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Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1890, Trenton, New Jersey VOT. VIIT. NO. TKKNTON. WKIJNtfSDAY AKTKKNOON. MAJKJII 19. 1890. TWO iHEREPORl CONHRMED. Prince Bismarck and the Cab- met Have Resigned. EUROPEAN ANXIOUS. Fears That War May Follow the Iron Chancellor t, hdrnnal The CiioBel of the Aft Illhtnarck's Probabl. Successor German Prejjfi Opinions. BERUN, Match 19 reported resigna- tion of Chancellor Bismarck, published IB thooo dispatches yesteiday, pi eves to be well founded Ihe Tagblatt announces the re- tlrament of the chancellor from all his offices Count Herbei t, with all the Prus- sian and imperial ministers and chiefs of depart- ment, has resigned. This latter story IB not confirmed, ex cppt in the case of Count Herbert, and many doubted m Berlin 5 esterday the report of the chancellor's resig- nation The Post advised people to wait till The Reich sanzeiger confirm t d the report, and the la' tor appealed in the evening without tbe slightest confirmation At the cabinet meeting Monday the kaiser placed hig ultl matum before the chancellor on the labor question, and the latter promptly resigned. Tuesday morning the kaiser sent to the chancellor to effect a compromise, but he refused to yield an iota of his original posi tion The Resignation Accepted. It has just been announced that Prinoa Bismarck's r signation ot the chancellor ship was accepted by the emperor at noon. II IB stated in well informed political circles present diff ics between the urn- COUNT HERBFBT rBINCK B1S.MARCK. peror and Prince Bismare k irreconcilable It arises from the chancellor's refusal to accede to a reques t made by Di Wiudthoi ot, the leader of tha clerical party in Germany, to restore to the Duke of Cumberland, the claimant the throne of Hanover, larger portion of the Ouelph fund. The at- titude of the emperor m opposing Princs Bismarck in this matter is taken as an in dlcation of his desire to conciliate the cleri- cal party If the government is to secure a working majority in the reichstag it eannot well get on without the party of the Center, which Dr Wmdthorst controls Tbe Ministry's Withdrawal. The resignation of the ministry woi merely the custom iry formal act, but it u reported that Count Hei bert Bismarck and Minister Maybach really intend to resigii. Herren Rickert and Goldschmidt and other Freisinnige deputies were invited to tht court banquet last night Never before had a member of the Freismuige party been thus honored It is stated that the Freis- liniga Professor Handl and Herr Miquel will be invited to enter the cabinet as an earnest of the emperor's desire to legislate for the people Who Will Be Chancellor? Tbe great question discussed is, Who will be Bismarck's successor? Most people incline lo tbe idea that Dr Hmzpeter will be the man. Ho is known to be m sympathy with _ the emperor's social reform and to entertain political views in direct opposition to tht chancellor Hereafter the emperor will bt hi> own chancellor If Dr Hiuzpoter-dow succeed Bismarck he will be little more than a private secretary to tbe emperor The immediate cause of the crisis is ob- scure, but it is believed to be the emperor'i Bocialist policy, which IB having a greal effect on international as well as on domes' tic off airs. 1 he emperor cajoles where Big- marck favors the cudgel Since the recent elections, which proved such a terrible blow to Bismarck's internal policy, new facts daily brought forward show that, however great his genius may be as regards foreign affairs, he has made a failure of the domestic affairs of Germany German and Other Freis 1 he Kreuz Zeilnng had only a short ai U- ole m a corner of the paper on the retire- ment of the chancellor, which is erroneous- ly attributed to a divergence of opinion with tbe on the colonial policy. The Nations! Zeitung accepts the retire- ment as a fait accompli and hopes the chan. rellor will long remain to witness the ad vancemeut of his work. The hM always opposed the prince, says he represented to the Her the supreme architect among thoss built up new Germany, and to foreigu- peiiouiSed the strength and glory ol the fatherland. The Vossische says: "The prince is such at overwhelming factor in the politics of country that Germans will have difficulty in getting accustomed to the new state ol things." Another paper says- "Kaiser Wit hem II's reign has now begun in earuMt" This is only one specimen of the arrows hurled at what is to be fall- ing greatness by men who hare thrived foi years on the dust licked from shoos when latrhete they were unworthy to unloooe. The London Standard's Berlin coi respond ent is fissured on good authority that jinn Boetticber will not succeed Prince Bis- marck. The chancellors resignation was not mSuenced in the smallest degree by tht remit of the recent elections On the con trary, he expressed hope that he would be to govum with sucot_ with the present relohstag The Austrian govemment, press and pub- 5S feilr the resignation of Prince Bismarck will lead to a rupture ol the pwce alliance. The Temps, The Debats and other leading French journals, dijplay anxiety for future in consequence of Prince BUuiarck's resignation 1'ilnce Itlimarok'i Career. Prince B s narck wasborn ot Bchonhansen, April 1, 18H mid >b therefore just closing htasevonty fifth jear He was made mln Irterof rfliiis and of the kind's house in Fi usiia m Sopto nboi IbrjJ Fi om debilitated fooling, so rieonllur to dicoki depraved blood Now it the bet-tain eifcoU AIM'S ......reitorii that time until the death of the emperor William I he practically swayed the gov ernment of all Germany, and dictated the general policy of the great ponen. In 1809 he was foreign minister of the North Ger man confederation, having succeeded to in the great d'-c- of bis the unification of Germany Two years later, on Jan he wit nested the Complete accomplishment of his vast political design at Versailles. There, in the palace of the Fieuch kings betook part in tho s> inbolism which pr >clumied Germany an empire, the grandest picture of modern times the coronation of William I emperor of Germany In that same uionthof January he was appointed by hfs impel lal master chancellor of the em pire, the office which he has now resigned after holding it nineteen years. Made a Prince. Created a count in 18d5, he was now raised to the rank of priuc As chancellor he ang ered the Roman Catholic party hisaggress- ive acts with regard to the freedom of the church, resulting in the expulsion of the Jesuits aud the imprisonment of a number of Roman Catholic bishops Prince Bismarck presided the fa mous congress of Berlin which resulted in the treaty of San Stpfano Since that pe n d he has devoted hl3 efforts toward the foundation of a German colonial einpue to placating the Rom in Ci which he succeeded for a time, so far as Prussia was to strengthening the Austro-German alliunce News in Vienna VIENNA, Murch 11) ihe confirmation given by the evening papus of the leport that Prince Bismarck s 11 siguation has been accepted li, causing a tremcnd >us sensation in political circles bere i ho almost imme- diate retirement of Count Kalnoky is looked for in consequence The chancellor's action is generally ad mitted to have been brought about by the young emperor's determination to have free hand in the state aifairs rather than to anj difference of opinion re- garding any social pioblem The Fmpernr and the Armv BERLIN, March emp ror has call d a meeting of the of the various army corps He ha.1 a conference with the mm.bter of war yesterday after- The Bourse was slightly depressed, but recovered at the close LUIOI ean bankers generally appear to full confilence that tho Bismarck crisis has beeu-discounted. THE NEWS IN BRIEF Fresh from the Wires Carefully Culled Charles L Farr.ngtou, of Holyoke, Mass intil recently paymaster of the Hadley 1 bread compmy's works at that place has been appointed manager of the New York Players' League Baseball club Gen Charles L Young, of Toledo, has been appointed superintendent of tne Ohio Soldiers and bailors Orphan asylum at Xenia Tbe Democratic majority in the Rhode Island house of representatives have Intro cluced a provision for the amendment of the constitution making a change to biennial elections of general officers and biennial sessions of the legtslatui e The measure was temporarily tabled Secretary Wmdom has made the follow- ing appointments in the New York custom house Examiners, appraiser's department, E J Chapman H W Rudd, Charles C Brown, Cns A Muller, Zachariah Jelhson, Fred A Russell, George- Brown, James R aud W D Davis Charles H Tayloi, of The Boston Globe has boon re-elected president of the Boston Press club W M illard, chief of police of Iroy, N Y has been indicted on two charges one of interfering and obstructing the pro- gress of voting at Tfoy in November, 1888 and the other of inducing and encouraging an illegal voter to deposit his ballots at the same place The board of managers of the New York State Industrial school have electad these officers for the ensuing year President, Hon William Purcell, fjnst vice president, Rev Dr Gibbard, second vice president, Capt Henry Lamb, secretary and treasurer, Mar- senus Briggs Samuel W Hester, formerly superintend eut of The Bi ookl n E ig e office, aud later a contractor at Poughkeepsie, is dead, aged 78 years. His son, Samuel, is president of The Brooklyn E igle> association The coal firm of Hue, of Pitts- burg, niadd an assignment P W Dickerson Co brick commission merchants, of New York, have assigned. Liabilities large, but no stat ment has been filed The government steamer Dispatch is still fast aground in the Potomac The captain's court martial is probable In the McCalla inquiry yesterday a num- ber of sailors testified that they had been cursed, cuffed, triced up and placed in irons for trivial on board the Enterprise Mr which provides that pawn- brokers may only charge 18 percent per annum on loans of and over and 9 per cent, on sums under has passed the amenably at Albany At the Flack trial, March 18, Mrs. Flack told the story of her troubles with her hus- band, the sheriff, and related the manner in which her son, Will, by deception, procured her signature to papers in the action for divorce The Pope an a mediator. NEW YORK, March 19 The Hold's Rome correspondent says "I have the au- thority of the Vatican to announce through The Herald that the pope would consent to act as the mediator through which the simultaneous disarmament of the European nations might be "brought about The ques tion was put directly by your coi i espondent last night and the answer was equally direct Leo XIII has taken a bold stand He holdi that the existence of immense armies which are draining the health of Europe and in flictuig great suffering- upon the toiling masses is antl-Christlmi "Wandering Willie" Dead BARK, N J, "March Jay Kellett, a well known newspaper corre- spondent, died suddenly at his home here yesterday of apoplexy, the agj of 37 years. He was at one time agent of the As sociated Press for Moilmonth county Home years he started The Long Branch Mirror, but the paper had a short existence Mr Kellett was also a successful wilter of fiction, under the nom de plume of Wander ing Wilhe Nearly (or an Arm. DKDHAM, Mass, March 19 Ou aged md ly responsibly foi the accident foi tluse iea ions tirst for leaving Dunkiik the air brukia on five calb LI ippled, l> nl tui uot safety chums adjusted the coach and sltepu third foi n t plat, ng li truiuinan 011 the cuts altti the In si uieak so as to protect 11 tiaiu in IBL of a secoutl bieak Jiuitb r pn 1 i the btsll coitl to sUi tho ti nt stt ti n In >n of tho rults 1) ui ul Boiknul the ft out bi alum in H e y t nsui i forUaMugtht-tiaiiiNUh utlns the pas-songt is tint 11 ti un hud pu t dauti that there was diikir tliut tin air Lrakts Ihat sto[ ped thi Hist poi ti m ot tbe purkd tram wtrt- stt bv s my pus n 01 pu ins unknown t tht jui} in Iti I tin Virth Klver win I Man hi Noithnvr 11 t huh itt m 1 t w favouilie ml rs in lit of the li ms t nn ut eouc Jtn liHlc llu bill is tuti Intel in thf llouso by Mi Me A 1 o f J is aul bus a ti tit V biltjuu lor z tie co i ti in turn of a bn Igo ind iijpoi at New 011 t itv HI tht N t i i tv i t ugulite unnui t c ui un I t SUL i t 11 between the btut s ol N H n k md N w Jt-i und to tst ib ish u h i 1 EI nt It Lurj and post road Ih 1 autJiom s i company of capita Ists h a 1 d bv Jo 1 in I Mott to loeuto an I j ui itp th bi au 1 to la) tiac son H lor tin con mitioiiof the railroads- n uh r sid u lit iivtsi in order to fuihtitw interstate commerce No goveiliment appi opi lation is provided foi A Law ttoKttvmi Mass Mai th 1 I A d ffiRv 1 f injMI ed-lll thu sup I lor v 11 P IIJI t 111 H and ond that h b uc asioucd u dt il of oinment On Nn j Litoigc I Njwton a p it in ut tliurchtn u and nieinbt-i ot the lai 0 u tsale gitceiy firm ot L arund Newt in L promised tttgueJuhn a "saw Yui K drum mei if he would abstain tiom tliink ing for tin ptnod of one jeai Ibepiomist wisa vuilial one At tho end of the jeai L jukota-cl nmcd that he had let pt his pioin ise and aske I for the N wtou leliiit I U) pay and w as sued 1 h" com t ordered tl t jury to fin 1 for the plaintiff m the sum ol tlUO with interest from tha date of the writ The case will bo appe iled Is I r It Faulkuei Allvf? ALBANY, March HI story regarding Lester B tttulkuei, at oue tune a state senator and also chairman of the Demo cratic state committee, and who luto y president of the National Bauk of Dans vilh, is being cnculated It nil be it- membertd that Tuuikuer was convu tctl ot being the cause of wrecking the bunk, and was bentenced to for ten jeais An appeal was taken, and before a dueimon was reached Faulkner was presumably taken ill and died It was asserted in the senate chamber yesteiday that there is positive evidence that Faulkner is alive aud m Mexico It is asserted that bin gaidener was buried in bis stead To Improve-State Roadi UTICA, N Y March 19 The New York State Hoads Improvement association met at Baggs'hotel Charles N Wood of byra- cuse, presiding I B Potter, New ork, oocretary Hfsolutioas were adopted that the present legislature should at once revise prosont laws or enact such general law as will insure a system of public roads of per manent aud superior character It should pass such bill as will effect an impioveuieut in the general laws relating to the making and maintaining of public roads in this state The attendance was large from all over the state Freestone Cnttera Versus Contractors BOSTON, Mnrch 19 -The New England Fieestouc Conn actors association commit- tee appointed to confer with the York freestone contractois on the trouble with the Frpestnnn Putters' union that tbe New York men said the association was right, and must go on without the union until the latter receded from Its arbitrary position The fit ins m the association will advertise for men in all the large cities of the United States Mrs Tiagk'a Wanderlnga SPKINOFIKLD, Mabs March 19 wife of ex-Lieutenant Trutk while suffering mentally, wandered away from her home about 10 o'clock at night and al- though a search was kept up all night she was not found until moinmg, nhon she was discovered on tho road near Doyle brook, with her arm broken and un- conscious She was appat ently trying to go to Monson, where she lived several years ago One of the St. Jiilinn' Creu Drowned NORFOLK Vn IB that Impurity of the blood which produces nnslghtly lumps or swellings In the neck; which causes running sores on the aims, legs, or feet, which develop; ulcera hi the eyes, ears, or nose, often causing blindness or deafness; which Is the origin of pimples, ing Upon the lungs, causes consumption deith. It Is the most ancient of all jllseases, y few persons are entirely frifc from It, I low Can 4 I i It Be Wl'lmf IJ By Hood's Sarsaparllla, which, by remarkable cures It has accomplished, t1" proven Itself be a potent peculiar medicine for this disease. If you inffer from tttufnla, Itj Hood's BaiaaparilK "Bvetj opting my wife and children have fesen troubled with scrofula, my little boy, yean old, being a teulble sufferer. spring he was one mass ot sores bum heldtofeet all have been cured of the My little boy is entirely free from sores, vd all four of my children look bright and healthy." w. B. ATHKHTOH, Passalc City, N. J. 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