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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - April 14, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                UNDER A WOMANS RULE Emperor William Controlled by Clever Mamma INFLUENCE OF THE GROCERS DAUGHTER Effect of the Kmpwrorfl Sumptuary Succeeds in fiivinff Of Grand iensc to All VIKMNA April l illld DiBpatch to the Now York cr Voter as I ho aro looked on hfircas rivals has entirely rncon to his mother and the bitterness thclr during tho last four years has day is allowed to pass without one another Tho K their mothor Not a seeing is far who of slcrned within the last two body can bo secured to fill their places The city Is without a government without revenues and in tbo meanwhile the sale or liquor goes merrily A Battle of Beasts COLUMBUS April Dis Francisco Chronicle bloody battle of vicious stock took place In thu northwestern part of this county yes tovday A heifer with a yearlinc calf was set upon by thirty bogs and both were devoured A drove of cattle in another pasture becoming infuriated at tho smell of tho Kluln cow and calf broke tho fence down charger the bogs in their bloody work and gored them so viciously that eighteen wore killed and ton wounded ino battlolleld presents a sickening appearance A BARONESSS POVJSKTY Tho Unfortunate Result of Harrying a Title NEW YORK April Dispatch Francisco W K Vanrlcrbllts sister the Baroness Julia Do Funumillint is to go on tbo stage this fall Tho Baroness is of medium bight and Kliglit figure Tier face which Is mobile and expressive is lit up by deep gray eyes and when she smiles who a sot of ovun pearly Hor voice is silvery in ring what tbo actors call a laughing voice TMIt hor rnannor though Crank and f rpo from affectation is serious and dignined Her carriage and erect and a wealth of wavy goidon liair is smoothly coinbtid round hor wellshaped head J havo always been passionately fond ot tho sho salrt yesterday but riovor dreamed that tho time would come whori I would ho forced upon it to obtain my living Since rny marriage however 1 liavo boon greatly hupovorlshod and being driven to tho necessity of supporting my self i naturally turn to the profession which has iihn greatest charm for arid for which many eminent teachers of art jjnmounccd mo well your husband approve of your ohoicMi n I have not soon tray husband since last April I fancy it would bo useless to con sult lilrn with or profession Randalls Death Causes Profound Sorrow at the Capital A HISTORY OF THE FATAL MALADY I feelhis death to hrr Aiucrlnan r T ot Ernporor val and during tho 1 lot sho pnsvai u 1 no hlmlokoop both Mio Count and his a distance from n Upon the nonarchs the coiiplo ho canio almost omnipotent iathms of the Kmprosa nruto bo found in tho appo nt aoncual Von Oaprlvl to post of and of the Baron Von Mobowteln to tho Sorotaryshlp I oio gt Itoth Ciiprlvt mid Marshal wore particular favorites and intlmatopor onal r ends of tho latu Iflnipuror Kredonck As for tho new Chancellor character is As for ost portrayed by tho facflhat ho goes tho army by tho name of tho is in Contunun of regard either to my support have strong and clear bead be a personal EXPRESSIONS Or ESTEEM Representative Cannon Mr Ran dall was one of the people he loved them and believed in them There arefew in public llfewho morestronlgy alrectecl leg islation and public sentiment than he Ue was the best of friends and the best of en esteem for him wis very great I always had and ex pressed the highest adiniratloulor his jtead fastness and courage He f a braveman statesman beyond ie said Our relations have been not only friendly but quite intimate J always regarded him as an honest man m public life and be was1 undoubtedly who badstrong convictions and the coin age to stand by think his death Is a groat loss to bis party and to the county and hedeserves to be remembered for a greatmany services THE ARK AN MENTIS touching scene at tho Ilandallresidence on Tho m Capitol Hill when Congressman charge of aCongressionat to Randall expired as S oclock this morning bedsidowero gathered tbe presrjyterian Church of which Ran dall was a member and not in the Hall of Representatives After the ceremonies the funeral party will takea special train to Philadelphia where theinterment takes A FAMOUS CROOK CAPTURED Last Hours Around the Touching of Sorrow Prom Prominent Millss Tribute ily physician and Postmaster General Wan amalcer who had all kept constant watch during tho night A few moments before liis death ho opened bis eyes and looking tomlorlyat hiswJto said in low a tone a word instinct Avith all the fond est recollections of their long and happy married life and by which he always callod his wifo when buf the family were near He looked Into her eyes as if about to say somethin no and ay s more but seemed to have strength loft and in a few moments he any and the INGALLSS AMERICAN POLICY IfM WANTS THE IvKPUBLlC TO KM BitACJU TIOC WIIOLIfl CONTINENT A Up of the Domo IdolOlovolniKMVUlBo tho Can 1 Ida to In OIIBAT ACIf IKVKMBMT That irrepressible began tho week Un tho army and tho immedlato result Si linitlon of four distingulslMKl col rt of crack who intorprotod in tbe same document Jvhlch throws open commissions In the tirrry o o ornble porVmsof Christian soutlmon o noble blrtb ina froah affront to tho iTuws and an attack upon lho susonptlolll tlosof bltboru Iorhupj I ovo before in tho history of Russia has a 1 contrlvod In a single orcllniinoo to end nil Ilobrowdoin and Junlcordum tp pothor A lootnro against dueling was om boclUd In tho Siirnc state papur ALowlng throo days to pass oY rus hoctho to on a visit to tno IMU Of Austria wbonco ho ro last night Tlio motive for tills hurrlod JoiirniT Is a I diplomatists If wlli prosnutly bo followed by another If will nrosDtiMjr Durnsdadt to moot tho Quoon o FnKland who goes hltlKHin tlm course ol tho visit Wo uro solomnly told that tlin Ivalsor w on that occasion wear tbo uniform of a iritis rnlral and tho Quoon in a similar spirit v graceful appoaiMn tho blue i oth with rod collar and gold orna ments worn by thut dragoon rogirnont of which her English Majesty Is an honorary CSomomonths lator tho Is coming to England tills Him not to I ortsmouth and tho Jslo OC Wighr mnroly but to Lou don and tho English press in that spirt Cf KiacoCuloourtosy above noted hastens to assure him that ho will sen a capital of such grandeur and nmgnlticonco as will mako Berlin appear to him a provincial town ORAW COUP April hero that tho Emperor is preparing a grand coup by which analliance with Russia la to ho hought about involving among other a sottlcmout of tho vexed Bulgarian question Assurances to this effect oomo St Petersburg and and tho impression is further strungMionod bytho fact that tho Emporor will moot the Czar on tho frontier on tbo protonso of a hunting cx NKW YOUK April 1 Dispatch Sail Francisco Chronicle World says Senator Ingalls in an interview yesterday said Cleveland will be tbo nominee in 1892 even 1C Now York should divided or iigaiust him This is In evitable It is written Ho will ho first and tho rest will bo nowhere Democracy never had such an ideal exponent and His dull heavy ponder ous wooden platitudes laboriously written oJY and committed to memory his shallow ooncciit bin affectation of wisdom purity and patriotism and what ho calls his solemn duty impress tho average Dem a fooling of reverence like that which Chinese lauudryman fools for his you havo said that tho Derno cratooad ministration left no Impression on history have tho recent Republican I tho Senator replied that wo iroa nation which for tho past dozen years has bad no history In fact wo have never bad adollnbd agrossivo American policy What is your idea of an American American policy should havo for its oblocttho of tho continent Polar sea should bo tbo northern boundary of tho Republic and tho southern boundary should bo tho Intoroeoanio canal Look at existing conditions Wo havo prac tically readied tho limit of our agricultural domain Wo havo bub acres of n rahlo lands loft Wo are approaching that period spokun of by Macaulay as clangorous to republican institutions whon vast immi grations to tbeso undeveloped regions will have ooasod and when artisans and toil masses contracted In the largo will havo no outlet for tbolr surplus passed away Tbo watchers saw that all was uvet the bravo wife and daughter who bad nursed and cared for himduring his lone illness could restrain their feelings no gave way to their grief Randalls deathhad boon expected at f time during the past three days and family and friends knew that he could not last much longer Friday night was bad for tho sick man bad several sinking spells from which rallied to the astonishment ofthe physicians Those loft him weaker rind wbon morning oartio it was evident that his vitality had Ho rested easily and comfortably during the fore part of tbo day and the doctor encour aod the hope that ho for several nys yet Shortly after 3 oclock however marked change was noticed and he soorncd to almost sink away This spoil was worse than any preceding ones ancl it was thought thatthe1 end was av ha d At 6 oclockho rallied some what but it loft him with very little strength and the doctors became convinced that ho could hardly live throughout tbe nlcht About be had another1 sinking spoil and afterward bis mind became more clear and bright THIS DEATH SGiNJS Tho sick mail lay in a front room and day light Was jusb beginning to short its rays nto tho sick room whenRandall opened his eyes and after speaking to his wife once gradually sank him were Mrs Randall Miss Susan Randall Mrs Lancaster a married husband Samuel Randall Dr Mallan and Poat mastorGenorai Wanamakor The shock was especially severe toMrs Kandall and her daughter Susan who have nursed tho husband and 1athor through an illness of almost t Wo years duration lost riiastorGcnoral Wanamaker and others at toretire and try to refresh themselves with sleep J place In tbe Kandall family vault m Laurel cemetery A friend of Kandall said this evening When be Joined the ciiurch two months Kandall had fully recovered from bis previous illness Had he lived fypm what ho hnd said ho would unquestionably have taken a decided stand in His conversion was the result of his having leisure time being tbqroughly studied byhim Ho became thoroughly of his need of religion andafter mind being at rest ho than ho had been at any other All the fam ily noticed i A SCBAMBM3 rOR THE iThe news of the April 13 death of Kandali was received withsorrow Tlie Morions Billy Porter Behind the Bars in France peuhelm with her daughter Countess Laup and other members of tho family were YANKEE CRACKSMANS OPERATIONS The French Police Claim to Know the Whereabouts of telle IVTakes a Against the New York Police take plnce April 30th The health 01 the American bride was proposed Owing to the stringent law of Germany n gainst the importing of American cattle Buffalo Bill ishaving trouble to brnig his buffaloes over the frontier Snujsoury is bcre urging Llinister Phelps to use his jn fiuence the Foreign Offleo if possible to succeed in getting sin exception made The Mahcli Disappears CATRO April it Omdura man declare that tho Mahdi has vanished and that a famine israging throughout the Soudan MRS GRANTS WORK LON DON 0 April TRinuNT Dispatch San Francisco The no torious cracksman Billy Forcer of Manhat tan Bank Northampton Bank and Draper murder fame isbehind tho prison bars at last Ho is awaltijng trial in Toulouse France for an attempt at in com Horace Haven alias Little Hor ace who is equally well known in the crim JnalammlsoC Porter may get a few jnontlis imprisonment for this of fense but when he conies out he will as suredly bo collaredby tbe German police to stand trial for a series of crimes involving a long term of years Since his New York exploits Porter has been living in England under tho name of Billy Ho married a respectable English girl and lived in good style He never operated in England hut made periodical trips to France and Germany on bis business Eighteen mouths ago Inland an American Frank Kidd cracked a jew elry store in Munich Porter was arrested England under tho name of Martim He claimed to be a British subject and tho government refused to extradite him AMONG THE MONARCHIES The Political Completions of Vari ous European Governments RUSSIA FILLED WITH FOREBODINGS be a hitter stvu gglo among the Democratic leaders of this city for control of the convention which will name Ivan dalls The district Is Democratic but the fight now in prospect may result of Republican State i been Half tho election Tho only avowed Senator William who 1ms lighting Randalls life a dozen candidates will be in the against him however as soon as tho funeral is over if not before ROMANISM IN AMERICA Ing THE CATACLYSM numbers and no domand for their labor might say that any idea of an American policy is hemispherical rather than contl now continuous linos of railway to Mexico Tho noMi stop will ho an iron hlKhway to the valley of the Amaxon I oxpocL to soo tho valleys of tho Mississippi and Amazon linked together by this groat The overflow of population will thus tincl poaceCul Holds for profitable ot administration has boon much more suoRessful thus far than Cleve lands was at tho end of the end oE his first A KINGS EDUCATION dates hack about flvo Dr Mal luu who attended him throughout his late Illness was called to treafhinvfor the gout On July Oth almost two years ago Kandall was suddenly seised with violent diarrhoea md hemorrhage during tbo night duo to hastily eating a dish of ice cream and bei rios duringtho day was so severe as to completely prostrate him and his 11 Co was inimminent danger ur llan at forsome time previous to troubled with what he diarrhoea The attacks causedthe discaso to assume inactive form and it was found that he was suffering from an extensive and malig nant abcess HIS HOLINESS ANTICIPATES GREAT ACHIEVEMENTS IN THIS COUNTRY Pontiflclal SoUcitude Concerning the American College in RomcThe Streets Thronged with Cassockcd Studonts f TJio Ideal Condition of Things Under the Socialistic licgiaic PAUIS April Francisco ono of tho shining lights ot tho Socialist party In Franco Mademoiselle Michol has boon ques tioned on her views of tho Berlin labor con ference and has dismissed it us tho most nlous event of tho year State social she does not bollovo in nor In hor opinion does any saw person boliovo in it it being merely a system by which the fatten up tho sheep with the object of devouring thorn later on What this sin cert1 but misguided woman most boliovcs In rnvy bo summed up in throe tion transformation and evolution It may sho thinks be a question of days or years but a cataclysm Us inevitable and there i will be an end of ono present of tho beginning of an other In which hJirmoiiy brotherly love and all that is nice and dolightful roigns in tho now and happy state of tilings socialists havo tho upper hand there she says be no more war bocauso tho military spirit Avill bo put down and there i more crime because tho iudgos will A nut down Hor story as sho explains Is an error to suppose thatt iniHD he always bo a body of judges to Ishovildoors the real truth being t1 no there would lnavcs In lino from what Mademoiselle Louise says ono is inclined to take it that nor now world there would not bo much of anything left save tho glorious state of A City Without a Government WKSTON April Bis Fraaolsoo Clironiclc Vojriarkftble condition of affnlra out hero by tho recent election A ago aProhibition Council and Ijlaypr Poker Not KeRarded as a Disagree able Study LONDON April TTUUUNB San Francisco Chronidc Qutok wittod Queen Natalia recently discovered that her little son King Alexander of Ser vla Interest in bis books and that tho precious youngster occasionally smelt more oi alcohol than of ink lowofl thoclow burst one day with energy into tho royal She fol and finally schoolroom whccsho found tho King and lus tutors drinking smoking and playing tho weak Servian equivalent of the American game ol was of course a tremendous row and the tutors did not Improve tholr posi tion when they asserted that they hrf 1 tho oxKing Milans approval of their novel educational methods Quoon Na tallo ap poalod directly to tho Ozar with tho result that Russian influence was successfully used to change both the toachprs and the system OShca With draws His Suit April Dispatch San Francisco Chroniclo Ifc would appear that Captain OShoa has withdrawn his suit of divorce in which ho made Par nelU corespondent The number of cases sot clown for trial at tho next terra of the orcocourt which hoglns Tuesday next l334 and the case of OShoa does not tho list Tho friends of Parnell efloot of tho suit has not ho expectations and it has tlisappoarod from tho docket Eanclall rallied and grew stronger and was getting on fatrlr welluntil last February when ho had a severe relapse brought on probably tho weather This relapse was accompanied by severe abdominal pains ancl there wore symptoms of peritonitis At this time ot1 exhaustion ague sot in and the sick mans coursewas downward UP to a short time ago Kandall had confi dence in his ability to pull through and told a Congressional visitor that ho was mendin and would bo able to resume his Congressional duties Ho joined tho Pres byterian Church about two months ago Mr Wanamaker having spoken to him on the subioct Dr Chester isthe pastor and will probably conduct the funeral services m this city EXPRESSIONS SORROW The news of Randalls death became ciulto generally during the day it was expected and was therefore not so much of a shook otherwise would have been A large number of persons called at the residence duringthe flay Ira express con President and Mrs Harrison sont a basket of flowers with a note expres sing deep sympathy Speaker Keed called tola afternoon to express and learn the family respect to tho funeral services Among the callers were Secretary Blaino ExSenator Ferrv of Michigan Who stood next toKan dall during tho electoral court Oarlisle Representatives Springer of Illinois andmanyothers The remains have been embalmed and placedin a basket If ISsald that the dead man presents a lifelike appearance except that he is emaciated and wasted to a remark able toalate hour after noon no definite the funeral had boon made butit is probable the take place in Laurel Hill Cemetery Philadelphia CONGRESSMAN MtTASS TRIBUTE Expressions of regret at Randalls death were universal and sincere None paid him a higher tribute of aVlmiration and respect than his Democratic colleague in House who differed with him vitally upon one of tbe most important measures in Jongiess Representative Mills feelingly and was a very groat Jid ho A man of unimpeachable in Sgrity and a born leader of men Ho had more of men leadership than any contact with Nothing but his April Francisco Chronicle all thepic turosquo sights in modern RomOi processions of ecclesiastical students are the ing You meet them every where in tho streets a fileof young men In fluttering scarlet it will be a group of snowy robes Then come blackgarbed youths and others In purple raiment They are gatheredfrom all ranks and all lands theso young toilers inthe vineyard of African Spaniard Irish German Scotch American Austrian English French all brothers and friends talking and studying tbe samelan with one common objectin Kome is simply a vast college Tho glory and splendor of the Pontilical Deigns have departed from Rome but tho noss ofthe churchas ateacher is1 still evi dent and of all tbe cassookpd students who toil night and day in this colossalhive none accomplish more than tbe Americans Those who suppose that the uowGatholic University at Washington will displace tho famous American College here aregreatly mistaken instead of dwindling in impor tance this admirable institution prob ably becomethe nurSery of professorslor that university and there isalready some talk of lengthening the collegiate coiirse although the students are now required to work for six years two in philosophy and four in theology It was Pius IX who first saw m America 111 almost boundless field for spiritualcon ouesf He used to talk about it man ecstatic way and prophesied that North America would one day be the seat of Obns tiau power and glory Even now Leo XIIL glows with pleasure when the future of the church in America is mentioned In speaking of the western continent he expects the spirit of true religion to burst into blossom and bear Considering these visions of tian dominion in the Republic it is be wondered at that tho American College is watched with such solicitude that His Holiness shows great its officers the students are two San Nothing was heard of when Scotland Yard heard from lou lousothata man was arrested there who was supposed to be though he in sisted that ho was not and gave dilTereutname hero this week leave no doubt of tho matter Iho police Jiave got tbo famous cracksman and ho is not a Germans will havo no trouble to extradite when tho French arc through with him TH13 KIENCH Perils April correspondent today sn w Detective Zudais who went to America to arrest Eyraud and asked him whotoer it is true that the murderer was run down at Paso del Norte No said ho Eyraud is notvm tho States That was tbo reason that we failed to arrest him I know whore ho is hiding and have informed on whom it roses to devise the proper measures to insure his arrest I cannot divulge where ho Since Zudaiss return a number of inter views with him havo appeared In tho French She Will Publish a Arolume of Mem oirs Her Husband YORK April Dispatch Francisco Chrnnidc Coneral Grant is at work upon a volume of memoirs of hor husband which is promised for publication possibly in tbo fall Ic is a wellknown fact among those who are intimate with Sirs Grant that sho has for so roc time past had in mind such a work and recently she began a systematic overhauling of her papers for the book Ihe work will not contain General Grants love letters If such arc in existence Mrs Grant will not expose them to tho public eye There will be of course a larjTC number of unpublished letters written by tbo husband to his wife and the most characteristic of these will bo his letters while on tho field giving his impressions of the battles as they proceeded from day to day During the war General Grant wrote almost daily to his wife and these letters have been pro served and will be published A Great Conspiracy Supposed to be Under Triple Alliance Crisis in pls Ministry Doomed I c LONDON April TRIBUNE Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle The Mail and Rxprcts cable When Parliament reassembles tomorrow after the Easter re cess a critical period of tho session will be in The Government bills are going to The Clearing House BOSTON April The total gross ex changes for the last week as shown by dis patches from tbe leading clearing bouses of tbe United States and Canada were a decrease of per as com ared with the corresponding week a year pared with ago BARON HIRSCHS BENEVOLENCE A MAGNIFIC3DNT TKDST FUND FOB NEEDY AMERICAN JEWS A Perpetual Contribution of a Moutlv to Educate and Aid Hobrow Im in This Country papers in which he is made to say that ho attributes his defeat entirely to tbo Inter ferencb of theAmerican reporters Kudais said be never said a word about his visit except to M Gordon his superior ofllcer It would bo against thestrict regulations for me to bo he answered BOSTON April The Globe this morning prints an alleged confession made to his counsel by Isaac P Sawtelle now in jail at Dover N await incMal for tho murder of his brother Hiram Isaac says that ho and Hirams wife were parties to a conspiracy to lure Hiram to an abandoned camp in Lebanon Maine where he was to be hold captive by the notori ous Dr Blood and exConvict Jack until he should relinquish all claim to the estate Isaac decoyed Hiram to Rochester N anddrovc him to a point near the camp where he was to Isaac claims that his connection with the case ended at this point and that not know of Hi rams death until a letter telling himtb at it had been necessary to put Hiram out ol the INCENDIARIES FRUSTRATED NEW April deliberate and vain attemptwas made this afternoon to burn a tenement house inLudlow street The house is a fivestory structure with two families on each floor This afternoon after Samuel Schwartz and wife had left theirrooms on the second floor fire was dis covered in their kitchen and when the jan itor hurst in tho door he foundthe bedding and bedclothes piled against the stove and the whole place saturated with kerosene Schwartz and wife were arrested but deny all knowledge of the CORRTJPTION OF THE NETV YORK POLICE i NEW YORK April a meeting of Central Labor Union a copy of resolu tions passed by the Police Commissioners last stating that they were always ready to examine into any charges which Central Labor Union might make the Police Department was re NEW YORK April Dispatch Francisco Chronicle D Hirsch is coupled with a magnificent charitable scheme About a year ago he offered to prominent American Hebrews a plan for aiding tho Hebrews in this country Ho has just sent to a committee his first in stallment of the sum promised an nually for distribution immediately This sum he has promised to send every month during his life and after his death will the trust fund which he has cre ated with a sum the interest of which will I his the acainst produce an equivalent sum forover ho proposes to still further increase at some future time when lie will perfectea other plans for improving tho condition oi Jews in Prussia and Austria The trustees who have been selected to manage the trust that has been created are President Myors Isaacs of New Jork treasurer Jesse Seligman of Julius Goldman of Newlork and Jacob H SchiflY Henry Bice Oscar S Strauss and James H Hoffman of Now York and Mayer Sulberger and William B Hack enburg of Philadelphia The only member of the boaid stipulated for by Baron Hirsch himself was Oscar S Strauss exUnited States Minister to Turkey A 0 Solomons will be secretary in direct charge of the operations of the trust with hs headquarters in New York City The deed of tho benevolent noble man bad drawn up states the specific objects for which tbo money shallbe used to bo and relief of Hebrew immigrants from Europe chiefly from a provis ion for transportation of immigrants after their arrival atan American port a pro vision for training immigrants in trades and contributing to their support wbUe learning such trades a provision for improving the machanical training of adults and youths a provision for the instruction of immigrants in the English language and in technical trade and agricultural schools coopera tion with the established agencies in various sections of the United States whose duties in whole or iii part will be to furnish aid and relief and education to needy and deserving applicants of the Jewish faith It is his express direction to the trustees that they shall select in such city of the United Statesas they shall deem advisable agents or committees whose duties it shall he to cooperate with the trustees m the selection of persons coming within the classes above declared for relief from the details of for work education and THE NEW YORK SEVENTH havo a hard time of it Tho opposition against tho Titles and Irish Land Pur chase bills has become inUmsHled during tho recess and lias developed into a marked and fairly compact antagonism to tho Tho Titles bill will not pass unless the Gov ernment will assent to tho radical modifica tionsof its provisions which aro insisted upon by tbo land owners Tho tactics of tho opposition upon tbo Laud bill are still unde cided but the hostility is pretty strong and determined Tbo Parncllites are divided upon the question of unstinted hostility and arc not decided whether they shall opposo the bill in toto or shall simply insist upon a thorough modification They tiro going to hold a meeting on Thursday for the purpose of nrningins their course in tins matter The lenders in tho meantime propose that on the second reading of tho Laud bill a motion shall bo offered to tho effect that tho House affirms thenecessity of tho local gov ernment measure accompanying tho Land bill When this motion is defeated as of course it Is certain to be the Parncilites will not continue to keep up unitedaction against the bill but will oppose it or nncourago it as they individually soo This is obvi ously the sensible course and is much bo commended as contrasted with aiVunieason ing wholesale opposition to the bill which has many good points and which is bclioved by many impartial men to be step in the direction of setting things right 3U A very important section of the National do not see why tho British taxpayers cannot advance tho necessary money to assist tho Irish tenantsin achieving tho purchase of their holdings whenever tbo andlords arc ready to sell Those men do not oppose tbo bill on this pr neiplo at all and they will not join oladston ians in opposing tho secondreading but when tho bill reaches tteo stago they will renew their fight aganst it Ihoy will make a special contest upon clauses re lating to the administration of the pro visions of the bill TBB TRIPLE ALLIANCE MENACED It Is believed in England that considera ble danger now menaces the triple and that the chief peril will bo developed by a changeIn tho Italian policy when tUp Chamber ofDeputies meets on April Signor Magliani is to lead the attack upon Signer Orispis policy Tho Radicals favor an entente with Franco or the coqipiote neutrality of Italy in tbo Europe The Radicals take this standpoint confi they ol the growth of their strength which they sufficient to enable them to Gov ernmcut to dissolve and make now D1Tho critical financial situationadds con sidorably to tbe difficulties of the Qrlspl Ministry A correspondent inter viewed says that statesman de clares an absolute opposition to a renewal of the triple alliance wbiclvby the terms ol the covenant will lu faco of such powerful and determined opposition as this it looks as If the case of the Crispi Cabinet were hopeless The cordiality of KaiserWilhclm toward England and his apparent to Austrias opinions or convenience tbe mani fest absurdity of any wholesale bid for tbo friendship of France and the apparent eagerness of Italy to turn away from an al liance with Germany and Austria make It look as if the situation on the continent would be materially changed during the next two years and as if some sort were really The a dis turbance of the present creased If the socialists and working people become convinced that thelabor conference going to prove of any them Francisco young Henry White men John ilynn and THE TBOTTBIjES Uumoss New Play so Chronicle is studying hypnotism for tho pur pose of making it the motive of a now play Dr Charcot the celebrated alienist has conducted tho experiments lor his instrHO tion atthe hospital of tho Hotel Dumas proposes tp put the actors in Mspiay under hypnotic influonooy and expects ta seourostartlius ollbots A Hebrew Call CHICAGO the annual moet Ingof the Congregation of tof Chicago AY J iMossing of San FrancJscON was lar a torm of flvo years his old congregation o otomonts man I havo oomo have been in publiclife views on the tariff liave prevented ham from beinthe loader of the Democratic If XhaV not been for that Dominated for Pros dent saia he would have been clectod and ho have as Sedhls ignts be his weie nc Change matter some concession or nnd oouldnotbe all rigbtl or two ho still which Tbe Duke and Duchess Meet at the Old Dukes Grave LONDON April Dispatch San Francisco CJironiclo r new Duke and Duchesss of Manchester mot for the first time in many the funeral of thVold He lookedsaUQwi seedy and as though he had just come out of a prolonged He was tastefully dressed up as usual neither broadcloth nor brilliant despol the dissipation imprinted face The duchess attired in looked the picture of health Lord Biandeville her son stood near Bessie Bellwood to whom something more than love was absent I the eveningshe sang at the PavilionjMusic Hall the Mc tious between the popular songstress and his Grace while he was the Lordvof Manclc The conundrum is to if Bcssie deserts liini now that GonsuelawilLsner for a divorce having securedtheducal title and remarry like Montrose Her Grace through the matrimonial must now be an expert pnthe subject of husbands Tlie new Dulce of Manchesters persohnl assets now controlled by a ofhis Collapse of a Bridge past mon Black and uww r in answer long preamble and iresolution passed stating that the Police i Commissioners werein possession of sum Gient evidence to close everyone hundreds of gambling houses brothels dancohouses but have that state of affairs exist so that their subordinates could amass illgotten wealth A resolution was passed instructing the special commission to call for volunteers from the afflicted unions to assist and shadow every police captain m New xork and his tools in order to publicly expose their and sweep from power infamous system which has fostered mortality and crime in public places MURDER AND SUICIDE DETROIT This morning Herbert Cuddy not gaining admittance to Jns the im Major Tlie death of to He w greater one 9rthe floods MI j t CJ fathers house broke open tbe a horrible sight met his dead body of his father Alexander Cuddy aged 62 hung from a rafter andI at hisleet lay the of aged30 A A deep oh theworn airs foreheadShowed how Ihe had mother fate Cuddy left a letter statiiig that of Ins wife tliat they lived unhappily together and that he thought it that they both bo dead DETROIT April special to the Free Pcss Ives the a riot among tbe negro laborers on the line of one tho s ofthe Norfolk Wayne West Va its origin in aa order which to breaking the The foreman tried called a number meuand killing seven ol the party beat insome of them clubs and rocks compelled to their lives but later alarge number assem bled ani the negroes were arrested The They Dont Propose To Pay Honors to the tost Cause CD CITD NEWYORK April Dispatch Francisco Clironictt dis patch from Richmond states that every will be madeto have Seventh Kegiment participate in the ore iaonies the unveiling of the statue of General Lee onMay Wo intendedto bavethe Seventh Avere thewords of some of the Richmond military if we have to appoint i mittee to go onto New York to bring them the Seventh go was the question discussed tobe and it founded on nablio sentiment seems to be strongly Averse to theSeventh participating in hon ors Lee in view of hisact ivifty during the The Army and Navy Journal yesterday spoke as follows We are glad w see it that the c v Seventh New York does not propose cept an invitation to go to Richmond on this nrcisiou Tbe purpose is to celebrate the in such a celebration the Fevonth New York cannot properly take A soldierwould on tbebattlefield divide his drink with his wounded enemies but tho a nionumentto celebrate the cause against waich he fights is another matter A enemy is always worthy of respect but not a bad cause Ninety Den verites Jailed DENVER April For severalSundays a great many saloons and restau rautkeepers FOREBODINGS Preliminary rumors of the discovery of a new nihilistic plot are coming infrom St Petersburg and from what is already known they seemmore important than tho others There have now been three withia a mouth and tbe peculiar circumstances of each suggest that they have been purposely put in the way of police to divert attention from the central coa spiracy Gruesome reports continue to be Sread of the connection oScals and youths of noble family and thispresent nihilistic activity For the momet there is a lull in the turbulent Sudents demonstrations but this only u tensiiies the apprehensions of a cataBtrpphe The has suddenly changed bis mind ire has ftgaJn decided to go to Tuesday where inside vast cordons of po will endeavor hs health and spirits by an life Hel8 Inscribed as having good deal of ilcsh and is looking wimand Private advices from firm tbe report that there was a plot tt aa sissinnlc the Czar Gatschina A young man living within the precincts of the im pcrial palace left some tune agororrSfc Petersburg He did not return un der suspicion The police scarcbed ms and found a dynamite cealedniii a box of Detectiveshave been searching for the unssing mail hat he has so far eluded capture AN IMPEIvDING CRISIS There is little doubt that thepresent v Spanish Cabinet will be There have been sellin itbe sly contrary av to law Today the Sheriff made araid on these places and arrested ninety proprietors he most prominent in and possibly before tjie There a strong opinion re tumbling will asecond time in tion and republicanism given another trial The coolness deliberatldnwith which tbe leaders the Republican party are v actingand the subordination of the rank and fils give hope of a revolution as com plete and bloodless as thatIn whichjcho Brazilian monarch was nisfyear legislation force of opinion opinion b Spain to the anger and dismay of the tiry officers of the These lattery remonstrated with crown and being refused Anarchists inRome BOME April largo fineeting of un held here today match is not under Pap Aniericahs the policefinal dispatched1 a iri rVpV several of themhave bucnce of the rebuffs they at tneir prop eirtyin Whenthe storm burstsJ ousted from the sceras to be and tbougl confidently spoken ot Martinez Campos will r J V to fill the place   

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