Waco Daily Examiner. (Waco, Tex), Vol. 18, No. 164, Ed. 1, Friday, May 15, 1885 Page: 1 of 4
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BY BARTOW & CRAVENS.
W i have ju-1 received lines t TaMe Linens Table Cover. Toxv-
1 lnx lie. Napkin. I!ed Spread" Lac e I'.ed ell. I'ianii I'nU'ix
' .. e 'I idle and Linen ('rahc from one of Hie large' pciinl
i-ol lhce good eer hail in NexvYtuk. The good Ii:ii
I. i.n bought xxnx beloxx their market value the hcnellts ol thin
v.. will oiler to the pnblie this week. Km li and every lot wo.
! i. lie ill In- litiu it on our counters and Ladies should auill
i' in-elves of I his
rpiie Clieapest Sale o
eve;: known in the history or
oxjtp "rjEaczT'S otltbx-.
Ilrm i ulli you to our store this week and we will shoxv you every lot
h Ilalh Towels' :lil is m cents'
i.ln per doeu.
' 1 1 lick Towels ail II
I'll l.-'i per doen.
I 1 1 ink Towels :1I1S S l-:t
ioh. UU cents per doen
ii Dania-k Towels lidxlo.
. ills each. -f l.litt per doen.
n Damask Towel illxlO 1.1
u'h 'fJ.Vfi per doen.
:. Damask Towel. ."i7x'-'l '.'.'i
h-- Oft per doen.
n Checked and 'I'urkej Dox-
' cents per doen.
na-k Table Cloths. Murdered.
for Infants and Children.
CarerictiiFowcHadaptcJtochildritnlhat I Cftfltorla cures Colic Constipation
tn-coiimi'nJUuafcuicnorUta'ypncriLUon I Bour Ktomnch IMarrhma UnictnUon
kMWHWna" 1L A. A8CUi.M I).. I ..ST' S"" V' " fromota'
111 Bo. Oxford St DrwUjn N Y WitLoui lujurioua medication.
Ta CnxTii-u Cuui'i.sr is! fulton Strwt K. Y
BEST. CHEAPEST. SIMPLEST.'
C.W. DORR Manager
"itiM" M.i:m:ii i.miax. sit
twni i rj-v
CAMERON CASTLES & STOREY
We are Sole
N. I(. FAIRBANKS & CO.'S UNEXCELLED
SOAPS AND LARK .
B. ft. PATTERSON k
l;; CELEBRATED ;
:SHELL ROAD TOBACCO
no.s. WilRams & Co.'s
U S E -
FURNISHING GOODS I
Tim uny coons trade in waob
GO inch Tin key Ifed '1'able Linen.
"' fast color :I7 1-- cents per yard.
en inch r.leac.heil Damask Table
" Linen In cents per yard.
I A Inch Checked (!la-s Toweling at
I li cents per lard.
I "7 inch All Linen Checked (J lass
Toweling. 1'.' !-.' cents ier xnrd.
COfl llesl (Quality Ilonexrninb lied
JUu .s.pii'iiil ai U.'i ceiit.s"e.'ich.
ncn White Marseilles Spruuils at
9 A Damask Table Cloths bordered
nt s.') cents eaeli
in A Damask Table Clotlis horder-lt-t
H l U.'i each.
HottH n imliiB (rrftsa pwild rUstir plt Aflu
comnnrn.il f rtiUif m - cr)tldntr mjuirmrf
bnunl'Minu- anj tjnautrt ti r ucr Utur anH
fiutt r tliau an) utlar u.iUi vl s. IS t 1 : 1 : 1
liy i'wiiitf in rff tl- v n v - tfr- I h wmj 14
uti'il imiot tlmiwu ujiwar.tH Imtfor full
.ruI( on iltlur 'r Uttli fdlic uf na: m licitiily
'.ntU'ljil toauy wRtfotior 1 art witbiut injury ainl
;tiK t wbcri-vi r tlir can WmIi-iy Ihihh II fr-
1 1 tin. H(jHHiacnv wheat i?rilay Crop inf-
'lourililurffiTtliauuhtii drtlhtt. Otilj prrlrt-i
Uriiiitlt-anirr tiiaili'. iinift aivuratonvrifulturiil
juii Inmiit la tin wnrM. I'liilorwl mni nvom-
in- ii1-tUy Vm ultiinla'lltvt'rtaiiil lt-t(arturi
In r H. rully Marrautxl-xrf" tly himrlo. 1o
not hv pill o" llli any other PuA nt
unco far tv trvv ilhMrnt. il cilalnsnui wltli
full inf'irmaUou auJ buuilruld at tutlnnmlaj.
rot'iuii st. nns ?ioixks. iowa.
ft fl ft PI
C O .
CASTLES & STOREY.
THE SEASON for
ever shown in this city
It will be to the interest of purchasers to take advantage of the bargains offered in these
come more than about once in a lifetime. So be early and get a good selection.
H fifl ft Of Till" i F fi
HUllUuU IFlL ULni
What They are Saying and
Doing in Countries Where
C1111111I11 1 1 sis. M'liipiit'il Her I'ocs
M Tlioioulilj llial the tt'iu
in Vim .1111I5 Oti'i'.
'I'lic .!!c imii iiiimiul ill Dim-
mer l I.oshii; its ('oik cssion
- .Minister Mt:l:iiit'.
Tlic.os tlielVlnile i't tint!
.VntliiiU lull (lie 'HS M'n-
eil t' li) Hie i:11111lnr1.
li.MM.Isll I'lll.l Ill's.
ANiiiiiru IMZ1.1: roll .1. n.
London Maj 11 A dispaleli t'rom
I'it'rpul to the TeleL'rapli a: ''The
people of Al(;lianitan expect that
KiiKhind will cilher avenge the ileleal
of the Afghans by the IiiIniimir in-
demniry the Ameer for hi losses."
The dispatch 11U0 say that Yulalani
Sarin i head man 'and represent
lliis.siau rule in I'eujileh.
London Mav 1 1. Karl (irauvillo is
coniii'.iinleatiii'' with N Deieis in
refjard to keeping order on the new
liiHsoAfhan frontier. It i- repotted M
Dewier lias asked whether Kiifjlund
will accept the re-ponsibililv lor act
of troiitier tribes uoiniualh under
control of the ameer. It is the inten-
tion of M. Dejriers to leave IttiHsiu
freedom to extend her frontier on the
lirat exou-e of tribal disorder.
1 miKi:v in iiii:.soi-)an.
London. Mav II. Nojiotiatlous are
iiroceedinir with Turkev for the lat-
ler's occupation if imkiin and Ihe I
ondnii on the follow ins liui: The
porte ellpiue to aBist in silppressini;
tlie .slave trade uinl 111 ilevelnptiiK e-
lerual "oniuieicial relation besides
loriiml proposals made through
lehini pa-h 1 If the poile uecepls an
hnirli-li coinpam w ill oiitalu tlie op-
lion of seiuiili'' the coni'cioii lo
construct arailwu to I'.erher and will
iTioio other tradiii'' rivlita.
I. ill (iraliville is also nci.'oli'iiinjr
with the Italian ijoveriiuieut loniern-
Inj; an allernathe schenie for the oc
cupation of the I i'il sua coast in tlie
event of failure lo come 10 1111 iicrei.-
nienl with the porte.
London May II. The Maudard
av.: It 1 Miuioreil 1 11:11 the lii.s-i.'in
ruiilv raises a dilllciilly in rei-iud to
Ihe liasls of ilellinilalion.
It is eiected a commission of olli-
cers will ho appointed to evaniine Ihe
nortliwest troiitier 111 imtia uillin
view ol takins; into coiiideritiou
measures for il defense. Afghan
mci chant residiii.' at Merv have pe-
titioned lliissia to allow an A lf.'li;iii
no Ni:t"Ht.l. z-iNi:.
Vienna May 1 1 A dispatch from
St. reter-biiij; sa)s: The na-i- of the
Annlo-l'u-si.iii aiiiccincnt appears 10
consist of tint abolition of the neutral
.one in favor ol a direct boundary be-
tween lius.'ia and Alh'iiiUfau. Itu-
skin rovrriiiiieiil ciiiles think this
will Beeure hisliui; peine the neutral
one having been a constant ciuse ol
AMU 111:1; isoui: Ki'or.
ilonj; K0111; Mav H. 'I'he llu-siau
minister at l'eklu i niiicli concermd
over ICn'llsh occupation of viiclpoarl.
Vladlvaslock is clo-cd to foieijiii en-
sels unless lirotilit in l. l!uiau pi-
lot. Tin: ill. Kit 1.1. 'iin iti:.
Teheran Ma) ll.-Col. Allkan II j
who commanded the liiis-bins in their
attack on Peiijdeh remains at Merv
with -'1)011 troops. The liussian have
two balallons of Infantry and mki cav-
alry with two batteries and the
Sarakhs. The) have a. strong outpost
at P11I I Khartoum ami Zullicar.
.;loiii.oo run ukaiiiiii
London May 1 1. In the house of
commons this alleruooii (ilaiUlmie
-aid he did not know whether liu-
sla's answer conreruiiif; the Afghan
frontier Hreeiuent rein lied by (iraii-
vllle tlie earl of Kiiubcrly Maron
I li Slnal and M. l.o.ar and siilm.il-
tvd lo the car for approval had
et arrived ill London. 'Ihe nejiuiia-
tioiis between tho two meat j;overn-
ments continue Mr. (ilailstone aid
and the ;orrniiient wa unaware of
any further l!ii-iaii advance lie
then iiioved and Sir Stall'ord North-
cole seconded the .'raiillilf; of an 1111-
liulty of i!(;iii)l)o lo Princess Meatrice
on the oecalon of her marriage.
Mr. Labouchure opposed the motion
as lie thought the queen should pro-
ide the iiuniiit).
'1'ho annillt) vi voted li) .'ijs
Mr. (iladstouo in nioiuj; tlie an-
nuity lilted the house lo bear ill
inlml that the oriiiecm Ileal rice wa
the last ol the n. .ecu's chililreii for
whom a demand of the kind could be
made. "'I he niarriHs;e oftlie primes.
continued the I'rcmier.like all the pre-
vious marriage of her nmjestj's fam-
ily is bused upon a genuine attuch-
nieut." The goviruinent proposed
Mr. (iladstone said to submit tho
whole ijiil'stioti of the civil 1 i. t and
future grunts to rovu'i) ton purliu-
Uliilslcr Mi I. one in rati..
Paris. Mav 11 Mr M..ri"ii ihi
t nil I lilted Mates mini ' r I.
WAU) TEXAS KKIDAY MAY 15 lssfi.
light goods is at hand mid wo
The bargains that we oiler
Linen ilc India
presented his letters of reeal
I'iri'vy then lunched together
ented his letters of recall to Prcs
wardo Mr. Mel.ane presented his ere
dentlalsi to I'rci-idcnt (Irevy and de-
livered 1111 address to which (irevy re-
plied uelcoiuliif' the new iiiiulsleraud
Ihaiikinj: hlui lor Hie sentiments' e-
luessed in hi speech. M. (irevy as-
sin ed Mr Me.l.anc that he would al-
ways tint! in Trance the most sjnipa-
Ihelic co-operation in every thiiiif cal-
culated to jiromole the well'aie ol the
I ...It tlc.lt MiM'li .lltll-lll'ls
l.ondnu. May 1 1 ( ousols
opened '.IK :-.s at I p. m. declined to
yn I-l now iiioled !i'.i I -Hi. Colli mon-
e and ai count at .'I p. III. Consols
wcieliy lor both account.
DOKllsli lull .Null's
Loudon .Mav II. At the Chester
iiifi'litiK lo-il.'i) Hie race for the (ileal
Cheshire handicap slakes wa won b
Whipper-in Stone Clink ''d Waf-
"I'ili1 :il seven stanei's.
li ll.VlisTII-S M.W s.
llli'r lltf I'tilli'cliirslilli-!!! hiu I lie
(ialveston Mas II. den. Newton
chief engineer of the Culled Slates
army an i veil in the city to-day on a
lourof general iiipoetion of the j;o-
crniuent harbor improvements at this
and other points aloti! Ihe jinll'. (ien.
.Newton is a finest at the Uracil hotel
of Col. Manstleld engineer in charge
ol this district.
Hon. Temple Houston senator from
the Panhandle is in the riM on busi-
ness connected with cattle interests ol
It i said that the I lou. (iuy M.
I'.ryan i applicant for the otlice ol
cofleclor of customs of thi di-trict.
(ien. A. (i. Malloy the present collec-
tor va reappointed by e-l'reideiit
Arthur only a few weeks befoie the
hitters term expired.
It is also leported that Win. II
Nichols another well-known resi-
dent of (ialveston is eireulatini; 11 pe-
tition asking President Cleveland for
the position of collector of cu-tonis
Col. Win. II. Sinclair to-day te-
ceived a. dispatch tiom New Orleans
announcing the fact that the fainous
Itusch Zoaves of St. Loui
would visit (ialveston im-
mediately niter the New Orleans
drill and they are expected lo an ive
Sunday Till company visited (ial-
veston lat sprint; iliiiuedialelj alier
the lliler-state diill at lloutoii ami
their detei initiation to lelurn aam
shows thev appreciate the roiisiti
weh omc (ialveston -;ave Ihiui then
whicli will lindollbledl) be repealed
Tlii' will "ive an exhihilioii drill
It is learned that the fovernuiiMit
authorities ai Wasiin;toti hae
decided upon the lemoval of the al-
vivton custom house from its pireif
location on Mechanic street near
I'weiity-tirst lo the in.'iiiili.eiil
Mood) litnldiu; 011 the Slraud.ioiiiei
of Twenty-second street. A lea.e for
one M'ar has been executed with the
privile;e ol contiiiuiiif; the saiiie for
three year. The lein-e covers ou!
one-half ol the llrt lloor ami the en'-
tire second lloor ol the Moody build-
in;; at 11 rental of '..'.000 per ear. pos-
session lo lie hi'ii .lulj 1st. The
new ipiaricrs arc a vast lmproxenient
over the jiresent (piarlers.
rim illimii sciiiiiorial this
Sprinjilield Ilk May II. lielum
Iroin Mason couuly were leceiveil by
Ihe secrclai) of state this iiioniin.
and it is thouhl the icmaiiider will
lie in soiueliine to day. lint a cell ill
cite will prohabh bc'preculcil to Ihe
hotie As l.'epreseiitiitive siitiiu i
i.nl hi re the ilemocrals propo-u lo op-
pose Weaver's nomination. All the
ilcniiiciatsnie here lucludin;; 'I'livtm
of Adams who was brought heiebv
a special train this niiunin' bill I
very sick. His doctors accoiiipanieil
The lourth ballol resulted as fol-
lows: Morrison M Harrison 11.
I'.rown 1(1 I'.lack 'J Tree 'J Tow neiul
J. Altel(ll '.' Allen 7 Splinter Til-
den Worthinj;toii .Stephenson Pal-
mer (iniidv and DoiKAau 1 each.
'I'he fifth ballot resulted in Mor-
rison 7 llanisoii lo liiowii in Mini k
:! Tree :l.'. Allen .'. Alteldl 'J Tow n-
seud '.' Worlliini;iou 11'alnier :l.ludd
J. seliolielil -'. W. M. Anderson :l.
Neece'J A. Welch '.'. Oberl) Tumi
hull Ciillow Kclh Murphy and
H uncan 1 each.
The sixth ballot icniiltcd Tree Ml
sealterili!; 7 total '.It!
I lie joint assemlilv tool a I.
till 7:iiu and there will probahl)
an an 1.11'm session
Judge. I.aiiiborl Tree who received
Ml voles on tho lith ballot is the well
liiowii 1 iiicago jiiriM. Me Is repu-
teii tone worth over a 11 'iilon 1I0I
I a is.
A 11 ol It it I'm 11 ml 1 11 11 w 11 r 1'nlr.
Winnepcg May II. A Itatoiuho
! dihiiatcliof the p.'lh gives the follow-
1 mg account of Tuesda)'s light: The
j gienadiers iiiiillitnd h'ltlaliou ninth
rillcs lloiiltou'ri ciiMilry 1'iencli
scouls and surveyors cori'is. advanceil
! at 1 p. m. Ir -amp in e.vten.h'd
I older and at li p.m. had reached a
point one mile beyond Matouclie
without any serious check. The)
' were assisted by one liiiie-poundc'r
I gun ol'"A" battery and two niveii-
. pounders ol Winnipeg batten which
! shelled Ihe rebels Irom Mull to lilull'.
j 'I'he (ialliii giinal-o did good service
ami cleared several ravines. The mid-
land battalion formed right and
rear the grenadiers were in the ceii-
liu and the .Ninth rillcs oiilhe let!.
Thev clieeieil as they advanced
.hardly waiting to lire. They ad-
1 valiced with a rush on the rebel po-
sition driving them from their rille-
nils 0110 alter another. Ilulml Iml-
lets fell like hail but the men in their
enthusiasm did not mind them and
pushed lowaril despite even thing
boinetiuics being dote up to the pits
before the rebels lied. All lebel prln-
oiiem wcro released fiom cellai in
theviUuge. and were palu and weak
'I he force bivouacs in the village to-
light the ereba being lett under a
-ilia" guari1 The rein I loss 1- heavy
I-"I I t'i appellc ilispulih Mi
have opened and put on sale
this week in the following lines
Ivrexv India Lawn
Kcrexv Petian Laxvn
Kcrexv ICgypliah Laxvn
Colored Itnlia Mulk
Colored Persian Lawns
"Yesterila oiir correspoiiilent saw
letter written by Kiel 011 Hie .olh
of April lo relatives and friends here
eaUini; upon them to come up and
help him to plunder house and store
ami take ewnlhinj; in the way ol
pro isioiis. He tells II. en. he ha
met the troops and ha hiul "ical suc-
cess. The letter i eouiheil ill most
Indians here are all upon their re-
serves and appear iliiet.
.ilorrlsiui u liliiliut 11.
Spr'umliehl Ilk. Max 11.- In ioiul
iissembl) to-da) .Mi eiiatorH and l.O
ii u.e nisi nanoi Monisou lecelv-
ed !" vole- streeler v ting lor Mlack
and Haines lor Men-ill. For the lir-t
time this session Mnlheraii oteil lor
Moirlson and his vote was t lieeied.
On the second ballot Miceler and
Haines voted lor Mm lison making
the ote lnl.
The ll.ird hallol wa alne a- Hie
-eciiinl Morrison lnl. .sen!!- ilm.
can is now speaking and announcing
Ihe withdrawal ol Morrison Irom the
contest. In withdrawing Morrisons
name Mr. Duncan did not a Moiri-
on would not bo brought up again
hut said thai in the interest ol the
democratic parly Mr. Morri-on's mime
wount he wii'iilr.-iw 11 lo the 1. resent
I hi announcement was received with
silence on the republican side anil 11
fourth ballol wa ordered On this
ballot the democrat ir vote became
scftttenng the ineinbers being in-
clined to vote for 1 heir personal
friend-. Carter llarri-011 received
a majoiily ol the democratic voles
A .illinium siiiti'iil.
Sail Lake I'tah. Ma 1 I. The
I'nited Males attorney Cniled State
Commissioner McKin'mid tlie deputy
inai'shal in Ogden "lo-day arrested
'laiiie Taylor elt leconler
of Ogden lor unlawful eo-
habilallou. His second wife
let the secret out exposing Tavlor
who w a held under $!.'( 10 bonds to
await the aition of the grand fury.
'I he church organ to-night hew alls
Ihe hardness f heart of President
Cleveland in not promising to s.p
thuenforcoment ol Ihe law and send
a commission to investigate. It urges
continued appeal to the authorities
of the nations against the oppression
us. nun closes ny savin.' m
-hoe .1 a deal ear be turned bv them
10 lle entreaties ol the innocent and
luall-'iiled puople the Lord of ho-ts
will sieu lo Ihe cry of (he oppressed
and make an adjustment that wi'i
make lie ei.rs of millions tingle.
I III- Ht'iC!ll HlMllllS Cfllll I'Ssllltl.
Cit of Mevico. Ma) 1 1 --('owrii-ineiil
olllclals state that Ihe conces-
sion of the .leieaii National railway
is in serin' s danger of lorleitiiie.
That accoidiiig (o artii le lour of the
cohipaiij's uioilifii'il contract ol .Inii-
uary l':l the loiupan) bonded ilself
lo dellvir live hundred kilometers ol
liuslu'il road lo the goeriiment in
IwoM'ars. My the same article two
hundred I ilouieters were to be on the
M.iliiiuor.'iK & Mouteie) line on which
'in. 1M11K was not to he suspend.'. I
I'he lime for compliance Willi this
contiact waslo begin Jan) . 1 hM:l
and the .MM) kilometces were lo have
In en ileliM'led 011 Ihe 11th of .liiutia-
ry this ) ear. 'I'his wa not done. Ouh
P n kiloiuetc's on the Matamoras v
Monlcii) linn weie deliveied. The
eompaii)'s loncessioii now depends
Upon the loiiieaiaiice of the goveiil-
meiil 'I'he government can appoint
one appi'iilser. the company ain.lher
and llicso two a third in ia-e it Is
deemed best to Iriiiisler the railioad
lo some other coiup'iii) .
I lie Kmitni'li) lliircs-nci li) llii).
I i-ville K) Ma) II. The inler-
1 t 111 and excitement mcr the Derby
i-al lexer hei'l ll. is morning. Al-
read) the si reels are thronged with
people ol every city and kind. Ihe
.il) I 111 holida) altire. and "Herb)
da)'' iiioinbet- to be what il never ha
been befoie in poiul of alteliilaiue.
Joe Collou is still piinie lavoritu.
Morris' entiles are l''avor and Mier-
s.iu. 'I'eubooker and Irish Pal have
strong backers Piuor was reiorted
lame hid ho will start and knowing
unci sa his owner runs him to win.
Isaac Murphy who was lo ride Irish
Pnl will have the "mount" 011 Mier-
011 and coiiseiiieiilly Hie liorse is
selling up. Theie w ill'liu'ollier inter-
esting laies lo-day. but nothing i-
lalked ofuNeepI the' Dei b) which has
"low 11 to be with us whalillslo
Ihe nihil- lliioii il. Itlrl rici'iuc
Winnipeg May 1 1.-It i lieheved
lieio that the rebels have been beaten
so badly Unit they will make no fur-
ther stand 'u a body but w ill ven
piouani) disperse through Ihe west-
ern count!') in small hands where
they cannot he hunted down with. nit
great dilllciilly. Kiel is expected to
gel away lo .Molilalia a there are lew
obstacles In his wa) in fact there is
little lo pievciil his disguising him-
self ami making his wa) to (ju'ap-
pelln ami thence lo the Ciii'led states
lie has plenl) of Irieiids not very far
from Ihe city who would glai'h give
. lllllik I'rt'sKlflll' Mlirlilc
Meadlng.Pa.Max II Muhafl Alder-
ler aged .v piesidenl of the Perkio-
iiien national hfik ol Kim Greenville
(iiegor) count) hung himself )esier-
diiy alleruooii. The miriibi wa
laiisedb) a rumor of erookeduess in
his aecoiiuls xvhh !i all'ected his mind.
l.iiss nl I Icsh uinl Mri 01.-1I1.
With poor appetite and pcihaps
slight cough in luoriiiugor on lirst ly.
ing down al night should be looked
lo in time. Persons allllcled xvil'i
fonsiiniitioii are prnvcrhlallv uncoil-
clous of their real slate. .Most case.
commences xviUulinordercil liver lead-
ing to bad digestion and impcrfe. t
assimilatloi of food -- he' the
.ma.u..o..r wastlug of .he tb-h
' ".?'""" '"f-xTolidotitiiisease. and
:' s : ls:
ini'l.f.r.iiiiiz ........ 1 1.
v f.; 1 To" "s
r I .'in 1 Golden i..iiiliov
this week the largest and moat complete stock of White
are beyond the reach of comnctition. Tlnn- i-m.ci.at t".
rrinti'd LVrinu Mulls
Printed Persian Lawns
Printed Linen Lawns.
And I lie greatest bargains iltSattccti
AN ITALIAN DEVIL
A Brute Beats and Starves
a Little Girl to Death
In a Spider's Weh. J
i'lic .illiniums sinuiii mi) -jn
( lc eliniil a 'I'jiaiu lot
I'.iiloii'tiig llic I.nu .
Itiiilgel ol i'w I'lom tin'
lion's Csiplini Minsci 1
'l'mlu' ;iiiiit s Horse.
C. .. in s
sion hi ilnutii.
A M'iin:it's u 1:11.
llnti' she Citiiehl 11 IliL'h-sliiiiilliii'
'Ir It ill Us .Hi slu.
Maltii e. Mil.. Max II. Kugenu
N. Melt a prouiiueiif in'erehant ol tin
city to-da) tiled his answer to a ill-'
voice suit icreiitlv euleied b hi1
wife Mary Alice Mell. lie admits
his marriage lo her October l.'ith '
l.ssi nt Morristown N. l and alo
that lie It'll heron January 'llst last
and lias since refused lo live with her
but he denies being guilty of anv
vicious conduct or unkindnes. lie
avers that he met her at a seaside re-
sort among people of character and
respectability and never imagined
that -he wiii. other than a pure virtu-
tuoiis woman and the answer
g. is on to relate how he ills-
coM'ieu mill his win was
iiineeted with a famous scandal in j
which Congressman Aeldeii. of New
Orleans tigiircd how his lady friends
declined to recognize him ainl how
on iiiM'siigation he learned that the
complainant before her marriage with
him had led a life of inlaiuv and that
he had ocen made Ihe victim
iliamloned woni in. Mr. Melt further
aveis that since his separation from
hi wife lie ha discmered that the
Aiklcn cae wa but a small part ol
liie seiindaloiis eoniliicl that the com-
plainant had been guilt V of before'
maining him and that he wa about
lo ill-thill.' divorce proceeding when I
-erven Willi the process in this suit
I he cae is the topic ol go
ip in social
circle and ha alliaetcil
w iilespieml I
attention hcealic of Mr. Melt's high
I'liiliuli l.hin :i iiiziiiinn
Philadelphia Max II AI an in-
iiesl on the body ill Lottie Cool.
Oi'itii )escrda) the revolting slorx
ol her cruel death was told uiub'i
oath. Ilerslenfather the Italian. C
Aehdle Orolri who is accu-cd ol kill-
ing her was pieseut as a priHouer
and seemed lo be overwhelmed b
Ihe pri'ilicaiiieiil in which his brutal
ualiiie had placed him. Abundant
Icstimouv was adduced lo piove all
that had been told of the horrible
story 'I'he bod) of the child who
was onl) iiinexcaisold was covered
with cut and biuises ami the lor-
ouers ph)sicians staled Hut the
.eiii weie almost emptied and that
the child had literally been Mnreil
and beaten to death.
It was shown that 011 Momlav lal
Onolri tloggeil his litih; daughl'er all
day. Using 11 thick rope a heav) Mrap
and a shovel The hauille of the
shovel wa broken on her head or
bodv. Iler htcp-falher also tied her
heail-iniil-foot and eonipelled her to
kneel down for hours. AI iiiirliL ho
i raw ien up sniii-M to lied ami because
she toinplalueil of her leuk Onolri
beat her again with Ihe shovel.
It was al-o shown that afler hiug
iiiiet a while tlie d) ing child agaiii be-
gan to nn. in. when her H'.ep-lather in
'lent lai'f tell on tier btiiiilln.ri.il !...
lead ii in I cr a nillow and sal on il.
When released tlie oiing victim a ''he am. .1. nl of labor seeking em-
her little sister said lay xery ipdel. phi) incut in agriculture at the pies.
i iiioiri iiieu strucK tier tw ice with his
ni ami as sue iiiu not stir struck her
again with a shovel Then bccoimng
alarmed at the increnslug pallor on
her fine. The slep-lather went for a
doctor. When the physician arrived
the iiii xvas in OuofiTs arms dead.
The case was continued iu order that
the testimony of the other ildhlreii
luu) be taken.
Sllllsil 'I lilies I orli.y .vlli r .XII.
Washiiiglou. May 1 1. - A dclegaliou
Irom the lortx-louilh iisseiuhlv dis-
Iriet of New York xvho arrh'ed in
Washington last evening to present
lo the lion. S.s. Cox anil to the presi-
dent u series of resolutions recently
adopted in New York city held a
meeting thi morning in the put lor ol
Willard's hotel Judge John Henry
McCatthy chairman. Mr. Cox had
bcenseiil lor and was present. Judge
.Mniirmx in a lexv
1 hi"hlv coiiinli -
preseiited an on.
grossed top) of the resolutions which I
said the neonlo trusted Mr. ( o
xvouhl nusxver in Hie iiilirinalixe The! "I0 l""CiIiil has uuide the follow--lueamblelaiid
resolution xvin then read. ug appoiuliiienU: Tho H. Tim to
Nlr. Cox 111 the t.ourcof a brief speech I Hu u' ".''!".'' ".' i'"'"I'l ru;ulll!V' lor
desired to withdraw from the mission 'u 'li"""t "' Arkiiiisas vice llenrv
on 1 he i.foio'.i ii.i n ...i.i 1....1 McCoopir siisiiendcil: C has t. sta-
appoiiiled him without his solicitation ' I'Iu'- ' t;;"I"'"r ".' Internal reve-
and xvas deterimiieil he should eo to I "".0' 'r tlu. l '." ' "'let ol I'eim-
Turkey. Theretinoii the
called upon Ihe president and asked
litm In mliiLi. XI.. I'.... ... .I....II.... I....
him to adxiso Mr. Cox to decline but
the president said .Mr. Cox xvas the
man lie wanted tor tin
M0" """ '" '"l"" "t "I'a.e him.
Mi.s.s himnku'is .'iNis.
' An army delegalion con.ist.ng of
Surg on-General Murrax lus.eclor.
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......i...w.i i-.ini'iiiii 1111111
(11l'I Ae and Lleutenaul-Colonel
Hudson. 1 idled 1111011 the iiresldentand
ir-cl Uii iittutiiiii ol Mi sunnier
' ----v '.."'".
Printed i:jj pilmi Linen
All over Kmbroidcries of
while and colored.
lines as the chances
Listen to What We Say :
WE WARN YOU NOT TO BUY UNTIL YOU SEE
BO TS AND SHOES
MEN'S LOW SHOES
Come One Come All and Save
1. P. STU1C1S & CO.
daughter of (ien. Sumner as poal-
inistiess at Cl.arlottsvllle N C.
Six clerks and one messeni'er in
the olllce of the supervising architect
01 iiiu iicasury were dismissed lo-
uii) 111111 uie salaries 01 tim tiircn
priiirlplu clerlvH were reduced in or
der to bring the expenditures- of the I
otlice within the limit of the appro-1
nritllions lor lli. f.iifr..itl ilu...l ........
lending June :111th. The changes "will
leave the current expenses of the . ' sni'iiiiniiiceu oy an extra q.mn-
olllee about i.'Ji)(i. Ilereaflcr 'ilv ."' 'norphinu. Thit morning ho
leave of absence will ho "rant- uv"l" feeling a Utile easier but not
ed to clerks and employes ' '" '''" '"iproved in Ids general condi-
ol the treasurv departiiieut I """ . I'lu wealhor has a very de-
lor not more than "thirty days for l"'"-H"ir elleel on the general's spirits.
each ear ol service and lor propor-
aie perioiis nir snorter times nt
service reckoning back to the hist
leave of absence for the lull lime then
due nut not more than one vear
I All ullsl'llees limn mil ..miilm ... 1 . ..
cxer diiriiig the time within which
the right to a leivte has incurred will
A lishlliijlnn .ius Itiiituil.
Washington iv I I. -The deparl-
"HI ol stale has received lliforina-
J Hon fiom Ihe coiiMil-gcucrnl al Ha-
vana that the collection of duties on
I cattle iniiiorlcil lido Cuba which was
suspended by decrees ol Ihe Spanish
government in November IH77 and
October 1M'. will be again cnfoieed
on and niter the 1st ol .Inly next.
In Ihe Smith court of impiirv to-
day C. M. Young ol the llrm of W.
. Young A: Co. of New York who
furnished the butter for Ihe (freely
lellef expedition leslilied that Ihe
111 in had paid (ieo. M. Coll' of this
city H eenls per pound for securing
Ihn contract for them. Mr. lioll' will
testily to. morrow.
-mi: 1..M11111 .)ri:sno.N.
The inoiithl) statistical publication
of the agricultural dcpai liiieut for
May which will be Issued In two or
three days contains a comprehensive
stateiueiil ol wage mud to farm
laboiers in all parts of the
loiinlry baed upon what
Mr. Dodge slalistieian of the
department believes to bo enlirelv
tiuslworlhy dala. Kasdern states
i-.'l.'i.oO; Middle sIiiIch $'J:I.1!I;.ViiiIIiciii
Mines .m i.'.'c x eslern states. i-'J''.''!:
! California. "i-.'l.s.T.'i
em nine is unusually large yet there
are many loeiuiiies in almost everv
section of Hie counlry in xvhlch there
is more or less eniuplainl of scarcity.
'I'he report closes wltli thu practical
suggestion Hint in the maiiiilacliiriug
cities and loxvii ollices lie opened
either by the labor unions or bv tlie
benevolent elf -ens through xxliich
communication may be opened he-
txvecn iiuemploxcil i"il xvorkers uinl
larmers needing lielp'u that a wor-
thy city laborer may have Ihe means
ol making knoxvii his true character
"istciul ofslaiting mil 011 foot ataxeu-
lure subject to Hie risk of being mis-
taken for a piofcsslomd trump.
I res lil roil 11 1 iiiiiiiium'iiit.
Washington May II. Mr. llauiia
of ludlaiin recenlly appointed minis-
ter to Persia has requested a transfer
to thu Argentine mission on account
i " mo neutiii in ni wne widen win
""' l"'n"'1 ""eh a journey as that lo
it'isiii 1001 iiiuiiooici is noxv uutier
1 eojl.idcrallon by the president
I ?lrV ' -l .r ' ' L "".1'' ""V
lendcd; Itichard K
Dodge to be col
of customs for the dUtrlit of
alein and Mexeilv. Miisacinuett!
1 i.i..i . .i. ...... . ---.-
' """ ' uiiiiuieii 10 lie collector
; nt and Maine l" rv T Po . e In'
1 1 c N! LtT ' 1 U
boro. 7 ! lev I m o ' !
! peuded. This change xvas iinuleimm
.'. M.erto report showing short.
age in accouuisoti ixvo or three tllf-
ferent occasions which although Im-
mcdiatelx made good weie a violation
of dulx and of a lixetl policy of the
VOL. XYlTL-STUMBEll 103
Goods and Wash Dress floods
n .;. :.. .
i""rai i" :
for such bargains don't
department 1 1 is removal was also
recommended by the Inspector.
Cell liriuil Is Worse.
New York Ma) II.- Yesterday win
acknowledged lo bo a bad dav for
(Jen. (irant. lie suH'ored with his
throat mid could only speak with dif-
llculty. The iiiternooii brought him
no relief even thoiiL'h il lirouslit l)r.
Douglas and it was not until early
"ls 'u'"mg that he tell into 11 slum-
I Is' first Wnul Mile.
M. Louis May II. -The ilrst public
wool sale I hat ever took place here
was made this allernoon at the Peper
cotton pre. The offering were f0.
dOO iioiiuds ol Texas wool. 'I'he at-
Icndauie was iidlo largo and bidders
were heie from Moston ami Philadel-
phia. 'I'he wool was dipoeil of in
three lots; 'JO.Ihmi pounds al !H cents
per pound; -.'.'..(KXl pounds at 111 eenls
and .MIIM) pound at I ft 1-H cents:. The
bidding wa piiltcd and the sale was
regarded as a siircesa and is looked
upon as the forerunner of u great
v. i.;ii. a.
hi! . 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 assni'liiiliin in session
Atlanta (in. May 1 1. -'I'he txvenlv-
sixlh annual coiivciilion of dm Young
Men') Christian Association of tho
Culled Slates ami Canada met in the
llaplist church at Atlanta vesterdav.
It. li. Melturney ot .New York
called the convention to order.
tieorge lingers of Milwaukee Was
elecled temporarv president and
Major Joseph Hurdle of Selina Ala.
xvas ubc(ucnty elected permanent
president. On takingtlio chair Major
llardie made a brief but earnest ad-
diess. Mr. lxenneily secretary of Ihe Lon-
don association Mr. Pliildens of (ho
Merlin association Count Pineklner
ol Merlin and Mr. Iladdoii of Lon-
don were introduced and made brief
In thu afternoon Mr. Ilraim rd pre-
sented the repoitof thu international
comiuitlce showing thai W0 associa-
tions leporletl H'-VKH) member. 19000
active members on the committee ami
neatly loo young men's bible classes
'i'hu association oxviiH -Jiao.OUO xvorth
ofproiierty 'I'he expenses ofthoiu-
teriiitioual committee for tlio year
were $.il0uu. - hey eniplov eleven
secretaries. Kighteen new buildings
have been dedicated during the year.
Thu 1 uporl show s a remarkable growth
in every department of xvork par-
ticularly for the religious mental
social ami physical welfare of young
men in bible study and in personal
XVork 'I'he xvork ior colleioi vomif
men railw ay employed ( ieriiian young
men ami colored young men has been
emphasized during the year. I'our
hundred and txvelvo secretaries ami
aitantH are employed In tho work
Might liev. W. S. Maldxviu bishop
of Huron Canada gave a most Inter
esting ami iiistrueiive address 111 the
evening on the topic: "Is thu biblo
adapted to the young men of to-day
and if so wli)?"
About Hit)' delegates representing
associations in the United Statos
Canada and Kuropo aro iu attend-
ance. Ten international secretaries most
of the stale secretaries and nearly all
the general secretaries are hero.
.'liiiiUolm (initio iiiiiiriillllnril. 1
Medora Manitoba Mav If. Nine
hundred and llfty head of" cattle be-
longing to P. v". Freeze of Arkan-
sas have been iiiarmuii.ed at Sentinel
Miittc near the Montana. Hue. The
cattle haro becu lose and scattered
and the reason for the quarantine is
supposed to be fear of possible pleuro
pneumonia. Tho cuttle appear to he
healthy hoxvever but very poor. The
oxvncrs declare the (pinraiitinc to bu
Clgarelto smokers prefer Opera
Pull's because the) dot stick to the lips.
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