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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - April 26, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah CIRCULATION EXCEEDING THAT OK IN THE CITY COMBINED THE MOST BEST I iDYEfitoSIHG j MOUNTAIN REGIONS VOX SALT UTAH SATURDAY AP 1G 1S90 PRICE ITOI CEKT S HOW GAIHE EARNS HSS PAY Slandering Honorable Men and Lob bying for the Church OUR DELEGATES DISGRACEFUL WORK Material TntcrcHts After by Gentiles The Funding T5iH Will Vetoed The Silver Capital Notes j LAKR TrtniriNK BnrtEAO J 517 KnurlOfiiiMi Stnet April 1AOO Tr further show Mr Oalnos rriothodH th following Htatimmil hy him Jnflgf to lloiiHfi bfi nowH to Lho of irtati H roferrod to Mr llaslcln as a man without In fluenco In ono who had Ixun off by tho OcntllcJi and who had hit offofits and about if leavo tho TorrlLory It IK nctullMss to nay that at tho Llmo this sLatomonL wa madn Kaskln wan In KfmLiioky Cainn took Lho opportunity of piibllcly niisruprti Bontlng tiolh Thomas and ftaskln when botl were Out of Lho TUB OOPfKM nOOMKH Governor Thomas Wcs Rfiniitfir Sanrtors Dologalo anfl Con grossmun Dorsoy nalhul upun CnislflenL llfir rlson Lhls morning In tmhalf of Lho Ogdcn Kfifiindlng bill Tho to tnko Lho vlow of Mm visiting gunLliinion an Inslatod thar Lho till would liurrUm Llio wiLh flobt A vdto may ho safely predicted OA INKS INTKIIKST IN UTAH A PKAIKM Ta this con noc t Inn IL Is IntorosLlng to noto that Calnc usual has shown no lnttro3L In Lhls maLLcr of vital Importance to Ogflnn Mis Llrro is so oocuplofl with ohttroh that ho Ilnds no oppmMin Jty for anything filso Lho Gov ernment In put in tho position of paying out a year to a morn lobbyist fur an oigan IxaMon which IL Is working Lo suppress Utah has Lo sond flohigatos to tho oapltol to to Lho liuslnosa for wliioh On I no is pakl TUB KOIIT TAIIK iCoprastniLaMvo IlrooldnrUigos bill mak ing tin appropriation of for Lho pur poso of parking anrt planLlng with twos Lho latifl lying hotwdtm Fort Douglas and Halt Lake on Lho Fort Douglas Military reservation was today rofurrod to tho Beorfttary of War for inforruatlon recom mendations and osLlmatos TUIO INTKUGSTH ThoTJiistcrnproks Loday dovotos groat Lo f tho Cawcus Silver bill Rtishioss In Now York rospoiulod promptly Lo Lho InHuotico of thu nuiasuro nifiMt of Lho croakors aro silont about oftonpiophiolod Impending linanolal ruin Whllo opinion Ls still fllvklcfl to Llid doLalls of Lho rnoastiro there Is no clllToronoo fit opinion thai llboral logislaLlon s Tho Lronio silver nioii among tho KopuiUeans aro Insisting that they will not bu buund by oauous uollon and rosirvo tho right to work for amoiidnuints on lino of froo coluugo but nono antlolpato Lbo failure of any loglsi lallon Tho WcsLorn tongrossmou aro praoLloaily a unit and Lho Wostorn pross aro fining good work In keeping Lho ranks stoady AnoiTun ix COMMITTKK WASttiXfiTON April W Assoolatod Houso CommlLtuo on Coliuigo and Moasurcs today iniMinrlxod by a strict party voto tu vooutiiiuoiul silver bill ugnud upon inouiuuis Wodnnsday night inplaooof tho rnodlllod Wliulom sllvor bill ivlroady npoMvfJ tlio comnilLtoO whon Lho lattor is takou up fur consideration In tho Houso Dilitrig Mio session of thio ccnumltteolHancl oflffod stivtral aiuouclmonts whloh woro re Tho uivnibors voted agullist thu bill booauso It a Kopublioaii cauous bill ami ix IMand said it was the worst bill from LIui sllvir stand point that hafl ytit coiiio brfuro tho com mlMoo Whon tho substitute Is ollorod In tho Houso Itliiml will present us a counter proposition a froo Onlniigo bill KUKK PtLltlons woro prcsontod In tho Sonato dav Mundorsoii from of Xo hraskii for tho froo coinage of silver nud by Kvarls from KM of Now York for thesumo tbiiiic Ingalls prcsontod a protost from I of Kansas against tho pitssago of tlu Wfnilotn sllvor bill KfHtCATtON OK INDtASS THP Senate Committoo iii Tndlan Affairs favorably reported Vests hill to provide for tho compulsory eflucniion of Indian ohll dron The bill makes It tho duty of Lho Secretary of the Interior to establish an In boarding school on every Indiim reservation where the population of adults exceeds The bill floes not apply to tho live trlbis nor to the Osagu Indians KOIt MHTSlANA Tho Houso Committee Approprlntlons ordered a bill reported to the Houso making nn appropriation of for the relief of the flood sutTorers In Louisiana A PlMSSIDKNTtAfi APfOtSTMBNT The President has sent to the Senate tho nomination of Jacob Shaeii to be assistant appraiser of merchandise at San Knmelseo TUB ANTlTKUST IlItL IN TIIK flOUSK The Houso on Judiciary re ported the Senateantitrust bill recom mending passage CHINAMKN TO HT5 RKTUISNRn AttorneyGeneral Miller informs tho Treasury Department that there are nine teen Chinamen in custody of the United States Marshalrff Washington held foreom Ing Into tho United States in violation of tho Chinese Extradition act Ho recommends in accordance with a suggostlon of the Sec retary of State that notwithstanding tho presumption that these Cuhmmim entered tho United States across tho British border they bo returned to China at the Govern ments expense for the reason that the men ooulfi not bo returned to Hrltlsh torritory without tho payment of n hoivd tax of 850 each and cvuu then they might probsvbly again evade the vigilance of the United States officers anfl return to this country iecretary Windom adopted tho recom mendation and instructed tho Collector of Customs at Tort Townsond to that they wo returned to China In the most economi cal way by sailing or oLhor vessel bound direct for that country without touching at y American port on routy LOUISIANA The President Signed the joint rosolutlon f Congress passed today appropriating to enable the Secretary of War to IKtrlbiito rations for tho roliof of the lestl Lute people of iho district ovurllowed by th and Us tributaries MILTTAUV CONTKiriLATBO Tt was gonorally expected that the doat nf MaynrGoncriil Crook would result In Lhiingi of inlllLiiry til vision commands bu Iruetor said today that n would bo made for at least tw It Is unfliTstood tha thu elato o roLlremoriL of BrlgnfllorGotieral Grlcrson July 8th IIUH been for a rearrange mifit of commands and tha the prcsont plan a transfer o fJenmil Uowaifl Cbleago Genera MIM in Ntw Vork glvlirg iononilsSLanl Jlbbnn linger MonlLt or Urooks command of the llvlHlon nf tJio KKKK TItAfJU lUnf Hfrpnfcntallvf iUand li llin Moiiic a bill to reduce tho taxes h ilacini on the fren list all ImpcirlOfl goodi In foreign countries for farm pro any fleflclency In revenue caused Lo lio provided for by levying an Income upon all Incomes of SfHlO or upwards JJooks Mm Conijilicity N Ajirll Tho committee appointcfl to Tuflge Uooltstaners criiinoctlon wlLh fraiiflulonb JfJack fli vorce In New York made two reports today Tho majority find tho testimony not sufficient Lo satisfy them that Book hafl gullLy knowledge of Lho con spiracy Tho minority Hay whether iBook Maiidf had tfiillLy knowledge or was meroly criminally iiegllgoiil In MIC discharge Of his flulles ho should bo Impeached Golfl tov LtiKiiioH AyrcM UtrKNfts A vims April T ft is announced Miiit an synfllttaLo hns the Western liuitway for In gold This loaves Huenos Ayres asmplus of The Klnunce Mlnlslor says ho Is confident Lliat wlLh Lhls fiiirplus Lho Govornmcuit will bo ablfi control Lho gambling Gold Ks at SI firemlum TWO LUNATICS TO WED VOKK WIDOW TO MAJRKY AN J 15 HAUON Mrs Llvcrmoro Is for u Title and liiiroik Soiillwo It In Ulrrt J C Ayor to IMiirry n IAIUS April Plspatch Francisco Chrontdr American colixiy 1 idii Is ovor Lha news of tho approaching rnarrlRgo of Mrs Oharlcs K of Now York Lfi Baron llaymond SollUoro Mrs Llvormoro Is oxpnoLcrt in Iails next SaLiirday and the marriage it Is said will Hdon follow Tho baron Is a brolhor of tho wellknown Princess PoSagan ami ho Is wualLby In his own right Many ponplo howuvcr assort that ho Is Ilii has already boon conlluud In several lunatic asylums Tho baron has boon woll known in Now York slnou having lioon Iritrocluood thoru and at by Lho Marquis De Mores Ho Is i tall slondor man with dark onmploxion In 1887 ho otimo to Paris wlLh Count Sala Tho baron hoastod aL LhaL time that ho pos sossori papers compromising to Lho Oiloanlst oauso Invited to dlrio with his aunt the IJuchoHSo ho was at her liousti ijy a liustlqd him n cub unrl In mlnutos howas in jho prlvaLo lunatic asylumofDr Falrofc Cbo haretn claims that the1 whole Llilng was i plot to him Hit of thoway At that tlino ho hoiisttil LhaL ho to narry an Amorloan lady of It was assorted Lhat ho already tad a wlfo living llarou Do Solllloro faUod Lo rotuvn from Mie dlnnor aL his aunts house friends if his suspicious of foul piny wrote to Lho ho Irltiooss DoSugau who ropllod that ho Hid uontj Lfi Oormany Thoy learned Lhe rue fads however by employing dotoo ivos and wont Lo MlnisLor McLean who hon Llio Unltod Stakes hero vhom Lhoy obiivlnoofl that Lho baron hart loolarocl his Intention of becoming u iulcan cltlxoii and had taken up his res loneo iti New York Tho government ro used to release him M Gillard In th Miambcr maltitalnod howovor that th larnu was not Insane anfl that his famll voru sneklng to got hold of his Tlio baron however was roloasocl on Julj and Immoelhiloly sailed for Now Yorl u voyage ho exhibited oooonLrlolLlos o behavior that left many people Lo rcgar him as sLlll iusumi Soon after ho won voluntarily to an asylum for the insane a MUUIloLown N and remained thor some week Thoro is Insanity la th family for the Illnooss Do Sagan sont ho sou Louis llolydo Falloraud Porlgord to tin asylum Another American lady of wealth an social posit Ion also Yorker isroporLc Lo have contraoLud an alllanoo In arlsto cratlc chclts for It is sakl that no loss i poisoii than Mrs J 0 Ayor Is to nuur cousin of Lho morganati widow of tiio murdered of Russia Mrs Ayor Is a millionaire and has a lino housi on Klfth iivenuo It Is being debated in th Amorloan colony which Is tho higher alll unco as princes pleiiLiful in Russia Mrs Llvormoru is a widow of a NowYorl banker and Is worth sovoral millions EVENTS IN OTHER LANDS the Book GenesisNarrative of AN ENGINEERS WILD PROPOSITION He Would Blast a Passage Through the Arctic Oeoiiri Witli The Czar Throws u Sop to the Laboring Clarifies An Oregon AVoman Sails Into u Ohi onjjo Croivil ami Stops a QntCAOO April 25 TiumtNE Dispatch San Chronicle Two booot blaoks wore fighting on Wabash avenue Storday afternoon and something of crowd had gathered to waLoh tho bruLa speetacle A largo boy was hammering a poor ragged little urohln who between hi veils was making every effort to defend lilmself Tho blood was streaming from hi nose when a luindsome rkhlyrtrosscjri young lady passed She sailed into the stroot anel burst through ring like a cyclone Grabbing the largest boy by the ear and coat collar she sent him spinning around half n times toward Lho gul tor and that so quickly that tho astonished gamin could not realize what had hit him VAro you not ashamed of yourself sho said to beat a follow half your to tho little bootblack ho gave him her kerchief and tolling him to wipe his face she purs u oil her way whllo tho big boy ami t he crowd moved away Tho lady was P Howe wife of ManagerHowe of tho Portland Opera Houso Sho is a product of Oregon awl was at ono Lime a favorite California actress This incident is only another evidence of the fact that it doesnt do to fool with tho women of the riolllc Const A Bucket Shop Failure YOKK April Wright oae of the largest bucket shop firms in existence with branches allover tho coun try suspended payments today nnd neither of tho partners Is In the city At tho office of the concern tho employees stated that 110 ono had authority to speak on tho matter At tho otlicc of Doran Wright later In tha elay tho reports of a suspension were de nied and it WHS stated that one tho firm now our of the city was on his way to Now York and would tiiko charge hero tomorrow On the street it was rumored that tho firm had boon badly hurt in the re cent advance In stocks but hoped to pull through His Fun Caino Cheap LONDON April trial fqr libel by George Augustus Sala against Furnlss to day resulted in a verdict of damages for plaintiff Fitrniss poked fun at Sala la aa afterdinner speech LONnoif April San Francisco second aiLlclo In GoMl written in contradiction of recent assaults onLho Rlblo deals with Lho creation in a highly characLorlsLlc arifl original manner fjlarl sLoiio contends Lhat lheuiponingof Lho Hook of Gionosls constitutes a plain straightfor ward narraUvo of Lho ProAflamlLo period Ho maliiLalns that it is noltiier poetic nor sclenLlllc In moaning nor can II bo consid ered so In it was ho says a ill rod communication from God to Leach prlmlLivo man his proper place in Lhe cren Llon anfl Lo givo him a conception In a broad ouLlino as Lo what his Maker has boon about on his bohalt lie considers the days of ero Lo bo nolLher solar nor geological but simply convenient hlsLorlc any occult moaning Only In respect Lo tho croiitlon of light doos Gladstone descend Lo rigid scientific criticism He discusses Lhe events which aro described with Lho object of showing LhaL Lbo Book of Genesis Is a account of tho evolution of Lho world and viowlending up Lho conclu sion LhaL Llio Orrtalnor of rind Lho Giver Lho s Lory of Lho creation aro ono and Lho same AN TWHAM S A II Punsford a prominent civil on glnocr In a pamphlet just proposes Lo iiso lyiiiimlLo In Lhe noithwcsli Lho Arctic fin says As for Lho proposlLlou Lhai wo can onon Lho sea wo nust jemombor that Lhf ko is not of grout Lhlcknoss Mint wo bavo powerful explosives aro porfooLly whon and LbuLovory muss of ice dotiiched on tho lourso of tho stream flowing souUiward will lloat away of I do not of course Lo say that It will bo easy huh Unit It Is within our power Lo make u uluuuiol wide enough for part1 of Lho warm stream Lo pass without losing all Ls houL on Lho way The main barrier with which we should have LO would bo Lho olt of Ice and northwest of Greenland Of course until It Is completed Lho channol will ovor every winter but I do not hlnk that Lho removal of Ice thus formed will 10 so serious adlflloulLy us might be expected Tho Ico bolng cuuscil merely by Lho freezing fcho channel will bo smooth and afior Llio list snowfall ciui bo traversed oaslly by or dog trains so that surface or sub no rgod mlnos can bo laid enabling tho Ico ovor any desired length of socLlou Lo bo irokon up lDsLaueouslysosoon as tho winter s ovor Tlio udvantugos to bo gained by tho opon ng of tho sou iuul Lho amollorafclon of Llio scarcely bo ovorosLlmated liubltiibio offcho ArLlc iiul pormlLLlng thogrowLh there of civilized omriiunlLles a direct roufco to tho Pacific uicl jin Immense Inoroaso In trade with the aollle Coast of America and Asia lands ultablo for colonization within easy reach f Groat Britain and which in1 groat part iclongs to tin British Empire valuublo shorlos cohsidorablo ancliimreasing trade ntho ArLlc Itself and comparative If not otal Immunityfrom storms In the North Atlantic tho principal if not the only f storms bolng tho difference iu tompora turo bctwoon tho poles and tropics IlIK CZAll OK AN INNOVATION Although tlio llussinn Govorniuont for various reasons chiefly bocuuse of tho peculiar social and economic condition of tho country took no part in tho labor con ference recently hold In Berlin it is plain that some at least of tho questions there discussed have found consideration In Lho councils of tho northern empire Tho action of tho Imnorlul Council in passing a bill prohibiting tlio employment in factories and workshops of children under twelve years of ago is a concession la the popular demand and dictates of humanity that IK most surprlsltig those familiar with Itus sluii abhorrence of Innovations especially of a oonclllaLory character or of a nature cal culated to lighten tlio Inndons ofthe people If the bill were passed with a vlow of con ferring u moasuro of protection upon Lhe youth of tho lower classes which Lho council sincerely believed they stood in need of and woro entitled to as an act of justice tho Imperial body has not gono far enough If oti the other hand Lho council intended by its act to appease Lho clamorous agitators and calm the prevailing revolutionary spirit it has gono too far forLho loyalty of oven u Kusslau Is not to bo purchased at a price so InsulLlngly insignificant But it may be that tho Czar Is following cautiously in tho wake of his brother monarch of Germany in the reorganization of Lho labor system of tlio country and if this bo Lho case us it is hoped other and more Important changes will doubtless be made iu the near future FAY TEMPLETOiVS SPKMT1WIFT was a coward and It was sometimes true bonevoJcnee 10 shed the blood of a riotous minority in defense of the lawabiding majority Ho daulariid that May liny was nor a dangerous enemy The naming of a diiyforau assault need not bo dreaded It would be nitrely a sham light like that of the Salvation Army The Womens Confederation NKW YORK April was the last lay of the confederation of womans clubs Jlrs Clymer read a telegram from Mrs Tohn A Logan and Mrs M R M Wallace volunteering the cooperation of tho womens Icipurtiniint of the Worlds liair As sociation Mrs Charlotte Brown of Orange N wris president for the ensuing year May Wright Sewcll ofIndian apolis vicepresident Mrs J C Crowley Juno was mafic record Ing secretary Miss Mny A Tcrnplo of Knoxville Lorrespoiicling secretary and Miss Pintbe Hoarse wife of Senator Hearst of Califor nia treasurer The Four Hundreds Idol Shattered NBW YORK April Dispatch Krancisco Chronicle McAllister son of Ward MoAllisieiV leader of Lho Four Hundred is negotiating to form a partnership in tho wholesale wine and business Nearly all ar rangumonts it Is siid have been completed Tio friends of Ward McAllister think that such a step on the part of his son will cause his retirement from Lho ranks of society Some of the Four Hundred who wore soon thought so too To them the nowswas like the shattering of some great Idol Ho fcho leader of cotillions and who in his manage meiifc of balls had no equal to be the father of an ordinary ovoryflay liquor merchant They shtiflflarofl as they discussed it and wearily admitted that a grave mistake had been made and that never again could he bo tho great f am in their set THE DAWN OF A HEW ERA The flew York Sun Gives Utah a Column Editorial ANOTHER REVELATION BADLY NEEDED But Polygamy Will Go in Course of Tiino Without A Statement ol Utahs Will Come When the Mormon Question Is Settled THE SOUTHERN FLOODS VAST VOLUMES OF AVATI2R POURING THROUGH THK Every Hour JncrcaHflH tlio JCxtont of Inun datocl Koliof Sfcoamcrs at i Tcxsiy PARIS April Osborno is bank rupt His income of SliCKOOO is paid Lo him In monthly Installments and it all goes to Lho bookmakers Osboraos house all of his furniture and all of Llio alleged Mrs Osbornes jewelry aro in Lhe bands of his creditors or pawned His furniture and jewelry alone were pawned for a sum con siderably exceeding francs Fay Tomploton Is going to start next year for A merlon for the purpose of raising money Sho is not married to Osborne despite a report to this effect and her return to the stage is tbe result of necessity Sho has grown quite stout FORCES REVOLTED CAIRO April Coptic clerk who was an employee of Emin Bey while Emin was at Waflelai has made a sworn deposition lefore Moussa Boy to the effect that tho revolt of Emins forces was solely duo to the discovery of Emlus plans surrender his province to tho Mahdi Emin according to iho clerk sent three messages to the Mahdi offering to they were seized and stopped A revolt fallowed this Maussa Boy con siders tho statement credible GOSCHEN PKEPARKS A TRAP N April the committee stage f tho Land Purchase bill tho Government will submit two clauses embodying Pur iclls motion Parncll declares that Gosohons otter Is n trap as his scheme can bo effective whenworked by itself BISMAHCK INDUCED TO TALK Tho Herald today publishes an interest ng account of an interview Bismarck The prince said that if in ho would lot Interfere with tho work nn May Day Neither would iio display any anxiety vhich would onlyincrease tho aggresslvo icss of tho agitators Tho antagonism bo woon the employees and the oniployedwasa atural law and1 a necessity ross Progress the ion over become Ho dwelt upon he need of combattiiui the socialism hp surd would mean BATON KOUGE April of the Martlnny crevasse have been secured and a chitormlnod tillort will bo close It Tho water is rapidly filling the country to tho rear The break at Lobflolls eighteen miles above hero on the west of Baton Kongo is eight hundred Tho people of Grosso Tote and West Baton Kongo as fast sis possible aro bringing thoir stock and cattlo ovor to the hills for safety Only the highest points in West Kongo well escape Lhe ovurllow JUOll WATER AT VlCKSBORG V April river ishigher Limn at any time duringthe past twentyeight years A TEXAS DELUGE ST Louis April spcpial from Gainesville Texas It has been raining almost constantly since Monday last night a cloudburst struck the city lasting four hours und deluging the town and country to a cltipth of severalrfcot The water ran In great rivers through the streets in jjmny small creek Iu ft its banksurnl swept nvay numerous small buildings Hundreds of people aro out helping to rescue families on lowlands along tho creek The whole connLry is crops certainly ruined ASanta Fo tralii Is water bound six miles sou th of Gainesville The passengers will have to be rescued in boats TEN CKEVASS12S AT POINT E NEW PIILEANS April ocrats correspondent at Bayou Sara says There are ton crevasses Jn tho Tho those is the Rich crevasse whore a volume of water foot wide is pouring in and inundating everything There has so far as has been learned boon no loss of life but a great quantity of stock has boon drowned The crevasse at Now is 1500 feet wide and about cubic loot of water per second is pouring through it into the low lauds THE REL1ETT BOATS April steamer Docotah has brought tho report that many of the people aro out of theflooded districts and much stock is around the Need Texas landing Many people preferred to stay saying that tlio river was Tho break in tho old Morgauua isat least GOO foot wide and that In the Grand levco 1000 foot wide and washing out The relief boats aro preparing to New Orleans THE RED 1UVER RISING SIIREVEPOKT April Upper Red river is rising on account of heavy rains In Texas All tho screamsare bank full and si very little water will flood all tho places not levees v PKIJ3STS IN POLITICS SALT LAKE TRIBUNE BUREAU 517 Fourteenth Street April 25 1S90 The Is7ow York Sun today devotes a column editorially to Utah Itsays that there arc signs of a new era of business prosperity The bitter antagonism between tho Mormons anfl the GentUes has long been a great drawback in its industrial Public spirit on Lhe one side has boon ex pended in efforts at and on tho Other in evading the laws of the land But in the recent enthusiastic gathering at the chief town of tho Territory whcro both Mormons and GonLiles took part it was tho nood of summer hotels electric railways and other improvements and the extension ofmiuing and othor material in terests LhaL absorbed attention and brought tho hostile elements for the moment into harmony Of course tho one great need of Utah Is to dispose of polygamy That will be done In time and by those who have found this n pas tree to bo n poison instead of a shelter but meanwhile it is some gain to have Lho branches After a comprehensive statement of Utahs resources tho Situsays In spite of its unflinching attitude toward polygamy Congressis not illdisposed toward Utah and at the present session the Senate has passed u bill for the erection of a public building at Lake CILy Lo cost while tho Mouse committee has reported favorably a bill for the same purpose fixing the amount however at The coming census Is likoly to show taxable property in Utah of about while duringtho last twenty years entries of more acres of public lands have been made No ono can doubt that Utah is ready in resources and in js required fora State to bo admitted as soon as the Mormon difficulty is out of the DGovernor Wests report of 18SS is quoted in extended extracts and tho Sun concludes as follows Governor Thomas in his re port for last that although wltli tlioMormons it Is tho and the country afterward yet at tho last elec tion a small number of Mormons broke away from the strict rules and It was hopedthat the number would increase What Utah needs just now is a revelation abolishing polygamy If sho does not get that plural marriage will go by the board without a revelation and then Utah will come into the imondent of iho furnish some of tho mosi ingular phenomenon in iho rtmiy of menial the curative virtues of liJMTisf upon Ir Paine1 says Ono fomulc patiVm a caso uf mania had boon In the hospital ubour nine months when sho bicnim feverish HOT excited iifl incoherent left her and she became rational JJhe was discharged on January 27th as recovered ami 1 have heard within a few days thai sho coniinues per fectly well This her llfth attack of insanity proceeding attacks having lasted in eav ami tho other sixteen months li appears possible ihat her mental disease was cured by iho ami moreover in its ant icipatvd duration Another female who was very destructive uf clothing furniture boeame rational luring and after fever and eon tinned so uniil her discharge on March LSth fjho had romaincel thirteen months hi the hospital and we feared sha would not recover In her case also tbe disease was aeute mania anrt was as in the preceding case this was her third attack of insanity A male patient had been in the hospital eight jnoiuhs He bad delusions that his food was poisoned and that poison was sprinklofl on him at night Aitor the in lluena he lost and talked about as LhaL had passed They have occasionally thrust themselves upon him since his he appears to now in a suitable condition for a trial at home male patient had been in the hospital about thirteen months He has been at homo about seven weeks and con tinues to do Several other cases of similar naturo are given Editor Goelkhi Discharged NiXW YORK April Tho grand jury to day dismissed the complaint of libel by Bernard V Martin against K L Godkiu editor of tho A GYPSY KING HUNS AMUCK The Desperate Deed of an Aged Romany Ruler HE MURDERS THE QUEEN AND SUICIDES Another Bemvell Case Hunting an Austrian An Attorneys bling and Fast Companions Bring1 a Clerk to Grief THE UNIVERSAL CRISIS ZOLAS OPINION OF THE PRESENT AGITATIONS wrong estimate as to tho tho earthquake would come Ho had put It a couple of weeks too early but that therti wouid bo such an I was posi tive for ill signs pointed to it I said so at the times atul am on record In a score of scientific and oihor papers to that effect It may have boon Erlokson uiado a guess without rho slightest scientific knowledge but he not altogether in Will there be a wave following this earthquake Oh no such phenomena aro raro and thoro is no sucl relation of it in heavenly bodies as to justify any snch Will the disturbances end with this shook and be local to San Kraiuisco will not bo long before wo learn of severer shocks and greater upheavals of nature from other parts of tho Pnoilic Al ready wo reports of oartliquakos In Central America and in Maine and those will not be tho Will tho earthquakes move more in land The West will suffer great winds and A Existing Social Relations About to Disap Situation at In crease in Wages THE WIZARDS WORKS Some Startling Revelations Promised at Quebec MosxitnATi April 25 Tbe Conservatives made a charge that six priests attended the caucus of the opposing party the other and serious accusations in corise quonoo have been laid before Archbishop Fabro against curtJibf Saint Constant The enrols accused of refused to givo Easter communion to ber of parishioners because they opposed the candidates at tho municipal which he was Interested The Archbishop is said to have ordered an The abbe is very active in politics yVtJhejre cent provincial elections a number of liis parishioners say they gave him money which they received as bribes to vote Nationalist candidates Mid consciences not allow them to fake The abbe it is stated said until made to appear in court arid putin the witness stand He has also a large number of law suits against The probabilities are that a be caused by the revelations the Conservative party arid clearly show it is believed to whut great Dolls That Can Talk and Smoke and Otticr Marvelous Inventions NEW April San Francisco Chronicle little girl will soon be able to have a little doll that really talks Edison has opened an ex hibition of bis latest inventions at tho Lenox Lyceum in this city and among tho novel features are ten big dolls which stand in a row andwhen tho crank in their backs is turned they utter various rhymes One says Mary had a little twinkle twinkle little star and so on The voices of course are highly squeaky but the words are plain Another doll in a separate part of the house gives forth with groat distinctness in a childish treble there was a little girl who had a little A perfect doll now can wink walk gestic ulate smoke and talk The talking effect is produced by tho revolving of a tiny phono graph cylinder set inside the doll Each doll can repeat its speech 30ub times Another feature of the exhibit is a chamber known as the Bellamy where all the comforts and luxuries of a household are provided by electrical appa ratus The visitor has meals served on a table which is moved out of the way by and a cigar lit by an electric spark Not daring to go out to tho theater it being rainy lie connects bis telephone with the Gasino and hears Lillian Russell in the Grand Duchess at the Casino and getting tired of that he listens to Patti in Linda at the Metropolitan Opera House Forv in tellectualfood he turns the key and hears a speech by Gladstone or a lecture by Good win Smith Desiring to retire he hears a prayer byCanon Farrar and crawling into bed gets well and presses a but ton which puts out a light and locks all the doors TO WIPE OUT THE TOWN extent tho elections in Quebec cally controlled by andrit hinted a money consideration WOODHUtjO AND A Celebrated Pair Keturn to Amer ica with Their NEW YORK April Sir Cook and Lady1Cook Jennie MiV John Blddulpb Martin and wif of Victoria predicted that soqlsillspn would give a otilof trouble nian who yield manifestation Voodhull arrived on the steamer today In this evening Mrs Martin said they object of their visitswas one used in connection the banking houses ofCook London tension of the AngloAmerican which they are Mrs Martinsaid that Lady Cook and herseif WouldTfound two New Chicago for the prevention of children cquld be taught to abhor is evil in The Dahpmirtn PAJRIS April naisay and occupied a position one Jkllpifteier from Porto The war landed fifty troops inensto reinforce Pierre South Dakota Will Be Ap 1 propriated By a Railroad ST PAUL April Presss Pierre S Superin tendent Van Doren of the Northwestern says it is the intention of the road to take possession of the mile for andthat the landthey r want is exactly where the town of Fort Pierre is situated This is the first official the intention company will immediately com mence legal process to eject the settlers thereon The Fort Pierre citizens claim will fight the company but their chances are slim asthe company has fulfilled all the requirements to obtain title to and the Sioux bill providers theyshall This action of the railroad will wipe out Fortv Pierre which was recently chosen for a and honor to fill across the river from CURED BY THE GRIP Works Miracles in an IBosioNJAjprilVSSijTtTiUBUKE San Chronicle A now iphase of la grippes mysterious influence is Just now interesting the medical profession of Massachusetts Bad Its dreadful work it the same time iwrouglit to a miracle at the Westboro The by Paine superr i NEW YORK April Dispatch San Fnmclsoo Chronicle Paris is out a statement of his opinion of agitation now in progress among working classes in the study of whom ho has spent most of hislife He considers thai tho May Day movement is a premonitory sign of a universal crisis which Is bound to be reached soon in the relations of classes and masses The present social state of the world ho says is about to disappear into history and whether this be accomplished by pacific or byviolent means it is sure to lie advises those who arc in power to watch the progress of the movement closely and to use every means to insure a peaceful revolution A oxioy PACIFIC SUCCESS BOSTON April A Cheyenne special says that last night the managers of the Union Pacific conceded an Innronsefor the employees of 1he eastern division bub could as to the mountaindivision All danger of a strike is thought to bo AN IRISH STRIKE DUIIUN April porters and guards of tbe Great Southern Western Railway have struck for higher wages Traffic 16 brought to a complete standstiM A CHICAGO CONFERENCE CHICAGO April joint committee of the striking carpenters and new sociatiouhas asked a conference with the old bosses association with a view to a sottlement of tho strike Tho conference will probably be held tomorrow It is not probable that the old bosses will accede to tho mens terms TI1K SITUATION UNCHANGED The situation of the carpenters practically unchanged everything ing to depend on tomorrows joint con ference between the representatives of the new tho Car penters Council and the Builders Associa tion Numerous deeds of violence on the part of the strikers in various portions of the city were reported today Iu some in work clone by nonunion men has been torn to piecesby subsequent raids of WANT A N1N15HOUR DAY BUFFALO N April car penters mill hands and cabinet makers of this city have decided to ask for a nine hour flay TO THE COUNCIL PITTSUUBO April grievances of the railway employees wore referred to the Supreme Couucil of the Railway Employees Federation today the various companies having make the concessions de manded The Supreme Council will arrive here on Monday and after making a thor ough investigation will announce their de cision and the men will act accordingly THE ARKANSAS INVESTIGATION Democratic Tickets Voted by Ne groes Unable To Read XiTTM ROCK April Clay tonBreckiuridge Investigation Committee examined aboutseverityfive witnesses to day nearly all of whom were negroes The latter testified that they cast the strafgtit Republican ticket containing the name of John M Clayton as candidate for Congress Tho majority of the negroes who testiiied were unable to readand could not toll whether thetickets shown were the ones they voted or not They were positive however of having voted for Clayton In a very few cases tho Ballots showed that they had voted for Breckin ridge this Stateanumber is written on the ticket corresponding to oppositethe uume of the voter in the poll books so that it is veryeasy to as certain the by each voter In nearly all cases where a negro unable to read bad cast bis vote the ballot produced was straight Domoratic Madagascar Is Hopeful PARIS April San Francisco Chronicle corre TREXTON N J April Pis Francisco The wfo of tho KinK of tha NoMingham gypsies Is by the hand of her Romany royal consort The Romany King of little gypsy tribe himself is dying a suicides doavh from a bulku he succeeded in tiring into his brain while struggling with his son who was bravely cxertinjr every muscle to restrain his father from his alcoholic fronzies For some wcuks this baud of a down or twenty gypsies have pitched their esqno encampment by thooroad in Morris vine a neighboring village The boad of tho encampment was Noah Palmer who earned the title given him in Nottingham shire Ensland and ho waswolliodo but still clung like a true Romany vo nomad life To his wife Rrittana Cooper who had wealthy relatives in Boston he hart been married many years ami they had ton children Noah Palmer went to town and drank too much It was very latoi when the old man and his sons to camp und Noah found his wife slooping in tho tent with his clnuglitors Sarah ami Cassio who aro beautiful girls Old Palmer was annoyed to IIncl his wife iu his daughtors in instead of waiting for him in tnoir wagon as he thought boonmc a dutiful wife PanAmerican Fraud N April Tho Chilian Min Sofior Varias dvsiros ib known that dispatch from Chicago giving tho views of ono Ansoliuo who claims that ho represented Chili at user lean Con ference Is tho uttoranoo of i Mora go ho says did not ivpresont Chill ami has no relations with tho Chilian legation or with tho Chilian representatives at the Pan American Conference A British Kxpedition LONDON April is stated that Sir Francis do Winton will start for in May to assume direction of the affairs Lho British East Africa Company Ho will bo accompanied by several energetic oiHVerg of the company determined to push an ex pedition to tho interior of Africa Without delay CONGRESSIONAL PROCEEDINGS CnlTs Speech Clears the Senate for Joiiisiana WASJIINGTON April minor busi ness tho ivsumcd consideration oC tho lailroafl land forfeiture bill and Gall went on with his argument in favor oi tho amendment as to forfeiture of railroad Re thereupon told his wife to to the Svagon but sho steadily refused insisted upon remaining where she was Old thou retired to his wagon with his son lust as dawn was breaking the old man arose and stealthly entered his wifes Lent Ho a revolver in his hand as he reached tho pallet of straw on which his wife and daughters slept but nothing stirred his to pity Without a word or sound ho raised his pistol and shot his wife through the head She was killed instantly yot old Noah lirecl to make sure of his work The bullet passed harmlessly between her lifeless body and her daughters The pistol shots aroused the old sprang from their beds to see the desperate man rush from the scone of his murder and lire a shot at his own head In his haste ho missed and one of tho sons sprang upon him knocking tho revolver out of his hand and both fell to the ground In the quick sharp tussle the frenzied managed to grasp tbe revolver again and put a bulletin of his brain He will die At this moment Sarah Palmer wild with grief rushed to the riypr and attempted to throw herself in proveiited with difficulty Later she 711 ado other at tempts but her watchers saved her AW AUSTRIAN MCKDBKER IN AMERICA PITTSTON April detectives arc scouring the coal regions in search of Gorg Zapoliski wantefl at Varano Austria for murdering a wealthy German named Thud bis wife two daughters and two servants A THIEVING ATTORNEY SALEM April warrant was issued this morning for the arrost of Goorgo Ives exAssistant District Attorney on a charge of forgery The amount is said to be It Is also stated that Ives has used up his wifes estate of and an estate of which he was trustee to tho amount of S7000 ANOTHER BENWELI MYSTERY MONTREAL April Bcnwell mystery is expected by the people A young Englishman named Kimbcr disap peared mysteriously from the Grand Central Hotel a few days ago companions who canie here with 4iim left him Sunday evening saying that they were going to A7ancouvcr Tbe police can Und no track of him and suspect foul play BROUGHT TO GBJEF JJY GAMBLING PIUOADBLPHIA April Graham spondent ofTemps at Madagascar says that Hova the Premier Is hopeful able to Open the gold fields and enable the country to pay off the war indemnity and regain control of the customs which are now in the handsof NorthernV Pacific Fast Train ST PAmvApril three weeks the Northern will put on a to thev leaving here in the after the arrival of the Chicago trains and time from Chicago Coast by eighteen hours This extra tram wasrendered necessary by the thepresent arrangements for the heavy passenger trafficof theroad Tisitvthe Coast NEW rYoBK McGlynn an ribunced next week he wouYdpstartjfor the pacific Coast His San Francisco to visit relatlvesi buts hewill several lectures in thesanietime clerk in the insurance department of the Pennsylvania Company was committed to day to a charge on embezzling SOOOO Gam bling and fast company are the causes A MERCHANT IS JAIL HATjFAfcr April Hamel one of tbe largest merchants of St Pierre is in jailhero He has been infinancial diffi culties and bis creditors alleged that he wis making for the United States His liabilities are said to be THE ELECTRICAL EXECUTION AUBURN N April career of Willijjm Kcmmler is gradually approaching a termination and nothing but a respite from the Governor can save him from the terrible cxperimen t next week He fully re alizes his position and Intends to meet hte fate unflinchingly Tho arrangements for the final act in tbe tragedy are substantially completed Warden Durstan ot di vulged the day of execution but good guess ers name the middle of the week as the time AMERICANS IN THE ORIEN7T Better Treated Than Other Foreign Consuls LONDON April Dispatch San Francisco Ctironiclc Lynch president Uf the San Francisco Stock Exchange sailed on tbe Brittanic yester day after several months sojourn In Egypt Lynch has written an interesting book of Egyptian sketches which was published in London today He says that in the far east an American is better treatedtlian travelers ofother nations his nationality being the best recommendation Jie The richest man in Asslout is the American Consul who owns several thousand acres of the best valued at SlOfi per acre Only a few Americans who the Nile stop at the Consulate says Lynch VI would not be an American Consul for a good deal It Ls a most disagreeable posl with the salary at only haft of what is paid his colleagues of the other great powers any one of our Consuls east of Vienna and BomefTnttiiages to live within his official have private resources of his run 5n Fending the Somite took up and passed tho House joint resolution ap propriating SISIKOOO to bo used by tho Secre tary of War for tho relief of destitute por sons in tho districts overflowed by tho Mississippi river and tributaries Con sideration of tho Land Forfeiture bill wag resumed Call began his speech but soon stopped to make complaint that ho had but a few hearers He said if tho people could only look in and witness tho scone In tho chamber they would form an opinion that tho day was pnssing by when Senators were of any use in tho Government of tho country Mo then resumed his argument in explanation and advocacy of the amend ment offered by him in the interest of settlors on railroad lands In Goorgo and Pasco also spoke and tho bill went over without action until next After tho deliverance of eulogies ori the late Representative Gay the Senate adjourned f Housed WASHINGTON April Committee on Appropriations presented appropriating TO eiiabltythG tary of War to distribute the lief of destitute people in tho district over lowed by the Mississippi and tributaries Passed By Ji voto of 370 to 100 the House went into Committee of tho Whole on the Legis lative Appropriation bill On motion of Sayers Texas an amend ment was adopted providing that hereafter every new application for examination be fore the Civil Service Commission bo accompanied by the certificate of ah with the ofliclal seal attached of the county and State of which the applicant claims to be a citizen On motion of Cumwlugs an amendment was adopted providing for traveling expenses of tho Commis slon instead of the necessary traveling expenses as provided in the bill The ap propriation for the olficcs of tho Director of the was taken up and without comr pleting consideration the committee rose and the House took a recess The House at its evening session passed thirty private session bills and adjourned BKOBIES TRIP POSTPONED Calamity April 25 TRIBUNE Dispatch San Francisco Chfonicle Ottawa Professor E Stone Wiggins the great Canadian prophet claims point In his favor that ago that Francisco an earthquake He did jubilant tonight when but took tho rnatter asjlnjtiie veryf liaturp of When he said Just 5 af tfecij religious fanatics hafl alarmed people of itho Pacific Coast with prophesIesVof learthi quakes tidal other I maid that Ericksoa hud made a Why tho Great Bridge Jumper WIH Not Go to YORK April Dispatch Francisco Chronicto Brodio will not leap from Europeanbights for tho amusement of tho crowned heads dfc swim the Kngllsh Channel this summer Hi had bought tickets for Liverpool forhimselfj his wife and his child and Intended to sail on Tuesday last Hiswifo loft him on Sat urday night Tho young woman left Steve because he had beaten her to her motber Mrs keeper of Albany on Saturday night declared that Steve had struck her and ten her in a drunken frenzy burned to his saloon that he never bit her Jlo eloped bany with her kbout two years She had become infatuated with of fcis achievements a a swimmer andjumper She was then only 16 years Thieves N J April of timber thieves were recently prosecuted as a result fires if ere started Wcdneis day in a dozen different places on General John S Quicks 3000acre tract In South ampton and in a very short tlmeabli forest fire was raging Much timber and several houses are already burned and the fire is not under control Priests and the May Ijawg BBRMN April Bandesrath hM sanctioned theabrogation 1874 by which priests who with the May laws rendered themselves liable to imprisonment and Tho police of Hamburg and prohibit openab men on May 1st Capuain Schmidt Will Die X April Advices f tcrsburg state that Captain Schmdt sold the plans of the torpedo defenses to the English and German bo j shot and the plans altered A Conference of CHICAGO April of the held lierc txiday to consider the joint rate biU passed Legislature No con SPARKS Sic President has signed
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