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• Cornélius, Jr., Will Marry Miss Grace Wilson. [THE OPPOSITION 0F.00B1IELIÜS, SR. The Young Man .Mode » Stubborn Fight For a Hrlde Likelihood of a Speed y and Quiet Marriage at the Home of til» Her Parent*, j Nkw Yoi:k, June 10.—Mr. and Mrs. ■ Richard T. Wilson have made the formal I announcement of tho engagement of their I youngest daughter. Miss Grace Wilson, to I Cornelius Vanderbilt, ,Jr. , j Mr. Cornelius Vanderbilt, Sr., also no I nouuced that the engagement of Cornelius I Vanderbilt, ,lr., to Miss Wtboa Is against I hi < father's expressed wish and without I his consent. ' Neither of these statements bears with l it any surprise to New York society. I Nearly every member of that august hotly I has been aware since last Decemborof tho I existing circumstances, and although Miss [Wilson's family had Dot until this time mfi J f sm I m rii'ax, * m i 1 -L MISS OHACK WILSON. mads absolute announcement of the en gagement and Mas. Vanderbilt not long ago authorized The Herald to du;*,' ru more of It which had been floating about tho city, yet there has been a tacit under standing that It has exsisted for nearly ten months. It Is altogether likely that the marriage will be celebrated Immediately, in uli probability before the end of tho week, nt the home of Mr. Wilson, »11 Fifth avenue, und its celebration will he most quiet. Miss Grace Wilson, the future Mrs. ! Cornelius Vanderbilt, Jr., has boon In so iclety several years, and it Is understood that the main objeotlon to her being mar ried to young VaDderbllt, on tho part of rh s-family, is the difference of their ages, Miss Wilson being nearly eight years the I soulor of her fianoe. and tho desire of ItJffr. and Mrs. Vanderbilt haB been for thoir son not to marry so yaung. , Cornelius Vanderbilt, Jr., was gradu ated from Yalo nniversity In the class of lr,»5. lie was very popular In his class, obtaining tho coveted election to the S roll and Key society in iis senior year. He is -Shears old and tho socond son, his brother, William H., who died four years ago, being senior. Young Vanderbilt's health has nut beon good since his graduation, and he has not been out as much jn society in New York us In Newport, and in place of passing bis lirst winter in society here he went abroad In the early part of last wluter to join Miss Wilson, who was with her sister, Mrs. Ogden Goelot. Miss Wilson returned Kuropo only a short time ago, Mrs. 'Goelet remaining. , Young Mr. Vanderbilt returned from Hurope last April and soon after entered his father's office In the New York Cen tral Railroad company's offices. * First, of t hr Grantlini.i to Marrj'. • He will be the first grandson of the late William H. Vanderbilt to marry, though soveral of tho granddaughters have be come brides within the last four or live years. Mr. R. T. Wilson has beon a resident of New York since the early seventies, com ing here with his family from the south. He has prospered far beyoud the average of rich men, and is t-oday rated as pos sessing many millions of dollars. His children have all married most for tunately, and "the Wilson look" has been a sort of byword lu soolcty. His oldest daughter, Miss May Wilson, was married about SO years ugo to Mr. Ogden Goeiet, w hoso fortuna then was only prospective. The next marriage of note in the family o-ourrod lit years ago, when Mr. Wilson's eldest son, Mr. Orme Wilson, married Miss Caroline Astor, youngest daughter of Mrs. William Astor. A few years later Miss Belle Wilson became tha wife of the Hon. Michael Henry Herbert, sou of Lady Herbert of Lea, at that time second secre tary of the British legation In Washing- < ton. Mr. Herbert's brother succeeded to the title of tho Karl of Pembroko. Mr. Wilson'« youngost son, Mr. H. T. Wilson, Jr., is unmarried. Miss Grace Wilson was engaged to bo married to tho Hon. Cecil Raring. Lord lievelstoke's son, about four years ago. This engagement was broken just after ths great Baring crash. The Wilsons oeoupy a prominent posi tion In New York and Newport society. They havu spent their summers in New ■port for several yours, though formerly they were identified with tha summer col ony In Now London. Young Vanderbilt's attachment for Miss Wilson was formed Jn Newport, where tho young persons were thrown much togother, and It Was believed by many who passed the summer there last year that their engagement would be an nounoaij. Those who pretend to know say that Cornelius, Jr., hns,a fortune of #11,000,000 or $3,000,000 Inherited from hie grand father and collateral relatfVes. This leave« os marriageable Vanderbilt children Mias Gertrude and a younger sis ter of the Cornelius Vanderbilts, William K. Vanderbilt, Jr., and Harold Vander bilt. the soos of William K. Vand6rhllt and brothers of the Duchess of Marlbor ough. Frederick Vanderbilt has no chil dren, and George, the young brother, has yot to find a wi.'o. A So nan a ml, ni („tic Student. Clinton, N. Y., June ip.—David M. McNaufhton of Morristown. N. J., a moraler of Hie freshman elass of Hamil ton college wlillft walking in his sleep, foil from his bedroom wlnduw on tho fourth iloor of South college totbu ground, a distance of about 3ô feet. Fortunately • ' ■> « <ft. »ud an examination showed that 'MeN'aughton had suffered but Hit-le injury. Ailniiter Taylor 111. Washington, | reached Washington that Mr. Huunls 'taylor, 1 nltecl routes minister to Spain, li is been taken 111 In Paris. He was on his return to Madrid from England after cendlnz his famllv heme. June 10. — Word has A Tricing Fire. A slight firs oeiuired l«st evening In t.he store of Johu Col well, Tenth and Pine str&els, ceueel by the overturning of a ltmp. The bltzs wte extto) ulshsd before any dstns|e wss done TALKS ON DYSPEPSIA How to Cure Yourself. in air torn* of stoaaoh trouble Mun yon's Dyspepsia Cure will promptly cure where there are such symptoms ae pslo or soreness In ths stomach, Indigestion or distress after eating, pressure and fullness in the stomach, shortness of brea'h, poor appettls, coated tongue, sour or bitter raising from the stomach, heartburn, wind ou the stomach, con stlpatlou, dizziness, falutness and loat tnsrgy. When these symptoms are associated with biliousness, yellow coated tongue, nausea, bitter taste In the month and sa'low skin tthe Munson's Diver Curo lo altornation with the Dyspepsia Cure, sn hour apart Where there I» obstinate constipation keep the bowels op»n once a day by using Munyou's Constipation Cure until they become regular uader the effect of the Pyspepil» Cure When thrre are froublesome heart symptoms alternate Munyon's Heart Cure with the Dyspepsia Cure If there Is great nerv cusness cr Inability to sleep alternate Manyon'8 Nerve Cure with the Dytpepria Ours If the b'ood is poor In quality alternate Munyon's Blood Caro and Dys pepsia Cure. By this plan of treatment, ore can »radicate the worst forma of a'.omich I roubles aud thoir complications, and make the cure permanent. A separate specific for eich disease. Said by all druggists mostly for 25 cents * bottle Personal letters to Prof. Muuyon, 1505 Arch street, Philadelphia, Pa , auswered with free medical advice for any disease LEE VISITS CABANAS. Our Concul Gone rat Ilnda A merleau Citi zen* lu a LontliHome Prlaon. Havana, Juno 10. —General Lee, while out for a walk, paid a visit to the Cabanas fortress. Tho officer on guard allowed General Lee to pay a visit to Ju lio Sangully and the prisoners taken on hoard the schooner Competitor, who nro conffnod ln thut fortross. General - Leo found tbnt they were shut up in a dun geon along with negro prisoners. Al fredo Laborde, who Is said to have been tho loader of the Competitor expedition and who Is an American cltizeD, was found ( to be very sick. He said that ho was suffering from grippe. When asked why he bad not boon taken to the hospital, I -aborde replied that the doctor had Informed him that he would get better care whilo confined In the fort ress. Laborde was very pale aqd was support ed by two other prisoners during tbe In terview. He did not complain of bad treatment, though tho air of the dungeon where ho was conllnod was damp alid the walls moist. Consul General I.ee, having learned that the officer of the guard was repri manded by the go\ornor of the fortress for allowing tho visit, visited Captain General Weyler to., tier Ills oxcusos. Cnp taln General Weylor, however, apparently did not think badly of General I-ee's visit to tho prisoners, although It oootr.ivoned the rules and laws of tho fortress. General Ijoo Informed Capluiu General Weyler Of (he sickness of the prisoners and of the had condition of their dungeon, nnd General Weyler promised that they should he placed in a better situation and shou'd ho changed immediately to a room separated from other prisoner«. Luis Diaz, who servod in the last revo lution, and Mario Adam, a brother in law of tho Insurgent lender Alejandro Rodriguez, lmvj joined tbe Insurgents from Puerto Princi;e. The insurgent loaders Xnyos. Garcia and uthors are assembling their forces In Manajanado. Barrabaa, Palo Prieto, Manta Clara from Puerto Principe. THE PRINCES HOT. Petty Gn »Him Sovereign* Loir Thoir Tem per nt #i IlRiiqaet. BEgl.IX, Juno 10.—At a banquet given by the Gorman colony af Moscow to Prlnoe Henry of Prussia, representative of the emperor at tbe rocent coronation Of the czar, nnd other German princes tbe chair man drank to the Health of Prlnoe Henry ns tho representative of the emperor and to''the princes In his suit." The latter oxpyession-was a slip of tho tongue, but Prince l^itils of Bavaria, eldost son of the regent, took Die expression amiss. He uroso Immediately and in a (lashing speech pointed out that tho German princes.had not come in Prlnoo Henry's suit. He said : , ''We aro not in the suit nnd nre not vassals. Wo aro the nllles of tho emperor. We stood side hy side with the king of Prussia in the war against France, und tho old emperor acknowledged It always. Wo will do the sanio whenever Gormnny is threatened with war. Hut the German nation must remember not only the great Fatherland, hut ulso the old German dy nasties. ' ' As a result of tho spoech Prlnoo Henry, the other princes and the German embas sador Immediately loft tho tabla. ORDERED FIFTY SHOT. A Drunken Spanish Mujnr Kill« Cubans Uci-ause They Lack Knthu»iasm. New YoKg, June 10.—Sylvester A Corel, The World's Cuban war correspondent, sends the following from MHrlanao: Re ports have just reached hero of the killing of 17 more peaceable porsons In Santa Crux, on the north ooast-j east of Havana. A Spanish column entered the town. The half drunken major In commnnd be came enraged nt the lack of enthusiasm shown by the inhabitants and had &0 of them seized. These he ordered to bo shot. Tbe slaughter had begun when a cool headed lieutenant lmd "to horse" sounded on tho bugle. Tills had the effect of cooling down the excited men, nnd tho killing censed when 17 hml been put to death. No fur ther details nre reported here at present. Tho information comes from Spanish sources. N>r. nulldlng For Vaaiar. Poi ohefk?.«ik, N. Y., Tune 10.—Class day exercises wore held at Vassar college. The ola3S of 'lib numbers 12o and Is tho largoil ever grudunted from the college. At tho meeting of tho board of trustees tho matter of the ere-tlcn of a recitation hall and a residence hol. ding to lie known Hnrmond House in honor of Vataar's lirst president was iqfrriod .to a commit tee with power to proceed with the con streetk o. The cost of erecting the rpcita ttoo hull will he tai-en from John D. Kockcfelior s gift of flOO.(Hw£ The collego was rou jutted last year at a loss, ns the expentsi were $300,0C0, while tho recoiptr wero a trilio less. as LAST DAYS OF CONGRESS. ! Th« Senate «ml lionne CIo**Jmk Up the Ilulric«* of the Kuaniou. WAHIBXGTON, Juno 10. — The senate agreed to final conference reports on tho naval and liullnn appropriation bill«, leav ing only the sundry civil and Uns District of Columbia conference reports outstand ing. Tho resolution for un Inquiry loin the olroumstunues of tho award of the statue of General W. T. .Sherman occasioned an animated debate, Mr. Woloott of Califor nia criticising tho award on the ground that It was an Injustice to tho Sooiety of Ainerlnun Sculptors. Senators Allison, Hawley and Mills defended tho award. Tlio resolution was finally defeated. The bill to amend tho law respecting punishment for contempt of court was discussed by Mr. Hill of New York and Mr. Allen of Nebraska, but a final vote was not reached. The moilsuro Is tho re sult of the agitation over the Imprison ment of Eugene V. Debs and others for lontompt. An effort to pass one of tho pension Mils recently vetoed by tlfh president 1'all >d through the absence of a quorum. Tho house gave Its final approval to oon forence reports on two of tho four appro priation bills which hove been before con gress for tho past few doys—the naval and the Indian bills. A vote taken on one of the (enuto public building amendments to the sundry civil bill just prior to ad journment Indicates tbnt the opposition to those amendments In tho house is wan ing and that the house will on the next vote agree to them. Those amendments and the electric lighting and sectarian charities Items In tho District of Colum bia bill stand betwoon congress and final adjournment. It was the opinion of the house leadors that an adjustment Would bo effeetod and a final adjournment reach ed today, or on Thursday at the latest. Most of tho day in the house was de voted to the consideration of the Aldrlah Undnrwood contested election case from the Ninth Alnhama district Tho Dem ocrats attempted to filibuster, but were overcome, and when the vote was taken the contestant, Mr. Aldrich, was given the sent by a vote of llrt to 107. Fifty Hepubllcnns voted with tho Qemoorats against this action. COL. CASTLEMAN'S WRATH. He Wanted His Son to Punch Captain Cooper of the Annapolis Academy. Wasuingto^ Juno 10.—The graduating exercises nt the Naval academy would have been memorable In one respect had a mom her of tho class which received diplo mas from Heerotary Herbert onrrled out the wishes of his father, that he prooeod to whip Captaiu Philip H. Cooper, super intendent of the school, for whnt the fa ther thought was a piece of unauthorized lntorferenco. Konnoth G. Castloman was a member of tho class, and his father, Colonel Cnstleman, Is a typical Kentuck ian. Colonel Cnstleman, with his wife, vkdted t-he school to see bis son graduated, and while there took young Cnstleman on rides. Thero Is a regulation which prohibits cadets from riding about tho town In car riages, and Castloman was reported to tho superlntendeut for infraction of the rules. The offenso was not ssrlous, and probably called only for a foW domerlts.. Colonol Castloman, however, thought that Cap tain Coopur was guilty of a piece of Inter ference, and advised his boy to resign his commission and thou, as a civilian, pro ceed to trounce tbo superiatendent. It la said tlmt lie promised his son a good sum to live on If bo would uphold Kontucky honor by whipping the superintendent, hut the young man looked at tbe matter In another light and is still n cadet. It Is fortunate for young Castleman that he did not attempt to lick tho superintendent, for he then would have been court mnr tlaied and sentenced to confinement on tho prison ship Santeo. As a civilian he probably would have been arrested and lined $5. Nnval officers In Washington shy that the young man would have had a difficult time In whipping Cnptaln Coop er, who is rather athletic and skillful with his hnnds. BASEBALL. • NATIONAL LEAGUE GAME". At New York— New York. Cincinnati New York—Hits, 12; errprs, 3. Cincin nati—Hits, 7 ; errors, 4. At Brooklyn— t .. . . Brooklyn, Pittsburg Hronklyu—Hits, 8; errors, 1. Pittsburg '•rHlta, ®s in*Älrjji|. At Boston— St. Louis Bo«tnn... .32210000 »—7 .. 01030000 0— 4 20000080 *— 6 10000000 0— 1 01 2 00000 »— 6 UOOOCOOOO St. Louis—Hits, 12; errors, 0. Boston —lilts. 4; orrors, 1, At Philadelphia — Cleveland....... 0 0 8 0 0 0 2 4 0—2 Philadelphia. ..00001000 0—1 Cleveland—Hits, 17; errors, 2. Phila delphia—Hits, 7; errors, 2. * « Other league gnmoa postponed on ac count of rain. o May KiWertnin an KiigUsb Kart. Newport, Juno 10.— The Karl and Countess of Kssex are expoctcd to visit this place after tho London social season. This will be, as far ns known, the ilrst visit of the carl to this sldp. Ills wife, who was Miss Adelo Grant, frequently summorod nt Newport with her mother. Mrs. David Beach Grant. Her last visit was during tho season of 1833. Her mar riage with tho earl took place a few months later In London. Nbe has Inter ests this side of tho water, having inherit ed something ovor $100,000 from her pa ternal grandmother, Mrs. Georgo De For est Grant, who resided in Grainercy Park TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS. Wyeth City, Ala., was swept by a tor nado, and six persons wero killed. Cambridge university oonferrod hou r ary degrees on Professors Simon Newcomb and Francis A. Mutch. • . The congress of British Chnmben nt t Commerce was opened in London with a speech by Joseph Chamberlain, colonlq! secretary of state. Secretary Olney will press upon Spain the claims of Dr. Jose Delgado nnd Pedro Casanova, American oltl/.ens. for Injuries received at the hands of Spanish troops in Culm. Mrs. Westervolt of Paterson, N. .1., who had lied to Ashury Park as the wife of Peter Stein, killed herself when sho found he would die as the ro.iult of being kicked by a horse. H. H. Bliss, the stepfather of Mr| Fleming, in her trial in New Y/>rk for tbe murder of her mother, admitted that uu the day of his wile's lunerul ho practical ly charged Mrs. Fleming with mnrder hy asking her squarely. "Did you poison bory" Ho told of frequent qu-rrols bo twean tho two women which might fur nlsh a possible motive for murder. School T« mchmr* to M« The tesebers of lb* B>«b «id G«riren ■Oboole will meet tb'g ef'ernoen it Ne. 24 to diseos8 ' Aril bait-tic" end "Diets tun Apt teechrr of tke pilqrsr; grsdr will bo welcoae. 1 ScS8SS81ië?SiSitSttS S k B1 v'»»* S t \ •x w r\ I m I \ , i - M A Ü'Â ? 5 ) I h » m BH f 'K w 'l® >TM V C' > 5 v\ (/■ « ! ! » m f \ / F -ZS. There is no dividing line. V LUC DON'T FORGET for 5 cent6 you get almost as much ''Battle Ax" as you do of other brands for 10 cents. DON'T FORGET that "Battle Ax" is made of the best leaf grown, and the quality cannot be f g - i atpro vtdu ' c k DON'T FORGET, no matter how much you ^ are charged for a small piece of other brands, the chew is no better than " Battle Ax." DON'T FORGET, " Economy is wealth," and want all you can get for your money, y pay 10 cents for other brands when you can ge; "Battle Ax" for 5 cents? T r OU £ usAAsI HOP BITTERS - CT URE S— DYSPEPSIA, BILIOUSNESS. LIVER COMPLAINT, NEURALGIA, CONSTIPATION, * AND ALL KIDNEY DISEASES. FOR SALE AT MILLER'S DRUG STORE, 402 lllarket 8treet, Wilmington, Del. IN ORDER TO REDUCE OUR STOCK Of New and Second-hand Bicycles, We have decided to make a We are now . ff jrloc you your choice of the following high grado wheels at the ridiculously T< w price of $45 each. 1895 # «n »er k uNj RAMBLERS, ( COLUMBIAS, STEARNS, SPAULDINGS, FOWLERS; V V .-—- y -\ e GRACEFUL DURABLE BEAUTIFUL : $ 15.00 Otlier good Wheel* from t5 tip. It wi>l pay you to examine our stock of 18hff wheel«, consisting if Rambler«, Robin Hoods and Cres cents. Don't dei ty ! Hut c me early and tccure firet choice, as these goodB will move quickly at the piices mentioned. N. B.—Hicyclo Suits, SweA'ers, Lnnps, Bells, etc., all marked down. V M'OANIEL & MERRIHEW CYCLE CO. PIONEER CYCLE HOUSE, Cycle Livery. 101 f Market Street, V\HfsV«XiMlîHlSlf»*l'«BK. -A. ;grTrir ri ^n»ii X /XT I . s ihS'ÆeI ICYCLES. e l ! MJ V NEVER DISAPPOINT «tÄ"'"'"'' « Made in the largest bicycle factoiy in the country and of the best material. No bicycle enjoys a bet ter reputation than the Waverley. % ^^OU retd not go away to"buy a $46x0 Bicycle will» the PYLE ROADSsl F.R at *S 50 More than value for your money. Morgan & Wright quick icpair tires. Each machine warranted by uï for bne year .. w. *- • M Our llitling Academy at Your Service. All Purchaser! of M lieelsflTauglit Free. 8 a. in. to lO i>. in. 807 MARKET STREET. CYCLIL CO J », If ■>.. m WLA K y I H I v. W. L. DOUGLAS $3 SHOES BEST IN THT WORLD. On#» qmUttT. on#* pric-j : 100 «tylo« «tod widlb» I« C«)f, Patent Calf. Viol Kid u■ «• • ali »hod«« of Kuaaak Wo rank* and »ell morn &;< alio«« than any othot lOAnufH turnr in th* ivorld liy making only on« line ami developing that to tin highe«! t'oitrec *%« or** «bli» to prvsttc» and aril through our «w.n ♦ho boat alio« ou oarth for Nil. K<|iml in Valu« to «ay $5 alio«*. Ht y lo. lit and wear guarantcod. 309 Market Street. — - .a politioai. pOR UO JNTY COMPTROLLBR. NEW CA8TLK COUNTY. 1886, JOHN F. STAATS, APrOQUINIMJNK HTODRED. Huliject to the rulee of the Democratlo Party. Nomination, June 13. two. pOR RECEIVER OF TAXES AND COUNTY TREASURER. JOHN N.-CARSWELL, Subject to the rules of tha Demo cratlo party. POR SHERIFF OF NEW CASTLE COUNTY, 1*1«, JOSEPH S. DUNLAP, OF WILMINGTON HUNDRED. Hubjrct to the dccla'on of I he Democratic Party. POR SHERIFF OF NEW OA8TLH COUNTYJ lHW. JAMES CARMICHAEL, WILMINGTON HUNDRED. dulijeat to tbe ('(clalon of.tb. DemocraMo Party. pOR LEVY.ÇOURT COMMISSIONER OF THE THIRD DISTRICT. JOHN J. MEALEY. Subject to the rules of tha Democratic P.rly. Jj'OR LB.VF COURT COMMISSIONER, OF THE FIRST DISTRICT,' R. LEWIS ARMSTRONG Subject lo the'rules of th« Republican Party. ' (XCt'llHlONS. f VHESTER A N I, L PHILADELPHIA PA88b,.NWMl_. 81 h A M HO * T8. k « FAKES lth' l'CHI). U t -, Lr»v(i:ix F urih SL whmrt, Wilmington. « 5-aHtS^^ Matty, a. In., t and 4 lit p m. 1.ewes Lbe-Iunt «Irret wharf, Philadelphia, at 7 30 ac<l 10 IN a m,, 1.30 and 4 p. m. ham to PhtlsdelpM«, Wc. Kxeurilou ticket, 40c Family package tickets, good for year, at very low lines. ParkHDgrr«' pack use* received at Philadel phia whai f acd eaied ft r free of charge For mrt her Information call téléphona No.47 included, nt 7.3(1 and TO.Hi WASHINGTON PARK, ON THE DELAWARE. For society and oi.i,«r special excursions ap ply to lh» undeislgnsd. _ utlly coun, etioii will be made via Penns gr I «»art Woodbury, F»r« for tbe rou ml irlp, 80 cents. A. 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