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71 « PRICE ONE CENTU PRICE ONE CENT. WILMINGTON, DELAWARE, WEDNESDAY, r'tVr 8 , 1892 . gî~^ j w el is CHAIRMAN M KINLEY fs Oliio's Governor Presides at tlio Republican Convention, -TALK OF DARK HORSES ACS AIR. Opponent) I Express Will Win, Minister Lincoln Are Most I*r nciuly Mentioned. >f Blaine iti Harrison Confidence That Neither mil Senator Allis< anti ii Minneapolis, June 8.—Nearly Relegate was i after 11 ■very lfis seat 'lieu, shortly 'clock this forenoon, Tempo xary Chairman Fassett called tho jtional Republican convention to order. [After the report of the committee on «credentials and permanent, organization (had been disposed of Governor McKin Hey, of Ohio, was introduced us 1 _ erma nenfc chairman of tho convention. He was received with salvos of applause as he came to tho chair, and his speech of acceptance was frequently interrupted by enthusiastic cheers. The report of the committee on resolutions was then taken up. OPENING SCENES. Ex-Speaker Rood Responds to Loml Calls for a Speed». Minneapolis, Juno 8.—There toot a dozen delegates' seats unfilled when Secretary Michael Arnold, of Cal ifornia, had finished reading tho call for tho convention, but the galleries were comparatively empty, j Chairman Clarkson arose and fc. . , ,, , , , . .bounced that ho was instructed by tho i ... . , . committee to present to tho convention j for its temporary chairman Hon. J. i * Bloat Fassett, of New York. There was a round of applause at this announcement, led by the New Yorkers, and Mr. Fasset, unescorted, left his seat and started for tho platform. A path was cleared for him and a minute later Chairman Clarkson was presenting him to the cônveution. He receivod the customary vocal come, the New York delegation risi and waving their hats in his honor. ? el The hall was very quiet as Mr. Fas oatt began his speech. Tho delegates Woke up almost immediately at his al lusion to Minneapolis, and a minute later yvhen he spoke of reciprocity tliero was an enthusiastic response. Mr. Fas ntt. after thanking the convention for |he honor conferred upon him ami eu logizing Minneapolis as "the joy and piride of the great west," proceeded: *tYo are mot l^rivllogcs of o million* citizenship. As f voting Republicans gathe ami territory In tl duty of the highest ; •UHtCfcH : ■ ery , it becomes inspection of the people the belief innl poses of our party relative to all the living political guest ions of national imp» that man for leader under wl feci wo «ball bo toblisbing this belief in the f< 'Shore not a supremacy undor favorite le jCO-ftimnborH of one great party Sslect from tho roll of tho type of statesman who shall be the most complete embodiim BÔçtri : If thorc is for it ly especially i when they ^purpose of ibt contest of pMtchi tlpon the there is a grand opportunity to hear and oxj Ibn, and the m Äsor«! hoart-y tlio opinions, tho mined will l>e the contt the lBifforcnc('H should »Boors, and will i The eyes of all tho Republie the eyes of all Sfetentiy fixed upon tills e thing us; ! fo ulule f and to choc j odif- . i guidance warring facti , struggling < , but i king I «I h nl.,1 l i lUll 1 of <*t e for Republic eb co entions s this, met tog« tiier for rhiug ultimate ui «•sent differences and delicate I» dard heure be H» »Th I j arty - m« n ! ! lo of a g ti honest differoi ont tho iTi ri t Im let«:*. samt coll mil tho d there. s at ho ul adve vh tlon is friends ratify. Tho responslhility Ir c . but > will nblican party has never yet a its choice of wisely. The ilo istuko •lo a ululates; it will not mak«; a 'cr this brorul lunil tho to be lighted, tho fifths nro d t ho Republicans at out i stake here. All bonfires totwly to bo unfurled »pruval of y pbminro. i As Mr. Fassett, toward tho close of pis speech, named the loaders of the the party he pausod alter Lincoln, Grant, Garfield and others for tho rounds of applause that he knew would fallow, but when he c Jaijd Blaine" he brought tho two names tin one breath.so that applause of the rrison men would seem to mingle jvrlth tho applause of the Blaine men in recognition of the ex-secretary of state, pfiie Harrison men recognized the point, trad Senator Hiscock sat back and laughed as he applauded. \ Fassett devoted a great, deal of his Iqseech to the injustice of Democratic äenial of Democratic suffrage in the fcouth. These references finally resulted Sn the audience calling 'Reed, Reed, [Reed!" and calls for him to come for Jward. Reed finally rose and went to the plat form amid great cheering. Ho tnade a brief speech, closing as follows: It is to "Harris . hat we have do great things,!» j have u«> right to rt s, hut It is equally ti uc v tboio. Our past is glori« poi will • fill. IhLs graut country a wonderful physical p berity. It is triic that wealth has been futo tho lup of all our peoplo by tli«' gr tem which we believe in and which v jBarricil tooblor future even than having gi perily fo thu country liefere tho ltupublh ^erty.aud that nobler future is to give to ev« «nilxen of th«» United States tho liiiorty of thought and ui-tluu. Wealth aud p uoblo, but human liberty is At the conclusion of Mr. Reed's »peech there were loud calls for Gover nor McKinley, but he did not respond. After the sel- v tion of temporary offi cers and the appointment of committees g ie convention, on motion of Senator pooner, of Wisconsin, adjurned until li o'clock today. . It is truc tl <i po ii . Uut I sa> oday the slier DARK HOUSES AGAIN. Senator Allison niul Minister Lincoln Most Prominently Mentioned. Minneapolis. Juno 8.—Yesterday was « day for the revival of tho third candi date boom, not the Alger boom, but the dark horse boom. While there were va rious names mentioned in connection therewith, that most frequently heard Senator Allison, of It . It was the far east, where its ; advocated Interests seemed to be confided toj the bhargo of United States Senator Higgins, of Delaware; fiom the west and north west. where editor George Thomson, of the St. Paul Dispatch, toesota delegates, was the chief fugle man. BfcEditor Thomson spoke quite enthusi astically of the prosi»ecte of the boom, and said that «ui extern» being done by Senator Higgins and sev eral coadjutors on missionary line3. Mr. Thomson was of the opinion that the in dications seemed to point to a Third inaiiy a result which he anticipate« with apparent pleasure. "Both sides," he said, "are willing, from whul I hear to lay, to accept a compromise candidate, \Offers having been made, as reported to me, looking to the selection of one." Another editor, Frank Hatton, of the tjshington Ppst, who was postmaster fferal in Arthur's cabinet, and who is pally wel^ known for his opposition to arrison and Mr. Blaine, is of tho Min business was «resident lhe eugipeer of another d&rk horse movement. Mr. fi&rriBon seems to be .willing to take anybody which will tend to knock onf, both the principal candi dates. He came here talking for Sher J 0, but is now quoted ns having trans red inis affection to Minister Lincoln, Pufiadis. "Whatever Lincoln has at to doae NVeHj'' he sajd, "it name, but Bob Lin columns done tins, which is more than any of the other eons of heroes have done with the great w in- established reputations. i under el ami that there is quite a sentiment i~ • in Massachusetts, and lie is bo counted among the possibilities. He is a clean man, an able man, and every Republican in the country would vote Ibrahim." A reporter for the United Press met Murat Halstead on the street after the adjournment of the convention, and re called the fact that on Sunday Mr. Hal stead had given to the reporter his esti mate of the vote as it stood then relat ing to Harrison and Blaine, about H7ö d ashed him if he stood by that statement mill. "Oh," said Mr. liai stead, "that was two days ago, and you know that changes of the situation at these national conventions are kuleido scopie in character and swiftness. Sin«e Sunday the Blaine men have had a ürtlo the advantage, and I believe are in bet ter shape than their opponents. But, af fs to inch, 1 id then, the situation denn Is the of third candidate. Tho leaders grams in great numbers that the best i inn ml a new i The temper ol the Ilarrisonites with respect to an early vote 1ms under# change. They y opinion that eeeiving letters a ltd l.ele terests of tU^Tr^di." of to be of tho ••arly ■f their strength is desirable, (1 t! ,,. t th- tame es The V dm made multi show a with im-it con 8 at the head press the desire to speedily as possible, that the Harrison vote total of .513 is reiterated fidence by the quarters. ullage it NEW YORK Thirty-one of 1 he Delrgal ion Fledged for the President. j 8.—The event of I'OH HARRISON. fc. Minneapolis, J last night York delegates at the rooms of C. M. rp . . , Depew. Twenty-111110 delegates . * , ^ eM n ' the meeting of New pledged them vero ail of •h to vote for President Harrison's renomination against all candidates. Mr. Depew presided, and made a vig orous address in favor of Harrison, as also did Senutor Iliscock and others. A number of telegn is—twenty o •ad to the gathering delegales to vote for ami sn the grmi wer M'oit (ie ici t hai I end Harri nominatif terests of the party, appointed t M be for tiie 1 CominiUe visit otl •nt the r< del • st at: tio and im s why t New York fit it»* the re uiutio Besides those present «it the n more de of President liar r d that e. 'fliese, •oul«l ulLi it w said that tw would vot ) for the pr< eight would not vote for Blai tiie delegat mutely join the Harris «lent present said, BLAINE IS SILENT. The 1 -Sec >f Slat. Positively »cell ! New York, June 8.—Ex-Sccrefary Blaine, accompanied by his wife and his .... nil Bo 11 »•H. eon, .lames G. Blaine, Jr., ui Dodge (Gail Hamilton), arrived i eey City at 0:11) o'clock last night fro j Washington. Mr. Blaine, when seen a reporter, refused to be interviewed, and when tho question was put to him, "Will you grant a few minutes to a . member of the press'?" replied, "No, I i will not." • . 1 I "Have y , Mr. Secretary," the re j porter asked, "heard anything fr« - Minneapolis convention, and will y u .. ! »ay anyI hin« relative to the election of Mr. Fassett as temporary chai tho conveution?" "No," replied Mr. Blaine, "1 refuse to be interviewed, and you can enlarge as much as you please upon it." ail that he would 6«»y. The ! ex-secretary's face was flushed, au«l the flesh under both eyes was puffed up, leading those who saw him to doubt if he were in the best of health. The Blaine party did not leave the they were bound for Boston. At 0.-41 the car left tho depot and w: on to tho f< vrvboat Maryli taken to Mott Haven, where Cached to tiro train f«jr Boston that rived there at (5.50 this morning. tho t This s at d, to Im Chicago, June 8.—The bodies of five dead infants have been found secrete«! under the stones of the walk by the po lice, who will muke further investira tions. The police think they were left there by the agent or agents of sumo ly in« in hospital. - i j » J r . ,-n J m i // k, i'* ' - ;:v> J 7, j% 3 A \ J, wl m VI B iH :V : .- - w MM V: •: ,, m -• -V vj 1 8 i ft. V^-%. j m «* m mrnrn at *5; <***■ : ii^ m ill \ m ■: if: 1 m il i ff. H7 mm V ■C! •.t. , t mi __ »ta . FSE mß Bp ; m », T 'i c* y „ *<<■ cr ..Vs'Q) jRr?' ■< 3 \ ft- . Mil m % © x - fM ! it R-V / o A ^ -, 1 t,/ * « m •j Wi mm -Ÿ ; . ft c y<hv: «c/.- <i mrm 3§£/ë4y / wm>. / (Qi 'if j e mX: ♦ m Sv ' K •' RE^tlVÊ âu. "LBAjÿr -AïrcfiTioi lA\\ ■7 A» m 74 * "Ä a. /p g7ljiï££il? L % /O W f W ijty •c ®'S 0 ' \ V\ (i /JT-- 1 al /à i '! W >t ft® u I OriA /] ■ PHILADELPHIA, PA: SORROWFUL SCENES. Bur-ing the Victims of Flame £Vi Oil City, Pa., Juno 8.—The entire Oil creek valley has been converted into R y-om., 0 * " tll , * .. . ftm * more than $8,000,000 worth of prop erty destroyed is the awful result of tlio fire crowned flood, ; and Flood. HORRIBLY MAIMED AT OIL CITY. ■riblo ft ti Herings of Many Who Escaped Death—A Whole Family Duried, with N Relative Pres ral—TI lie Fi Dei h List Increasing. More than 200 dead Every' public build ul Titusville has been g in this city turned into residence n gue and every private hospital. corpses wi il bo fi Two dead bodies were take out of }•••'Hvee at Foxbnr*. forty-eight dies here. It is believed that any ti down the stre« •hen tho aters recede into their nat 1 channels. The Alleghany river and Oil creek un r receding rapidly. -"* " " 1,0,0 1 »■ »• r a q'H-st on a number of the mdies 4 ' r, *d on Monday owing to tho fact that ibelr decomTmse.l conditio,, made it necessary to bury them «it once. A ver •cordance with the facts w Bur By. held an i diet rendered. Everybody slept under porary quarters furnished by the Relief of a roof last j having been j ight, te Tho funerals if twenty-two of tho identified dead took place yesterday, I mg them that of tho Mills family-— | lather, mother and four children. The j interment was conducted by the Odd ; Fellows. Not a relative was present, ! 'ith ; the last little | Hied to the earth. The ( reland five ■ but n ill«- bitter r death ; months ago. A ket w Mills f. ily ; fr y Sad Scenes. All the bodies found so fi present the all j The bodies c horrible appear 1 i es fin* aided t he •ater. 18 tuey 111-0 iili'iititi«! mo b. ins i d for burial. s fast This is a pi lfing. < Jn every cor stand « their loved o shudder at the horrors past ami 1 willing hands aid in the mei s. .Strong task of tenderly caring f th r IT dead, blow • . of f; i The w d bus A pitiful sight to ate hole city is stunned by tho standstill. •ties dies searching in the rater and i embers. Groups : ■u and children : ; dig and hunt for lost ones, and when • found their grief is indescribable. Tlu for l.jst of ■ scenes, not t v lmmiretis are «1 burned to death, while at Johns-; the at his putatively hospital are bay of tho injured have lost ;i leg n. llei Job list c«>m all, and the sc ?s in tiie a I Many through tin? tii-e, e« been burned off, bodies I . tere»l, and still the victims live and •lied und blis sulicr. Tit ii svilie's Lc June 8.—It is now ■rvative peoplo ' l(Jt) lives have been 1 his city. Reports have, imber of bodies! i been taken out of the water be-1 here and Oil City, but as yet , these reports have not been verified. It 1 er, that «it, j • forty bodies have Titusville, i timutes! by tl th: «» 1 * that sacrificed re .. of to sent down l.he stre: as fl« ».it some distance tow before they are recovered. Thirty bodies were buried yesterday. the t if r c At mo reached here that tho h: tw t is the general opinion, how • liable to : fittsbnrg a ted that the damage d the city streets and bridges alone will •h, if not exceed, flu,Ul)0. Whole di« ns of thoroughfares have been plotely washed away by the rapidly .'«iters, and it will be a long e before the city will be able to ro nge unless outside aid in a at- substantial quantity is tendered. City It is esti ti air tho «1« Im hall presents see ?s recalling war times •1 the Johnstown disaster, the w being busily emploÿed receiving and five distributing shoes and clothing to tlio untortuimtes, while others «vre engaged po- 1,1 shortening and lengthening, f. ome altering clothing left Jit the individual to whom it ly- , tended t«> be given, I Governor Pattison and party it vill nt 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon. Kunuolph Blankenburg and Robert M. MeVVaue, of Philadelphia, the latter representing thé Red yross society, tyh the governor. The party first inspected the ruins, and then met a citizens'committee, members of the local relief çor ticnlar inquiry sanitary arrangements. There is great fear tjiat the devaying bodies yet in the debris will cause a pestilence. Mr. Blankenburg sighed two drafts of $5,000 Qity apd Titusville. A coîhinittee of three will meet Mr. Blank enburg in 0)1 City this afternoon to ar range as to how the money will be ap plied. After assuring the loc mitten that if necessary the state board of health would c mice, tiie governor and party returned to Oil Ciîy. Including the Standard Oil company's $-12.000 have been contrib caiue The •pS. • s par reference to I each for Gil ;tl c i to their wist le uled for Titusville. Ft ith His Tliri ; 8.—At urning Willi« inti Cut. early Dragon, it Philadelphia, J r in the young colored ........ ..... ......... .lvania railroad bridge ns Cresheim creek near Wissahickon 1er the P rhich i»« Heights, with his throat cut and two fearful gashes in his head. He had bi en dead several hours, anil every indication der. Dragon ; of Philip Rumbles thorough in points to a most brutal boarded at the h< (white). After making vestigntioii the police arrested Mr. and Mrs. Rumbles, Albert Clark, at their lion Martini Sprague, two colored girls. All denied k latest theory is that Humble is alone re sponsible for the crime. boarder and d Mary Dow I ledge of the ime. The j j Vesuvius ii Nah.es, J 8.—The eruption of I | j ; ! ; | ( ■ Mount Vesuvius, which has bee notice able for some time past, i: greatly ine large quantities is issuing from tho crater and flowing dowu through tho Atrio Cavullo ravine. •d in violence. Lava i INUNDATION IN INDIANA. 13 Collapse of Big Lovee Floods Twenty Milos of Fertile Land. Quiscy, Ills., ,1 j 8.—The limit levee has gi vay under the enor i re of the flood, 1 nu ! was a fertile district twenty by four dies long ide is nr vatcr fit sea of is to lift cert feet deep. extends from W.arsaw I nth, where it connects with the Indian Grave levee, eighteen miles Quincy, and most of it was under cul tivation. The The district lorth of i curved at point Otter bay, twenty-four miles n«»rth of this city, and the water is now pouring through tlio break i volume 200 feet wide and twenty feet deep, carrying everything before it. The rush of water is heard for miles, and the current is rapidly widening tho crevasse. Fortunately no loss of life has oe •red, so far as reported, as the people had been expecting the break for sev eral days, and vv the blnils at a : : know solid prepared to flee t ■ill's warning. A large force of e working like heavers to strengt he the Indian Grav !«■ o, but it is only a foot above the ay go out at any mo ment, inundating the district. ' 1 , It 1 «it, j flood level .1 CLEVELAND'3 CONFIDENCE. Tie Has No Doubt of Democratic Suc cess in November. due a >, J. 8.-General A. E. fctevc on, the head of the Illinois dele gation to tho Democratic convention, •rived hero direct fr a long cc vith ex-Prosideut Cleveland ii N«m York city. Regarding the nature a of tho cc I fercnce ith the chief whom he was assistant pcstmaster gen eral, he would not talk beyond staling that Mr. Cleveland health, and appeared confident of l v craHc success in the coming contest. "I do not speak for the Illinois dele ," said Mr. Stevenson, "because it has as yet. held no meeting, and 1 have i of its members; but Illinois man should be possibility, I believe it would rest bo gati in cas tween Palmer d Morrison. >r Palmer would be the first choice. There can be no ques tion that the attitude of Illinois in tins respect is sincere." rent, G over ! gî~^ SOVEREIGNS MEET. \ William and Alexander in Confer ence at Kiel. 'THEIR MAJESTIES EMBRACED." At Allot I he Same Til e President tlio id the Receives Visit fr< G rami Duke Ct ith Newspapers Make Much It or ih cident. Kiel, Juno 8. — Emperor William boarded tho imperial yacht Hohonzol yesterday and started for Fried richsport to heuzolle le eet the r. The IIo escorted by a dispatch boat and another yacht. Up the roadstead the imperial yacht and her escort were saluted by the warships i the harbor. Tho yards of the vessels ■d and the Russii colors were hoisted. An hour Inter tho Ilohenzollern turned in company with the Russian Imperial yacht Polar .Star, on board of which was the czar. Following clo the wake ol the imperial yachts i war ships Tsarc Tho Rus.-i« uine and Ad imperial as loudly cheered upon entering «Mislead by the crews of tlie Ger var .-hips and merchant me the Rtt. irai K. iloff. fleet the i:m • ships I were fired in honor of the imperial vis <1 salutes from the w tiier itor. The Sovereigns E braced. Before aiming ashore the czar, attired in the uniform of the German Alexan tent, visited the Ilohenzollern. met at the gangway of the tiie der n lie yacht by tiie cinperi uniliivm of the Kussiau which Tlofi \ who w regiment of ajesties embraced and kissed h for her three times. Then they de • nihd to the emperor's stateroom, ersed for twenty mia ut« s. The czar then returned to the board of which he was ined by the emperor. After liai interview their mujes landed and proceeded to t he castle, d by Pol Star, shorll gnard of h< . There » d by a guard of honor of the First Naval battalion, they 1 which La 1er a grand receptio castle. Pawis, J at Î •astie y held •d. tlio 8.—The demonstrations •y and the unexpected visit of the Grund Duke C« the cs stantine, brother of ilooked upon as being of the greatest import ance in diplomatic circles here, espe d!y in view of the fact that the lectcd the evening of his meeting with Emp.it-yr William to send the grand duk- to meet President Carnot. The Petit Journal contrasts tho eagerness with which the grand duke hastened to greet President C , to President Carnot ot with the delay •turning tho emperor's The Gaulois fays the visit of tlio 1 gland duke to President Carnot has re- ' moved all ground for ambiguity as to j the relations between iTauco and Rus- * Of the \! il. Killed B< Ohl Lov» Tracey, Cal., June 8.—Last April Waller 1). Clark went to tlio home of Tillie Ludwig, daughter of keejier, with tho int« ntion lier because she refused to Before ho found her, however, her I brother, Henry II. Ludwig, shot and severely wounded Clark. Ludwig was on trial for the shotting Monday, and : Clark. uccompar.Ku by ray to the cu use. As they were passing the hotel where Miss Liulwi hotel J of shooting | officer. •us i t house to testify I in the g lives the nng wotnnn came out and fired s il shots at Clark, killing him. y fcko is arre sted. I Maggie's \ a I New Yoke, June 8.—A jury i .»n pleas rendered favor of Miss Maggie E. finst Mrs. Alice :r d« file Hair. i the f comm. H) I I diet for Lynn i Harden brook to ree assault and the loss of a lock e«Uy red hair. Maggie was a Mrs. Hardenbrook's bons in a lit of jealous rage k< her until she became for au of decid- : >ervaut in , and she said mistress beat • si bio. When Mrs. Harden- j hroolc seized her by her auburn tresses ! and tagged at them until out. ehe threatened to le: largo lock ! Possibly local showers this evening; variable winds; slightly warmer tomor gî~^ Slngul St. Joseph, Mo., June 8.—A. remark lie case of drowning occurred In ft small pond near Forest City, Mo. Stephen Shuler, a boy 10 years of «igo, \vaa running across a foot bridge over the pond, when he fell overboard. Hiß tnother and sister, the Ritter n girl of JÎJ, witftç&secl the accident and jumped Wt9 rescue him. The water was ■ads, and, instead of Drowning Fatality, the water over their the boy', they found themselves strug gling for their own lives. The father, Stephen Shuler, summoned by the éyieô of hi.ß drowning wife und children although unable to swim, /it o jumped into the water. The tight for life lasted only neighbors reached the spot it was only lime to bodies of father, l > lng id short time. Wie n tho ■move from tho •ater tho >ther and children. Ai lier Cyclone i Tc: Dalla; The N Sunday night place, demolishing forty-tw n: .*" 1 " ■•companied by' a drench Prescott and Tex., Juno 8.—A '8 from Cleburne, Tt pedal to •It this cvelo sir houses. fife were fatally injured, being crushed by their falling house. »Several other per Crops of all kinds e badly damaged. Mineral Well and Lewisville were also visited by the storm, and considerable damage was done. IVI «ylvuniu's Stute Fair. Lancaster, Pa.. June 8.—The County Agricultural society has appointed a committee to confer with the committee of the State Fair association as to tlio site of the proposed state fair this year. Two of the state committee city and intimated that Lancaster w irefefred as tiie place for the fair. A business men's meeting will be held shortly and the necessary amount of cash subscribed to assure its being held here. •ere in the After the Trail GUTIIIUE, O. T., June 8 .—Deputy Mar shal Kress, m pursuit of the Rea Rock train robbers, sent a courier stating that his party of twelve are close on the trail of the thieves. They have left tlio Cherokee strip and gone south through th*! recently settled Cheyenne and Ara pahoe reservation. Robbers. Killed ii Tunnel. Tamaqva, Pa., June 8.—John Galla« on the cher, of Sunbury, a hrakem; Philadelphia and Reading railroad, tlio tunnel two struck by miles above this place and instantly killed. His head was crushed to a jelly, otherwise badly rafter i 1 lus body «led. A Lively Primary Election. Louisville, June 8.—Near Saylers ville, in alight at «i Republican primary election, Joseph Iligglngs shot and kille«! Robin Daniel, ex county assessor. Daniel Green lost an eye in the fracas, —ul Elijah Dungan was injured, proba bly fatally, by being struck with a rock. 1 ' j * Ku/.iug t\;st a Lifo. New Haven, Conn., Juno 8.—Wil luember of ki Rustin, of Omaha, the sophomore class of Yale college, died from injuries received while being •iety. initiated into tho D. K. E. I : NUGGETS OF NEWS. J | Hide dealers formed a national associa <ion at a meeting held in Chicago. The ill control prices. Austin Porter, held at the Carter county (Ky.) jail for wife murder, was taken fr the jail by ?d mob und lynched. The president yesterday signed the bill to ex-Senutor G. W. the Indian i I pi-nsi. gr; »f 1814. The bond into which George Westing house was obliged with the contract for furnishing the "World's fair dueetl from 81,000,000 to 8500,000. Inspector Marsh, of the detective »lepart ment in Chicago, lavs been notifletl by Muyor Washbumc that he Ls charged with receiving u loan of 8.5,000 note indorsed by John Condon, a gambler. Tiie. inspector must disprove the charge leave the force. connecta •ith electric lights was I i ninety-day : • j ! Portland. Ore., June 8.—Herman (Rep.), in the First trict, is elected to congress by 8,500 plurality. Ellis (Rep.) is elected from the second district by a bout 4,000 plur ality. Moore (Rep.), is «'fueled supreme judge by at least 6,000 plurality. For attorney general the count is not com pleted and is still in doubt, The Re publicans control both branches of the legislature. gressional dls 'ÄbTa box.; St £3 un«tu« forth a Fitts : (Ta9t e iees r ,Effectual.) B,L,6 d?eIrdAs RV01JS Such as Sick Headache, Weak Stomach, Impaired Digestion, Constipation, Liver Complaint, und Female Ailment?. Covered with a Tasteless & Belobte Of ad drweistfc Pile« ?S cent, a Wx. j I j F A ' S J— J JL J J. JL Is FLOUR! IS 1 PATÄPSCO SUPERLATIVE FLOUR. Try 14 and ÄÄ©!" orcWh,,e * PATENT I s wcet andNu * M&AhAMBRtU WrtCo.y tritious Bread. SIR. BflTM'8 FRE NCH V ITflllZEH8 A dilTtlFtyD »'OSITIVK R«toM of M A !% B.V VIUOK Rnd the only l.cfrHImata gperifle h.r SKXI' 1 A Ï4 1> F.UI 1,1 ÏY mut I OST VITALITY knjwn. A Hurvell»a* Ia\ »a«> KwSiSriisJiuiiàSiBÛ&S«» rhV*oihTnnSftn!ee" K *alo«r *1 «calco'i I*Jtjco u'c* ^'' vïïtC ¥• CATUili.k«» ntireljrlukxm; . Ca.lfsc. ii ikjfe w —: m M iJ —* J m J Best Made Clothing In %•*'/■• Philadelphia. Our Ilomc-spuns are attractive, because ol their excellence—pop* j ular, because of their moderate I cost. They are shown jn our Mil) j dows this week in all shades and latest patterns, with prices that are convincing. Light in weight, dressy, com fortable, inexpensive—nothing can give better satisfaction for warm weather wear. A fine stock of Children's Wash Stripes in Sailor Suits; also Boy's Tennis Shirts and Blazers. A. C. YATES & CO., Rnr. 13th and Chestnut Sts.. ) ■a ! Philadelphia. k Spring Attractions. Popular Prices, Hats' Gaps, Trunks, Bags. 1 Rumford Bros ,a 404 MARKET ST? coal: DY MEANS OF OUR j SELF SCREENING BINS/) Am. Coal Delivered to ötra CcsTostaai IS CLEANED OF DUSt AND DlftT. i We are furnishing tho best coals mined and at ßummer prices. G. W. BUSH & SONS CO 4 FRENCH STREET WHARF* jP .t. r on ntt I Tub STATff or DKtAW.VRE, S 8,S *« To tho Sheriff |of New Ouatle County,« Greeting: Whkrkas, IlASWAn'BMiTa Scottxbt by j -I her petition to the Judges of our/ seal Superior court fllea In the ofnoaj Protlionotury of said court in and for the County of Nov? C&Stle, for, tliô cause of complaint thoteln nM ttUKM, application to Our said JddgeS that a do*, cree may be pvououuood dissolving tlio marriage existing between the petition* er and Joshua Sc*» I We. there foro.'foiumaBd you. Tieiutoforo m (Kjiuuiaudou. K>n Jos!.».a that d appear ° . said Cottrt at tho n^term t hers of to be held fit Wilmington, on Monday, the nineteenth day ot Soptjmter next, to •or the allegations of the said petts the Act of Assen» made and pro* » nd receive whdt; and there const* ■ K»j I rt shall seem meet and consistent „ o provisions of the said set of , Assembly, and i uve you then there thi* writ i Ii * * % you wero tba« yoa I tioner, according bly In such v Moil, and also the C dor concerning her the Co do a •t shall th is behalf Vitness tlio ITonorahle Joseph P. Wilmington, th® : !>., eighteen ' of^Mny, A. C< d:iy 1 hundred Issued Mu I siii. Ii A. nORTY.Pro'f . StnunouH, siierltr* -ltw l'Kl lly order of W nls. suHiuioni UiTorc . J7 Wm. Tv ad am 's Microbe Killer purl 11 cs tho blood, vigorates and builds up t he system* Trv it. Jolin J. Wil-' Lei id, Aßt., 319 West Sicond street.