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THE WIT.MINGTON DAILY REPUBLICAN
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WILMINGTON. DELAWARE, FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1897.
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Ho mas Estrada Palma Declares
Compromise Impossible.
W NEED OF MUNITIONS OF WAR
General Riviera, the 81
Itousand Men
ixessor of Maceo,
II Is Cora
id Who Uave Nothing but Machetes
Fight With. .
\ Has Three
'■/New York, Jan. 23.—Tomas Estrada
4*ulina, president of the Cuban junta, last
Right Issued the following statement: "So
jznuch has latoly been said of tho proba
bility of the termiuutlon of the Cuban
revolution by the aceepta
of the Cubans of autonomy *
that I feel it Incumbent upon
Accredited representati
/to make a brief statement upon tho sub
ject.
"Reforms
Cortes, but the outbreak of this revolution
Was not thereby stayed o
was, uud Is, but
"Cubans
tho part
reforms,
the
of the Cubuns,
passed by the Spanish
, There
idea for which the
fighting. We have had enough
called reforms, enough of promised
would
h
pf
autonomy. Every intelligent
rightly condemn the loaders and partici
pants in this
of Independence
of peace with Spain. It Is claimed that
Geuoral G
Spain
a letter to the effect has been received by
me. There Is
General Gome/,
revolution I
made of too stern material to surrender
on uuy such terms, particularly when, In
Ids latest letters
tentodly of his resources and glowingly iu
tils convictions that this winter's cam
paign will be most successful.
"Even thongh any one of o
foment If anything short
the basis of a treaty
z Is willing to treat with
the basis of autonomy, and that
such alitor. Knowing
a comrade In tho last
vouch for him. Ho is
he writes con
foremost
euders should lie inclined to terminate
by the acceptance of nutouomy
'Jwhich is barely within the bounds of pos
sibility), while ho himself might surrender,
Wo Cubans
Ml
o would do i
shippers of individualities;
ideal. The death
dot
Steadfast followers of
glorious Maceo brought sorrow
•y Cuban, but
<*f
did not
tho lien its of
falter; his forces did uot
Revolution received
'ho loader who proposed pouc
punish flag would lliul himself without
fulli
render; the
perceptible chuck.
nderthe
"Every Cuban, every American, knows
that tho apparent generous und concilia
tory spirit of .Spain springs not from her
•truugth, but from her weakness. Bow
thou, under the circumstances, be
or. If the Cubans in the
jonsUlur such
expected
field are *.» strong to
proposals, tho Cubans in the cities are too
well advised of Spain's plans and Spain's
precarious situation to counsel this step.
in the field may be
or, pacification of
iy lie falsely pro
claimed, decrees allowing for the grinding
pf sugar may bo issued whore all o
jbeoti destroyed, promises of reform and
and amnesties promul
gated, foreign countries by those means
ftud by mendacious Spunish diplomacy be
cajoled into the belief that Spain is
tnighty, is generous aud that
weak,
Will «
first, i
may fall, but others will take tholr places.
Gomez himself li
■houId he fall, the rovolutU
•aough to contiuuo to its triu
"Nows of
suppressed by tho c
island provinct
ungrateful, but
tiuue to fight for independence
t and all the time. Our leaders
that
> Is strong
iph."
V KIVEHIA NEEDS
IDNITIONS.
rilli Hlu
ftlnceo'i* Su
Ui
Thi
Tampa, Fla , Jan. 23.—Emanuel Silvero,
nded Cuban, arrived her last night
from Key West, having escaped fr
nba on a fishing vessel.
Artemisn. Ho states that
•la is sadly in need of
•ition and arms. His
cartridges. Ho has n
opubl he used had they a
oho
He «!
fre
General Rl
that.
8,000
mis. The
that bands
s the only weapo
•mod with. Silvero urges the Cuban
leaders to send another expedition..
the story of Jan. OTwhon a
Spanish band came upon a Cuban hospital
San Cristobal containing 500 wounded
Insurgents apd put to death all of them,
even tho attondants. Colonel Sa
fin's troops are raiding all that suctl
very .seldom going into the hills
One of his bands
He cor.fir
tar Ri
•la's camp.
t of forty
buseeded twi
in it only three escaped. They are
five
ciedited with mor
1
bloodthirsty
;u and pacitlcos than any
•ttiui' baud. They raided a small
d abducted
Icrs of wo
twenty miles from Palacios,
fifty in
or. Only ten of them have over boon
leapt ured by
mil tb.
m, and those wo
bund on Jan. 10.
heard In
ft Cub:
hu y of I he Ti
Giiki
n J. t*ngo,
he latest addition to the
He will
Ci.kve
of Chicago, i
joresident-eleci's official family.
■reliably bo secretary of the treasury,
gentleman in this city.as conversant with
A
side of
llajor McKinley himself or bis conftden
lid advisors, slated that Major McKinley
emissary to s
iu Chicago ami as
the latter would a
folio if tendered him. The
which the
OOlues is beyond question.
In
situation ns anyone
Mr Gag© nt
•tain whothor
his hi
»<pt tho port
roe frt
uthorlty for the
tutemout
r.
off tl
A Myxte
Nr.w York, Jan 22.-Officers of the
•rived yes
Rio Janeiro, report that
uu 10, they c
vessel, button
tftuce a way stood a big Ir
wus evident that the two had been in col
lision. The night
lookout could nut
Steamship Galileo which
day from
night of J
h<
clef
to a largo
up. A short
ship, and i
s so dark that the
of either
i lie
ie Cabinet.
Urging Another v herma
WASH!'
of tho
of several
Sew York delegation yesterday lu the in
terest of Representative Jan.os S. Sher
iff bo urged for a place In the
man, w ho
cabinet. It is understood th
tativea Fu
Canton to pres
Bher
Represcii
and Bennett will .soon go to
Mr. McKinley Mr.
's name for postmaster general.
Threatened HI
>!• W
■Llllud l he Const
LE, Ky., Jan. 22.—Willi
d detective, was shot
Bead at Horndon, this county, yesterday
Ifflernoon, by f. Wooten, whose life
Brniue bad thre
HOPKINSV
IBrnme, constable
ed repeatedly. Br
to Wooten's store, and the
shotgun with deadly effect
•rendered to the authorities.
rode armed
latter used
ftud than
It will go
away after awhile.
ii
Tint's v/liat people say when
advised to take something to
that cough.
Have you ever noticed that
the cough that goes away after
awhile takes the cougber. along ?
4 tut he doesn't come back /
Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral
Cun ^ 'tighs.
HELD ON GRAVE CHARGES.
A Monster Who Escaped from Detroit
Probably Captured In Boston.
Detroit, Mich., Jan. 32 —A Boston dis
patch announces that a young man who
gives his uatne as A. M. Thayer
reigned in the municipal court there
chargo of vagrancy, and
ontli In prison. Tho desorlp
sentenced to
servo
tlon of Thayer tallies exactly, says thi
who on the night ol
dispatch, with a
Nov. 27, 1890, assaulted a prominent
of Detroit, and for whoso arrest a
offered by the hus
reward of 12,000
band of tho woman. Officers have gons
to Bostou to Identify tha prisoner.
If tho prisoner* turns out to bo the
looking for he will
answer for a long series of assault!
the Detroit police
have
committed on women and young girls in
this city. The "mysterious assaulter" 1|
tho only name by which the culprit hai
been known hero. Several girls
voigled into vacant houses by him and
criminally nssuultod,
married women, whom he attacked in
tholr homos, but ho always escupod arrest.
for which tho reward
is offered, he entered the home of Mrs.
Emma Hltzel,
pretense of attending to the gus meter,
and assaulted Mrs. llitzel. One Herbert
Ilockin, a laborer employed
government building, who bears a strik
ing resemblance to Thuyer,
for tho crime. He
itlvely Identified by Mrs. Hltzel
criminal. Some of the girls who had been
victims of the assaults
to believe him to bo tho
tunutoly for Hookln he hud
tiouuble alibi, and after being hold for
weeks he was released.
in
a number ol
In the speciilc
Mt. Elliott av
, on
the
s arrested
instantly and pos
l in
also inclined
wanted. For
uuques
Alabama.
Train Holdup
Coi.UMBUB, Miss., Jan. 32—The west
bound pnsseng
railway
Berry. Ala., about 7 o'clock lust night, the
robbers stealing several valuable express
packages and
This is the sa
tho Southern
train
hold up by three
throe jugs of liquor,
place where a similar
Dec. 10 lust,
committed
robbery
and it is supposed that this robbery
committed by tho
doors
pistols thrust into Messenger Ward's face.
His safe keys
parties. Tho ex
broken open and
pi
secured and tho local
safe quickly opened and rifled of its
tents, which the express officials say
amounted to $150.
iml Died for Love.
They Fought
Cv.NTIUANA, Ky., Jan. 22,—In u duel be
tween John Dairy and Bon S. Dry man,
which occurred In the southern part ol
this <jouuty, Dairy
killed, uud Drym
wal'd. The
almost Instantly
died a few hours after
ivals for the hand
lie Hillory. As the result ol
of Miss J
a quarrel they agreed to light it
Dairy was accoin
the
next time they
pan led by Miss Hillory, and
Dry
by
their weapons
and fired, Dairy being shot twice and Dry
man once. The girl Is nearly insauo
the tragedy.
Ancnaed Haulier Si
Louisville, Jan. 23. —J. M. Mclvnlght,
resident of the German National bank,
which was closed Monday morning by
Bauk Examiner Uscott, acting undor or
ders from Controller Eckels, surrendered
himself to Marshal Blackburn yesterday
afternoon to answer..
Wednesday by the bank examiner charg
ing him with making falso entries on the
book of which he was president. Ho
released ou bonds of $5,000.
pr
in fffftttcawan Any!inn.
To Investigate
Albany, Jan. 23. —The state commission
-y has been notified that
mittee from Pennsylvania composed of a
bor of jurists, lawyers, doctors and
will visit tho Mutteuwuu state
Saturday
of gaining information
in lu
legislate
hospital for Insane criminals
next, with a vi
in tho direction of establishing n similar
in tho state of Pennsylvania.
such institu
instituti
That state at present has
Dig Mine Strike Averted.
Drs Moines, Iu., Jan. 23.—At
of ml
Ming
oponvtors In this district it
pay the price demanded by tho
80,000minors who contemplated u strike—
that is, seventy to eighty cents per ton.
Tho miners accepted it as a satisfactory
The matter
agreed
ril.li tho
lies
solution.
I, take part
Oax Park operators who did
in the meeting. It. is believed that they
tho rata.
will agree
for Florida.
}.—Sonato
Son
Quay,
Washington, Jan.
of Mis
panied bv b
souri, left here yesterday for San Lucie,
Ho will bo joined later by F
i
Fla.
Pe
•.rotary;
Reeder,
Bank Commlsslo
B. F. Gilkoson, Sec
rnal Affairs James W. Latta,
Allen B Rorke, of Philadelphia,
John Weiss.
rotary of 1
id
'crlehed.
>N, Jan 82.—A sponial dispatch re
ceived hero from Tehereu, capital of Persia,
ja that 2,500 persons perished as a re
sult of the earthquake which occurred on
Klsham Island, Jan. 11 Kishnm Island is
tho largest In tho Persian gulf aud is situ
ated about fifteen miles from its -"*•.
Its population is estimated at 5,000. mostly
Arabs. _
liindrot
Escaped Coiintorfeiler Heraptnred.
--Counterfeiter
Ro.mk, N. Y
Jan.
ho escaped fr<
hony Eckor,
Al
Tuesday
United Stnt
fro
Buffttl
rod at Norwich
Abany for trial, was cup
ght back
R
l br
•day
ye.l
Veathor.
For eastern Pennsylvania and New Jer
sey: Fair; slightly coldor;westerly winds.
The
NUGGETS OF NEWS.
The German Savings bank, of Dos
Moines, la., fulled yesterday.
Senator Penrose Is to bo banqueted by
tho Pennsylvania League of Republic
clubs.
Senatorial deadlocks In Idaho, Utah,
South Dakota and Washington still
Mnue.
Tho anti-theater hat ordinance was de
feated in tho lower house of Kansas City's
council.
A Tuckerton, N. J., dispatch reports
that tho British gtoainor Badsworth is
still hard aground.
After ton days' deadlock, the Oregon
legislature organized with Senator Mitch
ell's
.1
pporters in ci
Ex-Presidont Harris
his Indianapolis h<
where I 10 went
has returned to
Washington,
fr<
legal business.
At St. Louis, for photographing govern
jut currency, Ralph Creese was sen
tenced to throe years ami Dr. Adella Wu
twenty mouths' imprisonment.
•ith Mr. J. A. Fuld to
ought
the information whether or not
to tho re
city, aud
•i«iu;.l iuteu
Inc
get
day one of o
f
rl.,
• • had changed hi
ival of his biiflne-s fre
we regret to say that liis
tiou is to be carried out
Mr. Fuld seems
change and his sev
• city. Tho firm has still a
large stock of shoes of nil kinds on hand,
talent from the very low
prices they are selling them at aud the
ending their "Going
ale" there will be little
val.
Tho house of Fulda has been k
shoppers for tho last 9 years
city, aud
ly regret the
mnuy
B r
•c fri
hi
friends In
iry
owds of buyers
stock left .
to
Wilmlnglo
lie leading shoe house of
•of
-t
active and progressive buslues
of Middletown sold
furm of Mr A.
Ennis, in Thoroughfare Neck v
MeCullum ol' Ind!
•ix) o isli. Also thelll
G orge W Ingr
reck tho 15'
e f:n
i
Thor
. Dow 147 of Mid
l
oag 1 tare Neck, to NV
liletowi, f
il 100.
A GOOD HE
111111'
Ohaunoey Depew and Andrew
Carnegie Both Declare It.
A MOST ENOOURAGINQ OUTLOOK.
Mr. Depew Talks to Republican Editors
and Mr. Carnegie to Citii
town—The Latter Receives a Most Cor
dial Reception.
of Jolius
New York, Jan. 23.—The fourth an
nual meeting of the Republican Editorial
association of the state of Now York
called to order in the Fifth Avenue hotel
by President Berri, of Brooklyn, yester
day morning. Last night tho members
gathered In the handsome dining
the Union Lenguoclubof Brooklyn,whore
a banquet
Chftuncey M. Dopew
of tho ovoniug. Ho said In part:
"You, gentlemen,
tors, ought to fie peculiarly happy tonight.
a great victory. We have
have averted a frightful
It is not In tho power of the
Imagination to picture what might have
happened in the tension of tho financial
and Industrial world If confidence had re
ceived tho shock of the determination ol
the United States to embark upon the
know
ti
sorved In tholr honor,
tho chlof speaker
Republican edl
Wo have
done more:
dlsuster.
of a depreciated and debased
currency.
"This campaign was peculiarly yours,
a campaign of education
bocauso it
undor extraordinary difficulties. Tho ed
itor anil Iho orator In the late
confronted with a monetary and In
dustrial distress greater and longer
before In tho history of
tin nod than
country. Men out of work,
who could not realize upon
looking everywhere for
difficult to argue with
difficult with a
mortgage. In such cm
debt,
their assots,
relief. It i
pty stomach,
taring noto
it is easier to appeal to tho imagination
than to tho judgment.
"We
by a closer margin than
been possible two y
>uld hav
four years ago upon such
victory
of the cause, but largely to o
is a lesson ns old
Issuo. Our
s duo not alone to tho justice
leader. It
representative gov
ent and the suffrage that the party
to the people with a
bodies their principle
which can appeal
candidate who
always wins against a principle which is
not. instinct with the life of the statesman
who heads the opposition ticket.
"But tho laborer and the artisan waits,
and tho monoy In tho vault lies idle, and
the mill and the factory aud the furnace
stop and start and stop and start again
like impatient thoroughbreds at the ci
moncemont of tho r
'where is your prosperity? When
good times to begin?' Tho bankrupt fir
and Insolvent railroad, the people
whulmod by a great calamity, do not riso
instantly to their former conditions
better ones. Confidence is not the growth
of a night; it is the creation of hundreds
of tributary elements which ultimately
do succeed In enabling it to accomplish its
beneficent work.
. The country cries
•o the
praise President Cleveland for
, for many admirable things
"We
many
that he has done, but tho army of honest
r and of A
the divlsionsand tho disorders of the camp
and tho insubordination of the generals.
They felt tho inspiration of the true c
previous
Industries
mamler, and without regard
affiliations Republicans and sound money
Democrats rallied to the standard of Mc
Kinley. Tho differences botwoen Cleve
land and McKinley as presidents and pop
ular leaders is that Cleveland is a phi
losopher and McKinley a
"The powers of the people will coiupol
their representatives in congress to sup
uilministratioa which is their
Already we can fool tho good times.
It only needs confidence in tho stability of
legislation and administrate
next f
of affairs.
for tho
rrout to
years for that golden o
enterprises, giving
flow into
ploymofit and stimulating every activity
of farm, of mine aud of factory."
PREDICTION
ANDREW CARNEGIE'S
Ho
>eclares He Is "Optlm
a Degree."
Iron King
The
Johnstown, Pa., Jan. 22.—Andrew Car
s the guest of Johnstown last
the arrival
Pittsburg
loption
was prompted by the fact that Mr. Car
negie rebuilt tho library here after the
flood, and was tho largest individual c
tributor to tho relief fund. At 8 o'clock
Mr. Carnegio, as the guest of tho board of
trade,
,n
evening, and his reception
of t ho special trai
st cordial and hearty. The
fr
immense audi
was greeted by
:o at the Opera House. Mayor Wag
ami Hon. John M. Rose, president of
tho board of trade, delivered the address
In tho course of Mr. Car
of vvolc
nogie's address In response ho said:
"The business of this country for the
past few years, has be
perhaps, i
continued depression. Taking capital as
a whole, Invested in manufacturing in the
United States. I doubt if it has earned
dollar of profit for throe years past;
that is to say, the losses have balanced any
possible gains. It is my opinion that
adversity has beon aggravated and
covery postponed because a large numbor
of our people began
years ago threatening tho maintenance of
the standard of value which had hither
been maintained iu this country.
"Tho employer of lubor is prosperous
only when labor i
grout demand.
at lowebb. Novel',
day has there been such
agitation s
prosperous and i
Therefore,
rho above all others longs for
uml lubors for general prosperity is tho
employer of labor. Why Is it that busi
expected after
y friends,
tho
ived
is has not
the result of the national eleotl
dared? Well, I think people expected too
much or too early
of the year for recovery Is after spring
opens, and wo could
momentum
tho inert ia of tho
able; but tho conditions
orable, and business as a
sound foundation. Unless i
Is sprung upon the country nothing
1 a period of genul
pttmlstio to a degree iu
fas de
The seas.
ili
•oly expect
in January to overcome
ss which lay im
o all
ost fav
fholo Is upon a
hold it back fre
spority. I
jgnrd to the future."
I'
ludflOD,
Decided AgniiiHt Sam
Philadelphia, Jan. 23.—Judge Dallas,
ter
day dismissed tho petition of Samuel E.
Hudson, in which Mr. Hudson asked that
tho hearings iu his contest against Will
McAloer, In the Third congressional
district election fight, should hereafter
take place in tho federal court or before a
commissTon undor the direction of the
;, Instead of at 125 South Fifth street,
owing to tho disturbances which 1
surred at the latter place.
111 the United States circuit cour
It
In South and Nortii Dakota, relating
tlicir
thus
published i
phlet
by tho Chicago, Mi
1
•aukeo A' St.
fo
tlioso letters
Paul Rail
•sling, and the pampli
is finely illustratod,
to any address, ou receipt of
postage stamp. Apply to .folia
H Pott.
Jisirlct, Ihtsscngor Agent, 480 Wtllla
'tit, Willllumsport, Pa.
and oy-tors furnished to
llios by Gard
Ico cre;
parti
d tfhlploy streets.
Phi
Killer is
' Wor
Dr Si
: offered.
and bo!
little
1 physicians,
Said a go
ended by
daughter w:
ended to
d my child
I used
rm killer
'.-stored tc
ul weight again. Thei
tiffs being iho best
lountry. Depot 000 King.
health and ga
istake
id tail
he
The host place in th
enjoyable meal at a 1 h>.
Gardner's, Seventh aud rihiploy strootb.
Ity
Ul til'
IN SENATE AND HOUSE.
Delaware
Addloks Pule in a Claii
latorslilp.
Washington, Jan. 23.—The senate
tho verge of a deadlock late yostorduy,
prospects of a
Mr. Mor
and for a time there
protracted test of ondu ranee
gan, in charge of the Nicaraguan canal
determined to secure a time for a
resisted, however, by
bill,
final vote. This
Mr. Turple and Mr. Vilas. Thereupon
Mr. Morgan announced that ho would ask
the senate to sit out tho bill, remaining In
continuous session until a vote was forced.
This evoked sharp criticism. Mr. Vilas
finally made a dilatory motion, which
a roll call disclosed tho absence of a
quorum, uud Mr. Morgan was obliged to
give up his plan temporarily, although he
expeetB to execute it if an agreement for
a voto la not reached. Mr. Turple con
cluded his speech against tho Nicaraguan
canal bill, tho tnlrd day being a continu
of the bitter invoctivo directed
against the measure. During the day
Mr. Chandler presented tho credential! of
John Edward Addicks claiming thejvu
senator from Delaware, l'ho
auce
cant seat
claim of Henry A. Dupont for tho
seat has already been presented,
Kenney will appear with his credentials
later.
After a two days' debate, In the course
of which considerable partisan pass!
was aroused and an ineffectual attempf to
filibuster for tho purpose of gaining tigio,
the house yesterday decided tho contested
election cases of Yost.vs. Tucker, from Iho
Tenth Virginia district, by denying the
Mr. Yost and confirming Mr.
lu
seat to
Tucker's title thereto. Tho Republicans
badly divided, fifty-four of them
joining with the Domocrnts and suppl
ing the claims of the Democratic con
tostee.
When the supporters of Mr. Yost's
tentions found they
WBl
defeated by a
•gin of eight votes (the vote
boing 119 to 127 against him) they inaugu
rated a filibuster in the hope of gaining
time, and for
ssion of roll calls, but they
overpowered by numbers, and the resolu
tions confirming Mr. Tucker's title to his
adopted. Mr. Yost is a member*
hours there
finally
seat
elect of tho next house aud Mr. Tucker,
of Randolph Tucker, has
moinberof the last four congresses.
He declined a renonilnatlon because he
did not agree with his party
question.
who is a
be
tho money
<1 the Mayor's Signature.
jersville, N. Y., Jan. 23.—The
principal evidence yesterday in the exam
ination of ex-City Chamberlain J. Frank
Davis, charged with misappropriation of
funds,
Stetson, formerly cashier of the Mer
chants and Manufacturers' bank. Ho tes
tified to boing familiar with the hand
•itlng of Davis, and also with that of
ex-Mayor Clark L. Jordan, tinder whose
administration Davis served. In Stet
's opinion Jordan's signature ns
countersigning chocks aggregating $7,000
in tho handwriting of Davis
Mayor Jordan was called as a witness for
tho prosecution, and testified that his sig
nature countersigning tho chocks in quos
not written by him.
Ho Fo
Gl.
by City Clerk M. V. B.
giv
Ex
tiou w
n on Trial for Murder.
New Bloomfield, Pa., Jan. 32.—The
trial of Dr. Thomas L. Johnston, charged
with the murder of Dr. Henry on tho 28th
of lust September, was begun before Judge
Jercmiali Lyons yesterday. Long before
the opening hour tho court
filled with spectators. The prisoner when
brought into the court room did not sh
much evidence of having beon ill
Johnston and Mrs. Honry
court, but the prisoner took
either of them. The prisoner refused to
plead, and a plea of not guilty
tored. A motion made by the prisoner's
counsel to quash tho indictment on the
ground of irregularity was refused. The
jury was completed before court
journod.
Hr. Jolinst
Mrs.
both in
notice of
A Much Married Mai
Kansas City, Mo., Jan. 23.—Governor
Lecdy has pardoned H. C. Wilmoth, nlirts
Howell, alias Howe, alias Howarfc, who
was serving a ton months' sentence for
■ested oil tho
« Haute, Ind., where ho
Tied to a woalthy young
of that city. His arrest
brought about by Miss Bello Buell, of
Effingham, Ills., to whom ho was also
married. His trial developed evidence
which placed him in the front rank of
bigamists, it being shown that ho had
eleven wivos living. His remarkable mari
tal career covered a period of eight yours,
during ilhich ho had
Missouri penitentiary for i
bigamy. Wilmoth
charge at T
about to bo
•ed a te
in the
i of his crimes.
Could
ul HriiEil.
Caund
port and
Holt steamer Button arrived last night
from Santos, Brazil, with flfty-threo
stranded Canadian emigrants, who left
tho cold climato of their northern homes
to establish themselves near Santos. Tho
warm climate of southern Brazil was too
ch for the colonists, and they were
ablo to toll with their usual energy. They
arly destitute whon the British
consul became interested iu them, and by
his aid they omburked on tho Buffon,
their passago being paid through
ada by the British government
New York, Jan. 23 —The I.;
Portrait Remains,
•Teflf Davis'
Little Rock. Jan. 22.—Six years ago
leglslnt
>nth the Arknm
k bill nppropriating$359for apuint
Davls, and instructed the
to hang It
this
lug of Jeffers
,'or tho
-iit-ar
speaker's chair, u pi
by a portrait of George Washington, the
the left.
f.
•ly ocoupiod
red t
latter portrait, boing r
On Wednesday Jacob King, of Stc
ox-Confoilorato, offered a rei
replace tho Washington poi
olutiou
trait above tho speaker's desk, bub th
resolution wi
,'helmingly defeated.
An Unpopular Verdict.
. 22.—Not in years
N. J., J
Camdf
verdict in the Camden ci
a ted such a feeling
which wai
tho case of Edward T. Melson, wh
acquittod of the
ex-pollco officer. Of nearly a hundred poo
a reporter, ther
>t dissatisfied with tho verdict
» that of
ot guilty
dcrod Wednesday night in
rder of Daniel Lee, tho
pie seen by
Among tlioso seen were lawyers and oth
ers connected with tho c
whom had heard ull tho testimony.
4
., Jan. 28.—T(
aged 26, was sentenced to four years in t he
penitentiary Wednesday for disposing of
mortgaged property. After sentence
passed Rowe confessed to being tho hus
band of fifteen living •
king tho confes
dieted and sentenced for bigamy he could
tho same time,
Fourteen Wives
Just
Rowe,
rives. Thi
that if in
be cumulative.
i tlioy would
.rt at Frank
ir of Seventh
by Iho plate or q
Oyste
ilardnoi .
ind Shipley
stor depot, cor
•cots.
«!'
Laundry. 093 West Froot St.
America
&I. F Davis, Joweier. u E. 2nd H
' ding store. 000 King
Go to Dr. SI
fit rent, f
suffer with
bottle of his eye c
smi
ve to
liavo a
We nave trie 1 it
eyo
has proved
All llrod feelings arc quickly roliovcd by
Dr. Himm's Vegotoblo Liver Bills. Tho
or Pills of ti
Standard 1
Kiug stn
d und
d.
br
St
Anicrlcnn Drnu«lif
Archer Richards of this ci
spiked "Railroad Car D
the annual meeting ol tho I h
Chapter of the A.s?oc!
Draughtsmen at PJ»
Rhoads of this city
president oi the orgunizatiou.
■veiling
before
dolphin
las
iatio
lladelphln.
was elioted
;t A
A. E.
/
Wreck of the Nahum Chapin ou
Long Island's Coast,
rDlILE ATTEMPTS AT RESCUE.
The Ufa Savers Worked Manfully to Savi
le Men fr<
Dropped Off One by
Went to Pie<
the Rigging, but They
and the Vessel
New York, Jan. 23.—The throo masted
schooner Nahum Chapin, of Rockland,
Mo., coal laden, from Baltimore for Bos
ton, went ushoro
terday, and her entire c
• Quogue, L. I., yos
r, consisting ol
nine men, were lost in sight of hundred!
of people who hud gathered on tho beuck
powerless to render assistance.
The vessel went ashoro at 4 :B0 a.
that hour there was a thick rain falling
and, while it was not foggy, there
mist sufficient to make objects
distinct at a distance of two hundred
blowing from th<
velocity of about thirty
hour, and a high surf was rolling
the beach. Tho vessel pounded foi
two hours after she first struck
the waves drovo her gradually In shore,
and finally she wont to pieces, crumbling
before the fury of the mighty wav
eggshell.
Captain Charles Herman, of the Quogu!
life saving station, assisted by his
brought their apparatus from the hi
to a point just opposite the wrecked ves
sel, but when they shot out their life line
it was too late to bo of an y service. The
sailors who, from tho moment the patrol
had sighted the schooner,
clinging to the rigging, dropped off
Into the seething waters and soon
after two bodies were washed ashore.
Tho life savors worked manfully Their
first lino fired from tho mortar fell ac
tho yards, but slipped away over the side
and
rigging, but the sailors
it and it
tempt was also ineffectual
crowd of villagers who gathered
beach s:
but
. A!
yards. The wind
southeast, at
miles
up
I
1 '>
lost. Tho second landed in the
unable to
also lost- A third at
d then thi
tho
fall from
tho last of tho u
the rigging and disappear in the
which at tho time
•f,
sually
running
high.
Tho life saving c
to launch
pulsed each time by the breakers,
though the bystanders encouragod tho
rory possible manner,
noted for tholr
ggling,
ight of
ned within such
attempt
lifeboat, bub they
ul al
bravo fell
tho hardy sailors, who
bravery, had
half frenzied by the appalling
their follows being dr<
a short distance of the shore, and pushed
tho boat higher up on tho beach.
The body of the first sailor washed
ashore
and it
s in
desist aft
s taken to tho life saving station
ther.
followed by
died this body
tho surf said
of those who
i thrown up fr
s not extinct, but all efforts at
d.fruitless It was gen
ally surmised that the first body washed
in was cither that of tho captain or first
mate. Three hours after she first struck
pioces and the shore
strewn with wreckage.
sailors follow: S.
E. Arey, captain, Malden, Mass.; A. E.
Davis, first mate, Malden, Mass.; L. A.
), Cambridge, Mass
Neiber, Albert Lowe, It. O.
Anderson, Victor Struchon, Oscar Os
und Antonio Aucyunich.
Captain Arey leaves a widow and three
children, residing In Malden. Mate Davis
and Second Mate Mudduck each leave a
wife and
i
when it
that life
resuscitation pr<
tho schooner wont
for miles
The names of the lo<
Maddock, second
seamen Job
child.
To Settle the Union Pacific Debt.
New'York, Jan. 32.—Tho Press pub
lishes the following: Minor details are yet
the agreement made be
tween tho government and tho purchas
ing syndicate
Union Pacific Railroad company which
is due to the government.
returned to Washington
•o with Ex-Goy
ho is the special
tho matters
to bo arranged
adjust the debt of the
al Har
yesterday after a confer
ernor George Houdly, \i
sel of the government i
pertaining to the Union Pacific railroad
Tho syndicate includes almost every prom
inent banker in Wall street, and will
probably have for its chairman Jacob
Schiff, of Kuhn, Loci) & Co. It
of tho largest syndicates formed 1
Wall street, as tho total amount of
required will be about $50,000,000.
ill lio
ibors.
te Irish Mot
A Defeat for
Lon HUN, Jan. 22.—Tho house
s last night discussed Mr. Dillon's
ameuilment calling upon the gove
to Introduce comprehensive
the relief of Irish husbandry. Right II
John Atkinson, Conservative
North Londonderry, denied tl
been uuy groat decline In prices of Irish
produce. He hoped, ho said, for good re
lust year's bill. Mr. Dillon anil
mu ber fi
there had
suits fr
other Irish members insisted that o'
thing had been done for the English
nothing for the Irish fanner,
amendment
of 189
ul
The Dill
finally rejected by a
Cleveland's Dinner to the Diplomats.
Washington, Jan. 22.— The second in
tho s
President and Mrs. Cleveland nt tho White
House last night, tho diplomatic corps be
ing the guests. The numbor accepting in
:h that the long corridor
wstihule at the
had to bo
iveu by
le di
vitations
in the roar of t ho mai
entrance to tho man si
sod
all for
the state dining roi
the occasion. The dining table was decor
:e and
atod with a profusion of L
bridosimiid roses and ferns. Tho Mari
band, undor the direction of Profess
I?aucuilli, furnished
e Finished In 1900.
Tf
Washington, Jan. 82.—Tho s»
mittee on commerce yesterday ordered a
tho bill extending to
n which tho
between New
favorable report
Jan. 1, 1900, the timo with!
bridge across the East river
York
d Long Islaud shall be
of the completion of
plated. Tho tl
thorizing tho
building of tho bridgo expires with this
ler the law
s represented to tho co
it
year,
tee thi
ponded in the prosecution of the w
ire than $400,
•k.
Appointed.
New Itiflli
fro
2 , Jail. 22.-A cableg
Bai.ti
iun's spoclal correspondent at Romo
the pope has made tho follow
Tl
lug selections to fill the bishoprics of Wi
mington and Mobile: Very Itev. Felix
yet', of tho Bonedicti
II
vicar general, apostolic of North Caro
lie bishop of Wilmington, Del.;
Vory Rev. Edward P. Allen, 1) I)., presi
dent, of Mount St, Mary's seminary and
Emiulttsburg, Md., to bo bishop
eolleg
of Mu bile.
On
li IteviviM.
roven
ivival i
ere held in
>pnl Ch
I !
; Reformed Epi
the C
l
irdny afteruoi
Mg W
Ii
of soul saving and satlsfm
•oiling tho clumcol rail
lie
Tho evening con
jst seekers
was large, interest deep and
1 pc
with en
Kivgiltl
s being
itisfnctorv sevet
Dr Walker
res 11 1
lied from
pre
"Deli
T of Egypt." S
f t ho chil
of I-true 1
.
1
lay.
ltnvivnl Him v cm.
hool and song ser'
2.80 p.
Smulaj
hold next .Sunday
112
The new
g by
•I Sanity at their meetings in
, Philadelphia and Boston,
p Sydcrsky of I'liffadclpi.ia. will
gs that
held at the wluter circus, Phila
delphia. Every body is cordially invited
to attend.
tha
Sill
»»y
Mood
New \
Mr. V
ell of
Llctenaut Walter H. Gordon
.•ill
d cf tho Delaware College
January 20.
Cadets
ConflUiillmin! Convention,
Dover, Del., Jan. 21.—'The (,'onstitu
tioual Convention to day received a peti
tion from T. B. Coursey, of Kent County,
declaring that It Is a gross injustice to
compel taxables of rural districts, who
than a poll tax for
mister before each
also urges the con
voting
have been paying
a number of years, to i
election. Mi. Coursey
vcution to adopt tho Mey
machine in all elections.
Tho Committco
of tho Ballot made
declaring that tho provisk
htitution shall not proven
Assembly from providing for the punish
of and delining olectiou offenses not
named in tho Constitution.
Mr. Spruanco concluded his argument
in favor of jury trials for persons accused
of election offenses, and who
trial by Judges.
Mr. Spruance thon offered
ment, providing that
convicted of an elect!
the Judges concur, and
higher Court all the Judges must
ugreo in order to affirm the sentence of
tho lower Court.
Mr. Biggs ami Drs. Pratt and Cooper
trial by Judges, Mr. Biggs de
crltioal
Securing tho Purity
additional report,
of the Con
tho General
favored tho
*nd
lerson shull be
uuless all
appeal
the
favored t
daring that tho pres
time in tho history of the .State, uud that
id bo broken up
parties to jail.
Tn his speech
m in tho party
jvho h
ly way bribery c
tho
send the guilty
Mr. Snruance declared 1
that ho knew of eminent
now in power in this State
most buggered themselves in bor
uud futnishiug money to corrupt voters,
the other hand, another gentle
connected with tho
into the S
ul
ng
posito party
as succeeded
higher
and
rilling to pay
has c
price.
Mr. Richards said tlmt ho lmd been in
third of tho voters of
?ro purchasable. Bribery
is not confided to Kent uml Sussex coun
ties, but it exists in No
looking
1 that
Kent county
oil.
Castle
tho convention
The people
to eradicate tho evil.
Tho Committee
bearing to
next Tuesday.
.'ill
Agriculture
the farmers of the State
AMUSEMENTS.
GRAND OPERA IIOU8B.
A DOW Kit V GIRL.
Basconi, the gifted author
to tho
Miss Ada Lc
>, 1ms given
dramatic
production that Is creating a furore of in
terest and curiosity. "A Bowery Girl,"
is the title of tho play, and
orld
its name ltn
with the exist
, it deals principally
im has constructed a re
g play, dealing with love
and passion among tho poor ami honest
lowly. This theme is as old ns tho drama
itself, yet if properly presented i
inonolou
I
;r. Worn:
>f that fam
like, Miss Base
•kably s
)'DOWD'S NEIGHBORS.
is the most
ost enjoyable laughter Is
produced without a blush; songs tli
pie love most have sweet, refined
Tho most appreciated
refined; tho
P'!0
lody
ami pure sent!mo
at
oral emotions, sublime and
. The oporatic comedy
"O'Dowd's' Neighbors." which will lie
presented by Murry and Murphy's (J
dlans, supporting .Mark Murphy at the
Opera House ou Monday evening next.
red by
d MI'S Brandon
Douglas will make their initial bow to a
in Mr. Robert
ork, "The
Donald Robert'
Wilmingt
adaptation of Dun
Ho
the Ope
'day night. The actor-author has
Mask,
Man in Ire
next T
constructed a pluy of surpassing power
of anything
and tragic interest lu udvi
of today. He has built
shows a skilled hand and
ilerstanding of tho technicality
si ruction.
fhich
;rf ill
hcrent uud logical
)'DR!I
s O'Brien the
Daniel Bull; will appo:
Contractor," at
next Wednesday.The
opportunity to bring
tnarkablo talent as
portrayal of tho Irish—A
style of work he stands
peer.
• Grand Opera House
!e give' abundant
into play his re
>1!
tho
in which
rithout u
Me in in-1 i«l S/r
l.ni
Wilmington L:>dgo No. 1, A O. IT SV.
s which
airman
lft't
•e in chargo of C. M. Bank
oriai.
of th
chairs, draped,
mittee
root of tiio
Hi ii
s of William H. Schoeu, dlod
May 17, 18'J'i; Georgo W. Vnndegrift. died
W. Palmer, died July 29;
ber 28; Willii
Lit
William MuX ui!, tiled O tube
Murmugh, die l Nove
died Decern!
gilt (
r draped i
H Pien
:
)f .lull
of the orJe
fo
Jordan l'pc
who died .la
18, lss7 and
red ii
M. Banks Lewis C. Fr
B. F. Shakespt
which sung several sole
d William H Fo:
gies on the d
. C. A Cline and
posed a quartetto
(.'.urns. E. B. Bald
i :ed
Iii
d broil
.. Tho ou
mp
Colonel ( nnbv Keliros.
el James Cauby. eldest grands
by, Sr., first president ot tho
:pany, and ehl
1 Can by; also a
am Canby. lias
Coli
C
W. & B Kill
n ut tho la
ate W
j of the
)!.
aatership
!.
do. United
Hi
Dep
of
hi
hod the
A
H
bee
t of t>4 yearn
) years
y
-;ue and lo
rd Colonel
,'ci for
thirty-ii
hon
11
;j De
Can!
i lc
e he h
hole cf his
f> the
Dus
In Pity tag
Jtlvely engay
In
recjH
rf
of the
and has
Department of the C
the Colorado
Colonel C
Major C. C
will c
1
*, Anzoi
Mil be filled by
hVs place
lion, chief pnyra
York loi that pur
fro
pj«e.
High ftcknnt l xu
Thirty-three y<
ng wo
f
hro
King men to-day c
years course of study prescribed for grad
utos of the Wilm
P High .Sci
: mhdft the
....a
nearly al! of the
i
75 per cent., necessary I
from examination. The
has bee
fork of the class
•cry satlsf
lag ongiuul
tlie
• of th
.alt-til
ability above tho
,1 begat
Kxuminu
day.
ll'iiihea
81
While Frederick Hods,
Linde
cellar
d Ad
his
fl.\:I
•ok thief o
.
lire,
, '1
thief
he cash dr.
Stolt $185 fr
,u,r;
accomplished his act with
d
ho floor of the h
i
g. Tho thiol
iih tho Iota
layers of
been fam ill
of 111
of th
o kind behind the cm
disturbed.
The police
lmd boo
the
ifi'-d.
have bee
colic
Tho Wutor Department li
!
46,090 over tins ti
the
bate Ins 1
1
this hu
C.dlc
FACES
ndi, oily,
< 1 .
dotclii's, blackheads
Tl.
1
Iry.
->y
All
ir, nnd buby
Boa)', the mi
prever
fu
purify.
ic world,n« we
ini'and beautifying sou
jet for toilet, bath, aud
ricry.
purest
(ytlciira
niBtljr.
BLOOD HUMORS
IkUlita.
CUT! ceil A
HANSCOii'S
N Gclntluo on tho market equal »•
Large package only
H
10 cents.
HAXSCOM'S.y
7th uud Market streets.
MITCHELL L BASH
MITCHELL A BASH
Wilmington, Del, Jan. 22 nd, 1897 .
MITCHELL & BASH'S
Great Selling-Out Sale
of Chester Stock.
Maybe you didn't know that wo Iiave a large store in
Chester, Pa. Webave—and it's ground area is twice that of :
our Wilmington store. Consequently it has larger and morn
stocks that at our present establishment. We are closing that
store up and having but a limited timo to dispose of the
stock, a great deal lias been moved to this store for quick dis
tribution. These are some of tho goods and the prices:
NOTIONS.
Good basting cotton, 200 yard spools,
black only, old price 3c lc spool
Half dozen styles of ruffling, old price
2c yard
binding, old price
4c a piece
ering, G yards, old price
4c.
Featherstitch
Whalebone
Baby socks, all colors, old prices 8 to 12c
Globe Fastonete, the n
10c
li'
hook and eye,
5c card
Rubber skirt protector, old price 25c
24o piece
Waist Belting, old pri
Skirt Protectors, in all colors
Pictures in imitati
frames, old price 25c
Stand c
old price 21
Hose supporters In rod, yellow', pink
blue, black satin, old prleo 25c
Baby socks all sizes
Children's Corset Waists, old prlo
5c piece
oil, with gold
s iu red, green, yellow, liuen
■ > ■
12c -1 c
I"-'
Liuen handkerchiefs, embroidered,many
initialed, old price 15c
Dcuim Pill
ors. old price 12c
Deni
ed, old price 35c
Tinted stand covers
yard square, old pri
Tinted canv
Now 10c each
Covers, stamped, all col
Now 8c each
and covers, iu all colors,stamp
Now 22c each
ith fringe around,
jrs, with fringe,
lu black and white, old price 50c
Steel Hair Hi
39'!
any styles, 15o kind
4c; 25c kind
WHITE GOODS.
.«>•
Nos a thing but what has boon red
Lacc—Many styles. The
so laces, that
Elegant embroide
edgings, worth fr
Case
4c und 8c kind
Pillow'
I'll!
X
1 tic \ d
j
I
rith big ,
!
4c yd and 5c v
Humbu r,
,\
10c yd
At 4c, 5c, aud tic
10c—12c—14c kinds of embroideries
7c, 8c, 9c yd
Ou
Bettor kinds of embroideries,
values in them
10c, 12c. 80c, 30c and s
any styles of lacc
0c v
hundred styles of Ger
chon laces, all widths, f
i, |
d !
i'- j
A bin filled with
Yd
rurth fr.
T
) . . : I
» 30o yard, ;
2c to 1.2}io ,
4c
;
LINENS. ETC.
slins, many
Now 3c yd
A lot of white plaid
yles, old prico 4c to (ic
White buck towels, old price.'
Now t'au eaeu
Good pillow cases, ready to use, oldjm^e
sheets 2\i yds wide and 2J j yds long,
sllu, old price 05c
I0c
in ado of good
39c
N.
sliu, old
lade of fine
Larger sheets
price 75o
Linen crash, old price 13c
Tui key red linens, yard uud half
old price 19c Now 1
White table linen, two yards wule,
prico 87c
Unbleached t tble li
1
Now 8c yd
ride,
Id

J't
good pattern.--,
thise coats. Read this
id of tills salo
item by uii
re have bee
ail sizes, that
Abo.i
89 coat!
a this
id
$11 98
IS 113.98.
v..1 sell tu
g i
atje—
$3.98
• d velvet collars made of beaver.
. This
fin lined.
Those
!, la
aide
j
|
!
i have
b.nck
t:
cb
Of U 99
A
P*
v $7.98
i.!ar 1 J.! prico h 113.93
br )
Ot ft
'
:th
S !
p. 98 C<
[lb ftoia $3 to $8, uow $1.93.
years paitera,
j Cl
SKIRTS
«
A special redaction.
Bi&ck Figured Mohair Skirts, old price $3 98 now $2.98
Black Figured Mohair Skirts, old [.rice $2.48 uow $1.48
Mitchell & Bash
211) MARKET STREET—
^1 m us erne fits.
RAND OPERA HOlUSK.
G
Friday, January 22.
WILLIAMS'
IIARRY
Brilliant Success.
MISS LILLIAN KEENE IN THE TITLE
ROLE,
A BOWERY GIRL
A Happy Blending of
COMEDY AND PATHOS
SKNSATIOX,
75 cents.
13,
L»ri<
Monday, January 25,
BU Pl'OltT
SSMy'V comedians,
M
[a the Operetta
Mr
i
HV
Little M
]\J EIQHBOnS,'
'O'D 0WU 'S
An Avalanche of Music?
8JS-HOUR3 OF JOVIALITY-3#
Scale of Pr.ccs
25, 35. 50. 7;
Tuesday, January 26
.•".on ot Duma
Gl
THE MAH IN THE IRON MASK"
i 1
-BY
1 , Miss Brandon
Mr. Donah! Roberts
Doughas and a Superb Cast.
Magnificent Cost!
Prices, 15,35, 35, 50, 75c.
WONDERLAND
Seventh und Shipley Streets,
W. I,. Doc
idor, Mmii
Homo of the hlffii-rlRM Vaud
,e. OpO
10 uml i
1 *
p. in.
s. I.m
pints of t
,.n« Bhoi ts Tor sale it S.
m 1 and Shlploy Htreet!, at
city Market Cigar b'.ia
ii. F. BouaooN. prop.
2000 II*.
I: to
lorv.
SILKALINeS
Don't carry those usually, must sell
them. Many patterns of this pretty drap
ery worth 12^0 to 15o
bo yd
LININGS
lino hero, that must go quickly
Tho usual 5o u yd lining
Waist lining or drilling, usually 10c yd
5c yd
Silicla lu all colors, usually 12J£c, M
Nuw7o yd
Fibre Chamois, usually 12J^o 9c yd
The 24c kind reduced to 19c yd
Haircloth, usually 15c Now 10c yd
Hair Cloth reduced from 8 o o
A
3.^o yd
i
SKIRTS
skirts, full length
$1.25,
Sateen and
and width. Old prices 98o
Now 66c. .
UNDERWEAR
price list of
Most impossible bo give
tills A counter piled full of attractive.
goods.
Ladies' Meri
Vests, old prico 29c,
Now 19o
Ladles' Grey Ribbed Vests, old prico29c,
Now 19o i
Men's red shirts, old prico 39c, Now 29o
Children s Merino or grey shirts, old
price 25c . Wi*
Men's grey shirts, with double breasted .■
front, marked 50c, Now 89o
Men's drawers, old price 35c,
Red shirts and drawers for children, old ;
33 and 39o
Now 29o
smaller prices.
Smaller sizes
Children's shirts, old prico 29c,
Children s Ribbed Vests, old price 29o
19o
Bov's merino shirts and drawers,sizes W
and 31, old price 35 and 40c,
Now 25®
choice of all
Qolops , lU( j si
KID GLOVES
kid glove s In all
seconds! i
rjgoods,
s. Nt
>0®
RIBBONS
Pimple, but true.
The 15c ribbons are marked
"The 29o ribbons
The 25c Ribbo
19a
19a
ked
:ked now loo.
Posiiivoly Last Week of This
Special Sale.
We
Want
Boyers
And Expect to
Pay for Them,
The best of goods h
the exigency of circumstances and
ico iu a
jet
to
drey iu price,
take
jvhile.
iburger Clothing Is
Ha
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tiou.
We offer this temptati
flu riuiti and Overcoats tar 9 •> 0?
" I 8.00
113
" $10 00
" 113.00
" 113.84
Higher priced goods lu like pro
115
9.8
$20
portion.
want it.
1
money back if y
HAMBURGERS,
Market Street, Wilmington
id Howard Strata,
», Md.
220 and
Baltimore
Baltii

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