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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                CIRCULATION EXCEEDING Jn the City Combined THE MOST EXTENSIVE In the Mountain VOL 199 SALT LAKE CITY MAY 26 1S90 PRICE FIVE CEKTS THE TORIES IN A CORNER The Salisbury Cabinet Forced to Change Its Programme KING LEOPOLDS APPEAL TO SALISBURY Ho Wfltntfl tho Anarchists Notlflecl to Move HoHtility to Plo t Ag tlio LONDOK May San FranclMco Chronicle Mail and KXJHCHK cablo The Government is being driven Into a corner on several points of its Parliamentary programme and although Jt is still Htrnng enough to keep its ship of state afloat this state of affairs can bo maintained only by losing some of its favor ite cargo which it expected to take safely into port An Incident Of this kind occurs with regard to tlio Tithes bill which has ono of tho most dliTlcult things to bundle that tho Cabinet has taken up It hits boon decided to simplify the bill by making the landlord alone responsible for tlthcis ThiK IK not an agruoablo stop to the landlord but it will enable tho measure to further obstruction and thus tho out of a hole and pui mit a reasonable progress of business iu tho House of AMKIUOA AT TUB CONGO CONfflimWCK Mxy Iritornatlcnal conlVrcnco now in progress In this city has fixed tho taritr on alcoholic liquors imported lino Congo Itrou State at 15 francs for tho first throo yourr and at 2f francs per liectotltcr for tho following ihruoyoars Mr Rantord proposed a counter project by which Ui rifts on alcoholic liquors should bo graduated on the according to tho alcoholic strength of each but this Idea was not favorably considered by the conference HlH attitude on tills subject coupled with Arnorlcitn opposition to a repeal of tho abso lute free trade clauses embodied In the troaty of Berlin for tho Government of the Congo Htato han inspired a fnajorlty of tho delegates with a notion that tho Government at Washington desires to pursue an Isolated policy Congo The delegates say Unit if persists In taking an individual and doolinos tu accept the conclu sions of tho conference hor opposition to tlio of other nations will be over looked Although they say the United Status Government was signatory to the Berlin treaty Its of that con vention has never been properly ratified in America AH thoy put tho case tho United Stales delegates cannot legally present au opposition to tho treaty A ICLNOS AIPISAL TO SALISIIOKY LONDON May tho recent so journ horo fit the King of tho Belgians that monarch had a conference with Lord Salts bury concerning tho Anarchists Ho urged upon tho British Premier and Minister of Foreign Affairs to use his efforts to promote 11 billfor tho repression of plottings of Anarchists In Kngland and particularly of clauses embody Ins the penalty ot expulsion from tho country In cane thoy are suspected In any conspiracy King Loohold declared that tho oltorfcs oC tho continental powers to put down such conspiracies will always bo futile as long as England alTordH a ready asylum for re fugees of tills dosorlptlon from other coun tries and does not take equally strong measures to stop their plotting Lord Salisbury replied to tho King that the Hrltisii Parliament would instantly re sent tlio merest suspicion that the Govorn ineut was lending Uself to tho protection of roiugiOH and that therefore any such action as the King of tho Belgians desired him to take was quite out of tho question PLOTTING AGAINST TUG CZAU PARIS Sicclc prints a highly sensational story from its St Petersburg oor ronpondont to tho effect that a vast con spiracy against Russia has boon discovered by ttusslau secret In Berlin Doou twnts which have boon show that the conspirators who numbered 203 were most thoroughly organized and had established brunches In all ot tho principal European capitals Tho revelations have already boon brought to tho attention of tho Cabi net at Korllii by tho Russian authorities The Cxar has urged spoedy measures foi the punishment of tho plotters lUKMAUCKS DESIONS ON 1TRAKCE Puo do Brogllo discredits Prince Bis mtixroks assertions to tho effect that Ger many Avlll riot attack France in any circum stances If loft to hor own initiative in hor relations Avltli this country lie knows ho declared that at tho time Avhon ho was himsoM in offlco in 1873 as Premier of the Cabinet under tho presidency of Marshal MuoMabon Bismarck designed to Inaugurate a now war by attacking Franco Avhllo she was still AVoak and almost helpless from hor late mlsftrtuno by which proposed Avar the Iron cellor Intended to render Franco forever Impotent as a political and Avarliko power In Europe Prlnco Bismarck lie says proven tad from carrying out his idoaat tho time by his want of confidence in the alliances of Germany Avltb tho other strong pOAVCrs of the Continent A Minister who was In the Government at the same time ruc doBrogllo llkcnvlse Bismarck of Inciting tho Kalsor and tho German Government to another Avar upon Franco in and again In 1887 pamphlot written by Deputy M Camilla Dreyfus exciting a deal of lively discussion all over the Continent The writer advocates the Idea that the time is now ripe for France to renounce the Treaty oC Frankfort which she Avas compelled to slTn us a result cf tho peace of Versailles after the FrancoPrustvlan wut aucl ho de clares that Franco should offer Germany Avar If she persists in maintaining that treaty M Dreyfus fiwues that Franco would now bo ablo to defeat Germany If Russlp will only stand by her without hitor forlng aggressively and will hold off Austria and Italy and prevent those powers giving active assistance to their associate iu tho SJEKIOTJS TROUBLE BREWING A Conflict Between tho French and Newfoundland Fishermen ST JOHNS N May Dis patch San Francisco Chronicle Tho greatest excitement prevails hero the last French outrages ou the St Johns popu lation having driven tho people almost to tho verge of desperation All along the coast known as tho French shore which ooc tends from Oapo St John to Capo Ray the fishing and farming population aro arming while agents havo arrived horo to purchase guns and ammunition to supply the orows o vessels The pres ent outlook1is serious Unless the British Government takes immediate action to ro colnd tho recent gives Franco territorial rights for forty miles in Jund on tha coast named it Is not Improba ble that the whole colony will be in open revolt near future The excitement grows out ofFrench out rages on Fridayat Port Basque from tho most westerly settle ment of importance on the island and the barbarous treatment of the crew of a aground at the hands of French men who beat the mate so badly that ho may Open hostilities are momentarily antlcl pated between armed flshlng vessels of New foundland and Franco as there are French menofwar on tlio coast which will not re spect tho British Jlag The result of such action would be disastrous to the St Johns fishermen 1 HAMFAX N May is reported this morning that two of the English war ships now IHVO have been Instructed to sail with scaled orders for the scene of trouble Tt is also reported that tho warship Iell now cruising In the Gulf of St Law rence has received similar instructions May Newfoundland delegates at present hero for the purpose of obtaining Canadian support in their de mands on the British Government for the prevention of French aggression on fisher men are greatly excited over the fresh put rages G Grori a member of the New foundland Government who heads the dele gation says the English Government has been making more and rnorc concussions to France until now tho latter country has full control of the coast Instead of allowing current rights Avith British subjects as ordained in former treaties Irish Nationalists Clubbed May that tho Government proclaimed tho National mooting a crowd of 2000 persons welcomed Dillon OBrleri and other of Par liament at Limerick Junction today and speeches wore made Tho police contented themselves with warning tho speakers i The members of Parliament thun wont to Nuiv Tipperury bul the police there dis persed tho meeting by a free use of clubs OBrien denounced fcho police but advised the people not to offer undue resistance as tho National loaders desired to avoid blood shed During a banquet at the National Club two bombs wore exploded Ju the street but no ono was injured AN OSTRACISED BARON UK MADE FUN OF AN All MY OITlCKBS A Duel FoHowod in Which tho Baron Took a Cowardly Aclvautugo of Ilia Op ponont VIKNNA May Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle best known racing stables on tho Continent is that of Baron von Stein AVhoso name is familiar to every sporting man in Europe Last week he AVJIH present nt tho great spring mooting at Buda 1esUi and was watching tho numbers of winning horses being posted when suddenly ho received two violent blows on his hat artel head from a person standing behind him On turning he recognized in his aggressor tho young Count Hubert1 vou Kulsehonbach and Im mediately retaliated by lunging at him with his stick A handtohand conliict then en sued in tho course of which both parties received considerable damage before thoy could bo by bystanders Next morning a duel with cavalry sabres took placo which resulted in the young Count bolng dangerously wounded and that was of such im uiifair character that his ad versary Huron von Slain lias lost all claims to consideration as a man of honor for be ing hard pressed by the arid having already sustained several slight scratches ho suddenly hold of his opponents his left hand and having him thuscompletely at his mercy tho count be ing entirely defenseless Inflicted two ter rible cuts on his upraised arm and on his side before tho horrified seconds could inter fere A process verbal was at onco draAvn up In Avhleh the Barons own seconds Joined In bitterly condemning Ills broach of tho laws of tho duollo an infraction of which Is regarded as being more serious than that of thfl ordinary code of honor The Indignation Avhich prevails against tho Baron both at Buda 1osth and In this city is intensified by tho circumstances which led to his being assaulted by Count KutMOhenbach on tho race course It ap pears that the liifctors eldest brother Alex ander who is a euptain of Hussars had boon In the habit of playing cards with tho Baron and had lost heavily to him at ouchor during a game about throe Avoeks ago at tho Jockey Club In this Under ordinary circumstances debts of this nature have to be paid Avlthln twentyfour hours Tlio captain however not having tho sum due at his disposal telegraphed and Avroto to Ids mother asking hor to help him out of htsdllllculty Tlio good old lady replied both by tologniph and by letter stating that tho money Avould be forthcoming in eight days the time required for effecting a mortgage of certain lands and securities On tho receipt of this news Alexander at ouco wrote the Baron explaining the delay la the settlement of tho debt and inclosing his mothers letter as an additional assur ance of his good faith in the matter Barou Von Stein readily consented to give tho time required but with a lack of delicacy Avhioh cannot sufHeiontly bo condemned showed tho old Countess letter to n number of his friends making fun ot tho motherly advice which she deemed it to bo hor duty to send her sou on the subject of gambling Alexanders younger brother Eobcrt happened to hour of tho manner in Avhich the was sneering about his mother and solved tho first opportunity to chastize him for his disrespect Tho card debt had already boon settled at the time Avhon the duel was fought Since tho latter the Baron has been forced by tho public outcry against him to resign his membership of tho Jockey Club and of several other sporting associations and to wlthdraAV from the turf He lias In a social outcast and it is probable that Austria Avill see but little of hini iu the future MORE TKOUBLE THREATENED and Claftin Will Start a 6 Paper iu America NEW YORK May Dispatch Francisco Chronicle John B Martin Victoria Woodhull and Lady Cook Tonnle Olaflln have folded thoir tents and silently stolen away Ono of their friends yesterday said Their names did not appear upon the passenger list because they desired to leave tho country without publicity The poor ladles here almost driven mad Thoy had Avlthstoocl the savage attacks Avhich had boon imulo upon then by Inspector Byrnes and w rehearsing of the scandal by Western papers but AVheii that story came out about Lady Cook charging her AVI th manslaughter In having placed her hands while a girl only sixteen years old on a Avoman dying of cancer and contributing to hor Avas just tho last straw I saw Lady Cook after that occurred and she Avas almost crazed iu fact I almost expected her to go mad at any time She couldnt stand up against tho abuse which had been heaped upon her and so she and her sister decided to leave the Miss Maud Wood hull denied most emphat ically that her mother andLady Cook had been driveu from tho country by the perse cutions to Avhich they Avero subjected or by throats of any Avhatsoover Fear does not enter Into my mothers composi There is not one Avord of truth in the report that she fled the country toaAoId threatened disclosures My motherstheo ries are the results of inborn roonforcocl by a life study and considera tion on the subjeotof tho present social and political status of woman My mother as she bus said die In theliarness fpr Avhat considers and what Is tho tnio position of Avoman She will never when she is forced by to drop willdevote1 my life to carry it My mother Avith Lady Cook and their hus bands will return country Iiitho upon the first October will bo Issued the flrsfc number of tlielr per tho plans for which have already been completed Tho paper will tieat tho subject of sociology scientifically and from my mothers FIRtFAMIHEAUD FLOOD Men and Animals Starving to Death in Austria A STEAMSHIP GOES TO THE BOTTOM Fifty Pounds of Dynamite Exploded at a Persons Drowned While Boating1 Heavy Rains in Casualties VIENNA May TRIBUNE Dispatch Sun Francisco Chronicle Terrible distress prevails In Galicla owing to the failure of last years crops Thero is a famine of food both for man and for beast and the governor of the province has ap pealed to the authorities hero for a supply grant of florinsfor tho purpose of purchasing supplies for the starving people More than perished dur ing tho last few Avooks for Avant of food In tho ULtlo district alone over 2500 have died On a meadow just outside tho toAVti of Dumbrovvathor are lying tho bodies of 400 horses Avhich have starved to death Tho other clay a speculator from Pcsth took advantage of tho state of allairs In Galicla to purchase a of 125 half starved horses at the incredibly cheap price of M kroutzors or about il fr cents a piece and 1500 more woro offered to him at the samo figure Bread has vanished from tho land and tho people arc living almost exclusively on potatoes and doom thorn sol vcs for nale 1C they can got even thorn Horned cattlo have likewise all perished and milk and butter arc not to bo obtained for lovo or monoy Under tho circum stances if Is noli astonishing that the Jn hahltunLs arc leaving tho country in shoals and arc emigrating to tho United States A STMAWBll NMAV YORK May Tho steamer Bays which sailed from Now York on March llith for Lisbon is undoubtedly lost Sho had a crow of thirty mon all of whom arc supposed to havo gone Id tho bottom with tho illfated is thought that tho steamer collided with ari Iceberg and Avout to piocos She was posted tAVO weeks ago by tho Lloyds of London as missing AN KAllTIJQUAKE IN NI3AY YORK TiunKSmrvo N May Associated An earthquake shock In this vicinity this trHmblod and dishes in cupboards rattlocl Tho inhabitants woro considerably alarmed The duration of tho vibrations AVUS ono sec ond THE TJTICA SHOCK UTICA N May Early this morn ing Mohawk valley was disturbed by a slight shock of earthquake accompanied by light ning and heavy ruin The shook here was very light but other points report it more porcoplilljle and tho people in several vil lages woro bad No damage hOAV ovor Is reported from any quarter PEOlTjii THROWN OUT OF CHAIRS GnovKasvixM N May Early this morning a sOAoro shook of earthquake was foil hero People woro throAvn oiit of chairs and glassAvaro Avas shiUtcred The fire alarm bells rang andthc people turned out In groat oxcitemonfc Another slight shook was felt about noon No serious damage was done HEAVY RAIN AT J01INSTOAVN JOHNSTOWN May A vary heavy rain storm accompanied by thunder and lightning occurred this afternoon Tho streets Avoro Hooded and tho cellars filled Much general damage was clone Tho Penn sylvania llallroadtracks AVoro badly dam aged A DYNAMITE EXPLOSION MANSFIELD Ohio May A severe lightning and rain storm passed over Kich land county this morning doing consider able Lucas tho John Oharlos block WHS struck by arid fired The flames communicated to adjoin ing buildings and tho oidixons turned out to extinguish the iiro endeavoring to savo the contents of a general store fifty pounds or dynamite exploded John Smith and Jeremiah Jonos wore instantly killed and a score of olhors more or loss severely injured not thought however that any of thorn Avill explosion Avas hoard flvo miles distant and nearly all the windows in tho village of Lucas wore broken Tho loss amounts to TRAINMEN PAOLA May A Missouri Kan sas and Toxas frleght train Avas wrecked near horo today andvtiioenginoor and fireman so sovorely injuredHhat they died this after noon Two otherWainmen Avoro badly EIGHT rWRSONS DROAVNED FALL KIAH3R May A terrible accident lake this afternoon Sovon men and and a number of ohlldrouVAveiit rowing in a ilat bottomed boat seating capacity of Avhioh was only eight Thero AY as a strong Avind blowing andtheWater Avas rough In a short time tho partj Avas observed trying to work their Avay toward Jusb north of the pumping statioil when tho boat Avas Avithln twenty of tho shore ono of the children began rocking it arid Avithout a moments Ayanirig the craft cap sized Tho tAVO men attlio pumping station Avero tho only ones in sight and thoy could do nothing Mr Turner of tho unfortunate party vrus tho only one who could swim Ho succeeded in bringing one man ashore and four others managed to roach land in an exhausted condition Tho people on shore cried to the others to cling to tho boat but their falling strength Avas unequal to the task and they sank before aid could ho procured Tho following were droAvned Samuel Wit ties aged 50 Mrs Wittles agetl 45 Henry Wittles aged 10 Samual Wattles aged 13 Lovina Buckloy aged 35 Fred Buckley agod 3 Willie Buckley aged S Willie Tur ner aged AUEVIBWINO STAND COLLAPSED May Tho twentysec ond annual meeting Of the Turn Yvcrein of the Missouri Valloy occurred Dur ing tho games ono of tho collapsed procipltating the occupants to the ground and painfully injuring many w iIATE OniCAGO May By the a blast furnace at tho Illinois Steel Wprks today five terribly ono of thoni fatally v MREMEN BURIED LINCOLN May Brothers livery burned tonight While tho fire was Iu progress the roof fell im severely injuring anumber of One fireman missing and is supposed to buried in the FIR13 AND FLOOD PORT Y May disas trous firo this thirty Wen buildings j A severe a which lAvasbcd away a largo sdction 61 the Erie 1 Canal path arid tliO York Central tracks A freight train was AVrecked a heavy the power elec trio staeetcarHline AVO whites being faisea this jupMing col lapsed Inlling toxoe men leave families S DJROWNBD SAN FKANCISCO May Captain Ander son of the ship Oncida arrived tonight on the schooner Ho reports that his ship was wrecked on April on the rock at Benck island during a dense fog Thirty three Chinese and fortyfive Avhiie men escupod and seventyseven Chiucse arc missing It is believed they They were en route to canneries iu Alaska The details of the wreck are not yet ob tained i TTHR BRITISHERS ASTONISHED Dashing Exploits or an American Reporter iri Jjondon LONDON May Dispatch San Francisco Harry Dam of San Francisco has distinguished himself by sliding down a rope from a balloon eighty foot after being battered pretty well finally landing without any bones lie is now working on the London edition of the Herald and made a trip in the Spencer Avar balloon which is being daily tested going up from tho grounds of tho Royal Military Exhibition at Chelsea each eay Thcbal loon goes up AY5th ono of the inventors and Darn takes observations sixtyfive feet intue clouds Today tho famous balloon made another ascent and again Dam had a the basket Leaflets had been prepared with reprints of his experience and those Avoro today takenup instead of the usual hand ballast and when the balloon Avas up far in the clouds strings of tho packages of shoots were cut and the contents were sent flying all over London These many thousands oC sheets of paper in the air created great eu riosity and as thoy fell they woro eagerly sought at by persons on the streets When tho balloon started out a high wind was and after traveling several mllestho whole con cornbecame unmanage able and was finally driven against a stu pendous tree at the Thames whore tho balloon was torn to pieces and tho occupants narrowly escaped sudden death They had to slide down tho trail rope at a distance of eighty from tho ground after being knocked and tossed about in space for several minutes DONT LIE Compare Salt Lakes Record With Other Cities BOSTONJ May to The folloAVing table compiled from dis patches from tho clearinghouses ofthe cities named the gross exchanges for Oic last Aveek with rates of oer in crease or decrease as against similar amounts for tho oorrespondingwcck in 18SO CITIES Now York Boston Chicago Philadelphia St Louis SiuiFrjinuisco Baltimoh CincinijMli Kiinsus City Now Louisville Minneapolis Buffalo Jlilwaiikco Denver Omaha Detroit St Paul Columbus Dallas Riohmoncl Memphis Hartford Indianapolis Washington Port Worth SI Montreal Halifax Ore take ISew llayon Pcoria Springfield Portland Me Worcester Syracuse Wichiia Sioux Grand Rapids Norfolk Tncoma Chattanooga Lowell Des Moinos Lincoln Los Angeles Lexington Topeka Now Bedford Clearances 605D19 ucrse ii a 1 n 2 30 T 10J 73 ie 5 Decrse Q Outsidcs New iiicrcaso included in totals no oleariughouse at this time last year SPORTING NEWS The Volunteer to Cross the Atlan Challenges Issued NEW YORK May TRIBUNE Dispatch Francisco Olironiclc The big gest piece of nOAVS that has yachtsmen foe many days and a hit that will interest every American sportsman leaked out yesterday at the boat race from the lips of a yachtsman who has facts for some time but Avas unable to keep such a good piece ol news any longer v The story is that the sloop Volunteer Is going to England to race for the Brentens Reef and Cape May cups that were Avon in 1885 lay Sir Eichard Buttons schooner Gen esta from the schooner A syndicate of New York and Boston yachts men has been formed of which General J Payne is a and in Avhich the names of at least half a dozen yachtsmen figure as well as tiiat of Stephen the fleet captain of the NBAV York Olub These men have guaranteed pensos A challenge if not is soon to be foiAvarded to Mr Jameson Avhose yaeht bothcups frpm the THE LOKDON May Jim Carney comes out with a challenge to fight in tho world butithe stake mustbo a one He has with sporting paperto blndthcmatch Slavin the Australian heavyweiffhtV has also Mitchell fight to a MitchelHsnotilikely EACB Tpsotta trairiing af out of reach of the London sports AvliobeT sieged him friAolitiesAvhich ruined his WiOi fair InckPsottaAyill sculls baclc to thes New York Ath letjc iThe English pionv Guy def sbtta year is rovAthis yiar Tiot1 begun event the Oanibr idge will contest Psotta who Avili defeat him easily OB ISAACSON IN DiSGRAGE The American Fork Editor Arrested for Stealing Watches HE PLEADS GUILTY AND IS FINED Nebraska Farmers Are Caught Kill ing a Wyoming Steer and Are Given the Contents of a Six Shooter Horse Thieves Opera tions Pnovo Utah May to THE Dr Isaacson editor of the American Fork Independent was arrested yesterday charged with stealing two Tho evidence against him was positive He pleaded guilty and was sen tenced by Justice McNeil to pay a line of in each case which was paid American Fork is paralyzed HOT FIGHT OVER A STE73U CnEYBJWJK May to Gucrncy a Horse Creek ranchman while riding the range this morning came upon two Nebraska farmers butchering one of Ho opened lire upon them with his sixshooter and a hot fight ensued Guerney who was wounded in the shoulder has lust readied town and says ho hit one of the thieves hard Horse Creek Is only a few miles from tho Nebraska line and the fanners come over often and steal cattle Horsethioveshave resumed operations in the northern part of this county and thirty head were stolen from Spring Creek valley last week THE DENVER BANK ROBBER IDENTIFIED ST Louis May Manslield King a selfconfessed and allaround criminal in jail at Clayton St Louis county has been fully identiilad as Wells tho robber who com pelled PresidentMofVatt of the First National Hank of Denver to hand over in oath iu March at the point of a revolver 11 C Otis assistant cashier of tho bank ar rived in tho city a few days ago and went to Clayton whore King is lying at the point of death Until lastnighthe wore a full beard and long hair When ho committed the robbery ho had only a small mustache and for that reason Otis failed to identify him at first Last night however a barber WHS called1 in and Kings beard was shaved off and Otis immediately recognised him as Wells the robber n King was arrested some days ago for horsestealing After his arrest he AVOS taken very sick became communicative andconfessed to being the author of sev eral of which AVas tho Denver robbery A TERKORIXED STEEHAQE NJ3W YORK May ocean steamer City of which arrived today left Queenstown A stabbing affray occurred in the steerage between some cattlemen and firemen One of lihera may die According tothe stories of passengers a terror prevailed in tho steerage during the entire trip Revolvers Avero nourished and free lights indulged in which resulted in several A JOABOR COMBINE Railway Employees Discuss the Ad visability Federation INDIANAPOLIS May of the most notable meetings of railway employees ever held in thiscity convened this afternoon For some time past tho question of a feder ation of the various orders of railway serv ice has been agitated and todays meet ing looked to tho accomplishment of that object Fully 500 delegates were present from Indiana Illinois Ohio Kentucky and Michigan representing the following orders Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen Brotherhoodof Conductors SAyitch mens Mutual Benefit Association and Brother hood of Railroad Trainmen The meeting was called to order by William Hugo of the Brotherhood Of Locomotive Engineers Colonel J B May nard of this city addressed the meeting He said that much had already been done by the orders acting separately but Avhat did one organization amount to in a conflict Avith corporations It had been demon strated that one organization could easily be defeated in a contest with capital but capital could never triumph in a contest with such a federation as Avas now proposed Past Grand MasterRobinson of the Broth erhood of Engineers said the beneficial re sults of organized and disciplined action Avere no longer a matter of speculation They Avere demonstrated truths In the great railway lines of this said Robinson is seen the most collossal aggregate of Avealth thOAvorld has ever Though occasion ally appearing as rivals they arc constantly pooling their interests in matters of rates and there is every reason to believe that they also pool Influences and pOAVcr in any prolonged conflict with It is against thdir gigantic forces Avith Avellknown ten dencies to imperious dictation and harmful measures that tilie Brotherhood of Railway Employees UOAV find themselves called to fortifv themselves said the only right course lay in a federation Th at wpu Id stop trouble with the employers because it Avould lead to an arbitration of all disputes and strikes Avould become a matter of history Arbi tration until a bill in troduced iu the Senate by a tool of the railroads to compel it a bill so cunningly devised that should it be come laAV it must render nugatory thepationt efforts of many years to better our condition He thought the railroads nexttriclc Avould be to try andfederate with theemployees Wilkins Grand Master Trainman was happy to Conduct ors has All railroad nieu were to understand that they must unite Frank ofthe George W Howard grand chief of the Conductors and John Hannan vice grand master urged federa tion Tonight a vote Avas taken resulting in adoption of the scheme md final was the convention is it of Engineers at The AmericanAssociation PHILADELPHIA Athlenc S SYRACUSE Syracuse 12 Louisville s jmooKJAJf First game 3 Columbus Second Brooklyn 1 1 1 Columbus 7 i V Toledo Bgme postjxmed zaia 0 13 t CHIEF ARinUKS 1 mass Brotherhood of Ensipeers today was who spoke against a other of policy jius1 plain When tli e Brotherhood tederatcsit Avillif th e Respect riot the1 b ut said the question between capital and labor bad been better settled than by any other organization in the country Labor tias comedo the pro teotfon of Capital against theacmagogues Ie cordially coincided with Chief Arthurs remarks abcut tbev theBrother hood being in opposition strikes The Scboolbook Trust V CHICAGO May San Francisco tho completion of three deals within the past 1 i V few days the schoolbook publishing trust has been completed HO per cent 6f the en tire business in the United States haying been taken in Among the concerns which threatened its perpetuity the Standard Publishing Company of St Louis anu D Merrill Co of St Paul They had a seventeenyear contract to tarnish school books to the State of Indiana They were broughtinto the fold a few days ago leav ing only the great New York house of liar pur to be feared Negotiations wore besun with them and the announce ment is made that for a consideration esti mated at between and that firm has consented to go out of the schoolbook publishing branch of the busi FATHER MARTIN RETURNS A Second Time He Renounces the Church ol Koine May Mr Martin the exCatholic priest Avho caused a sensation a short time ago by announcing that ho would return to tho Catholic Church and then dis appeared from public view leaving his wife attended services at tho Presbyterian Church this morning with his Ho said tonight that having become discouraged through ill health and inability to support his fam ily he made an agreement with the Areh bfshop to return to the Catholic Church on condition that his family should be pro vided for lie then went doAvn to Antig onish N toaTrappist uionastry whore the Abbot Avas instructed to receive him as a priest going into retreat lie found his domestic ties too strong and accordingly returned to his family The Archbishop was seen tonight but had little to say Tho Protestant clergy are much perplexed over the mans vagaries NEW VESSELS FOR EUROPE ANOTHER SQUADRON OF STEEL SHIPS TO BE FITTED OUT Congressional Programme for tho The Silver Bill Laid Anti Trust WASHINGTON May 25 TRIBUNE Ills patch San Francisco Chronicle is reported in that there is to bo a ncAV Hying squadron sent to Europe in a feAV months It was the intention to send tho Essex and Kearsage to tho Mediterranean this summer but tho plan has been changed and the Enter prise willjoin the North Atlantic squad ron The Secretary intends to send only tho new shipsastliey are completed into Kuro pean waters The squadron will consist of tho cruiser now fitting out as a the new steel ships Con cord and and the gunboat squadron Avill be com manded by P McCann T1115 CONGUUSSIONAti PROGRAMME WASHINGTON M ay Associated the Senate the Naval Appropriation bill comes up to morrow as unfinished busi ness By agreement Wilsons Original Package bill is tho special order for Tuesday It is doubtful if the Silver bill will get a hearing this Aveek Pugh will speak on it If a chance olTcrs Sherman may also speak The Committee on Appropriations expects to have the Fortifications and Legislation Executive and Judicial Appropriation bills ready to report during the Aveek Probably the remainder of tho River and Harbor Appropriation bill Avill be disposed of by the House tomorrow The confer ence report on the AntiTrust bill may be presented early in the week and will doubt less give rise to much debate as the report is unacceptable to somo Democrats A BRITISH EVACUATION Stanley Suggests That the British Retire From AiVica May Times prints a long and caustic letter Stanley in reply to recent utterances of Lord Salisbury Mr Stanley declares boldly that if the Colonial demandsare to be granted it will bo more economical to make Germany a gift of the Avliole of the British sphere Then British investors might obtain shillings for the pounds they have credu lously been victimized out1 of In conclu sion he declares that the German sphere is the finest in Africa and adds Still their cry is give If you think they are adaptedthan the Englishto civilize Afr ca dp nothing halfheartedly old all including Egypt You shall not hear any protest from A Panama Canal Contract PANAMA Colon Telcaram prints a dispatch from at Paris to Count Gcsseneaur in Avhich he says I have contracted for a completion of the canal in four years The French Government aridXc Matin are in my favor Napoleon Whyse and Foutans formerly SecretaryGeneral of the canal company Avill leave for Columbia at the end of The B and Os Intentions Sunvill say to morrow The Baltimore OhioCompany are preparing to add ten millions to their capital stock and buy up the stock by the city ofBaltimore and State of Maryland so as to sever all political make several needed additions to the road notably an ex tension Avhi ch Avill give the road a shorter line to Chicago SOME OLD WORLD GOSSIP No Protectjon for Poachers CHICAGO May from Ottawa The Dominion Government has informed owners of sealing vessels on the Pacilic Coast that they can olTcr no assurance that they free from inolestation If caught by American cruisers in the Behring Seaand inhunting sealsin those waters they takethe responsibility for what may f olloAv The Swift City of NEW Yomc May ocean race be tween the City of and Alaska was ended today The time of the City of Rome to Fire Island was 7 days 5 hours and 4 minutes 7 days 7 hours and24 minutes days 7 hours and 40 minutes The Emperors Horses Shied tho Emperor wasout driving SaxeMuningen today the The Emperor sprang out Of the falling on his At thesame thePrince A Famous Russian Railway Builder to Visit America HAG6ARD PERPETRATES A NEW HORROR This Time It Is a Bloody Scandina vian Cane ou the Cleveland Street rupt German Circus Riot LONDON May San Francisco Cliranicte to New York Times General AnnenkolT who is now on his way to London contemplates making a short trip over to tho United during tho summer Be will go across tho continent to the Pacific Coast Tliis reniarkabio man whose achievements In railway building in Central Asia are the wonder of tho Old World has long desired to see America for which he has a profound admiration all because in a good many Of his most striking engineering successes in Asia ho has followed American models Although now hearly GO he possesses such a fund of vigor and restless activity that tho Russians always speak of him as His instead of His Ex and tho work he has already done in midAsia is a mere bagatelle to what ho intends Ho expects to learn a great deal of a helpful nature from a study of the American trunk lines especially the Eocky mountain section In what ho has already done tho American experience of his princi pal assistant Prince KhilkotV of tho greatest service to tho United States in utter poverty served as a fireman and engineer on various lines and learned the practical workings of tho Amer ican system which knowledge he used in Siberia General AnnenkolV is easily the most dis tinguished man of action In Russia brim ming over with original suggestions and dreams which he loves to discuss with everybody and Americans lucky enoughw meet him will enjoy a unique treat MA 11IB TEMJMiSTS KLIIITATION Mario Tempest the pretty actress a son of Sir Kobert who has been this week sent abroad to sep arate the lovers Avas thrown out was j of the carriage Neither A May of the Jesuit claims to Have cured several lepers Count Matteiss system V Bret a careful trait has ap peared liQ has done Calling himabsent 3 brief note onan desk af andj another llAGGAHDS IiATEST LONnoN May Lincoln ro turned to London this Avoek after a shoit leave of absence following the death of his son Yesterday ho present at tho luniheou given by Bigeiow to Herbert Bis Among those present wore Ryder Haggard Professor Russell and Dumaurier of Punch Haggard by the way has just sent a new book to press It is called and is a Scandinavian romance of the bloodiest de scription Avith but fCAV survivors in the last chaiiter AVATKINSS OUISAT TOAVER The tower which Sir EdAvard Watkins in tends to outEHTel tho Eillel will bo erected at Willesdon a Avostern London suburb Tho promoters have not the money yet to but appear confi dent of getting all they Ayant and they havo already entered Into preliminary contracts for securing 250 acres of land Avhercon to erect the xnon strosity Watldns has in eye Inter ests in the promotion of this scheme for the selected site is close to the underground railway of Avhich he is chairman and his hope is that the tOAver may prove a sufficient attraction to tho sightseeing Briton to add another unit to the railway dividend new tower is to be feet A SLAP AX SALISBURYS The malodorous Clevelandstreet scandal has again been stirredIn a peculiar manner Justice Cane has used it as a means of snub bing tho entire British Cabinet for its share in the action In so doinghe hasset all London agog The AttorneyGeneral joined Avith Sir Chnrles Russell counsel for fense In a petition to the Court askicg a lenient sentence forSolicitorNewton who had confessed that he managed the escape of Hammond tho vile den keeper and the boy Avitness in tho interest of one of his NeAvtons clients Justice Cane said Avhen he arraigned ton that the AttorneyGeneral had made a reiuark to the elTectYhat really no con vln clnfr proof of guilt had against Newtons client I have con tinued the Justice in appreciating the force If he really wished to accept what had fallen from the lips of Sir Charles Russell he added nothing in evidence con sistcnt with it lam a viCAV The facts havdly seem to justify conclusion of that kind Nor dc any thing to justify me in coming to the same conclusion In your attornptto allies in the crime charged I see nothingbuP a desire to get rid of give evidence of an inconvenientand troublesome nature I am unableto under stand your conduct with respect to Ham mond I cant regard the offense a most serious ono and the punishmentIs a fine or imprisonment in the tlou Tiiis is a case In which would be no punishment at all Your oflense was committed for the purpose of securing the absence of persons from England in the in terference of wealthy clients and a fine Avoxild only result Jri that they ought to discharge you Incurred by attempting to serve I will therefore pass upon you a v thirty Vv The Judge was asked to omit oaru labor He promptly refused to make Limating that thern leniency and condonation already and pro ceeded to sentence Newton with hard labor the same as any Lawyers and citixens that so marked a snub has beCn administered to the Governments legal really an arraignment of that let Somerset1 and ential Fortified by the action of Mrv Justice v Cane Labouchere will sooncall ths subject up in GERMAN BERLIN May to be becoming fashionable among the great princes of Germany Within tire Usttwo months Prince Albert of the of Waldeck Prince Charles Lichtenstein PrinceTrant rnannsdorff have all th reft been declared in solvent debtors and and been subjected to similar four vearsqf age and the merous titles and of a Spanish Krandee of his at to During the course of death he bad been of an ord in ary iiiiortali   

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