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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                The total circtilation of The Tribune last week was over If you want Houses Hooxns or Servants patronize the Want Columns of The Tribune PRICE FIVE CENTS UTAH MO3STDAT XXXYIHKO 140 HE WAS A TAMMANY SACHEM FOB THE WEEK The AntiTrust Bill to Disposed of by the Senate A FIGHT AGAINST THE FAIR BILL New Rules for Naval Commander in JB Sued for ly a Common Bailor judlce against tho troops and sympathy with the settlors One of the latter exag gerations was in last nights news dis patches which chronicled the destruction of the United States troops of CherokcoClty the newspaper reports would be led to believe that Cherokee City was a thriving border town of 400 or 500 inhabit ants In fact as appears from Capt Wood sons official report iho town was composed of just lour cabins whoso owners stepped over tho Cherokco lino to avoid detention by rhrj troops and a consequent forfeiture of thoir homestead rights March committee appointed at i recent conference of the lie publican Senators hits decided upon an order oj1 for lhn will probably Mined Consideration of Shermans LitlMusl bill will IKS resumed tomorrow In order to ncotiornJw time in iebalc tlio coriiniitLo proposes a bill onoo taken up discussion bo considered without unnec essary unbll disposed of Tho Dependent Pension bill In second on IhollKt An eilort will bo mado to tuto for it what known as tho Monrill bill This prjvidos for disability and enIce pensions for soldiers wbo have C chod thft of Tho Customs bill HUvnr hilt ud tbe Lund Grant lYirfolUiro MM follows Tlio majority and minority reports on tho Montana bu picsoiitrd ato tomorrow Action upon thorn how ever will by postponed until they arc printed audexumliKd by tho Smiato WHAT run DO rCho House will ddvoto tomorrow to Dis trict of Columbia affairs Tim Worlds Fair bill will bo Uilfou up Tuesday probably under tho Iroiitjlud orricr rtiqulrlitg final action on llmt day A lively debate is cm laln to as somo New York anfl Ht Louis pcoplo fancy tliuy in tho propo sition postpone tho fair until WS an op portunity to Ifoonsfdor the action of tho House hi selecting Chicago as tlio site Tbo remainder of tlio wooU will pnibably ho dovolKi discussion of tho bills admit ting Wyoming and Idaho Tho tarllY bill may be reached during tho week ANOTiriUl COMMANDKfC IN Lieu tenantCorn n laiulur Longnecker of tho rwolving ship New littlondd Newport K Is now In trouble orCarbroy who had served on tho Now rwHiivod discharge of which fact ignorant Moot ing tho sailor tlio I a did not treat IIH Iormor oomrnaiulor with tho servil ity tho commander from n common sailor and ho Immediately caused his arrosb and had him placed in double Irons in tho hold of Mio ship A Iturwardu Commander Lcmgnorknr found out liismlstalco and had tho sailor released Civil action has bctui brought by Carbrey against Commander Longnooker for damages anfl tho caso hast also bwn brought to theattention of Secretary but as tho iiallor vjus not in tho of tho United at the time ho sulTored tho in digvuty tho Department does not soo in what way Commander Longonoekor can be called 1o account other than through tho courts The oivll suit will coino up this week JKATH OP SCHMNCK A Statesman Soldier and Diplomat IasMcs Away WASHINGTON March Robert 3 Schonck died at oclock this evening Oiononil Sclumck had been suffering from u severe cold for a couple of weeks but was not alurnilngly ill until tho first part ollast week when bronchial complications soon followed by piuiomonla set In Tills morn jig there wero dypthcrlo symptoms in tho throat and ho sank rapidly until tho end on mo Ills mind was clear and bright to tho V lust TO General Schenck was in his Slat year was Iboru at Kraukltn Ohio October 4 Ho graduated from Miami University in and after spending throo additional years at the college studied law with Thomas Cor win He served two years In tho State Leg islature and was clouted to Congress as a Whig serving from 18Hi till 1S51 President Fillmoro then scut him to Unisll as Minister JMcnlpotontlary While serving In this capa city ho distinguished himself as a diplomat by taking a conspicuous part in tho negotiation of treaties with 1uruguuy Urugay and the Argentine Republic After two years In Brazil ho returned to Ohio his native State but took no part in politics When tho Civil war broke out ho at once offered his services to tho Govern ment and was commissioned a llrigadlor Genoral Vy President Lincoln May 17 Ho served with his brigade in the first bat tle of Uull Run uud in West Virginia under General Roseonms Gonenil Fremont then entrusted to him the command of a division and while lead Ins the first division of Soigols Corps at the second battle of Bull Run his right arm was shuttered by a mus ket ball liieapiicltiitltig him for service for time In September 1SG2 ho was promoted to bo a majorgeneral in December of that year took command of the Middle Do piirtinonti and Eighth Corps at Baltimore He rendered eiVectivo services in tho Get tysburg campaign Ho was nominated for Congress igainsl the noted War Democrat and though tho district was Democratic lie carried tho resigning his position in the army took his rioat iu tho Houso December 3 lsf3 Ho wus fnVynodiatoiy inurlo Chairman of the Committee on Military Affairs He rooloctod to the two succeeding Congresses and throughout those exciting times during1 and after the war ho took a leading part in tuo proceedings of tho House During last term ho was chairman of the Ways and Menus Committee and tho loncloi of the House succeeding Thid Stevens in command of tho Republican party He was appointed Minister to England iu 1S70 and in 1571 was one of tho Alabama Claims Commissioners retaining his last office for five years when ho resigned Shico that tlmo he made his homo in this city he was a warm favorite but took no active part in politics General Schonck leaves threo daughters Chinese Liaundrymen Kxcited YOKK March is much excited over the fight inaugurated against tho Chinese laundrynen by tho American Master Laundrymens Associa tion Chinamen from all over New York vicinity were today congregated on Mott HI root discussing tlte question Henry M Heyncinarm a lawyer who does a largo part of Liu Chinese law business In this city said that tho latindrymen of whom there are WOO In this city would light The Pickthall Mystery WOODSTOCK March afternoon an instrument was registered hereby which deeds all his prop erty to his wife Tho document Is witnessed by William Overtoil express agent Tucson and executed by Thomas H notnry public same place No letter accompanied the papers and not a word to explain tho causo of IMckthalls dis appearance his reason 1or staying away or his intentions for tiio future ALL QUIET ON THE STRIP Few Settlors Kepoxts Scut Out KANSAS CITY March from several points in Indian Territory aro to tho effect that this has been a very quiet Sunday in tho Cherokee Strip tho troops finding few settlors to eject It appears from tho reports of commanding officers it tho strip and reliable newspaper men that tho situation thoro has been exaggerated by correspondents who woro curly in tho flolc and tho inhabitants oftho border town which would ho bonefitted by a rush of settlors into thostrlp Reliable reports now aro to the effect that a great many boomer wore citizens of these very towns and were town lot boomers rather than foonrt Jld The exaggerated reports tho harshness of the troops In dealing thQ settlers also originated from towns the objeetr being to arouse pro A SCANDALIZED COMMUNITY NJCW JKltSEY WU1TK CAPS STVOOr N OX AN Tnoy Aro Brought to Bay by n Trotty 3Irl UrJth n Groat Social SonHatkm NKW YOUK March Dls Francisco CVironfcZc Richard Soybold one of tho best known and wealthiest residents of New Torsoy came icro from his homo In yesterday morning to arrange with his lawyer Gonoral A Jiay for tho prosecution of at least fifteen of tho nirwt prominent men in Westflold who invaded liis housearmed and masked about I oclock yostorday morning and dragged his guest Michael Brady out of bod made him dress and then drove him out of town Soybold dwells iu one of the finest osidunces In WesUlold Ho lias a wife and font1 children two boys and two girls His wife is many years his junior and a very beautiful woman Seybold Is Interested In various railroad enterprises throughout Uio country Brady who IK a goodlooking athletic young man is his right hand man Needing him In Now York on somo important suits Seybolcl summoned him from Delaware last summer Jle went to live at his employers house in Westflold There ho was taken ill and was tenderly nursed and cared for by Mrs Seybold and her daughters When ho got well ho was soon frequently on tho streets with Soybold Ills devotion to her was soon noticed and commented upon Soon It was openly declared that Mrs Roy bold rod rnoro for Brady than sho did for her husband and somo of tho leading townsmen got together and decided that such a state of things could riot exist in thoir village At I oclock while Mr Seybold was still absorbed In a game of billiards at tho hotel in town tho regulators wearing black cloth masks and armed with clubs and guns wont to his house Mrs Soybold was still sitting in the library awaiting her husbands when a loud knock was sounded at tho front door As sho opened tho door tho masked men pushed by her into tho house and after a hurried look through tho rooms on the Irsfc floor started for tho stairs Before they roAchod tho top the word clear and calm came from above and looking up tho White Caps found into tho of a AVtnohostor rifle hold by a beautiful young woman on It was Mrs Soy holds lOyoarold daughter The men paused 1C one of you advance another stop I 11 shoot him tho bravo young girl said Tho leader tried to parley with her but she told thora to loavo tho house at onco Ill be if wo will bo balked by a tho loader cried and sprang forward knocking tho rillo up The girl swung tho rillo around her head and brought it down with crashing force on the arm of tho man nearest her Lie dropped and was after wards carried away by his friends Ho is iu bed today Tho whlto caps found Brady in his room Ho was awake with a pistol at hia head They mado him dress and pack a fmv things Iu his grip After this they sent him on a run to tho depot Seybold was then informed of what had transpired Ulti indignation know no bounds He followed Brady to the depot and in tho presence of his neighbors expressed tho greatest confidence Iu him arid Insisted on his returning homo with him Brady would not go back will be tho ojuiso of no trouble to ho said and took the first train that oamo along It is alleged by somo that Mr Sey bold himself wad at tho bottom of tho al leged outrage Michael Brady has returned to tho Sey bold mansion thus bidding defiance to the solfappolutod regulators Tho residents of tho town aro greatly excited as it is feared that tho regulators will again endeavor to drive him from town and It is believed that should they visit tlio Soybold residence again they will moot with a very warm re ception KATE CUTTING AT DENVER THE PBIGE OF A CORONET How the Duke of Harlborongh Makes the American Dollar Fly A GRAND NEW AMERICAN DUCHESS Lady Mandevillc Receives Her Re SolicitorGeneral in Dis Escapades of an Or leans PrinceA Collection of Afri can Kelics LONDON March Dispatch San Francisco Worlds correspondent cables The titbit of the week in club circles was the treatment of tho Duko of Marl borough by the Turf Club which is the exclusive swell club of England The other day It hud tlio Duke up for election with strong backing among others Randolph Glimchill who as a family affair assisted tho other members of the Churchill fuiuJly in advocating tho Dukes claims but whether it was due to Randolphs attaelc on tho Government or the hostile action of tho Dukes former wifes or a sudden excess of morality on the part of tho sporting fraternity or all three reas ons combined the Duko was given to under stand tho day before election that he was almost certain to be blackballed amis m his interest as well as in their own his friends withdrew his name at tho last mo ment and ho was not submitted to tho ordeal of tho ballot That the Turf Club should sor itsolf up as a censor of morals has thrown clubland Into convulsions of laughter Another proof of tho deeprooted pharl siasm of tho British aristocracy coupled with this is tho social gossip over tho de parture of tlio Duchess of Marlborougb for America on tho Teutonic with twenty trunks and a man servant Though the Duchesss experience vith her titled hus band since shocamo here has been anything but a bed of roses she probably got along with him quite as happily us she expected So far is can bo learned there is no truth In the current rumor that her sudden de parture was the result of a family quarrel Tho real reason probably is to raise more money Since tho Duko married tho rich widow he has boon going through tho Hamnierslay millions in lino style Not only tho late Hammersloys fortuno repaired the dil apidated Blenheim but in addition tho Duchess has purchased and richly furnished at a cost of nearly a quarter of a million dollars tho residence in Oarlton House Terrace which sho has settled upon tho x Duko Sho also paid fully another quarter of a million of the duke s debts contracted before marriage At recent sales in Paris and at large art sales in England the duke has been a heavy pur chaser This is popularly attributed to bis acknowledged in art arid to replace tho pictures he sold years ago from Blenheim gallery but no one knows better duko that good pictures are ro i i tt rIT 111 r fmii 1 tl hrv Seven Dollars and a Half From Colo nulo to tho River PENVJJB March firstclass pas senger rate of applying between Mis souri points and Pueblo announced by the Missouri Piiclfto yesterday to bo effective tomorrow was after a long conference today between General Agent P F Flynn of tho Missouri Pacific and Gonoral Passen ger Astent Hooper of the Kio Grande ex tended so as to include Denver Colorado Spring mid Puoblo and making the same rate from those points cast to Kansas City Atchisou St JOG aud intermediate points This notion of tho Missouri Pacific resulted iu the posting tonight of notices by the Sauta Fo and Rook Island meeting tho rates named The Union Pacific and Bur lington have not yot met tho rate A Servian Raid VIENNA March received here say that a band of Servian militia tried to capture a Bosnian village of Grange but woro repulsed after a sharp fight by the Austrian gen d armcs During tlio engage incut several wove killocl on both sides Tho Austrian Government has demanded an ex planation Clearing Houso Exchanges BOSTON March table compiled from dispatches from tho leading clearing houses of tho country show tho gross ox changes for tho lustweok an increase of 03 per cent over tho corre sponding period of last Hanged a Slave Dealer ZAN21DAR au thorities have hanged dealer for trying to embark slaves at Bagamoyo ULlllU UJIU O marketable commodities easily turned into cash A GOVERNMENT CATASTROPHE Another impending sensation which was freely discussed in tho lobbies of Parliament clubs last night though not made public yet is that SolicitorGeneral Sir Edward Clark will soon ilgtiro in a suit for divorce This is very awkward for the Government who have boon building on the OShea di vorce suit serving them as a card against Paruoll Singularly enough Clark has been retained to plead for OShoa in his suit Just how far tho proceedings havo gone against tho SolicitorGeneral cannot be learned now but they have gone far enough to create much comment and no little anxi ety among Sir Edwards political friends It Is said that everything is being done to oiloct a settlement HAHD ON COKPORATIONS Under tho now Goschen registry law cor porations must pay government taxes on the amount of capital invested before tho pub lic is asked or even allowed to subscribe The income from this source groat The stamp tax paid this week by one cor poration floating the great Peruvian scheme in which Grace is supposed to bo interested amounted to TUB COMING RACES Tho latest odds on the OxfordCambridge boat race next Wednesday aro six to four on Oxford For tho Lincoln handicap tho first big ho wo race of tho season which is for the same day Lord Kodneys Darby dale is a strong favorite with Sweet Briar next at eight to one In the grand national tixed for Friday Ilox is a strong favorite eight to one ANOTHER AJiIEHICAN DtTCIIUSS Consuela Yznaga for some time Lady Man dovillois by tho death fatherinlaw at Naples now Duchess of Manchester The Hammerslcy Duchess of Marlborougb is therefore no longer tho solo American Duchess Fifteen years of under martial indignities have been needed to bring the her ducal Her hus band has only boon her husband in name Ho has run tho gamut of fast disgraces his position as tho friend of Bessie Bell wood tho Music Hall singer with whom he has beon living lately sufficiently indi cating tho depth to which tho Montague for nearly 300 fallen in his person When ho was mixed up in a police court TOW the result of his muscular Bessio assaulting a cabman so ciety was shocked but thosowho knew hin wero not surprised Few men have led move erratic lives than tho present Duko of Manchester Eight yerrs ago ho came to New York with Lady Mandcvillo as a guest of Mr W K Vander and stayed with them for several months going to Newport with them when tho season here was over While here the Duke went in for sports of all kinds anc among others pigeonshooting at whichhe is an adopt and shota sensational match iu a snow storm with Mr George Deforest Grant that gentleman winning the match Lord Mandovllle first cameto this country with his father on a tour of inspection nected with an English syndicate about eighteen years ago and at the age of he became engaged and married Miss Consuela Yznaga Del Valie the daughter Antonce Yznaga Del Valle of Raveuswood Tho wedding took place at Grace church and was the ovcmt of tho Morgan Dlx officiated Miss Consuola Yznaga was Toatly mourned over justly when It was known that she was to marry She was very beautiful It was thougut at one time she had accepted James Gordon Tho rumor is current that Lord JManclo villo now Duko of first heard of his fathers death while drinking paigno in company with sporting 211011 and professional gamblers at tho which ho makes his The tele grani was sent thereas a matter of When it was handed him his careworn face lit tip for a moment and he gave it to his present favorite Bellwood Music Hall fame Duko loft by tho club train this after noon on his way to Naples to visit ager Duchess At the Bell wood was committedto Hplloway prison for twenty days in default of nonpayment of a debt Of THE It isannouaced the ley Exhibition will be opened to the public on March 24th and the public interest has been greatly quickened thereby No show for many years has attracted more earnest interest than this Indeed Africa is the topic of the The English admiration or Stanley Is unbounded Amid all the petty and often discreditable fads and oibies of the day it is refreshing to see with what genuine appreciation this great heroic sharacter is regarded It shows that there s a goodly strain of heroism still in tho British character for only heroic minds can somprehend a hero Among the more notable exhibits the King of Belgians sends a selection from his unrevealed Congo selections Captain ft ebb of Newstcad Abbey Livingstones old and stancli friend has placed a rich collection at tho disposal of the This includes many Livingstone relics such as the gold aced consular cap that was an inseparably jompanion of the traveler during his last ourneys Captain Webb morever sends nany hunting trophies collected by him self when he was u mighty hunter in South Africa Captain Wilkinson send ionio uniquo elephant assegais and other articles collected by him when in Mata Boleland and Mashonalancl thirty years ago when heand his comrades were nearly mmlered because they wero mistaken for Portuguese Another interesting feature which will probably prove a great popular attraction is a built up model nearly tho size of na ture exhibiting typical scenes in Central Africa native life incidents connected with Aral slave raiding and other features As ipsirfc of the background to these scenes is i representation of Stanleys Mount Kuwen for the construction of which Captain Nelson has given valuable hints Another has a background iiew of tho groat forest of Aruwimi in which the Emin ex pedition got entangled TUB DEBTS OF AN ORLEANS PRINCE PARIS March young Due dOr Icnus the captive at tho Olacaux peniten tiary is not tho only member of the young branch of the Orleans family who has got into difficulty in connection with money matters His cousin Prince Henri do Char tres has likewise been a source of consider able trouble to his family in this respect He is twentythroe years old and was prac tically sent into exile by his father when he gave him his choice of facing disgrace or of spending a couple of years iu tho wilds of Central Asia under the eye of the great traveler Bonvallot Prince Henri used when iu Paris to pass his evenings at Lo Chat Noir in the company of royalist nobles of ills age and of fast women He contracted many debts gambled constantly and bad no luck One of his gambling debts amounted to francs Whonhis father was ap plied to for tho money he was stricken utrhast for ho is far from being as wealthy as his older brother tho Comte de Paris The liabilities of tho young man however had to be mot and it was cur rently reported at the time that the Hebrew millionaire Baron Ilirsh helped the Duke towards effecting a settlement The Orleans Princes were frequent visitors attho Barons town residence and also at his country seat and this perhaps gave rise to the rumor ofthe groat financiers in tervention In Additional color was lent to the report by the active manner in which weeks afterthe payment of Prince Henris tho Due do Ohartior his uncle tbo Comto de Paris began to canvass in iayor of the admissioncofthe Baron to the Jockey Club On the day ballot there wore how over only six votes for the Baron Pre sumably these werethe four Orleans Pnncesv Baron Hirsch was so mortified that he re solvedlo go and live in England Tho Baron is very generous He has given millions for the endowment of Jewish uni versities in the AustroHungarian Empire His change of residence will bo a great loss to all classes here Mounding Revelations Concerning the Sew York Sheriff HISTORY OF THE VILE CONSPIRACY His Mistress Joined the Church Which Brought About a Deuo Crimes Committed Negro Woman De Burchell is Happy HONORS FOB THE DEAD FtfNERAt SERVICES OVER THE RE MAINS O3 GEN CBO OK Eloquent Addresses Order of Street Thronged With Touching Incident CHICAGO March Crooks body is on its way to its last resting place at Oak land Md From 8 oclock this rooming un til 1 oclock this afternoon a dense crowd of people surroxinded the Grand Pacific Hotel and struggled to obtain entrance to take a last view of the dead Through tho parlor where tho remains lay in state the silent thousands passed until as the time of service drew near police were tbo foot of the stairways to stop the move ment of people The parlors and halls on the second floor wero crowded to suffocation when Rev Dr McPherson delivered tho opening prayer It is doubtful if any funeral iu Chicago brought out a larger concourse of people At the close of tho prayer a quartette of the Second Presbyterian church sang and was followed by Bev Dr Thomas who quoted from the Nintieth Psalm and a chap tor from Job in the course of his brief remarks Prof Swing then delivered a most elo quent tribute to the dead general After another song by the quartette Mr McPher son spoke at length and Dr Clinton Locke closed tho services with the benediction Mrs Crook then took Capt Kings arm and took a last look at tho dead She was then driven quietly to tho B and the casket was removed to the catafalque and the procession moved slowly to the depot through Clark and Washington streets The sidewalks lor the whole distance were densely crowded with people The procession moved iu the following order A batalion of police D Battery Illinois National Guard First Regiment band and distinguished guests in carriages Catafalque guarded by six noncommis sioned officers Second Regiment band Second Infantry I N Fourth Regiment bind Fourth Regiment Infantry L N Loyal Legion Grand the Republic The car on the train containing the casket was covered with black while tho interior was covered with American special Pullman for Mrs Crook and tbo escort was heavily draped outside in black looped with narrow bands of white The remains will reach Oakland tomorrow where the final interment will take place The list of distinguished honor ary pallbearers here was given in yester days A painful incident of the services at the Grand Pacific was the report that General Crooksaged brother Walter Crook of Dayton Ohio had suffered a fatal stroke of paralysis rotunda of the hotel This caused a groat sensation and precautious were taken to keep the news from reaching the already brokendown widow fof the soldier Investigation soon proved the Mr Crook is rather feeble and being pushed around in the dense crowd he became so f ainvthat for a time lie was tumbletomove but soon re coveredwhen taken to his room A touching incident was the visit paid to the remains by General Crooks old comrades and followofflcors members of the Loyal soldiers was headed by exPresident Hayes arid Judge Greshara looks but his beard and hair are whiter He was sadly depressed by the death of General arid in an interview this evening this terribly It brings back very forcibly ray own bereavement GeneralCrook were very intimate own loss if accentuated 23 Dispatch San Traricisco The lead house hereiIs aman ago wasouejor NEW YORK March Dispatch Francisco Sher iff of the city of New York a man making a year out of his office and until a few months since the chief oflicer of Tam many was last night a prisoner under one of his own deputies having boen convicted of conspiracy in obtaining a fraudulent di from his wife The case is one of tho most remarkable on record and altogether without a parallel Flack was a wealthy man when lie entered politics and has be come still wealthier since His political am bition was said to be almost unbounded Ho reckoned on serving a term as sheriff and then becoming either mayor of the city as Grant had done or succeeding to him as Governor There was A strong likelihood that his political ambition would be grati fied for he ruled tho political machine and stood well with people generally He had lived in tho city practically his whole life and had a host of friends yet to one sot he was known as Raymond and to another as Flack His wife a simple affectionate woman ho had practically deserted twenty years ago and during that tlmo had lived mostly with a Mrs Sarah Cherry or Ray mond and by her had a son now a well grown young man Things wero going perfectly to Flacks satisfaction when one day tho papers an nounced the fact that Mrs Flack was suing her husband for a divorce on the ground of adultery This Mrs Flack denied Then came to light tho great conspiracy which led to tho trial just closed It was shown that Flack and son had conspired to geta divorce from Mrs Flack without her knowl edge had fraudulently procured her signa ture to a petition for a divorce pretending that it was an agreement to represent as to alimony employed an attorney to represent her produced witnesses supposedly her friends who testified against Flack and even brought forward a woman who per sonated the wronged wife The matterwas carried forward by the aid of Judge Book staver who passed on the case referring it to Lawyer Meoks a friend of the Flacks who up to this time had borne a clear record but who is now convicted as a felon At the trial Flack was represented by exJudge Fullertou charge of the prosecution in the Beocher case and an other brilliant attorney named Russell The people were represented by a hitherto unheardof young man named GolY who has made much name for himself m this case as another man JDclancey Nicoll made in the famous boodle alderman cases The testimony was conclusive against Flack and his coconspirators The defense relied on testimony which tho judge threw out Flackrefused to take the stand but his son did and mad a the case more hopeless than before by admitting to numerous perjuries Colonel Fellows made one of the greatest speeches of his life for the prosecution flay ing Flack and his son for their fiendish conduct as he characterized it Tho defense took the only ground that it could a justifi cation of Flacks conduct on the ground that it was no harm to keep a mistress and rather honorable for him to want to marry her so as to legitimize his offspring As to Flacks uufaitJif uluess Russell said Why there are many men having im proper relations with women who are yet decent reputable There was Sir Alex ander Cookburn LordChief Justice of Eng had a mistress and six children by her and who was yet received into society the fact being known I could name hundreds of men unfaithful to the marital relationship but they did not offend against the eleventh be found out I know men of this kind who are honor able truthful and upright He then paid this compliment to the press Divorces have been granted by the hundreds of thousands for just such cause as this Papers have been kept secret and tho reporters have beenexcluded from their examination always but some how or other the case turned up Flack against Flack The newspapers were dull there were no swells killing swells politics did not afford excitement business was down and the circulation was falling off Something must be done to cry an extra in the street and so reporters wero pressed into this case They got hold of Mrs Flack and had her judgment perverted and so it was gotton up by the newspapers as a sensation and a hue and cry has been Mrs Raymond Flacks mistress was in dicted with the others but she was sent out of the city in time to avoid arrest and trial To her Flack can blame bis disgrace After living an unholy life for many years she suddenly became religious and joined the Episcopal church This did not however alter her relations with Flack but made herpavetheway to fix things up decently and she insisted on Flack marrying her This he refused to do though she said she was desirous that her son should become an Episcopal clergynmri and she was study ing to that end and she wished him made legitimate She threatened to expose the whole story if he did not raarry her Flack saw then that tho only thing to be done was to get a divorce by fraud and his wife being a Catholic tinalterably opposed to divorce he got his sou whom she dearly loved to play her the vile work was done Governor Hill decided on Mon day to remove Flack and appoint Eugene Ridgewait as his successor Book staver will probably be impeached by the Legislature BTTBCHELr ENJOYS HIMSELF WOODSTOCK continues to enjoy life in jail This morn ing he received a book entitled The Way to by D L Moody The address was written womans on the fly leaf From one who loves Toot cashier of the United States Express Company whose mysterious disappearance last November created much speculation until it was loamed xluit ho was a defaulter returned homo hist night and gave lumsell up to tho authorities Would Not bo Controlled BERLIN March was ob served today with the usual ceremonies Tho Prince of Wales Empress Frederick and Chancellor von Caprivi wero present at the services in the chapel and afterwards et a state banquet The Vossteclte Zcitund says that bismarcic in answer to the Emperors demand for an axplanation of his interview with Windthorst insisted that he should not be controlled Ho told the Emperor that he was quite ready to resign if his retention of offlee was not desired that he only retained it to full fill his promises to Emperor William T The Hamburger XatfiriMcn declares that Bismarck was deeply affected and expected the Emperor to ask him to reconsider his resignation Bismarck Declities a Grant LOXDOK March Standards Ber lin correspondent says that it is reported that Bismarck has accepted tho Colonel Generalship but he declined tho Dukedom and grant stating that it is not in harmony with his principles to accept a grant in view of increasing the burdens of the tax payers You Badowitz has declined to succeed Count Herbert Bismarck Chan cellor Yon Caprivi has addressed a note io the German Ambassadors abroad in which he Intimates that he will continue the policy of Bismarck THE RECORD OF DISASTER THE POLITICS OF EUROPE Salisbury Fulls to Disperse tie Gloom Enveloping His Party BALFOURS UNPOPULAR LAND BILL Parncll Wants the Forgeries Investi Forebodings iu Gev Kaisers Ability to Run the Government is Crispi Threatened With Disaster THREE CHARRED BODIES FOUND IX SEATTLE RUINS Pralrio Fires Raging mite Magazine Struck by Threo Persons Blown to Atoms BEHEADEDBT HER SON IELE Tenn atro cious rhurder was committed here today the victim being Mrs Sally and the murder her elevenyearold Mr Holson was away for a short time this morning and on returning to the house found his wifes body laying on the floor and the head several feet away The hoy was playing with theother children his clothing saturated1 with He at first blood camefrom a chicken which he had but finally admitted he had committed He said his mother laid a block and told himthat if he did her head off she1 would kill She hoys story is not and he was placed in irig furtherin vestigation A CHINAitAK DOTTJQUE March a Chinese was this Cook assistant shot himself Thereinadbeen aTOW about DECATUR JIarch man named Barr was blown to atoms rind a woman and child instantly killed yesterday afternoon by a nitroglycerino explosion near Stone station Banwas taking the explosive to aii oil well in a wagon and the cause of tho explosion is unknown Tho woman and child wero sitting at tho window of a houso in front of which the explosion occurred The horse wagon and man were blown into small fragments FIRES IX CHICAGO March special dispatch from Burlington Colorado says prairie fires n Southern Colorado are doing great dam DENVER March Burlington special says Nearly acres in the Eastern portion of the State have been burned over by prairie fires which arc not yet extinguished A number of houses and a large quantity of hay is reported burned Several lives are reported to bo lost though the latter report is not confirmed The fire was started by hunters THE PENNSYLVANIA FLOODS PiiTSBUua March Monoagahela and Allegheny rivers reached the highest mark of tho present afternoon twentyfour feet Rivermon feel less ap prehension tonight and think the rivers will soon fall So far no serious damage has beon done although a largo portion the lower section of Allegheny City and Pitts burg ore partially submerged The base ments of residences and business houses aro being flooded The new Brotherhood ball park is badly damaged the lower floor of the Exposition building is under water Dispatches from points along the upper Monongahebj and Youghioghey rivers re port considerable damage At Johnstown today however the water is receding and fears of a serious flood have subsided THREE BODIEL SOUND ST PAUL March Pioneer Press sec ial from Seattle says In searching the ruins of the fire which destroyed the Stetson Post block Friday night the charred remains of three bodies were found today two men and one woman One of the men was named Jones but the others are not known THE AVRBCK AT JOKTAGE ROCHESTER N March do tails of last nights wreck at Portage show that three train men were killed one fatally injured three seriously and several passengers cut and bruised A mistake of the train dispatcher caused the wreck HIGH WATER AT CINCINNATI CINCINNATI March river here is rising rapidly tonight and at midnight is 55 feet 3 inches As the situation above is improving tis hoped there will be no serious flood here Some anxiety is felt however The low lands are already Hooded to a con siderable extent Three men who went out from Newport in a ski ft this afternoon were drowned by the capsizing of their craft EXPLODED BY LIGHTNING PANAMA March the severe electric storm that swept over the mining town of Hanchica ia recently the lightning struck a magazino exploding 200 cases of dynamite and giant powder The entire works were wrecked and live persons killed outright and forty more or less ser iously THE PRETENDERS INSOLENCE The Real Reason Why the Duke of Orleans was Imprisoned NEW YORK March Paris corres pondent of the World says I have learned from a trustworthy source that the follow ing is the real reason why the Government enforced the sentence against the young Duke of Orleans On the day before his re moval to Glairvaux a high official called on the Duke in his cell and told him that he would be set at liberty on the morrow if he would give his parole not toreenter France as long as tbe expulsion decree was in force The young Duke who had been dining heavily as usual was insolent to this peacebearer and shouted out I dont want your pardon I wont take you let me go I will re turn and return again as often asl choose until tbe day comes when we shall drive ail your rebels out of the country You may tell that to the people who sent The official endeavored to reason with him but ib was useless In consequence of his report to the Cabinet it was decided to anforcethe C THE QUEEN OF THE TUKF Sunols Trainer is Confident of Beat ing1 Maud NEW YORK March Dispatch Francisco Chronicle Stanfords consignment of Palo Alto trotting stock to be sold onTuesday and Wednes day arrived Friday It comprises over one hundred head and filed seven cars All are in fair condition When KohertBonner bought Sunol one of propositions to Trainer Marvin wasthat if he would drive Sunolshefore the expira tion of last lessthan record he would make him a present of He failed to doso and yesterday morning Bonner renewedhis telling Marvin should have S1000 if Sunol reduced aiaud record during the presentyear surely have trotted LONDON March San Francisco Chronicle JMatt mid tixprcss correspondent cables Conservative press is trying to show that Thursdays mooting has imparted new strength to the party and that depression has entirely disappeared It is alleged that the confident assumed by Lord Salis bury and others has completely dispelled the despondency arising from tho re peated defeats of tlio Tories at tho Byo elections The absurdity of this is too ap parent to mako any sort of contradiction necessary Lord Salisbury did not go so ar as to mako any direct statement is to when ho might appeal to tho country but a number of members received private as surances that tho Ministers sec nothing ahead which is likely to prevent tho present Parliament surviving for its full term Tliis may safely bo said so loug as enough Tories and Unionists stick the Govern ment through thick and thin to give it a majority on all important divisions LaBoucheros motion for tho abolition of hereditary peers received tho votes of Sir William Vernon Ilawoourt Morley Herbert Gladstone Brice Arnold Morley Cyril Flower and BulY and of several Unionists including Gaine and Richard Chamberlain Mr Gladstone loft tho Houso just boioro a division was taken START A PAPER Tho World correspondent Michael Davitt is about to start a weekly paper here named tho Labor World It will be an organ of the labor ovmemcnt in Great Britain and Ire land and will advocate radical reform on 1ibor land and questions affecting the social condition of the toiling masses Tho paper will as a matter of course give to tne cause of Home Rule that strenuous uneompromis which is to be expected from tho political status of its editor Davitt has always stood well with tho working classes of Great Britain and is very popular among the democracy everywhere on this sido of tlio water The paper under the editorial control of tho father of the Land League will render invaluable service to Parnell by its teachings and influence among tho labor organizations of England Scotland and U4UiJO w Wales Those who know Davitt need not be assured that the paper ho will edit and bti responsible for will bo thoroughly and independent BALFOURS UNPOPULAR Davitt who arrived from Dublin today was asked by a World correspondent what he found out there about the new Land Purchase Bill I found out nothing at he said it is more closely guarded than auv public document over printed since the homo rule The report here is Balfour will introduce tho bill Monday so that it will be as unpalatable to tho Irish landowners as to tuo Irish tenants The be lief prevails among the Irish Tories that the bill will propose to give them only Irish se curity for the payment by tenants of the purchase money on their farms while they want imperial security and wont accept the bill without it In that event Balfour will drop the bill altogether THE FOIWSERV INQU1RV Parnell will give notfco of His motion for a committee of inquiry into the forgery con spiracy It will probably be discussed at an early day Neither Parnell nor the Liberal traders place the least reliance in the report that the Government will grant the inquiry asked though they might try to get out of tbo difficulty by giving a restricted one which will be useless FORBODINGS IN QEKMANV BERLIN March 23 The resignation of Prince Bismarck which was neceivcd at first with general complacency and without much care one way or tho other is now arousing considerable fear among the people which increases as tho alleged full signifi cance of his act becomes understood la other words the possibility of a war when the Kaiser takes into his own hands the re lations of the German empire with Austria and tho last is having the effect of disturb ing the former comparative indifference The German people accepted Bismarcks withdrawal as a natural and inevitable event and were very glad of it for the mass of the people have had in the government no worse foe than tho Iron Chancellor Be side this they expressed tranquil confidence in the Kaiser who might not do all things wisely but who seemed to have their particular wekaro at heart Today however the Progressist newspapers discuss the prospects as some what more doubtful and aro full of fore bodings as to what may happen with an un trained Kaiser in the full swing of his power without the restricting counsel Of the old advisers of his grandfather They speak of him as a young man of superabundant nerv ous energy and despotic spirit and they profess to dread the results of his rule This scare is in tho way of a reaction from the natural pleasure which was felt at Bis marcks iron hand being lifted from the people and will probably be shortlived ANOTHER PREMIER IN DANGER ROME March 23 good deal of trepida tion exists in the Italian Government in consequence of the resignation of Prince Bismarck because of the uncertainty whioh is felt with regard to changes which will fol low it in European affairs It is feared that since Bismarcks support of the Italian Cabinet Is now gone Crispi compelled to resign the Premiership in a short time Senator Blairs Hobby NEW YOKE March 23 The Washington correspondent statos that Sena tor Blairs wife told a friend a few that she dared not think of the effect upon Senator Blair if his educational bill feated His whole mind had been centered on it that fears had been expressed that it aggravate Senator Blairs eccentricl ties which have been Increasingor late years and that he had become maniac upon his bill He is convincedthat there is a conspiracy against spiracy among his brother Senators and conspiracy of the last laU if the rains inCalil6rD4a had not beetfsbcontinuousi that thiB year Siriol of the tartf and1 S will te a A French Composer Disappears is March A7 sensation is caused by disappearance of Saint ofhisi JlJiS HOT DCGll JlJi r T death Is current toniglrb and another was th at he ha   

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