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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - March 3, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                r A VOL 1 SALT LAKE CITY UTAS MONDAY MOBOraTG MABCH 3 1890 PRICE FOR SALISBURY Strained Relations itofcwccn Ik Premier ami the Prince UBOOCHERES WEST END ATTACK Urljy tlie Prince of Called Salisbury to Kseupo of the Cleveland tho Government in a Grave Position r March Dhpatcli San Jrimisa correspondent cables In political tho extreme gravity of the position iVi which charges place tboi Ministry more fully recognized on a calm reading of AttorneyGeneral speech Everything tbo AttorneyGeneral Haiti as to bin action proves clearly that Cleveland street miscroauUi were taken of tlio ordinary category of crim lualri and dealt with In a manner which insured tliolv escape in which Lord Salisbury Is pJaefd is most eoniprfxiiisliig J I is established without denial no step to appro Lord Arthur tho of Wales had sent Ids query Lord Salis bury to protest against the siispirhnis which i were Itoing aroused by the deliberate inae1 Lion of tlie Jovernnienl The Merel of the jirinces fompiaiufcwas Somerset when lirsi ehailenged by his oflieer eoniplielty in tliesO crimes declared that if be were touched more highlyplaced would sufTet1 loo This Infinnoiis falsehood as declares it to be tho prince Into the ex Iaordinaiy IK then took of coni lo Salisbury MUST ills illness Loid Salisbury must It is believed eorne lo House of LorclS next week to oiler furtlur personal expl lion If not public judgment will go ag him by default Tin suspension of for is Salisbury Labby will be pro from Instantly answering any explanation that Salisbury may make It is possitMo ihat before this scandal is closed M Walos will be brought ielo conflict with Premier Altogel ber the alVair lins n pnblle sensation and has damage of any event since tho Jigof t ixpnsure In an with youi eorrespcmdetlt today Laboueluire maintained that iio wan into irt order on the rules of procedure incl that Jourliicy was wrong you denied tlio word of a member of ni of bolng compollod by tlio Attor to clioose between giving unr ease whieh 1 know to biv true at1 Salisburys ovnsion which past ox oven wlthoul tiwiA suggested waH in untruth I did deny Salisburys wo I bad a perfect right to do HO It Is a Jon of wordi which is at to what Salisbury actually said that hodid say something and that something was foK owed by Somersets light as soon as tho time o Lpsed for bint to bo Informed of its Milport mid thai then and not till Aas a warrant Issued for apprehension So At present that will a temporary homestead Tho recent norther with Its severe cold caused some buffering among tho poorlyhoused people but ha fatalities arc reported The bonm crswlio camped around Guthrlo will have a double chance of securing freo land one chance at tho Cherokee Strip and the other at the Towa reservation The Iowa Indlanb Iccbhtly cleterifiincd to take up land in sov enilty and cede tlio remainder of thoii reservation to the Government When the taken tho allotted amount of land iliorowill remain acres of land Julio as fertile as any yet opened to settle ment Southwest A GBEAT SMELTING TRUST Denounced YORK March a meeting of the CentralLabor tinkm today a resolution setting forth that the Baseball aguo of Now York being a labor tlio meeting heartily en dorsed of Thaothy T Koefo and hfy Jn breaking Uio chains of bou bylhe National League monopoly and promising to patronize tho tfamefi flayed by tin Now York Baseball PlayorittLuaguo Club In preference to otli was also passed denoun cing theeoiiduct of Jnrmnandor McCalla of and calling upon ot tlie Navy to have him sus charges were investigated A FELON 111 the Big Reduction Works to Pool Their Interests THE SALT LAKE SMELTERS IN IT Tlie United States Smelting and Re fining Company Formed With a Capital of Millions to Fiffht Trust states tliat she has secured the American rights for the United States and Canada of Andrauss comic opera La and secured the services of the famous tenor M TanfTenburgcr who visited this country under the management of Maurice Grau in 1882 The principals of the company will bo wellknown English singers The chorus will bo secured in this country Miss Hal ton will sail from Havre on April 12th accom panied by the diamond merchant Lewis who will be the financial backer of tho new enterprise It is expected that Haltou ind her company will be seen is this country for the first time about Msty 12th at cither Palmers or the Fifth Avenue Theater Lewis is rated as being worth from to During ills short stay in tho city lie spent nearly it is said in en tertaiukiiT Miss Halton FROM EUROPEAN CAPITALS of tlio Crowned and Un crowned Heads of Europe A RACY SCANDAL AT ST PETERSBURG TJxcSeqnoJ to a Chicago Womans i S trance lulatuation IjiniuNE Chronicle A pretty romance was begun in a courtroom ifi sadly realistic end this commenced in a courtroom In October ot that year Gustavo Itogtfo a trial in Jirdgo Collinss cluugo of murdering Michael tho constant visitors at Knirna Docld and she was y tlio man Sho him HoworH notes and in other ways showed admiration for tho prisoner the jury brought in its verdict found guilty of manslaughter the penitentiary for two years Miss Oodd expressed to the condemned Collins accommodated tlio husband left for the prison began an untiring effort to released enlisted tho Collins and through liis tMorttvshc secured a years commutation of sontenco October ISfch last and Uio wedded pair began Mrs lloggo is rnabronof tho kimhvrgarten connootod with Dr Loririieis ohiirdhv iind whore siiu is also in cliaige of a branch of tlio Womens Christian Tompeiv is Ruggc had her husband ar rosted ohargo of makiupr threats to kill hoi1 says that durl richer four months of married IHo hot1 husbufid lias made a doxott to kill bar Sho could stand lib throats no Jongm1 she says and there fore hud h im locked up Yesterday lie was heavily fined by a police justice Mrs friends say she will go him out in a day two OF HYPNOTISM admitted much lo JjAIJOLCIIKUUS INFORMANT not say who tho in formant was who gnvo him an account ho conversation butwoon and but thnro Is no sccrob aboutVit hat It was thj Lrlmro of Waloss jirivato1 Htrotary Nor would hu lutoiidid to do wlion admitted to ho llorso Ho mui scarculy toll iul 30 without siiowim tho hand tho o in tbo pio and thls is a preMy bold step to take However I ho Liberals are jubilant at tlio awkward position of thy CiovtTiiiiUMit They nou go as far is to predict doloatof tho candidate Tin conditions under which tho Ic o was carried on ouYrod a forecast of ihe srunos which arc oxpoticd to tako place luring the dlsousston of tho Commissions roport wook Tersoual ftollngs and ani so coucorned that It bo imposslblo to avoid altorca aoris Tbo AttoinoyGoueral will again bo iho main object of attack MrPariuUl has boon 111 with a cold siuco MIC day before funeral and bnly Uit his bud ou Wednosdaj Tlio woathox1 linio then has boon so bittLH1 that would not allow him out Ho hopes bo in his plaoo Monday The air of tho metropolis Is llllod with of an Impending Parliamentary dis solution Sorno oven far last Tilght us prod let If would come before Eustor The truth is that so mueli bad blood and personal bitterness havo been engendered flu ring the last ten months In the House of Uonunons that everybody In public lifeis coming to turn with relief at passing a sponge over tho parliamentary slato arid taking a fresh and clean start isKw iMUAnxnuE Lord Uanclolph Churchill has marched over into tho temperance camp bag and baggage Sir Wiiford Lawsou and Calno hall him as something more than a recruit1 or an ally They accept him as a loader He lias prepared a bill of which both these eminent exports say that no bettor tcmper anco bill was ever prepared in the House of Commons 11 confers upon tho local autliovi a direct veto upon licenses and contains a single woid about compensation J says IHr Oalne Jl could seo that hill a law tomorrow I would ndfc ask for a single word to bo I Lord Kandolpbs attitude on this and i other social questions has brought down 01 his bead some of tho heaviest Tory thunder Ho Is onco more reminded In an article thu has every nuirlf of inspiration how far h has wandered from tho true how tho confidence of his party and tho public Is shaken and how remote aro his chances of returning to by tho path ho is now pursuing Lord Randolph minds all this as little as over He is bent on eighthout legislation besides temperance aud ii convinced that tho social questions are uppermost as probably thoy are Ho expects once more to tako tho load of his party whether iu or out of oJTlco ho euros little What he cares for is to lead Vcstibilled Train to the Coast CHICAGO March Northwestern and Union Pacific lines today inaugurated an improved passenger service A solid vestibule train will hereafter leave Chicago at 11 p m aud run through to tho Pacific Coast delivering passengers with out change at Denver in thirtythree and a half hours at Portland in eightytwo hours and San Francisco in eightyiivo hours The Cherokee Boomers Gainnm I March prospects of an early delivery of the Cherokee Strip to homeseekers is attracting large numbers of boomors Walnut river from Arkansas City to tho northern boundary of tho strip is already lined with boomers and occur every day Tho rush into tho koo equal that into this place tho southern boundary of tho boomors aro beginning to in great mjmborsv 6hoosing the ot tho Cottonwoocl river Suit Brought by a St Chronicle for a suit that was illecl hero linger against Lorgno G and for This is tho lend over filed in St Louis 11 United States tho plaintiil1 defendants with having hypno tized hiBwIfo and with having enticed hor Ulysses W Ungor states that is and at the time hereinafter moiitlonbd tho wife of the plaintiff tlioiSth clay of February while living with anil supporting they living tcyrobho as Miiihi and wife tho defendants knowing hor to bo the wife of and wrongfully contrivln injuro tlio plaintiil and to deprivelxiru of her comfort while temporarily absent work ingat trade maliciously enticed hoi from hpivresidonco to tbo residence of do hor and havo ovei her and harbored her and infant ten months old againstth6cohsont tho plaintiil and in pPipifclQUto utmost poaooabio efforts to child from tbo dofcnd control and influence an adopted daughter of and was married to blghtoon months Sucl decamped and has boon old home refusing to husband CniCAOO March local paper asserts that the big smelting organisations of the United States have formed i trust with a capital of It includes all but five of the largo organizations in tho coun try Among tho companies in it are the Omaha Grant Smelting and Refining company Omaha and Denver Ivansas City Smeltingand Refining company Kansas City Pennsyl vania Lead company Mansfield Chi cago Smelting and Refining company Aurora Smelting iud Refining company Aurora Clobo Smelting and Refining company Denver E Balbaok Newark New Jersey Pueblo Smelting and Re Jinlng company Gold Smelting company Iliiiadolphia Smelting and Refining com pany Puoblo Arkansas Valley Smelt ing company Leadvillo Colo American Smelting and Refining company Leadviile Colo Manvillo Leadville San Juan Smelting company Durango Han auer Smelter SaJt Lake M3ngo Furnace company Sail Lake GormaniaLoad com pany Salt Lake Helena and Livingston Srnolting and Refining company Helena Montana Smelting company Groat Falls Ei Paso Smelter El Paso Tex The Jirst conference between tho heads of the companies was held at Omaha last No vember The object of tlio meeting was stated to be to devise a way for protecting tho smelters from tho Lead Trust Various ways of organization woro discussed but nothing definite was determined 011 at that meeting but Barton of Omaha was elected i president and Goisfc of Puoblo secretary It was shown that tho trust would makea profit annually of about As only six companies were represented at this mooting it was determined to confer other manufacturers and havo an other mooting later This was held at Chi cago February and then it was de termined to organize a company known as tho UnitedStates Smelting and Refining company tho capital stock wiil be common to be used for payment for the fixed properties thafc gointo the new or and will be preferred for tho purchase of ore and such personal property as may be necessary to havo To form a sinking fund a quarter of a million of the profits will bo laid aside annually for two years and each yoar thereafter half a million will bo added to tho fund It is asserted that tho necessary stock has boon subscribed and lirialarticles of incor poration will soon bo filed in tho different States and Tho chief object of tho smelters it is said is to placo their in terests beyond control of tho Lead Trust Obituary NEW HAVEN March ernor James Edward English died today He contracted a severe cold early this week which developed rapidly into pneumonia He 78 years of age and leaves a widow and ono son Governor English had an enviable National reputation in political and financial circles LOXDOJT March Edward Kaines proprietor of tho Leeds Mercury one of tho most influential Liberal in north England is dead aged 79 How the French Pretender Pares Behind Prison m Austrias Imperial HalfIVIarried Mackey in London A MINISTER WITH A RECORD Movements in ivrirbli Dr P Tobias r today in tho Har on Movements in tho introduction of will shako tho Arory fOtmdatJonlof pur government and work for tho estaWishraeut of anarchy Those log islatpvsvy totgot in their zeal for thoy nro endangering tho this grand structure Tho standards of religion aro pessimistic gloom Where Its pro enough to require ad liorpnc6ith6y woixld call in tho strong arm of tlMJQjpy overrun for thcirlioavonly work Not by rest and cducationa devised will a conditio instituted to tho credit o thbGoYQiniTaoiit and mankind Not b schools to the clmro Christianity will tho mil Brought about Force is a poo enough wan tlio mind of a free and1 it will soon break throu jwd luirt thotyrautuj Aii Answer to Speaker Reed following lot tor was to Represontativ Caruth lybrcfrueky Tny F Durham president Bluo Gruss Club Louisville iu letter The Popular Pastor of a Michigan Flock is Shown Up DEXTER March Dis Francisco Clironicle November Rev C H Scott oamo to this vil lage and became pastor of tho Congrega tional Church Ho grow in the affections of the people and tlio church was prosper ing under his guidance when James Butler of Chicago came here on a visit and discov ered that Rev 0 If Scott was nono other than Rev Schtiyler who fled from Chicago last fall after obtaining goods under falso pretenses from tho Mclntosh Illuminating company Butler notified tho trustees and tho pas tor was called upon for an explanation Scott confessed that ho hud been living under an alias in tho past but assured tlio brethren that his true xiame was Scott Ho offered to give up his pastorate but some of the Hock insisted that ho was all right and refused to lot him resign Parson Sootfc then appeared before his ac tho result was his complete vin dication Butler wouldnt rest under tho imputation that lip was a slanderer and be gan an investigation of Scotts career Tho Chicago Theological Seminary reports that Scotts his being received as a member tho Seminary Letters from Potaluma California also show that he was compelled to leave a charge there because of crookedness in handling church funds At Gosport New York he had pecuniary and after his congregation paid his obligations lie loft A Pretty Girl May Be Responsible for McGowaus Disappearance NEW YORK March Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle of the most mysterious disappearances ever re ported to tho police is that of Frank Mo Gowan Ho was last seen ou January 15th when ho hoarded a Christopher street car on his way to his homo in Orange N J For ten years McGowan has been in the employ of Edison Ho was the hero of tho remarkable series of adventures that befell tho expedition sent to South America by Edison in search of tho peculiar species of bamboo to bo used in his electric light system McGowan who was a protogo of tho great inventor introducedhimself to Edison by succeeding in a dangerous undertakin where other agents had failed So indis pensiblo was this rare variety of bamboo fibre that Edison sent two expeditions to scour tho world in search of it When they both returned unsuccessful McGowanvolun teered to head a party After a hunt of two years during which he endured hard ships enough to kill a dozen men lie located tho growing placo of the bamboo and re urncd home aftor traveling over nearly the whole of South and Central America His health was completely shattered and he felt somewhat discouraged for while his search had been successful it was so pro tracted that Edisons fertile mind had time to invent a substitute for tho peculiar species of bamboo that had ventured so much to discover Edison remembered his achievementby a present of 82000 and a block of stock in his On January 15th McGowan called at the cigar manufactory of 131 Clin ton Placo and aftor transacting some busi ness thero left for his home Sinco then nothing has besn soon or heard of John F McGowan the cousin knows more about Frank thau anyone else but ho is altogether in tho dark asto the reason of his strange disappearance is also of theopinion that has murdered for his money He said was a romance in his life which I paid little attention to at the time but now I seo that it might perhaps account for his strange disappearance Ho contracted a fevOr while inSouth America and when ho was lying at the point of death a beauti ful native girl took pity on the young American and nursed him back to life Frank never tired of speaking of tho devotion of this girl Ho said ho had seen beautiful women during theAvorld but he had never met ono who wasquite as lovely as his little nurse I used to laugh at him for his sentiment but ho merely smiled and went on singing her praises It might bo that he felt a longing to seo his preserver again and started oil on the spur of the moment But that is very PARIS March Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle speedy of the Duko of Orleans is expected now after ho lias months of im prisonment Tho royalist press is figura tively weeping over tho martyrdom to which the young princo has been subjected The directors of the prisonlmvo forbidden the special cuisine and fine wines which tho duko enjoyed in tho Concorgeric but the martyr is still permitted to haro served to him roast fowls meats and soups The failure of Stephanie to return hero for the sad anniversary in order to accompany tho Emperor Empress and Archduchess Val encie TO Moyerling for the purpose of being present with Them at the ceremony of tho consecration of the chapel ercciod on the spot where her husband mot his death It was positively expcetod that sho would have mado iia point tu spend tho day with her littlo daughter and that sho would havo fol lowed their Majostioss example in passing a few moments iu prayer aL tlie illfated tomb in the vaults of tho Capuchin church in this city Tlie fact is however that tho relations between the widowed princess and her parent sinhiw aro exceedingly strained Tho Empress whose mind has never recov ered from tbo shock caused by the tragical death of her son holds STEPHANIE DIRECTIABESPOXS1BLE For tho circumstances which led thereto She has not ouly refused to meet tho prin cess since tho day of tho but even declined to permit her name to bo mentioned in her presence n a lesser degree the sen timents of the Empress nro shared by most of tho members of The Imperial family for they aro all of the opinion that if Stephanio had showed more good temper pat ienco and alloctiou toward hor husband tho latter would bo still in the land of the living Tho only person who championed her cause until recently and to whom she could look for kindness and for friendship in tho species of ostracism to which sho was con demned by hor husbands relatives was tho Emperor Unfortunately however she has now quarreled with him ou the subject her little daughter Elizabeth it is openly stated in oflicial circles here that of hor lavior during tlie first year of her widow lood has been marked by indiscretions which have been tho source of great distress to tho SHOT THBOUGH THE HEART The Tragic Fate of a Desperate Bani A PRIESTS MYSTERIOUS DEATH The Silcott Suspect Proves the Wrong of ait VsW U LU IdlU director being asked what the prohibited Emperor Not only has she neglected her luxuries were replied that ho did not object to good ordinary wines but would consider that only a gourmand could require such delicacies as capcu stuffed with truffles and that the elaborate dishes which were pre pared for tlie Duko of Orleans by his own chef dc cuisine were rather beyond tho rules of tlio prison Tlio martyr enjoys tho ser vices ofhis valet and has three rooms for his residence carpeted and curtained He is allowed tho privilege of unlocked doors and unbarred windows special attendance aud books and further than this he has unlimited access for his friends In the face of all this tho nousenso about his martyrdom is peculiarly amusing A HALFMARRIED PJllKCE ThoDeLoaz scandal which was cabled two weeks ago is still tlio subject of conver sation iti Paris The Prince of DeLoaz a member of a wellknown Belgian aristo cratic family was wellknown iu the Ameri can colony because of his industrious hunt ing of an American heiress Ho was married by civil ceremony to tho daughter of tlio Portuguese ConsulGeneral Senor Defaria but on the morning when tho religious cere mony was to take place ho refused to attend unless his fatherinlaw first paid him tho sum of Senor tho prince a black eye but Mile Defaria re mained in her peculiar position being mar ried according to tho French law but not considering herself so by tho ecclesiastical law All attempts at reconciliation by the pai7 ties concerned have so far failed Tho prince sticks to his claim for and Senor De faria indignantly refuses to concede tho re quest The matter has been put into tho hands of lawyers who aro now considering what are the best means for releasing tho young girl from her unfortunate position This lies between getting the courts to annul purely and simply with the assistance of special permission from tho Vatican or to take the usual proceedings in divorce During the past few days Do Loaz has completely disappeared although ho is known to be in Paris The reason for his hiding is that one of the cousins of the girl has come all the way from Lisbon to pro voke him toa duel to the death It is said that this gentleman was at ono timea suitor for the hand of his tjiat it is pos sible in case the marriage is annuHcd ho will again offer his hand De Lotiz who has the reputation of being an arrant coward appears to have made up his mind not to givo the cousin an opportunity of settling the difficulty by killing him child in the most pointed manner leavin her alone at Luxemburg for whole months together while she lierslf was traveling about in France and Austria but moreover her name become connected iirst with that of an Austrian nobleman and subse quenntly with that of a Hungarian magnato iu such a manner that it was even publicly alleged that she was morganatically married to one or the other of them THE WONDERS OF SUR8ERY THREATENED WITH DESTRUCTION Your tqleirniritfijKl tho Speakers letter to von sent out Association luis I thiuk boon say to the Spoaker tluit uvor him that ho will not bb tliough in caso ho shoulc dociclo sppciul fittention would bt membership of tho oiub to This cun easily bedone grass As tho club IMSiVQoflfrofrillos government which is in gonornl parliamentary law and iho ConsJUiiitipii of tho United Suites i which havedc torrod him Tragedy March tonight killing suicide stating that his she had been wtiiici iier tiu inthis country She 1o this country in reason tonight Tho to dio together i Down on the ClannaGael jEripniA March distribution of a fourpage paper entitled ClannaGacl n front of tho Eomaii Catholic churches of his city today aroused the indig nation of some of tho Catholic clergy Rev Fitzmaurico of St Michaels church drove a distributor away from in front of Ills church At mass ho made a speech in which ho denounced tho ClaunaGael in strong language Ho said the organization had brought nioro disgrace on the Irish people and done moro harm to tlio Irish cause than this or tho next gen eration would bo able to repair Every man in this he said should consider it an insult as an Irish Catholic to have such trash circulated in front of tlio church Tho ClannaGael havo used tho Catholic church as a cloak to hide their doings I ask you to throw those papers in the gutter and not to letthem enter your Cheap Dams a Menace to the People of the West CHICAGO March Dispatch San Chronicle B Stillwell of California who is stopping in this city his way to New York talked energetically to a local reporter about tho Arizona dam disaster Tho major part oC the he went on is interested in tho construction of dams for of irrigation As long as these aro made cheaply thero will bo fin unnecessary loss of life There is the Bear dam on the San Bernardino moun like tho Jonstown dam It is a constant menace to people for nearly a hundred miles down the From the mountains to Los Angeles the land is thickly settled with people They live in new towns in slightly built villas ami cabins and a washaway means instant death to a third of the people Tho dani is constructed in i cheap and slovenly maun or andmight break away at anytime If it should it would cause a great loss of life and property and nothing could bo done You sec all through tho West the people build immense dams just as they would put up a barn Thero are no laws or restrictions governing such constructions If there is not a National or a State law restricting flimsydurabuilding a certain portion of California will bo depopulated one of these LOUISE jrrcHEjjs Louise Michel has furnished the libretto for a fantastic comic opera called Danse It is not accepted by any man ager The scoro is by a composer of some merit The scene is on tho moon where there are no women but a lot arrive from Paris aud there is lots of fun The Power of Speech Restored by a Marvelous Opcxation NEW YOHK March Dispatch Francisco Chronicle medical fraternity is talking about a won derful bit of surgery recently performed by iho magic knife of Dr Burney in Koosevclt Hospital Ho has perfectly restored speech to a man mado dumb by an operation on tho brain Tlie patient is a doctor of Rochester N Y In August last ho was thrown from a buggy landing on his head Ho wjxs made unconscious by the blow and when tho doctor brought him to it was found that 3is right arm and leg were paralysed and though ho could understand what was said to him ho lost tho power of articulation After a long and careful study in the case the doctors camo to the conclusion that ho was suffering from a clot of blood on the brain and as paralysis was in tho right members it must be on tho left side while tho loss of speech indicated that tho injury was on the center of speech It was thus easy to approximate tho spot where the clot had formed The doctors be lieved it to be due to tho rupture of a small artery upon tho speech center of tho left hemisphere of the brain and an operation was decided on Tho patient was placed under the influence of ether a portion of tJio hair was shaved off and a circle of tho about an inch in diameter was raised To the groat satisfaction of the surgeons tho clot was found and removed and tho usual appli ances for drainage woro applied No ill effects followed tho operation In loss tlian a week the patient was able to speak a few simple words like yes aud and his vocabulary is said to bo growing daily Tho paralysis in his arm and leg has entirely disappeared His memory seems unim paired MEUIDAN March Telegraph Operator Taylor hoard thosa words addressed by a stranger last night while ho was receiving a message at the railway station Ho paid nq attention to the remark until ho had completed the mes sage on which ho was engaged description of mnn who robbed1 thoVal Icy Falls bank yesterday then looked up and nearly lost when ho saw standing before him tho very man described in tho dispatch not ruvoal his recognition and stranger inquired tho time of tho next Atchison and asked where ho for tho night Tho operator directedhim to a hotel whore tho slicker without registering bobo called at two oclock iu thomorniug intimp for tho Atchison train Two local polico ofiieers Smith and Summerlield wtip had also received instructions from Valleyfalls to arrest any suspect were informed by tho operator of tho presence of tho stranger at tho hotel Arming themselves with Chester rillcs they went to tho until twelve oclock iud then going to the hotel ottlco acquainted the proprietor with their intention to arrest bo guest A boll boy was to tho strangers witb a message that it was oclock time W gelup to catch tho Atchison When the stranger descended to tho oJllce he wat confronted by tho oflicers thoir Win Chester rillos pointed square at his breast 11 o never quivorccl but looked inquiringly around Throw up your Officer Smith said Tho stranger seemed to realize the situation but instead of obeying the com maiid throw a hand into eitiier side pookob v of his overcoat to draw revolvers Both Winchesters were discharged instantly at his breast Tho stranger fell dcad with ono bullet through his heart and another through hia right lung Tho coroner was notifiedimmediately aud before noon a verdict was returned ex onerating tho officers of any criminality In having caused tho death of the bank rob ber solfdefenso being their excuse Tho stolen money was found on tho body A FIELD FOR THE NEGROES Bound to Have a Sensation OTTAWA March Dis Francisco Chronicle Thero was L scone in the Senate divorce committee room thic The gray headed members assembled early to hear racy evidence in a divorce suit When tho respondent a wastolling hei story it was discovered that two newspapei reporters had smuggled themselves into the room Before they n wore detectea there porters had taken copious notes ou then shirt cuffs and SenatorDickey the chair man ordered thorn tolcave theroom Both correspondents refused but tho chairman Mrs Clap p wanted the reporters to remain They were however finally compelled to withdraw Clearing House Exchanges BOSTON March The total gross ex changes for tho past weeK as shown by dis patches from the leading clearing houses of tlio United States and 9GOG4 an increase of per centras com with same week of last i March TRrBUNEDispatch Hal of idbntlymade ingawa v A1 VcaWogr in AMERICANS NOT WANTED An American Vessel With an Anglo maniac Commander NEW YORK Francisco Chronicle Com mander McCalla of the United States cor vetto seems to be an angle mariiap one ofthe young sailors is no room foran American on board that ship All they want are One Englishman that left tho English was shipped in Southampton a petty officer on Captain McCalla likes everything When we offi Genoaand the royal yacht came wo had to fire eighteen salutes oftwenty one guns during the day On the Queens birthday and every Other English holiday salutes were on George Washing tons birthday not a gun was There are very few Americans crew now They are It Snows iii New York NETV YORK March Winding snow storm sot m at 0 oclock accompanied by a bribk Many accidents due to falls on sLppeiy sidewalks were ie cqrded at the vaiious police stations and hospitals befoie midnight At midnight the snow isStill The snow has blocked the street car tracks pretty effectually and even the elevated railroads are suffering the blinding snow making it necessaiy to lun slow OiTthe Brooldyn budge the trainmen and police suffer severely The ferry boats on East and North rivers aie compelled to proceed with the gieatost care j Emin at Zanzibar LONDON Pasha has ar Zanzibar Gossip LONDON March San Francisco Chronicle John W Mackay has acquired permanent resi dence in London having got a noble house in Crosvenor Square for It was re cently rebuilt by Wilson tho member for Hull SHOULD T70JD3N RIDE SIANITASHION The New York Suns correspondent cables An interesting controversy is under way in the papers as to whether ladies should ride manfashion it having become hinted that several wellknown lady riders contemplate taking a bold step this season in that direc Tho Field in a long editorial con demns tlie scheme declaring that the side saddle is a better plan for women than the crosssaddle safer and more comfortable while riding and less dangerous in accidents Among the other arguments it advances is one that the natural roundness of a womans limbs renders her unable to keep a secure seat on a crosssaddle Plump and roundlimbed men it asserts can never be good riders THE HOHRIER SCANDAp AT PETIJRSBUItG The New York Timess correspondent ca bles There have been rumors here for sev eral days of a scandal in the official British coloiiy at St tho mat tor has been kept out of the papers which threatened to compel a change in the Brit is3j Embassy there A St Petersburg cor respondent sends account which that Victor of Mor rier attempted suicide at a ball by shoot ing and gives two versions of his reason for theact to botli of which he seems to attach credit One is that a defalcation was discovered at the about a month which the Russian police on being called in traced uncomfortably near young Morrier other version is that he met at the ball in question which was given by Polish aristo crats in the Hall of Nobles the wife of an Irish earl who was there with her husband and who is somewhat celebrated for her beauty Morrier presumed on a previous friendship to attempt liberties received such a rebuff that he shot himself Youug Morrier counted so fully on the ladys sont to elope that ho had a conveyance ready outside with furs and swift horses for On herrefusal iiscene ensued and he shot himself at 2 oclock on Sunday morning r It is understood that similar behavior on the part of the young hastily leaving Constantinople a while ago St Petersburgiopinidu takes it forgrantedthat this painf will involve a recall of the young mans father It is noted with inteiest that Sir Uobert Morrier has been as one of nists of Bismarck who has held his giound It will add enormously to Bismarcks tige to wliich vhe discomfiture of Arnim Skobelffi Gambetta angei and so m any others e contributed if the doughtiest of his enemies isv also un horsed AlVoAmericans Pushed to tlie Front in Congo Free State BRUSSELS March Dispatch Francisco Chronicle in dustrial development of Congo Free State is just now being pushed with great vigor and several new and striking lines of operation are being opened up Of theso one of tho most interesting is the determination of the Belgian Commercial companies which largely control tho trade of that region to employ American citizens of African de scent in their offices there This plan was broached as long ago as in ISSi by Colonel George W Williams of Worcester who at that time was actively aiding King Leopold in his African enterprise Tlie then was to employ a large force of American negroes to go to Africa as ordinary laborers to open up build trading stations etc The King was favorably im pressed by this scheme For various rea sons however it was found inexpedient to put it into execution at that time It has recently been revived in a diirereut form and is to be carried out at once Captain Albert Thys chief administrative agent of the Commercial Company is really eithusi astie over it A Priests Mysterious Deatli PHILADELPHIA March supposed to be Peter H Faro of died at tho hospital this mysterious Th believe lip had bccii mi I1 known parties Ho registered Charles Hotel February 2Sth as P Herbert and went away yesterday and was nob seen again until this morning when ho was brought back in what tho hotel people thought was a patrol wagon He wasfound to bo very ill and was taken to tho where ho soon died Before death ono of tho doctors asked him if he had any relations to communicate with and he replied I have no one If I must die I cannot help The body was badly bruised Papers found showed him to havo been connected with tho Jesuit Institute at Frederick and also a Catholic church in Baltimore Ho had evi dently been a wanderer for some time past The Catholic Authorities in Baltimore havo been communicated with A locksmith Comes to Grief LONDON March Dispatcho San Francisco Chronicle burglair in Bondy France got into tho rooms of men while thoy were absent fastening the door on tho inside prevented them from getting in when they unexpectedlyre turned The police sent for vlllaga locksmith but he very strangely couldnot bo found so thoy burst open the as tho burglar got on thereof of the build ing He was seen and pursued down tho street and jumped into the canal The shock after tho cold bath made him uncon scious and bo died in a short When they had washed from his face with which he had disguised himself iba riddle of the missing locksmith wassolved He was tho burglar himself THE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE Committee Work About Completed and an Adjournment Talked of WASHINGTON March delegates to the International American Conference are beginning to talk about a final adjournment which will probably take place in April Nearly the committees have made re ports and several of them have been adopted The committee on arbitration has agreed to recommend the adoption of tiiat method for settling international but has not arrived at ah agreement as to details The committee on a monetary convention will make two1 reports one of which will recommend the coinage of common silver dollars to be legal tender in all commercial transactions between the citixccs of the sev eral nations The other report prepared and presented by Coolldge of the thiilcd States delegation will recommend the issue of certificates by the United States upon any bullion that may be deposited in tho United States Treasury by the authorities ofthe Central and South American states Floridas Fruit Crop Damaged NEW Picayunes Pensacola Florida special says A killing frost occurred this morning in all proba bilities destroyingthe fruit crop throughout this from Western Florida are to that thefruit section is badly damaged and be a total of the winter all kinds of fruitr were fully a month ahead usual time conse quently g eater damiige wall result from the picsent cold snap Royal Quarrels at Vienna VIENNA March San Francisco Chronicle anni versary of tho Austrian Crown Pxmces death brought the twelve months mourning for the Archduke to a closer The day was celebrated ly niucu solemnity tbrongliout Austria Hungary bjrthe people Much disagreeable cazamanii Mrs liippincott Located A 2 15 that Mis LJppmcott the woman forger who ruined her husband tfjrancially has been located in Maryland and will be arrested to morrow ItaJiaii Train Xtobuers March the inward bounft train for Palermo was crossing adesolate tract of coantry the carriages by a troop of bandits robbed of in coin and allxtheirrival uables The fact that the robbery was corn mitfxjd while tho train was at and also that no stoppage was the suspicions of the who discovered the bandits were simply hands The passengers the trainmen and and jewelry The masqueraders were con signed to jail in this r An Old Gambler COJWIY March Mason th e nerviest of Pittsburgh oldtime gambling proprietors attempted to commit suicide oix the night express to this place He cut him self terribly in the throat on both under the arm pitts ajid tho abdomen Mason is wealthy but hjsbrother himself for some owing heavy business reverses tion is dangerous ho Is dying Got the Wrong T v of whoclaims SHcott from held here has no resemblanceto Silcotfc M8RE ABOUT MISS The Harsh of Too The German Elections BERLIN March returns from the second ballots tonight show the election of 9 Conservatives J Imjjenalists 17 Na tional liberals 33 Freisinnigs id Socialists 3 Guelolis and 6 NEW YORK San Francisco Kittic whose last Jrowley if dcjath Closed by her own Jximpanzeo ronjanceioffCt lied of consurppt ay rnornrm he arms of fate of Mr proved that harder upon tne Caucasians Kitty devise middle uf was an tliQf hteadily igovous mmsz o the case or l   

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