry L Clavton, of Philadelphia, was a patient at Farnhnrst. October 5. Was talking to another patient In the washroom, opposite the bathroom. A mate named Andrew beckoned blm to tbe bsthroara, where he saw Pisa lying on tbe floor. Hwan, Brown and Oakes were there. PUs had bis band on Brown's throat. Witness loosed the grip, and got a kick from Pisa In tbe head. He then noticed that tha man was dying. _ Brown trip kick him Wit cold. 8aw and Hwan turned away In disgnat aa It A few Witness didn't see the Didn't sse Lynch there Dr. 8t«v»oaoQ 8trleken. Dr William 0. Stevenson, a former pastor of Grace Cbnroh, was stricken with paralysis yesterday in bis church In Philadelphia, Dr. Stevenson, It will be remembered was tbe paetor of Grace Charch preceeding Rev J. Richards Boyle, D. D , and was well known to Mathodiats throughout this state. The Bale of High Olns« Beef For 4c per pound and upwards will be continued each day until farther notiee Sager cured Corned Beef and Pickled Tongues always on band. Something new, Beef Sausage, very fine, 10c p»r At Stalls 67, 68. 83. 83, pound, try It, South aisle Eighth Htreet Market Honse William Olybn. MO USE FOR HER SOM. Mrs. Bloomfield Moor# Wants Clarence Removed es Co-Kxecutor of Her Hoeband'a Eatate. A petition has been Sled in the Orphan'd Coart, of Philadelphia, by Mrs. Clara J. Moore, asking to have her aou Clarence B Ueore, removed executor to the large estate of her husband, Bloomfield H Moore, deceased, and to have Edward A Jessnp, appointed in the «in's place. There was anotbsr petition attached to the original ona. In the latter Lilian Moors da Bllot, the daughter of the testator, residing In Mayfair, London, jelnad In the request. Mrs Moors relatai that tha aou dote not cousait nor oe-opersto with her lu the affairs of tha estate, declines to recti ve or te read any ceuem unie alien from her, and that aba has net seen him for nearly sight years, although she repeatedly solicited Interviews, conotel and assistance fram blajlj matters of Importance to the «elate She aaya that the Interests of tbs estate am balng jeopardized and its mentys wasted. The great balk of lb* estate la Invested In the business of the Jessup and Moore Paper Company, of which tte estate is said te held steck lu the sum off 1, 072,600. It is farther etsted that for want of consultation and agraemeut h.tween mother and aou the stock cannot be voted in the election of directors, and in the directioD of management of the earn-' peuy, they being ordered end oentrelled for seveial years past by the owners of less than one fourth of the capital stock. Mrs. Moats then says tkat ake baa made fraqueul efforts to luduoe Clar sues b Meore, as executor, to nulla with bar In changing tbit condition of things and In putting the control of (the carper stloo where (It 'rightfully belaugs, late the hands of the legal representatives of the estate, but that all tbeae efforts have been fruitless It la also stated that under the terms of Ur. Moore's will Edward A. Jessnp was to serve |ss co executor la case Clarence B 'Moors wss removed from the position. Judge Hanna granted sn order rcqnlr lug cense to be shown why Mr. Jessup sr some athsr sultabls parson should not ba substituted. as ' oo AT THE FOOD EXPOSITION. SECOND WEEK OF THE BIO FOOD SHOW! Everv Foot of Bpaoo Occupied and More Wanted—Manager Bucklay la Very Muck Pleased at Its luecoM. Tbe Food Exposition started in today on its second and last week, wltb moat flattering prospacta. Tha Auditorium never Icokod finer and every foot of door space exespt where the slslai are located, Is occupied by a booth. Thera are four mr five new booth«, opened Friday and Saturday ef last week, and three include The Excelsior Baking Ca , ef Philadelphia, who«« display is In charge of Mr. Fonlka, of Wilmington. Tbay give out samples of cakes. Tha wholesale and retail grocers are present nearly each evening and seem to enjoy the Bight of grocatias and food product* shown and interesting tbs public aa they seldom do In a grocery store. The modern methods of cooking and] pre explain«' education of the public. Miss Hoyle and bar wonderful cookery kitchen has pleased tbe ladle* vary mneh. She lectures nearly continuously and on economical as wall as fancy dishes, and her thorough knowledge of tba art enllnary la evldanrad to all who not only liatau to hor lootnraa bnt who taste tho dishes. On« starling attraction to ear poeplo Is the ranslesl concerts Wilmington Is n mnsic levlng community and Maairs. Glaasmlrs, Oraoey, Abt, fllgh and other members of tbe La Frsna* Concert Tronpe have made many warm admirers. Feed Exposition Natoe. Among the visitors to the Food Expo Bitten waa Jesepb Dotring, a promt nant merchant of Oheeier, Pa , and ana of the Interested ones in the Chaster Exposition. The Delaware Hospital booth la wall patronized. Tb* R. T. Davis Milling Campany, of 8t. Jasapb, Me. whose very novel and costly Log Cabin baetfa Is an* of tba beat and moat popnlar attractions in tbe Anditerlnm will give the proceed! fram salas of Annt J ami 3 a pan este flour sold at this booth to the Dalawaro Uos pital fund. One of tho boat of tho many attractive exhibits In tha exposition la that of tho Ceylon Spleo Company. Tha pretty green aud white booth at tba left is the an« belonging to the Mar shall Kanaody Mill Company, of Alle gheny, Pa., and In ebarga ef Mr. Chatham sod a corps ef skilled demenstraters "Cornelia" brands of pan cake fleur, bis cuit fleur, relied oats, baking powder and farina ar* shown and demonstrated E T. Rainer, of tbo irasaalan Cereal Company, baa bean kera before, charge of the "Boar" brand Breakfast Foad display last year at the exposition. He made many friend« for tholr goads then. It is ona of the boat exhibit* there. ■ring thaa* goods era folly and always to tbe profit and H« had Still In tha Swim. J. Edward Addlcks and Htata Senator Robert J. Hsuby are still, to all Intenta and purposes, members of tho Republican party. .It waa tbe purpose of same of th* more radical members of the Higgins wing to read them both out at the meetlBg of tha Republican County Committee held at the Young Men's Republican Club on SatardayJ.afternoon, but tb* more conservative Biggins element thwarted them Presentation of tbe potltion asking for such setlou waa not even mad* or mentioned In open meeting. Had It been there would have resulted a bitter fight, for tha Add'cka committeemen were spoiling for It. Knowing this, tha Higgins men confined themselves to routine business. New Hhaxlir in Office. Eiktok, Md., Deo. 1—Sheriff Harvey H Mackey, of Cecil ciunty, teok charge of the sheriff's office to day, having bonded for $25.000, as required by law. Hls deputy will be William McAlister, tb* fourth diatrlct. The new sheriff elect has been deputy sheriff of tbe county (or tbs past eight years, having served unler bis father, Robert Mackey, Sheriff J. A. Boyd, George E McKenney and Clinton J. White, the retiring sheriff Mr. Mackey la a young man an<> has been a moat successful officer. BRIDGET I'D THOMAS. Oennell, Who Laved Not Wisely Bat Too Well, Wse Beaten By His Dis carded Ulrl. Superior Court settled down to bust nass tbl* morning. Immediately after it convened the calendar was taken up aud disposed of. Branch H. Giles bad hla name withdrawn as attorney for tha de fendant In the esta of Milton D. Martin v*. Charles Horn, and tha cage pro seeded, a jury being drawn, Frederick W. Helga being its foreman. Thera was some difficulty In getting tbo Jury sworn, the wrong oath balng used twice. A verdict for $391 70, being principal aud interest, was rendered by this jury of Itqulslllon, The action was on a promissory not« Oi motion of Leonard £ Wales, Jr., attornsy for the J,' udaut, the two cases of W. Costa vs. J. «tiller Thomas, calau dered for to-day, v.ro referred, referees to bs «elected by OOUDitl. Ur. Illllae represented Mr. Costa, amount at stake. The ears of Lewis Loath vs the Mayor and Council of New Castle was continu'd to the February term on peremptory rule A like disposition was made of tha «tee of George A. Daniels va. the Liebig Manufacturing Company, with the exception of an absence of tbe per emptory feature«. On motion of Mr Biggs, on behalf of Senator Gray, the damage suit of Frank E Qrlaweld vs. tbo P. W. ti B. Uallroad Company, the case was continued to tbe February term on peremptory rule for trial. A jury was drawn to try the bastardy east of the state vs Thomas J. Conaall. Bridget Cochran, a pretty young girl, 1U years old, was the prosecuting witness. Tha case was carried to the Court of General Sessions from Magistrals Daly's court on an appeal taken by Connell. Attorney-Gsuerai White oeuducied the prosecution and H. U Ward tha defense Bridget was plaead on the aland aid swore that Cenusll was tha father of hor ohlld, which was born on January 81. It was a girl Mr Ward subjected bar to a searching cross examination, but could not move bar from bar story. She was the only witness sailed by the state. Connell bolag aworn denied respon slblllty for tha child's birib saying that be and Bridget Cochran had a quarrel on March 11, 1804. and after that did not ■peak He admitted that prior to that Um« be had Improper relatione with her. Further than that ha contradicted her statement that he promised to marry hsr. $275 1« the Mr. White pat him through s cours« of sprouts In the crois examloation. Mrs. Cat arlne O'Donuell, sister of Oonuell, testified that Bridget told her that Thom«» was not tbe father'of her ohlld The case was argument came In with a verdict that Council was tba fat bar of the ohlld. Connell was unable to give bond and placed In tba bands of Sheriff Gtllla Be will go to jail miles* be finds surety this afternoon. The law provides that he shall pay $4 a month until tbe child la 10 years old That ended tba criminal business, and Clerk of tha Peace Foard paid off the jeror* Tbo present panel will serve nntll Friday whan tb* second pant) will coma on. Tbe Superior Court referred tba eaao of John R Poor vs Hsnry Bayer, refer tee to be selected by oonnael. Judgment for costs for tba plaintiff was reported in the ease of Franals B. Gallagher va. Rena J. Fongorsy. Adjournment was made nntll to marrow morning. Bubmltlod without In five minutes tba jury THE BROTHERHOOD BALL!. Bad lu» Impressive Bemerke From Dr. and Evangelist MeBea—Obltgatlsae Be newed, At Calvary Ohnroh yesterday after tba Wilmington Local Assam tbe Brolteihoed of Ht. neon, bly of Andrew held an antbnilsatls rally. After tba reading of tb* Isaaon by C. U. Onrtla, Blabep Coleman tntraduced Rev. Dr W B Bodine, of Philadelphia. Ha minding each of bla baarars that It was Advent Handay and tbe day before Ht. Andrew's Day.bs said there was no better way to serve God henceforth than by tbe promulgation of kistrulh Te tbeyoung men of the brotherhood be acid that they coaid serve God by fallowing tba (oat steps of Bt. Andrew. Ha reminded tbom of that poem ef Milton'*, which wee written on tbe poet's blinda***, In which It was said : "They also sarv* whe only staud and wait." Tb* church wanted tbe men who have power with Qed and prevail. It wanted men •( spiritual character, which la Ihe important thing in time and eternity Ha spoke ef the Woman's Auxiliary to the Board of Missions, and tbe Brotherhood of St. Andrew as two organization! of which the church should feel proud. For a century cb* church had fall««! because of Its Congregational ism Now tbeso organization» wer« going and bringing tb* peep!* In. Ha said that self-sacrifice la the essanllal principle of the Christian religion. Evaugalilt Silas deBa* mada an earnest address, a plea (or ««roast, enthusiastic work. He told g touching story to lllastrste what each work could accomplish As tha news of Brathorbood work came from all over tb* world, every member aboald ask himself what he Is doing. Only those who aow mey expect to reap. The sowar, bowavar, is responsible fer the kind of seed be eowa. Everyone should sik himself If he waa exartlng a forbidding influença or (how lag tha spirit of Christ. Ewing Millar, of Philadelphia, told beautiful story about a mliileaary In London, which taught a lassos for religion. After a fow words on "aslf deal*!" by C. M Cortts, Bishop 'Coleman road tbe Brotherhood obligation and the members, standing, renewed tbalr promises. most Bdan Lodge to Vielt Philadelphia. The vlst of Eden Lodge. I O O F , tbl* city, to Philadelphia Lodge No of that city, which will ba mad* on Saturday, January 11, will be a red Utter event In the history of this organization, and a grast deal pleasure Is looked forward to. Edan Lodge team, which is nelad for I'a proficlencv, will perform tho work (or th* Philadelphia lodge, and will take Its paraphernalia, which coat $3,000 and said to be the finest Iu the country. Tbo work will be oorfarmed In tbo aaditortnra of the temple, after which a banquet will be served In the drill room. Th* audience has been limited to 900. of BOUND TO UNO HIM. Two Attempts Failed But Now There Are Two More. A VICTIM OF A WOMAN'S HATRED One# Viole and Ha Were Friands Bat Now Thev Are Mat "Bchoonet" Me. Oluskey Failed to Convince Jadg« Ball That Thera Was » Flat Against Him Uthtt Oatea Id Municipal Court. The only arrest made by the police force yeaterdey was that of a pet ebeep which was found by Officer Lacas stroll ing around Becond and King. It balonge to a butcher's sun and la quite a pot. The truth of the old saying that "Hell hath no fury llkt'a woman Boomed" Is being illustrated here In the troubles of Clarence Huutly, a young man whom airs Vlnla R Talnall stems bound to put behind tbe btrs. two chums, but tbsre appeared a rift In the lata aud tbe comrsdrry was rudely »battered Then she had him arrested f.r stealing some diamonds from her, bat be gat clear; the next stop was to have him In tha upper court on a charge of burglary on three uteres in the West End, and again he got clear. Now he la ohaigtd with stsallug $20 from a machine of Weighing Company In Chester, also with eteallug six pairs ot shoos from John F Bray, also of Chester. Clarence waa arraigned In Municipal Court this morn lug, Joalab Marvel lepreaeutlug him. Officer John Gray, ot Cbestor, said tha prisoner was the man wanted, bat Mr Marvel claimed the idaatlfioatloa was not auMclout and tha case was oontiused to WoSueaday to allow tha Cheater people to get here. Ball wag fixed at $800. John McCloakay alias "Schooner" was aleaalng off a drunk on the soft side of the stone coping at Third and Wait streets whan Officer Scott appeared on the scone. The blue oasts d conservator of the peace woke ' Hoboonor" up, and finding him drank all ovar, took him to tha Dearest box aud sent bias In, racelv Ing la return an outrageous tongue lash lug, In as vile language aa "Schooner" could master This morning the prisoner pleaded that be wee not drunk but only aick, the rseult of not having eaten a ■qasre meal for six weeks. Ha asaurad tha judga that tbe officer* wore In a com btnatiou to send him over. Judge Bill suggested that the story had te* ear ■narks of age aud toe frequent nie by fellows of "SrhooDor's" class and fined him $5 sad costa. Martha McKibben appeared as com plalnant against Thomas Talley and Frank Anken, who were charged wltb dlsoidsrly conduct. They were not ready to go to trial, however, and the osae was cootlnnad until Wednesday, ball balng Iliad at $100 «sob. John W Hay««, charged wltb assault on Adam Smith and also with laroanv «I a gnu from the same party, waa In court with Medford H Gaboon, hla lawyer Tbo city solicitor said that there was a mistake In charging Mr. Hayes with tbe offence. It was anoibar man who was gallty and Hayes bad net Adam thing to da with It. Ha was dismissed. U la alleged that tbs very great friends. In fact, ■I (• were butom atomallc FIRSD THROUGH A CAR 1IJD0ÏÏ. Women Paateagere Badly Frightened Bat Not Marmed-Othor Happening! in and About Newark. Special Correspondence Evening Journal. Nkwakk. Deo. 2—Soma on« fired a pistol shot through oae of tba wlodows of tbo train «n tb« P , VV. ABB R, due hero at 8 84, last night while coming from Elkton. Two young women were sitting at tb* window 'where the ball autorod. The glaea wse shattered and tbs bullet waa Imbedded In tbo woodwork. The woman ware not hurt out badly frightened Tba train bands did not know of the affair nn'll the train reached hero. List Winter tba hydrants at the public school gava oonalderablo trouble They have now boon placed Inside tbe building where they will not fre* ze. Tbo pnhlle school will ho closed this week, as Prlsclpsl Loo Kills and hla assistants, Mies Fannie McDill, Mise Kuna Choate, Miss Aunt* Nunam sud Miss Sally Lamb, will atload the teach ers' institute in Mlddlotowo. Mrs. Annie Gallagher died at tb* real deuce of her husband, John £ Gallagher, a short distance from Ibis town, Statur day night In her 65lh year Sho had been II |(or some lime. Tha funeral takes place Wednesday, with Interment In M, K Cemetery atChar'y Hill. Seme one has carried away saveral of John Filek'a finest breed ef chickens He has one or two more loft and exprdsaea tho hope that tho party who sacurad tha first ones will not taka tha reel befer* Christmas. a Gallagher Palo the BUI. Before Magistrat* Kelley this morning Mr*. Gazelle Uelnzer brought suit against John J Ga'laghar, of Third ■ M«dl*ou streets, for $8 due for daa&tgas to her hloyole.and which ba had promised to pay bnt hadn't. November 4, aa Mrs. Halczer, Mrs. Barnaul Kerns and Mrs. Clarkson Jennings were riding near ths B. k O croselng at Elamere, Mrs. Helnzsr tiled to pass Gallagher, who was driving a young bone attached to a buggy. As sha passed bim his hers* started across tbe road, upsetting her and taking two of tb* wheels over her body. Gallagher went to her Msiitance and promised to pay for tbe damag« This be failed to do, beace the suit. Judgment was given In favor of Mrs. Helnzsr for tha amount. aud A Report »f Exceptional Value. The Evanin« Journal Is In receipt of Hermen J Sohnllols's report on European Immlgratlen and tho censes of Indio Immigration to the United States 1. »nd returns Its thanks to ex Senator Higgins for hla eonrteay. Mr. Sebiilteia 1 * a memborof the Kaiopean Immigration Commission, and hla report Is of exeep of tlonal value. " _ „ __ __... Ih * O"' 1 *«« •" Tronbl*. A levy was made by Constable Rear don, Saturday afternoon on the furniture la of tbo commercial eollaga In tbe Masonic Temple, operated by Charles Abraham I son. Tho olatm la of $53 10 owed to ! * J. N. Harman. Tha school is closed now but It Is believed su adjmtment ( may be reached. which MEV OPERA HOUSE ORCHESTRA. 8am T. Compton Will Land and Mis Playare Will Ba All Wllmlostoalnaa and Flnlihed Mnelelnna. Professor Frank Stuebgen, who has been director of the Opera House Orobee tre for the past esveu years, since soon after W R Wllllemeou steamed the ménagement, accepted an offer to travel In the leader's chair of tha Wang Com pany on Haturday and left to join company to day at Anbnro, N Y Aa soon as Mr. Htuebgen'a resignation was In, Manager bay 11a appointed Samuel T Compton, formerly of the Tuxedo Company, but now completing his mneloel studies at tha Philadelphia Con svrvatory of Music, to take charge of the music Mr Compton at once began to reconstruct hla orchestra, appointing all Wilmington players and govd mualolasa te positions under hie direction. The new orchestra will therefore con slat of Siinual T. Compton, first violin ; George Albert, second violin; Uoorge Compton, bass; John Urella, clarinet; Jobs H. Taylor, cornet; John Frisch, trombous; laidor Hlngar, drams. the SHE'S OFF AGAIN FOR CUBA. A STEAMER SUPPOSED TO BE THE HOR8A SEEN AT CAPE MAY. Tak«« on Boar* Four Boats aud Man and Sail« An av-Another Nlahlmare te Mother Ooagusto— The OStoin of the Leon Held far the Grand Jury, Tbe prellmlnarv hearing Saturday afternoon before United Stales Commis douer B Rodmond Smith In the cue of Captain Frederick Svano* and First Mate Rsyuar Christensen of the Norwegian steamer Leon, resulted In both me« being held for tb* grand jury, ball being fixed at $1,000 In each case Tha trial was transferred to Philadelphia, ball being tnrulebed by Robert J Barr, of that city, who la alio surety (or tha Lanrada at Charleston sud tha Hors». Heaator Gray made a strong argument for the release of the defendants and •aid in concluding hla able remarks; "Why should we keep eu nagging and sagging man who are following peaceful cotamereUl pursuit« to gratify the reel leas activity ef the agent« ef the Klag of Spate? It la Urns It was stopped, and bare la an opportunity to strike the Bret blew. For heaven's sake don't let ua maintain this nagging process for tha King of Spain, who tries to prevent Intercourse between tbe cheerful and glad citizens of this glorious republic, sod tba unhappy patriots of tha lalaad of Cabs." Thera waa considerable disappoint ment shown at tbe result, bat, aside I ram tbe delay to the Leon, no untoward remit« ar* apprehended. Toe Hor««, tba officers of which are In like trouble In Pnllsdelpbla, cleared Saturday for Port Antonie, Jamaica, and about 6 80 p m , sailed down tha Dels ware Early yesterday morning a tug, thought to ba tbe Active, ran into tba ocasn pier at Cape May, laft (our large yawl boats there, and steamed away. Seen afterwards a steamer ran In from tbs .eastward, and lay te efl tba pier, wbau a share boat took ont tba fear yawls, aud fonr strangers, and landed them on the steamer. Tha steamer came down tba Delaware and la believed to ba tbe boras, althongb pilot Eldrldga, who brought her down, and tbe men who landed the yawls aboard her coaid not be In luced to say anything. Keeper Souy, of Cold Spring Life aavlng Station, was aroused at daylight by tha petroling inrfman of hla Juried!« - tloo, who pointed oat to him tbe strange craft close In shore. When she headed for tbe ocean pier he hastened there also, fearing an attempt was going to be mads ta violate the United 8 tale* revenue laws. Ha noticed the fonr strangers, saw them ambaik, and was an eye witness to the entire tranaaotlen He will make a re port to tbe Department of what ha sew and tbs little he heard while the steamer ley with steam blowing off, watting till the fonr boat* and fanr paasengeas were put on beard. A swarthy Caban, who was left en the strand this morning by the supposed filibustering rxoedltlon, watched the steamer till she disappeared below the southern borlzvr, wards which lea to tbe belief that the steamer task in arms and ammunition last night of tha Cape May shore from a myaterlons acboener, which oenld ba plainly seen all night nnder the bright beams ef tba fell moon by the anrfmen of Geld Spring Btatlea. Tba ballet bare Is that the heavy yawl« which the craft teak frem here will be loaded with war like stores (rem hor hold, and, manned by daring craws, will ba eet adrift In tbe Mona passage te jalu the Insurgent Onbaa army. He lot (all latar soma Suit Against the Boat Vliden. Th* owaers of tha tug Mascot have Wraught »ult In the Uulted State« Dis trict Court ef Philadelphia against the caasl boat Vhrdan to raoever a towing bill, which has been da* sad unpaid f r Tha host was formerly soma time, known aa tho T. M. Richards. Tbe Weather. In the Middle States and New England to day t load y to partly cloudy, cooler weather will prevail, with slight temperaturechaogee. attended by train or enow, and freeh to brisk easterly winds and local fog on the coasts, followed by clearing In the afternoon and a small "cold wave, ' with northwesterly wind«. Ou 1 uesdav, lu both of these section«, clear, sdgblly colder weather and northerly to weeteily wind» will prevail, and on Wednes day milder, fair weather. New York Herald Weather Forera« U -The area of low temperature in Manitoba yester day morning will probably reach New Eng land and the Middle Ntatee this evening er to-morrow. Th« disturbance before reported ee moriDK irom tbe Southwest will prob. bly advance northeastwardly over this oection to day, accompanied by rain and enow. Fogle like y to ocenr on the c as ts. CITY N EWS IN BRIffF. -Rev. William A. Walling will deliver a free lectnre on "Could All the Aslma . Qet Into tba ArkV" before the das* In Chrllellna Culture at the Delaware Avenue Baptist Church to-night. -To-night th* regular meeting of SL John's vestry will be held. -Rev George O Hall will preach a »peel J to the Sons of *t. George ln 8t. John s Church In a week or two. —Crusader'« Temple No. 2. L. Q. E. held * grand ann'versary concert at the odd Fel- lows Hall, Saturday evening. A fine musical program with orchestra aocompanment waa rendered. -Nearly all tbe P.,W. & B. express trains were delayed today by fog In and around Broad street station. -Rev. J, D. C Hanna will "give hls new lecture In Odd Fallows' Hall on Weknesday evening. — Delaware Dodge No. 34», D. O H.. will give the first Germ au ball of the season la German Hall on Wednesday nigh». ■ -