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THE WILMINGTON DAILY REPUBLICAN.
» PRICE ONE CENT. PRICE ONE CENT. WILMINGTON, DELAWARE, MONDAY, APRIL 25, 1892. CHINESE EXCLUSION. , ; ' The Vote in the Sonate May Not x be Taken Till Tuesday. THE NEXT WEEK IN THE HOUSE. The District of Columbia, the S dry Civil Appropriation, and Consular and Diplomatic Appro priât i< Regular Order. I bo Bills to be Considered in orniug busi -'hole of today by . . , ., „ , . , anent only provides for closing the gen eral debate at 4 p. in., and still leaves Itlie pending measure open to amend- , jmenta. the «nul vote may not be take., j (before tomorrow. Judgmg from the •debate ns far as it has progressed there is no probability of the Geary house bill (passing tho senate as amended. Some Rerbal changes have been offered with a ' . toiew of improving the text, but the to •amendment wliich luus received the | ' el rongest support in discussion, and , ■which seems to be unanimously con [tended for by the senate coiumitteo on : iforeign relations, wipes the Geary bill ,entirely out of existence dusion the as already passed the Washington, April 25.—Chinese re 4»ricti occupy the senuto after •»ess during the w •unanimous consent, und Chinese total exclus i , will on, this a; 1 substitutes "asuro which mate contin uing existing restriction laws for a ®K-nod of ten years. After this g>osed of there if relati total utter shall have been dis joint ioi to the suspended aj >i two or three million dollars for the •Choctaw and Chickasaw Indian lands, 1 [held up by the president and secretary : of the interior because of alleged excea sive claim agents' f«*(*s exact«*«!. This is liable t«> evoke discussion, but littlo else. fttr. Kyle lifts given notice of an inb*n tion to «.'oil up u joint resolution coniid luig to the commissioner of lalxir a not (very clearly defined investigation "rela tive to slums of cities." This neces sarily involves and appropriation now at the disposal of Iho labor commissioner, and may be op posed. The solitary appropriation bill »waiting the senate's action is the army ! (bill which will be called up by Mr. ; Etc wait. The naval bill has just been referred to the committee , and will not hi r 'here aie 280 bills posed calendar liable to bo ttc'ion under the tiv> QCJiirty-three of thes to c »priatii i.i . .f •reuse of the force approp ■ady this week tho senate Ik lied up for imites, rule, have already the house, mostly consisting of private pension bills, which, when tho senate is in business trim, through at the rate of one minutes. There s S bo put rv two »lief bills an«l twenty-eight special pension bills lira list. Many of tho other measures lb»* calendar will cans likely to 1»«* either "passed « pri'judico" or tnkeu out of tho five min ute list. ■ tu the house, Monday will be devoted |o matter Columbia nnlw furty-h-i.' lehat« and without dating to tlie District of Representative Hoi- ; ■nan, who is away, returns an« ©Lizes «listrict day by calling up Ute sundry civil appropriation bill. Tues day is the day which Mas been fixed for iti.i* consideration of that I r '.'ho remainder of the week will prob al iy be devoted to ixmsiderati« > consular and diplomatic appropriai i« ibill. In the event of that Ing disjKJsed of bef< ci it i«m «»f the post office appropriation fei'l will follow. ' lie sub-committee of the house com ■i iteo on ugrii'ulturo has about com pleted the ii uriiult ural appropriation bill, »ml it may be presented to tho full com mittee on Wednesday next, and probably ; reported to the house on the same day. t lie lav Sat Minor Revolts ii Brn/.ll. Rio Janeiro, April 25.—The anni ? of Brazilian fraternity on May be ceh'hmted by an amnesty to From Artigna comes ;<*«1 in an government. Bar d governor of revolutionary limurgetit troojw are massing at n. Confirmation has reached lhis •city of tlu* defeat by the government V ï I a ill ïK'liti'-ai olfeude word Üü that BarroH t Intrigue against th H-to Leite lias been QRio Grande do Sul by tho B!?5 1er Colone troops of revolt«?!*» T UKMouNT, W . V n , April Tlirne ■neu were killed in a drunken row. tfiiree days ago three tramps, who had kidnaped two boys from Kaginaw, Idieh., came to Fair mount anil camped »ear town, keeping Ilia boys in coniine Brent. The gmar was joined by a man bosa. As si Wore many deserters from Barbosa's ranks. the fight beg: there Three Mei Killed in a Row. named Tracy, of Dunbar, Pa. A usas started ft»d the gang tinned their istola filed, anot her. triunp was shot through tho Tracy \ IX ■ft idmA r ' und another had his jugular Vein dr Jhe boys gave the alarm. ed in null Gate. j*kw York, April 25.—A small sail (boat containing six boys was capsized iu Little Hell Gate channel yesterday by ■Hiking »gainst a am,ken rouk an.l its ©cvnpanta were thrown into tho water. l*'i\e of the boys saved their lives I.y clinging to the keel ol their boat, frum UMiich position tlior were eventually rescued, but tho sixth boy, Harry Storer, E ttemptod to swim ashore and was rowued. Enforcing the Excise Law. . New York, April 25.—The greatest ■lumber cf arrests for violation of the ex •ci.-e law in this city for many years was [made yesterday. One hundred [twenty prisonore were taken. Sal«»« »bout the city were open to atrona kuown to the projirictors «ff the lacoe, but strangers found it difficult to xocure a drink. a h of the One of Gultcau's Cou Baltwork, April 25. — Charles H. eod, who gainou wide notoriety ob us i5taut counsel to George Soo ville, de endiug oounsol for Guiteau, President Jarfiela's assassin, is d«*o«l *1 Dead. He lmd lived iu Baltimore five years, whore ho married Mias F ttnnie Daniels, the daugh tig of a weulthy brewer. _ ! A MADMAN'S CRIMES. Fearfully Butchered Hie Wife and Then Drowned His Children. ■ St. Peterkburo, April 25.—The choir , master of a private chapel in Petorliof ; parish, sixteen miles west of this city, , ' suddenly went crazy at his house. His in bed and he was preparing for bed when he was stricken. Ho got ax from the woodshed and chopped liis wife into wife Wî the bed, gathered the pioees in pans and emptied ; them into the stovo. all pieces Ilia throe children, of 8, 10 and 12 , who slept in the next room, awoke and screamed for help. The choir master bound and gagged them, dragged them to the river at the foot of . hLyilace Neighbors who had beim roused by the children's screams and had ran to the river, but, too late to save their lives, tried to catch tlu* father, but he eluded , them and plunged into the water. Ho j ÏÏÙmÛ early yesterday morning and tried to force an entrance that they tho prisoner, but they w by watchmen. . ' . The choir master s insanity is thought to bo due to Ins fanatical zeal in church | ' vor *f an '* prolonged fasting. Re , ce, dly, after living teu days on bread and water, lie showed si : dowi and told ms wffe . muted the unpardonable sin. d drowned them. ight lynch ,'cre driven off I Calcutta, April 25.—A very virulent uera is raging in Benares. very gn at. Yesterday »ported 1§0 now cases anil 195deaths from the disease. Dr. Gregg, the sanitary commissioner for Bengal, recently issued a report upon an out break of cholera that occurred at Seram a few miles northwest of this city. the whole of the affected area ho found that tanks of various shapes, sizes j and depths lmd l>e«*n dug, aud that all •ater. Low, foul ; •Ils sur- 1 »f I of breaking he liatl com that Vii lient Cholei ii Benares. epidemic «»r ch« The mortality i 1 : (>\ contnin. d very dirty jungl« ! ; tl.er *«*king with bad rounded these tanks, tin* surfaces c which were almost eomph tely hidile with tlii«*k decaying water plants, with here ami there a clear place, where the inhabitants wash their cooking utensils and draw water for domestic purposes. Attempt to Burn a Church. Plainfield, N. J., April a servant in the empl< for. I Wlmrton, of Crescent a ilesperat«* attenint to set tin* t o the <Tes«*« nt Avenue lS*esbyt«*rian «*hurch at 8 o'clock hist evening while 800 port» .—Mario of Clif Mahon, were attending!) 'ices. The woman, nt to who is about 30 the church bar« headed and « jurying a oil. She sprinkled tho tho floor of tho vestibule and steps loading to the gallery, and with a lighted mnt«*b set. fir«* to the oil. As rail up the <*«*nt«*r aisle during anil «1« *:nanded to see Rev. W. R. Rich ards, the pastor. Great excitement pro vnilinl in the church, the woman being promptly arrested and the flames extin guished with difficulty. a «»f age, of kerose ntents of tlio a the oil had ignite«! she j »raver ; A IiOng S«*nr«îli Rewarded. Beatrice, Neb., April 25. —The Over street family trouble, which began in Kansas eight years ago, is ended. Overstreet, T. J. irchant of this city, formerly lived in Kansas. Eight years ago his wife run an, taking with her th«*i then aged 8 years search fail«*«! to 1 « of the fugitives. A few days ago, through a friend, ho located the dovh caste ; Bodies of the Miners Rescued, ray with a railroad twin boys, t systematic ,vln*reab«*nts The «•al the soul ll Kansas. ll«t teh*gl*uphed tickets to a friiîiiil th e, and Saturday tho boys arrived h Mineusvillk, Pu., April 25. — Tho bodies of th«? ton miners who were tho Lytle Colli«*ry w Saturday*wh«*n all tho water pumped from tho gloomy shaft, body reached, that of John H. ras round in t Or« 1 i had beer The first Zerley, a discovered shortly after om*r had mine to witness the proce. the remains. Kxplorati« at workings fr« be«*n pumped, and fr« d car, and it w . Th** outh of the of rescuing in the old •hich tho water had jury at tho ■hii h tin. shod, were greatly hindered by black damp. Pmsm iin, April 35.—Mm. Ji«.ph EUiot, wife of a prominent resilient of Sliire Oaks, near MoKe, sport, ilie.1 in great agony from the ell, i ts of a dose of carbolic acid administered by her pliv sh inn. Dr. Frank MeOrew. in mistake for ergot. The ph error almost iiniuediateiv, lint it late to save the lady's life and she died a f uw hours later. A Physician's F il Mistake. discovered his A Brakema Shot. IX Mount Carmel, Pa. .April 25.— Chari« Kuhn, a Lehigh Yal railroad bral ,.*as fatally shot by Louis Steelv Kulm was riding liis hand t«> Steely, wl ei«h? of tho railroad. d fired a load <)f shot into Kuhn's •« stud on Mount C: his trai stood by th«? Steely raised hi i fZi the luouu iu by ^ „ , its a « or *® "• Co, '' Asbcily Pakk, April --l.— George II. I.y Cole, tor many yen» superintendent of Bradley's bathing houses, died vester day, aged .>0. He gamed considérai do publicity mr tho strictness with which ne carried out the edict regulating bath ii»« suits lust year. The deceased leaves a widow and tin tain an«l brought • 1 . children. ex the to A Pauper Millionaire Jacksonyii.i.u, Ills., April 21 —John * timo been an inmate of tho Scott County poorlious«», has fallen heir to an English estate a million pounds. Savage is over 70 years of age and has a large family. Sav o. who hi for so a the valued at H. us de Going West to Fight Indians. Pottstown, Pa., April 25.—George Hamilton. Lewis McFalake iam Britton, three runaway boys of «»ted he . They d Will 1 lmd Binlsbor«», ? ho back to their ho ing tln ir way to Philadelphia, j^rior to settling in the west. sont ak ! BASE INGRATITUDE ■ ■ Charged Against an Indiana Ez Congressman. j HE DENIES THE ALLEGATION. , Mrs. Jessie Benton Fremont Holds Coburn Hespoi to Regain Hi fui San Ii ; Able for Her cisco llome Jolu Fuili of the Be; steud. NkW Vi Bent < , April 25.—Mrs. Jessie ridow of General Fremont, John C. Fremont, wrote a story for tho last issue of Jennie June's magazine, tho H< discussion. Maker, that has caused much She calls it "A Home Found and Lost," and directly charges ox-Cougressman John Coburn, of Indi ana, with being responsible for her fail lir«* to get back her homo in San Fr the government. According to her story she went with tho general to San Francisco eight yean after their marriage, ami picked out ideal sjh it for a h« the oxtre cisco fr« , . • _. „ c thirteen .. . . yftof Han Joso »"■•k Point, winch j„U out into the ; cim.mcl „cur the entrannt to the 1,arbor. ; The (çeneral bon^lit the property for JI2.(KM) in (,'ohl from Murk Bnuuntten, a | I ban 1'raiK'iseo hanker, und had the«lee«ls ado out in his wife's name. Mrs. Fre- j ont gives a picturesque description of , the home they made there Then came the civil war, and General j Fremont, who had voluntrered, wrote her to join him with the children in New ' York. She beard soon after her arrival that the government lmd Liken her In » "for military purposes,'' but Si of War Stanton assured the gene the occupât!« would be satisfactorily j tin* war General and Mrs. Fremont tried to get their property back. but in v ; To«lav tho commander of the departm«*nt 1 lias tfio homestead for »f I The locality is now known as Golden Gate park, and the droperty is very val uable. The st< ma«le application to congress for ledi Twice tho bill passed the seuato to store me my property. When tin* bill reached the house tho last time it, was stopped by a single objection. The ob jector refused to give any reason qxisition to what was othorw a large majority, despite the st ranees of his friends. He was a Mr. Coburn, of Indiana, a Rcpubli had asked and obtain«*«! Mr. Fremont's al aid for his re-elect i n doubtful othe burn was proof even against tho tea a young girl whose father w tho verdict that would leave poverty or restore him to fortune. The father contraeteil in obstinate, . it w aeret rotary | il that 1 'as only t«* ymp-.mry, ami s«*t t led. After !. "Twi VO ! his ^ ! ! persona iia«l bee . which a . Mr. Cih i of . -ailing , «} him in i j •as suffering from w« ds 1 Mr. Coburn's ; •xpluined objection killed the war, him. 1 trust that •h c«»l«l *n oi»al)loof burn. * Mr. Co ,1 ss in the efforts my lost h< making this winter to Mr. Coburn's Denial. in This article came to ex-< '< Coburn's attention last s«*nt a letter of general denial t«> Tho Homemaker, for much publicity 's story. rressman k. 1 ho J. ,'hich he demands i to Mrs. The reply will appear of the give in the J tho following synopsis of it hi given out for publication: dm*, but bcuu He says that Mrs. Fremont lias at tackod him entirely without prov« tit >n, and that she has given j ll •lit of facts. lb* quotes fr« The state Congressit al Record to show that Mrs. Fre mt's bill c • before In us a «*mb«*r of tlie lions« unmittee on military affairs, l that «. Jan. 11, p it H. he r<*a«l the r« port . Th coinmiitce i it before tho ■«•stigated tho lions matter th« 1 gaveo to be hamle«l elusion to the li able « lai ghly. had open h« ivtunity f«»r all testi . It à "that th«* claimants have 1 at for pay for impr lands upon which they w squatters." The house e report without one dissenting vote. Next year, late in tin* evening of March fl, a similar bill, passed by tho ■;is handed to the house. Mr. ny to th«? cou o title equit 'lltS ost havo «1 •«■«I in this s«*nat«\ Holm: pa-sag«* liesause it luul in»t been given to •committee, and Mr. Neglov, of l»,..,nsvlvaniii. ol..i.-< ti-.l ax it Imil " ltri' of viou-ly Wn .'xamincl in the house. Mr. Cot of a , of Indiana, ohj tc«l to it «1 r«*j«*ctcd by on the other hand, proposed a subslitute providing that improvements on the land 1»* paid th«* extent of $10,hot). But tlie 'fused to pay anything and the « droppo«!. ••I had nothing to «1«» with the «l«*ath of his bill th«* invalid father—in fact. 1 tin* a •«•ping girl." ays Mr. Coburn, •cut of "s**lf i jury to Mrs. 1 ont. L debti «lin any political help—in fact, the aid is on tho And anyhow 1 do not bc live that political debts should be pai«l from the public treasury. If not only a ;av t<? Mr. uni for other sid«*. th«? i political creditor is to l>opaid, but i ad «itnm u gang of 1ns wniattor l'rieiids : to Ik* subsidized out of the public then let •I have II. of but . n ,, asso d i do — I * b.* >t. i •n at Washington » •** U •hides an i'o burn, "and if the bill is such popub * I fail to sf*e why it shouM tin* lib«it s«*v«*ntee Tho C'li.de Near Pi ids. Paris, April -Considerable nn.xi et y lu « »ut break of ch« «leru. A nut «if ing at Putneaux, a village s«?v<*n miles west «.f Paris, has b«*en admitt«*«l to tho Bemijon hospital, wtrto the «loctors * the disease from suffering to be cholera. Three other Neuilly iuid Courbevoie, l»oth few miles fr« mlmitti*«l to the same dis an hi* li he i hich e only ■re subsequently the hospital suffering fr« ease. of Une of the •ii has dieil. of l-'liv at Asbury Park. Akbuuy P. k, 2 \i»rfi 25. —Fire vest« v stroved George Wed- iV CiMikiuan a Th«* stock, vhich is a total loss, wa Valued at $4. '00; insured for $2,500. Tia building was lamagcd W tile extent ol . $50U; fully in -ircd. day atterno« atutmnery si i to ak ! B0RRÖWE-F0X DUEL I ! ■ American Society Men Fight Near j- Belgium. TW0 HARMLESS SHOTS FIRED. Another Chnpt« the Drayton Borrowe Scandal—The Batter De ll is Former Second filar and a Coward—A Perforated Cout the Result. ii Brussels, April 25.—The Drayton Borrows scandal has at last culminated ii I, . , , r m a duel, and almost a tragedy. Messrs. Borrows and Fox mot on Saturday after noon at Nieuport Bains, a seaside resort near Ostend. After firing two shots , . . 1 .. . _ each at twelve paces they retired with out shaking hands or passing the compli ments usual on such occasions. tore through Mr. Fox's frock coat near Mr. Fox's first shot whistled by Mr. , while Mr. Borrowe's lost B» »rrowe's at in throe 10 r : the hip bone, pierced 1 ms different places ami grazed tho nap of trousers over the abdomen. The cause of the duel is the following ; l ntt <. r from Mr. Borrow.-, which was de ; Uvi , rfMl to Mr Fox b Mr M ilbank on llbh . t . 1 a | n -iïio.r you havo stated that y lmd my consent und authority to publish tl j correspond« , Drayt j I e • ♦ c . 0 ''.' ' L«/m hm.ifi m „ i ,1 In tl, >>*l f. affair betw«.* You lied when y tho - ub „1-1 Btillcii this, a y have Ri-ted without my horitv. You have I have Ihomi sheltering ray s of Mr. Mil That Mr. Mil )(1 faith should liuvu continued after | your deapicalde conduct had i»lu«*ed false position must be b»*yoand y< 1 heusion. It would, indeed, b«* dilTirult f< «1 that to be loyal to ou< Is a privilege among gc-utleineu und of self Hftcrin 11 y that yuu li lumk. I tell y< bank's ipr, frien.ls > und a lamentable failure, pal yuu might bn tills, t'ccause 1 yot »•rin« ally 1 doub imp !. is • oi otlmrs that » who is f l tl «1 he wh lms not thec hi If « nut tiiu fut hers. Or to rago it condiut the uplnion more plainly, I bell tible ho a liar. May I no once called himself me the only proof th changing my opinion? pu VO re elf to :o ward 1 t liopo tl friend will Btill give for the Meeting. This brought forth a challenge fr« Mr. Fox last Tuesday, and arrangements the- ISelgian Mr. Fox left London for Ant orp on Tbumlav night, followed Friday by Mr. William ». Ha.' I ;i«*t«*«l « ^ ! Milbaiik and Mr. Borrow« went to Bi ll Friday, and all met at Antwerp idnight, ami at 0 the following morning started for Ostend. The narty consist( h 1 of Moi row«*, Fox. Milbank Cloary drive a A r rang«? w«*re made to fight frontier. , Jr., of Mr. of his second. Boston, who , . in i * s ' j at " ds •s. Bor E-lwin A lung road to ; nndeuts. d two c« *n tho country ,1 Nieupoort Bains, monts had been mode to fight 'is in a antic position. Ah far as eyo could reach along tho b«*ach were sand dunes. The Fir pri st ro This ds. vate gro ho "OTids measured off the space and loaded the wottjxms, ' estood calmly by Tho rhile Fox a l ab liing the then Bom All wi ions with interest. OlKf declared ready, the pri omis took their places, ha l b logo opened tb lit-'« * iitnl tho we •qm is i tho doctor who rvice in the vil ) i re 'ill C at •o han«le.l to the xactly four niinut« s shots rang out simulta Ono bullet whistled l»y Bor 'tts hurt. Tho • 1 » prineipals. I past :i. lv head, ï no one a too high. WIdle the pistols wer« reloading Bor luetto from his case, «>ke«l until the pistol sh. on 11, •owe took lighted it und s a handed him again. Fox stood his ground well. The next shot result«*«! in «*«>at, and the duel was de •ording to an arrangement l two shots « ach at twelve her principal spoke to tho tho sa before, but both of ny pa iring Fox' clured ov which . ■n P* l they l«*ft tho field i otlu unfri«*mlly siiirit privately declared that the other w ! 1rs HiM SI Fox KoiU-ra Before tin* fight Mr. Fox gave out a Tote at Antwerp, *nt that Mr. Bor of tho to of stat incut. whi«*h lie reiterating the* state thorized th«? publicati«» Di to - S P«> authorization he summed up ius lollows • I'm* your own ju lgmcnt, anil if you find that the n«*wspap(»rs ar«* getting tho in a garbled form print the entire by of st< ■«*, leaving out the lady' le V t Mr. Borrows continued Mr. 1 shall within a f* h< t hi-r«* is ï d«*r that ay kilow the •«•suit l write tl Ameri •tual f i I •lu •ts. udist will faith i know ember 1 to a bc a for that I ii hi reg: A Sing»«I i- I la i ik Clie« k. S.M.T Lake City, April : pcriimt« W. C. ad Ausn Kill, a«le • i »st uuducimis though d id at i«-mpt to rob tin* Utah National Aiis-tin walktnl up to •te cut this extri . •** i.l Un til« tho back of a blank ary de: chock, will bio toll.r. v •in«? $2,500 liisiantly • brains out." Th«? pin • I •G he threatened with I eet the Then h«- remembered that the ade of stone and he .1 behind it. yelling, "Arrest the Austin hod fors« coutite droi'pi robber aiTtsted. « shortly alt red to b«* c *ar«Is lie is bttli tho to To«> Yoiinjt to be Married. Bkdkokd, Pa.. April 25. — Hairy E. uui, was committed ge of ki'lnaping a Miss Nfttv i to jail girl of 14. The young girl i.* Ilendrickroii, a daugliter of a Methodist minister who died said that ho had been paying attention to Miss Hendrickson for sometime ami both mot in Cumberland on Thursday arried by the Rev. A. A. Williamson, u Baptist preach« r. s ago. II«* tew y v iV ol ftiul wen* NUGGETS Or NEWS. . Tho A tion of the lut >f Thu ! cafc.o, 100 dalo-aates being urweeuL »pFiist» me Chi A Free Ride Reading, April 38.—Fitus Dolleckor had a hearing before A Merman Be bree der on the charge of rioting at Buyer town, a few weeks ago. At that time Professor John C. Zuber, who bad de I 5?' to ! town after on absence of a year. When he left his family was in needy circum- P stances. When several hundred citizens learned of his return they rode him on a ami." th. m hS was bound over for court. a Rail. Thirty-One French Soldiers Drowned fJuÎTonrmff ,i .L l ïï:« At lâ ,fl î from ronqum are to the effect that the sloop Mcsnrgics Fleuvals, used troop> transport, has gone d Clairhue river. Thirty French i tb( , tajn wr0 men oro said to have escaped. One count says that the sloop's boiler ex ploded and the vessel w other that the vessel ran on the ; soldiers j Fifteen ! burned, un snag 1 , wliich tore a hole in her bottom, and sank. Both agree that she w worthy French unsear <1 had been dondemed by a engineer. C«i rioted of Fi mil. Chic , April 25.—Edward A. Trask, the notorious real estate and bond swin «1 guilty of issuing fraudu lent paper and lus punishment fixed at eighteen years in the penitentiary, has yet to stand trial on six otlit dictments, alleging wilful and corrupt perjury, conspiracy, obtaining money under false pretenses, and almost other phase of swindling Trask lias become notori« ■er, and his forgeries run into tho thousands. dler, He in ivory th«* calendar. the world _ Texarkana, Ark., April years Igo at No Killed fo Be; ing His Wife. —Thr Boston, twenty miles distant, Charles Kingwell and Miss Jen ni«* Sharp were married. They «li« l not live happily, and recently Kiugwell had been beating his wife. His father-in law, J. D. Sharp, a wealthy planter, went to KingwelT's house "to'lick him." The old got the worst of th«* licking «1 shot Kiugwell through tho heart, killing him instantly. Fine«! f. dbeling a C«>iigrcNHinan. Wmrt Chester, Pa., April 25.—In the *nts of adjourned court held Saturday Judge Hemphill passed *nl<*nce of $10 and costa of closing her«* < VV. H. Hodgson and W. w. Thomson, propri dor and editor of The Daily News, of this borough, for libeling Congressman J^B. Robinson, for which they were ad judged guilty in January last in tho court of quarter sessions. DispoNit!« Di b« .in, April of I he National Fund. —In spooking at Slano yesterday afternoon John Dillon answered the recent statements of the ParneUites as regards tin* national fund for «'victod tenants. In the last six months, he said, £13,607 had been paid out to aid families for«Toly dispossessed. Michael Davitt tulvised the holding home rule convention directly after tho Belfast Unionist convention. - 1 THE BASEBALL RECORD. Tlio standing of tho ciubs in the ra«*o for the championehip i»ennuut is os follow-« : ß 1 .887 Louisville... 0 1 .857 Pittsburg... Ü 2 .780 Brooklyn. New Yj»rk Ciuciiu.ati.. 0 5 - r >4'* Boi Cleveland... 3 3 .«no Wash In' Phlladelp' Chicago... Bt. Louis.. Bnltimore 3 3 .401 ■i 5 .»hi ■J n .2so f» X .714 4 2 .Hrt7 1 7 .12a . Saturday's C» Brooklyn, 13; Philadelphia,0. Philadelphia, 2; ih'Hiklyn, 2 % (10 Inning*). N«?w York, S; ';ir* ingtiiu, 1.* Woahiugtoii, 5; New York. 4. Bositon, 11; Baltimore, 7. Boaton, 1«; Balti Dinre,9. Cleveland, 14; Cincinnati,«, biuis* ville*, Ö; Chicago, 0 (forfeited). Pittsburg, 4; St. Louis, 3. Pittsburg. •«. St . Louis. 3. One Sumluy Game. Al Cincinnati— k. ii. r. C'imlnnatl-0 0 4 0 0 1 0 r. 0 10 13 8 ...2 0 0 0 0 0 81. Louis.. U Ü - 2 Cancerous) In the summer of 1890, a sore appeared on my fee© siuiilar to a Cancer. I tried various remedies, but found no relief until 1 took Swift's Specific, which cured me en tirely. 1 used six bottles. Stearns, Alexander CUy f Ala . We have had a large number cases \V. F. Skin CjEoieer reported cured by the use of S. S. S. ït in vegetable, builds up the general health, and forces out the poison. Send for Book on the Blood, mailed free. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga. GEORGE H, McCALL G3.. Agents tor Lehigh Valley Coals .— Ar.so Usai. cits In- IS CLEANED OF DUST ADD DIRT. FIRE BRICK, FIRE CLAY, MARBLE LUST, CALCINE PLASTER Hi GOAT and CA1TLE HAIR. Tidrptioi Ißlitll « oni«*« of i ?7 COAL. — BY Ml.AN: ,* orit — SELF SCTtl'.EXIXO EINS, ^ An. Coal Dei.ivi rn to out Cist«).? fishing the best coals nned and at summer prices. Wc ard fui G. W. BUSH & SONS CO FRENCH STREET WHARF. Fayette, Mo., April25.—This town to again on the verge of a race wai because of a vagrant sale of negroes which took . . , P lac0 hore * About a month ago a good deal of excitement was caused by the sale of three vagrant negroes. On Satur ^ ' h * ^ton.if.ed by the public sale of a block of three men and visible PUFLIO SALE OF NEOROES. On the Verge of a Race War in Missouri. woman because they had means of support. Henry Thompson, William Millin' and John Wilkins the were e hearty negroes who er before arrested on any ; charge. The woman was a good looking j mulatto, Mary Whiteside. ! cused of vagrancy. •n. AH She w The colored people were brought into the public square and a both col« fun of the poor victims and the blacks freely exposed their displeasure scene which brought to their mi days of actual slavery. The woman was S ut first. She brought $10 for the sixty ays' work that the county fined her. Tho men sold for $10, $12 and $19 spectivoly, being bought by reliable fanners hereabouts. 'The woman will work in a good family in town. Negroes declare that this must stop or that the whites must be sold with the The sale took plae Creiger officiating. «luare mm a great crowd of gathered. The whites made at the rninds the negro« ». a block, Sheriff Fii «I Funic i Chu reh. Fort Wayne, In«!., April 25.—At the St. Mary's Catholic church yesterday »ruing, while the big e«lifi«*e was filled almost to suffocation by a congregation attendant upon the ceremony of the first communion being conferred on a large number «»f chiluriJb. a panic occurred. The ultar and the interior of the cathe dral was profusely decorated with arti ficial flowers. A gust of wind disar range«! a bunch of paper roses, wliich blew against a lighted taper, ami in imitant the whole front of the church .'reamed, flames. women fainted and the entire >anic stricken, made a Chililre ns congregor wild rush trampled more or for îe doors. Many we foot and a number w under less injured. Ex-Spoak Wakuinoton, April 25.—The Post this sai«l : Last week ex-Speakcr ■ral conferences with :uiti HeccI Against President morning Retd h«4 a«iministration senators, and although he will say nothing publicly, it is known that he has joined in active participation the movement to accomplisn the defeat of Preshlent Harrison. His grievances have been nursod for some time, private conversation he denounces the pressent with all tho hitting wir of merciless satire of which he is so thor oughly a master. an '"'worth A OOmHA A BOX." s*ÎSïffi«s CURE SiGK HEAOAGHE, Disordered Liver, etc. They Act Like Magic on the Vital Organs, Regulating the Secretions, !o.,t Complexk F.dge of App« ■ bringing back the Keen sing with the ROSEBUD OF HEALTH the whole physical energy of are admitted by tho Society. Largest Sa e human fra . These Facts ds. in all cla the World. covered with a Tasteless & Soluble Coating. I Of all druggists. Tri'c »rots a Box. I ^^Newjj'urk 1 j BREAKFAST DISH —FOR— Spring ai Siraer MONTHS, LEA'S ! , ! Popular Prices, Hats Caps, Trunks, Bags. Rumford Bros. 404 MARKET ST. FARIDA Spring Attractions ^ Our increas e d sales on line made clothing the past few* weeks has prov. en to a general pub. lie that you can buy clothing from us as cheap on easy pay ments as you can from cash houses. The secret is in the buying, therefore the prices are right to the buyer The largest sortaient of styles in Spring and Sum mer clothing ever show'll by our house, to w hich we invite your inspection. In men's suits we have them from $8,50 to $ 20 . 00 , shades, colors, styles and makes, Grand Army suits genuine Pontoosuc and Slater flannels, warranted fast 'col ors, $10, $12 and $15. as all 111 Boys 14 to 19 years' suits, a beau tiful line of the popular browns j list put in stock, $0 to $15 CHILDREN'S SUITS 4 to 14 years, at $2.50 to $8. Latest designs, single and double-lireasted, "marked in plain figures. BADY COACHES A beautiful line just arrived, selling at $7.50 to $22. Carpets, furniture, couches, stoves, dress goods, millinery, at cash, weekly or monthly payments. Edw. H. Brennan, SUCCESSOR TO PHIL J. WALSH & CO., 555 HASSET STREET, We arc in tbc fore front with the i ovel and beautiful things of the season. suggests all that is bright and enlivening—flow ers, sunshine, cheerfulness. It also suggests Spuing Clothing. Our counters arc laden with tho choicest and newest the , season has brought forth. The ! making is the very bestand the " ,h 11,0 A. C. YATES & CO Easter time Cor. 13th and Chestnut Sts. Philadelphia. Best made elotliiug iu Phila delphia. SPEAK FOR - THEMSELVES. Our beautiful show of hats needs no comments, prices "and styles make them speak for themselves. The Untrimmed Hats All styles and hundreds to select from. At 25c Lace straw effects, all col ors and shapes. At 42c We sell a fine child's hat, two-toned, all colors, worth 75c. At 98c Wo sell a fine Milan Hat with laco effect; all the lead ing shapes. At $1-48 Wo sell tho finest Milan im ported hat, worth $2. Flowers! Flowers! Oar show of flowers makes our store seem like a garden. Trices away down. Fine wreath ol daisys At 29c. Fine wreath of roses, all colors, 24c Hantlsonio liuo of sj»ra; At 25c. Wo liave a line line French Novelties at 48c. 1 Very line French flow at 58c, worth $1.00. J Wo havo a full line of U French flowers at 75c, | $1.25 and $1.50. 1 Ribbon Drive. Two special drives in rib bon. 4 inch Moiro ribbon, all silk at 19c. All gro grain and satin, 4 incli, at 18c. Trimmed Hats. Our lino of these goods is beyond comparison with any in the city, and a visit to our trimmed hat department will well pay you. Laces! Laces!! Great quantities of black chantiiy laces at 121c, 15c, 2 le, 25c and 39c,worth much more money. Just the rigl.t width and patterns for millinery and dressmaking. We have also a full line of fine jet trimmings at great ly reduced prices. ii ) f ) 219 Market St. Store open on Tuesday aud Saturday evouiug.