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! t -' DAILY EVENING BULLETIN. M VOL. 2 NO. 1SG. MAYSVILLE, KY., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27, 1883. PRICE ONE CENT. A PATENT DEVIL FISH Which Seeks to Throw Its Deadly Arms About An Important Industry. . Opposition to ItoynltlcH on Mnchlncry ' A Hewing Machine Company Endeavoring to Varpotuuto Its Coiioes, N. Y., Juno 2(1. Tho mooting of knit goods manufacturers at this placo was of great iraportnnco, itsmain object being to resist tlie payment of royalties on patent machinery. It appoara that about 100 patefftsjJiaTO been issueil within tho past twoorlhroo years on machinery for trimming tho scams of knit goods, and 47 of these patents have been taken by tho Wilcox & Gibbs Sewing Maohluo Company. Hosiery mon say there is not a now idea in any ono of tho 100 patents, and that they arc all based upon a machine whioh wns tiscd for trimming tho seams of leather goods, tho patent upon whioh expired years ago. TUB ROYALTY SYSTE M. ' Tho Wilcox & Gibbs Company havo attached one of theso trimmers to their sowing maohino, by moans of which the machine seams tho garment and trims the edges simultaneously. This mechanism is not offered for sale, but is leaped to tho following terms: $f0 for each maohino, and roynlltics of two cents per do7on pairs of stockings, thrco cents por dozen cotton shirts or drawers, nnd fivo cents pur dozen shirts or drawers mado wholly or in part of wool. Tho m who uses ono of theso machines must ngreo to mnko a correct record of goods seamed thereon, nnd pay the above royalties monthly. Ho must nlso mark all his goods as the sowing machine company Rhall direct ; and must not sub-lot tho mnchines or allow them to be used by others than his own employes, or remove thorn without tho permission of tho lessor. rENALTlK.1 AM) EXPENSES. In case tho hosiery manufacturer has violated any of tho oonditions of the contract, tho company can thon collect royal-tics as follows: 6 cents por dozen pairs of stockings, 5 ocnts por doron cotton shirts or drawers, and 10 conts por dozon wool shirts or drawers. Tho importanooof this matter i to knit goods manufacturers is evident from (the statement that, if tho Wilcox & Gibbs .Company is successful in getting the that it is working for, tho royalties which mut bo paid by tho manufacturers of Coboes ou the seaming and trimming machines alono will amount to $30,000. Similar rovnlltlos must bo paid by tho knitting mills of tho other towns nnd cities in the Mohawk Valloy as well as of Massachusetts, Now Hampshire, Pennsylvania and all other sections of tlio country. Tho matter is not a local one, therefore, but affects tho wholo hosiery and knit goods interest of tho United States. It was statod that a similar association which wns formed some timoajro by the hosiory rannufacturens in Philadelphia had already saved its mombcrs $200,000 In royalties; and that tho Wilcox & Gibbs Company had not dared to bring a suit against any member of that Association. A manufacturer said: "Tho patent upon wiich tho Wilcox & Gibbs company are trying to fight off other trimmers is a reissue of what is known as tho Shorcy patent. This rclssuo wns granted long after tho original patent, because tho latter was not considered broad enough. The courts haTO just decided in the famous barb-wire case that such n reissuo of a pa tent is invalid. ANOTHER SERIOUS QUESTION. Another matter whioh oocurrcd just pre vious to tho mooting is of general importance to all users of machinery. It appears that a numbor of parties have lotely been making a sowing-machine of the eime shape and appearance as the old Wilcox & Gibbs maohino upon which tho patents have expired. Tho patents having expired, it was supposed the manufacture of tho machine was open to tho publlo, but tho W. & G. company have obtained an opinion of a New York City Court to tho offect that sewing machines made in the shape of thoirs appoar to be infringements of their trade-mark rights. Armed with this opinion, temporary injunctions were obtained and served on several machinery men at the meeting on Monday, to restrain thorn from manufacturing or offoring for salo sowing machines not made by tho Wilcox & Gibbs company, but having tho appearance of their machinos. This action, of course, had no reference to tho trimmer nnd 'seamcr questions, but is believed to havo boon takon by the W. & G. Company at that timo to give the manufacturers who were then about to assemble a proper rcspoct for the fighting qualities 1 of the company. The granting of these injunctions is thought to have oponcd up a very serious quostion, viz : Can a patentee hold a monopoly of on Invention for seventeen years by moans of a patent, and then contlnuo the samo monopoly perpotually under tho guise of a trade-mark ? LIBERTY OP THE PBESS. ft. rower RcMnoiiaible Only to tb Mornl Neuno or tho l'uoplc. New York. Juno 20. -The rural editors f tho State of Now York gathered tho Hlicr day In holiday convention in tho One of tho features of tho was an address on " Tho Liberty of tho Press," dollvorcd by Hon. Chauncey M. Depow, from which ono or two oxtracts may profitably bo mado. Mr. Dopow said : " A llttlo moro than a quarter of a century ago began tho real liberty of the press. Now, thepross is an educator in ivory branch of human thought and activity. It opons all tho doors of tho mind, ind enters for . good or 11L It has unrestricted admission to tho bouse and unrivalled influence in tho family. It exorcises, and in a senso fills the funotions of preacher and teacher, of oonsor and crltio, of thinking nd voting for its readers. Napoleon said that four newspapers wore more dangerous than a hundred thousand soldiers, nud he thought his conquests unstnblo until he bad subdued the press of Europe and It to take its opinions from tho whioh he edited himself." " The press is the mirror of tho dally life f the world, but it performs the very highest duty in selecting what it shall roflect. Tho nowspapor is road by tho boy beforo ho begins tho study of his morning's lesson, and it is his companion alter ne returns from school. It is besido our daughter In her boudoir and her bedroom. It drops Into those young lives facts, thoughts, and impressions whioh boar sweet or bitter fruit in after yoars. You and I havo known tho wholo moral nature of youth soiled and spoiled by this unguarded and ungunrdablo communion. It Fs often said that thero is enormous profit in ministering to tho depraved and dobascd elements in human naturo, and that the papers which refrain throw away fortunes. do not bcliovo it, if tho papor hns coino to stay. Without tho family support no nowspapor can survive, and that journal will havo the longest life, the largest profits, and tho greatest Inlluence whioh, as far as possible, admits to Its columns only Biioh mutter as Its editor would freoly narrate at his own table. It is said that whenovor two Russians are together one of thoin is a Government spy, and tho opinions of ovcry individual, no matter where uttcrod, aro part of tho records of tho scorot pollco. In our higher civilization and perfect freodom tho Third Section ' ha3 no existence, but tho press performs its functions and shares its secrets with all tho world. A sonse of security in absolute publicity is an underlying force In all free govornmonts, and there Is great good in our refinement of principle whioh compels men whose position is official or semi-public in relation to their fellows to frequent accountability. While docilo and tractablo, bo as to be easily swayed or led within certain legitimate boundaries, yet publlo opinion is always tho master Tho nowspapor is strongest which best reflects it. In moulding nnd forming tho views of tho community as to men or measures, tho nowspapor wields a mighty influence, but tho most powerful organ can not run counter to tho bcliofs or moral sense of its constituency." AT SEA IN A BALLOON. lctalln oT tlio Voynsro or M. IUoste Across tlio KngliMh Channel. A correspondent of the London Tolograph sends tho "following from Brussols: " M. L'Hosto, a young man of engaging man new, I found to-day looking very pale and fatlguod from the perils to which ho had so recently been oxposcd. Ho is suffering mo3t from gidd'ness, but hopes that a day's rest will set him up a ain. As soon as his health shall bo unite rdstorcd, ho assured mo with much earnestness ho will make another attempt tocros the Channel, and expressed himself confident of ultimate silccoss. M. L'llostc said that after various preliminary trips last week, in company with his friend M. Elroy, ho determined to make the attempt to reaoh England on Friday evening, having a predilection for night trips. When tho timo for starting approached, however, his companion thought the weathor looked too threatening for aerial nnvigntion, and energetically endoavorod to disuude him from his puipose, but without Fwecss. Kven Elroy's refusal to encourage his oashnuss by aocompanying him had no offoot upon his obstinate resolution to make the trip. Accordingly at midnight on Friday tho balloon cast off and lapidly ascended. " He must havo travolled quickly, for he soon found himsolf over the sea, off the coast of Belgium. Far up among tlio olouds he found a terriblo difference In the weathor, for, almost without warning ho 'sailed into a violont storm wave. Hero the boating of tho rain, tho licavy gusts of wind and tiio Kua rovo Derations oi tno tuunuer put tho stability of the balloou to a fearful and unforacen test. Tho wholo fabric was convulsed with continuous vibrations and tossed and pitched in a manner which mado It difficult for tho giddy and benumbed icrauaut to koop his hold on tho car. However, with some difficulty, ho managed to open the valve and doscendod at noon on Saturday to within, as far as ho could calculate, eight hundred motrcs of tho sea. Unfortunately, in the lowor strata thoro prevailed a thick fog, which mado It impossible for him to ascertain his exact whereabouts. Ho made anothor ascent in hopes of finding the olemonts more pro- but the storm was still raging up fiitious, clouds, and ho thorofore considered it prudent to keep nearer the soa. As the afternoon wore on bo noticod with alarm that tho gas In his balloon was decreasing, and ho began to realize his peril. " At four o'clock tho ropes dangling from tlio car touohed the sea, and he know that tho erltioal timo had come. The wholo of his ballast, of which tho car could hold but a comparatively limited supply, had by this time become oompotely exhausted. He at once throw out, one after another, instruments, cases and indood every movable artiolo In the car. Dut the balloon responded languidly, ond In a very few minutes tho car itsolf touched the water, and tho soa broke furiously almost ovory minute oloan over tho car, drenching its unhappy oooupant to the skin. Tho ropes and lines too were dashed about in a manner, and theso combined horrors had almost mado M, L'Hosto dospair, when he caught sight of tho sails of a fishing lugger, whioh turnod out to be tho Noemi. The captain of tho Noorai almost simultaneously caught sight of tho baloon, which ho for sometimo took to bo a ship on firo, and manoouvrod round and round accordingly. When, however, ho ascertained what tho strange craft roally was, he at ones launched a boat and with immense difficulty reaoued the roronaut from a fato whioh, but for his timely appoarancn.would not long have beon delayed. L'Hoste found ho had boen resoued within ton mllos of the English coast. He and tho balloon, which had buret, wore taken aboard the Noemi and landed at Antwerp shortly after midnight. L'Hoste is full of gratitude ti the captain of tho Noemi." NO MORE SUNSTROKE. An Ingenious Yankee Solves the Diffioult Problem. mow to nob Kin? Sol of HI Iu llent A Nonrnv tlon unit Vrobablo Itovolutlon in HcmMactir. Boston, June 25. Tho nearest npproach to perfection in a covering for tho human head has hitherto been fodnd in the so-called " Tourist'B hat," In tho top of whioh a thin Hhcct of cork is placed, it being a well-known non-conductor of heat. for vcutilatlon are olso loft around tho band of tho hat, and whllo apparently a sensible idea, tho dovico has proved cumbersome and unsatisfactory, Invariably looking ooolor than it is. Whllo the tourist hns bacn trying fust one stylo and then another, tho avorage pedestrian has adopted a Hcoic of expodicuts with llttlo or ic success. Tho most common, nud, by the way, leust satisfactory, has been a handful of grcou loavos or a bunch of grass plac;d in tho top of tho hat. Though cool when first plucked, the egc table mntter scon absorbs not only tho sun's heat, but that of tho bead, and not only Is tho heat intensified, but the little ventilation that bofote existed is now entirely cut off. A wet napkin or kerchief hae been thought by some to bo to tho popular ; but brief experience always results in discarding such appliances unless thoy can be frequently moistened with cool water, and ucn then the rapid transition from heat to cold Is apt to bo productlvo of ill results, tho top of tho head being oxtromcly sensitive, and as o.islly affected by a Biiddcn chill as by a too violent heat. While tho dress silk hat, or beaver, ae it is commonly called, Is genorally consldoied warmer thun tho siiuimor straw, the fact is that the liability to sunstroke is as 100 to 1 in favor of the latter, for the reason that the orown being lower the direct rays approach so near tho top of the head as to render almost futile any interposing substance. As remarked, cork and pith are tho only acknowledge shiolds yot applied to hat tips, as the uppor hat linings aro technically termed, and theso substances arc too exponsivo as well as too bulky for general uso. A Boston man has discovered that mica, known to scienco as muscovitc, and commonly called Isinglass, posscssos properties whioh so nearly roaders it impervious to heat as to place it far in advanco of ovory other known material whioh has ever been used for such a puipose. Tho mothod Is adopted of placing In the orown of the hat a shoot of mica from three to six inches in diameter and variously shaped nccording to the fancy of tho maunl'acturor, or tho form and style of tbo trademark over which it forms a transparent shield. It can readily bo soen that tlio mica serves throo very important and appreciable uses, as it protects silk lining from con-taut with pomade (and ponpiratioti, if no cosmetvque is used), protects tho ornamental tradomark from disfiguration, and servos as a pruvcntlvo ugniust sunstroke. Arrangements oro already concluded by which these tip will bo placed in half a million straw hats duriug tho coming neonon, which can be applied at a slightly iucreasod coat. Tho ditlicultles In tho way of perfectly voutilatlng hats havo been so numerous and t marked tlmt hatters as a rule havo oeased making any considerable effort in this direction; and the majority of stiff hots now put upon the market havo no ventilation whatever, and bald heads aro becoming moro and moro nuiuoious. By tho application of tills the eyelets which hold the mica tips in plaoe also serve as vents through which the air freely passes. FORTY-SEVEN LIVES LOST. London, June 20. Intelligence of a frightful calamity at a plooo of amnsomeut in Dorvio, on tho shore of Lako Como, is just received. While a porformanco was in progress at a puppet theater the structure took fire nnd was cntiroly destroyed. lives were lost,, and twolvo ochcrs were injurod. Tho shoy was In-a largo hall over tho tavern. There were ninety persons in tho hall. A Bengal light vm used to represent fire, and sparks from this set firo to a quantity of straw and in an ad jacent room. On perceiving the flames the showman shouted M Fire f'ljut tho spectators Uiought tbo ory was moroly a realistic dotail of the show, and remained seatod. Cries of "Firol" were soon ralsod outside tbo hall, and the audience, thinking on affray bad arisen in the stroet, barred with a heavy tablo tho door loading from tho hall and they did not discover their inistako until tho flames burst in the room. After tho firo was extinguished charred corpses- woro found noar tho tablo, including tho bodies of tho showman and his wifo. A large portion of tbo bodies aro women and children. The wounded wero hurt by leaping through tho windows, A child was flung out of a window by its mothor and fell upon a pllo of straw. This is tho only one of tho spectators present in tho hall not hurt. Dragged Uudor by a Wlinle. Frovincetown, Juno 26. Advices from Captain Dunham, of tho whaling sohooner Ellon Ulzpah of this port, state that whllo 7on o whaling voyage the mate, Mr. Dunham and a boat's orow, with tho oxooptlon of ono colored mau, woro lost. The captain nnd mate both Btruck a whalo at tho same time, and tho mate's lino becoming foulod, his boat was dragged under and novor scon aftorward. Beforo thoy could be reaohod all had periah'ed but tho colored man. Mr. Dunham was a brother of tho captain, and leaves a family. Tho numbor of mon lost ia not stated, but is probably bIx to eight CHICAGO'S GIRL BARBERS. How It Foela to Hnvo the I'rotty Ml trcKM or tlwt llar.or (Slop Into One's Month A Match for the Loquacity or tho Male TowtoriMl A rtiftt If o Charge for Hlood. Chicago, Juno 25. Tho idea of fomalo barbers is somothlng new and nool in Chicago, nnd thore is only ono shop in tho city whero the communicative masculine has boon superseded by tho equally feminine. The plnco is ou tho west side, nnd since its establishment, about throo wcoks ago, it has done a tremendous business, and attracted so many customers from adjacent shops that tho proprietors of tho latter are growing wild with envy. Tlio shop is on tho second floor of n two-story framo building, uud a sign is conspicuously posted down below, which reads: " Shaving by Lady Barbers, 5 Conts." SIX LADY BARBERS EMPLOYED. Pooplo can road it from tho and it has attracted a great deal of attention. It caught tho eyo of tho roportor and in order to see what sort of stmvcrs women make, and how thoy act as barbers, ho ollmed up tho flight of stairs leading to tho shop and found himself in a room with ovory sign of a large and active tonsorlal trado. Thoro were seven chairs in the apartment, and all woro occupied by customors having their hair cut or gottlng shavod. Of tho seven, four were manipulated by fomalos and the rest by men, which was not altogethor according to the sign. Besides tbo mon who wero in the chairs, thoro woro a dozen or moro sitting around tho room waiting their turn. Tho ladies wore not at all bad looking, and thoro was one, indcod, who was particularly pretty. Iter sleeves wero rolled up above tho olbow so that they should not with hor work, exposing a pair of dimpled elbows. Her hands were whlto and clean, and alio soemod to bo skillful in tho uso of tho razor, as olio drow it rapidly up and down hor customer's faoo nnd dexterously whottod it on tlio strap. Her fominlne co-laborers woro equally quick in tholr movomonts, and thoy also soomed to be familiar with the business, but the girl in brown was the ono which tho casual visitor always promised himself tho novolty of bolng shaved by. It wai noticed that tho mon lingered longer ii their chairs after thoy had boon shaved than men usually linger, and that thoy found in nearly overy case a place where tho razor had not altogether performed lt3 functions. Each man invariably called the lady harbor's attention to it, and that necessitated tho lattor's running her hands over the faco and under the chin of the customor. A groat many young fellows come to this shop who have nothing but down on thcii clicoks. That reminds mo of a joko ono of the girls porpetrotod ono day. A young man wtth tight trousors and one eye-glass came in about a weok ago with a stockyards dudo. Ho looked around leisurely for a minute or s ami then said to his friend : " Beastly bad, John, you know, to come hcah, but it will bo quite jolly to say you have been shaved by a girl." Annie, who shaves in tho next chair, is a very girl, and tho young swell took off his coat and stretched himsolf out in hor chair. " I say, Mary." ho said, " how d you sliavo, you know; up or down?" Annie winked at mo and thon lookod carefully at his face n minute, and then said : " Wo usually shave up, sir, but in this cn.se I guess I'll havo to above down," and sho put so much stress upon tho' last word that the other young swell burst out laughing, and overy body in the shop laugliod, and the swell in tho ohalr lookod so silly you would havo thought somebody had sat down on him. " Next." A MlHuniblo Brut. Cincinnati, Juno 20. A tragedy which in all probability will result fatally was enacted this morning about 8 at No. 0 Race rtreet The building is a tenoment, and 1b ocoupled by thrco families. Barclay Connolly and family occupy two rooms on tho first floor. Connolly came home this morning, after being out all night drinking and carousing with some companions. He rapped on tho door and oallcd his wifo. The door not yielding as soon as he thought it should, he burst it open with an ax. As soon as he entered h met his wife in tho hall, on her way to open tho door. With an oath, he struck hor a blow on the hood. With a piercing scream the unfortunate wife reeled and fell to tho floor with a stream of blood oozing from her bead. The would-be murderer is the bars. X Sorer xletlftod Thnn CoustrIonal Enactment. Helena, Mont., June 20. A Missouri speoial says: At 0:80 p. m. Saturday a Northern Pacific gravel train with about one hundred Chinamon on board ran into a wood train at Heron Siding, instantly killing eighteen Chinamen and wounding twenty-five others. The engineer of the gravel train was killed, and the fireman badly hurt. Nobody on tho wood train was Injured. Moro Hattn Airnlnat tho Dig llrldgo. New York, Juno 20. Ten more suits against the trustees of tho New York and Brooklyn Brldgo havo been begun. Mrs. Oco. W. Smith of 432 East Eighty-sixth stroot demands 55,000 for the death of her husband. Sho has four young childron. Nino other plaintiffs nro represented. Tho Buits aro brought in tho Now York Marino Court and tho Buprome Court, and the damagos domanded ruu from 52,000 to 000. i- l'rlirYers' Troubles la Chicago. CmoAoa, Juno 23. The union compositors on the dally papois of this city havo voted by a baro majority to exact forty-five cents per 1,000 ems for type sotting on morning and forty oents on afternoon naners after July 2. They are now paid forty and conts respectively. Tho publishers of tho Tribune, Daily News and Journal decline to aooedt to this domsnd, but propose to offer tha abandoned situations to now mon. FOUND, A BACK-BONE For the Scott Law, Whioh Is Constitutional! General Intercut In tliw llCHMIIIO of Law. Cincinnati, Juno 26. During the forenoon dUpatches reached this city announcing that tho Suprome Court hod decided that tho Scott Liquor Law was constitutional. Tho interest attaching to this decision manifested itself 011 all sides, and editions of tlio afternoon papers wero printed and sold in largo numbers. The law provides that all beer and wine saloons shall pay $100 tnx each year. Those selling whisky nnd othor spirituo.'s liquors iu nddition are tnxod 2U. Tho law was drawn up by Dr. Scott, of Lebanon, and enacted by the Into General Assembly. The test suit wis brought by the State this year against tlio Auditor of Athens county, to compel compliance with tho preliminary provisions of the law. Thy case was brought before tlio Suproino Court by Attorney Gonornl assisted by Judgo West. Qcorgo Hoadly, Dcniocrntlc nominco for Govornor, J. W. Warrinijton and 12. W. Kittrodgo wero for tho detenso. Following aro tho principal points in tho law: Unpaid assessments and penalties thereon, will attach as a lien on the real property, so that tho landlord is responsible lor their payment. Any saloonlst who commences business on property not owned by himsolf, or without tho written consent of tho owner, is liable to be tinod 525 to 100, or imprisoned ten days, or both, each day's to bo an additional offcuso. Saloonlats who return their business as dealers in malt or vinous liquors, and who shall soil intoxicating liquors, shall havo $250 added to their U'5 assessment, and if any of those increased assessments aro not paid when duo tho penalty shall bo 20 por cent added. The revenues and fines from his law are to be distributed as follows: One-fourth to tho poor fund of tho county; tho remaining throe-fourths equally between tho police and genoral funds ; and where corporations havo no pollco fund, tho three-fourths shall bo placed in tho genoral fund. Any person who soils Intoxicating liquors to minors or drunkards shall bo fined from $25 to $100, or imprisoned ten to thirty days, or both. Tho dead letter law which forbids the selling of intoxicating liquors to be drank on tlio premises is repealed. . II o Mut Linger. Columbus, June 20. The Supreme Court to-day refnsed leave to file a petition in error for a new trial in the Lou Houk case, thereby sustaining tho judgment of the Delaware Court of Commou Pleas in ths sente.vce of sixteen years in tlio Ohio Pani teutiary, which he is now serving out. FOREIGN NEWS. EGYPT. London, June 20. Advices from Egypt stato that forty-two deaths from cholera occurred at Dam lot ta yesterday. Although a sanitary cordon lias been established, and railway communication with tho city suspended, tho disease is ovidently spreading, as two casos woro also reported from Miinsurah, wklch is thirty-four miles distant. AFRICA. London, Juno 20. Intelligence is received from Sierra Leono that recent British operations against Chlof Gbpowo wore attended with great atrocities. Tho native allies butchered and mutilated all tho male prisoners. These allies lost over 100 mon during the attaok upon t'le main fort, which was captured. Eighty-Uvo of the enemy were killed by a single shell. RUSSIA. St. Pbteusduho, June 20. An immense firo is still raging in tho warehouses at Gutujusky Island, at the mouth of the Nova river, and is apparently far beyond the control of the firemen. It can only burn itself out, and tbo oxtont of the loss can not be predicted. The llainos havo spread to the shipping, and sovoral vessols aro on fire. Tho flames wore still raging at 5 o'clock this morning. Tho loss at present is from 1,000,000 to 2,000,000 roubles. Tho origin of the firo Is credited by many to the Nihilists, although itlis not yet certainly known. ENGLAND. London, Juno 20. Mr. Horaco White, Mr. Shearman and other woll known Americans identified with free trado interests, have accepted invitations to tho annual dinner of theCobdcn Club on Saturday night. .. London, Juno 20. Norman, tho who was tendorod his froodom yesterday, has elected to remain in prison until the authorities aro prepared to sond him abroad. GERMANY. Hanover, Juno 20. Tho illnoss of Prince Blsmarok is so serious how bad no ono knows as to cause froo speculation as to hia suoolhsor. Many nomes'are mentioned, but tho presence of Horr Von Bcnningor loads ts the belief that tho succession would fall to him in tho event of tho Chancellor's death. IRELAND. Dudlin, June 20, The report of tho conflict at Carrogh between tho police, tho Mayo militia and the English regulars is confirmed. It hi r llkoly sovoral of tho woundod will dio. Only five Boldlcrs were killed outright. Tna Gorman govonimont will not pormlt men belonging to its navy to take to China ths lronola4 xeoently Uunohsd ak Btettin. , 'tumj .v - ".