SHERIFF'S SALE. —B Y VIRTUE OF A
writ of Lavarl Faclaa, 10 me directed,
ba axposad to public sale at the
Hotel In Buuiton. Mill Creek hundred.
Hew Castle county, State of Delaware.
THIS ttth DAY OF DECEMBER, 1896,
at 10 o'clock a. rn.,
the following described real estate.
All thoee two certain tract* of land
the building* thereon erected, altuute In
HIM Creek hundred, New Castle county
Aforesaid, bounded and described
Beginning at a stake in a line of lands
of Barton McElwce. It being an old corner
of lands lato of John Crossan. thence by
said Barton McElw»*
six courses and dintai
land these next
. namely: North
old stone; south 67 do
and 45 mini
B ret'S west 9 chains and 89 links
t the place of an old stone; south 11 de
grees oast passing through
stone 11 chains and 75 Hums
north 60 degrees anil 86 minutes
chains and 71 UnkH to a atone;
2 chains and
rees and 30 minutes
6 chains and 19
_ _ , making a
Other lands of the said John McElwce;
uh 45 minutes
inks to a stone,
end 37 minutes uus
a stake In a
thenoe by said old line
east 14 chains und 7u links to a stone:
thence south *»7 degrees went 4 chains and
a stake; thence
7 chains and 17
to tt corner stoue; thence south 55 Ucgroea
cast 58 links to
«outh 88 deg re
Couth 82 deg
chains und 76 links
thence south 73 degr
3 chains and 35 links
»uth 85 degrees
and 45 minutes
a stone In tne
und 45 minutes
a stone; thence
(1 15 min
and 15 minutes
thence south 76 degrees und 45 minutes
oust 2 chains and 22 links
pun; thence up the public roud south 63
d 13 minutes
a comer for laud of J:
McElwce; thcnco by the last-named lands
of Jane N. MoIClwee and 11. Stewart's
land south 4 degrees
stone In a
8 chains to a
er In a line of U. Or egg's land; thence
by said Oregg'H land north 85 degrees and
85 minutes 13 chains und 17 links to an old
corner line stone lu tho public
J ug the southerly end or said
ine; thence by said old line
limites west 24 ohalns and
old stone, and north 7 de
und 57 minutes west 31 chains
Bilks to tho beginning, containing
within said bounds 113 acres, be the same
more or less.
Seized and taken In execution
Skrojwrty of John MoElwee and
north 8 de
WILHAM It. FLTNN, Sheriff
Sheriff's Office, Wilmington, Deluware,
December 1, 1896.
BHIfiiilFF'B sale.- UV VUtTlIE OF A
writ of Levari Faclaa, to me directed.
will be exposed
Court House, on Marke
Tenth and Eleventh streets, in tho city
of Wilmington, New Castle
State of Delaware,
THE 19th DAY OF DECEMBER. 1896,
at 2 o'clock p. m.,
ithe following described real estate, viz:
certain lots, pieces or
parcels of lurid situate In tho city of Wil
mington aforesaid, severally bounded
described as follows, to wit:
No. 1. Having a thrce-.storled brick store
find dwelling thereon erected,
•thurly side of
istcrly side of
ild side of
ithtt. Intersection of tho
street with the
street; thence along
pront street Westerly 20 fe
Riley's land; thence northerly parallel
with West street 36
Kid® of u 3-feet wide alley; thence easterly
Parallel with Front street 20 feet to the
street, and thence
Bald side of W
kherehy southerly 36 feet to the place of
refinning, be the contents thereof
No. 2, Beginning at u point at the dis
tance of 51 feet westerly from the wc
eldo of West street and 36 L
Ifrom the northerly side
kit a lino of Mlc
(by a line of the
with Front street 12 feet, ......
land of Charles Dougherty; th
:1 Riley's land; thenco
31 feet h 4
ullel with Front
at the distance
;rly side of West
Street 12 fee
Of 61 teet fre
to a p<
Of 61 teet fr
ptreet; thence southerly,crossing the head
of a 3-feet wide alley 31 feet 4 Inches,
the place of beginning, he the
rhat they may.
Seized and taken In execution
roperty of Michael l-tlley
WILLIAM R. FL1NN, Sheriff.
Bheiiff's Office, Wilmington, Delaware,
Jecember 1, 1S!M.
lid Mary Riley,
, ond t.t's and to bo
BY VIRTUE OF A
writ of Levari Facias
Tenth and Eleventh streets, in the city
of Wilmington, county of N
Btate of Delnw
public sale at
irket street bet
THE 26th DAY OF DECEMBER, 1896,
2 o'clock p. m..
Ithe following described real estate, viz:
All that certain lot of land with the
fcrlck dwelling tlioroon erected, situate In
lh« city of Wilmington, New Castle
4y, State of Delaware, bounded and de
Bide of Shullcr
pf 135 feet 8 Inches easterly from tho
(feanterly Bide of Broopie street; thence
northerly parallel with Broomo street SO
feet to a corner; thence easterly parallel
gvlth Shallcross avenue 17 feet to another
;r; thence southerly parallel with
Broome street, passing through the
:en this and the
80 feet to the
f the party waff bo
eald able of Sballcross
thereby westerly 17 fee
Loginning, bo tho contents thereof
.Seized and taken In execution as tho
property of Charles D. Bay Us ami dusan
Baylis, hla wife, mortgagors, and t.l
u to bo sold by
WILLIAM R FLINN, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office. Wilmington. Delaware,
December 8, 1SJK1.
> tho place of
BY VIRTUE OF A
writ of Levari Facias, t<
posed to public sale at
Market street betw
Tenth and Eleventh streets, In the
of Wilmington, New Castle county
btate of Delaware,
' THE 19th DAY OF DECEMBER. 1898,
2 .'Cook 1). in.,
the following described real estate, viz:
tho city, b
i lot of land situate In
ty of New
• nd described*ns follows. t<
side of Vine
Mark M. Cle
: ; :
•t in the lino of land of
. thence by a line of bis
ly direction 85 feet
land of David
by the ill
allel with tl»
o .the aforesaid side of
said Bouldln in u
80 f«et: thence lu a
j K> feet 6 inches
•hat they may.
easterly 30 feet
Ajo th© contents thereof
Bolzed and taken In exec
property of John E. V. Platt and Emily
F. Platt, his wife, mortgagors, and t.t'a
be sold by
WILLIAM R. FLINN,
f'e Office, Wilmington, Del
No* 210 Market street,
The host value for the money ever offored.
\ . Headquarters for
RLT7SH GAPS and WORKING GLOVES
LliM'gost Assortment. Lowest Prices.
m. Headquarters for
n HOLIDAY GOODS I
r Elegant and useful Xmas gifts,
pnibreilas, Gloves, Nccl?wear, Susponders,
i and Furs, otc.
210 MARKET STREET.
C THE LEADING A
1*1! 11 *A DELPHI A,
WAAS & SON,
825 RACE STREET.
d Masquerade Customet to
rtalnment* Taideau x
Ire for Drsmatio
aiiquu llnlto, ao
fttaiOHues soot c
u21 cod Sit
Miss Digger's Select School.
Eighth and Jackson Htrceta,
Begins Nov. 30. Rates from $0 to $18.
Ko extra charge for Latin
RACHEL S. BIGGER,
•17 W. 8th Street, Wilmington, Del.
t>e«t parts or
HAWKINS^ US MarUol si root,
P o sue salk orpinoi a lpro pert r
TneenbeeriWn will Mil at public salt*
tbeir farm la Brandywine Hd..
from TaDay vftli«w on the Coooord
TUB8DAT. DUO. lBlh, 1896,
at 1 o'clock P in.,
9 bead of horses, good lor driving or farm
work. i4 bead of good mlluh cow* frosb and
ihr* i(fc> chickens,
sprlnssrs. 1 si
cks, i farm wagon. I carts. (« single. 1 two
horss), t market wagon with poie
-lelgbs. i sold double <
cart harness. 3
.'l ■ ,a: i
, lead harness,lines
■dies. Ac. 1
•O' se rake. I l'»
llivutor, 1 -prina
or, 1 twin
. 1 Blngls li now. 4 cultivator*
an* 1 hoist
sled, i grain
1 corn shelter, 1 grain
for butchering, 1 stun
. 1 grhid
s, shovels, rake* fork*hoes.
I>& 2 water trough* 1000 posts fur wlro
. 100 oordt of wood
. lot of hi roll |
A I .to at ihe.Humti time and pluoe, 60 acres of
good luini, bounded by lands or Danielf orhes
John Talley, John W. Day, Mlohael Berger
and biuUU Harkins. A credit of 9 months
P UBLIC 8ALU OF 8JOCK—1 will
public sale at Booth's Corner. Pa.,
MONDAY. DK<\ J4tb.
l carload of carefully selected dairy cows,
and forward springer*also lot of small
shout* direct trom Cumberland Up.. Pa Two
J. H. blaugnier Auo_
• MONDAY, DEC. tl,
At 1 o'
C W. BALDWIN.
■old at public sale
A regular McKinley
60 head of milch e
ROBERT 11. ML It l( I' K.
S. H. STAATS
406 Murket Struct.
lias just opened in connection with his
very large stock of
An elegant stock of now gnods sultublo for
Consisting of Silk and Linen
Windsor Ties, Bilk Mufflers,
White Swiss Aprons. Kid and
Fine bilk 1 doves, Perfumery,
Pocket Books, Combs,
Brushes, Silk Cups, Hoods,
Nubias, Leggins, Mittens, &c.
An Elegant Assortment of
_ GLORIA UMBRELLAS,
"* At Very Low Prices.
O. J. HESSION
iehigli and Shamokir. Coal,
Wood, Flour, Feed, Etc
Washburn, Crosby & Co.'s
Gold Medal Flou*
CJ.IFI'KBOATS A UPEOIALTK*
Oltlco ami yard,
817 West Front S<root,
No. 114 Maryland Avenua
DR. F. E. SMITH,
Ullli VltsILeil All
Benin llnl Set
i Filleil With alive
Ail oporutlons kno
Pol Its aueatlo'i guarsutoeJ.
811 MARKET STREET
Pertact Emulsion of Coil LIvar Oil,
with Hypophosphitcs of Lime and Soda,
a valuable remedy for coughs, coldd and in
all cases of wasting diseases. Proparcd by
Z. Janies Belt, Pharmacist
Sixth and Market Sts.
NEW COAL YARD.
All of the Best Grades of
Goal constantly on hand.
All Coal carefully screened
and orders promptly delivered.
RHOADS & HEALY,
Fourteenth and Scott Sts.
HAVE YOU A DOB?
RISLEY'S FLEABANE SHAMPOO
kills lion* weekly appllcattoui
l'oep the dogs coat ©eft und gluasy,
35C PER BOTTLE
for ualo by loadbu duggist*
Z. JAMES* BELT, CtU
i J Market .Agent*
McLEAR & KENDALL CO.
wi.l do your repairing in tho bos
the aliorttiut possible time. Any make
and oil wbodls
of wheel rocc
o invito a trial.
E- E- HUKILL.
42b EAST FIFTH STREET,
(Late ut Jnd and Tatuall Streets,
All kinds of sov'ng for children, also'
ladies' Undorwour. Children's
making a specialty.
P UA CUAL turcniuiiy
LxiraUr<diu>. iffi io r .11
\r.U i'iCi' i
110 and 203
A DRAMATIC MEETING.
Rev. Dr. CharleB 0. Brown and
Min Overman Faoe to Faoe.
DR. BROWN MAKES A STATEMENT.
De Again Accnm the Women, Mow a Sal*
ration Ariuy Lass—Death by Asphyxia*
tlon of Mrs. Cooper and Ber Daughter,
Who Were Concerned In the HeandaL ,
Chicago, Deo. 19.—"The Lord saves. Hi
, of all sinuors tho lowest"
littered with fervor, these
from the lips of a young woman at a Sal
vation Army meuting at Willard hall. At
of the heads
the sound of hor voice
turned Involuntarily toward her. A
with a pallid faoe started
rise. The eyes of the two met for a
moot, and there
tiou. Then the
himself. He resumed his seat,and through
the balanoe of the services
head and shamefaced mien. Few in the
the little sc
a flash of
i the principals In tho notorl
-Drown church trial in San Francisco,
und Miss Mattie
Rev. Charles O. Dr<
Overman. At the close of the trial Mist
among the Crittendon
of the army.
workers, and was mudo
Henceforth she was known
hor way to Washington,
D. C., where she goe» to assist Mrs. Emily
Waller Barrett in rescue work, that
Sister Martha happened into Willurd Hall.
When the meeting
and went straight to the Anchoruge mis
sion, thero to address
sho went out
Tho Rev. Mr. Drown,
, went his
when tho mooting
way, and that brief glance during the
the only mooting. What the
is doing in Chicago
seems to know. Shortly after the trial he
left San Francisco and drifted east, to be
lost sight of until his dramatic meeting
with tho wonmu whose nume was
linked with his
papers. Dr. Brown
» printed In the evening
huutod up by
reporter, and made the
"Having business in tho Women's Tem
ple building, I saw the bulletin of the
you meeting and went in. 1 took a
tho center of the
close of the meeting I recognized Miss
Overman'^ voico behind
arisen to give her 'testimony.' I
surprised at hearing Miss Overman'
voice. The San Francisco papers had
hor lovo for newspaper notoriety
pectod that somewhoro she would find op
port unity to parade herself.
' When I hoard her voice I turned and
looked at hor. She
manifestly porturbod, for she brought her
remarks to a close, droppod into her seat
and soon after motiouod
of her starting cast, aud knowing
the ludies who
in with her, and together they
I did not leave the
but stayed till the mooting
did not in any way manifest any uneasi
ness. Tho attempt to make it appear that
I was greatly disturbed is evidently for a
purpose. The papers have printed what
Miss Overman has seen fit to give thorn,
without the trouble of inquirlug of
"Miss Overman wrote me from South
Californiu, saying that Mrs. Tunnell
would make a full affidavit in my favor,
affirming, ns she had previously done,
that she knew nothing against mo, if I
would pay well for it. But Hhe added that
she and Mrs. Tunnell were surrouudod by
my foes, who woro ready to pay a large
for a statement against me, and that
they should make such a statement unless
I would pay their price. This is tho truth
about her having sent for money. Her
alleged 'confession' full of awful false
hoods, is tho result."
DEATH BY ASPHYXIATION.
Sensational Knil to the Life of a Famous
San Fkancisco, Dec. 12.—Mrs. Sarah H.
Coopor and hor daughter,I-Iarrriet Coopor,
found dead lu their home In this
city yesterday w ith the gas turned on and
every evidence of suicide. Mrs. Cooper
had lived hero thirty years, and w
educator, phi I
throplst and writer. Whon tho scandal
concerning Itov. Dr. Charles O. Brown
first talked about Mrs. Cooper stood
by her pastor and expressed confidence in
him. Later developments caused hor to
chnngc her miud, aud sho and her daughter
st prominent opponents
sers after Mrs. Davidson. Tho
ther and daughter estranged
many of their friends, aud the suicide of
d daughter is ascribed to tho
coldness und snubs from
tho Pacific coast has bee
prominent, for a generation
Cooper, who has often preached in Con
gregational pulpits and has been engaged
in all departments of Christian work. Hhe
was president of the Women's Christina
association, president of tho Women's
Huff rage association, and promlnout as
oflicor of tho Women's Christian Tempor
:-e union. For many years she taught
the largest Bible class In the city In the
First Congregational church, her class
numbering several hundred adults. Hhe
was also assistant pnstor of the church
under the pastorate of Rev. Dr. C. O.
Brown. Hhe formerly resided in Now Or
leans and acted as nurse during the war.
Her husband und other children died in
Now Orleans. Hor tragic ond has caused
immense sensation in this city.
There is no doubt that Miss Coopor was
responsible for tho deaths of horsolf and
mother. She had been suffering for
inthH from melancholia, with hoinoci
dal und suicidal tendencies. Her father
committed suicide tea years ago, and two
cousius, nephews of her lather, also killed
themselves. Harriet Cooper had made
several previous attempts to eud her life.
Mrs. Cooper concealed hor daughter's
dition from all except a few intimate
friends, and had arranged to take her
daughter east soon to place hor in care of
relatives, hoping the change might restore
It is known that during the past few
days Miss Coopor attempted suicide by
asphyxiation, but was detected by hor
mother. During tho past throe nights
Mrs. Cooper had watched her daughter,
and it is supposed that Thursday night
she fell asleep from exhaustion. Her
daughter then took advantage of tho op
portunity, and after turning on the gas
lay down bosido Mrs. Cooper.
Harriet left a note to the coroner request
ing that the bodies might not be removed
to the morgue. At first tho coroner
fusod to accede to the request, but through
tho Intercession of many friends thi
allowed to repost sido bj
Side iu tho deuth chuml
We Will Sell JSJ
pay for I
HAWKING 71< Marl
buy a nice
. let ns k
si/.o of hour© yo
a list of prupci
n28-t t a
wo think will
HAWKINS & CO
DR. H, P. EVES
507 WEST NINTH SfREET
Graduatool University of remiBylvanli.
T- B CHAMBERS
Bazaar, Stanton, Del., Dealer in all class
oi merchandise goods, bought, sold cr c::
changed. Call and wo will do business
with you. Telephone, Stanton,Exchange.
y ji roperty.
,o be known
' lr so,
glvo •• .
atrlotly eonlbl'Mitim. No enurgo i
TUs seller pays our fee.
14AWKINA 7 U Market
P AUTJKS boldmg policies in ibo Prnclen
tlul iiiburaiien Co. will lliul out »qmo*
leir advauuge by addressing Pru
deutiat, tnis office.
WAR CLAIMS IN THE HOUSE.
i the Claims
Congressman Dal sell Postpoi
of a Confederate General's Widow.
Washington, Dec. 12.—Yesterday was
private bill day In the house, and seven
war olalms, oarrylng an aggregate of $18,
favorably acted upon by the
committee of the whole. Only two
passed by the house, however. They
to pay Peter Cork, of Arkansas, |W04 for
■tores and supplies used by the federal
troops, and to pay Augustus P. Uurdltt
$5,130 for the
relief of Mrs. Flora A. Darling appro
priating $6,083 for her arrest, Imprison*
mout and confiscation of property In New
Orleans in 1804. The fact
general. Then a point of no quorum
made on his motion to lay the bill
table, and It und throe others went
until next Friday.
At tho night session of the house thirty
throe pension bills
The senate was not in session.
of the steamer Mattie
. Mr. Dalrell, of Pennsyl
attack on the bill for the
tho wife of a Confederate
Arrested for Libeling Senator Penrose.
Doylestown, Pa., Dec. 13.— George W.
Jacoby, known an the "rolling mill evang
dale, Pa., ohurged by State Senator Doles
Penrose with criminal libel. He
brought here and held In $800 bail. Revs.
Dryce Morrow and Edward Hook, of Bris
tol, testified thut Jacoby called on them
with circulars reflecting on Sonufcor Pen
rose's character. Jacoby stated that he
hud been called from Virginia by James
P. Duffy, of Philadelphia to do evangelist
work through the state and against the
candidacy of Senator Penrose. Ho said
that Duffy paid him for his services, and
that ho know nothing personally against
arrested yesterday In Hones
Civil Service League Officers.
Philadelphia, Deo. 13.—The National
Civil Service Reform league, at yester
day's session, elected tho following of
ficers: President, Carl Schurz of New
York; vioe presidents, Charles Frauds
Adams of Boston, Henry Hitchcock of St.
Louis, Augustus R. Mucdonough of New
York, Rev. Henry C. Potter of New York,
J. Hall Pleasants of Baltimore, Henry C.
Lea of Philadelphia, Rev. P. J. Ryan of
Philadelphia, Franklin MacVeagh of Chi
cago and William Potts of New York;
secretary, George McAneuy; treasurer,
William Jay Schieffoliu.
' Creednn De
New York, Dec. 13.—At the Broadway
Athletic club last night Dan Creed on, of
Australia, outfought aud outpointed
Dick O'Brien, of Boston, iu nine round*
From the beginning of the bout until the
referee interfered unci stopped tho mill,
when tho ninth round had nearly expired,
tho work of both
settled tho contest. Creedon
doubtodly tho better man, and thero
not a word ui protest uttered when the
referee gave his flat.
very rapid, and
hard that during the last
good blow would have
Zortucha Not Alaceo's Physician.
Key West, Fla., Dec. 13.—Maceo' h death
Is still discredited by tho greater number
of prominent Cubans here. Yet there
a number who fear it is true. All await
ival of tho steamship frt
however, boforo conooding it to be true.
Tho Spanish consul received official
of Muceo's death*
Wednesday. Tho rt
port that Dr. Zortucha, who WU9 Maceo'
humed, is untrue. It is learned from
reliable source that Zortucha never
Speedy Justice in Georgia.
Albany, Ga., Deo. 13.— Fran key Cun
nlngham, a negro charged with
lng Miss Camp,a whlto girl, Dee. 3,
hero yesterday from Macon under escort
of Macon military. Tho four court house
The evidence closed in fifteen minutes.
guarded by troops. Within
Tho jury returned a verdict of guilty aud
Judge Speuco sentenced Cunningham to
hang Jan. 1. The trial occupied
Murder in a Caindon Saloon.
CAMDKN, N. J., Dec. 13.—Daniel Lee,
shot and almost lu
Btuntly killed in Dilmore's saloon, at
Fourth street and Kuign avenue, about 8
o'clock in tho morning by Edward Nel
son, a young oysterinan. Nolson doclar
that Leo struck and kicked him, and that
he shot in sell' defense. George Martin,
who was in tho saloon, declares thut
struck and only a lew words
passed previous to the murder.
New York, Doc. 13.—Dwight L. Moody,
tho evangelist, replying to a challenge of
Charles Watts, the English agnostic, to a
debate on secularism, declines to meet tho
latter: Ho says: ''My mind is made up
the question proposed, namely, the
relative merits of Christianity and in
fldelity, undor whatever other naino it
ould as m
•its of lying or udultcry
Italian Deputies Cheer Maceo.
Rome, Dec. 13.—Signor Imbrinna, the
socialist leader, in the chamber of depu
tho death of
tics yesterday, referring
Antonio Maceo, said that tho house
feel in duty bound to do homage to Mucco,
who died bravely lighting for fclio Inde
pendence of his country. The sentiments
expressed ,by tho speaker w
cheered by the Leftists.
Singer Falls Deud at a Concert.
DULUTH, Minn . Dec. 13.—Miss Mao
ical and social
Kelly, prominent i
oircles of Duluth, died suddenly Thursday
night of heart fail
her assistance at
church fair, and she had sang thooponiug
bars of ''He Giveth Ills Beloved Hleep"
when she fell backward, dead.
. Hhe had volunteered
San Francisco, Doc. 13. — Kx-Quoen
minced today that her
ri6co would be brief. Hhe
is already preparing for her
for Washington whore she hopes
meet her niece, Princess Kaiulanl. Tho
attend tho horse
-queen has arrunged
8, Ills., Dec. 12.—The jury
turned a verdict yesterday In the c
John Lcmley, Bart Ly
trial for the murder of Ben Laird last
May, finding thorn guilty and fixing their
terms in the penitentiary at ninoty-niue,
twenty and fourteen years, respectively.
and Kd Lynn,
otern New Y erk, easti
vania and Now Jersoy: Fair, slightly
light, variable winds.
I'l l I A I, lUlt.NTiO.V
American Laundry, 602 West Front St.
M. F. Doris. Jeweior. 0 IS. 2nd
Goto Dr. Simms' dtug store. 600 King
street, for eye c
You don't hat'd tc
We navo tried It
bottle oT his eye oi
mid it has proved a
Most of the confiuinntivoB that oomoto
•e incurable. They have
until too lato, but Btlli thorear:
red by Dr
White Pulmonic Balsam
Jhlls. Depot GOG King street.
tig pills for tin
aleriai stand UlgU
Blmme tho iimL
JodieH. made of pure
In their recommendation for tlie Inilrmi
nes of ladlei, $1, ul5o sent by mall. WJ
l butter iff Diamond
Buy milk, cream
Dairy, 2u0 Jcitorson strict.
/Up-Go to tho Winter Baz
uelit of tho sick and
soldiers, Pyle's Cycle Academy. Ope
WEYLER IN HAVANi
The Captain General Again Be
turns to the Cuban Capital.
TEE DEATH OF GENERAL MA0E0.
i Heeuis to Verify
i, Though Cabans
The Weight of Evldei
Profess to Bellevo That tho Reports Are
Havana, Deo. 13.—Capfcal
o'clock last evening, accompanied by
Lieutenant Colonel Escribunu and others
of his staff, and by a cavalry escort The
streets of Havana
In this city at 6
people, and the houses of the
boon gaily decorated with bunting In
anticipation of the captain general's
in front of the
turn. Tho Plaza A
captain general's palace was packed with
a vast concourse of poople.
Tho Marquos Ahuinuda, vice governor
general, ucoompauied by the colonel of hla
entrance of the palace
entering the palace Captain General Wey
ler appeared on the balcony, bowing his
acknowledgments to the vivas which the
multitude in tho squafo wore shouting for
Spain, Spanish Cuba, the king, the queen,
the army, tho navy and the volunteers.
Thu ouptaiu general made a brief uddress,
in tho course of which ho said: "I have
only directed. Tho army has dons all."
Various delegations, both eivll and mil
lor at the palaoe, and they offered their
congratulations upon tho outcomo of his
operations in Piuar del Hio. Marquos
Ahumnda also offered his cougratulatlous
upon the death of Mucco. Captain Gen
eral Weyler responded that the credit for
the combination which had resulted in
tho fall of the Cuban chief was all due to
Captain General Weyler at tho
;elvod later by General Wuy
tho Marques Ahumadn, but the latter said
ho hud only seconded the chief's plans.
THE DEATH OF MACRO.
Dr. Zortucha Gives Additional Facts He
gardiug the Killing.
Havana, Dec. 13.—Dr. Zortucha, tho
personal physician of Antonio Maceo, who,
after surrendlng to Colonel Tort at Ban
Felipe, furnished confirmation of the
ported deuth of tho groat Cuban leader,
to the press iu
Moleua del Sur additional facts i
nection with the
tonio Maceo und his companions did not
the trocha or military line of Pinnr
del Rio iu tho souse generally understood.
They passed from Pinur del Rio Into
Havana province by sea in an open boat,
five trips being required to take tho whole
party of insurgents. As the boat would
only hold eight
handlers, it will be se
party was composed of forty men only.
Tho night was dark aud stormy. Maceo
was accompanied by Miro, another im
portant insurgent leader, and othors of
his staff. They landed nour Banes, and |
shortly afterwards occurred the encounter i
with the Spanish troops under Major Ci- |
rujoda, resulting, as alleged, iu tho death j
of tho Cuban chief.
In spite of the official accounts of tho
death of Macco ami Francisco Gomez,
thero are many hero who refuso to credit
tho report. Friends of tho insurgents ex
press their belief that either the jewelry
and other things alleged to have boeu
found by tho Spanish soldiers did not be
long to Maeeo, or else that they
placed upon tho body as a ruse, in order to
throw dust in tho eyes of the Spaniards
whilo Maceo pushed on eastward und
municated with Maximo Gomez.
Borne doubt having been thrown upon
the statement that Zertuehe was tho per
sonal physician of Antonio Mucco, ho was
tho subject, and declared
thnt after tho death of Dr. Hernandez, in
Pinar del Iilo, u physician of higher rank
in the insurgent army, he succeeded Dr.
Heruandez, by appointment, as Macoo's
physician, leaving tho body of insurgents
undor Diaz,to which he had been attached,
for that purpose.
Dr. Zertuehe also states that Major Ciru
jeda narrowly escaped a severe defeat and
possibly capture at the hands of tho in
surgents. He also says that the insurgents
In the vicinity of Meleun have deserted the
Cuban cause and have surrendered to tho
Spanish authorities, ns they
with the many fatigues they have endured
aud the privations suffered during tho
long and wearisome campaign. Tho doc
tor adds that Beimudez, one of the
In the abd
ment fought on tho heights of Govei
doru with the Spanish troops undor (
Dispatches received fro
clan confirm this report. It is officially
statpd here today that Miro the insurgent
leader who accompanied Antonio Maceo
Nodarce, Alfred Justin,
i, all staff
ded in the
It seems that An*
, iu addition to its
a wounded fatally
Doc. 8 in
• del Rio,
out of Pi
by the side of the grot
and that Alber
Ramon Ahutuude and Gord
light during which their loader fell.
Dr. Zertuehe, who has been glv
liberty, has asked for po
Cuba for Spain, and there is little doubt
that his roquest will be gr:
, of the Cohan junta, is still
of the reliability of his Havana
espondent, who denies that Antonio
Mucco is dead. Others connected with
the junta are
although they have by
disposed to credit the
of Macao's death,
I»r. Cnnaty's Kara well to
WoRCESTEH, Mass., Doc. 13.—Rev. I)r.
Conaty, tho newly appointed rector of
Washington University, will preach his
farewell sermon tvs pastor of tho Sacred
Heart on Sunday, Jun. 10, and go to Wash
ington tho following week. He is to be
given a reception by the faculty and
students at Holy Cross college Monday
zoning, and later in the month will bo
given a banquet by oitlzens of Worcester
In Mechanics' Hall.
Man and Wife Convicted.
Monti-klikr, Yt, Doc. 13.—Martin and
Surah Nukes, husband and wife, w
found guilty nf man slaughter by u jury
last night. They were charged with tho
murder of tho tlie infant of Miss Emma
Jones, a domestic in their employ at W
The prosecution alleged that
Marlin Nukes was tlie father of the child.
m Tliounuud Starving.
London, Doc. 12.—A
to Tho Daily New t say
in the Am
:d that-10,000 people ar
electro plated gold
ofcouf from H. T. Sergeant.
CtiF- Large Pea Coal fur family
i Well Pc
Pine or oak kindling wood split ready
, Large load $1.50.
Is. Yard, 106 Maryland ave
cant, Office 7th nml
Old. r f:
rcr Loads or pretty thing*
Winter Bazar Pyle's Cycle
Dr Simms' Wor
Killer is surely I ho
line t aud best w
"Now my little
Haul a i
. physician s
d it und my child
health and gained her
ght again. There is
icing the best ;
Depot GOO King.
in this 1
s' vegetable liver pills a:
\ very easy ami painl
ey troubles, dyspepsia, h
tic he, de.: only t.ills to
White Pulmonic Bala
ami untl-dyspepaia powders. Depot. 0iH3
, blood purifier
ulckly relieved by
All tired feelings are qu
I)r. Simm's Vogctablo L
Standard Liver Pills of tho
IT AMUSSO THH OLD MAN.
fbey Helped Him to Get Away With Hi
Tho old uian oarue down to the subur
ban station leading a most reprehensible
dog. Leading Is hardly
the word, for In
lity he dragged the unwilling animal,
after tho fashion of a sled. With ooozln
words tie lured the scraggy beast on, an
filially he got It safely stowed under tbs
He bought a paper then and settled down
to wait 80 minutes for tbe cityward train.
Mr. Huffman and Mr. Jodyngs had
marked the approach of the old
had smiled somewhat at his trouble when
the dog had pulled baok with greutesl
"It's funny, isn't it, "snlrt Mr. Jodyngs,
the shady side of the station.
otherwise reasonable und
will taka up with nuoh a dog
and treat it
Mr. Huffman assented und said he sup
posed the old
yarns of wrath if anything were to happen
the dog. Thut suggested
Jodyngs nearly burst with laughter
would go into pnrox
idea, and Mr.
"Suppose we steal the dog and put it
the north hound train, and when the old
man finishes his paper and goes to take the
olty train he will be furious. " This
Mr. Jodyngs' ideo, and Mr. Huffman
Mr. Huffman sat down next the old
to oonceal the workings of Mr.
Jgdyngs, and Mr. Jodyngs, with suppress
ed snorts of laughter, untied the twine
and hauled the dog around the corner of
the station and into the express office,
where he paid a glad dollar and expressed
the sorry beast to a fictitious John Bmltb
at a station a dollar's worth up the line.
The old man continued reading, while the
up train stood at the platform, and ho did
not wake up until the whistle of the in
coming cityward engine was sounded
the road crossing. Then he looked hastily
for his deg.
'■Where's that dogf" ho asked of his
city bound fellow townsmen, who had
gathered about in obdeienoo to tho invita
tion of Mr. Jodyngs. With fierce peals of
laughter, Mr. Huffman told him thut the
household pet was on tho way to Milwau
kee. Mr. Huffman explained the joke
and clapped the old man on the baok in
Tlie face of the latter was a study. Ho
looked at Mr. Huffman wonderiugly.
"Dy thunder!" he cried, "That'sfunny.
You see, I brought tho dog to the station
today intending to carry him as fur in
ward town as Jefferson park, and there I
had intended to kick him off. He's a
blamed nuisance around the house, and 1
wanted to get rid of him tho worst wuy.
Much obliged, Jodyngs."
But Mr. Jodyngs, with hie mind dwell
ing ou his dollar, was a pillar of self kick
ing silence—C!>W'o>o Record.
Picture Frame Walter,
419 Shipley Street*
Artist Materials, etc.
419 Sliiploy street.
r Hr id
;l always the cheapest.
No connection With
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Skates, 'Christmas Tree Holders
Mailable Iron Toys, Banks. Stoves, Rifles.
Star Safety Razors.
Carving Knives and Forks.
Silver Plated Ware.
Table and Pocket Cutlery.
214 Market Street:
Real Estate, Mortgages,
No. 209 Equitable Building.
Ladies' and Gentlemen
sand pipes to
from for Holiday presents
in cases. Briar pipes, amber tip,
Buy a cigar molstuuer tX)e to $3.35.
ed Oak. No troubio
o show goods.
No. 5 East 2 nd Street.
North Side City Market.
Ice Cream. Fancy Cakes and Bread
and Excursions Suppllml j
614 FRENCH 8THKLT,
jl IT COSTS NOTHING
H. PODESTA, ——
«NY FRIDAY. .TW.n.tt
:e, don't delay, thr t •Xhtutna
<s positively 1RHH.
For Steamship Tickets !?y
If you have f
lion u ud ad vie
Line, Red St:
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'I FN LION
oreuf it. It. I";IN
lyls-tf 11 A
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JOHN M. aoi.OMON.
;e No. 8 Wcai T
Phones Uu aud itJi
i An Impression
aro headquarters for everything In the line
> uf Rlcganfc and uMlnlllollday gift* I. always produead _
by a glance
WHAT TO GKT? No need to perplex
your head about that. Let ub solve the
difficulty. Our store contains a thousand
liij Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Bric-a-brac, Silverware, Cut
Glass, etc., etc
They're at your service. No
ploxity. Come this week, and see our grand Christ*
display. Christmas store and Christmas bargains.
I MILLARD F. DAVIS, 9 East Second Street |
SI.79 and 22.5.
presant a panorama tX
the leading manufacturers' beat
efforts requires care, study, at
tention aud experience. W#
believe our collection of Holi*
day Furniture could not ba
more complete or satisfactory.
The furniture world has con
tributed to tho exhibit. Two
new arrivals that particularly
Hocking Chairs at $2.25 and
The one illustrated, in solid
oalt or mahogany finish op
birch, with tho round loathe*
seats that are sc popular, fitiiah
first-class, aud a rocker that i>
worthy of more money.
Tho 1.79 oues are also cob*
blor seats in both finishes and
as good as the average $3.50
A smiill quantity (Qfty iu the lot) con.
fisting of fifteen patterns of fine Rockers
in solid mahogany and curly birch with ma
hogany finish, embossed leather scats aud
backs, some with polished seats aud inlaid
hacks; rockers thatare suggestive of art,beauty,
elegance and refinement. Prices have been
$5.25 to $8.50, but a very slight defect iu the finish gives you
your choice oi any pattern at $1.75. The lot consists of
8 at $8.50
5 at »8.00
10 at $7.50
(i at $7.00
Our delivery system allows ua to promise
the goods for Christmas at any day or liuur
best suited to tho purchaser.
7 at $0.25
8 at $0.00
4 at $5.50
2 at $5.25
Sixth and TatnasS Streets.
btui'o oikii ovtrj evening until Christ mas.
and Well Prepared
AT THIS SEASON
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FRENCH STREET WHARF.
3 M IOT0014 ADI I lRIi,
G17 ^lARKET ST.UP1TCT.
In l'hotograpu.- by r . ..rrapnto
LaksChataii(|uu, N. Y., Jum lv.r,5.
cdnl) for highest
of A i
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