Monday, May 19, 1890

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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - May 19, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah CIRCULATION EXCEEDING JJTILM In tiio City Combined THE MOST EXTENSIVE In the Mountain Keglens VOL 192 SALTLAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY MORNING MAY 19 IS90 PRICE FIVE CELTS CAPITAL Gossip and Politics at the Worlds NEW PERPLEXITIES FOR THE TORIES goes Furnoll will remain leader of the Irish party Londons American of Fash ViewH on Love and to Marry Mrw Crnvu Prerogative TIIK CRIMINALS The Itnrld cable The disposal of the Newton case confirmed what has boon said about tho Cleveland Htreot scandaltrand tho intoiitioii of tho Government to screen tho aristocratic oHcndors at all haxards Jus tice Calm will undoubtedly follow the course of tho AttorneyGeneral and deal with Xow tun extreme tenderness when he passes Grave as the is NcwUm will probably escape with a small fine and a short Imprisonment The witnesses against Now Urn are tho same boys that aro wit nesses against tho powerful aristocrats in whosi Newton was employed Tho it dared not subject them to cross examination by Sir Charles liussell so tho AttornoyGoaorai admitted that Newton waH murely guilty of and wiped out fivo of tho most Important counts in the in dictment and accepted a plea of guilty oa tho sixth and most unimportant count The LONDON May Dispatch Sun Faricisoo Chruuldc Series Tho Mall and Kxifrwx cahlo Tlie Government pro posal Hi compensate the Publicans 1 1 I 1 I V I I V 11 licenses will u ramdod by the now llcjuor If In by tho Ministers j measures will seal tho death warrant of Cabinet Tlinn is no longer any doubt that the Gov Irmiierit cannot push IhU without fafal danger and ail Cosehens urgency can not change UK situation The only choice senms tr b between injecting the compensation clauses and receiving the resignation of the Chancellor of thu or and iulng voted out of power In till House of Com mons Kilher one Minister or all Minis ters must go 11 Is quits certain an carry through the compensa tion provision will result In the Unionist coalition leaving the Tories without a majority which they have bern abto to malllain thus far only by the blind and determined adherence of lans that the Govern ment coalition obtained a good majority on division most of the Unionists voted on tin ministerial with he greatest reluct ance OiJuTs abstained from voting at and several even went so far as Lo support Calnes amendment Within a week past every leading religion body In Knglanl has begun a vigorous pro iigainst tlie iovernmeiil plan Wusluyati iMc hodisls Congrogat iu iind Uoman Catholics an up in arms and giving voice to their annoyance hos tility The London County ouneil has de nounced the measure In very positive terms and throughout UKI an u oppose It This sudden and violent storm of public scut the Ministers alarm and compels thorn to sloj and consider what they are doing with i good dual of A private ol the Irish party was hehi Thursday ami a nmri active was de cided upon The first fruits of this dcclsioi Were apparent Friday AIWANOA UMltJNS AOAIN letrer from Ugaiifla confirm the HCAVS that King Mwanga Is again reign Ing and securely and iliat he has placed uiulcr the ol PorteH Itclentless Creditor May Porto has not replied to claim for pay ment of arrears of tho war Indemnity Tho Russian ambassador In an urgent note to the Iorle demands payment of the arrears from the loan otherwise he adds Kussia the right to talco further THE PASSION PLAY IKKPAKATIOXS FOli ITS PRODUC TION AT THIRTYFOUR EAI IODIES Frkiitful Results of a Powder Ex o plosion at Havana OVER A HUNDRED PERSONS INJURED A Man is Buried Alive in Quicksand and Dies u Horrible Men Lost at Mine oil Fire Casualties Iho Iliiy lit Given in a Now Theater by SOVOH Hundred and Sixty A Now JtuiuH 4 the British East Africa Company The Roman Catholics havo with the missions In that purt of Africa to support Mwaiijra and sueure tho stability of his Ummu and harmony of Interosts in Uganda A IKHUOOATIVR OK TIIK CROWN The postponement of the pro posed reforms in the Urltlsh army in con sonance with thy report of the social coin mission is duo to tho strong opposll Ion of fered by in Queen and Prieo of Uales to an abolition of the office of commandoriu ehlef now occupied by tlm luUo of Cam bridge Moth hold that this post belongs to royal family and thaito It would In to Interfere with the prerogative of the erown LONDONS AMKUICAN Tho London season this year is particu larly notable for the Increased number of Amerlean leaders of fashion who are now entertaJiiing here Those Include tho Duch ess of Manchester the Duchess of Matloot1 otigh Lady Randolph Churehlll Lady Ar thur Mrs iiutler Mrs Mackay Mrs Jo seph Mrs Cavendish tieek Mrs Ail air Mrs Mrs Ro nalds Mrs Von wort Mrs Sharp Mrs lirad leyMartin besides n number of others who swim on the top wave of society Mrs Cor nelius Vanderbllt has taken a house in tho country ON A HO WOMKN Not even tho closest friends of Stanley dreamed that ho carried a romance In his heart through the Dark Continent nor has Miss TcMinaut given the slightest Intimation of the truth by hor overanxiety during lie terrible susponse of the three years she waited for her lover Times without num lior oame wvs of his death For many dreary monihs the air was full of rumors of his fa to Now he had tied like a flog In tho fetid swamp now he had heen slain by tho Macks now he was caged In Khartoum Such was ill most the only news that came to this courageous whoso suUeriugs may be loft to the Imagination It is interesting in this connect Ion to re call what Stanley said about lovo and women when Interviewed on that subject In Africa1 Xn iho fact ho said f cant talk to a woman 1 am absolutely tineom fortablo when speaking to one unless she is such a rare one she will let me hoar some In their presence 1 am Just as much of a hypocrite as any other man It galls mo that I must act the aflettod parody of myself fur no other earthly reason than because I think with other men that if I speak or act I would not be appreciated It is such a false position that I do care to put myself in it life of inuod Stanley 1 rainiot when anything approach ing to love comes on the tapis I have lived with men not It is mans intense ruugedness and iHrLVtness that 1 have con jtrictoil by sheer force oC circumstances Pools and women appear to mo to be so soft so very uullko at least what havo j seen the rudo of mankind that one by talking to thorn that he must pof ten his speech drawl or affect a singular lost offense bo taken whero none was intended Hence men aro seldom sincere to women or pools Women while j or blaek I regard as far above us They I are more human they aro more prompt1 with svmpathy they are more to now than wo of the opposite sex I OHKKAMMEUUAN Jtavaria Way TitiiitJNK KrariciseO Series Tho principal rehearsal of thu Iasslon Ilay tomorrow will anticipate tho first pcrformaneo a week hence It promises to Inaugurate a year of unex ampled Interest and success Mouthy were spout in rehearsals which have boon guarded with tho greatest privacy Three hundred mem burs of tho Gorman Sooiuty of Authors havo Just arrived by a special train from Munich Visitors and peasants from the adjoining country swell tho total to 000 The village shows an animation not seen for yoaiM Two hundred thousand visitors aro expected during tho summer and prepara tions on a corresponding have already cost Hurgomastor Lang tlos as ho Is known in the village havo boon hard at work tho past year Tho theater has boon entirely rebuilt on i larger and more practical scale under tho direction of Auleiisejiacger a machinist of Iho Opera House ol Munich It has a large closed stago with a curtain surrounded on tho skies and front by platforms and col onades Tho open air width altogether is foot depth 75 foot Tho scenery is all now painted by Iurgharf of Vienna The auditorium Is of the same width with a toptli of Coot and seats about 4000 As In tho old theater only half is undercover the front portion In tho open air All tho seals aro numbered Tho prico to tho closed portion to and thu un covered seats twentylive cents to Tho playors ntiniberins the children In the tableaux number and of tho principal characters ton are played by tho sumo poisons as boforo Joseph Maier takes part of Christ for a third Minn The delineators of Ietor and Jaiphas are also urnlumped Ono familiar figure is missed It tho person of Gretfor Lcchnor who has performed thu part of Judas sinoo but yoar on account of advanced aw ho has been given tho loss active part of Simon of Bethany Judas will be played by Zwinck who formerly represented St John Tho burjvomasters claiishtor plays the Virgin Mary for tho first time ii tho costumes required for thu play some very elaborate onus made in tho village This work has lasted since Septem ber aud cost S7500 A largo portion of tho theater is occupied by nliitouii large dross ing rooms Tho play Itself is practically thu samu as ten years ago A few tableaux have boon Dalsenberger tho aged priest whoso olHelency aided in promoting tho play for half a century died In 18815 Ills gntVo in tlio church yard is preserved with loving by t he villagers This morning thoru was special services for tho success of the play and a party of voitug men ascended Kofol Mountain and orectod a cross forty foot high and dis charged a cannon As they descended they wero met by musicians and vil lage maktons At sunset a brass band paraded tho village calling all to rest To morrow ut sunrise tho band will wako them again in preparation or tho rehearsal por CLUAUINC MO US 13 EXCHANGES Salt Lakes Business Ahead ol Miiny Other Cities May to Tho following table compiled from dis patches from tho clearing houses of the cities named shows thu gross exchanges for tho last wook with rates of uor cent of in rousu or decrease as against similar amounts for tho corresponding week In 1SSO NiW York linston ChUHue ilmlilp Louis SUM iniiii 1ittshurg New O Louisvillo k ihhi 577 tty Milwiuikoo IlovUhiiico Si ilurilunl havo boon looking for a wife for twenty years without having had time to Iind Kort AVorth j losonh I Montreal The dale of tin marriage is not sett led but will probably be late in June or July If ytanluy carries outhis tention of going to America in the autumn his wife will go with him CAIfDINAT PLKASKU Miss who will bo married to OHrlou is reeoiving instructions in the Catholic faith from Cardinal Manning him self Tlie Cardinal has also announced his Intention of confirming her on hor reeeptton into tho and has expressed to ORrien great satisfaction at having socurocl thisaccession to tho church lAKXKIVt TO MAUUY MHS OSHEA OSheas lawyers intend to move in a few rlavs that tho divorce suit bo sot down for trial forthwith If this is done the case may be disposed of before the end of July There are many conflicting stories as to JarneHs Ono prevalent report which lucks absolutely reliable authority is that Parnoll will defend the case at all Tho upshot of tho affair will that ho will nuirry Mrs OShea Such a course oortuliily lessen tlio political capita his enemies hope to make nubof1 tbesuits Whatever wuy the case rihuul Oro Lake I hi von SpringliiW Portia nil 47 J A oa a viiohiui Sioux City Lira lid RupitU SoYlolk Chattanooga LowiiH Linuoln Los Xew Bodforil HAVANA May a fire in a hardware store lust night a barrel of powder exploded Thu whole structure was blown to pieces and twentyfive persons killed Among the dead are four liro chiefs and the Venezuela Consul Sonor Franceso Silva who happened to bo in front of the huildinsj at the time of the explosion In addition to the killed over one hundred persons aro in jured The explosion caused tho wildest excitement throughout the city and thou sands Hacked to the scene of the disaster The municipal authorities were promptly on tlie ground and did everything in thoir power to aid the injured Several houses adjacent were damaged by the explosion uunihcr of dead up to tiii evening is thirtyfour Gangs of men at work in the debris human limb were taken out lielaUvos of the niissin persons gathered at the spot and as soon a ho dies were brought forth the scene wa distressing The proprietor of the wrocke hardware store was arrested Thero iw several more victims in the ruins KILLED NASIIVILLK Tilay Louisvill Nashville locomotive boiler exploded nea Danville last night A freighttrain wa demolished and the engineer an braUeman killed A MINK ON KMIK SKAMOKIN Nollsor shaft is on fire having caught from tin burning timbers of the breaker which wai destroyed Friday night JWany mules wen lost At a late hour tonight the fire has as sinned a serious aspect and as all measure to extinguish it havo failed it has been de cided to turn the creek into the mine f A DHATIT 1YIay James S Pur sells a night dispatcher in tho New Yorl postollice met a terrible Saturday evening ill this village was re pairing a well when it partially caved burying him nearly to the neck The quick sand continued to run down and the elloiti of neighbors to extricate tho unfortunate man only increased his danger A ruhhui tulie was procured and placed in Parsollst mouth so ho could breathe after the sane had covoied his head After several hours of labor tlm sand was cleared away again but it was found that had boon un able to retain tho tube in his mouth am had been choked to death He was a prom inent citixou and leaves a widow and Jar family A YIH13 AT TOUODO To MS no May Tho Orescent Candy companys establishment and Wood Mauzeys wholesale grocery ware badly damaged by fire to day Tho losses aygre tttto TIIIU2K riSOLMiJ OMAHA May farmer named Marion Tucker together with two children a girl of and a boy of 14 was rowing in a small hike on a farm near Stantou last night when the boat overturned and the three wero drowned A D1SASTKR AT SEA BOSTON May steamer City of from Savannah brings Cook Po laski ol the schooner ho having been found drifting in an open boat Polaskl says the schooner in a squall and ho believes all on board except himself were lost The crew consisted of Uaptaln Lane and fivo men besides Polaski ACC10BNT AT A CmODS KTNOSTON N Mny tho performance of a circus last night jrsection of tho raised gallery foil down carrying several hundred persons with It Many wore severely cut and bruised but nono fatally hurt A HOTEL BURNED ATLANTIC CITV N May The Os borue House one of the largest hotels here was opened for tho season yesterday and at an early hour this morning was partially burned out There wore thirty people in the house and several had All escaped safely however SPOUTING list giving the names and addresses of JTii employing carpenters in that city with ih i number of men employed by each had conceded tho strikers demands prior 10th lie also said that seventy more had also given in lirul made nil the necessary arrange continued the tJeneral Score ary have supported all our own men be sides a large number of nonunion men but wo do not to lookout for nicti who belong to another organization If they re quire assistance we think they should go to their own people for it It is true Unit in Chicago and Philadelphia the Knights hav stuck to us but in New York they hav slabbed us We were fightin1 for eigh hours but over there the Knights of Labo are working nine hours a f fiiW Washington the Scene Events Hi of Historic Strange Contrasts A Chicago Lawyer Dies CHICAGO Hay Dexter i loadin member of the Chicago bar and widely known died suddenly last night of an acute congestive ciiill Wirt Dexter was a son of Judge Samuel Dexter i pioneer jurist of Michigan ant was born in the town of Dexter about iifty eight years ago which place was namei after liis father His grandfathor Samuel Dexter of Boston Secretary of the Treasury in the administration of Adams and was distinguished both as lawyer and a statesman THE WIZARD CAUGHT HAPPING GOULDS SON TO 1SE VKOIVl TUJi 3ACJFJC Kilrun Wants to Fight McAuliffe mid SullivanBaseball Games PUOVIDENOK R May Francisco Chronicle Gladstone Club manager has made an offer of a purse to Austin Gibbons and Mike Gushing today for a contest to take place within the present month It is said that they will accept and abandon the Occidental Club offer A MESSAGE VKOM RlCJIttTTRG NEW YORK May following special was received at the Police Gazette ollico yesterday May Prank Stevenson lo match for me with JocHu Aulillc tho Pacific slope champion Received let tor Arrange match with Sullivan JAKE IVILUAIX A DRENCH HACK PARTS race for the gmnflc poulc des produts worth about francs was won by Baron Schicklers Frenchbred bay colt Paehers The American Association PHILADELPHIA I KOC11ESTE11 SVllACLSE St BROOKLYN 2 K2CIGHTS AND FEDERATION The Chicago Carpenters Were Pro pared to Figlit PmijADEbPiTiA May Dis Francisco Chronicle Series Carding the possibility of a warfare between The Successful Still Hunt of alluntington Yilhird Cioiilcl Adminis tration a Dismal liiiUirc NHw YORK May Dispatch Sim Francisco Chronicle Gould interested Wall street a couple of years ago by electing his sou George president of the Pacific Mail Company Marvel ous talcs then ran merrily around promis ing wonderful developments in the com panys adairs The companys past was to be a trillc only compared with the new glo ries and new profits that the Gould regime assured lint somehow or other Uiepre dicted fortunes failed to come Pacific Mail stock was up around SliO si share in the stock market then it has been down in the neighborhood of i3U a share since It is under the circumstances therefore hardly surprising thai sumo of the big stock holders whose original investment was a good beyond the present market value have lately dropped a little of the element of reverence out of their dispositions Voting George Gould now appears to thorn a slightly less important personage than he seemed when his farther was starring him twentyfour months ago Mutterings of accumulating wrath on1 this score have been long heard in streed It was yesterday however that out siders were able to discover that the Gonld contingent intended to back them up with acts They say that George Gould is to be retired from the presidency the Pacific Mail Company C P Huntington is to be the companys controller and Henry Villard is allied with him It is stated on what is practically official authority that a majority of the companys capital stock has already been turned over to the names of Iluntington and Villdrd or their represen tatives This contemplates one of the most Import ant deals of recent years in the financial world Jay Gould and his friends are said to have been caught napping never sus pecting that Messrs Huntington aridVil Jarcl would undertake to capture an ex clusive control of the property There have been few open suggestions that either Hunt ington orVHlarcl was figuring actively in the matter Both have been much out of town apparently devoting themselves toOther and very dillerent affairs which only proves ono more old Stock Exchange axiom that some men are never so close to Wall street as when they are miles George Gould was put into the Pacific Mail presidency largely through the work of one man F Henry Hart New York knows Henry Hart He is a little fel lowphysieally but he is a big man financi ally lie has millions of dollars ancb wears kliiclothcs Ho owns a couple of street railways and rides in a cab It was no fault of Henry Hart that the Pacific Mail market values shrunk He played fair and in the feeling euphony of ihese latter days ho was done in qviotd It is estimated that his loss on Pa ilfic Mail account approximates Through Harts ministrations ViHard and Huntington who have ofliccs in the same Wall street building were brought together The success of the antiGould movement will mean harmony between immense in tor sis represented In the West Northwest and Southwest by the Huntington and Villard enterprises never hitherto having any thing in common Both will gain by this icw deal It is or course not proposed by Huntington to cut oil1 the Pacific Mails im portant San Francisco connections but hero is a special interest in the concessions that it is declared are to be made to Vjllard through the making of an additional Pacific Mail post at This moans inesti mable advantage and benefits for Villards Vorthern Pacific properties One of Mr Villards friends declares that the co usum mation of the deal will be the greatest ac complishment in the Northern Pacific his may be fairly suspected that luntington would not be taking any land in it unless ho saw profits for his side 00 It is predicted that Huntingtoivs per onal and business M Lachlan f the United States amVBrazil line of steam ers will be elected president of the Pacific fail company at the coming annual elcc ion ten days hence A Bismarck Interview PARIS May Matin publishes an ntervicw had with the French De Sous who was recentlyentertained by Bismarck Bismarck referred to his resig ation as a firstclass funeral but added hat he was quite alive still Be declared mong other things that Germany would ever attack Trance or provoke France to ttack Germany well understands hat Russia would intervene to protect ranee if attacked just as Germany would lid Austria if Russia attacked her THE OLD VAN NESS MANSION formerly a Grand One but Now the Abode of About Conservative Social Rusk and the Women Atlantic Greyhounds Racing ONDON May Anchor Line teamer Gity of Rome sailed from at today for New he Guion steamer Alaska sailed at nd the Cunard steamer Aurania at 2 p i All went ahead under full steam irectly after they cleared or There is heavy betting on tlie result ftho Death McDoiigall CHICAGO May local paper says tho American Federation of Labor and the Mlcfcha the late Oittsiclo New York increase included hi lotiils uo oloaruighoiiso at this Uino lust your Knights of Labor General Secretary Mc Guire of tho Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners America said today that there was no bitterness ou the side of the Feder ation and if there1 was all it must have come from the other Knights Continuing he said state ment madein the recent of the Knights ofLabor for assistance which says the carpenters wont into the strike cago without having provision for a fight and had1 no money 7 say of another statement to the effpot strike has only bogu n You can sector yourself from this that tlio carpenters of Chicago are in good Mr MoGuiro showed the reporter a printed Hon James A McDougall i1 United States Senator from California1 during the war died Friday at the house of ker sonin law John in New near New York City Before going to Cali fornia Senator Attorney General of Executive Board of tlie Jitts burgTrade As sombly w asking the removal of Judge of the tliii tod States part of nette WASHINGTON May of TUB and scenes of ribaldry footpads highwaymen African midnightpicnics and bloodcurdling famil iarity with the razor all this in was once the central grounds of the Nations capital and where tho best society of our iirst reigns of government held theirfash ionable sway Decadence and retrogression seem to have centralized in one spot in Washington and the story of it all can be related in a few thrilling paragraphs Although only a century old Washington is able 10 turn a retrospective glance on a pastthat is rich in romance and story a past beginning in troublous times of the new country jusc succeeding the great struggle from which it had emerged after casting oil the bonds that freedom and embracing in its chronicles the history of a nation Washington is of all other American cities a city of strong and at times disagreeable contrasts A city of magnificent distances it certainly is and thovisitor to tho Capital City who confines himself to tho wide sweeps of perfect avenues and beautiful parks leases sight of the slums and plague spots with which Washington all other cities is infested Of all the dangerous localities there is none in this city so noted for desperate and outrageous acts the now neglected house and grounds of OLD VAN N13SS MANSION a princely home but a short century ago and the resort of tho lowest and vilest of Washingtons lough population The handsom 0 old building of the architecture of the colonial period though built long after the colonies had ceased to exist stands in a beautiful though neglected park just to tho southwest of tho White House grounds It is a building that bears upon every line and angle the imprint of the geiiiusof tho architect to whose individualiiy and skill is due much of the beauty of the statelydomed building that shelters our lawmakers From his hands came the plans and designs of the princely ediiice and under his personal supervision the structure was reared In its time it has sheltered the highest dignitaries in tho land and its walls havo witnessed tho stately revelry of the oldfashioned minuet with presidents and premiers among the dancers Now it is given over to the wild orgies held under the tho Hells Bottom Clam Bake or the Foggy Bottom Herring Where the coy glance of the artless maiden in tho picturesque costume of the irno answered tho bolder looks of some gallant in couth dress and powdered wig low is seen only the black and gleam tig teeth of some negro belle engaged in the of disposing of her fifth glass of Hat oer in the presence of her rough com janion who nervously feels for his ever nesent razor and calculates chance of escaping when the inevitable free fight oc urs it is a degradation for the gods to veep over The history of this old mansion is inalicn ibly connected with the history of Washing 011City Tho mistress of that once happy ionic was the daughter of Davy Burns Obstinate Mr as Washington was vont to call him in many of his letters Burns was the original owner of tho greater part of what is now the City of Washington and at one time raised large and prafitublc crops of corn and wheaton the place whore the Department buildings now stand It may be interesting to the farmers o know that the ground where the Treasury build ing now stands was at that time very pro ductive and there is a record showing that on this spot Farmer Davy raised the largest number of bushels of wheat to the acre of any farmer for miles around Burns had that obstinate disposition which is often characterized as thechief clement of the Scotch nature and when Washington and the rest of the Federal Government wanted to buy his acres and build a city Burns was stubborn and would nor sell All the per suasive force of Washington was wasted on this obstinate Scot On one memorable occasion the discussion had waged for over an hour The President of the young Republic and the owner of the land on which the capital of that Republic was to bo built were seated under one of the shading the Burns cottage and which is still standing Washington tired and heated with argument arose from the rude bench on which he had boon sitting with the remark have been authorized to select a site for the National capital and your farm is part of the site that 1 have selected The city will be built on this ground and on no other and if you will enter into an amica ble agreement you will receive ample com pensation if you will not then the Govern mentwill take your farm and turn it to its own This was an argument too strong for the Scotchman and he entered into an agree ment which made him TIT15 MAN in the section It also enabled him to en dow his daughter the peerless Marcia Burns with all that was needed to make her a belle of the new city By this fortu itious circumstance the daughter of an humble Scotch farmer whose highest hopes would otherwise have been a marriage with sonie hornyhanded laborer and a conse quent life of to wed with one of the brightest lights in the nat ional Her fathers fortune was not neededto enhance her worth how ever for she was known asthe most bcaSti ful and accomplished maiden of all the surrounding towns At her fathers huruble cottage called the leading men of the time and often met in the little one storied house Washington and many of his advisers and counsellors The man that she marrdeq was fitted to hold a place with any many suitors who thronged to her fathers cottage aud her life with him was most happy John F Van iStess member of Congress from New York was married to Marcia when she was 21 of age They lived for a time in the primitive home where Marcia born but when their only daughter had grown toyouthful wpman hood the new mansion was bujlt The cost oS the structtire was a princely sum in those days but the result justified the expenditure mansion yet beautifulin its design and sturdy strength From the coming home from schoolof the young mistress of the a period lived with husband and sn cuiuhou toa illness Hor death was to her mother a shock Too pro at to bo end n rod and her lifo from that time on was largely Riven to works of charity Much of hor life was passed in the old in which she was born and afior axvhilo she passed away Her husband then mayor of Washington sur vived her for many years and during afterlife entertained royally in the stately edilieo on the banks uf the Potoiuae He himself had in time TO follow the absolute law of nature and with his death the downfall of house ro lonjr famed for us sonorous hospitality Then came the de cay and neglect that lias since made the place a byword of scorn and The eyepleasing avenues leading to the man sion and the pretty walks loading hither nml throuuhoui the grounds are overgrown and filled with weedy verhiasio In many spots in the dense jireen of the th ick shrubbery ean be seen a faint gleam of color the presence of a flower that has not been crushed to death by the rank growth around it Here and ihero ean be seen a rude shelter with a counter before it and the pleasing announcement of the brand of beer sold while in other parts of the grounds swings and shooting galleries attest the character of the place The estate is now owned by the heirs of oxOovernor Swirnu of Maryland Of course there is a ghost that frequents the place and the legend further avers that on the anniversary of the death of General Van Xess six hoadkvs horses gallop about the ground Other spirits seem to have frequented the place at some previous thno according to the tradition but the unhal lowed uses to which the place has been put hns driven away all respectable spirits and none arc seen there now when the negro picnic is in full blast and the black bottle circulates with freedom A SLOW SOCIAL SKASOX The past season probably been most conservative in social alTairs that Washington has over had The White House which has always set the in circles when the social season begins has been lively without biug vulgarly gay The President and Sirs Harrison have in a quiet but extremely way entertained more people during the time they have boon in a position to enter tain than any of their predecessors except ing President Arthtir There was a period of weeks when was on the doors of some memoor of the household and of course sadness filled the hearts instead of an inclination to be gay President and Mrs Harrison have enter tained around their private family board somebody at dinner or luncheon almost every day when the door was not closed on account death There have been instances where society people experienced disappointment during the past winter This was owing to the fact that a great many new people that entered life in Washington were unused to etiquette which prevails here It is one of the unwritten rules of ollicial society thatthe ladies of officials must make the first advance and call upon those whom they desire to be classed as their friends I am told of n lady the wife of one of the prominent officials who is keenly disappointed in Washington society When she came here she opened hor spacious parlors ind sat down expecting the society people of the National capital to cluster about her on of her wealth and social position at home She was told by her friends that she must make the first ad vances if she wanted to be anything in so ciety and that no one would call upon her who had not first received a call The lady said that she did not care for the red tape of Washington society and that the only thing required was an announcement in the papers to make he house full on every re ception clay with the best society people She arranged her first reception on a grand scale The announcement was made in the local newspapers her beautiful miuision was a perfect bower of flowers and a glare of gaslight ller dining room could not Jiave been more attractive The lady had about her a bevy of handsome women and girls all bright conversationalists andready to win all strangers who should appear There was but oiio caller at that house on that the wife of an old friend who has lived in Washington many years The hostess was almost heartbroken when called and expressed in vivid language her morti fication at having been passed by without a caller She could not understand why it was till the old friend informed her that no one woman and in fact no one set of women could break down the oldestablished social lines of Washington Jt took the lady al most three weeks to make tip her mind to yield but she did yield A month later she spent almost an entire week calling upon the wivos of private and public When again she opened her par lors for a reception the effect of her work was readily seen The street in front of the louse was filled with fashionable equipages during the entire afternoon and evening Other women now in Washington who vere unwilling to conform to the social re inironients and whose receptions have not jccn a success are unable to pacify them elves but these are the only persons who do not look upon the pastseason at the National Capital as a success HE SHAH AND THE BEGGAR A Romantic Story Concerning lie Persian Monarch HIS FAVORITE SEEGEHS AFFLICTION A Successful Operation Restores Her of the NausenPolar Now X Polar of social gaiety never equalled in the The out with all dener and1 most beautif ul surrounded ahouse filledat all times of ofthe rapidly Gay routs of allsortswere and spunds of mirthaud seldqm oV The of the raanMon was in her t u an di gWvelj b and i n m arriage tsb Arth ur M idd briiliantlieigii attlie haridsbuie hometliat where she OF WOMEN A few days ago Secretary Husk was com pelled owing to the condition of the work in the seed department and the depletion of the appropriation for some of the work being conducted under him to make a large num ber of removals of women who are employed packing seeds About fifty young and old handsome and homely ablebodied and in valid women were dropped from the rolls Almost immediately a large number of Con gressmen began to pour hi upon the Secre tary demanding the retention of these women They of course were corunelled to acknowledge the neces sity aud justice of the Secre tary when they were informed that there was not money with which to pay any one for the work which these people had been i of study has concluded employed to perform When one Cojjivss man called and insisted upon the reinstutf ment of a poor wojJian who had dropped from the rolls he ascertained in the May Dispatch Francisco Chronicle is a vast contrast between the travels of the Shah and those of his one of his wives When he came to Europe there wove elaborate advance notices for months as though a prima donna or a circus were ou its way hither When his actual advent was achieved it was in the very focused center of the sunlight of and he could scarcely snooze without tho mo mentous episode being chronicled through out the world But when one of his wivon one of his favorites too came hither it was in silence and no one know she was coming and only a knew that she had come until she had been here for some time Whensho reached this city sho remained in her rail waycarriage until everyone else had left thetrain and the station had boon cleared Then she was led or rather carried by her negro attendants to the waiting room whoro sho was received by the ladies of the Persian Embassy and conducted by them to tho legation With the exception of thesa ladies and Professor Fnchs the groat ocu list and Professor Mauthner sho had como in contact with no one here At that lime her right eye was attacked by glaucoma As sho is his favorite wife the Shah was terribly distressed aud finally determined to pursue the unprecedented course of sending her to Europe to bo treated by tho most skillful oculists sho could find Professor Fnchs was the sur wor chosen andho assisted by Professor Man Miner operated upon hor Sho was put under the influence of an anaesthetic and tho operation was performed This con sisted of nothing loss than the cutting out of a portion of the eyeball a very delicate and clangorous operation it appears how ever to havo boon entirely successful and the doctors are confident that she will bo with that eye Tho other eye which was first affected is hope lessly blind Tlie court physicians at Teheran who ad vised the visit to Vienna wore closely locked up at the time of her departure and will not bo liberated until she returns safely If she dies from any untoward re sults of the operation or through any dis aster of travel they will promptly be put to death This lady is ona of the or regu lar wives of the Shah Under the Mahometan law not more than four such companions are allowed and the Shah has only three One of them is his aunt and another Is his cousin the latter having come to Vienna with the third wife She was formerly the Shahs favorite a wife species of relation of whom the has usually about forty on hand at a time She was the daughter of a countryman living near Dcmavend Ono day the Shah chanced to pass th rough the village and sho went to the roadside and offered him a basket of grapes and pomegranates lie stopped took the fruit and then com manded her to remove her veil that ho might see her face a privilege which ho alono can exercise over any woman la Persia Sho of course complied Doubt loss she had expected that to happen when she went out with the fruit At that timo she was an uncommonly pretty girl even for a Persian and the tender aud unsophisti cated heart of the Shah was profoundly im pressed He probably had not been in lovo more than two or three thousand times be fore so ho was still quite a novice Tho upshot of it was that the next day found the millers daughter installed in the imperial harem as the favorite with a promise that just as soon as there was a vacant Akdeeship she should bo promoted to fill it Several years passed before there was such a vacancy but when one did occur tho Shah fulfilled his promise Tho former peasant girl tried to make good use of her opportunities by getting a or more of her relatives appointed to lucra tive offices The Shah became a father at the age of sixteen years therefore his eldest children are now well advanced in life His eldest daughter Is nearly fortyfive years old and 3s called The Glory of Shemar ried the son of the master of the mint one of the richest men in Persia When tho master died however the Shah took pos session of the bulk of his fortune THE JSAUSEN FOkAR EXPEDITION CHRISTIANA May Nausen expe dition in search of the North Polo Is act ively fitting here The route to be followed is based upon the theory that the articles belonging to the found on the iSth of June three years afterthe disaster to that ship at a point directly opposite the Pole must have followed a marine current which leaving the Archi pclaTo of New Siberia must have coaveyed them to the Greenland colony where they wore found at a place called Julian The meteorological bureau at Christiana through one of the officers tural Department about the charitable work of the Secretary of Agriculture really said this official that Secretary Rusk lias for several weeks been paying the poor women who have been discharged from his department al most as much money from his private purse as lie has reeived in the way of salary They come to him al most everyday and his generosity opens with and ho is continually giving out to them fivedollar bills He has just completed a list of all women who are employed in his department with an alpha betical indication after as A B C indicating extreme poverty andpoverty with members of a family to He now intends to give people in either of these three conditions preference in employment and preference when there are removals made on account of short ap propriations or any thing which makes re movals absolutely It appears that Secretary Rusk is setting an example for generosity in agreat many directions whichwill make ic very hard for his successors to follow The Copper Syndicate Trial PARIS May At the trial of the Copper syndicate hasbeen proved th at as director of the Society de distributed fictitious profits for 1887 and used improper means to bull copper raising the brice from under francs per ton to over 2000 francs and clearing within two The defense is that the the peiial code On which the charge does not apply i Hentsch on beingexamined he knew the dealings of f he Society de He also testi fied that he rar Glistenedto the agers reports andUet that a direct route exists crossing the polar regions Nausen will try this route start in near the point where was nipped by the ice and going to an op posite point where the articles were found The new ship will have an auxiliary pro peller and If caught In the ice the crew will quit her and push on to Julian Shaab A Achievement PRESCOTT May greatest achieve mentyet made in heliographingwas accoav plished during practice yesterday by tenant WIttennieyer who succeeded in sig nalling a message by a single flash 125 miles from Mount Reno near Fort Mc Dowell to Mosinu Graham near Fort Grant where It was received by Captain latter by turning hisinstrument flashed the message to Jort Harachuaca a distance of ninety miles making a distance of 215 miles with a single intervening tion The longest distance heretofore made with a single flash was about severity Boulanger Explains May has informed a friend that the letter by which he dis solved the Boulattgist national committee does not mean is renouncing ttis claims but desires the absenceof any peV dium between universal him self Coal and Antimony CITV OF MEXICO May of antimony haveibeen made aud largedeposits bt coal V iai

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