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THE WILMINGTON DAILY REPUBLICAN. PRICE ONE CENT. WILMINGTON, DELAWARE, MONDAY, MAY 10, 1892. PRICE ONE CENT. WAR TOO EXPENSIVE. ! I The Game of Campaigning Will Not Pay. ÏEE CZAR OP EUSSIA PEACErtJL. Where Would the Money C< From —Warlike Rumors Not So the European ('upilols. Kin per or Said to bo Frequent The Germ Opposed Beulin, May 10.—There have been fewer warlike rumors in the air this spring than usual, and it is worth not ing that they have childly been con nected with tho east. For many reasons war is not expected here. The German - emperor is peaceful, tho czar is not pre pared to break the peace, and if neither of those sovereigns gives the signal for combat we may bo pretty sure no oue else will do so. I Those who know the ezi you that at heart ho is far from being u martial monarch. He had all the campaigning lie cared for iu tho Turk ish war. He is not fond of riding and will tell bis ideal is both tranquil and domestic. But even if ho wished with Germany this spring it would bo bard to do so in face of the present mod eration of the German sovereign and counsellors. They have gone far, some think too far, to show their wish for peace. to stir up strife Money Is Wanted. Moreover, tho state of affairs in Rus Bia is iu itself of the nature to damp (warlike aspirations. With her finauc 5n confusion, her people starving aud t he Jewish question still only half settled [Russia has more than enough to busy tier without rushing into perilous ad ventures. f But quite apart fr most Germans for peace the gestions of prudence in the shaky con dition of Italy, in the virtual ini possi bility of* raising loans at this juncture and in tho probability that the reich et ag will not vote fresh military sup plies if the government applies for them. the «led of Tin* Financial Problem. 1 If all nations go to war at once where will they borrow? Will England lend to Germany or Franco to Russia? Will jnot each nation keep its treasures for itself and bo thrown back upon its own resources. In the case of Germany this fuel might prove a blessing in di.-guise. Another I'lotto Kill the Berlin, May 15.—Details of a plot, to kill tho czar reached here and will be made public by several journals. A J we*-k ago two French detectives arrived • at the Gatchina and began a careful in vestigation of the ph.Cv, ... disguise of a coachman and the other ether in that of an assistant cook. Two days after their arrival they reported tliat the whole palace had been found lx* undermined, that the underground chamber b«*neath the czar's sleeping room was already half filled with ex plosives. 1 lie Specie Pay me Musi In* Bcsumoil. _ . 16.— Dr. Steinbach, Austrian minister of finance, is intro ducing th«* hills into the lower house of the reichsrath, referred to the free coinage question in the United States, ami said it was the duty of tiie Aus trian government to exercise fluence against the fr*e coinage of sil ver, and that in adopting a gobl stand ard Austria could not stop half way. Tin- resumption of specie payment must be fully attained. Vienna, Tlire«* Men Drowi Ml. Philadelphia, May 16.—-About 5.30 o'clock yesterday afternoon a cloud burst ■truck this city causing tbe death of three men, who, with two companions. Were the Delaware The men drowned were Lewis Wot xlbine street below Federal; Charle Ansdero, il U years, Du ponce cost; and George Roalt street. sail boat nver. Betieno, 1Ü years, living street above Lo 24 years, 805 Marl A Minister Dies Suddenly. Washington, May 17.—Rev. William F. Speak«*, oust or of the Fourth Street Methodist Episcopal church,was stricken .with heart failure while addressing the ** ..day school yesterday, and died a .v minutes afterward in the parsonago next door. He was 60 years of age, and was a native of Baltimore. t Kinitb anil Hlioa •igl.t. Wichita, Kan., Ma monts were 10.—Arrange a tight with between Ed .Smith, of IV!in., May ments were perfected for four ounce gloves Pittsburg, and Patldy Shea, champion middleweight of Kansas, for $1,000. The fight •soff here June 9, in the opera house. Smith undertakes to whip Shea ut ten rounds. Edward Parker Deacon's Trial. Paris, May 16.—It is lvariied deli ni tel y that Mrs. Edward Parker Deacon will not attend the trial of her husband at 'the assize court in Nice for killing her | lover Abeille. Her deposition will Vie read. M. Abet lie's family will make no claim for damages, as was at first re Parted. A Number of Minors Saved. ■ _ .. . . . Pestii, May 10.— The latest advices received hero from Fuanfkirclien are to ' tho effect that tlio loss of life among the : miners working in the lower levels is not as was first reported. The twenty-one ! miners who were supposed to have per lehed have beeu brought out of the pits .alive. Frison Delivery Frustrated. ** Columbus, May 16.—Through the as sistance of two trusty prisoners the warden of the state penitentiary dis covered a plan by which at least five, but probaoly more, desperat») prison ers were to have escaped from that in stitution. Suicide in Drooklyn. Brooklyn. May 16.—Mary Larson, 71 years old, committed suicide. Some time ago she was found bound and ged and claimed to have been rob of $5,000, but the police failed to find a dew to substantiate the story. THE 6UFKEMB COURT. Important Cases Decided During the Past Year. ! Washington, May 10.—The supreme court met today after a recess of two weeks, and if the justices can conclude the announcement of their decisions be fore the time fixed for the funeral of the late Scimtor Barbour, will adjourn for the summer, to meet again on the sec ond Monday of October. The record of the year just closing has been a most , notwithstanding that satisfactory the bench lias for a great portion of tho time consisted of but seven active mem bers. The record is partially notable for the large number of important cases de cided. These included, it will l>e re membered. questi lidity ot tin* McKinley tariff law, the worsted classification law (involving the right of tho speaker of the house of rep quorum), the Chinese exclusion act, the tint original package affecting the va reselltatives to count Last î and many others, year the eases filed numbered 777, of which 610 were disposed of. The record of that year in respect to the number <<f cases disjx'sed of is uncqualed in the his tory of the court. The number of cases this y The number disposed of at that rate was 454; At tho session today it is expected that forty additional cases will be dis used of, making a total of 494 that will ave been disposed of this year. The average number of cases disposed of each,year by the supreme court for t he past ten years is 410. The court, despite its reduced working force, is gradually gaining upon the docket, and with the relief afforded by the new court of ap peals, the hope of a thorough cleaning of the docket may be reasonably in dulged. the docket for Saturday last was 1,560. Opposing ill«* Kaiser. London, May 16.—A Berlin dispatch says that the Empress Frederick is not at all satisfied with the prospect of her youngest daughter, Margaret, becoming empress of all the Russian, and is in clined to oppose the step. The princess herself is deeply attached to her mother, and will presumably follow her advice. The stories of ill treatment of the Grand Duchess Elizabeth of Hesse, Queen Vic toria's granddaughter, by her husband, the Grand Du lo* Sergius of Russia, have created a painful feeling iu t lie English royal family, j jVejudiee both in England and Germany against Russian is not utall pleased with tho opposition of his mother to his latest scheme, she having previously broken up a proposed engugment of the Princess Margaret to the heir of the Duchy of Luxemburg. growing ges. The kaiser Th,- 1'oliHl. ItloirrH .. . . , Waksau May IB.-The excitement Cimsw hv the ahor trouble ,,t Lodz and he attendant l.nitm« ol Hehre wa there has not yet abated, thotwh there is no ml ot the disorder. Tho aulhorities have taken active steps to punish the rioters and it a believed that the punishment inflieted upon the ringleaders will have a salutary eifert . . , „ . *° "'"he tronh e. Forty of the leading rioters, including a u umher of the social,st agi taten a, hate been sentenced tu lung terms of i mprisonment. A Honse ami lie,id Man Sold. Milton, I a., Ma> 16. John Rose, a wdl known German citizen, aged about 60 years, committed suicide by blowing 1 ins bead off with a double barrelled ! shotgun. The shanty that ho has lived j ras sold by creditors at 2 o clock on ! the Maine day and it was not discovered ; at that time that the corpse was within. L'lter two neighbors happened to look in the shanty aud found t he body i. ner. The ceiling and walls were be spattered with bits of brain, skull and hair. Rose was deeply in debt. to be A J • in ex te ar of I lie tlios wh sil 5.30 of Preferred Death Newark, N. J., May HI.—David IIol •ealthy farmer, shot his wife, in When an at tempt was made to capture him he bar ricaded himself in the house and held at bay with a gun t razor. No one •ar the house, lie 1er, Aiding a serious wound. thirty two revolvers and dared to go in or then cut his throat with the razor. rifle, Lo 805 f Mad Dog i NnvrYoRR, May 10.—While tho con gregution were listening to tho services in tiie Asbury Methodist Episcopal church, Washington square, yesterday j afternoon, a dog, foaming at the mouth, j ran into the church. Adjutant Wrav, of tho Salvation army, with the help of other male members, succeeded chasing the dog into the street. the a and A $*25,000 Fit*«* in Jackson. with of The Jackson, Miss., May 16.—Nearly $25, 000 worth of property i the business portion of Jacks Friday night. The business house.* burned arc those of A. J. Davis «Ni: Co., j buggies, etc., h»ss $12,000; Martez Broth- j ers, confectioners, loss $3,000; T. M. Me- ! Clelland, hardware, 1,000. the ceuter of burm.fl j steamer Encounters n Gale. r deli- n kw York, May 1«. —Tlio steamship I Norniamiia from llainbnrg, reports tli.it ! at on Mav 10 she shipped a heavy sea. The ! her | first officer's ribs were broke Vie eral of the seamen and firemen were no severely injured. The cabin roof re- demolished and general havoc was wrought by the sea. and .. .... . ... , Quay \\ ms in lllair. T , „ to ' P ,„ May 18.-E* the : eit *' l " e, . 1 , t nu ' '"h; 1 ' t 1 *« 1 Bvirabh is S® *5 i '"m ! !Y, 1 ,"*. U || 1 ° hjiht vete «as iiolletl. M b. per- y, lu î 5 won on thepopulat tote for Lmted pits states senator. Fourteenth Victim of the Fire. • Philadelphia, May 10. — James Pidgon, the fourteenth victim of tho Central theatre, died at tho Pennsyl- ; ** as the dis five, in vania hospital. 1 he coroner s jury c« n- ; sured the manager of the theater and his i employee, and the city officials whoso j duty it wasto inspect the theatre, as "grossly negligent. ' j Some and rob to Railroad Directors Chosen. CnAUBEitsBURO, Pa., May 16.—Tho stockholders <*f tin* Mont Alt«» Railroad company have elected the following di rectors: T. B. Ke*.nedy, J. F. Boyd, Chauncoy Ives, M. C. Kennedy, Hast ings G ehr and Ezra Frick. A cles girl she by to A GREAT LOCKOUT. A Fight That Will Extend to the Mississippi. TEE WOELDS PAIR WILL SUPPER. One Hundred Thousand Men May be Brought Into"!he Struggle—Tho Kfleet Will l»e Far Benching, and ßl'.mli Hides arc Kquully Confident of \\ inning. New York, May 10.—The fight is on between the numbers of the Granite Manufacturers' Association of New England and their 20,000 employes. Saturday evening at 0 o'clock was the time set for the lockout in the notifica tion sent some time ago to the Granite Cutters', Granite Pavers' and Quarry men's unions, and the men will not re turn to work unless the manufacturers agree to sign tiie scale of wages from May to May and not from January to January. The full effect of the lockout will not be felt for a few days, little time for the walking delegates of the building trades to order strikes the buildings where tho stone from the non-union quarries is being used. The stone from the New England quarries ii; most of the cities east of the Mississippi river, and tlie effects of the lockout will extend to these places. World's Fair Work Involved. it will take The manufacturers say that if strikes an* ordered wherever their sb used 50.H0Ü men ultimately will bo thrown out of work, while the paving and granite cutters in this city claim will be involved that 106,000 through "sympathy.'' The World's fair buildings in Chieag are being constructed of stone fr* New England quarries, and strikes will be ordered on those structures today. Those buildings will be greatly retarded be hired to n the unless non-union handle tho non-union stone. No work was done Saturday on tho Capitol at Albany nor on the Library building at Washington, where the struck 011 Friday, while in thk city the Mutual Life building, on the Museum of Art and Grant's monument. I11 Brooklyn tiie memorial arch and water tower near Prospect park were abandoned. Maiiuflictuici's Close Tlmlr Works. • irk was stopped Boston, May 16.—The New England Granite Manufacturers' nssociati pended operations today. The reports received from the inmiufavtnnrs throughout New Englaud said they we f u vor.\hle an.l showed no eignr of wenk un , he ot the maiinl'ueturerp. B „ lk B lintHIuU .', t FuMter , of the Korku,,rt M , 0rallite Mll lMy , „„id t(„-ro ' ' destitution amunu the î'h"".».! ^ recently^^Tiwo weeka' pay fro i , heir employers, besides assistance their union'' y, 1N( . Y , Mass ,' May IB.-The execn t, V( . committee of the Granite Mi fn ,. tlm .„. Association of Quincy, at a r ,, cl . nt meeting, issued, in conformity with the vote* of the New England usso elation, this notice to members: yards'and Stops'to 'all''orgudzed''lalag a on the m ruing of the 16th inst., the Bame to re inain cloyed to Mich labor 1 un til reopened by a vote of the associa ! tion." j the granite workers in this city ! were "locked out" by the manufac ; tu ,. prs# J„ a few vards men refused to cut „on-uuiou stoiio and were dis Hmrired IC«'i>iil»li«'iiii I'nlvorsil y Clubs. Ann Aubok, Mich.. May 16.—Tiie ban quet of the Republican clubs of tho University to be held tomorrow prom ises to be a success. The tickets to tho banquet haue been limited to 800, all of which have been sold. Among the pr ineut Republicans present will be Gov ernor McKinley, of Ohio; General Rus sel A. Alger. John M. Thurston, of Ne braska; J. S. Fassett, of New York, and A. J. Lester, Richard Yates and Willi* E. Mason, of Illinois. Thirty-five col have responded to the invitation Aiuer lege to meet at Ann Arbor to form inter-collegiate Republic Harvard, Yale, Brown, among the Princeton, Trimly, Wesleyan, Lehigh, Amherst, Syracuse. Lcland. Stanford, j Jr.; University of Iowa, Oherlin and 1 j University of Illinois, uminced ttyat Governor McKinley will speak It has be«' i Senator Harbour's Funeral. W ashington, Mav 16.—Bishop K. ane. ofthe Catholic university, of this city, ! at the request of the family of the late 1 Senator Barbour, conducted the fuucral ! American protection. j j ! of j serviras *>vrr the rei ginia senator in the s • Barbour had but his wife was i oli<* church, and he will 1 cording to the rites of the Catholic church. ains of the Y Ir i •hnrch conn« .. ■inher of the Catli r I ! ! Tiie liuliun MinM«*!' Il«*i New Youk, May 16.—Bar« minister to the the Italil Btates arriving In re yesterday tho Gascogne. His arrival was made the the part occasion of a «le of the Italian Minister Fa va greatest cnt v .iisi»sni. B.ir for Washington train over the Pennsylvania railroad. instvj residents iu this city, was received with tho Fa va left b. the 3 'clock train A Holt of ltc«l II« Ir« Lancaster, Pa., May 16. Carlson, Jr., at the Susquehanna great bar of red hot ir August •as perhaps fatally burned •oiling mill. A that was par gli the rolls by •ideiit was so and lamt •on ml ing thr ; turned from its prop«*rco big horseshoe iu the form of the waist of Carl.* and chest wen* fearfully roasted by the n- ; f ier y belt before he was extracted. ' his i j r ' as Wants a Y«il<* of ('»»nlideucc. j London, May 16.—Mr. Gladstone has written a letter lo his Midlothian elec I tion agent stating that lu* will b«* in a position to ask tin* electors for a v«>te of confidence ut the poll at tin* end of June. / The Weather. Generally fair, with light showers. _ . His shies, back di l A WOMAN'S CRIME. A Ballot Girl Murdered by a Jealous Rival. Warsaw, May 10.—Upper society cir cles at Warsaw are stirred by a tragedy involving a story of jealousy and der. Josephiue Gerlach luid the repu tation of being the most beautiful ballet girl in Warsw. She was of German parentage, with blue eyes, light hair, regular features and a faultless com plexion. Her beauty made np for what she lacked in dancing ability, and ever since her advent on the stage here she f the Polish nobility, both young and middle aged. A few days ago the town was shocked by the announcement that Josephine Gerlach had been found murdered her lodgings. There were evidences that she had not given up life without a struggle, and her disordered attire showed the clutch of bloody hands. Searching inquiry has brought out the fact that a woman of high position, named Boguslawa Crezieka, had been heard to utter threats against the ballet girl. The police, in view of the fact that Boguslawa answered the descrip tion of a woman who had been Josephine's lodgings, did not hesitate to arrest her. The prisoner confessed both the crime and the motive. Joseph Gerlach, she said, ruined her happiness, and she lved upon revenge. She went to the girl's room as if upon a friendly visit, and, watching her opportunity, struck her with the hammer. The girl at tempted resistance,but Boguslawa struck her again, this time breaking her skull and braining her. She then stabbed her repeatedly with the dagger. After com mitting the deed *he robbed the room of the jewelry and money she found there, ;ae the cr i, at A NEGRO LYNCHED At Midnight in a Public Street iu Little Rock. Little Rock, May 10.—Henry James, n mulatto, 23 years of age, employed by Charles Johnston, made an assault Wed nesday on the 5-year-old adopted daugh ter of Mr. Johnston, Maggie Doxey, and then fled. The matter was kept quiet until Saturday, when detectives arrested tho brute und placed him in the peni tentiary. At 11:30 o'clock a mob of about a thousand men, armed with Winchesters 1 revolvers, demanded admittance to tin* penitentiary, where it was believed he had beeu spirited by the sheriff. Tho authorities at the penitentiary refused to let the mob in, but admitted the pris oner had been taken by then keeping, and that they would over to the sheriff 1 morning. The mob refused to parley, bended by their leader, with sledge hammers, broke open the great iron cates, entered the peuiteutiary ing secured the prisoner started with him to the residence of Mr. Johntson, some distance away, where Mr. John ston identified him. f< safe hi 8 o'clock i the 1 hav I'aIs«* Christ. El Paso, Tex., May 16.—According to information received* here a remarkable condition of affairs has existed in tho Mexican village of Touiuchic iu south west Chihuahua. For several months the village has been in open rebellion against the government. The tumble was caused by the appearance in tho village some time ago of an old man j who proclaimed himself as the true j Christ. Hi* impressed himself so tlior oughly upon the simple minded villagers that they abandoned their work to fol low the alleged Christ. Troops were ; sent by tlu* government to the village, with orders to stop the meetings of the Tho people, how ever, exlmrtod by their louder, attacked the soldiers and drove them to the uiouu tains, several being killed in the tight. J ! , ; numbers to mouse throng and it then inarched in pro cession to Fifth and Main streets, in tho heart of the city, opposite the Masonic temple. Ho was given severel minutes Tiie 1110b grew ira to pray and confess. Hi* at first denied his guilt, but finally admitted it. A rope was then thrown across the cross arm of a large telegraph pole and James was soon swinging in mid air aud was riddled by hundreds of bullets. A Mexici followers of the 1 Fatal Railroad A«'cidciit. Hagerstown. Mil., May 10.—The fast the Norfolk and Western rail • sleeper, two «lay i train road, composed of coaches, a baggage which leaves here at 12:40 p. m. wrecked twelve miles south of here shortly after 1 o'clock yesterday niorn ! ing by jumping th.* track and dashing 1 1,1,0 three' loaded freight cars which ! were «landing on a siding. Conductor J •as killeil instantly aud ten pas- ; riously injured, two of will Oil'. Cumluctor Uaycs ru I Philadelphia. I i exprès Haye* i wh . «snu-d i A Burglar Shoots Olll««*r. .'HELD. N. J Winger, agi «1 51 yea Pi. Mav 10. K«»hn laims New ï York ; his place of I« 't< <1 while robbing Charles (Wklaire's *. 11«* had •«•lit av and clothing to the whe G« i-e «h'tccted him. Ufficer Rick.* packed silverv. milt of $3 Special ( ifficcr ■d s 1 the two policein sinne teivtl th«* house. A struggle ned, in as shot through tin* which Kicks« left hand by the burglar, finally ov«*rpowere«l, and when br<>uglit to court pleaded guilty. FnipcroidWilliani Enjoying Himself. Beulin. May 16.—Emperor Willi* has b«*gun the round of festivities with which (he summer is to bo filled. Ho and the empress passed the day in Stet tin to célébrât«* with the Pome nobility the opening of the new county The reception surpassed any •n given by the em peror since bis accession to th** üiroue. building, other that has be A Si on in Hcdford C< sly. Bedkohd, Pa., .May 16. A terrific thunder storm uccoinpanied by rain, passed over Bedford county t-'.ilimb afternoon, lasting ah«, ral burns utes ;• «1 out by tl tri i.d fences v many ph eled to the g I J 1 . ' i i SENATE AND HOUSE. I The Work Laid Out for the Com ing Week. TEE NAVAL APPROPRIATION CELL Will Occupy tlio Attention of the House Marly in ll»e Week, followed by tho Hiver und Har bor Hill-Little Ilooiu lor Special Orders. I >: • P Washington, May 1G.— Pressing ques tions of revenues and exj eaditures are likely to occupy the attention of the senate all tho time of the coming week that can be devoted to legislation. Sen ator Barbour's funeral will prevent tho transaction of any business until to morrow. i, The discussion of the $12,000,000 item added by the senate committee to the naval appropriation bill, fora harbor de mitor, four light gunboats and six torpedo boats, will be resumed the first business. That bill disposed of, the $22,7*10,000 river and harbor hill will follow. These two measures and the considerations of revenue and increased taxation which they involve will prob ably occupy the balance of the week and leave little room for special orders. To Abolish Coni]Milsory*Pilotago. These art*, first, a bill abolishing com pulsory state pilotage, a measure in which Mr. Frye, chairman of the com mittee on commerce, takes strong in terest, which he has unsuccessfully tried to push through the last three congresses •Inch he now desires the senate to take action upon, as it is his purpose to private business i as it is disposed of. Next comes tho foreign relations bill to give United States courts jurisdiction of violations of the treaty rights of aliens, which runs counter to the state rights theories of some of the senators, aud will be op posed on that ground. After timt Dir. George, of Mississippi, has a notice on t.hc paper of tion to call up a bill appropriating $','5, 000 f<>r the establishment of five experi mental silk culture stations—a measure which has a slim chance of passing der present conditions. Last on the list is the bill reported from the judiciary committee by Mr. Vest, of Missouri, re vising and readjusting the compensa tion of all the district attorneys of the United States, an important measure which ci advanced stage of the session. The Week Devoted lo Appropriations If the present intentions of the chair man of tho committee on appropriations are carried out the house this week will devote all its time to the consideration of appropriation bills. Mr. Holman said that in view of tue funeral of tho late Speaker Barbour, at 1 o'clock today, ho did not expect the bouse to t ransact y business of importance before to morrow. Then lie would ask the house to resume consideration of the sundry civil bill, continuing fr until a conclus! fense leave tin* city in ten-* scarcely get through at this day to day sucked. Then ho would bring up the post office and forti cutions bill in the order named, possible, be said, but not probable that all three of them would be disposed of in the house before the week ends. !>• fore the consideration of tiie sundry civil bill has proceeded very far Mr. Livingston (Dem.), of Georgia, will pro pose an amendment to the section cover ing the appropriations for tiie mints, providing for the free coinage of silver. This amendment Mr. Bland offered one day last week, but afterwards withdrew it for the reason that it then met tho criticism that it did not pertain to tho subject under discussion. There is but little likelihood of a general silver de hale being precipitated thereby, as tho amendment will doubtless be met by a 1 j point of ord» r and be rejected 011 th3 J j ground that it is not germane to the measure. When the sundry civil bill has been disposed ul Mr. Hutch will endeavor to ; «ring up the anti-option bill, but as M r - Holman expects the house to snp P" r * him in his demand lor considera ti« »11 of the postoffice appropriation bill, Til< ' resolution to expunge one of the speeches of Representative Walker (R< P-). <>f Massachusetts, because of al lege«! unparliamentary, not to say J complimentary expressions regarding ! his mugwump stat« is lie* special order for today, but , it will probably fail to come up for want ; of time; what will become of it iu that :annot he definitely stated. An other postponement is ihe most likely solution. fr« that Riga, Ru J sky. in the pres«' ; itics. presented toCaptainSi ter of the American steamer C l.iuuglit to tliis purl It di lpliia a cargo of Hour, gn isi«»ns for tk«* benefit « A Gill from llu* t'l I. May 16.--Count Bobrin •e of the city author* ian gh, Phila 1 pro •f the Russian enameled tea ser famine sufferers vice, the gift of the czar to tho Am« r officer. The gover a banquet to the officers of the re in their In *nt of Rigr ï ii guv. the circus. ras given a Tlodlesoftho Minors. Vienna, May 16.—Twenty-one of the drowned •s near Fueukirchen Lave miners supposed to Imv in the been rescued. 1 ' WGRTII A C JÏÎJ1CA A BOX." ^ Sleepy. If a man ia drowsy , ns . lu iho day time IT/ after a ßood; night's sleep, 1 tboro's Indiges tion and stomach J dlsoriler. ! BEECHAM'S PILLS » Ing the -»ypt«'*»», by n im-vlng 1 raalter which . n il! cb.g all Illlic DIsnatoiN, and will Nick Headache. and Nerv «i'iii'Lly roll.*« ■i wit a a Tasteless and Soluble Coating. Prie»* 2ÏI ? «if all -ti a Lux % New y r'.. Dnpr.t, •')«*' Canal St. THE CHINESE EMBROOLIO. A Modua Vivendi Suggested by an American Resident. Washington, May 10.—A letter ad dressed by Dr. D. J. Mac many years an American missionary in China, to Secretary Blaine, through the United Statua consul general at Shang hai and the United States legation at Pekin dated March 31, is as follows; "Sir: Lest it be considered presump tious in me, a private citizen, to addrese the chief of department of state on the subject of Chinese immigrate n, I plead in extenuation that in respect of age, and in respect of period of residence, I am the senior American resident in China. So far as I am capable of derstanding the view which China takes of the situation, she docs not desire the United States flooded by her pr le a iat. Certain she has little reason to desire such a consummation inasmuch as this empire already possesses vast regions in the north of fertile, virgin soil, while in theillimitable regions invite immigration from her southern provinces. China 1ms a right to demand, and what our country has a right to concede, is to be treated as an equal. Self respect, the duty she owes to her people and the po sition she desires to maintain among civilized states, impose on her the neces sity of contending lor reciprocal conces sions. "In.view of these considerations it seems that the unsatisfactory a d a nou ai ous relations which exist, may he cor rected by an immigration reciprocity treaty, fixing the number of citizens at each state to he admitted to reside in the other. Undoubtedly difficulties would attend the settlement of the im broglio on these lines, but the states manship of the two countries is not likely to find them insurmountable. A modus vivendi can surely ho devised on some basis of tins kind. "As regards Americans in China they do not apprehend that the threats of reprisals that they heard founded, and yet they are solicitous that the country in which they reside should feel that its honor is not impugned by their country. With unprecedented annuity citizens—official, secular and missionary—concur in these views." an, for What well Tin* Trouble in Wyoming. Douglass, Wyo., May 16. —The sher iff and posse arrived from the south Wednesday evening with tho body of Wellman, the murdered foreman of the Blair Cattle company. Tho body of the murdered man left under escort, for Gillette, and subsequent interment at Bay City, Mich. It begins to look • was soon to be as though the cattle reopened. Letters received here during tho past few days from Texas report that a man, cattlemen of Cheyenne is there hiring more weu to come to Wyoming. gent of prominent Scandal in English Society. London, May 16. —Society lias been somewhat interested i suit, the parties to which are well known in high life. The petitioner in the case was John Richard Malone, major and •ary lieutenant colonel of the Ninth battalion, rille brigade, of Burnston. County Westmeath, Ireland, wlio charged that his wife, Hon. Charlotte Mildred, eldest sister of Lord Churston, had been intimate with Count d'Autiehan in as made und the >tlnr divorce I. from here, for sending letter to the young ami pretty daughter of C. Martin. Miss Martin fired two pistol shots at tho colored boy who brought her the note. Then her brother organized a searching party ami Jack soil waa captured in a thicket. It wae first proposed to hang him, but the urn jority of his captors finally voted fur u whipping, — Paris. No defens court granted a divorce. Kscapcil with His Life. Anniston, Ala., May 16. —Fobe Jack son, a negro, was severely whipped at Alexandria, a small village nine miles insulting M. m 1 w -vl : J Wlion Yon nro Attacked In tlri Y maybe helpless, but when you art • with biliousness, catarri >f the stomach, «lyspepsia, inactivity «»1 Ihe liver, gout or rhemnatism. you an Pot helpless. The remedy is Carishal tprudel Salt. It it Kiminative remedy which dissolves*tens* irritation ami ivmov« i Ihstruction Ly aiding nature, and not In' fii'ltlcn and excessive irritation, as moel sathartics do. It is of great benefit iii temporary and habitual constipation, liver and kidney diseases, chronic catarrh Df th« stomach and IkiwoIs, rheumatism Mid gout, «S:c.. aud should he used early in the morning, before breakfast. Write pamphlet. Eisner & Mendelson Co., aj"«i ters of Mineral Waters, it tacked at hoi alterative uni lions bile, allay 1 Agents, l Barclay St., 11 W£ E MMm EYfcS IPKCÊÉC YOU THINK YOUR EYES ARE COOD ! If you hiivo thuui uxatnlniMl yon will prolyl lj find that them is somethin»? w-oiifr with them, am) that glîtss**s will In* a r.-i We use inimitable •*IH 1 HAMA . . . , •«, which arc made only bv us, ami rfciminn'ii'lcd by lend ing Oculists us the best nldstoih'fectlvcvhion. Boll«! Gold Sp.*« Steel Spectacles - ,r>0| iihuiil j-rlce 1. ArtlJlcial Eyes inserted 4.COj u mu! pries 1O.U0 •le-t mual price $5.00 ZINHWAN& BR0.I130 S. Ninth St. UPTICIANS. Chestnut PHILADELPHIA. ■■ Walnut Streota* WLC ATPN S FRENCH V ITflllZERS _ A MHCK AKD^INITIVM K «. r i-R"!VT.w VITAl.ITYI »n AMarO'ir.n. ln Iß«»' rntor, ï utirclyhmBym.i: Ji.fltorA. «,,a ' >.rv «'«OMa.'j. Cu iice. üaUr.LÀ'iONdl0»-ii7.1i«.;üt. w. They all Testify To the Efficacy o! the World-Renowned -Vi Swift's Specific. Ï 1 Tho old time simp!« remedy from tho Georgia swamps and fields has ^ --W KODO firth to tfco aatlpoileA 'm ''''astt.nIshlagthoskoptJrnlantI ■ confoundIntj tho theories of thoso who depend solely physician's ckllL There Is r.o Llood taint which It docs not Immediately outwardly absorbed A] eradicate. Poise result of vllo dlsoaacs from wlthlaoUyield to this potent but simple remedy. It la tonic,bulldsnptheoldant feeble,cures all diseases (vrl.slng from Impure blood or weakened vitality. Bead for a treatise. Examine the proof. ■ r.ncqunled Eookü on " Blood and Ski a Diseases " mulled free. Drugglata Sell It. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ga. DO YOU WANT h£Ll£f ? KROUT'S RHEUMATIC REMEDf Will promptly relieve tho d>#» Chronic Hh> treeing tlio direction«, \ f M\ ut. By euro 30a pertuau !U»4 ' On« In ttln will jiak« re vbiumUj' tf pe KUOI T'S RHEUMATIC REMEDY, . rrmartatile for their cnr«»iva or ki.ut r s n ma no ttrutay $1.00 Ter BîU'.o. 0 8 SO.00. Ptr.i. S3 Ct«. But. »1 lb U Utf At i it kt 'KJtotrr, 3031 Mark« % street. FhiiadV« Pr« J GEORGE H, McCALL CO Agents for Lehigh Valley Coals «— A1.S0 Lkai.lhs In—* Lime, Sand Cement J FIRE BRICK, FIRE CLAY, MARBLE GUST, CALCINE PLASTER end GOAT and CATTLE HAIR. Cccrge 8, UtCall Company. Tolepli (jliipley and Font of m'47-t Office» : Klglith lourlli Street. CD AL. — DV MEANS OF OCit SELF SCREENING BINS, A1.1 . Coal Dki.iv ehe» to Ou 11 Ccstomers IS CLEANED OF DUST AND DIRT. We ore furnishing the best coals mined and at summer prices. G. W. BUSH & SONS CO FRENCH STREET WHARF. LE A ) PATAPSCO SUPERLATIVE FLOUR. CO ioJv.c „• ucv. VU. & f.Ui.V.y, PATENT 'Sweet anciNu C ÆGAMBRIIL Mrs Co./ triticus Bread. Try it have White, X— \1 ad Sunirer spring «. Madras and select loi ' r ' nt ! nu Hurt* » Iieupi r than ev be i celling n Sateen Shirt for ','c and $1. .iijf u fine Madras • ulrrl was sold R.C5 and tl.fi'*. uson sold ii hol « s, leg ul goods? Collar* Agency L ljtfo 1 It I ■ ru Laundry 50 Our. v«ry n. - out »oint* , >t»u should try It. i Spring Neckwear 'obtained \uned selections, e und 50c. Wyatt & Co., 003 Market St. THE Wilmington Abattoir And Gold Storage Company. ' ■ Headquarters For CITY DRESSED BEEF, PORK &C. Hams, Shoulder«, Pure Lard, Bacon, Bologna, Dried Beef, &c. 230, 232 & 234 Tatnall St. WILMINGTON. DEL. All orders carefully filled, prop erly packed and promptly skipped. a.»-13t-rod GO And Examine the properties to be sold MAY 21st. You cannot purchase with out first examining them. Do not ncylect this, but go at once. THERE WILL BE BARGAINS. Stop in anil we will send you to see any of them. HEALD & CO. 206 206 206 Does Your HUSBAND WEAR SLIPPERS Don't let tho «ienr fellow In the houfto. Make him able works. H«* Imsn r time to order sllp tiers or lie thinks lie hasn't. Buy them lor him. »Surprise him. We have them for tv, for f 1.50, for tl aud Tor 5o cents. shoes comfort* he wants to he. I low hard he ) TOO Market 8t ) Fust Side, Family Shoe House, ■ Above Second w SU m ÛÜ ï, ~ir.., ; T V Best Made Clothing in Philadelphia. On this youth there nro no flies, For we know that when ha dies He'll go through tho pearly gates, Because he bought that suit at Yaks'. Ta ra-ra Boom! de-re. A, C. YATES & CO., Cor. 13th and Chestnut Sts. Pliiladclphia. Spring Attractions. 'Popular Prices, Hats Caps, Trunks, Bags. Rumfortl Bro° 404 market ST. t•!