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LE8MBD Ml TIE LIGHT 1ED REBELS
He Will flot Permit Religious Proclamation Calling on Insur-
Services in Jail. gents to Lay Down Arms,
CAST OUT THE CHRISTIANS SEN0R DE LOME- - LS HAVANA
Central Union Mission "Workers for the Good Tha New Spanish Minister to This Conatry-Wil- l
of Humanity No Longer Permitted There. Haka an Investigation of tha Aili-an-ca
Custom of Thirteen Years' Standing Vi- Affair and Then Proceed to Ner
olatedHis Contompt Freely Ixpressod York Roster of Insurgent Forcos Eth-
for Those Who Labor for Sin-lad- Souls. els Indulge in Plantation Earning.
Because of the tyranny Havana, April 18. Captain General-Martine- z
of "Warden Loonard 300 prisoners lan- de Campos has issued' from San-
guish Jn the dungeon gloom of the District tiago de Cuba, a proclamation offerlag; par-
Jail without spiritual consolation or don to all insurgents, with the exception of
Christian cheer. the leaders, who will lay down their arms
To deny to these men such consolation and surrender. He has made preparations
as they may realizo from religious exer- to immediately pursue the memebrs ot tha
cises is the torture of tyranny. It is bands who refuse to come in under the proc-
brutality. It is wrong to the community lamation and the warfare against them wtll
with which many of these prisoners be waged vigorously.
will again mingle at the expiration of Sendr Dupny de Lome, the newly ap-
their terms.. pointed Spanish minister to the United
The story In brief is that "Warden Leonard States, arrived here at '6 o'clock this
has fcfloed an oriier prohibiting the hold- evening. Senorde Lome made the voyage
ing of religious exorcises at the jail on from Spain with Marshal de Campe-3- ,
Sunday. Application is, however, to
be nude to the judges of the several "and left him at Santiago de Cuba, pro-
courts to compel Leonard to permit ceeding to this port on the steamer Maria
Sunday services for the lienefit of the Christina.
criminals, lu conformity with a custom
of thirteen years' standing. It is expected that he will proceed tov
Thirteen years ago the Young Men's New York on Saturday, after raakiog an
Christian Association was granted investigation into the AlHaaca affair.
through the influence of the DXSTJRGENT FORCES.
judges of the courts, to hold a religious
Bvrvice each Sunday afternoon in the ro- ANOTHER POLITICAL STORY WITHOUT WORDS. Private advices from th eproviace of
Santiago de Cuba show that the forces
tunda of the Jail.
Warden .xJroeker lent a helping hand, ot the insurgents do not amount to aeailj
becaoee he saw in it a chance for good.
Men pitting away in the sunless cells DURANT TO TELL HIS STORY love with the doctor who had attended him. the number claimed by the rebels. Among
were often brought under the sway of LADY SOMERSET'S REPLY The district attorney is said to have an- the leaders of the various bands arc
Cbrtetian influence who could not be nounced at that time that should tho wife Erailio Giral. a white man, who command!
reached in any other way. ever marry tho doctor the motive would 200 men; Alfonso Goolet, mulatto, 50
"WORK FOR THE CHRISTIANS. become plain. Bernardo Camacho, white, 100; "Vieto-rian-
time there were no benches at His Attorney Says the Prisoner Is MOTIVE NOW ESTABLISHED. Garsen. white, 400; Louis Bowae,
At that She Doesn't Care to Refute in Detail mulatto. 200; Kduardo Domingncz, white,
the jail, and the Y. M. C. A. was called He Cave Away Safe Blowers to Edward Darling's, Wife a Wash- The motive, according to tho dead man's 200; Yictoriano Hicrrezuelo, mulatto, 360j
upon to provide them. Mr. B. H. "Warner
Worhing on a Statement. Rev. Mr. Hick's Accusations. mother, has now been established through Qnintin Bandera, negro. 1.0OO; a ad
and Thomas Smith donated the lumler and the Grand Jury. the public marriage of Dr. Spranger to Mrs. Perico Periz, white, 1,000B a total oi
ington Girl, Charged With It. 3,900 men. Ot this number 1.900 ars
the prisoners made the benches. Each Sun- Darling at the Corpus Christ! cathedral at said to bo armed with rifles, white the
day a herdic load of Christian workers Police Say Absence of Any Bloody Clothing Says Hi3 Ignorance of English laws On Baltimore on March G of this year. Dr. others use shotguns and macbettos as
"would go out. Spranger and his wife aro now In south- weapons. The rebels do not poesees a
The facrtpuires were read, stirring hymns Is the Only Weak Point BECOMES WITNESS FOR STATE Entailed Property May Excuse His ern California enjoying tbeirhoneymoon. single piece of artillery.
were rang, prayers devoutly said; ex- HIS MOTHER ACCUSES HER
in the Case, Absurd Statements. As soon as the marriage was announced, Considerable excitement has been eanfied
periences low and God's Messing asked. John Qulncy Adams, a brother of the by the fact that the rebels are a&nt resort-
This continued tilt the establishment of dead man's mother, residing in this city, ing to the incendiary tactics that eaaged
the Central Union Mine ion, when this He Offered Some Time Ago to Tell if Prom took the care before District Attorney Fel- eucb enormous losres to the piasters iterfeg;
worthy institution provided the necessary San Francisco, April IS. Theodore Sho Was Beatrica Gay Klinele, a Million- lows. He submitted proof, as ho claims, the last insurrection.
wrkere. ised Immunity Confesses tho Full De- The Associated Press yesterday received
Since then the work has been nominally Burant was very cheerful this morning and the following card from Lady Henry Somer- aire's Daughter Mrs. Darling Declares that poison was administered to the son by REBELS RESORT TO ARSON.
tails of the Ferry Company Bobbery: his wife while they stopped in this city in
under the auspices of the Young Men's greeted every one with whom he came in set, the n lemperauee advocate: That Dr. Francis Spranger, of New York, the early part of 193. District Attorney The Central plantation, Dos AmJg3r
Christian Association, but really under contact with a smile and pleasaut words. Policeman Green's Caso Again Ignored Fellows assigned tho case to Assistant two friends, the property of SeaorMicotaa
the direction of the mission. It is be- The probable change in the conduct of the "Reigate, England. My attention has Now Her Former Daughter-in-law-'s
lieved tbatrnuch good was wrought. Very Secrets of the Jury Room That Loak Out. been called to the utterly, unfounded District Attorney George G. Battle, who is Castano. situated or the coast near o.
'prisoners released from the jail accused man is caused by the belief that Husband, Was Her Accomplice. making a thorough examination of all the has been burned by the rebels.
often, charges made against mo by "a Mr. Hicks circumstances surrounding the death of
would come to the mission, and fctart their the police have exhausted every mine of young Darling. Two million arrobas of sugar eaae were
lives anew. a few weeks siuce on the eve of my sail- destroyed. ' The advices do not show
information against him. The searching of ing for home. CIIIMISTS ARE AT WORK.
The same conditions prevailed during the church is finished, and no further evi- The District supremo court grand juries whether the machinery of the plantation
the incumbency of "Warden Burke, but this winter and spring have proved very "I do not coonsider that it is necessary New York, April 18. Mrs. Flora Adams Among those who have given the story was destroyed.
Leonard, throughout bis regime, has mani- dence has been brought to light. for nie to enter into any detailed refuta- Darling, a writer ot war letters and one to Mr. Battle are the dead man's mother, These central factories contain very
fested aversion and hostility to the Chris- leaky. On several occasions, facts which expensive machinery, eraebers. vacuum
Police Surgeon Somers visited him this tion of these accusations frequently re- of the founders ot the Daughters of the Mrs. Duval Ney Everett, and Mrs. Leroy
tian workers. "When the benches, which morning to study his actious In anticipaton were supposed to be locked in the secrecy pans, centrifugals, etc., and saostd tha
had been made gratuitously by "Warden of aplea of insanity when the caseis brought of their obligation, under threat
iterated by the enemies ot reforms with Revolution, is seeking the indictment of Smith and John Quincy Adams. Several rebels burn many of them the loss wobW.
Croker. needed repair, Leonard gave the to trial. Br. SomerssaysthatDurantshows of punishment for contempt of court, have which my name has come to be associated; Dr. Francis XavJer Spranger and his wife, different medicines, alleged to have con- be enormous- -
job to his brottier, and presented a bill to no signs of an unbalanced mind. come out as rumors or statements of fact but if auy or my American friends desire who was formerly her daughter-in-law- , tained poison, are now in the hands of Mr. It is stated on good authority that tfie
the Y. M. C. A. for $20. The work at the Gen. Dickinson, Duraufs attorney, called Mrs. Edward Irving Darling, by the grand Battle, and rfre being analyzed by chemists.
troops commanded by Col. SaaSoeHdo
outside would, it is said, have required but on Durant and the two held an ani- that have been confirmed with more or to ascertain the position I occupy with re- have cooped up a band of the ingurgjwfe
Mrs. Darling, together with her sisters
the labor of one carpenter for one day. mated conversation, which lasted for some less exactness by subsequent events. gard to tho management of my London jury of New York county. and brother, was seeu at the residence of in the mountains in the province of Santiago
It is insinuated that he bad the work per- time. At the conclusion of the conference, Yesterday it was rumored in police cir- property, will they dome the favor to seek The case is in the hands of Assistant Mr. Adams They talked freely de Cuba, aud that their capture is only a.
formed by the prisoners and charged for it Gen.Dickinsonlnformedseveralpersonsthat District Attorney Battle, and is now in of the case, and said that in their opin- question of a short time.
as though done by free labor. his client was about to make a statement cles and on the street, that the charge of for Information from the housing committee The rebels are making a stoat defease,
He has several times told tils friends that which was not to be made public at present murder against Policeman A. W. Green of tho London county council? such shape that iriall probability it will ion both Dr. Spranger and the new Mrs. and a very hot fire la brfue; exchanged.
Spranger systematically poisoned young
the Christian people were a nuisance and, and required the police to see that Durant for killing Reuben Foster at Hillsduie, "The ignorance of Mr. Hicks concerning be presented to tho grand jury during the Darling.
that they tried to ran the jail on Sundays. was not disturbed. had been ignored. the laws of England eutailed property must coming week. Mrs. Darling's son, d
Mr. Adams said that he should carry WILL EDUCATE AND ASSISTi
He has impugned their motives and denied Duraut worked the "whole afternoon on Seventeen members of the jury. It was
the results of their work. The Christian denied himself to all stated, had voted against indicting him.
be his excuse for the absurd statements he Irving Darling, died on February the case before the courts and would see,
the document and
lulks state that Leonard did not want litem newspaper men and his friends. It was further stated, Avlth much assur-
makes about my country estates. I have 13, 1894, at Mount Clemens, Mich., from to possible, that the guilty party Is brought
trial. Street Ttnllwny "Union Incorporated Upom
around the jail bocausc they conversed legal information that his attack is libelous, a Jlroad Fraternal riatfarm- -
Little hope is expressed that any bloody ance, that Major William G. Moore, super- but if all the libels against reformers were what she claims to have been slow poison. Mr. Battlo, when seen in regard to the
with the prisoners, and the Tcports of clothing belonging to the murderer will be intendent of police; Sergt. Kirby, und brought before the courts we should have Edward" Irving Darling was a musical matter this afternoon, admitted that he The Protective Street Railway TJnteat
brutality tnd profanity on the part of discovered. This, the police say, is the only other policemen had been examined by composer and a poet. Prominent among had such a case in his hands, but was not
Leonard and some of the keepers were weak point against the prisoner. but little time for more useful occupation. has just been incorporated, with ite ob-
tho jury this week, and their evidence had "My experience of tho fairness of the his best productions was a book entitled at the time prepared to talk about it. Mr jects defined to be to unite all street
leaking out. A slight reaction in public opinion has gone far toward exculpatiug Mr. Green. American press makes me confident that "Echoes of tho Lake." Among his Adams will call upon Mr. Battle again
"When the smallpox scare "was at its set in in favor of Durant, brought about operatic works was "Tho "Viking," which to see how the case is pro- in the District into a compact aad fra-
heighth, Leonard sentfor the jail committee by the testimony of those who witnessed BIRNEY WAS MUTE. this communication will bo widely circu-
of the Y. M. C. A., composed of Messrs. Mr. Birncy, when questioned about the lated as an act of justice to one who has is to be produced in a short time. Others gressing. ternal labor organization; to create among-it- s
his cool actions after the discovery of the recived so many tokens of good will from were "The Jolly Bachelors" and "The members a healthy opinion upon tha
"Wheeler, S wartwout, "Wormsley and "Wood, body. His comrades of the Signal Corps, matter, simply shook his head. It is stated Gentleman Savage."
and told them that because of danger of won were present when the news of the the home folk of America, and who has al- VRIGHT FOUND OBLIVION. rights of labor; to educate, morally, fi-
Infecting the prisoners, they would have finding of Miss "Williams' body and that that ho lias been quite confident of secur- ways written and spoken as a friend and THEY MET IN WASHINGTON. nancially and intellectually, its members;:
to suspend those disagreeable Sunday Durant was wanted for the crime, was ing an indictment upon the facts presented. not a critic ot the newer England across The son met Beatrice Gay Klingle while Death or tho Man Who Shot ImsHeLf With to assist each other in procurias: employ-
services. flashed by the heliograph telegraph sys- Another matter before tho grand Jury the water." In Washington with his mother In 1885. Suicidal Intent. ment, and to maintain a sick and death ben-
tem from this city to Mount Diablo, say yesterday was the g
job at New York, April 18. William E. Hicks Benjamin F. Wright, who attempted to efit fund.
INSULT TO THE VISITORS. liveB in this city. He said He fell in love with the girl and they were
that not a muscle moved or flush passed tho Washington Steamboat Company's
This was taken as a deliberate insult to over his face. commit suicide by shooting himself five ing Stated meetings are to be held, accord-
office. "Billy" Williams, now in jail "Lady Somerset is evading the charges I married on September 15 of that year. to the constitution, on the fitst,
the Christians, because they stood in more made. Nothing was said about herrenting times Wednesday morning, died at seven third, and fifth Thursdays of each month at
His actions at the Christian Endeavor charged with housebreaking and larceny her property to liquor dealers. That's her At first
they came to this city, residing on
imminent danger from infection from the meeting, on Jbe night of the murder of in this case, was before the grand jury Pare avenue, but later they removed to De- o'clock yesterday morning at the Emer- 7:30 p. m., and on the second and fourth.
own business, but I did say that she was where Darling became manager of the Thursdays at 8:30 a. m. and 2 p. ra.
prisoners, drawn aa many of them were Miss "Williams were so gay and he seemed yesterday. It isgovernment said he had previously publicly accused in thcLondon press last troit, gency Hospital.
Fifteen new members were initiated hsC
from the slums of the city, than the prisoners so that there are many who offered to turn witness and fall of crusading against abaudoned women
muslo house of Grinnell Bros. Coroner Hammctt visited the hospital night at the meeting held at Bunch's
think the police have run down the wrong tell the whole story if he could gjtfn im- A short time after his engagement there
did from them. Besides, the workers, some man. munity in tho other crooked work. at thq very time she was drawing rents from he met with an accident in railing out of a shortly before noou, and after viewing Hall, on Eighth street, and there was a
years back, had maintained their services On the other handV the circumstantial This was refused, but for a day or two them. My principal charge against Lady window and breaking several bones of his tho body decided that there was no doubt larger attendance than at any prevtaas"
despite the fact that two cases of the loath- testimony against Durant is so strong that past the prosecution has been making Somcrset was that she is willing to reform body. Dr. Spranger, then a recent graduate that it was death by suicide, and as such meeting since the organization was ef-
some nvdady existed among the tenauts something else will have to be done to re- terms with him, and as a result he went anything except tho special privileges ot a Western college, was called in to attend fected in December.
of the prison. that make her rich." no inquest would be necessary. He or- Addresses were made by Messrs. Fraafc.
move from the minds of many people the before the Jury yesterday morning. him. For many weeks the young man lay
By the order of Leonard, all religious impression that he is the guilty man. in plaster of Paris casts and it is alleged dered that a certificate be made Dent, James Trainer and J. Herbert,
exercises were abolished, and efforts to EXPLAINS THE EPISODE. WHAT'S IK A KAHE? now that during this time the doctor fell in out. respectively, each counselling in stream
have them resumed have thus far proved It is stated that it was these negotia- love withhispatient'swifc. The body was turned over io Mr. John terms the cutivatlon of fraternal rehufoas
futile. A request was sent him that if Sunday BUTLER A BOY BEATER. tions to securchls escape from punishment Wright, the undertaker, and a brother ot among the members and between them
services would not be tolerated, would he 'Jones nml Morrison One mid the Same ling July 4, 1S92, the younger Mrs. Dar-
the deceased. The funeral services will and other labor organizations.
that led Williams to snub his attorney, Posture Stump Counterfeiter. received word of the death of her
please permit a missionary to be sent to jail rinkcrton Detective nt the Itnco Trneks Eugene O'Neil, und father In Washington. This left her takke place Saturday at 4 o'clock p. m., By unanimous vote it was aicreedthatthe-unio-
each day to work with the inmates in their Displays Cowardly Ferocity. led to O'Neil's at- Chicago, April 18. C. O. Jones, the an estate
valued at more than $1,000,000, probably from the residence of Mrs. shall give an excursion to River View
cells. A brutal assault upon a little tempted assault on Mr. Birney In the
eleven-year-ol- d fonner nawspapor artist, who was arrested consisting ot real estate in Washington and Wright, the wife of the deceased, at No. at such time in July next as shall bo con-
"No," declared Leonard. "Christian boy by Seymour Butler, a Pinkerton
of Judge Cole's court Wednes- last night by the United States Secret government bonds. Mr. and Mrs. Dar- 1427 Eighth street northwest. Inter- venient. Committees of arrangements
ranters arc nuisances." day afternoon. Service on tho charge of counterfeiting ling went to Washington to attend the ment will be in Glenwood. therefor will be chosen later.
Last week the Central Union Mission and detective, caused quite a commotion In
The report is that Williams gave the funeral, and stopped at the Ebbitt House Tho letter found on Wright after he shot The union has been growing so rapMHy
the Young Men's Christian Association front of the Metropolitan Hotel last full details of the safe blowing, impli- stamps, confessed y to Capt. in
that city. himself, directed to his brother, was that the memberslookforward with certainty
threatened him that if he did not permit a evening. cating, however, only the men now in Porter that he and tho man Morrison are While there the young man became vio- opened yesterday, but it is stated that it to an early day when it will be labor
resumption of Christian services the matter It has been thought others gave no reason for his act, further than organization in the District in pains of.
would bo brought to the attention of the Butler is employed at the St. Asaph and custody.
were concerned with them in that job, and
one and tho same. J lently ill after drinking a glass ot milk.
a physician city, to say that he wanted to die. It conveyed
judges, who. had granted permission for Alexander Island race tracks, and yester- it was with that hope he was prom- Jones' friends say ho has been in Canada Dr. Harrison, Impure miik. ot that
attributed it to Mrs. Darling, assurances that the deed was his own,
those exercises. day he ejected from the place Patscy ised escape if he would testify. In that for the past month, returning yesterday. the mother, now claims that that milk and begged his brother to hold no one else Simons n l.nrcenlst Seven Timi's Over.
This scared Leonard, and he wanted to Braunlgan, an exercise boy at St. Asaph, much, if the report be true, the government The secret service men tracked him to Cin- contained poison. responsible. Four additional informations for lar-
compromise by "permitting," as he phrased whom he said was making himself objec- has been disappointed, but it now has a cinnati, where ho wrote to a .Chicago news- DR. SPRANGER'S MEDICINES. ceny were filed in the police court yester-
it, "four memebrs of the Christian Asso- tionable. good case against those already indicted. paper that his stamps wore' ' now for sale ANNE ROTHMOND IMPRISONED.
ciation to come to the jail for an hour on Butler is noted for his tough proclivities. in Mexico. . After tho funeral of Mr.Klingle.Mr.andMrs. day against Arthur Simmons, sou of the
Sundays and meet the men in theircells,the He seldom nses his authority that he does HIS ftONEY WAS HIS CURSE. Mrs. M. T. Mackt whowas in charge of Darling returned to Detroit, and from that Halieas Corpus Employed, to Get TTer Out colored messenger of the White House.
names of these workers to be sent to me on not assault the person with whom ho comes the Hamilton office, is thought to bo a time on, it is said, the husband became an of the Ilon-- e of Good Shepherd. This makes seven cases against the young'-raa-
the day previous." He reserved the right in contact, and when he put little Chicago woman. She is uiider arrest in Simmons was arrested
to reject any of the workers authorized by PatSey out used the child very roughly. Inalllit3 to Collect u Lonn Impelled n Canada. " : invalid. According to the story told by J. Weed Corey, the attorney, yesterday aw, but was released and some tuner afterward
the Y. M. C A. After returning from the races yesterday Rich Farmer to Suicide. the mother Dr. Spranger was in constant made application to the District Supreme failed to appear in court. An attachment
The Y. M. C. A. and the Central Union Patscy met Butler on the avenue and up- Raleigh, N. C, April 18. B. W. Huffman, Col. Suurh' "Annual ?"Vislt. attendance upon her 6on. Court for a writ or habeas corpus. He was issued and he will be rearrested and
Mission have considered the cell plan pro- a rich farmer in Almance county, When Dr. Spranger was questioned as to
braided him for his roughnes-s- , whereupon Col. Otto L. Suess, comrnandor of Mary-lau- d
the cause of the illness he said he wassuff states that Anne Rothmond, who is twenty sentenced.
posed by Leonard and have rejectediton the Butler struck the boy in the race with his attempted suicide and is dangerously in-
ground that it would reoulre two hundred fist, knocking him down. Division, Sons of Veterans, paid his 0uNovember25, years old, is imprisoned at the House of
annual visit to John A. Logan Camp, No. 1892, while in a bad condition physically, Anacostia News Items.
workers to reach the prisoners in that way, At this juncture a passer-b- y
named jured. He has loaned much money and was Darling came to this city and visited his the Good Shepherd, at Thirty-sixt-
h aud F Policeman Robfe arrested last night
and for tlie further reason that they are Charles L. Hill stepped up and told unable to collcctafive thousand dollarloan. 2, with his staff. Tho G. A. R. Musical aunt, Mrs. Duval Ncv Everett. While northwest, and is so closely confined that Thomas M. Berkley, who was innd n
entitled to hold a regular religious service Butler that he should be ashamed of This affected his mind. Union, Col. Tracy, director were pres- she is not able to sign tho petition. She Minnesota avenue in a drunken sthpor.
there each Sunday. The result of thiB himself. The detective tamed fiercely
struggle may result in the humiliation upon Hill, ripping out an oath, asked what locked wentdoor of hlB room county town,
Ho home from the ent, and rendered appropriate music. improve and heher his twenty-fiv- continued to
pounds. is not allowed to talk with her friends ex-
cept in the presence ot her keeper or Hospital for the Insaneof St. Elizabeth's
A colored inmate
the andshothimself Remarks were made by by Col, Suess, Post Mrs. Darling joined her husband m New escaped from that
of the conceited warden. he had to do with it and struck him. three times in the breast and when his ramily Col. John It. Neeley, Post Capt. Davis, and through tho bars of her prison.
He will have to come orf his perch or lose He knocked Hill's hat off, and when the burst the door of the room York on January 24, 1893, and it is said
Post Col. E. It. Campbell, ( Col. Tracey, brought with her medicine precrlbed by Judge Bradley, upon presentation of outer wall. yesterday by climbing thee
his job. The Christians of the District of latter stooped to pick it up Butler struck In bedinattempting to cut histhey found himthroat with a Comrade Coleman, Capt. Depue, and others. these allegations, ordered the writ to The police of Anacostla-wer-
Spranger. After a short time the son
Columbia are going to hold religiousservices him again. pocket knife. They seized him in time to Jtefrcshments were served afrd a pleasant Dr. begau to grow ill again according to the issue, making it returnable April 20. At notified to look out for him, as he
was seen making his way
at the District jail on Sundays, Leonard
willing or unwilling.
A policeman took them before Inspector save his life. evening enjoyed by those jpresent. story told by hismother and when his wife 4 o'clock it was put in the hands of Deputy He is described as being toward five city.
Hollinberger, who made Hill leave $5 Marshal Frederick A. Craft, who pro-
i collateral, but upon Butler giving him a Smashing Sam Small's flVliulows. returned home on March 1, he was again in ceeded at once to serve it. Sister Mary eigh t inches in height, wore brown overalls,
Ilojane in "Sla CouBlne." smooth tale he said he would be respon- Arrested Gilbert for Housebreaking. a precaarlous condition. accepted service, and Anne Rothmond and was in his shirt sleeves.
Norfolk, Va., April IS. At about 8:30 Darling returned to Michigan on June
In "Ma Couglne," which was the play sible police the detective's appearance in
court this morning.
Policeman Muller, of the Fourth precinct,
some malicious person threw a rock 20 of that year to live with his mother at will be produced in court Charles Wilkinson, white, residing
near the Hebrew burying ground, came to
last night, at Allen's Grand Opera House, the last night arrested Eddie Gilbert, colored, was attended
on the charge of housebreaking. Gilbert is through a window of the composing room by Dr. Clemens. Locchncr, he who said that
Major Alexander's domination. the police station last night with a badly
Madame Itejane takes the role of "Wages Increased and Stoady "Work. of the Daily Pilot with force enbtigh to lacerated foot and leg caused by a dog
"Riquette," a French actress, who under- accused of having broken into tho linen the young man had been under the in fluence The Nomination of Major Winthrop bite. Wilkinson wanted a warrant for
North Adams, Mass., April 18. The closet of the steamer George Leary during break a window, an electric light globe, of violent drugs, which had destroyed Alexander to be Inspector general of the a colored man named Delany charging-hi-
takes the reconciliation of a husband and up from Clilton Beach, and and knock a hole in the piaster of the wall the tissue of the body, and that his death
wife. The exactions of the role arc strikers of the Linwood mill returned to her last run opposite. There is a clew to the miscreaut, was only a question of a short time. District militia was yesterday forwarded with keeping a vicious dog. He stated.
finesse, diplomacy and the affectation of work y
after having been out three having abstracted sundry sheets and towels.
- who is believed to have becu prompted to
case to Justice Smith, but a warrant
to President Cleveland by Gen. Ordway. his refused, as
ACCUSED HIS WIFE. was affair was of too
the grand passion for the husband by weeks. The return to the old schedule of
JtiqueUc. Grew Old in Prison. the act by a certain liquor dealer. The patient died on February 13, 1894, Major Alexander has had thirteen years' remote happening. the
Theplay isdbcldedly French, butMadame wagesderuandedbytbestrikerswasgranted. Auburn, N. Y., April 18. Jane Brooks, but previous to his death he made a state-
experience in the National Guard, having
risen from private to his present grade. Carrie Ley, the child of
Re jane has a lovely part, and played the "Westerly, It. I., April 18. The weavers aged seventy, convicted of murder in W. A. C. Gymnastic Benefit. Richard Ley, who lives on the Silver
The, management of the Washington ment that
peacemaker to perfection. in the Westerly Woolen Company's mills will his wife and Dr. Spranger had
first degree in New York city in the early Hill road, had her mouth badly cut
The wife to whom the wandering husband return to workonMondaynext, Congressman 60's, but whose sentence, owing to a Athletic Club will have tho pleasure of systematically poisoned him of the drugs and that he Charffod With "embezzlement. by falling do wn an embankment yesterday.
is to be restored Is "Clotilde," Madame Warren Arnold, the proprietor, haviug one of thebestgymnastic
would die from tho effects Edward Stewart was taken into custody Strenuous efforts arc "being made to
Duluc, "Victorine," by Mile. Martial, agreed to an increase of wages and steady popular time, wasagainst hanging Gov. Sey-
feeling women presenting given him.
in the Fourth precinct last night on a war- obtain water at the store of Mr. Freeman,
"Raoal," by M. Humbert; "Rosalie, " work. commuted by and athlclid exhibitions ever given In this The body &is cremated without a post-
by Mile. MarcheUi; "Champ Courtier," by mour to life Imprisonment, died in the city, the sum realized therefrom to be de- mortem examination at the request of rant sworn out some time back by C. W. at Good Hope. Workmen have dug over
M. Numes, and "Gaston," by M, Maury. woman's prison hero. voted to the club benefit. '
the patient, who maintained that he did any
Griffith, ot 337 Pennsylvania avenue, day feet withoutButlersuccess,inand yester-
Painfully Injured hy a Jlicycllst. Contractor put service
The performance throughout was in the child, living at 710 H not want his body to fall into tho hands charging him with the embezzlement of
hands of competent actors. "Divorcons" Frank Merklin, a Walkover for Norfolk. Pretended Ho Ilnd a Dead Child. of his wife. $56. He is held for the detectives.
will be the play street northeast, was run over and pain- Norfolk, Ta., April 18. Norfolk d John W. Rice, colored, who has been Mrs. Darling, the mother, Jiad Tealized, The report of an intended meeting ot
fully Injured yesterday in front of 716 H as she now sonjbad been residents at Hillsdale last night regarding
and outflelded the Petersburgs in publicly soliciting alms upon the plea of murdered, claims, that hermatterT,bofore Trial Spin of tho Aiumcn Ram.
the Foster shooting was pronounced falsa
Flames Destroy & Town. street by a bicycle ridden by George and took the Bath, Maine, April 18. ThcramKatahdin
of 1320 Vermont avenue. 'sgame. Herr pitched a beautiful providing burial for his child, was pulled District Attorney Frazier', ofDctroit, by Messrs. Underdue and Sayles. Thero
Madrid, April 18. The town of Taytl, game for the local team, and both of Pe- last night by Policeman Sroupe, of the who said that the suspicion, while perhaps had a trial spin over the mile course will be no meeting until after the report
on one of the Philippine Islands, has been tersburg pitchers were hit hard. Tho Niuth precinct, on the charge of vagrancy. well founded, was not strong enough to off Southport to try her indicator cards and of the present grand jury in the case.
Bitten by a ret Dog. test the valve gear. Everything" worked
destroyed by fire. Two thousand houses Raymond Ebltrs, a young son of Police small. weather was cold and the attendance Inquiry by the police proved that he has warrant the arrest of the doctor and her
"Were consumed, one life was lost. no child. daughter-in-law- . .. satisfactorily. THE WEATHER
man Ehlers, of the Ninth precinct, was At that time Mrs. Darling-th- e elder, had
Brink "Washington Brewery Company's badly bitten about the faco by a pet dog Drink Washington Brewery Company's Drink Washington Brewery Company's advanced tho idea that her son had been Drink Washington Brewery Comp'any's Fair; slight changes in temperature;
sore Champagne Lager. yesterday. The animal wa$)killed. pure Champagne Lager. pure Champagne Lager. poisoned, because his wife had fallen in puro Champagne Lager. variablo winds; probably fajr Saturday.