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. ? ai. Ar v NO. 1,041. WILMINGTON, DEL,, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, "ü B 1891. ONE CENT. WE HAVE OPENED TO-DAY SOME BARGAINS IN Hosiery ""Gloves Lysle Thread and Taffeta, 15 cents. Children's Lisle and Taffeta, io cents per pair. Four-Buttoned Kid Gloves, 50 cents per pair. . Mrs. Dougherty, 232 KING STREET. LADIES ARE INTERESTED in oni three grades of KID BUi TON SHOES. $2.00, ;$2.50, $3.00. ■ . They are stylish, perfect fitting, reliable î n . d . Pr" 1 !» pr'r* for the qua. ity. STOUT ÇAÜIB8 should aee onr EXTRA WIDE ANKLE and high instep Kid Button Shoes. They don't look large on the tot, being so eorefully ent and made that you can wear a H to one tnll size .mailer than yon are usually compelled to boy. The price is tight Î a p. Babcock's Family Shoe House, Baei j 306 MARKET STREET. I Above I Wilmington. f Second, Goodyear GLOVE Rubber Shoes. Rubber ? 00, .1' A1 » 8ifl8 > BUTTON ARCTICS, Buckle Arctics. Warm dned Hutton and LaceShoee and Slippers. Side INSURE YOUR HORSES AND MULES IN THE „ or D«law«re Live Stock Insurance Company m A n ll0me company managed by well-known Rates lower than in other companies. H.C. CONRAD JOSEPH H.CHAMBERS, President. Secretary. THE BRIDE RANGE C/3 m t o X > 2 o 2 DO > m w of It is made of heavy castings ; it has all of the latest improvements has large flues; splendid draft; is a quick baker and can be run and will ao the s ime work with 20 per cent, less coal than any "Ventilated Oven Oauze Door Range," all of which, so far as the theory that is slaimed for them being any hotter than a closed oven,is a Humbug of the leepast dye and the parties making it know it. î*m^ e ,ir8t P* sce t ^ ie P r ' oe asked for a Ventilated Oven Store is liout *0 per cent, moie than for any other store of the fame grade, j it takes ~0 per cent, more coal to run a reatilated oren than it does •ft run a closed oren. » w e i th ?°!I of roasting in a Double Roasting Pan (almost erery ady in Wilmington has one,) where your roast is entirely enclosed ;s the omet one, then how is it that an oren or ventilated oren is correct me or the other is wrong—which is it? I will make the following offer: I will put up a "Bkidk Range" gams any Ventilated Oren Range made, that I can do anything with it hat can be done wuh the rentilated oren at a large swing of fuel and a ^responding one . 1 ?, cost rall R e - The Bride will Roast,Bake,Fry,Broil, oil or Stew as quickly and as nicely, learing all of the finer flavors that on might expect from a wrought iron French range. Sold for either cash or on easy terms to suit the purchaser. I RKiTUBE, Carpets, Oil Cloths, Mattuesse«, Bed Springs, r.vuLOR Suits, Bedroom Sets. A full line of Furniture of every de ration on hand and sold for either cash or on easy terms. for the Credit Stove and Furniture Store NO. 9 EAST FOURTH STREET EOB&E H, HOLLIS, 1 * HE SUFFERED AWFUL FAIN In the Head, Across the Eyes and in the Chest. * Fdward Ashley Tell« How He Sufl'ered from Catarrh In the Head, Throat and 1 Stomach, and After Kvarything He; Tried Failed He Went to Drs. McCoy and Wfldman, Who Have Done Won ders for Him. . .Çd w afd Ashley, who Is better known as Ned" Ashley by sis cimms, with whom be is very popular, resides with his widowed mother at No. 1637 East Thirteenth street, this city. He Is employed In the shops of the Pullman Palace Car Company of Wllirington. The other evening Mr. Ashley to'.d a reporter what great benefit he derived through Doctors McCoy and Wildiman. This is what ho said ■2 /•< PM )/ 1 to for to I EDWARD ASHLEY, MO. 1627 E. TRIHTEEMTR ST. I have suffered from catarrh In the head, îrîlo*.. .12 stomach for nearly three years snd s.»d b o VB i ,ten in awfa * misery I UMtorrllile headaches and pains a< ross the . "LT nostrils were so stopped up that me hlowinr all the time trying to free i"*?', 1 coughed, hawked and spit up a gros: ftad there was a lump that al »tuck in my throat, which gave me great pain wh-nevet 1 tried to swallow any " ni ' often 1 would awake from a sound Si?*i*l? n itecount of being unable to properly ' i" my head was so stopped up, / had S? *£T°" B t k° chest, canned by the fhî£^5Lïf ek,n * .S 0 "*?' 11 18 J" 8t about three months ago that I was recommeeded by a friend to go to Doctors McCoy and Wild l" 11 "' JY h,ch 1 ''jd. and received in atment from them, and in the short time that I have u U tier tu «'. r care they have done wonders for me Now I do not have the pains weBor rhe terrible headache«. My sleep is never distorted any more, as I breathe all right without any trouble. My ar ^ "°r cl ** T •"<» l »ra not (reubled with the pains in the che.t that l used to have. I do not have that hacking cough any more. I am glad that T went to Doctors lief or and ft ildman, for their treat ri« *Ä" d° ne *o awful much got»! for me." rlS^»~ c SX*.5 d . W l ldman fnvnlsh ail medi cines free and their charges tor treatment are ofaîf*° nab e that "*«7 are within the reach DOCTORS M'COY UND WILDBUN Late of Bellevue Hospital. Now York. Office, 835 Markst (street. Wilmington. »^' be :* al |. Cural ;! e Dls »"" «re treated with l, r at a *l»t»iioe writ* f»r (symptom Blank. Dononltattoo at Office or bv Mall Free. Office hours-» to 11 a ra.; S to 4 p. m. T to » m. dally. BUSIN«» OPPORTUNITIES. FOR SALE The stock, good will and fixture of the 1 iq "i' " saloon adjoining. No ) 207 and 3» Woat Front street. This Ta J e t , lsr *«*- oW ««'' «nd best busiueoa ThepropertUeNoe. a>7, Z 9 and-11 West Front .tract will be rented sold on reasonable terms, as the owner wlshee to retire from business. Apple to PHILIP G.I'LT'NfctTT. No. 307 ft est Front street.^ and FAIN THE ISSUE OUT IN OHIO. and Secretary Blaine Gives * His Views on the Subject. Sufl'ered and 1 non niusemr »» _ He; CAMPBELL TO THE FARMERS. McCoy Won UU Kipianatlon of the ^ tient Abroad Hill Hp«aicA »Good Word for William I' Slaethmn and PraU«« th«* Ticket. «rent Sale for Year—Governoi as be is mother city. Pullman The reporter Doctors said Ptttsbuuo, Sept, '->i. —A special to The Times from Akron, O., says: The follow ing letter has been received by Colonel Conger, of the Kepublican National mitte«, from Secretary Blaine: _, „ . . B *n Hakhoh, Me.. Sept. 28. ToGolonel A. L Conger. Akron, O.: HvDkahSib Konr favor received. Jean not take part in the Ohio campaign this for many reasons which need not te> given, but 1 hopeno effort will be «pareil to »loot McKin (*7.. "** victory at this time is very important c ' h, Ln mDlr >' " ,ld to th, ' P* rt >' Hb »"'1 Mr Campbell represent the bonsst dlflercnoes Its tween the two parti™ There la no dodging or evasion and the voter need not be deceived. The election of McKinley means ihe policy ot aud ho J ,B, * t money The election ol Campbell mean« free trade and corruption ot the currency. 1 believe Ohio will stand by Me Kinloy. very sincerely yot.rs, Jamrb O Bi.ain*. com ■ Governor Hill at Rochester. Rochester. N. Y„ Kept. 28—Governor Hill arrived in the city at 10:45 last night from Albany. He was met at the Powers hotel by a delegation of citizens, among them being Mayor Carroll, who acted as spokesman and in a neat speech welcomed the governor. The lows; 1 am not now on a political tonr. Tomorrow 1 will asMime the role of an agriculturist, a role which my flood friend Senator McNaughton assumes when he goes to Orleans county. I know yon are all interested in the success of ** J am •* '"««vested as if I wore on the ticket, and whenever 1 can persuade a douhting Democrat to rally t« the support of the ticket I mean to do so. t bava no doubt about the result, if the Democrats will arouse to a sense of the contest on which we have entered We have carried every state election for nine years So far us the issues relate to my administration I am willing to stand upon them and I think that the Democratic partv ia willing to «Und upon them. This campaign Is one of the people against the aristocracy. A Good Word for Sheehan. I am pleased with the ticket, and It ia one Which should pleaee all good Democrats. Mr Flower is as good a Democrat as anv in the state and his associates on the ticket are all worthy of support. Let me say » kind word for my friend, the candidate for lieutenant pvornur He has rendered valuable service* to the party The prospect for victory was never brighter Our psrty is united snd that means success. Mr. Faasett has aaid that the campaign is the skirmish before the battle that as goes New York this ST. head, snd I the that free gros: al me any sound properly had the about Wild atment have done pains My I My not l hacking to treat me." medi are reach governor spoke as fol with f»r to » •pantry io Vi. 1 am willing to Z^pt 'theGsue* ÄcTm"' ° ff h ' 8 00,1 a, '" J ' ,h1 ' Campbell to the Farm Columbus, Sept. 96.—Governor Camp bell addressed quite a large crowd at the Union County fair at Marysville. sought to impress the farmers that the reason they were receiving large prices for their wheat was due to the failure ef the crops abroad, and because the American wheat was needed. era. He the Ta a>7, rented owner He said that high protective tariff prevented foreign nations from coming here for their breadstuff's and they would not do so unless com- i polled to, as in th* present instance. I Governor Campbell called attention to I the decrease of $98,000,000 in the value of I agricultural lands in Ohio in th© last de L cade. He said Mr, Porter's census showed there had beeu au increase in the wealth of Ohio of *243,000,000. The question to ask the farmers was, Who had obtained I this increase in wealth! Certaiulv it was I not theirs. I -- I a Wot« in ConoDoticnt. I NEW Haven, Sept. 38—State's Attorney Doolittle, ex-Gcrvernor lugereoll and ex- I Judge Stoddard appeared in the civil su- I penor court in the morning. The former informed the court that he had issued t wo more writs of <juo warranto in the political I controversy. They are brought with the state aa relator in the name of Marvin H I Sanger against K S. iieurv, nute treas urer, and John J. Phelan against R, J I Walsh, the ntate secretary. Mr. Doolittle i ^ asked that they be made returnable Oct I Ô, and it was ao ordered. This wa« a new and surprising move aud was the result of a conference between counsel and the par- I ties concerned yesterday after Judge Stod- I dard's return from Europe. The Ifeuio- L crats are anxious to get all the eases into I the supreme court by next term I Hasted on Flower. I Rochester, N. Y„ Sept. 26.-General K° J ft'. Husted says that the issue of the I J state campaign will be honest government for cities. He believes the campaign will lie the hottest since tbe rebellion. Nvhen I asked for bis opinion of Roswell P Flower * and 1 have no doubt he is willing to make I . heavy financial sacrifice» in this campaign. Of course he doesn't care for the gov- I *® ernorship. His oye is directed toward the I a presidency, aud let me tell you. if be is I A elected this fall Mr. Cleveland and Mr I Hill will hear from him in 1892, I know I m Mr. Flower well He hue risen to wealth, I th position and influence from small begin nings, and he has earned his progress." Farmers Win Tako a Band. • I}? Albany, Sept. 36—"The farmers of the state will take a hand in this campaign " £ This w«s the decision of th. conference held here with closed doora between dele- P" gates from the State Alliance and the two State leagues. Fifty-five counties w*re rep- ' resented and a delegation from the Knights of Labor was admitted. It was decided to Uhi^el*^ 1 1 ° Al !. a farmers ' convention .*mi , bU lf uch u * tep wil1 h« taken su,n,m' k r lh t farmer * will, however, •ttempt to make their fear is did presence felt this A Close Call for BU Wife. N*wark. N J., Sept. 86—JuH,,« Seifert i was held for trial in this city charged with I •ttempting to kill his wife. He was in- I tozicated and ordered her to cook supper I * d for him. When she refused he placed a I tral revolver at her head and pulled tbe tr»- I Gan *er. The cartridge failed to explode. " I ter 1 iron Charles Emary Smith's Father Dead. WlLLIMASTIc. Conn., Sept. 26— E. B bmtth, aged eighty-four years, ot Mans field, Conn., died Sept. 35. .'-•lament manufacturer, and : _;nown at home and abroad. He was ather of Charles Emory Smith, editor of the Pbilapeiphia Press. He was a I was widely I cows were City, 5oe Ottawa, sTpi^äfi-Th« Option o7 the j rions r commute» f folding'exTdlnia?er* < of SS Äon«tTacL*. U wi 1 TWELVE ARE DEAD NOW. Th» Terrible Mar»» ef u, N« w » rU n.asb KipUit»». Nkwark, N. J.. Sept. 28. —The list deaths by the bomb explosion grows. Twelve are dead at the latest count anti more certain to follow Twtdv© men and women are most grievously wounded and a dosen more will carry scars through life. Truly St. Kooco't day was celebrated by Newark's Italian colony with blood and anguish and a sorry responsibility la laid on the fire superintendent for permitting an Italian to set off homemade firework» in a crowded street. Here Is the list of dead and Injur'd, obtained from various source»: Michael Anselonc, nineteen years old, 'A4 Drift street, son of the fireworks man. Henry Uurgesser. thirteen years old, Clifton avenue and Seventh; disembow eled. Charles Stewart Coralin, twelve year» old; disemboweled In a frightful manner Diod in the xmbuliirico on the way to the City hospital. Antonio Chieffo, 73 Tray street, Brook lyn. Member of the band. Arthur Flynn, nine years old. 13 Stone street; abdomen torn open. Katie Hughe», eighteen years old, corner Sixth arentte and Parker street; struck in back by flying missile. Maggie Murphy, nineteen years old. Sixth avenue and Nidge street. Lizzie C. Ogden, thirteen years old, of 38 Nassau street. Michael O'Neil, thirteen years old, of 19 Colden street; skull fractured and right side torn out. Pasqualli Regiland. forty-five years old. 179 Eighth «venu». Died at city hospital after au operation. Merseppe Sararso. North Canal street. Frederick Weiss, fifteen years old, 37 Clifton avenue. All day yesterday frenzied relatives haunted the hospitals and vaut crowds visited the scene of carnage. All day the auperlutendent was trying to explain away his alleged illegal permit. It had become a custom. That was the only excuse. His I' for The 28. Jean but Mr Its or ot ol ot Me com ■ as role I of a of to ia Is one the all fol GENERAL GRUBB'S MARRIAGE. BU Bride Wae Fielet Supwltli. "Roi* of Llimor«," London, Sept. 88— General E. Burd Grubb, of New Jersey, minister to Spain from the United States, and Miss Violet Sopwith, of IJsmore, Scotland, were mar ried here today. The bride is known as the "Rose of Usmore" and is the daughter of Hon. Thomas Sopwith. She and Miss Gmbh, the general's daughter, are fast friends. The couple met at a dinner given at the British minister's, at Madrid. Hon Thomas Sopwith has extensive interests In lead mines in Spain. The wedding was followed by a break th* ' tit the the for V m He IB •8 i p w/.yr I H/f ■ K? I T v n I L , . .^ rloLrr sopwith orubb. r- St * l V?* lo .' l ' D ,, hou ** of the family . c,- 0 "!* 6 r °* < General Grubb was for # * t n l* co, »o>«oder ef Philadelphia „ I Troop ' and wa,< Kepublican I h?^ dll,Bt 1 î 0r .jÇ 0 T ,rD ° r ot Sevr Jersey, I ^ ut was defeated by the present incumb- I " nt * Governor I-eon F. Abbett. This is I General Grubb> second marriage. His first wife was a Miss Van Rensselaer and I * Q 8< ,d >tion to being tall, stately and I hauds, ome, a very charming woman, I I ie. v , . h. Ï ! T * H * R «'«»se8 I hf J * coh H^own, • Confe.iiioD. r ,' AI '-' 1 NKAroL ' 8 ' 26—F or eight years I -n G /" y ha9 been '"'Prisoned i ^ üe8t * r » ***••» * or »murder which he never I comnjitted. Jacob Brown, scourged by . b *" confessed he commit ted ' he deed •* t'entralia. Ills., in 1888. I « 1 De stor F °' tbe Diutderisastrange one. I ,' vn ' wh " was tramping, went into a L ,5* j t ?' He »tumbled over a man I L" tLe d ô rk ' A . flght *' nsuei1 Hrown hit I . a, ' u '*i a " t a Jrath blow with a coupling pm and fled. Shortly afterward another I lra ®R named Gray came along and wont K° l*5 th f äame " ar ' n °t knowing that I J 16 had a d T ad " lan for a companion. The h * " r °*? " n . d ,ound t,iat bi * *L,. b ^, lai , u ln , a P oul , of Wood. He tore I W°° <1 7 ,1 f ,vea "' 1 That sleeve * cau8ed bls arrBst > conviction sod sentence. I . TjndÜ^'/ 1 *' J " _Robert J - »«'T, f »rmer, obtained a warrant yes I *® rday forth« arrest of Justice Blanvelt, I a , wark ' 00 a obar K* of <rand larceny I A ,, 7 * a *° i D * l T s f »rm was raided I and tb ® liTe 8t «f k carried off by a gang of I m ^" ,l10 ar « Alleged to have acted under I th * direction, °f Justice Blanvelt. ; A KÀ Oh FOR ANOTHER'S CRIME. at a They Think toss Is San«. Rokdout, N. Y., Sept. 26—Anna Dick I}? :the lecturer, who has been pub 11shed »««dcMt : u insane, remains a guest £ I " t * rp ' nes ' the ho "« of Dr. Frederick Pei / I . ,le P" tbat vlolnl 'f d ° n °t'hlnk Misa Dickin S""?' '^5® wlU . Uke the lecture pIatform durin « the coming season, Tha Fair at Wavarty Over. Waverlt, N. J.. Sept. 36—The New Jersey state fair closed last night after tbs most successful exhibition on record. The removal of exhibits began yesterday after noon and the attendance during the day did not exceed 5,000. The managers are much pleased with the résulte of the fair R " llroad * »» War. Kas3 A» City. Sept. 98—Trouble is (ear * d between Lehigh Valley and Jersey Cen tral railroad "" f » in Lafayette, Jersey City, Gan B 9 of laborers in the employ of the lat ter road are making preparations to lay a traek over disputed ground between the iron works and their main line. the San the the be ers to Killing Diseased Cattle. jKR8ET CUT, Sept. 88.-Twenty-four cows "offering from pleuropneumonia were killed in McConvill's abattoir, Jersey City, Thursday, by order of In spec tor De 5oe They were owned by Dairyman Fienberg, of Secaucus. CaI"en ^°^' arr « n " 0 " nt 7 bas indicted Itemel, THEY ARE AFTER FACTS. of by of gal Ion of the McKinley TnrllT Hill « « . Alone but Tariff Law. O.ner.lly, and the Cost of Living Ar» Ineludad Also. What the Senate's Tariff Com mittees Are Doing. EX-SPEAKER CARLISLE EXPLAINS The Work I« Not Go »fined to en Investi New York, Sept. 3«, -The auboommit tee of the somite committee on fluauoc which was appointed to make an exhans live inquiry into the workings of the tari 11 laws, have begun their public Inquiry at the Fifth Avenue hotel The members of the subcommittee are Senators Nelson W, Aldrich, of Rhode Island; William B. A1 iison, of Icwa; Frank Hisoock, of New Tork; Isham G. Harris, of Tennessee, and John O. Carlisle, of Kentucky. Plans oi work are under discussion today. Senator Carlisle's Statement. Senator Carlisle ho* prepared a state ment showing the scope and powern of th« subcommittee, the nature of the work which it baa thus far accomplished, what it ie doing now, and what it proposes tc do. He aays: "It seems to be quite gener ally supposed that we are simply inqulr lug into the effects of the late tariff act commonly known as the McKinley hill, where In fact we are directed by the lutloo of the senate to Investigate and port upon the effects of tariffs generally without special reference to any particular measure. This of course, covers a wld« field of inquiry. "We were unanimously of the opinion that we should ascertain actual facta and not liateu to more opinions, and accord ingly we have not granted hearings to par tie« interested, but have proceeded through our own selected agents and expert« t« collect such information as we desired MO re What They Are After. "In short, we are proceeding to a scar tain th© facts relating to prices, wage«, cost of living, eta, by the same method* that are adopted tn taking a census or eol lecting other statistic» "When we have got the facts we will draw our own conclusions, and then there may be wide differences of opinion among us, but up to the present time we have been unanimous in our proceedings. "We have agreed upon a list of more than 9UU articles In common use among the people, and have been getting the tail prices of those articles at about seven ty representative eitle» in the United States from September. 1889, to Septem ber, 1891, and the wholesale prices of tbs ■ame articles for the same period at six ol the most important cities. This work has been done through the agents of the de partment of labor at Washiugton and is nearly completed. The ft'ages of Laborer». "The subcommittee is also procuring the wholesale prices of a great number ol articles, foreign and domestic, for a period of fifty years. The wages ot laborers ia mining and mercantile industries and io agriculture will also be ascertained for as long a period as possible, and an effort will b© made to ascertain th« average annual cost of living of a great number of N uo repre sentative families having an income rang ing from 1500 to $1,000, so that we may bo able to determine about bow much is ex pended for clothing, food of different kinds, rent and other items. In Agriculture's Field. "We propose also to ascertain the prices of agricultural products at the farms for a series of years aud the cost of transporta tion to t he markets. It is our purpose to conduct the investigation from the stand point of the consumer as far as possible. In other words, we propose to begin the investigation of pyices in what may be called tbe primary market and trace the articles until they reach the consumer. We want to find what prices the consumer has at different times been compelled pay for the necessaries of life ami why _ has been compelled to pay those prices, whether it has been on account of tariffs! or cost of transportation, or the extortions of middlemen, or other cause. Ta*lnve<itlgate the Tin Plato Industry. "Special inquiries will be made in re gard to the proposed manufacture of tin and terne plate in this country, and the prices at which it oaa now and hereafter be procured. It is said that to ht ing •f of the out the reied many new companies and existing establishment, are preparing to engage in this new in dustry, and we will endeavor to asoertain all the fact, in regard to them, where their works are or will be located, pre cisely what they are now doing and what they propose in good faith to do hereafter. We will not be able to present a report, I think, until next spring or early in the summer, as it will require a long time to collect and arrange the material.'' Boomart Suffering from Thlrtt. Guthrie, O. T.. Sept. 36—Every courier from Chandler brings a harrowing tale of sufferings for water. Fully a hundred people are more or less seriously ill. Sev enty horses have died for lack ot water. L. D. ft'oods, of this city, has been shot dead in the Sac and Fox country. A num ber of men from Stillwater have founded a town in the Sac and Fox country, call ing it Saclahoma, and they are already publishing a newspaper. The Saclahoma men will be compelled to leave, as a town cannot be legally laid out. tiary, was C. the Prussia's Wheat Crop. Berlin, Sept. 36. —The North German Gazette publishes the official results of in quiries in regard to the wheat crop of Prussia. According to this the crop amounts to 13,408,000 double quintals against 17,533,000 in 1800. and winter wheat The summer ... , __ . «rope together will yield 1,000,000 double quintals over the same crops of 1890. here »nd with ihargs rum ng bar Painter Lucas Not Killed. Madrid, Sept. 36.—John Seymour Lu cas, A. R. A., the distinguished English painter, reported as among those killed by the railway collision between Burges and San Sebastian, is not dead, but severely wounded. _ The Delegates Joined tha Rush. Oklahoma City, O. T., Sept. 36—Owing the rush to the new lands only a few of delegates to the Oklahoma statehood convention put in their appearance, and convention was indefinitely postponed. Mor« Gold from Europo. Nkw York, Sept. 36—Private cable dis patches report that *2,000,000 in gold will shipped from Europe by today's steam for New York. Robert Hsvre F.or.tary Bum. Loohlng Wait ifES^nHaîr" REV. DR. 8URCHARD DEAD. H» ffn th» Author ef ''Bum, Roman ism and Rebellion,'* , 1'V? A ^ O0A ' S " pt ' 88 ~ The Rev Dr. Sam uel I) Iturchard died here at 4 p. m. Sept. *• ,1 P r Durchard became particularly well known during the campaign In which nlalne and Cleveland were pitted against each other for the presidency. Ho It was who at a dinner given to Mr. Blaine made the reference to "rum. Komanlsm and S M. BUl "UppOSed by „ j Mr, HlsinA ■ friend.«i to have caused defeat at that time many his !tc, Burchard was prostrated with lumbago on Sunday. Monday he was more comfortable and hopes were enter tained of his speedy recovery, but Tues day the case was muoh aggravated and his recovery despaired of Dr, Burchard born in Stauben, Sept 6, 1819, He wu graduai«*«! fron Center college, and then studied theology at Danville. Ky, and be gau to preach to 1888. He became pastor of a. church in New York, where he re valued for forty years. In 1880 he Us ante 11 wan w % % , A II •V.' HEV. DR BURCHARD. president of Rutgers Female college. The doctor leaves one sou who is a doctor and another who 1» a lawyer. Dr. Burchard'» famous utterance he de livered on Wednesday, Oct, 99, 1884, in on» of the parlor» of the Fifth Avenue hotel, New York. A delegation of clergymen had waited upon Mr. Blaine. Dr Bur chard was chairman, and in hU remarks of welcome he said to Mr. Blaine: We are very happy to welcome you to this circle. You aee here a representation of all the denomination« of thin city. You see the large number» that ara; represented We ere your friends, Mr, Rlaine. Notwithstanding all the calumnies that have been waged in the papers against you. wo stand by your aide. We expect to vote fur you next Tuesday, Wo have » high er expectation, which is that you will hs the president of the United States and that you will do honor to our name, to the United State» »nd to the high office you will occupy. We are Republicans and don't propose to leave our party aud Identify ourselves with the party whoae antecedent« have town rum, Romanism and rebellion. We are loyal to our Hag, we are loyal to you. s. Tha , romark » wer * wel1 advertised by Mr Blalna'a opponents. WORLD'S FAIR GOaSIR. Contract Laborers for Foreign Kthlbll 1 C d ' CA h 0 °a Ä »-The*'"ré*for 1*^ has been sclrrted'by'sir'Henry' 'r'womî £ Ä^d°' The grounds and buildings commute hare approvedthe.ite.of Col^rado CoRR^" ent, Delaware, Kansas, Maine, Maryland Michigan. New Hampshire, New Jereey North Carolina, Ohio, Oregon. South Da- j West Virginia and W«k Tuesday night a banquet will I» tender ÿ by the citizens of Chicago to Sir Henry Trueman Wood and Jsme. DrAge ror2 eom misai oners from England Herr A 1 Wermutb, imperial commissioner from Germany, and Dr. John Meyer royal co " mission er from Denmark InvRatlons î have been issued to about 700 of the lead ing citizens of Chicago. It will be the greatest banquet ever given in Chicago - I - The,« Contract Laborer. May Come. * Washinoton, Sept. 98—Assistant Secre I tary of the Treasury Nettleton states that I tlieo laborers, mechanics or expert» in the I employ of foreign exhibitors coming to the United States in connection with the for n sign exhibit, at the World's faï wi Ute I freely admitted aud will be subjocied to uo delay or hludranoe of any nature - I »7, 84 or* Ho Got Bydrdfihobla from AsBuur Rare. N. J., Sept. 36-William ktout, a wealthy (armor residing at Hamilton, near here, 1« dying from hy drophobia. Several months ago while i doctoring a calf that had I wen bitten by a rabid dog the animal licked a sore on his arm, A few days ago his arm began swell- I ing and ia now fully three times^its natur I aisize Mr Stout has shown every sign Uw •f rabies. The doctors think he will die* I Murdered end Left 1. the Wood» I „»n Washinoton, P« , Sept 26-The bodr of of Emma Gross, who passed as the wifl lf Albert C'atlln, of this place, was found in the woods Just south of McDonald with out any clothing, the face and head being horribly mashed aud a bullet hole over the left eye. Gatlin and the reied on Tuesday, looking for Gatlin. a Calf. I quar DOW it « »on woman The police ara Prison Clerk Powors Attaenea. Albany, Sept. 9B— Frank Wallace sesperate negro conrict at the peniten tiary, struck Prison Clerk Powers with a hammer, injuring him terribly Wallace was overpowered struggle. a desperate J — I that Rescued from an Insaaa Asjlaas. Hartford, Sept. 86.-Colonel Charles f h * Baylor has been released from the ' *** Hartford Retreat for Insane Persons by the efforts of the Lunacy Law Reform l-eague and Auti-Kldnaping union after eral Maraum Wss Tlrad of Life. Danbury, Conn., Sept. 38—Nelson J ■ D Uarnum, forty »even year« of age a wail I f known business man and prominenTte "** religious circles, has committed suicide I , here by taking morphine. I 8larm Killed by Dynamita. I Bradford, Pa. Sept « -Sandy Ferry "• James Darling, while blasting etumpe can with dynamite, were instantly killed and Th aorrtbly mutilated by a premature die- I to ihargs of th* explosive. | tory Killed a, . a .. i. A Killed by » Fall. bos N in ^ pt - K been Koehler' of Somerville, died yesterday The rum the effects of injurie« recived by fall- Duke from a t ree recentl y while nicking nute | fantry empire. A ed to ,,, .not rirrA.ni t- k a t U * 7 • nr « r * 8 « circle«. «n^arin^t hte ^d d i 1 W ? k bj " ar appearing at his side In SwIUerhnd, Gone to twltzerlnnd. Len» Turner, the deserted wife of Robert Turner, left for New York this morning. She took a French liunr for Hsvre at 10.30 o'clock. 1 latter CHINA COMES TO TERMS. Roman Sam- She Will Sf»w That Sept. wlu 066 1 hat which against was made and Foreigners Are Protected. HER WARSHIPS ARE NOW AT WORK. The Rmperor Will p» f Damage, tn Kg ropean Powers for eh« I,»., of c« n . easlan Ufa end Preparty—British 8nb Je.U Supply Arm. to Bieter.. many his with was enter Tues his wu then be pastor re ante IaiSdon, Sept, IK—Following is mary of the official cablegram received from Pekin by the (»reign office; Specific sums of money are offered to the treaty powers to compensate far the loss of life and property at Wuhu. Wusuoh, Tan yang, ft oossih and other places whore the riots occurred. Four leaders of the riots have been executed and twenty-one ban ished, and five Mandarins have been ad judged culpably remise ia having failed to deal effectively with the rieten, ami take adequate measure« to a vim wan to prmm <*ni©r. They have been reported to the throne for punishment. Recognlce. Its Keap»»s|b|||t r . The imperial government, recognising It» entire responsibility for the preserva tion of order at the treaty ports and for the protection of missionaries In the inte rior, has ordered the vioereye of Chihli sud Nanking to dispatch the northern and southern squadrons of the Chines« fleet to patrol the YangUeu and afford protection wherever the life and property of n*uro|**Aii* ar« still Apparently tbr«at «»•U. % Can Cope with the Bloter». Although the rumor* of further troubles •till excite uneasiness in certain places the Imperial government ha» no doubt of its ability to cope effectively with any at tempt* at fresh breaohos of the peace, whether from the operations at secret so etetiee or the result of local or accidental circumstances The and de on» hotel, Bur this the large your the papers expect high the you State» are our party are by Secret Aorietlea Active. Nothing is known respecting the reporta cabled to Kurope of an attempt to seisa the arsenal at Potwhow, but undoubted evidence of the activity of Hecrel nocietle* tm in other quarters. T hirty-five oases of foralga rifle«, consigned J2 .* British subject omployed in th* Chinese imperial customs service at Chtn keang, have been seized by customs utfic at Shanghai. SI '1 Aeilateil by British »objecte. The consignee was arrest,».! and »ent tu ® ba "«^*^ *° dealt with by the British authorities The same man was found to be In possession of «quantity of dynamite, which he confessed was iutended for aee 7 a "J»* "oci»ty at nhinkeang. Two other British subjects aud six other foreigners of doubtful nationality, r««l câtJd ti UV 0 ,* 1 "*'' Wer * he irapll cAted tu tbit transaction THE Q R ANT-REIULV CASE. 1*^ U, ' m moi'^Î^KeVn^ 1 ' Tb " ! ^ Ä ä hare h,„ v T a ', K ° me d » cI »rl»g legal WH St i. .« " »»rrl^ to Mary «m, né !*.?? , th * th » m " <*f discussion nnhH fl *. C „, th °li C " , M , r ° raot ha " m, » d e Da- j h^inw^n^?^mber of letter», among them New*Y or k. ' Dr R h Burt "» ch^tres"^*,' 1 »'"k** °° urHe and Hu « h ff wuh underhanded ZZ\l ' c " e , K * W"»« the case A 1 llesides thia letter Mr. °" e fl ? m Dr ""«'/"D, in which " Ä tb "L he «• Grant's î 7L, T. ' Md that he wa * Z bt WM I " arrlöd a »•'»ntl the „IW h! ,/'''?' «»rriago had been the l»w of b fhe Usth i?' 1' , ^ <>ordi "K to I - , j the Catholic church, was never * t t ' and l,luilin K marriage. I T « trtmit w ™. „ , I n., * „/* Delegate», the I cotif«rMnrab* i f r ??* 'A —The MethoUisI the *° women to the n ^ iconferanoe to be held at Omaha, I /,™'" 1 *" * to ' *° ' ,Sei,t ^ " The Ohio Methodist «inference bos decided, 124 to I »7, to admit woman as lay delegates to general conferences. Aurora, lud. Sept »-The Hou th east IT«*Methodist conforenoo tan decided, 84 to 30, to admit women. . of at i nlli _ a w,Ü~ .fT 4 a * <1 iJstn JThT^ V Y *»— Lem Sing, I If.i' .M ^ Chev T a f d M * Muw . having I from cînmîl t^r'"' v * W and Uw Vj Vlnoo " t in *•>» night I ' a ehaMld b f taaB > f <>f twenty-five miles and captured Their horses were I „»n R T ' U 0n of r h. Vincent, fs new ie jail, Chinamen except Ah Okew, who is Chin«* dla " CiUzW1 ' w ' 11 U burned to All Three Ttctixia of »a Kaploda». I <n?T ES ,T A ' Pa ' S ** 1 *> -J Klva Berlin, Charlee Grove and Jams» D. Oongor were tSTP heni th * e *Pl»»ion of » boiler in Berlin'» sawmill. The fireman, it is supposed, put sold water Into empty boiler. John Math« an« a boy, a »on of Berlin'», were slightly hurt. the Dnel. Sam Mao* Fa f »ee.ooe.oot*. Chicaoo, Sept. 96— Peroy U Shuman, J attorney for the Importers' legal bureau I that fought the hat trimming© case to a successful issue, states that the amount f h * ? over ^?* nt wi 11 haT * t0 ref«»« will ' *** about ♦20,000,000. CABLE BREVITtEB. Victoria, Australia, has tendered Gen eral Booth, of the Salvation Army, ovation. ■ D ._ , I f «* rT . ln Rusal» continue "** f r ". for th ® /"T 0 « of plunder, I , vloero T °f India is said to bo much I 8larm ™ at the sullen tone of th* native population. I Advice* from Roma say it U practical !t "• tUed t ha ' »here will be no more Ameri can cardl "aU. Th « port«'» note to the powers relative I to the Dardanellea is said to he satiafar | tory to Russia i. A «'«rfiyman of tbe Church of England bos been converted to MoHlen&ism and ha« been received into that faith at Uverpool The emperor has appointed the Grand Duke of Hesse-Darmstadt a goueral of ia | fantry and field marshal ofThe German empire. A Vienna dispatch »ays that tbs report ed betrothal of the young Jttng at Servi» to tbe Princess Helen» at Montenegro is .not viewed with favor la high Austrian circle«. Hales a is tbs prinoeas wheat the " ar d " lr * d to wad «*• hut tbe an to latter objected.