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   Evening Times (Newspaper) - May 5, 1896, Cumberland, Maryland                                tv v 'EVENING 199 CENT A WOMB, r' Last Edition. O'clock Vol. 107 CUMBERLAND, MD., TUESDAY, MAY 5, 1896. THREE PARASOLS! Everyone new and certainly tba latent out. White lltlmtai Bilk Parasols, white crookfd BtickH, bargain at our prke only IHy. Ladieb' White Habutai Silk Para'oK neat Drm-den handles, patterns, worth our price only 3D. Wbiie Habutai Silk eilk rufllj and white eticke, did'erent patttrnn, only with 2 Silk Kuftljs at with 3 Silk Fine bilk Paranole, Dresden ef- fectH with' Dresden bandies to match eilk, Fine Habutai Bilk Parasols, while eatin ftrinrft and Dresden tflVcla, white eticko in different patterns, worth our price oniy 25. POM CUU If There Were Not Suspicious Trimmings to the Story. A IJItAKOAN'S UNLIKELY TALK. up aiul and u Doctor Jiuulril IVarl iIuvkxiiu'M liodv 1'roiu Cliicliiiiiill to It WIIH Ky., May SonsatioiKil ovidc-nce been in Scott Jack- BOII'K trial by William K. trusty of Ur- buna. Illrt. He wits a bnikctiiiiit on the Southern railroad within six years be- fore- Pearl Bryan's murder. He testi- fied to meeting Baker, alias Emma Kvans, at 10 o'clock on the night of the murder. They were joined by an old doctor who was a friend of Ladiee'Fine Silk Paraaols in tbe j the woman. Through the.se panies new lioen color, fine linen inisertion border Truftv was employed to drive a cab. to inatch eilk, Dresden bandies, only Thev" stopped at a honse on G.orge 'enderldu rulllj to mntcb, only Ladies' Black Gloria b Ik Parasols, the kind used in umbrell with black Btickp, worth 25, our price only Ladies' Black HabutRi ijilk Parasol', line wife net rufUj, worth our price only A nica assortment of Second Mourning Changeable Silk PttrasDle, oniy the doctor coiuied the body of u woman from the honse into the cab. Then they drove across the Newport bndgr and" noar the place where ad'dresbed to Stale 9Sc. offijr 23 dozen Lidies' Summer Corcele, excellent made by one "f tbe bent luauufacturerti ui the country, lit BUiiraateed. tbe 50o kind, at only 39c. Tbev just arrived. All the Goods Specials eame as 60 j Shirt' tnis week at 35'.-. MILLINERY! MILLINERY! We make a Hpecialitp of Millme'y, thus you will be ubli to purchase your tuillmery of ua to great advantage in etyle as well as in price. S. DIAMOND CO, Corner Baltimore and Centre Streets, Cumberland, Maryland. EXTRAORDINARY P U SALE OF body was found the next morn ing. The old man carried the- body across the fence and aftt-rwjrd thf drove back to Cincinnati. Trusty test, ficd that tlu'y drove u hurse and rig similar to the one that George Jack son described. The old doc-tor, who1- iinmi- trusty never learned, gave hm for the job- Trusty afterward re turned to lui home in Urbana, lib-, where ho told the story about this mid night drive to his father. The witnr-ss was kept under a fnriou. He .-aid his f.itho rousm to John Sf-ward. o: Hiard, as he sometimis j-pelK his name who :i detective of Somerset, ployed by tne defense. He identiin-d pliotogtaph of John Seward as the same per-on as an engniving on the onf-id of a pamphlet in the hands of the cution, pamphlet was "The coufcs.'-ioi] ot John Sv.ird of his complicity in a murder in Casey conn ty. Ky." It also in the testi- mony of thi-> witne.ss that John Sevan onu tenn in tho Kentucky poni tentiary. Furtln-rmore, it rronspirot tliar John Seward had vi.Mted Urb.ma in February and had talked witli witness, AVilliam R. Trusty, and hi< father, William Trusty, about this mnr Vi'von: nnil Boyd. Hurxt. At St St. 0 000012 PhLadolpliia 2010000 Bnttcm-s and uiitt-, it II K 10 1 5 M it McGairo ttondnnce, B.OUO. u H 0 0-ryiO 1 0-40S Brcitoistci i Four Styles of Dark Colors. Three of. Medium Dark. Two of Light Colors. Lamonian Worsted Men's Suits To Select From for Suits are tailored by artist hande. A thousand over-hand slitches to the collar alone. i v They are fashioned with the broad collar and lapel. Gr.idy nnd Ortli. Umpin. Kvcfv. Attend uiici-, At H H E Cincinnati a 0000020 0-814 1 BcMon nnd Hynn nncl NithuK Entitle. Attendance, At it II B Louisville.... 004 000003-7 13 0 Xow York ..12200041 15 3 Jiitterii Wnnior imd U-iu1' 'n K.trrcll nnd 3Iii'kli) Umpin' Slicridiin. W At It II H ClilwiRO 0 00000002-271 liiooklyn 0 tot tones KittrcdK" and Grillltli: Grim ftild Stoiti. Attendance, 2.50J. Standing of the Clubs. VT PHtibttrg... U 1'hlln.......0 Chicago.... 0 Boston......8 Cincinnati. 8 Cleveland.. 0 Po .T5J .615 W 7 St. 7 7 lirnoklyn   I> PC -0 .KB 7 .5JO .on Schoduli-d Today. Washington nt Oevoland: Riltimoro at Phllmlclplila at fit Bo-ton nt Cincinnati; Now York at Louisville nnd Brooklyn at Chicago. Yrntcnlnj'n Intcmlnto At Snulnaw-SiiKinaw.S Jnckion. I run, 1 hit, 1 error. RiUerif-AI' le-i and Thorpo; Kngel nnd Sle' ors. At 4 runs, (i I errors: Ft. Wnyno, 7 runs 1.1 1 error. Mnrtin, Koonnn nnd Arthur: tJwnyne, Knell and Otnu.irn. At New Castle. 15 13 hitM. 2 orrorK; 11 14 hits, ft errors nnd Ollrty: liro dm nnd XI n rani. v At 2) ruin, 1C- errors: Wlnt'lliiK, 0 rnnt. 0 crrorw." Bntti rlOH-Dlnsfiioro nnd llcOury, Barrett nnd blmw. IntorclNte Scheduled nt Sacinnw, WhcoliiiK Wnshlngton rmd nt NewCwitlc. SUindlnff. STATE JB1UBMBN. A Lurjce and Au Kuthunlmitlc Meeting Held Hjr the Committee Ltut Kveii- Aikrd For.i At a rneslirg of the executive commit' tee m charge of the Firemen'H Convention to he.'d in Ibij city, commencing June 10 and continuing days, Wai. K. Wuleb, chairman of the finance committee, reported tbat the committee expected to nifike a thorough canvas of the city dur- ing the present week. acceptiujj invitations to be pree- ent at the cfletirttuon were receivid iroui the b'arah Ziiie Fire Company and the Union Steam Fire Engine Company, both of Winchester, Va the Good Fire jmpauy, No. 1, of Lonacontng, and the KruHbUrg Fire Ucpaituient. llje Union Company, of Winehi-eter, will briug 45 uniformed men, a band ot 2-> and t large number oi CIMS-OS, if natieff.cutrj railroad rates and holt I are bi cured. Chief John U, Horrocks, of tbe Johns- ton, (I'a fife department, wrote that eev- eral Johuetown tirticen, including hiingrlf, wHdul to attend tbe convention ana in- quired as to acci m-nodatione Tne Hanover (t'a 8. F. L. Co., .No I, regretted btiug unable'o be present owing to their having previourly an invitation to attend tbe annnersary o: the Columbia (Pa fire company. A corjutuutjitKUon Irom I'ire and monthly ne, publieiieU in New Fire MaiKia J. Lawyer, was read and relerrud lurnuln labr" loiiiake the June lUiui tier K bouvriiir of the, celebration tc iu elude a wnttup of Cutnl crlaud. Uouiibtrey leporttd tbat then be no trouble m Securing Til ?Uie track for the (OiltrblH. Ou oJuMuii, the cliHir Frank Bitr'ey, Ueoree Melzner aud M clue Minke, the committee on the oUlcMl pry If IN THE CIRCUIT COOET. The Criminal DocVt-t Concluded and Civil Docket Up. The fi'dt case taken up this morning Nevertheless' M. E. Conference when court convened was the appeal cwse Will Likely Seat Them. DECREASE OF ISISJIOI'S EXPECTED. .Khoj) FOM anil the Other ISIhli. Think Three or Mori- Should UK Kutorlnj; Jaturua- tlonul Arbitration AUojitcd. jof Wni. Oilluer, who was charged with i u-ini: profane language on the public i Tried beture the >.ourt. Judg- ment below of mid oo'ts confirmed, next cdbe was No. 12 }8 V.'m, charged aeaaclc and battery on tbe person of Win. Buoy. Trial ijtfure tbe court. Judgment guilty, aud fined and cot-la. The next case was KobiofOn, by her next friend VB. Kobert Creiitnton and wife: action in Blander; tried by jury: verdict. plaintiff. uu tbe demarrer iu tbe 31ay Pnpporters O'tlauley case was cont'-i-M-d. 'Ltie advprtifirg committee, as yet, hat- not able to bicure the Urge ordered totue wetKu alter Ji did nut like tlie niea of iiilvert'fcUii; up aud thdi ttiit- a1 1 matter thnuld Ue luokt-il at once. Itie tcui-mttee on tiaoFportatioa hati nut jet receivtd n reply tu their li-itti to the 'Iratlic Atf-ocutlou at coucerniiiu railruud rates. "1 lie..- re ported tbat a telcirrauri uuuld be iu the aet-oeiiitinn ft rrply. 1'. II. talked earn- C'tly reuardiup ine nimv ot trie fi- nance committee and wug John W. Avirett, who said that shot. 1- tht bib'.nete men relusetoaid the celebration, publ c opinion wouUl be the lu-ti to lieui to maintain the donor and die- ilty of Cuinberlaud, It wiw nut fjr thi ot the ui.mbfciB of the are companies 113 bouie vvac or thp benebt of the peop e. A. til. Dovulen iu tbe sam  cm., untue nbicb had thuj far Jailed to call up i them. Tbe banquet committee, composed of representative of each fire company ol he city, upjii ihe iiuuuics of the ex-finivc c nuu'ittee, bv srlfc.ia, president, nnd Scott bret. teurrtury. The ot th joiiitnittee were ir.tlructed to ask their Dies to asHst la up the ban- juet. This co in mi :eu will meet at tin loneer Hall Tuesday evening, May 12 The executive csmtnittpe meets in tip i-anie place on Monday Bendes those jjiven above, the lollo's'ina have acjepteil invitation to ut- the Friendship II mpaoy, Chanibereburg, Pa Fin-t Hose Uompany, No. 1, Hugeratown; Steam Fire Eaeine Company, No. -J, Alex- indrm, Va.; Mmtini-buijr, W. Va., Fin 'ompany; WeMinmeter Fire Engine ami 1 Compjnv; Independent Fire Com- >aiiy, Luke, Md. A numbi-r of other lave sent word tbat they would attend, jut have not yet officially notified tht The Usperstown First the Inde- ptndmtof L'ike, the Good Will of Lona lining, and the two Winchester companies- rill, atnorjK enter tne reel race. 'nu Columbia, of Alrxandrm, and the ;.iion, of Winchester, will entet the tteaiu are engine contet-t. of tho women delegate canw claim that they have certainly won the victory and that the final vote will beat the women. Their opponents, however, while they conceded that the othr-r side has had a large majority of the delegates from the start, declare their beliet that the tido was turned by the .spt-r-chcs in the con- ference. Tho debate was resumed in the conference this morning at 10 o'clock. The women sent in a statement re-tir- ing in the interest of harmony until the question if> settled. The- reports of the majority were then made and debated. The 13 standing committees and the special committee on the Epworth Leangne have organized permanently and work today. Ainonjr them are the committee which will consider JurfeeStakf rendered a judgment of not guilty in Hie Gorman caee yeeterday. The nrxt caee taken up was State %v. Patrick Prjle, charged with tailing liquor to minors; trial before the court; Pearre for State; D. Lmtil--y Sloan and J. J. Sta- plpton for defense, jadcment guilty. Tne next cai-e taken up WPS No. 40, criminal appearance, Siatc Frederick Kamp; jury tual, verdict guilty; Brown. The above case concluled tbe criminal docket, and the civil docket was then taken up anJ the case of Cecelia et vs. Peter Logedon was called. Tbirj is an action of tjtctcnent; jury trial; in pro- grets. _______________ Prof Dai'y will commeccj hm hops to- at Narrowe park. Gentlemen, 25 etntp. All lading who attended lasi year are cordinliy invited year. t HOLMES' DAY Or DEATH NEAR. He .Scoma Ucklzii'U inicj Not PHIA, May H. tho convicted nmrdcier, has now less than two days to live. Sheriff Clement says tho execution will occur about JO o'clock Tlmrhday Tbe sheriff asserts that there v.ill be no sen- i5ational Fcenc ou the If Holmes has anything to say it be wiid from hiu cell, before tho march to vjafl'old. Atont rx-rsons, iiicludinff and newspaper men, will vituws the although thonsand.s are btrain- ing every to be present, and aB high as has been offered for a feinglc ticket. The prophecy that Holmes would cheat the gallows suicide has no promise of fulfillment. Strict kept upon him. but he feeem.a docile and Whether or not his apparent contrition is ia-noine and j whether he will die a convert to the Roman Catholic faith is largely a mat- ter of ronjeetnre. Father Ditiley, his spiritnal advisor, behoves tho contrition is genuine. Thf priest will visit Holmes even- day, and will administer the last ntes of the Catholic chnrch shortly be- fore the hanging. On Thurs-d.ty morn- ing mass will also be said for him ia the Church of the Annunciation. BOUTELLE CALLED TO ORDER. on tlic Don't wane your time trying to worn ont booke upon a public who either wants them cor appreciates tnern 'ry thf m on a book on a live euljeci ii wbictt every A'nerican it intertsted and tbe Fight for Freedom" is eel- me as no book evei sol I before. Peo) le re eo mini: to cur office looking for it. Vill you be one of our encceifcful ho are reaping harveeta ook to a public who will buy on Bight? and can make bik! money by this opportunity. or write luum H, Walhli Huiliiinp, Cumberland, tf s to Keach Ceell Itliodes. LONDON, Jlay Tiio Standard ox- i'ssos tlio bcliof that Colonial Scores nry Charnbcrlain is trying to commn- icato with Cecil Rhodes, who is now n his way with a column for the ro- iof of Bnlnwayo. sil.out tho bo- called 'ransvnnl exposures. Killed HlH rn mlly and Illiiinclf. CANAAN, Conn., iMny Edwin 'lant of Clayton, Mnss.. three miles rom here, has shot and instantly killod lis wife. Ada, and then fired a bnllct nto tho breast of his 2-wocks-old eltild, illiiiK it. Plant then fled to tho swamp icar Karnpot river, where ho was sur- ouudcd by a posse, and suicided. A I iiv in Ullllitli.. BUFFALO, May A fire in tho four- toiy bnilding nt 103 to 108 Hnrl street nrned ont the interior 'of tho building nd destroyed its contents entailing a oss of nearly I nowrradf for ?d clitnd laid. 15 N. ;jyork tin- advisability of luvmg more bishops that '.vhich v ill a rejoin- rac adatiou on the ji ;o miti- re the severity the rr.i- governing itineracy of mini-tors. Bishop Foss sai.l in .m interview: "I selicve that more oi th.iu :iot think our number -honld bv 111- by three or Tho minority, is very p My ide.i, if are cho- is vor to make ,i-hops of India. Chiiui. Afric-a. etc.. jnt to hnve them LI-IKIJK iu a general "i-ii'-e, so that wo can d' what jiino s ncce-sary to this omvitry ,snd Ptitain of us-o to" foreign l.nd for time is needed to lx- d there." Bishoo Morrill oi presided at tho session and the l.r-t hvnin w.is> an- nonnced by Rev. Cr. Hurlbnt of rise Snnday School nninn. A iervent prayer was offered by Dr. J'nrlbnr Kev. H. A." Buehtel of Indiana de- sired the Episcopal address read in every pulpit. The confercn- o adopted a re.so- Intion to send a copy to pnipit. Dr. Mueller of Cleveland a reso- lution favoring arbitration for nil Eng- lish-speaking conntne-. winch was adopted and a copy (irdered sent to the president of the United States. The resolutions pictured at ler.cth the horrors of and announced tliat the connrne- of the world had too innch in common to risk the lives aud of their people in a bloody conflict The ro.-olntion- further reported in favor of an arbitration com- mission. Rev. A. F. pastor of the Independent Polish Catholic Chnrch of the Immaculate Heart of the Blessed Virgin-Mary, and also the head of the independent Polish in the United States, has approached Chaplain McCabe with a proportion to mm his chnrch. with its congregation Methodist denomination. He Critklrcil Action N.n.il l-.ill. WASHIVOTOV. May Tho first tkimnsh the senate ameudiiif-nt to the naval appropriation bill rodnriuf: the nnuiber of L.ttlfOiips provided for in that 1 ill from four to o, occarrevl in the Mr. Eoutello. chair- of ccuimittee, moved to I oil-concur in all the senate anieii'l- iient.t and a conference of the fpnate. Mr. Eoatelle undertook to fomc of the senators- for their tcncy. He referred to the war Erares of the picr winter and the belli- cose intrOtlnced 211 ttic ate and then .sarcastically contr: sfed the talk of some of the senators -uith their votes to reduce the unmber or provided for in tho Liil Mr. Qu.pf? X. Y c.illod Mr- Eontelh' to order lor cnticis.nfr mem- bers of the upper boase. and jss sus- tained by tho rlt.'ir afler verj- lively ring. Mr. Boutello. all lie had intonrtcd   tiea to Guatemala, been returned to Pitts- burg. Governor Hastinas. State Treasurer Haywood and Auditor General 3Iy_lin are at Sharon attending the dedication of the new hospital. The fourth annual conrocation of the grand commandery of Pennsylvania Knights of Malta" is being- held in Altoona today, Wednesday and Thurs- day. John Ulier and Ed Rickctt were ar- rested while in the act of robbing a Xypano freight car at Sharon. In their homes a large quantity of stolen goods were found. Ruben Kemp, a well-known resident of Jliddlcftcx. Pa., ha.< beou. sued by Mrs. Richard Cromptoit of Mercer for slander. One thousand dollars damages arc demanded. Jacob H. Baer, senior partner iu tho banking housa of Jacob HT. Baer Sons, has died at York, aged 60 years. Ho waS well known amougtthe finauci.il men of tho state. The fight for school superintendent-of Huntingdon county between A. S. Rudy, tbo prcseut incumbent, and A.1 P. Silverthorn, is a hot one. Both men claim to Lo winners. Walter C. Paxson of Sansom Philadelphia, was arrested charged with embezzling as executor of the estato of .T. Paxsou of Little Britain, Lanc.'istor county. Tho tody of Waiter Dohriuaki, a Polo, Wilkesnarrn, to have been drowned in tho ;5usquolinima, hog not been found, thong-h tho river nt tho placo is shallow. Tt xs said Jio left un- paid claims behind hica. Michael Okinski of {Haxlrton brought his lady love, Mary} SopoUnW, from Poland, expected to m arry her, but on her arrival she fell in 'love, Stanley. Biiiesld, who bought 'her from Michael for J '4 and ,wc fided h er. t ilobu Rushock, a laborer, ,-muCtakcn into .an- nbaiulonod JcJiambrr ft mine of ,thd Notck and CixciNNAir. May building, -120 and 432 Walnut to- ,-t tween Fourth und Fifth stredta, JIM been blown to the grocud by an of gasoline. The shock was so terrific that it was felt all over the city, isnd 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 Johnson. building across the street wofo all broken. The glass was broken ont of street cars that were passing at the time, and one of the cars was badly wrecked, but none of the paMeugers were .seriously hurt. All the hones iu immediate neighborhood broke from their fastenings and ran there was not only intense excitement, also the greatest confusion. The explosion took place four doors from the intersection from Fifth and streets, where the postoffice is located on one side and Fountain, bquare on the other. Xo part of tho city is more crowded and there were soon many thousands of people about Fountain sqnare and the space around the government bnildiug, whileTTalniit t-treet was completely blocked. -There were first about fireworks being stored in the building and also about dynamite and ammunition, so that there were several stampedes in the im- mense crowds on the reports abont othor explosions likely to follow. Se-v- eral peoplo ivero slightly hurt in these Etampedes. Tho ground floor of 432 Walnut street was occupied by Adolph C. Drach as -a Kiloon. He owned that part of tho building and the other part was 'owned by il. Goldsmith, and tno -first floor' of this building, at 430 Walnut street, was also occupied by a saloon run by Fty. The of the five-story braiding were occupied as flats. It is not known definitely how many nre killed and injured. At least 6 are dead and 18 hnrt. It Ls not known how many people were in the flats or how many were in the saloons, but none escaped, as tho buiMiug immediately collapsed. Thero was no fire to consume the debris an_d rcake certain the death of all in th'o building, but the dust and dirt contin- ued flying for a long time so densely the v.Ci'k of rescuing the victims preceded with the noh'cc and fire departments rallied, horoic-ally to the work. The saloons were --aid to be quite lull of people.' Adolph Drue-h and 5-year-old daughter are dead, his :j-year-old boy and his wife, though alive is pinioned in the ruins. Xoland Davitt, a traveling nian for tho Columbia Carriage company of Hamilton. O., and two others unidenti- fied complete the list of those known to be dead. Dawtt was blown under street car killed. The child of a. barkeeper ha? also been taken ont Among the injured arb: Sid sou. barkeeper for Lonis Fey, arm broken; Billy Cook, -waterworks em- ploye, ana. broken Barbara Hnttlcson, log broken Joseph Memmel, not sori- ous; Harry Hiirwiek, waterworks cm- ploye, cut on the head; Fred Healy, anu aud shoulder; Motormau Stoffel, Joseph Spragne, porter; Conductor Fol-' liard, Huron, Wm. Luuth, i. William Loheido, H. E. Hnnwick, keeper; S. S. Wells, clerk; W. D. Crou- dey, paperhanger; Wiliard B., clerk; J. D. Ward, race horse man of Toledo. Among tho missing who aro believed to be iu tho ruins are: B. A. Fricke of Jforwood; Joseph Worthntsr, Louis Fey. wife and baby; servant girls in the families of Fey Cud" Drach. v Jack McCarthy, Peter Burns Charles Filly were taken ont alive, but will probably die. Herman Xolte, Jr., -wa" standing by j a barbershop pole in adjoining when struck by some debris and suffered', a broken leg and other injuries. Several are still alive in the; C One of the barkeepers, who wasiiot on duty at tho time escaped; one of the upper was grief because ho knew that his isifd and v four children were in the ruins. Ono.of his chilthren dead( after the explosion. v t Mr. John J. James of the Soli Lftlns.. City Herald was just leaving Honse at tho time of the explosion, and' with, his heavy grip was blown, into doorway of an adjoiuing'store.- knocked Ren.seless, but cred sufficiently to take the .train'for Louis on his way There were many Uiat su injuries who were taken to and whoso names, cannot bo Somo of those who were thrown ont i suffered slight in Fey'a place and report in that resort when y down. Mr. Drach being- it- is probable tbat known how the' arplorion j Ho bad jnut dorm incut, wWi: tnwno and m w. m caused tho cwod a new; lud.. %m 
                            

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