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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - March 27, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                total circulation of The Tribune lart week was over If yoa want Houiei BOOBM or Servants patronize theWant Columns of The Tribune PRICE FIVE CENTS VOL 143 SALT LAKE CITY TJTAH THURSDAY MABCH 27 1890 MARSHAL PARSONSREVENGE Miller and the Marshal Engaged in a Common Cause WHY MR MKAY IS TO BE REMOVED Confident After Kla EncmiW of MahoH Ad Bankruptcy BillPol itioal Prosccu lionsTariff Changes aud future and imposing special taxes on theroin A hilcf caucus of tho Republican Senators today approved the order of business ar nMiKcd by the comrnlttooon programme It includes tho antitrust bill dependent pension hill tho administrative customs bill and bills for the admission of Territories Besides there wilt ociur tho debate on the Montana election Views on the Land Purchase Bill LONJJOX March 26 A nurnbor of mem bers of the Commons were Interviewed to day in reference to the land purchase bill Tho Ik of the Conservatives and Union ists approve the measure All the Parnell tos condemn it as clearly itt the Interest of indlords Sir Charles Russell said that he vould approve DO land purchase scheme un accompanied by a homerule measure he oxministers withheld their opinions The bulk of tho Gladstones disapprove the A WOMANS TERRIBLE DEED Howa Wife Wound up a Prolonged Spree O AKE TUUJTTWK M7 D March 26 1ROO io report that Assistant Attor McKay of TTtah has already Uccri re cfl is Such action has not vet boon taken by tho Doparimont of JUH Ho will nowevor shortly bo replaced by another attorney and the district attor nyht Halt Lake been notified to this The reason as Htatod at the De partment iHttcertaln report of irrepilarl tins found In McKays conduct of the office of and made and filed prior io his appointment Ti IH nuito probablo that Marshal Pwraons orouKht this matter Blronsly to tho Attor oeyGonendK attention and added to that chirfic several others of his own preferring connected with tho light against his con Tt is umlorKtoofl that Parsons accuses Mo Kay of supporting falsn testimony de IverMl Kovornl ailiflavlts In Mipport of the charge among a few sworn fitato muiitt from partlfts who had previously wadr allKlavits gainst TursonH and who nowfwtinr that wild wore pro cirod by PrwtensfiH ami without their knowledge nf thn wmtonte Parsons is hfo oaso with a and is strongly backed bv JusUco Tho decision to remove McKay is an incident In the con House expects to vote on tho Wyoming fmlsslon bill tomorrow As soon us It Is posed of tho Mrmds of Idaho will mako un olTort to push lobJito on the bill to admit that Territory Ihibols said to jlpbt that be bad no fears as to tbo result and that wbllo thoro Wcoly to bo a sharp skirmish of words with tho obstruc tionists ho bnllovod that hill will ro celvo tho full republican vote and will di vide tbo Democratic strength TUK TOHUBV JtANKUUTTOV March Dls Franclftco Clironinlc Vouso Oommlttoo on Judiciary yesterday upon what Is known tho Torroy Bankruptcy bill This bill was prepared by Mr Torroy a morn hotof tho bar oC SU Louis wbo bas plvon tho subject of bankruptcy study for many yours It war Mloptffl by I ho National Hoard of Trade which jmot ut St Louis In J88S after full dis cussion and consideration of tho bill in do tail Tbo load ins feature of tho bill af compared with tho bankruptcy law oC 1807 is that It Is loss expensive and tho rnacbln iry provided by the act lew complicated Tbo preat objootlon to tho act of 1SB7 tbo enormous exponso of marshals dorks and roclstors foes rosuHlcig in almost every Sso in leuvlnp nothing for tho creditors Tlio proposal bill oliminatos nil those objoo il bin and will commend Use f think to all those who in favor of tbo passage of a bankruptcy law NKW MUXICO AND WASHINGTON March Poss House GommlUoo on rorrl torlos bold a mcillng Cor tbo purposoof con sldcrlnK tbo hill to provide an tumbling ao for Now Moxlco After discussion a rosolu lion wns adopted by a party voto hnt further consideration of tho bill b nostiJonod nnd that a subcoinmlttoo of lv bo appointed to oonsldor tbo propriety of ro oortliiK to tho full an ouftbl n act under which Now Mexico maybo adcle Tudor the Constitution prepared at the con convention at Santa Fo In Goto bol JWW Tbo bill for an anabllnp act fo Arizona will also bo referred to tho sain subconiTrtlUeo A NKW CUSTOMS niSTRTCT Sooretary Wlndoin recommends tho pasa aco of a blll to establish tbo customs collec tion district of 1ujsotSound Tbo bill makes Washington tlio customs district of Pugot Sound Port Townsund tho port of entry and Taoonm and Seattle subports o entry ana delivery The collector of the district Is to receive a salary of S40M and tbo deputy col lectors at Seattle and TaconmfcJOOO oaoli PUBLIC Dills for the erection of public buildings today reported to tbo Houso by tbo Committee on Public Buildings as follows qookane Falls site for building Stockton Helena INDIAN DEPREnATlON CLAIMS Herrmann oi Oregon today reported I tho House from the Committee on Indian Depredation Claims his bill to provide for the adjudication aud payment of these elaiins WANTS HIS WIFE AND Qnons Loo a Chinese laundry man platteraouth 1ms askod the Treasury Department whether ho oan send to China for his wife and children Another Great Crevasse NKW OKLKANH March Tho Timcs Dcmocmis VlcksburK special Tho levee in ront of Skipwlth about seventy miles ihovo Vlcksfourg broke this morning and crovasso Is now over 400 yards wide Mie water In tho town Is up to the eaves of lie houses and tho people are reported as IfiOing for tlieir Tho water from tho will Hood an Immense tract of coun ry south and east of it embracing part of county Sharkey south of Rolling i1ork and all of Warren county north of the Yazoo river k STREET GAR DRIVERS REVENGE Ho Pays off an Old Score by Killing a Railway terious Disappearances of Young Reporter in Con tempt CONCERTS STRICTLY AMERICAN IMPORTANT STEP IN THE AD VANCEMENT OJT MUSIC Wellington LoJtclH offWlth an Innovation and American IVTuHiciuiiH for American Thurbors Project him that a place could be found for him with General Crooks own staff and whenthe body was lowered into thegrave this man slood by the coffin There was another man of the same detachment of rebel cavalry came down from Grafton to pay his old foeman the same honor I am sorry to say I did not get his name but Faye pointed him out to WASHINGTON Naroh evening at Lincoln Music Hall In tho presence of a dis tinguished and critical audience an ira portanfc stop Avas taken In tho work Of placing American rnuslo on a piano with ctjier branches of American art by the rendition for tho first tlmo of a oncort programme selected wholly from compositions of Americans Tho idea of dlstlnctlvoly American concerts lias at considerable attention among music loving persons throughout tho country and has resulted In directing notice to the vapid progress made in tho within a comparatively rocont period not only in the porfoirnanoo bub In tho study and composi tion of music Tho oiitortalnmont tonight which was under tho auspices of tho National Con servatory of Miislc was Intended to be tho of a sories of strictly American concerts which Thurbor tho projector oi tho scheme liopos will ombraea tlio load ing olUoft of tho country tho object being most fully to apprize tho American people of tho works of nativeborn citizens and stimu late tlio increasing interest in music of a high grade Tlio soloists at these concorts will also bo Americans and in many Instances tho selec tions will bo personally conducted by the composers Tho concerts will conclude with a grand American composers festival the Jlrsfc of the kind ever held to tako place at Oimiha November 27th 28th Tho programme presented tonight ropro son tod groups of American compos ers Tho selections consisted of short pieces adaptor 10 Illustrate and contrast tho diversity and originality of thought adept noss at orchestration and typical character istics tho composers Each number on the programme was well and carefully rendered and tho American Composers Couccrt was very successfully inaugurated A KACJi FOR A WIFE Ho says that he Intends to become a clttzon of the United gtatos and intimates that he Is wealthy In replyAssistant Secretary Tlchonor says that his occupation as a laundry man doosnot ex clude him from tho class oflaborers and that ho cannot claim immunity for his rela tives from Chinese restriction by reason of bis Intention to become a citizen of the United States since tho law prohibits tho admission of any Chinese into citizenship His wife and children cannot bo admitted otherwise than upon tho production of a cer tificate from the Chinese Government de claring them persons cthor than laborers WORKING ON THE XA1UVP Tho Republican members of tho Ways and Means Committee spent tho day in consulta tion over tho tariff bill Several delegations hoard Tho principal action of the day was a recommendation of tho decision to tax hides and they have boon restored to the f roo list Tho duty on jute bagging was increased POLITICAL ASSESSMENT TROSKOUTIONS Warrants wore today sworn out against 0 A Newton andJ J Versor upon a charge of violating the Civil Service law in sioliclt inff and receiving contributions from Gov ernment employes for political purposes Newton and Versor wore president and treasurer of tho Dominion Republican League SAX ON OPTIONSAND The Committee on Agriculture has author 1 zed a favorable report with anamendment f the Buttfcrworth bill detaining options Throe Aspirants for tho Hand of a Younff Lady AKRON Ohio March Dis Francisco Chronicle Shortly before noon today Jacob 11 Sprout a wellknown farmer oi JMogadoro hastily drovo up to tho courthouse and procured a marriage llconso for himself and Miss Luclnda Snydor After receiving tho pro clous iiocumont ho asked whether another llconso had boon issued for some one olso to marry tho same girl and on bo Ing answered alllrmatlvoly he grow voryexcltod and loft post haste for Moga doro to cinlrn his btldo Ho bad scarcely loft when another swain appeared in the person of Samuol P Creamer who vory do took out a license for himself and Luclnda Being Informed of Spranklos visit Crea mer hold a consultation with his friends and is said to liavo boarded a valloy train for Krumroy station throe miles from Mogadoro If ho moots with no mishap Creamer will bo ablo to arrive bo foro Spranklo Tho race for a wife appar ently narrows down to a tost of tho vail way and a sturdy pair oJ logs against a horso and buggy All tho parties arc well todo and quite prominent THEY SING METHODIST HYMNS An Oskosh Priest Finds Faxilt With tho Schools i OSKOSH March Dis Francisco Chronicle You may exclude thoBlblo from the school if you will but a Method 1st hymn will ring round Ib said Father OBrien in St rotors church referring to tho singing of Methodist hymns in tho normal school Ro approved in tho highest terms of tbo decis ion of tho Supreme Court concerning the exclusion of tho Bible from the public schools but ho thought the Method ist hymn book should go also as ho said it had no more right there than the Catholic or Lutheran hymn book had Ho had nothing against tho Mothodist by mas in their place but they wore out of place in a school attended by pupils of different creeds and hy pupils of no orcod Father OBrien said that ho had heard of several complaints against the religious ex ercises in the normal school though he had boon in the city but a year and a half The fact that Catholic students wish to be ex cused from participation in those exercises was sufficient ho thought to prove that they were opposed to them DR RYLANCE VINDICATED NKW YORK March Dis Francisco Chronicle A terrible sight met an officer who was summoned to a flat house near Second avenue and SeventySecond street today Standing by a table containing the remains of a meal and steadying herself against the wall with her right hand was a tall well built woman with a strongly masculine cast of features The deathly pallor of her face was Intensified by the big splashes of blood which marked it Her left arm which hung down terminated at tho wrist in a ragged and bleeding stump and the blood which came from tho severed vein made little pools on the oil cloth on the floor An ambulance convoyed the woman to a hospital She refused to answer all in quiries and a search was made for tho miss ing hand It was found in tho parlor lying on the pretty brussels carpet embedded in a great thick clott of blood All around were blood marks and drops and spatteVs had fallen upon tbo furniture and stained the white marble of the centre table Un der a sowing machine about a foot and n half from tho mass of blood upon which the severed hand lay was a big bread knife It is nob known exactly how she mutilated herself but tho way things look in tho par lor the woman must have knelt in a small space between the sewing machine and the marble centortahlo and pressing her left wrist on tho carpet hacked away until the knife and the carpet met The housekeeper says tho womans name was Mrs Mary Giles nnd that her husband had left her about a year ago on jiccount of her heavy drinking habit Sho had threechildren Her sickening solfmntllatlon was the cul mination of a drunken orgie begun last Sun day She alternated between drinking and beating her children until they wore forced to seek safety in flight to one of the neigh bors She died this evening AN onoANiKisn BOODLE GANG Dis of the most remarkable organizations in any State was that whichbanded together in Sloon township this county recently under tho name of the Boodle Tbo society Is a secret one and its penalties are severe Its avowed purpose is bribery The order is composed of about thirty members and at a recent meeting officers wore elected The secretarys books and dismay resulted in tho had docidpd to their influ ence on a certain rfuesLion BErOUTEa OnOATB IN TROUBLE NEW YORK March order has been issued requiring Re porter Choato who remained in the Flack jury room Saturday show cause on Friday why bo should not bo punished for criminal contempt MARYLAND FUNDS MISAPPROPRIATED ANNAPOLIS March Governor sent a message totho Legislature tonight transmitting a communication from the State Comptroller stattlng that he had dis covered a misappropriation of State securi ties In the hands oC State Treasurer Archer Treasurer Archer is lying critically ill at his homo in Belair A DJUVISRS REVBNGE LONG Crrr March D Moulton general superintendent of the Stonwaio railway was probably fatally shot this evening by John Roman aformer driver on tho Fourth Ave nue horso car lino Now York Tho shoot ing was evidently premeditated Moulton says thatwhen ho was connected with the Fourth Avenue road he discharged Roman and the latter had a grudge against him over since When arrested Roman said in a wild way that Moulton had been hound ing his family toryears and had driven him Roman crazy Mrs Moulton is at present in California MORE UENWELL TORONTO March Murray has received a letter from Alderson Sons Now York tolling of the mysterious disap pearance of Augustus RaAvlings and FranV Rogabld sons ot English gontlemon who wore lurod to Canada under the improrsioi that they could bo placed out as farm pupils One of them tho writer nnderstands paic In England and onothlrdpof this sum was sent to an agent In Toronto Tho ilrs named young man paid tor a part in terest in a farm at North Lindsay where ho scorns to have disappeared and theothei senta letter from Niagra Fiills in which he saldhe would give ah account of tho place in his next letter Ho has not been hearr of since A COAT OF TAR ANI FEATHERS N March 20 Newmai Matthews a wealthyfarmer hear Hartford who a short time ago married the youn widow of his brother lias not been gettin alonsr woll with her and many unhappj storfes have boon told Last night masked incn took him out brutally whipped him and then gavehima coat of tar ana feathers Hothinks he knowsthe assail ants and will prosecute them whon he ro covers A tOWN ROCHESTER N Murch ExTreas uw Davis whose shortage caused by in friends was brought up for sentence today bu broke down and the court postponed th matter until tomorrow Davis is now physical wreck Good News for Mrs PHILADELPHIA March James McCanley who has been living in abject poverty for a number years in this has learned that her husband who went West fourteen years ago and whora she sup posed dead is in Burke Idaho where he has accumulated She will join him Pool Selling Suppressed BALTIMORE March passing by the Legislature and signing by the Governor of the pool bill today has resulted in the closing of all the pool rooms in this city and the pool sellers are disconsolate Train Men Injured TACOMA March a collision of Northern Pacific freight trains this after noon Engineer Bailey was fatally injured and three other trainmen badly hurt AN ATCHISON CONFERENCE THE ANTITRUST DEBATE Spirited Remarks by Ingalls on the Strict DEMOCRATS AND THE CONSTITUTION act of organization limiting the suffrageto male suffrage Women might be sent The Proposition to Establish a Pacific Steamship lane CHICAGO March Marvel of he Atchison road has returned from a visit 0 the Pacific coast and was today in con erenco with some Eastern directors and financial backers of that company The irinclpal question under discussion was the cheme of the Atchison to establish a trans acifio steamship line from San Diego The mnual meeting will be heldnext month and 1 number of directors and stockholders will hengo to California in a body he system and coast terminals o complete arrangementsfor putting teanashlp line in operation AN END TO 1HB BATE WAR It is thought that the western passenger are In the way to a settlement again A meeting of general passenger igents today appointed a committee to souslder the question of reorganizing the Western States Passenger Association and nlarging Its scope so as to take in the transMissouri lines It is believed that the old agreement will be adopted and an end o the present rate war bo had MADAME TSEBRIKOYAS MEMORIAL THE IttiUE ANI THE GRAY A ToiiClYingTiliicicIent Fuuera of General Gibok March 2i The Wyoming Bill is Variously Com mented on in the men Afraid of Female Women Might go to Congress WASHINGTON March the Senate after transacting business of minor Import ance the antitrust bill was taken up and various formal amendments made Spooner offered an amendment giving com mittees authority to issue writs of injunction prohibiting combination from proceeding further in business except to wind up their affairs The legal bearing and effect of the amendment as well as the bill were gener ally discussed by Spooner Gray Stewart Hoar Vest Reagan and Eustis After some remarks in reply to something said by Eeagauyesterday Vest said that he would not say another word alwut the stitution He was prepared to He would like from Wyoming TO the Senate E B Taylor Dont you think that to put a good woman into the Senate might help it some If the gentleman himself were in the Senate I might doubt his propo sition thought the onponents of the bill were iu bad straits when they fell back for an objection upon the woman suffrage provision Kelly said that he would not he frightened if women bad seats on tho floor of the House and perhaps it would result in benefit Morey Ohio favored the hill and advo cated the civil and legal enfranchisement or women in ill the States of the Union After further debate tho House took a re cess until 11 oclock tomorrow Join the the Senator THE BRAVE WOMAN KNEW IT WOUtD LEAD TO HER EXILE icorge Kennan Copy of Her Letter to fclio Earnest Appeal for More Liberality KANSAS CITY March Associated Press dispatch from Petersburg this morning stated that Tsebri kova was arrested for personal letter to tho Czar and would probably be exiled to Siberia It was said that the Kussiau authorities intimated let terthreatenedtheOzar with the fate ofvlhis father unless he modified his reactionary Mr George Kennan wasseeKi jiated Press reporter today regarding the matter and told an interesting story He stated that MadamTrebrikova was a cul turedRussian who hadlong been known in her own a talented writer She resided In Paris for up to this year Keenan had a letter from her under date of January 26 in which said that she was about to senda memorial to the Czar which would probably lead to her arrest and soon she returapd to her native She enclosed a copy of this memorial to Kennaiy from which he makesextracts Itdoes not menace but be a reasonable review of the existing of things in Russia coupled withan earnest appealfor a more liberal policy In the let ter to Kennan she says that her friends tell her that she is foolhardy but she cares not She does not think favorably of revolution and bloodshed although she that it will some day come unless there is acbange It is however far The letterand memorial throughout are of high tone and Ken nan says that he desires to place the in before the public as a refutation of the charge of Russian officials that Western writers have idealized the nihilists beyond all of The Depression Accounted For BALTIMORE March Com merce Commissioners Bragg and Schoon maker took the testimony of a number o members of the Corn Exchange relative to the cause of the low prices of food products in the West ExPresident Mullock said that freight rates had nothing to do with the low price of corn The crop last year was unusually large and there had been an advance in ocean rates on account of the scarcity of fconnuge A number of others said the depression was due to the large crops and that the freight rates were as low as could be maintained by the railroads AMELIE RIVES VICTIM A STANGE3 DIET A Woman Who Has Lived Nine Years on Milk Punches NEW YORK March Bis Francisco Chronicle Series The neighbors of Mrs Mary Ann Rhoades a about 50 years old who lives at Green Point say that she has taken no milk punch for the last nine or ten years Mrs Kecler who lives in the same sn vs i I have lived in this house with Mrs Rhoades for the last five years and during that time I have Reen in rooms and she in mine every day I can positively say that she has not eaten a morsel ofsubstan tial food in all that time Indeed so faras I can remember she has not eaten any thing for the last nine or ton years Her husband was drowned about ten years ago and soon after his death Mary Ann was taken with a th ront trouble which became so serious that she was advised to go to Bellevue Hospital the hospital the throat trouble became so that she was unable to eat any thin to keep life in her and they gave her milk punches After recovered and had returned to her home she was still unable toi swallow She hasbeen continuing the mills punches ever I have often seen her attempt to eat and every time the effort would throw her into spasms Shehas never even taken tea or coffee into her stomach in allthis time Her milk punchesare a on art of milk and ten cents worth of whisky This is her breakfast dinner and from Ohio Sherman to say whether he con sidered the clause incorporated in the bill by Ingallss amendment tax on dealings in options constitutional or not He characterized the bill as a remarkable act of legislative Curtis said that he regarded the bill as the greatest usurpation of State rights ever attempted history of the Government Ingalls saidhisamendment was not in tended to interfere with bargains pur chases sales or exchange of any products of which the parties might be possessed or be the or which they intended act ually co deliver It was directed against the gigantic modem invention known as dealing in His amendment bad been met at every stage or the proceeding by the interposition of some question ol order or some question of constitutionality The people of tbo United States Ingalls continued have a reasonable degree of res pectfor the Constitution but they are not afraid of it The Constitution was a growth and not a manufacture and the Constitu tion of 1S90 by reason of the operation of the will of the people who made it was ii vastly dillerent instrument irom the Consti tution of 17S9 Its authors would not know it They made it for a spcciCc purpose not for the object enabling country lawyers to devise definitions or to put obstacles and barriers to the will of the people But the constitution was perpetually invoked by narrow and rigid and illiberal constitution alists as an insuperable barrier against every effort to benefit the condition of the people The Senators supporting the bill had been taunted with bad faith with with fighting a sham battle because they attempted to1 carry into effect which was entirely within the limits and provisions of the Constitution gentlemen Eustis George and Miad spentconsiderable time endeavoring to destroy that There bad been no step in national progress during the last thirtyfive years against which these Sena tors had not risen and against the Constitution He Ingalls recollected there was once a great demonstra tion to prove that there was no power in the Constitution tocoerce a State which saw fit to go out ol the Union yet the people had found it There had been similar protests against tne slavery in the reconstruction laws etc Recently when a resolution was offered to Inquire into a violation of a citi zens rights they held that the Government had aright to go anywhere else In the world Avhere the rights of American citizens were but had no powerto take care of the rights of American citizens assailed in Mississippi He these con of the Constitution a contemplation of the results of their criticisms during the last thirty Vest said that if the Senators representing the Southern States under the nroscriptiun announced by the Senator from they might as well be out of the Union Ho was under obligation to the did not take the construc by Ingalls He moved that Ingalls amendment make the license 000 instead of Eustis also replied to Ingalls remarks briefly and argued against the amendment If the Senator Ingalls sought to correct the morals of the people he Eustis asked him to leave out Louisiana want to take hoid of your lottery by and by Vests amendment was then adopted as were also the following By Butler extending the provisions of the bill to stocks and bonds BvEustis extending its powers to cotton rails boots and shoes lead and including woolen goods and whisky and all kinds of intoxicating drinks SAnJViift JLQ THE TKAGIC STORY OF POOR REN AXJDS INFATUATION How a Brilliant Young Artist Followed the Fair American About Jaris and Finally Suicided WILLIAM AND THE PRINCE A Farewell Interview Between Bis marck and the Emperor BISMARCK IDOLIZED BY THE PEOPLE The Iron Moved to Pope Felicitates the Kaiser Borne no Place for Roman Pontiff NEW Starch Dis Francisc Chronicle cable from London has announced that Amelie Elves author of The Quick or the was the cause of tho suicide in Algiers of a brilliant young French artist named Jules Renaud who was insanely in lovowitb her Behind this simple announce ment there is a story of most intense and tragic character Renaud was a handsome young man the very ideal of an artist He was of good family from the south of France and lived in very respectable stylo on an allowance made him by a rich uncle whose heir he was Renauds infatuation for the sensuous American novelist devel oped before be ever raet her by reading her books and he became the apostle of a regu ar Amelie Rives cult Among his social set was a resident artist who met Reuaud List autumn when in Paris He told a very in teresting story yesterday of the ravings and carryings on of the unfortunate lovecrazed young man Renaud it appears was an artist of no mean ability Although young he had estabMshed a name for himself with his fel low artists but seemed altogether unappre ciative of the honors which tho world could bestow He always refused to take any steps looking to the making of a name and worked athis art for pure selfgratification Ho to present anything for of the Salon andunlessinterested in his subject wouldnot take1 an order His na ture was wild and impetuous and though he was not given over to extraordinary ex cesses be led looss life so com mon among artists CvSpecially In Paris Amelie Rives he worshipped as A Long before he ever saw her she seemed to biin thevery embodiment of genius Her features gleaned from American magazines he had found and hung in profusion around his room One of his old fancies a painting of her portrait on the ceiling of his chambeivjust above his bed He declared that her books were more brilliant than those of Sand or Balzac more true to life than Meredith and only equalled in rich ness of coloring by the poems of Byron When it was announced that Ataelie Rives was married and under the name of Mrs Ohanler was to visit Paris Renaud was al most beside The fact of mar as a deterrent to his pur mind He had BERLIN March farewell audience botween the Emperor and Bismarck was held this morning and lasted threequarters of an hour As the Prince was driving past the bridge betwoou Lupsarten and Under den Linden bis horse shied and one of them became en tangled in the traces It was necessary to stop the carriage until tho harness was re arranged A crowd quickly gathercd tho exChancellor aud ladios threw him bouquets and kissed their hands to him Bismarck was so greatly affected that he shed tears He shook hands with a number of those about tho carriage aud his voice faltered as he thanked the people for their demonstrations cf affection The was of a willing nature and as soon as the harness was rearranged the Prince resumed bis drive amid cheers In the lower bouse of the Prussian Diet today Oaprivi read the Emperors accept ance of Herbert Bismarcks resignation of t the office of Imperial Foreign Minister and the appointment of himself Caprivi to suc ceed him Letters betweon the Pope and Emperor William on the labor conference are pub lished Tho Emperor says that Bishop ivepp he knows is thoroughly imbuedwith the Popes ideas and will materially contri bute as a delegate to tho success of the work The Popes reply congratulates the Emperor upon taking the field for a resolute effort in a worthy cause He appreciates the Emperors acknowledgment of the great filcaoy of religion and the Churcn in the solution of social questions and warmly wishes the conference success Von Alveusleven has declined the office 01 Imperial Secretary of Foreign Affairs Bismarcks passage through the strasse today was a veritable triumphal procession The people at times wanted to unharness the horses and drag the carriage themselves THE POPK NOT WANTED IN KOME ROME March large section of Car dinals are advocating the idea that tho Pope to be elected to succeed Leo xIII leave Italy immediately They declare the position of the Pope there untenable Leo is strongly opposed to tho scheme and has appealed to the Cardinals that his last days on earth be comforted by the assurance that such a course will be abandoned A CAPITAL OFFENSE XN KUSSIA PARIS March Siberian letter re ceived here announces the arrest oi threo men and women for writing an appeal to the Russian people protesting against the con duct of Qstashken in the Yakutsk affairs Tho trial of the prisoners will probably ie sult in their sentence to death The students are rioting in St Petersburg Revolutionary pamphlets have tered city rlage SFARKS FROM THE A Slandered Minister Gets a Ver dict NEW YORK March A jury In the Su perior Court today gave Rev Dr Rylance a verdict of against Nicholas Qtiaok enboss alleged llbol Tho judge told the jury that It was certainly aclear case of malicious llbol and tho only question for them to decide was the amount of damages gave plaintiffs counsel in extra of Dr Rylanco is tho pastor of a fashionable Episcopal church During his Europe last summer certain slanderous sto ries wore circulated about him and on his return a hoadod by Quaokenboss demanded his resignatiou Ho refused and brought this suit Abroad Victoria ilvod at AixiesBainos today Her LONDON Maroh ar Sim Francisco Chronicle Scries I have heard a groat deal oftalk about the blue and the gray said Captain Bourlce of the Third Cavalry for liftoon years an aidedecamp to General Crook but I have never seen a more touch ing incident than the that happened Monday at General Crooks funeral in Oak land A came up to me a very modest quiet He halo tome My name I fought in the Southern army duriug I yas one of the band of iuen Tho rode into Cumber land one night uiuV captured Crook and took him down to Libhy Prisonsben oral Crook accepted tho situation very grace fully and said Gentlemen T see tins is the fortune of war I dont blame you a bit You have done a daring I must submit He aoteditjo wo all became very much attached to him and now ho is I can help that I was not of the funeral arr rangements but I could aswrc The French republican and monarchist leaders are urgingparnot tcr release the Dukoiof Qrleans Minister Reid arrived at New York yesterday from Paris v v The motion for aniivjuriction to resrtRin Buck playing but the iNew League club has denied Tlio Oxford crew won the English univerity boat race J It is siiicithat Austrian Premier is soon to rot ire fromoffice Ju nice Campbell of the Michigan Supreme Court died yesterday The miinufabiiirers of clear Havana protest tobacco schedule Arohbishop Miohael of the Catholic diocese of Milwaukee died Fhickitlieaiotorious New York sheriff has re signed liis office Gcncnif Schenck was buried at Befteattsd in Two sA FRANCISCO March Joe inskl if FranciscbVtjpriight defeated Wilson ithe Colored heavyweight of and Mceiartliy March LE gher 61r this city and of Aurtraiiattave been matohed to Hay Olub it the After executive journed session the Senate ad House March TA bill was in troducedintbe House granting a pension of S2000 a year to the widow of General Crook The Committee on Rules reported a reso lution waking the Wyoming admission bill the special order for today a recess taken this afternoon until 11 o clock tomorrow the previous question to be considered ordered at 11 Adopted and the Wyoming billwas taken up Baker N submitted an argument in favor of the measure Baker N opposed tho bill because be believed there were gross irregularities in the adoption of the Wyo because he believed the Territory did not contain the population requisite and because there were incorporated in the Con stitution features based upon the subject of female antagonistic to repub lican institutions Carey Wyoming made a strong pleafor the admission of the Territory He con tended that its Constitution was adopted by a vote of its citizens and its Hedefended the provision of the Constitution extendingrtbe of women He said that nose did not enter his been successfulwith other women and did not havethe faintest notion that she for whom his whole nature yearned would op pose him None of his friends knew how he met her but it was not long after reaching Paris that be hung in his rooms a photo graph of his fair goddess dressed in a Grecian costume on the back ol which was her signature which he claimed had been written by her and presented to him From that time onhe haunted her footsteps For hoursbe would wait outside her door expecting would and take her carriage If he knew that she was to visit a studio or a gallery he would find an excuse to be there Just how far she countenanced the attentions of this hand some corntier is not known but ho was con stantly telling to his companions of smiles which shehad given him and opportunities she made to allow him to show her his de votion He wrote most impassioned love verses which bo would drop upon the seat of her carriage when he found it waiting outside the theater or in the line at a re ception He once planned to bribe a driver and take hisseat in her carriage and by sending word that she was immediately elsewhere get a chance totell her of his and insist upon elope ment but from this foolhardy affair he was dissauded by a friend When Awelie Eiyes took up sculpture he dropped hisbrushes and began to Whole pages of her stories and poems he knew by heart and made his fellows sick by constantly spouting They came at length to look upon him as a little daft and pity incly would listen to the story of his latest adventure It was impossible for him to enter the houses to which she has entrance and so he planned and begged for invitations to receptions where be might see her He was not always jubiliant however but sank at tiroes in to the lowest depths of despair cursed the fate which kept and morbidly dwelt upon plans to put her and himself out of the world the same time I do not know what has happened since I left Paris said theartist but he must have followed her to Algiers where she has been studying and there ootained a chance to declare himself and on receiving a reply that she was and ail his projects vain he insane and com v suicide He might have a TROTTERS INDEMAND Good Prices for Palo Alto Stock Yesterday NEW YOBK March second days sale of Senator Stanfords Palo Alto slock was marked by a larger attendance Among the higher priced animals sold werethe n ily 1888 by Electioneeivdam Lilly B to Robert Stede Philadelphia SMOG bay colt JS87 Electioneer dsm Lina Dr F C lwlers Modus 82550 bay coH 1887 Electioneer ri nn i7zie Dr Fowler SSJtiO bay colt 1888 Roc S2COO bay Illy 1886 Eros dam Lizzie Edward Appel Rochester y Y chestnut filly 1888 PWmont dam Lizzie Robert bay nUv if fioneer dam Lora R T jvlorchead N Pn S0 Monteitabay dam Mamie C Robert Stecle 84500 bay colt Electioneer dam Mane R Bpe M500 baycwlt 1887 Electioneer dam Marie R Roe S3100 brown filly by Electioneer dam Barbara Maid J f Malcolm Forbes bay colt Whips dam Martha Andy Welch Hartford brown flllv by Electioneer dam May S KalamaW Electioneer dam Minx B W Babcock brown filly by Electioneer dam Marks Philadelphia Nemo brown horse bv ClaVdam Nettie Brown P Copper Scran ton v Pa Hatiio B br dam ttettie Benton C city 81650 brown mare dam Nettie Walker E Roc Meadvi e brown fillcv by Electioneer dam PattL J W M K sco S0600 Boroona b Rby JEIen UoneVr dam Pnarl Andy Welch brown fiMcy by Pltjdmont dam Racbael Jacob Ruppert A thepeople of Wyoming by observing the snirit of the Republican Nationalplatform respectingthe Territorial residents to Territorial offices and with more manhood than his predecessor saying no ti the Eastern political party could make a point by ob admission or Wyoming She people she observed the laws she had no frSonal Wyoming young and enterprising would hasten to over States and help them bear the burdens of government Crocker opposed the Itwas nothing more1 nor than a designed to perpetuate the power of the Republican party should a It like the Idaho billto three die for UlU i electoralvotes and two Senators to the Re publicancolumn in Gates opposed the measure because iit proposed tbglve womenthe vote i ahdmade attendance at schools Dunnell was inclined to vote woman r v woman V suffrage of Ixad rioiatiwl the proriskm of tte Burying There are plenty of people moldering un der the says a physician who were buried before life became extinct but they were nevermade aware of the fact Coffins nowadays are hermetically sealed and there is not enough air in one of them to bring a out of a The lungs must have a certain amount of oxygen be fore the heart and one full inhalation would exhaust all of the oxygen in a modern casket and the lungs would of course be unable totakeanother All these stories of fearful sufferings endured by per sons buried alive are to No doubt bodies in terred while lifeis yet existent but this would not be the case ifevery body knew of absolutely cer tain cl 1 Ail youhave todp is to apply a caat Uto oix but was bap dam 81500 brown tilley bv Piedmont dam Niolet P C Eastman city HE CARRIED HER Queer Mishap that Occurred Jjady in a Brooklyn Theater Who has not suffered the torture that goes with wearing new the Brooklyn Baffle The miseries of human iifare many but surpass mactuaU a ony the new shoe ordeal All sorts of methods are suggested by rciWving the incidental I never yet found one effective That a queer should arise out of the discom fort inflicted by the leather is not prising A very funny one came y knowledge recently A young lady this town donned fc and in company with her yomig visited the theater The pain from the sqaeezing became sb unbearable after a thatin sheer slipped off the instrument oftorture andi enioyed the balance of the play inpeace To her horror however when thedrop s fell see found that her feet had swollen to such an ertent that they could not by any exertion be forced fruitless attemptno other recoursewas left but to walkhome in her stocking feet She had delayed so long that ncvv v carriages were visible and hM to walk home the swain gallantly cagy ing the cause of the A Fox ia an Ovea The South Cheshire hounds cently at large field The hounds were into Handley Cover and a fox immediately there was a splendid the fox turned back toward cover but being headed tusfte farmyard Clayley Hall where he not a stranger The making warmth of hisiuai under the overi The to his brush furious hiding speedily ioivdon Tid JSite   

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