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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - May 5, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                CIRCULATION EXCEEDING OK hT 11 In the City Combined THE MOST EXTENSIVE ANDr In the Mountain 178 SAiET LAKE CITY MORNING MAY 5 1890 PRICE A DEMOCRATIC STILLHUNT Hordes of Free Trade Missionaries and Barrels of Money A GRANGER HOUSETOHOUSE CAMPAIGN Brice and Hfs Gang Trying to Save tho Cleveland and Campbell Boom Started Out on Trip CrnCAao May Ban FrariclHCO Chronicle special from Washington says Tn connoctiori with tho meotlrjg of tho Executive Committee of the National Kcpubllcan Corn m called for next wook It may bo said that ono foat uro of the discussion will bo the campaign work of tho Democrats It is popularly su p poscd that gentry aro quiescent but the rovftrso tho case The heavyweights of tho Democratic party aro carrying on a very crafty stillhunt They aro making an oxponslvo campaign Thoy arc doing a missionary work for tho spread oT tho gospel of froo trade Chairman Brloo William L Scott of Pennsylvania Mills TCOSH Oolrlchs Barbour and others aro behind tho work Thnparty has a lartfo forco of walking delisgatns scattered over tho country Those apostles of Democracy go to Uio farms thoy slop afc thn furmors house they IdsH tho farmers and aro deeply In to rosier In tho condition of his crops When thoy havo worked tho farmer Into a propor frame of mind ov6r tho depressor condition of tlio farming Interests thoy use their olo riitoricio to persuade him thai all this Is rtnn to tho failure of tho Democrats to carry Iho country at tho last election and having planted soorl In hln bosom thoy aro gone for another man This sort of a campaign Is vory oxponslvn but tho Democrats have already levied for tho nocossary funds To somo of tho States largo amounts have boon sent to bo followed by rnoro as soon as nodded This Is tho situation which will IKJ discussed by tlio Republican loaders ar tho mooting next wook They have learned abput how formidable a campaign i Is bolng made and will discuss tho host methods for mooting It A TICKET vcm 03 about it until it appeared In print Ho ad mitted that it was written at house but claimed that a newspaper man came to nim for thu facts and ho invited a friend con versant with tho faots to furnish thorn vision of the Ktory made it appear that IJyrnes had not altogether re pudiated tho story brat declared on tho contrary that bo had sortie evidence is to tho past career of Victoria and her sister hut ho had noevidence to show that she was the Victoria Woodhull tho pooplo used to talk aboutr interrupted Mrs Martin and thats where much of tho trouble has come There wore any number of people who trav eled under tho names of Victoria Woodliull and Tenny CJaflin arid wo were mado scape goats of all their Inspector Byorns this afternoon rnadojja statement In which Jho denies tlio assertion to tho effocl that ho apologized to Mrs Vic toria WoodhullMartin Saturday for the publication of an urticlo about her I refused to said he 1 said would bo responsible for tho staio tjionts published overmy name amlwis willing to moot thorn In court I stand to what I and refuse to apologize I told thorn I was the author of tho Mrs Martin Victoria Woodliull was soon In to Inspector UyrnoH statorhont Siio was furious with anger and said she could not understand the Inspectors action She said that persis tent persecution was gradually driving her crazy THE LAND OF THE PHARAOHS The Condition of Modern Egypt as Described by an American THE EGYPTIANS WANT TO BE LET ALONE They Are Robbed by Foreign Bond holders and Detest the Straight Linced Khedine is a Gentleman but lias Only One Wife and no Head light out and rose at half past i starting on the march at 5 writing my look my idea place before my own countrymen a picture of Egypt and oriental customs which might reading and in them to visit the land of the Pharaohs Life there to a Westerner is a Tho Funeral or Senator Bcolc May Kentucky del egation have assumed charge of tho re mains of Senator Beck and will tomorrow morning finally arrange all the details of Lhe funeral Senator Blackburn will ask JioSonuto to adjourn over until Wednesday The funeral Is to take placo in tho Senate jhamboron Tuesday WAHTITNOTON May ExProsldont Cleveland has gono back to Now Ycrk wltli oit tho caso which ho came to lay boforo tho Stiprorno Court Now thoro Is an attompt to nako It appoar that Ills visit was on political rather than logal bus iness and thai In this ho was1 not so urisuc rossrul Tho Critic tonight says flolnr blank that Mr Cleveland was hero to start his boom for02 Tt further says that this boom was started mooting of tho Free Trade Koforrn Club hold In tho ancient city of Ifaeerstown Friday night This was attended by Springer Wllsun of WostVir glnla and nreckinridgo of Kentucky Tho Crlllc says Tlio Hngcrstown mooting was gotten up to aiV oppoitunlto for thoso gontlo mon t outline tholr dosiros and the inten tion of tho wing of tho party to which thny groatSotithorn Froo Trado wing Tho real intent and object of tho mooting was to sot going tho boom for Olovo limfl and Campbell In 1802 Tho throe gon named nro all warmly In favor of that ticket which thoy fondly bollovo to bo a winning orio Uosklos this n lotttor was road from in which ho roltoratod tho views on tho tar I IT question which ho advanced In his famous message It was received with tumultuous enthus iasm Another letter was roud from Gov ornor Jarnos E of Ohio which was warmly rooolvod Other letters wore from Maryland politicians That tho mooting accomplished the pur pose It was gotten up for In evident from tho satlsllod and complacent looks yester day of tho Miroo gontlomon named Thoy have started tho Cleveland arid Campbell boom tfoing and much to tholr own satis faction started it in a Southern State and thoy did ao by A Welcome Snowstorm ST FAinn May foil o a depth of an inch or more but it soon noltqd Xtopoits tonight indicate that the snowstorm was general throughout tho Northwest from La Crosso to Turnos extended and reached to the Jake on the north This snowfall is generally rogarded sis favorable to big crops late snowH informer years having been in variably followed by big yields 1 AT THE FOES MERCY HOW 35ASY IT HE TO 1LOOT SAN lUlANCISOO In tho JCvont of War tho City by tho Son Would a Tempting A Sunsntlonal Article THE WJ5EK IN CONGRESS Measures Thnt Will Oouio TaiilV Discussion WAautNOTON May number of mat ters of general Importance have boon as signed for consideration in tho Senate this Tho bills for tho admission of Idaho and Wyoming are unfinished business until Wednesday wlion Toncss Sllvoc bill will bo tho special order If action on this is de manded tho Admission bills are likely to go over Two things may prevent consldora tlon of tho SHvor caucus to bo hold boforo Wednesday or tho reporting Army and Pension tho silver ques tion may go over The Dingloy Worsted Cloths bill Is also llkoiy to como up and tho death of Sonata Book will disarrange tho programme by causing an adjournment tomorrow His dbath will also disarrange proceedings in tho HOUHO as an adjournment oC that body is expected on tho receipt of an ollloial no tice from tho Sonato This will retard tlio River and Harbor bill tho managers of vhloh oxpeotod to push it through tomor row under a suspension of tho rules Tho Tariff bill according to the pro gramme will bo takon up on Tuesday General debate will begin at once and is ox peotod to coiwurno at least one week after which tho bill will bo discussed by sections to amendment in detail NKW May Dlspatcn San Francisco Chronicle Tho Jferald this morning gives a page to show that a foe could force way into San Francisco from the soa without dlJTlculty Chill China or Japan could swoop tho Pacific coast without chock at any point They have ships fit for the work anil wo have neither ships nor guns to oppose thorn Throo hundred mill ions of dollars could bo takon out of San Francisco andasmuch more out of other cities i From a point far beyond the roach of tho gunson shore an armored ship gunscould drop shells In the of tho Pacific Coast metropolis 1Cthe guns in tho fort were of the latestand most poVerful typos capable of kooplng a fleet outaldooC tlio Golden Gate San Francisco would still be at tho enemys mercy Iu nlnotyslx hours with average weather a battleship can staam from Van couver to the Golden Gate and with or without ono persuasive shot loot Vho won derful city by the sea From the south a Chilian squadron could rush suddenly get ting in easily and by a dozen devices which tho subtleties of International law could not inalco illegal and thon with a broad side aimed at first so us to scare badly and harm tho least calmly domand by this per suasive a sight draft ransom beggaring the country from Sitlcn to San Diego Gpnoral J 1owurd is quoted assaying San Francisco bay could bo entered even now by an Immense Hoot without material oppo sition Tlie city and surrounding towns could bo shpllod communication with the Interior out oil and irreparable loss sus tained bytho destruction of our military stores at Maro Island and Bon Ida Surely It Is tho part of common sonso to make prep arations for such a contingency Coast defenses aro as Important as ilro insurance Tho estimate in ono of myreports for San Frnnolyoo defenses was about That was the Senator Hearst Is Quoted as favoring the construction of both buttle ships and land fortifications Senator Squiro says Tho idea of our groat cities being at tho mercy of ono ar mored war vessel is Olunlo of San Francisco says Wo have in tho sub at Sun Francisco and I know a foreign ironclad that could bo prevented from coming in and taking It If it woro demanded we should have to hand it over sooner than stand a Another from California says I tho construction of a suf NJSAV YORK May Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle Lynch president of the San Francisco Stock Exchange arrived Britannic to day He Is woll and thinks Egypt a great country Whilo in Egypt last autumn and winter ho wrote a series of sketches which Edward Arnold of London published re cently in a voltimn of 250 pages When in London Lynch was interviewed by tho Pall Mall Gazctta on tho English occupation of Egypt Ho I had an excellent opportunity of study ing tho natives and learning their senti ments because in the native quarter of Cairo hired native servants and mixed with all Eugene Schuylor tho American ConsulGeneral in Egypt gave mo every assistance during my stay Wo wont up tho Nile together as far as Thobcs visiting the AmericanConsuls on the way Altogether I had a good opportunity of ing how thepeoplollvo how bho countryis administered and of ascertaining the native opinion of English rule natives dont want the English here But for thai matter they dont want anybody They wpuld rather bo without Egypt forthe the idea of thourban population At all ovonts thoy have the lymphatic tempera ment ofthe they dont want any European powers to control them They have no sense of responsibility might almost say of reasoning on matters connected with tho alTairs of nations thoy aro as incapable of reasoning as children Theyseenvtpj think that if the English would loavetheywould bo happy There is no tomorrow with them remember the days of Ismail Pasha when money was borrowed by tho million and spent with equal freedom rule English rule is very just but vory firm and firmness touches the Tho administration is also graduallydisplacing the useless and corrupt English men and thatcreates 111 feeling The routine classes the military casto and the common want tho old andcareless Oriental methodOf living They dont want straightlacod according to ourChristian standard Every thing is Kismet with them dont coiint ancVthey dont care Allthat they aslcis to be left alone They toil from morning tillnight pay wavesof Valuable Etchings Destroyed May new residence of George M BramhallOf South Orange was discovered to be on fire this morning The fire loss of on thehouse The greatest loss however was in etchings of which Brarnhall had ono of the finest col lections in the valued at 000 The loss pictures Powdcrly on immigration NEW YORK May Francisco Chronicle along article in the Tribuneon the immigration evils Master Workman Powderly following more any kind arc desirable as there are rnoro than enough workers now in the country continuous immigration of ignorant and slavish to this country is a grave menace to our sbcialand to the rights of competent to exorcise such rjflltilsis a pro cause of degradation American polices vr THE KEMMIJ5R HABE AS CORPUS The Electric Company Denies Any Connection With It AN EIGHTHOUR MULTITUDE Five Hundred Thousand London Arti sans in Mass Meeting JOHN BURNS WANTED AT CHICAGO tho May Day demonstrations proved larger than wus supposed would bo the case and such action by tho employers has been tho cause of several union strikes Fire Thousand Denver Workmen Chicago Coopers Will Hours Required on Government in Spain and France May Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle lisbed letter George Wostinghouse says I desire to say in the mostemphatic man ner possible that neither I nor the Westing house Electric Company nor any person sociatcd with mo hasany connection dlrec or tho habeas corpus proceedings instituted in the Kemmler case or eflort to abolish capital this State by legislative roakothl denial without any reservation any character If there are any terests behind those movementsit is notthe Westinghbuso Electric Oompanyrbut it is more likely to bo those the hope of Injuringthebusinessof caused an electric a par ticular manufacturo to bo bythe State for execution that the agitation which they have institu ted and kept alive is reactingagainst them selves QUAYS RESIGNATION flolont number or ships to defend our Tho so long as wastefulness doesnot ensue should not bo THE RECORD OP CRIME The Cronin Funeral CHICAGO May Formal intormon1 ceremonies over the remains of Dr Cronlu wore held at Calvary cemetery today The assemblage gathered closoly about tho grave as the few brief words of service wore spoken by Father Miildoon and Father Toomey After tho religious services those present passed by in cfoUblo flic viewing the casket as it rested above tho recep tacle prepared for its final resting place When nil had gazed at the cotlin u heavy put in plaoc closing tho tomb was than scaled VICTORIA AND TENNY An Woodliull and Clafliii NEW YOUK May Blddulph Martin and wife formerly Victoria Woodhull had a long interview with Inspector Byraess to day In an interview last evening sho said that she called to see about a sensational article which appeared in a Brooklyn paper last November over Inspector Byrnes sig nature containing alleged facts and rem iniscences about a pertain notorious ad ven turess wi th which was coupled Victoria Wolxlhull and Tenny Olafiln sent throughputall England mailed to almost every my and usedin such a the basestattempt the some one who will yet be I V M rs Martin sjiid that Byrnes tfaid ho did notwrftothat authorize its publication Three Brutal Murders Fast DUBLIN Kay Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle man called who is in tho Limerick jail awaiting trial for tho forgery of a deposit receipt and Loln ster Bank has refused food for the last forty days prefer dug death to disgrace JillUTAIflTr AT DENVuft May Mrs BuUorfiold a widow lady South Eleventh street was found lying on tho fiobr of her room this morning dead Tier clpkheswore torn oV her bruised and there wore indications desperate had taken the woman was and thou iriurdorod There is no clue to the perpetrator KILIVED BY May a passenger train at Burk Akors a drunken section yesterday fired several shots at Jerry MoMullen MoMullen antV hiswifp wounded seriously und Miss LoSvery a passenger the MURDEUKD bettor known as TJnclo a was found mindorcd Sat urday Not long ago John German tenant on one of Boyloss f arms had some as a result of which ho kill Boylos out Mlcohbr Connor aged been up by Boylos after some coaxing persuaded him to bencfac tor Yesterday the old man was ambushed by Connor ajui head shot Low have bpcusurrested and successive invasipns1swepp over thorn out olToctlng any Thoy have been tho same for 3000 y ears they art Booted to tlio same place in worlc from the time they are born until they die Ton million pounds is raised every year half of which goes to pay the interest on bonds That is morethan ought to be levied in a country of million acres and six million people It bears very heavily on tho Fellaheen especially in a bad year which happens very often in Upper Egypt In the delta the system of canal irrigation is so good and has teen so much improved by the English that a total failure of crops is alinostimpossiblo but that1 system has not been extended to Upper Egypt and if tho Nile is either too high or top low it affects tho harvest fails and tho poor Fellah cannot pay his taxes and his cattle are taken and sold If the in terests were not soexcess tho English had capital to improve the canal system Egypt could bo made as fertile as in tho days It is selfevident tliaVtbomuch money is squeezed outofithe people InIndia they raise from people and in Egypt fhoy from about of abou t five times as in ucli Th is is not due1 to tlio extravagance of tho administration but to the enormous amount that has to bopaid the bondhold ers It m ust bo remembered the bond liolders iiovor gave much more than half of the par value very little of that was spent On public works AYhilo it is my opinion that English is exceedingly bencOclal making the poor pooplo pay interest on these bonds isascan dal to the whole civilized They may not bo able to helpit but it is as if they did not go there for thobenefit of Egypt or its people but for the benefit of the bond holders It would hot suggest ii repudia tion or a scalitig idowri of interost The bonds have changed hivrids so often that it Impossible to vdo so although the Egypt remains the Tho con hibn the Fronch are pro posing a saving of or so but that is not much ascompared with whole The only for the FellalieenLtliat I can see is in an bxtonsipn of of irrigation whJchIlbeliove is contemplated There is always plenty of water if it bet distributed are raised in the Delta every while in Upper Egypt which population j they get no more than one crop If therewere a complotq system of irrigation and two cr6ps were a year the production wouldbo doubled and the taxes could be fairly met trouble is to pay tlie interest and run tluv government a hundred millions of the homliVaL d ebt boon ox puhcled berie Ji t of ti i e country there would havo boon to miles of railway loblAyoenCairGaiul Assiaut The fljie Has No Idea of BEAVER Francisco In an interviewtonight Senator Quay again pronounced the rumors of hjsresigna tlon as chairman of the EoputjlicanjNational Executive Committee as wltbout fpunda tlon said purely vnews paper business I knew notiiingi of Iheardthe rumor the1 for the mittoo the election of 18881 thought for the reasonthat1 the duties of chairman are andpinterfere with my Senatorial ork were made he cbri tinned the idea have no idea of Senator ina tone and with amanner that tho matter in hismind Ofthe origin of the professed entire ignoranob nothing except that ho In toan inquiry as to Gubernatorial contest lieVsaid I am not interfering inthe mayfight It out among The Senator will leave some time tomorrow for Washington i FILljED A PAUPERS GRAVEDv LONDON May labor demon stration in Hyde Park was a magnificent success and excelled in point of numbers and orderly enthuslasTn all working class atiierings sinee the groat reform as semblage in I860 The splendid organiza tion of the taking part in tho processions brought together in tho Park half a million people who met went through their business and dispersed with accident occuring of a dis orderly character The leading bodies were the trade councils which included eight groups reiyesenting the leather trades Removal or Grants Remains NEW YORK May San Francisco Cftjxmicte Grant tho widow of General Grant was asked at her house No 3 East Sixtysixth street last night if she had given or was likely to give her consent to tho removal of the Generals borty to Arlington three miles from Washington She said she had not heard of the proposal before and until it was placed before her she did not care to discuss it Dispatches from Washington say that Colonel Grant has written from Vienna to General Bealo that he believed that if the request came through Congress there would be no opposition from tho family EVENTS IN OTHER LANDS lord Roscberrys Scheme for AngloSaxon League an THE QUEENS NAUGHTY SONINLAW The Wretched Death of aDegraded Daughter of KANSAS CITY May 4 Mary Stone once a beautiful and Ietined died in a shanty in Hells Half Acre several ago u 11 atten ded excep t by a n aged v by whom Dr Curtis found the wonian lying upon a bed made bf rough boards iovcr which borsej blanket was thrown while sacks filled with hay served The woman died of malarial fever and caused by dissipation andwaiJtA She was formerly Miss Mary Livingstoricy and was born Her father was Samuel Dobsonv acqusln of tho Dobsons of Philadelphia tho great car pet manufacturers She wlion sent University in In 1873 she fnarried Living ston a young brewer and a in ember pfono of the respected She lived With band throe years r when ho secured av di stated iivingstpns in witlv English officers metal and cabinet workers and shipping clothing printing paper and building trades Those bodies in which were numerous re lated trades mustered in specified districts of the metropolis early in and marched headed by bands and banners to ward the ThamesEmbankment the central tho marshaled array was ordered to start for the park The gigantic procession moved pIT at 3 oclock amid thunderous cheers and tho blending music bands The route toward the park wso along Bridge street St James Park and Bird Cage which were linsd with spectators Masses of artisans joined the panidbrs on the way until on entering the parlcthe estimated number of men in lino was Simultaneously with tlio appearance in the park of the trades columns sections of the Social Democratic Federation began to enter Some of them had joined the main body on tho Thames Embankment while others were marshaled in distant suburbs from different points The Railway Workers Union had also special processions some of which swelled the columns while others marctied in crowds towards the platform centers The total number taking part in jihe various processions was estimated At and these were almost lost in tho vastness of the assemblage gathered around thethirteen which the labor forth After the paraders tiad formed around the platforms tho speak ing commenced Shortly after 4 oclock resolutions demanding eight hours as a days wbrjc were carried amid the ac clamations of tho multitude and by 5 the paraders hadreformed in to Hair a millionis a moderate estimate of character of which wore every whore of the theragtag lincTibpbtall being A lotablbieature was tliat the bands byolntionary niusic The speakers in ludedDavitt Cunningham Graham John Burns Thomas Benjamin Tillott trs Aveling and Annie Besant TUB COOPERS WANT JOHX BURNS CHICAGO May something unexpected posnot occur tomorrow mployed about thepacking1 houses at the tockyards with the exception of a couple housesincluding Armours will go out n a strike Their request for eight hours rid decrease in Nvages of per cent a S3 a day man down to was ignored by tho and the result is a determination to quit At a mass meeting today at which over 200 persons wore comiiiittee was appointed to correspond with John Burns who recently won the big dock laborers strike in London the object being to enlist him in their cause with the packers It is the intention to bring1 the famous loader to Chicago tho coopersguaranteeing to pay his expenses May a meeting of the Trade and Labor Assembly today dele gates from ilie Bricklayers Union and car penters reported that tho mason work being done for the Government at Fort Sheridan isbcingcarried on under A Cleveland Sensation M ay Dispatch Francisco Chmniclc sen sational divorce caso In aristocratic circles was begun hero yesterday Four years ago Estclla Clark a daughter of a coal mer chant in good circumstances hero was mar ried in scorer to Wilson Chamberlain a brother of Junnie Chamberlain who re cently marriedinto the English aristocracy A few days later tho Chamberlains discov ered tlio alliance and sent young Chamber lain to England where ho has been ever since Yesterday his wife sued him for divorce and alimony on tho grounds of desertion Victor Hissed by the Prcncb on Labor anil Christ Executioners The BaHour Foreign News Corbctt Finds a Backer Ninv YORK May Dwyer the well known sporting man has expresced a will ingness to back Jim Corbott of San Fran cisco to fight any of tho heavy pugilists including John L Sullivan for any amount up to Dwyer says ho is willing to back Sullivan against Killrain but thinks Corbett can defeat Sullivan THE CONQUEST OF AFRICA CONTEMPLATES ANOTHER SOUDAX British Maneuvers for Gaining Advaii tagos on tho Upper Bit ter Attack 011 Stanley LONDON May Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle treaty which has been concluded by tho East Africa Company with King Mwanga places Uganda completely under British protection and gives tho control Of Victoria Nyanxa to Great Britain It clears the road to Albert Nyanza and tho sources of tho Nile and makes it possible for the English to push forward through that region without danger of continual conflicts with the natives The treaty is also in a largo measure a checkmate to the in East Africa is part of the project J Government to reconquer the Soudan and preparations are now in Egypt to start an there in November the first point aimed at being Dongola From that place it istho intention Government to have the expedition follow tho course of theNile to Berboiv Tho Egyptian Government designs when Berber is once occupied to construct arallvaiy to Suakim1 and graduallyreabsorb theSoudan from north to south There is no danger of this plan being interrupted by any new convention with the that Lord Salisbury has made1 a sort of oiFer to the Sultans Government in relation to the conditional evacuation of Egypt Lord Salisbury has Intimated to the Italian Government that although be is desirous of havingthe cooperation of the Italians in the work of reopening the commercial routes to Khartoum still Italian projects ought to bo confined to Abyssinia and the Italians ought not to touch the Interior of Africa or venture beyond a certain distance from tho coast in the equatorial regions Following Stanleys book In Darkest anofficial publication re cording the quest rescue and retreat of Emin tlie Governor of Equatorial Africa LONDON May San Francisco Chronicle Series council was held yesterday at which tho Ministry discussed the advisability of adopt ing Parnolls scheme as supplementaryto Balfours Irish Land Purchase bill and dis cussed tho question as to how far tho Irish leaders proposals should bo followed and adapted to the Government measure it be ing generally conceded without debate that some action in this direction is feasible and desirable Balfour himself urged tho adoption by tho Government of Parnclls proposal to givo priority of purchase to tho smallerlioldings A section of the Ministry opposed this sug gestion fmd no decision upon it was readied Tho proposal is strongly objected to by landlords on the ground that its effect hi practice would be to cut up estates and would make It impossible for them to get rid of their land in blocks as thoy would much prefer to do This objection only emphasizes the argu ment of tlie Irish members that the Balfour bill as it now stands Is strongly favorable to the largo landowners and is not In spect at least at all benciichil to tho ten antry In tho committee stage of the bill tho Rad icals willtry to incorporate in it the principle of tho Canadian Homesteads act An enor mous number of amendments aro already placed on record to be proposed in uuo course so that there is promise that tho discussion of tlio bill in Parliament will be protracted for months before a final vote on it can be reached TUB DISESTABLISHMENT QUESTION Gladstones pronounced advocacy of tho disestablishment and tho Church of Scotland as set forth in his speech yesterday when he voted for Camerons motion which was lost bya ma1 jority of thirtyeight has given an immense impetus to tho attack upon tho establish ment in England This question is now re garded by many as promising the leading plank in the platform of the Liberal party at the next general UOSEBISRRYS East End of Londonlias been corisid ering imperial federation tie Cambridge presiding oir a meeting leer New an address is an expert on this subject and his address described by Lord qucnt but the room from LordKbseberry spoke brielly as Fbrster used to English speaking countries United States as well as those less onies which remiiined colonies sliould bo welded Into one great league and so the world Ho does not doubc that in Canada and Australia great nations will arise They and the other colonies must federato among themselves as the first step great league England remains and will still remaina home to all British subjects In those islands aro tho of tho AngloSaxon race In iAfter discovered furnished the tenhour rule indirect violation of tho eighthour Thesecretary was in structed to notify tho Chicago delegation in the Secretary of War of this infringement and request that measures be taken to discontinue the violation f ALIENS Howard of the Journeymen Carpenters Council stated tonight th at an is to be the Asso ciation for violation pi the alien contract Anadvertisement from the Jias becn the Canadian papers hen to take thestrikers Ch icago E vi dpnao has been collected by watching thOv tliejity in vttiis wayir It Is Inolnciently TclonCkripw that it pays interest the capital ex The native1 awny Thd English onioqrs eniforccand stiiot df the latest the Ivrupp cannon of is bne most courteous and clogairt of He has no vices li asjon ly iqne f u and no roligi6usiuid orthodox Mussel imHiJxbn has no force of eharactcr people reHpect ihitnv lnip dont hirn ffither stud him He has n a h ear t an u o li cad t never collent farmerjbutv present likes fpreigneiv latter place connected the regulararray Fletcher to Florida with where ho died Ho lef t her V arg6 su m of mo n ey and cori s id e r abl e property Fletcher went to Ch icago r She several then went Washington and yyas aripffdct ran m eichiiu going Fran where she was desertedarid leffc to addicted bsbciai dyings her people should journeymen the hew association ADHNTEBDEBIONSTIlATiON PENYEB May 5000 laboring men thestreets this af ternpon the parade they held a meeting She gr m andtheyare everytliiing ljeadv statota reoplvedirbi Board of i spacetbbo After at the where speeches were made humber of the leading men of the city All the Union the eight and there JsVno occasion for dis a strike THE FRENClt STBIJCERS PARIS tranquiL Bio strike There serious rioting there last night andseveral persons wounded r The Mayor llpubaix asked forreinforcements sent The employers that they willing to ugreet the ten hours if theptiier niariuf acturers will which will appear from the presses of Samp son Low Martin probably before the end of thIs month Jcphsous book will ap pear This workwill describe nine months of life with Emin in the absence of Stanley Besides giving another view of the expedition Jephson writes in a tone much friendlier to Stanley than Bonnys probably because he knows how to dcalrwith the facts better than The hitters bbok cover ing tho period of the terrible months of star vation andfighting in camp at Aruwhimi blames Stanley for the disastrous loss of life which occurred during this j5art of the expe dition and holds up the great explorer as an unscrupulous adventurer reckless of the lives of his colleagues and as a braggart who suppresses truth for the sake of glori fying Bonny is the sole survivor rof the rear guard and he has some of the most dra matic episodes of the expedition to narrate He does not spare Stanley in his frequent outbursts of and alleges that the leader has been trying to keep him in the Bennys whole story isone sided in the extreme taking no account of the ineniciencyaTid disapoointing incapacity thedifflbiilt problems oC travel in CentraL Africa were the thought liecould safely dependii upon sand his 1 bitterness against StanleyjTejida like theresult of ment and animosity rather than a calm and impartial record of WANTS A HUNDRED THOUSAND mean to keep Tho people In the Peoples Palace duly cheered these fine sentences LA13OR AND CHHISTIANITT artieloin the LJoyd which is to appear tomorrow iu bphalf of a closer alliance of labor and art and in be of the debt which labor owes tho gospel is a powerful argumentln favor of Christianity as forcp of modern times and the noblest friend of the In it tlie tliat the basis of the progress of th 9 ing classes toward better conditions in life rests upon tho gospel which is the human freedom bringing life and of order Gladstone waspaid SUE JTOST JOIN TJIE William OBriens betrothal to Mile Eaf falovitch depends upon the lady a Roman Catholic Her father is Jew and is strongly adverse to the match AN EXECUTIONERS MEMOIRS r Executioner Bcrriss remlnlseences are now ready It takes nine chapters to tell his story of How I Became an Execu Ills first practical experience deals with the apparatus followed by pictures of Men and Women I then discusses bjrrtlip lie tells how the murderers die relates traveling experiences sioiis on capital punishment chapter io I Usive The first rbacji copies Bcrris has not discoJverei Whistlers art of making The dead men are his best friends r 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