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Mi (My 25 cento a ,^^7- I ??'? ? ? the WEATHER? Showera and cooler to-night. Tuesday partly cloudy. - | mntt, Mivtrad by advertiser. SISTERSVILLE DAILY REVIEW. VOL. XI., NO. 149. SISTERSVILLE, W. VA., MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 26,1905. PRICE, ONE CENT. ANOTHER BRUTAL MURDER AT SHARON m Special to Daily Review. Sharon^ Pa., June 26 ? The sec ond brutal homicide within two * days occurred at South Sharon last night. The murderer was ar- j rested at Hubbard this morning just as he was boarding a train. | The victim was Michael Corrosa, ! aged forty years. The murderer, is Carmeno Scilllozco, aged 18. I The police story is that Corrosa was riding a bicycle and collided with Scilllozco, knocking him j down. After angry words the j men separated. Scillozco went to his boarding house and secured his brother's knife and overtaking Corrosa and without a word plunged he knife into Corrosa 's stomach, disembowelling him. He died early this morning. The murderer was taken to the Mercer jail. H E. Wilson finan ciallv Embarrassed The many ocquaintances of j Henry E. Wilson, who was pro- j prietor and lessee of the Hotel Wells, in this city for a number ; of years, will he surprised to learn that he is finaneiallly embarras sed and payment of his obliga tions are being pressed by his nu * merous creditors. Mr. Wilson sold his lease and furniture in the Hotel Wells here to W. G. Agnew, then went down to Mar ietta and leased the hotel Bellevue the leading hostelry in that city which he has been managing for some time but it was evidently a losing venture. His troubles are told by the Saturday's issue of the Marietta Register, as follows: "In the Court of Common Pleas Thomas W. Moore has filed suit against Henry E. Wilson, et al, to recover some two thousand dol lars alleged to be due on a prom issory note. Ellenwood & Smith are attorneys for the plaintiff. Following the bringing of this suit Michael Benedum, who at the April term of court, secured a judgment against Mr. Wilson for about seventeen hundred dollars caused an execution to be issued and Deputy Sheriff Best at once levied upon the property of the defendant at the Bellevue Hotel. The entire hostelry was tied up and was placed in charge of Dep uty Sheriff Bennett, until some further action is taken by the courts. Suits have been filed against Mr. "Wilson in nearly even- court in the city, and one of the last ones filed is that of the Marietta Hotel Company, in which they seek to have him ejected from the Bellevue. Tt is understood late this after noon that the creditors of Mr. Wilson will appeal to the court for the appointment of a receiv er, and the appeal will likely be argued this evening. Death Of Fred Muhlemann \ Fred Muhlemann, of this city, died Saturday afternoon at the North Wheeling hospital at two o'clock of cancer of the stomach. The patient underwent a surgical operation just previous to his death, and owing to the weak .^condition of his system he never revived. TTe was in the 57th year of his life, and had held a position as head moulder with the Carter Oil company for several years. His remains were brought home Sunday morning and will be laid to rest in Oak wood cemetery to-morrow morning at 11 o'clock. The funeral will take place from the family residence on South Burt street at 10 o'clock on Tues j day. Rev. T. A. Anderson, pas tor of the Presbyterian church, will conduct the services. The deceased is survived by a widow and eisht children. Sistersville First Secretary R. B. Naylor, of Wheeling, received Saturday a letter from the secretary of the Sistersville Board of Trade stat ing that a committee of three had been appointed to represent the State Board of Trade. The com mittee is composed of Postmaster Geo. E. Work, M. A. Svbert and Clifford A. Church. This is the first subordinate board to act in appointing its committee. The next mail brought a letter from President W. C. McCon naughv, of the Wholesale Gro cers' Association, which stated that he had appointed a commit tee of three to the State Board as follows: Frank Armstrong, Clarksburg: C. C. Lewis. Charles ton and John B. Stevenson, Hunt ington. It is expected that other organizations out in the state will shortly follow suit. In the Circuit Clerk's Office The following styled suits have, been recorded in Circuit Clerk's ^office for June Rules. Nellie Allen vs. Bert Allen, di vorce; M. D. Hanes, Attorney. Chancery. Flora Means vs. Brinton H. Means, divorce; R. L. Moore, At- 1 tornev. At Law. Riggs and Underwood vs. A. ! B. Moore ; action in debt, and at- 1 taehment. Amount $176.80. K. C. Moore, Attorney. River Traffic Lively Packets and coal boats were moving lively all day Sunday. In fact, every available craft was em ployed in handling the vast throngs that took passage for the various "cooling places" both up and down the river. The Vir ginia passed down for Cincinnati Sunday about noon and was com pelled to turn people away for the reason that she was up to the limit. She also had about 140 pounds of general merchandise and a nice bunch of stock. All theother packets were also loaded with big shipments of freight and passengers. Twenty-Two Cadets Drowned Special to Daily Review, j Copenhagen, June 26 ? The pri vate cadet ship Georgestage was rammed' by the British steamer Anaconda to-day and sunk. Some twenty- two cadets were drowned. Repetition Of Mas sacre Anticipated Special to Daily Review. St. Petersburg, June 26 ? A tele gram just received from Warsaw says that the Hebrew quarter in that city is now in full revolt. It is expected that a repetition of the massacre of Lodz will occur in the Polish capitol. Great crowds have assembled on the Warsaw streets, and barri cades are being erected in var ious parts of the district. Street cars are being seized and over turned, primary neucles of such street defences. Shops and all stores in the district are all closed and business suspended .Blood shey threatened and may devel op any moment, as both the troops and the people are in an ugly mood. Thirty-four battallions of troops are encamped in the streets. Patriots are circulating everywhere. The slightest alter cation is all that is necessary to start rioting. Lodz In a State Of Siege--- ^ Many People Leaving City Special to Daily Review. ? Lodz, Jnne 26 ? Lodz this morn- . ling presents the appearance of an ( army camp. Troops hold the t streets. No citizens are allowed to leave their homes without per mit. The town has been declar ed in a state of seige. The aw ful slaughter of Friday and Sat urday has had a quieting effect.' All industries, stores and factor ies are closed. Many people are leaving the city and others are hastening to leave until the trouble is over. The casaulties during the riots as estimated to-day were 561 kill ed and over seven hundred wound ed. General Shartle declares that order has been destroyed. Men Refusing To Obey Order Were Shot Down Special to Daily Review. Warsaw, June 26 ? The order i for a general strike to-day was only partially obeyed. Many fac tories are closed, and some stores ! affected, but the strike is any- 1 i thing but general. In several in | stances where men refused to obey the strike order, were shot clown by pickets when they at tempted to enter the factories. The troops hold all the prin cipal streets, and have orders to fire upon, the slightest provoca tion. No newspapers made their appearance to-day. President Roosevelt , To take Vacation . Special to Daily Review. "Washington, June 26 ? Presi dent Roosevelt leaves Washing ton this afternoon for the remain der of the summer. He goes first to Cambridge to attend the Ilar-j vard commencement, then to Oys ter Bay reaching there Thursday noon. lie will remain at Saga more Hill until the latter part of September. Mrs. Roosevelt and children, excepting Alice, left for Ovetcr Bay this morning. Alice remains at the White House until Saturday when she starts for the Philippines with Secretary Taft's party. Secretary Hay ^ou^\0u Serious Special to Daily Review. New Brunswick, N. H., .Tune 26 ? Secretary of State Hay was reported to-day as bfing more comfortable. Specialists physi cians who came from Boston last evening returned this morning, leaving the patient comfortable, with physicians on watch. They will return should developments warrant an operation. Hay is suffering from uraemic condi tions. New Hampshire Extends | Official Invitation Special to Daily Review. , Concord, N. IT., June 26 ? The State of New Hampshire has filed ( with the State Department at Washington, an official invitation to the peace commissioners of Russia and Japan to make Mount Washington Hotel, at Bretton Woods, the place for conducting their negotiations. The whole house will be turned over to the commissioners. Strike May Grow Special to Daily Review. Chicago, 111.. June 26 ? A refer endum vote will be taken to-mor row night by the striking team sters on the proposition to accept the terms of settlement offered by the employers. Should the vote be against ac cepting the terms it is said that in 1 all probability all of the 35,000 union teamsters in Chicago may go on a strike. Mvs. fra?k Ran,?mmtts SuicWe 4*. 'Special to Daily Review. Marietta, June 26? Mrs. Frank Ranger committed suicide by ' drinking carbolic acid Saturday. She was forty- four years age and is survived by her husband, a well-known oil operator, anJ a son, Raymond Ranker and daugh ter, Mrs. Ruby Cromlcv. FIRE SWEEPS NASHVILLE TENN. Special to Daily Review. Nashville, Tenn., June 26 ? Fire in the retail shipping district to day caused a damage estimated at between $500,000 and $600,000. The flames were discovered in the room of a big department store, occupied by Harris Bros: and Ja cobus Bros. The six story building occupied by the Nashville Dry Goods com pany, and the three story build ing occeupied by Kress & Co., were burned. The others who sustained loss es were: Wright Bros., decora tors : Cash Grocery Store, E. W. Turner. Cumberland Baking Pow der Co., Alfred Steam Dye Works. Col. Norton McGriffin Nearing Death Special to Daily Review. Washington, Pa., June 26 ? Col. Philo Norton McGiffin, a vet eran of the civil war, and foc^the past nine years doorkeeper in the U. S. Senate, is critically ill at his home in this city. lie is 81 years of age. 0 lie is the father of the late Capt. Philo Norton MeGiffin. Jr., a graduate of the U. S. Naval Aeau 'inv, at Annapolis, and who commanded the Chinese battleship iCh^p-Yuen, in the jrreat Yaln river naval battle between China land Japan a few years apo. Plenipotentiaries To Meet first Week In August Special to Daily Review. ( Washington, June 26 ? The fol-j lowing statement was given out at the White House this after- 1 noon: "The President has re ceived from both Russia and Ja-j pan that plenipotentiaries of the j two countries vlil taeet in the ' United States during the first ten days of August and the President has expressed to both govern ments the wish that the meeting should take place, if possible, on the first of August and if not on that day then the earliest date thereafter. Safe Blown By Tour Men More details were learned yes terday by Oapt. Ed. I. Allen, the postoffice inspector and sleuth, concerning the sensational post office robbery at "West Union last Saturday morning. Captain Al len already has some evidence as to the guilty parties, and a big ger sensation than West Union has known hitherto will follow the working out of the clue on which he has started, it is predicted. The safe was blown on Satur day morning at three o'clock by four men, all of whom belong in West Union. The door of the office had first been forced, and nitro glycerine was then used on the large safe which is of the Mos ler make, and which weighs font thousand pounds. The safe was blown by a new process. !The glycerine was placed in a hole drilled in near the lock and then (fxploded. Only the lock was destroyed and the heavy door swung open from the explosion. The burglars secured $225 in stamps and .$31 in money. Interesting News from Middlebourne f # Middlebourne, .Tune 26. Miss Daisy Smith, of the Hotel Central, returned Saturday from a week's visit at Sistersville. Henry Fnrbee. the jolly repre sentative of the Locke Shoe com pany. Sundayed at the Tyler Ho tel. J. C. Palnfrr, of Waterford, 0.. has been the guest of a special friend in town since last Satur day. W. E. and John Kirchner were at Wick for several days the lat ter part of the week on a busi ness mission. Frank Sellers, who has been at a residence for his brother Dr. E. M. Sellers, at that place, wasj home yesterday. Arza T'nderwood. of Centre* | ville, and John W. Smith of Frew, were among the prominent Re-| publicans in town Saturday trans acting business. T. E. Watson has returned from Sistersville and other points on the river where he has been engaged in carpentering ad paint ing. A marriage lie ma? was grant ed Saturday by Deputy Clerk Duty to Ebon Oscar Curry," ?jr-i' 34. and Daisy Browu, aged 22. both of Tyler County. The ex-deputy sheriff was in town Saturday making some set tlements v'th exSheriff J. W? Grimm. His son Grant went home with him and remained ov er Sunday. A number of the country j?eo pie were in town on Saturday to procure the l>a 1 lott boxes prepar atory for the election to-morrow. Many express themselves as being in favor of voting the bonds, while a great many, probably the majority, are kicking against the same. The Middlebourne Lodge Xo. 69. I. 0. 0. F., met in their halt Saturday night and the follow ing officers were elected : Noble Grand, John W. Meredith: Vive Grand, J. F. Smith; Recording Secretary. T. E. Watson; Finan cial Secretary, C. D. Jemison ; Treas.. R. A. Martin. T O. Hal lock. of Alvey. was initiated into the misteries of the degree. The installation will occur Saturday right. E. W. Jemison, who has been over in Wetzel county for some months working for an oil com pany, was home over Snnday. He will complete his work over in that section next Thursday. The Knight* of Pythia* met Saturday night and elected the following offiecers: Chancellor Commander, A. B. Smith: Vice Chancellor, J. W. Swan: Prelate, Rjrerett Smith; Master at Arms, W. W. Chrisley: Master of Work, Frank Asher; Inner Guard, Albert Aaher; Outer Guard, C. E. Riggje. Installation will occur Saturday night July 8th. iollowed by a banquet by the Ladies of the Mac cabees. Chrfrles Gregg was given the Rank of Page in the order Sat urday night.