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Evening Times (Newspaper) - May 5, 1896, Cumberland, Maryland tv v 199 CENT A Last O'clock Vol. 107 MAY 5, 1896. THREE Everyone new and certainly tba latent White Bilk white bargain at our only White Habutai Silk neat worth our price only 3D. Habutai Silk eilk and white only with 2 Silk at with 3 Silk Fine bilk Dresden fectH Dresden bandies to match Fine Habutai Bilk while eatin and Dresden white eticko in different worth our price 25. POM CUU If There Were Not Suspicious Trimmings to the A UNLIKELY up and u Doctor 1'roiu to It May been in Scott trial by William K. trusty of He wits a on the Southern railroad within six years be- fore- Pearl Bryan's He fied to meeting alias Emma at 10 o'clock on the night of the They were joined by an old doctor who was a friend of Silk in tbe j the Through panies new lioen fine linen border was employed to drive a to Dresden only stopped at a honse on to only Black Gloria b Ik the kind used in umbrell with black worth 25, our price only Black line wife net worth our price only A nica assortment of Second Mourning Changeable Silk the doctor the body of u woman from the honse into the Then they drove across the Newport the place where to Stale 9Sc. 23 dozen Summer excellent made by one tbe bent ui the lit tbe 50o at only 39c. just All the Goods Specials eame as 60 j tnis week at 35'.-. We make a of thus you will be to purchase your of ua to great advantage in as well as in S. DIAMOND Corner Baltimore and Centre EXTRAORDINARY P U SALE OF body was found the next morn The old man carried body across the fence and thf drove back to Trusty that drove u hurse and rig similar to the one that George Jack son The old trusty never gave hm for the Trusty afterward re turned to lui home in where ho told the story about this mid night drive to his The was kept under a He his to John as he his name who detective of ployed by tne He of John Seward as the same as an on the of a pamphlet in the hands of the pamphlet was ot John of his complicity in a murder in Casey conn It also in the mony of that John Sevan onu tenn in tho Kentucky poni it John Seward had in February and had talked witli R. and William about this letters were shown from William to A. S. Bryan and to Bryan's Mr. offering for a sure don thwart the defense in its pose to procure evidence to prove Pearl Bryan died in Cincinnati and taken to Kentucky and It was aKo shown that John Seward had coached the witness who made a complete on the They produced written t ions hy and to Dayton to lie failed to dc liver the when the lime The prosecution anticipated this mony of produced by Seward and have counteracting witnesses YESTERDAY'S LEAGUE At it u K 0 0 0 0 2 0 a 0 0 0- S 3 Baltimore 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 11 0 1 If 4 0 0 0 2 3 J 0 U 0 0 0 2 1 O'Connor imd At St St. 0 000012 2010000 and it II K 10 1 5 M it u H 0 0-ryiO 1 0-40S i Four Styles of Dark Three of. 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L. .No regretted be present owing to their having an invitation to attend tbe the Columbia fire A Irom and monthly in New Fire J. was read and the June tier K of celebration tc iu elude a of tbat then be no trouble m Securing Til track for the Ou the Frank Melzner aud M clue the committee on the pry If IN THE CIRCUIT The Criminal Concluded and Civil Docket The case taken up this morning M. E. Conference when court convened was the appeal Will Likely Seat DECREASE OF FOM anil the Other Think Three or Should UK Arbitration jof who was charged with i profane language on the public i Tried the ment below of mid next was No. 12 charged and battery on tbe person of Trial tbe Judgment aud fined and The next case was by her next friend Kobert and action in tried by uu tbe demarrer iu tbe 31ay case was as not able to the Urge ordered alter Ji did nut like tlie of up aud a1 1 matter Ue at Itie on hati nut jet n reply tu their to the at re ported tbat a be iu the ft 1'. talked ine ot trie nance committee and wug John W. who said that 1- tht men the publ c opinion be the to to maintain the donor and ilty of It nut fjr thi ot the of the are companies 113 bouie or thp of the peop e. A. iu tbe ti on tbe fact that a calibration would be a ad- fot which is ever to sn I more mid that the Uie had far Jailed to call up i Tbe banquet composed of representative of each fire company ol he ihe of the c bv nnd Scott The ot th were to ask their Dies to la up the This co in mi will meet at tin loneer Hall Tuesday May 12 The executive meets in tip place on Monday Bendes those the have invitation to the Friendship II Pa Hose No. 1, Steam Fire No. W. Fin Fire Engine ami 1 Independent Fire Com- Md. A of other lave sent word tbat they would jut have not yet officially notified tht The First the the Good Will of Lona and the two Winchester enter tne reel of and the of will the are engine of tho women delegate claim that they have certainly won the victory and that the final vote will beat the Their while they conceded that the side has had a large majority of the delegates from the declare their beliet that the tido was turned by the in the con- Tho debate was resumed in the conference this morning at 10 The women sent in a statement ing in the interest of harmony until the question reports of the majority were then made and The 13 standing committees and the special committee on the Epworth have organized permanently and work them are the committee which will consider rendered a judgment of not guilty in Hie Gorman caee The caee taken up was State Patrick charged with tailing liquor to trial before the for State; D. Sloan and J. J. for Tne next taken up WPS No. 40, criminal Frederick jury verdict The above case tbe criminal and the civil docket was then taken up anJ the case of Cecelia et vs. Peter Logedon was is an action of jury in Prof will hm hops at 25 All lading who attended lasi year are invited t DAY Or DEATH He Not May H. tho convicted has now less than two days to Sheriff Clement says tho execution will occur about JO o'clock Tbe sheriff asserts that there be no ou the If Holmes has anything to say it be wiid from hiu before tho march to Atont and newspaper will the although are ing every to be and aB high as has been offered for a The prophecy that Holmes would cheat the gallows suicide has no promise of Strict kept upon but he docile and Whether or not his apparent contrition is and j whether he will die a convert to the Roman Catholic faith is largely a ter of Father his behoves tho contrition is Thf priest will visit Holmes and will administer the last ntes of the Catholic shortly be- fore the On ing mass will also be said for him ia the Church of the BOUTELLE CALLED TO on tlic Don't wane your time trying to worn ont booke upon a public who either wants them cor appreciates thf m on a book on a live ii every it and tbe Fight for is me as no book sol I le re eo to cur office looking for it. Vill you be one of our ho are reaping ook to a public who will buy on and can make money by this or write tf s to Keach Standard that Colonial Scores nry is trying to with Cecil who is now n his way with a column for the ro- iof of tho bo- called Killed rn and iMny Edwin of three miles rom has shot and instantly lis and then fired a nto tho breast of his 2-wocks-old it. Plant then fled to tho swamp icar where ho was by a and A I iiv in May A fire in tho nt 103 to 108 street ont the interior tho building nd destroyed its contents entailing a oss of nearly I for 15 N. advisability of more bishops that v ill a rac on the ji re the severity the governing itineracy of Bishop Foss in that more oi think our number bv 111- by three or Tho is very p My if are is vor to make of jnt to them iu a general so that wo can d' what s to this of foreign for time is needed to d Bishoo Morrill oi presided at tho session and the an- by Rev. Cr. of rise School A prayer was offered by Dr. H. of Indiana de- sired the Episcopal address read in every The o adopted a to send a copy to Dr. Mueller of Cleveland a lution favoring arbitration for nil winch was adopted and a copy sent to the president of the United The resolutions pictured at the horrors of and announced the of the world had too in common to risk the lives aud of their people in a bloody conflict The further reported in favor of an arbitration com- Rev. A. F. pastor of the Independent Polish Catholic of the Immaculate Heart of the Blessed and also the head of the independent Polish in the United has approached Chaplain McCabe with a proportion to mm his with its congregation Methodist He Action May Tho first the senate to the naval appropriation the of provided for in that 1 ill from four to in the Mr. of moved to I in all the senate and a conference of the Mr. undertook to of the for their He referred to the war of the picr winter and the cose 211 ate and then the talk of some of the senators their votes to reduce the or provided for in tho Mr. Y to order lor bers of the upper and jss by tho afler lively Mr. all lie had spito the Subsequently Mr moved to the the number of but by consent the motion for action when it likely that the whole question rf time for the navy v ill be Fearful Catastrophe on- a Cincinnati 3IAXY Porno la the of the of. In the the cue Work Onlay Gardner Will May of H. A. the of the ond National u ho ran away two years ago after looting tho are for statement that ho is about to return and stand The insinuation is put forth that he was not altogether responsible for the bank's and that did not by the crooked that wrecked tbe A nt May is a street City Solicitor Bowers an to that the of Com- expired on April 1, that he cannot 1'oldOv or until a new is The mayor m the nomination of I. P but council refused to confirm Calix a PHIL 5. Chairman Harrity called a meeting of the of the to hoW at the Hotel 011 ilay 8, at 12 STATE This the DO SOMETHING FOR to the Opened by Governor NEW liny national electrical the auspices 0_f tho National Electric Liplit opened at the Central ace It opened by the pressing of a golden key Governor which sent out rent that discharged cannon in San St. and New Import of the May 5. Representative Woodman introduced a tion that the house of directly request the to make proclamation that a condition of war in Cuba and that it is the purpose of this to preserve a position of ami that the United States will look with especial disfavor on the con- of any methods of warfare not in the rules of war as practiced by the leading nations of the civilized M In tho preamble it is recited that the executive department of ihe ment has not seen nt to act on tho almost universal recommendation of the people as expressed by both branches of congress and that the situation in that most unhappy island is becoming a stench in the nostrils of Christendom the the the ties and horrors perpetrated by the Spanish in Cuba are so notorious that civilization stands W l Va May 5. The secretary of state lias a charter to the Little Railroad com- pany for a railroad from 1-V.rkersburg up the the Little valley to Giliner county and The in- arc all of tins be effected and tho road they before tho end of this A Mammoth Oil May A report from the well of tho Victor Oil on fho farm in Tyler this says it is producing 120 rols an or barrels a If this ia it will bo the largest producing Big Injuu well over in Mny strike ing and portable t with tho of to tin eight hour work nine pay Merchant Tailor of nt 48 the recent have opened up at 4S Baltimore with a full line of f piece where we are prepared to take your measure and make to order a whole suit or a as may be at the possible We will re- main at the above i Uce until our other at 127 Baltimore street is S. artistic merchant t A Clrl May a white girl 10 years has been dered in a ravine near the National Zoological The lody was in a small creek 100 yards from tho girl's her throat Crifs for help wore by tho family and n sister a colored loy run to hor. She made n hanl fight her A was seen ning from the Will contione her of VIAVI health in tho Y. M. C. hall every morning this week except Friday and At half past ten This will bo positively the opportunity of ing Mm. Kecfer on the pathology nnd of disease and no can to n sion or thu Wny Back to f Hilt i Miot For telegram hero from Domingo of the state committee will Governor gave a iu honor of State son Lut State Treasurer as was has walt of Franklin A new industrial is to reclaim opened at from many places arc for rheir annual and fair at The annual Covenant Day of the gle Sisters of the 1.111 was celebrated at George A. an Allegheny is the state president of the A. P. A. Christopher while io tear down tho old mill ac was killed by a heavy plate falling on Mrs. Richard Jeffries of Pittston dropped dead in her pew just pastor was pronouncing tbe The Erie county poor re- port shows crooked work 011 the part of the late Secretary F. E. now J. L. tho lumber who embezzled tiea to been returned to Governor State Treasurer Haywood and Auditor General 3Iy_lin are at Sharon attending the dedication of the new The fourth annual of the grand commandery of Pennsylvania Knights of is held in Altoona Wednesday and John Ulier and Ed were ar- rested while in the act of robbing a freight car at In their homes a large quantity of stolen goods were Ruben a well-known resident of sued by Mrs. Richard of Mercer for One thousand dollars damages arc Jacob H. senior partner iu tho banking housa of Jacob HT. Baer has died at aged 60 Ho waS well known men of tho The fight for school Huntingdon county between A. S. tbo and P. is a hot Both men claim to Lo Walter C. Paxson of Sansom was arrested charged with embezzling as executor of the of of Little Tho tody of Waiter a to have been drowned in tho hog not been tho river nt tho placo is Tt xs said Jio left un- paid claims behind Michael of brought his lady from expected to m arry but on her arrival she fell in who bought from Michael for J and fided h t a into ft mine of and May and 432 Walnut tween Fourth und Fifth JIM been blown to the by an of The shock was so terrific that it was felt all over the not one brick upon another is left in front and rear walls of the while the adjacent buildings are badly damaged and the glass in the of the Gibson Honse and largo building across the street all The glass was broken ont of street cars that were passing at the and one of the cars was badly but none of the were All the hones iu immediate neighborhood broke from their fastenings and ran there was not only intense also the greatest The explosion took place four doors from the intersection from Fifth and where the postoffice is located on one side and on the Xo part of tho city is more crowded and there were soon many thousands of people about Fountain and the space around the government was completely were first about fireworks being stored in the building and also about dynamite and so that there were several stampedes in the im- mense crowds on the reports abont explosions likely to eral ivero slightly hurt in these Tho ground floor of 432 Walnut street was occupied by Adolph C. Drach as -a He owned that part of tho building and the other part was by and tno of this at 430 Walnut was also occupied by a saloon run by The of the five-story braiding were occupied as It is not known definitely how many nre killed and At least 6 are dead and 18 It Ls not known how many people were in the flats or how many were in the but none as tho immediately Thero was no fire to consume the debris certain the death of all in but the dust and dirt ued flying for a long time so densely the of rescuing the victims preceded with the and fire departments to the The saloons were to be quite lull of Adolph and 5-year-old daughter are his boy and his though alive is pinioned in the a traveling nian for tho Columbia Carriage company of and two others fied complete the list of those known to be was blown under street car The child of a. barkeeper also been taken ont Among the injured Sid barkeeper for Lonis arm Billy em- broken Barbara log broken Joseph not Harry waterworks cut on the Fred anu aud Joseph Conductor i. William H. E. S. S. W. D. Wiliard J. D. race horse man of Among tho missing who aro believed to be iu tho ruins B. A. Fricke of Joseph Louis wife and servant girls in the families of Fey v Jack Peter Burns Charles Filly were taken ont but will probably Herman standing by j a barbershop pole in adjoining when struck by some debris and a broken leg and other Several are still alive in C One of the who on duty at tho time one of the upper was grief because ho knew that his and v four children were in the his after the v t Mr. John J. James of the Soli City Herald was just leaving Honse at tho time of the his heavy grip was into doorway of an knocked but cred sufficiently to take the Louis on his way There were many su injuries who were taken to and whoso cannot bo Somo of those who were thrown ont i suffered slight in place and report in that resort when y Mr. Drach it- is probable tbat known how j Ho bad dorm and m w. m caused tho a
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