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WILMINGTON, DEL., MONDAY, JANUARY 4, 1892.
PRICE ONE CENT.
PRICE ONE CENT.
!
More Data Required.
It now only remains for Judge of
Crimes Foster to pass sentence on the
three oonvicted prisoners. Relative to
Cortez's implication the prosecutor fiscal
Bays that more data are required. The |
fiscal comes to the conclusion that it is i
"*"**»• .
»ÄÄÄÄL 8 : !
Ä'fth JUdg ?b Fa,tCr ,' 8 re P° r l• «*■ j
fled that he eaw three police™» ho dtog I
The President's Message to Con K re«,.
Washington, Jan. 4.—The president
la at work on liis message to congress ro
carding the Chilean affair and tile etate
aepartment has the correspondence
nearly all ready These documents may
he delayed eo as to include the report of
Colonel W. B. Eerney, judge advocato
general of the navy, who has gone to
Ban Francisco to obtain the statements
'■ of the Baltimore's sailors and the report
- Of Captain Schley.
Ssnor Montt, the Chilean minister has
received official confirmation of the com
pietion of the new cabinet by President
Jorge Montt. The minister regards the
new cabinet as a strong and ableone.
Ail the members of it, he says, ore law
yers. It represents all political parties,
anti is strong in that it has the support
of all the factions in congress and all the
people. The members composing the
cabinet are of high standing in social
and political life.
THtUALTIMORE CASE
Valparaiao'i Fiscal Conoludea Hia
Eeview.
EE FINDS THEEE 0HILEAN8 GUILTY
Of Stabbing the Baltimore Sailors
and the American Seaman David
son Guilty of Assaulting a Chilean
Sailor—The Chilean Government
Willing to Accept Arbitrators.
Valparaiso, Jan. 4.— The procurator
fiscal has concluded his review of the
Baltimore case. He finds that Rodriguez,
Gomez and Azumada, the three rioters
who were held by Judge of Crimee Fos
ter, are guilty of stabbing and otherwise
wounding the American sailors, bnt ho
says that the evidence is not strong
enough to show that the wounds inflicted
by the four prisoners caused the deaths
or Boatswain's Mate Charles Riggin and
Coal Heaver Turnbull. He finds the
Baltimore sailor Davidson guilty of as
sault upon a Chilean sailor.
The Prison ars.
Rodrigues acknowledged stabbing
Riggin because the latter assaulted one
of the sailors of the Chilian torpedo boat
Almirante Cochraue. Seeing the Chilian
seamen ill treated Rodriguez stuck his
Imife into Riggin's back.
Gomez admitted stabbing Turnbull in
«he back three times and said he did
in defending soma friends of his whom
Turnbull had knocked down.
Azumada denied having anything to
do with the assault, but was shown by
other witnesses to have participated in
It
Cortez, another of the prisoners, also
Alleged that he took no part in the affair.
A revolver was found on him, hut ho
■aid that he carried it to defend himself.
Riggin at the time t
The Chilean consul at Mendoza, Ar
gentine Republic, Senor Torres, who
had a quarrel there recently with Salva
dor Sanfuentes, Balmaceda's governor of
conception, resulting in the death of
Banfuentes and the wounding of Colonel
Urrutia, his friend, fled toward Chile
after the affair to escape arrest by tho
Argentine police. He is accused of be
ing the instigator of Sanfuentea' killing.
Anxions to Accept Arbitrators.
At the Moneda prominent officials say
that Minister Pedro Mpntt lias been
notified that the Chilean govemmrnfc
was willing and anxious to accept arbi
trators mutually agreeable to both c
tries, in the Baltimore affair, if that
► should be proposed by the United
. The report of the fiscal will be
fifbled today for the information of the
TJnited States government. It is prob
able that an extended amnesty will be
proclaimed shortly.
The red badge, which hitherto has
been
Congressionalist soldiers to
euisn them
be removed
CK
h I
worn on the arms of the
diatin
from the Balnmccdists, is to
by order of the
. This is done so as
minister
to remove all
distinction, and is a step toward the ob
literation of the feelingo of hatred en
gendered by the late war.
of
Mysterious Activity In Santiago.
San Francisco, Jan. 4.—A dispatch
last night from Santiago says the cruiser
San Francisco is transferring large
quantities of ammunition and other sup
"es to the cruiser Charleston. The
harle8ton has received orders to bo
ready for sea at a moment's notice. It
was authoritively stated that General
McCook is preparing to receive several
companies of artilleriey which have been
ordered transferred to this point. There
is more mysterious activity reported
from Santiago than ever before.
Dog Ski
New York, Jan. 4.—The operation of
grafting the skin of a dog to a human
arm bus been successfully tried by Dr.
(filas C. Blaisdel, of Williamsburg, '
the case of Lbiti Ottosuzzi, an Italian
boy, 14 years old, who has been in the
Eastern district hospital, Williamsburg,
for more then two months. The doctor
placed twelve clippings of frog skins to
the boy's arm, along with twenty clip
pings of human skin, and twenty-eight
of dog skin. Of these none of the frog
skins adhered, but eight of the human
fragments and twenty-one of the dug
did.
His A
in
General Grant's Remains.
Washington, Jan. 4.—Senator Mann
derson will make
effort during the
coming week in the senate committee
on military affairs to call
Plumb s resolution for tlie removal of
General Grant's remains from New
York to Arlington cianetery.
senator
Alfred O. Mann, aged 22, assistant
cashier of the San Pedro (Cal.), bunk, shot
married
and killed himself.
Christmas day and had just reiurned fn:
th« wadding trip.
•ulcid« is known.
He
No reason for the
Orenk. Greet* too, Both th. MU
lionoire »nd HU Daughter.
Kew York, Jan. Way Goal re
eeive, many alarming letters in hut la.ly
mail, but none has caused him more
worry than the following:
•■I know how to get near you a id if
you don't send me a few thousand dollars
\ will certainly throw my hat full cf dy
narnite under your carnage the neat
tune you take a drive. The dynamite ,
von a e 5Äms Tsimed 1 )" 8 AD 83"
y Prinz Von Michael another c:-ank, '
called to offer his heart and hard to
Miss Helen Gould. But lie was discreet.
H. rang the bell of Dr. Henrys house,
next door to Jay Gould. Katie the
housemaid, answered the ring. The
Prinz rambled awhile. Then he broke
out, "I wunt a wife. Don't yon want to
get married? Say, ain't you Helen
Gould?" Kate said no, she wasn't, and
made haste to escape. The crazy man
went away, but returned an hour later,
and asked her to "give this letter to
Helen Gould." She Refused to take it.
Kate made an excuse andliurried uway.
She told Dr. Henry and he sert his
man for a policeman. Von Michael was
locked up on a charge of disorderly con- j
duct preferred by Edwin Gould. j
This was a slight relief to the fa uily,
but the members do not feel entirely j
safe yet. In fact so great is their sense i
of danger that a detective, statione d in
the Windsor hotel, constantly waiches ,
the house. I
Saw telle's Body Stolen. ! !
Concord, N. H., Jan. 4.—The body of .
Isaac Sawtelle, the famous murderer, is ,
causing the state as much trouble dead
hrt^ftrcoÂ!ÿ r $S, e (K»to ,n raïhim
down, conduct his numerous trials^ and
convict him, but since his death . upon ,
demand of the various cemetery clorpo
rations in New Hampshire, the stalje po
lice have been kept busy keeping his
relatives from interring him surtepti
tiously. Late Saturday night some one
stole the body while it was in tliecare
of state officers at Great Falls, and it is
believed to have been pilfered by pàrties
acting for some medical body in' this
state or Massachusetts, as there basa
great desire to dissect his brain.
The Kaiser's Kcccntriclty.
Berun Jan 4.-The buzz of com
every «.amfestaUcm
of eccentncity^by the kiarriw
•iMirred on PhHstmns d»v kft«r
the religious services had been^hdd at
Potsdam on the morning of thatfday!
the emperor summoned the commandera
of tile various regiments of the garrison
to meet him in the church, and address
ing them collectively "Pray tell ! who
cannot dance not to attend to Court
dances." The selection of such a place
and time for the making of such a re
quest has caused astonishment aside
from the rather peculiar cuture of the
request or order itself.
A Slate Pencil In Ills Lived.
Ashland Pa Jan 4—John Finn
nery aged 12 years of' Mahanov Plane
slate pencil the other dav It
penetrated the left lung and lod£d in
the liver Soon after tho hnv'slhodv
* to 8 5 tïers
alarmed and summoned a physician,
but he could do nothing to prever t the
swelling which has developed the hnv'n
body to an enormous size SatilnHv
ntaht vonn* Flannerv w-fs brouXtta
the Miners* hostatal where 3i„g
succeeded in removing the nenril itIm
CLln a crS con^riou^Sud the«
arc no hopes of his recovery.
*
Dissatisfied Watch Opérât i vès.
Chicago, Jan. 4.-Three thousand op
eratives of the Elgin National Watch
company, Elgin, llis., stand ready to
etnke and only await the signal to cniet.
Several hundred skilled workmen in
two department« walked out Saturday.
^ .«to fa " *>■« strike will
become general. Two weeks ago jhero
were rumors to the effect that, a go leral
"cut down" was contemplated bj the
management. These rumors were veri
«<*1 on the pay day following, whe r tho
employee found tW wages doer rased
frum 15 to 60 per cent.
-
Agricultural Society's New oflim-rR.
Reapino, Pa., Jan. 4.—The fortieth
annual meeting of the Berks County Ag
ncultmal society was held in the court
house. Following officers were elected:
President, James McGowan; secretary,
Cyrus T. Fox; corresponding secretary!
Stephen M. Meredith; treasurer, Milford
N. Ritter. The dates for the next fair
are Sept. 6, 7, 8 and 9. Hon. Georte D.
Stitzel, of Reading, was elected a 110 m
her of of tho state board of agriculture
for three years. ]
JAY UOULD THREATENED.
heard
which
fell
beg
William Hess' Double Affliction,
Mt. Carbon. l J a., Jan. 4.—William
Hass, of this place, buried his wife Sa t
urday afternoon. Shortly before
funeral a young lady, while carrying
Mr. Hess'. 2-year-old child downstairs,
accidentally stumbled and fell tf> tlm
bottom. She received some severe
bruises, and tlie child sustained a Trac
ture of the skull and other injuries,
from which it cannot rerover.
the
»
Their Business Gone Wrong.
Rolling Fork, Miss., Jan. 4ΗÂ.
Simule, one of the largest planters and
merchants a Sharkey county, has fiiado
an assignment. Liabilities unknown;
assets, $335,000.
Indianapolis, Jan. 4.— Joseph Meyer,
jeweler; David Newman, clothier the
former with liabilities at $27,000 and the
latter with $20,000 indebtedness, have
gone into liquidation.
The Paris Ofilt ial (kntte pnblîajbes a
decree issued by the government
ing that Boulogne will thereafter be open
to the admission of salt pork fronji the
United States.
Anthony P. Silvas, a colored man,
arrested at New Orleans for stabbing
other negro. He was innocent, but
badly frightened by the arrest that bp fell
in a fit and die«!.
Result of a Family Jar.
Sheboygan, Win., Jan. 4.—Shortly
before midnight Saturday, Edwin Fair
child shot his stepdaughter, Aplisle
Johnson, aud the® turned the revolver
on himself, and was instantly killed.
The girl will probably live. The tragedy
was the,'- .,f a family jar.
GRÄVFS CONFESSES
U11H.ILJ Will LJJLJ.
-
H A|Jmit8 That He gent th(J p oi _
Barnabv
BOn to Mrs. BarnaDy.
„ . Tl T „ nI „ .
LAWYER BALLOU IMPLICATED,
-
Th. Doctor, After Being Convicted
on Satnrda,. Blame. Him for In
, .Mga.lng th. Whole Piot-When
T " kßn " H " Ce, ' "* ,h ° Prl " on He
' Attempt, to Commit Biilclee.
Denver, Jan. 4.—Dr. Thatcher
Q who ls chnrged with the mtIrder
, T '.. _ " ,
o( Josephine B. Barnaby, at 10 o'clock i
Snturday night, was declared guilty of !
murder in the first degree. Afterwards ]
, n route to the iail ha confessed liavimr
* n T oonrefl '^ a having ,
sent the bottle of poison to Mrs. Barn- ;
aby, and at the same time accused j
Lawyer Daniel R Ballon of Providence i
p r «ifuh.»!-- ««
L ' with having been the instigator of
crime. Ballou left Denver for
Chicago and will be arrested by the
time this appears in print. Dr. Graves' {
j oged mother is at death's door and his 1
j wife is going mad. :
Immediately after the jury rendered j
j • verdict Deputy Sheriff James Wilson j
i *md George W. Means removed the pris
oner to the county jail. In telling the 1
, Btory yeeterday Wilson said: "I sug
I gested getting into a carriage to go over
! TleawB 'let'me'walk/ho wiid,°^it C raav
. make me feel better. I ahull not live
, much longer.' i
Ballou Instigates the Plot.
theTÄrwe fen to S X n hüfi 0 wit°h
nn e8 S s W f! ml n 1 ill 5,1 f
, SS^elded tothe first inLcemen '
j 8a j ( | +/ 1 L m . 1 cement.
« 'Nnw <Wtr»r u aan
victed after a fair trial nn,l vn„r SïfJ
heme liesinmaking a clean breast of rt
and relvim? on thJ rlnmmnv A?*?.«
ernor ' ^ ° y ® ov '
..T)! a™.™» At nn™
i.t uinm* t i
am not to blame Ballon w^tta^nïtinr
of the entire Dlot He f^mSifiS
«aid that mxXance« were at a low ebb
of the difflcuUy? hf saltan," Sw™
the way we adopted. Ballou planned
the entire scheme.'
Reported Attempt at Suicide.
At the 3 ftil Dr - Graves gave way
to the awful effect» of the situation. He
a«nk down in the chair inside the iron
bars like one in a faint. Ho cried softly
a»? pitifully. Dr Graves is reported
to have made an attempt to commit sui
c l de b >' to swallow the contents
?! a ® mR i 1 X ,a1 » but waa prevented by
timely interference of a guard,
The crime for which Dr. Graves is
convicted took place in Denver last
April, hut the history relating to it dates j
baek for a number of years. Mrs. Bar
naby was the wife of J. H. Barnaby, a j
wealthy merchant of Providence, R. I., ;
who secured a divorce from his wife,
leaving her with a fortune of $100,000 >
?? <l an annual income of $2.500. Dr.
«raves was her intimate friend and fi
Dancial adviser on a salary of $5,000 a
J r, , , .. .
Mrs - Ban>ab y Rpont a portion of each
*? mm er at the residence of Edward
Bennett, at Blue Mountain Lake, N. Y.
Bast spring while there she and Dr.
9 raves ha3 a misunderstanding, Mrs.
Barnaby immediately started west, and
«Ä «rived m Denver, where sh 9
visi ted the Worrells.
On April 8, six days before shear
Jived there, a package came to her ad
fabMed^'Fi w OlT , \Vlii-'kv t< fmn,'ennr
friendin thoworMls"
the 13thî afters drivoshe and Mrs f
Worrell drink the contenta of the hoi
tie /nd l»th wot! taken Ul and
Baraev^"er anfferbm terr'ibte amînv
diSÄ Wort SJf! Ä àt tîîfe/d
of a few days
Physicians declared that the women
suffered from arsenical noisonimr and
the detectives were set to work 8 The
Woretdta wïre toneflctariM in' Mrs
Arty's LilUo Um extenf of »lÄ
Rnd Dr. Graves far *-.>5 000 Suspicion
was east upon the Wm-Veiiä i, n i
tien was ever taken The writing noon
tlm package resembled that of Dr
Graves and'he was indicted for
and released
Columbus, O., Jan. 4.-Although the
. • i « u *. t f
'cnatorml fight will not be settled until
the joint caucus meets this week,
Governor Foraker and his friends
•der
$.10,000 bonds.
THB OHIO SPEAKER SHIP.
Shorman's Friends Nominate Lewis O.
Laylin for Speaker.
nominated Lewis C. Laylin, of Huron
countv for sneaker John F McGrew
c )UIU > - «P^er. John t. JUcGrtw,
ceived a stunning blow to their hopes
Saturday afternoon when the Republi
cans of tlie house held a caucus and
of Clarke county, was the man whom
the Foraker
supported for the
speakership of the house. Only
bal
cast, Laylin getting 88 votes and
lot
McGrew 34.
Washington, Jan. 4.— Secretary Fos
ter, Rpeaking about the Ohio speaker
ship caucus nomination and the sena
torial contest in that state says: "I
look upon the outcome of t he caucus on
the speakership nomination as practic
ally disusing of the senatorial question.
Mr. Sherman will bo the nominee of
his party and will be returned to the
senate, as I have all along believed he
would, and ought to be. Tho struggle
has, however, practically ended."
Riotous Km ploy
Grf.ensbur<j, Pa., Jan. 4.—A riot oc
curred at Millwood between tlie
ployes of the Westmoreland Dairy com
pany. Firearms were freely used and
several persons whose names have not
of them
fatally. Warrants have been issued for
the rioters.
et been learned were shot,
An Old Woman Burned to Death.
Norristown, Pa,, Jan. 4. — While
Mrs. Samuel Ashenfelter, aged DO,
sitting alone in the kitchen of her home
near Jeffersonville, she was attacks
with an
the stove
burned to death.
aponlectic stroke and fell agal
j. Before discovered she v
bloody 8fMirr
Re ta thB rf Two Per , 0IU|
,nd Fatal Wounding of Other,.
Monticello, Fla., Jan. 4 ,-Nowb has
i n3 ' boen ^ • messenger
/rom Perry , Taylor coanty , fifty miles
south of this place, of a bloody street
fight which took place last Thursday, in
which Bob Parker, 25 years old, was iu
8 * antiy kilI(H , aIld threB otbert fatally
wounded. One of them,ea-County Judge
John J. Garnto, died from hisinjur.es
early yesterday morning. Thomas Wal
ters, another of the wounded men, cun
°, nlv livB a few hours, his wounds being
niade by William Panter, brother of
i Bob.
! Walters was the first man wounded,
] ' !H ' held the two Parkers and Marion
Murphy at bay for nearly ten minutes
, Wlth hi3 hiä msu ii imta being
; armed with shot guns and knives,
j -Judge Garnto tried to stop the fight,
i t ut accidentally got in front of William
Parker's gun and received the contents
of tw0 barrs , H in hi9 8tomHch .
The coroner's jury found that Walters
killed Bob Parker in self defense,
{ William Parker and Marion Murphy,
1 who fired at Walters, aie now in jail
: closely guarded a waiting result of
j Walkers wound,
j
1
"oT* 6 ® teame J' N ^ r ^
Iand » of the Red btar line » which M*
i Antwerp Saturday for New York, col
lided with the Schill well, which
« r " vin « fr0,n Chil °' wl ' h «»>'
petre - The collision took place off the
Be !* iaa . coast -
Luter information says that fifteen of
th® crew of the Chillwell were drowned,
Several went down with the bark.
^d others clung to the wreckage
of thft latter dropping into the
through weakness before assistance
rived.
i v a h„.zb„-. t", k«
xkt % braskaa _Governorship.
« T V 1 A . SI J IWOT °^ Jan - 4.—W hile no of
'".t™. "" - S"Stetei
and ^arer for The ^ovorm.mhi^ol
NebÄin favorôf tE™«it c»
be noeitively stated the court will render
such a decision. It enn also lie stated,
in consequence, that there is serious
trouble ahead for the person or persons
who gave out the information before
the dednon was forma ly rendered by |
the court. .Chief Justice I tiller in
stituted an investigation which is still
» progress with a view to ferreting out
tiie gputy parties,
Reading, Pa.. Jan. 4.—A guardian
j was appointed here under peculiar cir
cumstancea. Lewis Sassaman petitioned
j the court for a guardian to take charge
; of his person ami estate, although his
father is still living. He alleged that
> the latter has been cruel and harsh in
his treatment of him, and stated that he
desired to have the benefit of his own
earnings. The father denied the.il*
gat,ua v 0 /, 1 treatment. Judge Bland
granted the petitioner's request ou the
ground that it would be b*?t for his in
torests, and it would give the Mate a bet- i
ter citizen.
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Lashes for Thieves.
M*na«ux, Jan. 4.-Fifty c«*a of
theft were tried here the past thirty
days in the local criminal court, tlu>4
convicted dicing each given 100 lashes i
"'" hCxt a nin8 Th * h '* h T ay '
man Dolores Peri-BjChisf amon* other. I
nil)™ aft"er d â ^ 01 !?*« 'b®
police after a bloody fight in which eix
^'he robbers and three tmheemen were
h„ a?; ro save himself f
h! ' 8 t "" d ,Ut ® 8 ®" d ® n ^
COLLISION AT SEA.
Fifteen of a 8teainer\i Crew Drowned.
A E ark's Crew.
, some
A Son Atralusf HI« Father*
beirqj »hot
»up
plied the government with information
through which it is believed tho whole
baud will eventually lie secured.
Naval Cadet Cruse Again Dismissed.
Annapolis, Mil., Jan. 4.—Naval Cadet
A. J. Cruse, of Pennsylvania, of tho
fourth class, who was dismissed last
year for refusing to inform on a cadet
charged with hanging, and who
reappointed, has again been di.sinisbsd.
He ;uked for Christmas leave, and, be
ing refused, he took it, leaving the
academy on Christmas evening uud not
returning until Sunday.
Haney Hel«! for Murder.
Philadelphia, Jan. 4.—Coroner Ash
inquest jvi tho CMJIA of
urdered in the
brid^<> held
Ella »Vinters, who
stable at Taney and Brown streets. Thu
result was the commitimmt of John D.
Haney to await the action of the grand
jury, and Frederick Don ken w oil die,
who was arrested with Haney upon
picion, was discharged.
A Now Railroad Charternd.
Harrisburg, Jan. 4.— A charter was
granted at the State department to the
Omidersport and Wel'aboro railroad
company, capital $l 30,000. Tho line will
be thirteen miles lung from Galeton,
Potter county, to Ausonia, Tioga
county.
Mules Drowned in a Mine.
Ashland, Pa., .Tan. 4.—A large dam
in the Preston mine bursted earl y yoa
terday morning, flooding tho bottom
lift, and drowning nine mules. The
water has risen above the collars and all
work will have to be suspended.
The We»
flier.
Fair, warmer tomorrow; northwest
winds.
NTJGGBT8 OF NEWS.
The long expected return of conviefcs to
the Knoxville, T
plisbed
mines
Saturday without violence.
Booth's carriage factory,
deployed by fire. It i
that a number of people
injured by falling walls.
bus,
parted
«ither killed
o.,
Heavy Know ln York S *t
COURT!.AND,
er-t lull
catarino oarza.
Duval county and a posse of United
deputy m^ata.Lve j4t «rivld
cXnM P.ÏÏÔ S'"""' ^"
«>o Ladern in the Garza movement,
Lieu^n.nt Langhorn
rL™J° ,,
from Los Cuenate« ranch and five
^355°îhî*TTnif2 l ^Sï2 1, 2ïïîî?
e.," ^ in ' ™ deme^Äper« It h
^t'kiowu thatanyo^^hem were
| ■ ^ .Uhough many shoS were
B ™," f Ter them y
? b,
81
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prisoner, is a prominent citizen of
i northern Mexico. He will be tried in
the Federal court here upon the charge
of violating the neutrality laws of this
country. He is said to be poswewed of
^ , a u t , ,
tssto Longano, who led t.ie outlaws at
Rétamai, is a prisoner m the guard house
i Ringgold.
I
THE REVOLDIIONISIS
Defeated by tbe United States
Troops,
PK1S0NEES AND EQUIPMENT SEIZED
General Stanley Thinks He Can Keep
the Mexican Offenders in Subjec
tion with tho Present Military
Force—Two United States Soldiers
Reported Killed In Texas.
San Antonia, Tex., Jan. 4.—Tlie work
of United States troops in routing the
Garza revolutionists
the border have
so far l>een very successful, and General
David Stanley states that he believes
that he can keep the Mexican offenders
in subjection with the present military
force.
Another engagement took place Sat
urday near Fort Ringgold, the following
account of which was received at the
military department headquarters here :
"Second Lieutenant George T. Lang
horn, of the Third cavalry, and his de
tachment of thirty troops with sheriff of
&
Ér.
M
3
m
• ^
W
uaze, who was one of
'ports that they
lutionists three
Horae« and Equipment Captured.
"The horses and equipment of several
were captured, as were also two gToss of
ammunition, badges and
tant papers. Lieutenano
stows high praise npon Private Walker,
of Troop C, Third calvary. I consider
the succees of Lieutenant Langborn im
I will forward
report by mail." The diapateli is
signed Captain W. T. Wheeler, of the
Third cavalry, who is the temporary
commander of Fort Ringgold during the
nee of Captain John G. Bourke, who
gaged in scouting operations.
Colonel Pablo Muaze. who waa taken
Langii
lmpor
bfl
F urtant aud meritorious,
nil
Horribly Wounded.
is horribly vronnded and
must lose his leg. Prisoner admits he
wa* shot a few da
of Garsa's men,
w*§ fighting United States troopy. He
■ays he was hit in a fight near Torte lias
Ranch, where Garza had two
killed and wounded. Torlellas iS in
Mexico. The two men of Garza's band
are reported wounded in Bounce s tight
at Uetanial, whom he hopes to catch in
short time.
1 bis
;e ana was
will not sav he
Jut
President Diaz's Fear.
The greatest apprehension that Pres
ident Diaz feels concerning the move
ment is that Garza has confederates
among the higher officials of the repub
lic and there is a secret orgauizarion
among the discontemed classes of the
people in the City of Mexico and the
other principal cities of Mexico.
The report that Garza visited the City
of Mexico during the month of Novem
Dt*r has been confirmed, and there is
>n to believe that he made the
i*ii with a definite object in view. That
as to obtain financial support
id employ a force of secret ageuts who
ere instructed to enlist the sympathy
of the people iu his proposed forcible
restoration of the constitution of 1857.
w
An Entire Family Stricken.
Haverhill, Mass., Jan. 4.—Mr. and
Mrs. Adams have died of grip within a
few days of each othor, and a third
member of the family is at the point of
death. The other members of the fain
con ynlescing from the disease.
iiy
" WORTH A GUINEA A HOY."
In the family
ore often the resuu of
it people know.
tiisordtrtd digestion
BEECHAM'S
: PILLS SSi
r ' n w.';£i
nn.
Mtamarh, Impaired
•rdereit Liver. Cam
•11 ■IU««s ivmd It
Of al *drue»ists. Price 25 cents a bo*.
New York Depot, 34J5 Canal St.
U
YOUNG MAN! YOUNG WOMAN!
kiladelphia
Colonel A. K. McClure, editor of tho "Î
Times," says :
• Tho lack of capable
or BliAINS, but BEOAU8K OUR YOUTH
TAUGHT PRACTICAL THINGS."
to All the respouBlblepositions In life c<
NOT PHOPKRI.Y
rnou
TRAINED
DO YOU WANT A SITUATION?
OR A BETTER ONES ?
OR DO YOU WANTTO BE PROMOTED
THEN LEARN:
To write a good, rapid business hand. To make out a balanée sheet, sliow
To be qui< k and accurate at figures. detail the condition of the business.
To c over the wide range of commercial To write a good, business letter,
calculations. correct to all datai s.
To be familar with the business short cuts.To spell all business jwords correot
To open, keep and close a complicated *
set of books by doubly entry.
To write short hand. To operate a
type-wri ter.
All this and more can he learned at
;
^e familiar with
Jaud terms.
commercial law
To
Goldey Wilmington Commercial College
AND
SCHOOL OF SHORT-HAND ANO TYPE-WRITl[NG,
MONDAY, JAN. 4a
THE DAY AND EVENING SESSIONS rnume
INDIVIDUAL Instruction. Admitted at ANY TIME, any ade (| BcjiTH SEXE®
SHORT HAND BY ELECTRICITY,
•8t Intjen
H
t pin of the a fire.
of the Greatest In
Graduates aided to Positions. More Application^
tent Graduates than can be Filled. Cali or
for Catalogue.
-o
H. S. GOLDEY, Principal
/ .
-
5th and Shipley Sts.
MH 25TB.
The entire line of CARPETS,
OIL CLOTHS,
UPHOLSTERY and FURNISHING
MATTINGS,
GOODS to be sold.
Tho chance of YEARS to se
cure BARGAINS.
9
LEA'S
]J
I tj
!
Farina
IImiw
I
my
hi
For Sale by all
Leading Dealers.
C Ü A L.
-BY MEANS OF OUll
SELF SCREENING BINS,
Oua Customers
All Coal Demtkiwd
IS GLEANED OF DUST AND DIRT.
We are furnishing the best coals
mined and at summer prices.
G. W. BUSH & SONS CO.
FRENCH STREET WHARF.
GEORGE H. McCALL CO..
Agents for Lehigh Valley Coals«
.—Also Dealers Im—■*
?
FIRE BRICK, FIRE CLAY, MARBLE
DUST, CALCINE PLASTER
and GOAT and CATTLE
HAIR.
«75.
Nlilpiey and Foot
unlMr
Telephone N
■es: Kitflith »
h Street.
Foui
PATAPSCO
SUPERLATIVE
FLOUR.
T ry 11 and
have White,
Sweet andNu
tritious Bread.
i PATENT I
kAMiamwificy
rep rcscii ted lu Phll
adolphlu by
JOS. F. REINHART,
Iso. 23 Soutli Front St.
'e are Head
quarters for
all brands of
FLOUR.
A large stock of dried
to select from. Fivo hundred c
d evaporated fruits
CANNED GOODS
ook. Y
of the city by street
3. They pass our
V
LYNCH & LEARY.
GROCERS.
N.W.Gor. 4th and MADISON STS
ft. ft. Stocks, Gil, Grain and Provisions
Bought and sold lor cash on
margin,
large or small lots.
J. D. M'CDONALD
5
COMMISSION imOfiLR,
No. Ö, E. Fifth St.
tl CbiCHiTU
;
Direct N. Y..
di3-l
bt vud .«Te.lwL
icrfl -rnt (Unaa
-
F ayed edges look bad but on n
do they look half a a bad os on oolla
». There might be some exouse I
uof/pened to be dear, but it isn't,
contrary, It was never cheaper,
twofttne things about our collars
quality and prioe, and we have
price down line enough to suit a
GILES
703 MABKET
Men's Goods. JHE
lÜÀntfiÜÛü KfcttTORCD.
** SAW ATI VO/' tkf
Wonderful Spaniel
Hüim-dj-, ta sold with *
Written
Own
ro all Nervoua i
, auch aa W
Memory, tan of Bi
Power, Headache,
WakefulnoM, Lost Man
hood. NerroUBDesa, Loo
sttude, all drain* and
lot* of power of th«
eratlve Organs, H»
rer ererUon, youthful Indeacretton*. or tha excMiiv« MS
•e olr tobacco, opium, or stimulant*, which ultimately
. ad to Infirmity, Couaumptlou and InaonlW.
form to carry In the rest pocket
«1 * package, or 6 for fS. With every «1 order we gire
a written euaraiitee to cur® or refund th«
®y. Sent by mail to any uddrooo. Circular free.
lefora A. After Use.
Photographed from life.
:
'
Mqd1I<
MAiDK
'oper. Addreoo,
IEMICAL C0„ Brsnch omce for U.&A
car born Street. CHICAGO. ILL.
WILMINGTON. L»KL, r ~
. 303 Market St.
- ^eroud and Msrf—* Sta.
FOR
tterUkt K
U H
EXAMINE ETEt FKBE1
OCULISTS'
Y<|»U THINK YOUR EYE« ARB GOOD f.
.ri-nu havo them examined youwill Hrobab
findithut there ia eomethinf wrong with thei
and that idawe« will l>e a. gren help to y«m.
Wf imeTnlmitftble "DIA ■AM®"*'l«o»««,w
>nly b vus, and reoounueuaed 1
lng OcuUstBus tue best aid* to de.ictive
Sole Gold Speetaclca «3.O0f
fite!- Hpertacles - - .50»
Artificial Iiyes inserted 4.O0i
If
usual priee^H
usual price I
usual price 1«
U. jSWEWAM & BRO. 1130 S .Ninth
OPTICIANS. I PHILAO ELPH
1 W alnut It r a a*»
KROÙÏ'S RHEUMATIC REMEDI
win p

dl»
:ute or Chronic Mino»
By rtrictly obaervinf
111 cura you p«rman>
b •
,t
it w
x r :
•ur re*
!
ROUT'S RHEUMATIC EKMEDT,
bj b
TlotttV* &cr PUli, 25 Gtt. B«b
- d o/ri'in î'ec.oé?tbt'm*Ml' 1 U **
"aLHKKT 0 KKOUT 1 ,
3637 Murk«» Street. Uhilad'i
$1. CO far Bott
JAPANESE ,
piLE
'i? ~ j( ft'
ofcwV
K
a
rim»:
P
A Gjujuanieed Curo for Pllos of wbatotref
; kind br <)*•*! ce—Ext ornai. Internal. Ullnd of
HleeilliiK Itvblnjr. t'hronio. Recent or Heredi
tary. 'J lila Remedy has poaitlvely never been
known to fall. $i.(Viabox. « boxe« for é.OO;
I y rmill prepaid on receipt of price. A
Guarantee positively giveu to each
purcl|a«»r of G boxe», when purotaaaod atone
litre, to re» und tho is paid tf not oured. tîuer _
enter iwued h\' V. R. Y) \ VKORTH. nru*«rlet
irent Second and Market etrreta, W11« ' M
1 . Delaware. euU-it-d-w '.M

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