Salt Lake Tribune, June 2, 1890

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June 02, 1890

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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - June 2, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah CIRCULATION EXCEEDING In the City Combined THE MOST EXTENSIVE AJfD In tno Mountain VOL 206 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MO3STDAT MOBOTNTG JUSTE 2 1890 PRICE FIVE CEJSTTS COOP DETAT He Secretly Arranges the Purchase of a Million Square Miles A SCHEME TO PROLONG TOBY RULE The Acquisition of Congo Free State Would lies tore flic Government to Popular Threat cncd With Gladstone LONDON Juno Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle to Now York WorVl Within a few weeks at the latent the announcement will be officially made of tho by tho British Government of Conyjo Froo State the area of exceeds square mllfiS and tho population The of King Leopold of iJoltflura to London during tlio past weeks his nnrmiroiis and protraotud Interviews wiMi ho Marquis of Salisbury and Secretary of Statefur Colonies Lord are duo to the Impending salts which the Jirlt ish Prime Minister to spring upon the country much in the same manner as the late Loifl IScacunslicld did the purchase of the canal shares Lord Salisbury very rightly the acquisition of the ContfO State which Is tho richesr district of tho entire African continent as a magnifi cent coup which will appeal to tho feelliiK of every Kntfilslirnan and will enable him to dissolve Parliament next fall and to face a general election with every certainty of success and a consequent prolongation of the Tory tenure of ntlioo for another Parlia mentary term of seven year Ail the transactions In connection with tho purchase havo already boon completed and tho oillclal announcement of tho sale Is dMlayod soloiv and alone by the hesitation of fciio United Status Government to consent to repeal urtlclo 1 of tho UorlinConKO treaty of It stipulates that all mer clwndlHO Imported Into tho Kroe State shall rernnln free from Import or transit dues for a porlocl of twenty years The revision of tills clause was llist mooted at tho Antl Congress In session at Urussels Leopold basing Ils demands for an authorixatlon by tlio KitfnaUny powers of tho Borlln treaty to levy custom dues on all intio UKI State on tlie ground thactho revonnes to derived tlioretroia were alMolutoly necessary for carrying on the of tlio Government fri fuel both ho and his representatives huvo glvcu thj powers to tiixlerstund that It will by ibbsol tloly to cany on the and development of tho States wlMiout pecuniary rolloJ to he de rived from the imposition of custom duos on and that means of this kind are KHalo in ortlor to avoid a deficit in tha Congo budget Altlio igh Stunley lias reason to dlserculli those by doelarliu in two of liis public speeches afe tho Guild Hallaiul at Albert Hall that the Congo Free Htuto was paying a cent potcent on money which had been invested there yet the Urltish Government has lent the full weivihtof itsolJlcial support to King Leo polds domanfl1 on the subject of Imposition of custom duos This iu fact was re luctantly admitted a few days ago in the House oi1 Commons by Sir Faroes Kerguson tho Under Secretary of State for Fmulgn AtTairH in reply to the Inquiry of ono of Gladstones followers Tho most of the other powers have fol lowed Great Krltalns load In the matter or havo displayed IndlUoronoo In regard thereto franco has been conciliated by Englands concessions in Egypt while Ger many hu3 boon similarly propitiated by those concessions on the east coast of Africa which recently aroused such a storm of In Lorcl Salisbury and accu boardcd man who has few years more to live Ncjithcr his brother tho Count of F I and res nor tho Jatters son Prince Bald win who Is hfcir apparent to tho throne has the slightest taste for the Congo enterprise but have always discountenanced and de plored King Leopolds infatuation in the matter MUEttAf DlSASTKKS THREATKINKO Gladstones recent declaration in favor of tho disestablishment of the church in Scot land threatens to have a disastrous eflect upon his party In that country It is only a few years skice he was as popular among the Scotch churchmen as amonK the Dis senters or evangelical bodies how ever a KOOjral reaction scorns to have set Iu and it Is not easy to any limit to Us consequences or see how It must KO in seri ously chaiicTiriK Gladstones position In Scot land The jreneral assembly of tho church In tho annual congress at Kdiniuirg was by speaker after speaker who hrul hitherto butii uncondi tional Liberals In their political affiliations th exIremier for his personal atUtude In Some of tho terms employed must be attributed to the heat of antfiy resentment and certainly was not merited by Lhe man who has had the Ui reveal his conviction that the time for rllstinct church establishment in Urluiin Is pant lie was called a peddh1 of principles a broker of political wares a man iust to honor and mean in sen timent and H sad spectacle and as unsaying and unduliiK almost everything that ho had once or done Another serious difficulty which is just now menacing the Liberals and their strength is th movement in Wales directed towards all Liberal candidates for seats in iarliamont to tfivo a pledge t their constit nonclcs that tliej will not support a policy of Monio JLiilf unless Gladstone shall promise Htfompllsh the disestablishment of tho church in Wales In the same Parliament In which he may secuio Lho passage Home Rule bill As Gladstone steadfastly de clined to tfive any such promise the result Ing discoid In the party Is sure to weaken tiio strength of tho Welch Liberals A iriiKNCti coNHTmmotfArj iu VISION PARIS Tune Politicians ace taking more than ordinary interest In tho scheme of a constitutional revision which iU do Cus to has bronchi forwiird who is one of the most highly respectable Deputies tho Chamber explains his plan as follows I would reduce tho Senate from MO to 200 members and tho Chamber to 400 I would make men and women equally oIlKiblo to seats In both Houses I would niike forty years tho youngest ut which any onu should bo eligible to election I would make women oliglblo to the Presidency and to the VicePresidency which I would establish on tho American M de Caste Is eightytwo years of age and hopes to live to see his ideas adopted Among tho facts and figures with which ho supports his scheme are remarkable statistics boaririg on tho comparative morality of tho From tliom it ap than every year there are In France seven times as many male as female crimi nals and that In tho Items of thefts by do tnustlc servants thero wore twelve times as many male as female o Vendors although of course there arc many more mate servants female than CLEATttNGHOUS B EXCHANGES Tho Business of tic Country Shows a Good Increase BOSTON Juno to Tho following tablo compiled from dis patches from tho clearing Louses of tho cities named shows the gross exchanges for tho last week with rates of DOC coat of in oreaso or doorcase as against similar amounts for the corresponding week In 1880 CtTIKB Now York Huston Chicago Phiiuilolplila Louis Siui Kiiviiclso OUy yaw Orliiuia Louisvillu Congress of ISSi took place especially onone occasion last after Stanleys dis courteous roneontir Ironch explorer SavorflrtuMn do It is to this knowlMlso of Stanleys lack of dis cretion is attributable tho fact of his having been kept out of the secret concern ing sale of Gonw state to Knplancl there Is tho hljjhost authority for tho above statements which although they may for reasons of policy bo officially denied far the present will yet become ac complished facts xvithln a few weeks or possibly days yot It has not been possible to obtain any exact figures with regard to the price paid by England for the purchase of COUTO Freo State but it is understood that the sum is between forty and lifty Knillions of dollars or about double the amount paid to tho Khedive of kgypt for tho acquisition of the Suez Oanal To Kins Leopold the sale Is a matter of vital importance for ho has sunk not only Ills own enormous wealth but it is rumored also tho still more considerable fortuno which ho holds In trust for his demented ulster the oxEmpress Carlotta of Mexico In the Congo enterprise For two or three years past ho has been moving heaven and to obtain tho sanction of France ana England to a Congo lottery with a view of recouping his losses This 1s all the more urgent since the conviction la paining the Empress Carlotta has recovered her reason and that she may demand from her kingly brother and accounting of her the sovereignty of Free State is vested in King Leopold himself indivldu illy Belgium as a State having no Aiitlonln the responsibility therein he is pound to make arrangements for a fcanoe of the Congo enterprise after his fluath for he is now an aged and white OwrMt PiovidtMico Si Paul Clmoliinil Columbus Dallas Momnliis dlgnatlon against Lord Salisbury aiui aeon sationa to the utYoot that bo was truckling j to Emperor1 William Tho only serious opposition that has as boon offered comes from tho United Lord Salisbury however Is con inced thar In one way or another means will bo found to got around this objection and as soon as this achieved tho an nouncement of tho salo will bo made The object of this movement In favor of tho repeat of article 4 Is perfectly obvious for although England would bo porfocMy ready Hcqulro the State at any cost yet she naturally prefers to take It unhampered by any stipulations binding It to pormiG free entry to all foreign trade and com merce and Lord Salisbury Isold enough to that tho signatory powers arc fat more likely to consent to a ropeal of article 4 to that etVeot by such a pauper as King Leopold than when re quested to do so by wealthy John Bull This knowledge of tho groat coup which he has In storo for tho British public goes far to account for Lord Salisburys jaunty re plies to Stanleys protest concerning the culpable indilVoronoo and Indolence dis played by tno English Government on African questions Mr Stanley is not bo hind tho tho Iremlor declared with a verv knowing air and an indulgent tone at a public banquet tho other day and although the Government h ivy already de cided to olTor Stanley the shlp of tholr new dopondoney yot both Ministers lind King Leopold havo boon care ful to avoid giving tho groat explorer any hint of tho negotiations Inch havo been going on for Hio past fow weeks for Stanley alt hough a famous explorer and a hero in many senses of tho word is utterly laoklug Indthcr taot or discretion a factthat no ono deplores more deeply than his filond and uUiuror King Leopold TLo latter bitterly antmadvertod on this fault of Stanleys character during ono of tho many LUKliences which ho had with him beforo tho Ore Duliiih Montreal Indianapolis Kort St Idsn ill Mew Haviiu Spruignold Washington Galvoston Mo Svracuso Wichita Sioux Grand Rapiils Noifolk Chnttnuooga Lowi11 DPS MnintS Los Lexington Topckn Kmv loilfird CloaranccH i r 1 1 1 CO IncrKo 10 0 10 2 0 31 S 58 8 2 i 13 r 31 6 Docrso 1A OutsUUi Tvow York incnsaso lu totftln no eloaringhouso at this time last year Favors ior Germans HANKIHAK Juno Advices from French missionaries uutlor date of March Gth are to tlio olloct that Kaloiruv was de feated and hud lied and that was in complete possession oftho whole king dom Dr Peters has been Mwangas ad visor and assistant In return these services Ieters secured valuable treaties and monopolies In favor of tho Germans Cedar Keys Quiets Down OEDAR KKYS Jimo Vranolsco Chronicle The revenue cutter MoLane sailed from hero Thursday night Tho fugitive Cottroll is said to havo been hoard from in Hondu ras Everything Is quiet and there Is very little oxeltomont over the approaching eIoc tlou to choose a successor to Cottroil Confederate RICHMOND June Dis patch Francisco Chronicle Tho Circuit Court today granted a charter to the Confederate Memorial Literay Soci ety Its object is to collect Dattlcllags relics and other emblems of tho lato war and secure the Jeff Davis mansion iu which to store them A Conductors Division Disbands NEWHAVEN June local division of the Order of HallwayConductors disbanded thisevening on account of the action of the grand division In eliminating tho strike olauso froni tho coHSbitution of the order i Tho Blaiao Coachnian Isijiirecl Juno Harrison and Mrs Blaino today visited Alexandria and attended services at Ohrisb Olmroii While Mrs Elaines carriage to horse becoming Cpachman Lamb was thrown to the ground aud In ternally Injured THEHOLY TRIUMVIRATE Caine Clawson and Cannon and Their Contingent of Jacks TRYiHG TO SAVE THE ROTTER OLD ARK SoCalled Gentiles Afctacfc the friends oi in Census Chronic Disease dcu to Have a Free Delivery SALT LAKH TRIBUNE BUREAU Fourteenth Street WASHINGTON D June 1 1800 Tho Nauvoo Legion of Saints in the East is becoming reinforced by prominontSalnts and sinners It is led by that pious triumvirate Ualno Clawsouand Cannon are who work ins sloeplessly to turn tne tide that thrcajt ens to destroy the hierarchy If the credu lous Gentiles who shjn petitions calling off further legislation knew what miserable catspaws they are made of and how vigorously their letters are used to Injure loyaJty arid loyal citizens iu Utah they would reflect before joining tho Mormon procession Thoro is today a string of Mormons sirnonpure and Jack stretching from Og den to Washington who are interviewing themselves with childlike simplicity in the public press and securing editorial endorse ment of their views as those of tho con servative element in Utah It Is to say the least an ungrateful return for the unselfish elTorts of the friends of good government in Utah located here In Washington to force them to turn and face a fire in the rear Mormonisra has money and brains and enough to take care of itself Tho ablest and most expensive attorneys here in Washing ton are at its bock and1 call ExSenators and Representatives lobby on the floor for its Interests Able journalists voice its plaints and distort facts in its interests Why cannot thcloyal people of Utah under stand that their assistance is not needed and that turning thenown flank Is noway to crlplo or destroy an enemy prospects of the OtillornStruble bill are seriously Imperiled by these tactics all the more disgraceful because bearing the assumed sanction of presumed Gentiles VllKK JiOH OGDI3N An ordur will be issued tomorrow making various postonices Ogdcn among the rest froo delivery olTlccs from July 1st THE TAUIFF HEARINGS The Senate CoinmlUoo on Finance which is DOW considering the Mo Klnloy bill will work hard this week with closed doors Tt Is expected that the greater part of tho bill will bo considered within tho ncxb live clays Several amend ments have already been practically agreed upon The schedules and items over which there is a difference of opinion among tho Kopublican Senators will be temporarily passed over Tho metal schedule is said to have been practically settled upon by the Republicans on Saturday with thejcxcoptiou of silver load ores copper and tin This would indicate tliat thero will boa struggle iu the committee over the argenti ferous lead ore clause Senator Jones who has tho matter eharcre held a long con ference with Mr Tames yesterday He is prepared to make a strong light for the ruining interests and will be heavily rein forced by Senator Teller who if needed will demand a hearing before the com mittee Telegrams received hero today indicate that the Kansas smelter lobby is still spend ing timo and money to secure their ends and that they will bring every possible in lluence to bear on the Senators from their homes to induce them to force a change iu tho load ore schedule Most of the Western Senators feel like Sanders of Montana who when asked the prospects hummed a moment and then out iu the following distich Aiul Khsill load mining die Then vigilants will know the reason why AND POLITICS WASHINGTON Juno Associated and politics are likely to be the topics in tho House On Tuesday either tho Silver bill or the McDifly Ala bama election caso will come up The pr dor is not yet determined but if the leaders who are canvassing the Republican Rep resentatives progress far enough to ensure adherence to tho main features of tho caucus Silver bill they will call it up Tuesday under the special rule which will limit the time for discussion and final ac tion Tho Bankruptcy and Postoffice Ap propriation bills are ulso among tho prob able subjects for early In the Senate the silver question promises to bo tho principal topic However it is likely to be interrupted by thepresent action of conference reports on several THE OBNOXIOUS CENSUS QUESTION Superintendent Porter of the census has received telegrams from a number of super visors stating that they are thoroughly prepared to enter upon the work of taking tho census tomorrow morning and every thing is in readiness to push tho work for ward with accuracy and rapidity Porter intimated very plainly this evening that so farus tho chronic diseases questions wore concerned it is not the intention of the ollico to bring to punishment were reluctant to make answer but as to tho mortgage question his language was not so cheering He expressed himself very earnestly with regard to bringing the law to bear1 upon those who wilfully refused answer any and all Questions put to them by tho enumerators They will be com pelled to answer he or to take the consequences of the refusal Governor Thayers Previoiisness LINCOLN Jiiuel The proclamation of Governor Thayor revoking the call for an oxtri of The Lcqislitnie made pnbllo toda The icison assigned for this action is that the legality of actsv of tho convened under his recent call would be questioned and might bo entirely by the The alleged illegality consists in calling a session without giving ame TO fill vacancies in legislative districts The Prohibition Campmeeti ng 111 June 1 f TUIBUNE Dis of Massachusetts Rolla Kirk Bryan of Mich igan Mrs Clark Huliman of Missouri and Meckter the black knight of California NURSING DJELiUSIVB HOPES Gov H511 Thi riles Ke Can Capture Yorks Legislature NEW YOHK June Dis Sau Francisco Chairman Murphy of tho Democratic State will issue a call for a meeting of the committee next week to decide on tho question of holding a ritato convention this year and to arrange ior the legislative con test next fall Governor Hill has concluded that a convention would arouse the Demo crats from the apathy Into which the com parative unimportance oC this years elec tions would bo likely to throw them Poli ticians sav that Governor Hill is undoubt edly in earnest in his endeavor to obtain the Senatorship Ho believes that the Demo crats of the Legislature would give him the place should they have the power to do so Therefore his mind is seton giving them the power by haying a Democratic majority at Albany next January Ho proposes to make this the hottest contest known since 1S76 in all tho Assembly districts in the State and ho is convinced that Republican ma jority in this State can be overcome on a joint ballot by gains In the Assembly A Panama Canal Mission PATUS June Wayse has sailed for Southampton on a mission connected with tho Panama Canal liquidation The Panama Canal Company instructed Wayse after visiting the canal works at Colon to pro ceed to Garthagena to negotiate with the Columbian Government for a pro longation of tho canal concession An Electrical Storm SANUUSKY June damage was clone in this vicinity by a severe lightning storm yesterday Two sons of Charles Johnson were killed Death of the Turntable Inventor TRENTON N Juno Lew herp aged 81 once a civil engineer of noto and the inventor of the railroad turntable died today HE LASTED TWO MINUTES SPICY OLD W 10SSIP The Unique Origin of Catherines Regiment of Lovers THE FRENCH ANTINIHILIST CRUSADE Cases of soiiiers Great Work on Exhibition Clerks Doomed to Celibacy Archbishop on the Passion Play THE EAKD HITTER OF THE SOUTH WEST KNOCKED OUT Cliicagoans and Hoosiers Engage in a Slugging Kuns Throe Baseball NEW YORK Tune Dispatch Francisco Chronicle have been signed between James Connors sparring tutor of tho Buffalo Athletic Club and Ike the for a finish glove contest for S2000 a side to take place in this1 city July 8th BCHAEFER JUJNS IT OUT SAN FRANCISCO June 1 fAssociated billiard contest between Schaeler and MoClecry closed last Sehaefor scored another ran of which made a continuous run of SOOOpoints for three nights McCleery had no oppqr tunity to use his cue after the first scored The score the close was Sohaefer 3004 McOleory 15 PARIS June race for the Jockey Club prize French derby today at Chan tiily was won by Baron Rothschilds chest nut colt HeaufflO by Hermit out ofBella A HARDniTTBil KNOCKED SILLY Et PASO June sporting fraternity has boon in a fever heat for the past three weeks over tho battle between Charles Hoarld St Paul and Tom Stand ard thehardhitter of west for S2f0 a side and gate receipts A chartered train left the Southern pacific depot early this morning with the pugilists and a hundrpd under the man agement of JamesMcDermott Tustoyer the line into Mexico tho train tiring was quickly made and Charles Dowdwas chosen referee Time was called at Standard led with a on side and made two closer ducks wnon Hearld caught him in the neck with a swinging right hand blow and knocked him silly Standard failed torespond andthe fight was given to Hearld The battle lasted two minutes and ten seconds Stand ards was 143 and Hcarlds AN ALLROUND SLUGGING MATCH CHICAGO June Ferguson and Michael couple of Chicago heavyweights pounded each other through twentytwo rounds1 Shelby for a purse of 3300 Knockout blows made Queen an quit Ferguson was com paratively fresh at the close The affair ended with an allround slugging match be tween a number of brawny were present and the Chicago which included a batch of Board of Trade men The natives were routed PETERSBURG June Dis patch San Francisco Chrmiicte The famous Puulovsky regiment of Russian Guards lias j nst celebrated the centennial anniversary of its creation This regiment had an origin probably as unique in the mil itary history of the world as the regiment of the King of Dahomeys female warriors which consists exclusively of women who have been that monarchs mis tresses This Paulovsky regiment was founded in 1TOO by tho notorious Czarina Catharine and was at first composed en tirely of that sovereigns lovers She had a special fondness for seeking paramours among the private soldiers of the army and as soon as she tired of one lover which was generally in a few days or oven sooner she would enroll him iu this new regiment whose numbers were to have special privi leges and to receive extra pay In this way she ultimately formed a regiment of about TOO men called at iirst The regiment of the Grenadiers of Emperor Paul I revised the names of all the line regiments and this corps was named first after General Arnno and then after General Jurbedx In 1813 for its services during tho French invasion it was raised to the rank of a guard regiment with tho simple title of Paulovsky Regiment Tho barracks of this regiment where tho cele bration of tho cento unary has been held occupy the sites of the palaces of the Czarina Elizabeth Petrovua and were con structed in tho year 1817 ZOLAS GH15AT AMBITION PARIS Juno It seems to be conceded by tho best friends of Emile Zola that he cannot become an immortal The great French prince of llctlon has one ambition and that is to become a member of tho French Academy He has been soon a good deal in Paris lately although his home is in Clmntilly Ee has been here to argue his own case with the thirtynine gentlemen who compose the academy At tho first test of strength his friends deserted him and it is doubtful if bis name will bo seri ously considered when the question comes again In the course of a few weeks it is more than likely that some negative and inactive man will be chosen in M Augiers Kola will bo defeated in his lifo ambition for a second time Zolas most intimate friend is Daudet tho French Dickens two men spend many pleasant hours discussing plays and pictures Zola has about finished the last of ills great series of novels and in tho future will devote himself to playwriting Tho only play he ever wrote was at first severely condemned aud then raptrously applauded make a round of the ports of tho world currying a floating as a cargo is nowbeing loaded at Hamburg The origin ators of the idea hope that she will sail be fore end of June Stalls tire TO be erect ed on the decks uiul German goods will be displayed to all advantage There will be cariosities and sido shows ivfrcshments peculiar to the Gorman nation and music of the fatherland composers given by fault less Teuton A small army of com mercial travelers will invite large ly uii possible amors at every port of Thoro was an idea of having young ladies to preside over some 01 the stiills but it did not entirely com mend itself to favor some of the older heads thinking tho darnels might parr with thoir own sensitive hearts as well as with their goods and iiultlhe ship altogether Tlie voyage js to last two years and the first will probably bo New York The great sbi and her cargo have cost a quarter of a million pounds AN AKCUDEACON OX THF 1ASSIOX PJNV Archdeacon Farrar has eomribufod to the Manchester Ciwrdian two interesting articles on the Passion Play at Obor Anmienrau in which ho describes In sympa thetic and picturesque language tlio im pression made upon his mind by what he calls a dress rehearsal of the saered play He staid at tin humble home of lostph Maier who rep resems the part of and repelling the assertions ma do against Maiir as being art avaricious hypo crite charged with ambitious selfseeking and of sacred foelinjrs for personal ends he htatos that he believes him to be an entirely devout sincere humble minded man who does not love that fame of the world which is always half and then draws a picture of the simple artist as a man and his portrayal of Christ in words of exceeding sweetness and strength The Archdeacon believes Major and his connados that the world has outgrown the need of tho Passion and that the vulgar curiosity of the tourist in his thousands tends to rob it of all its rever ence Some months ago an ancient cross on tho summit of Kobel was destroyed by a great storm and tradition runs that when it should fall the peasants of the little Tyrolean valleyshould cease to represent the miracle play and they are Said to ac cept the THE RECORDOF GRIME Tlie American Association COLUMBUS Col 15 BTRACtrSE j ROCHESTER 3 BROOKLYN 4 St Louis 6 THE JjONDON TRADES COUNCIL S in Tianoisco Senes For the ncKtolovco the Seventh Aniiutl National Prohibition cunprneetiug will bo an full blast it Oakland P uk A Iarg6 number cold advocates have ilready ar rived and the number Trill btelnoieased to thousands in a fe dajs A large pavilion has been erected for the meetings and num erous tents provided for eainpeib A large number of pjohibition workers tho country wllVpartlcipatjtf in the pro ceedings Among thorn are professor Sam uel Diokey of of the National Prohibition party Rev Anna Shaw Joliu Burns and the Socialists Have Designs on It LONDON Juno San Francisco Chronicle In contmu auco of their new fighting the Socialists are engaged in a determinedat tempt to capture the London TradesCoun cil The secretary of that important body George Shiptou has held the post eighteen years having been reelected annually and as a unanimously last fall his position was as secure as it ever had been siuce then many new Organizations mostly of unskilled labor such us dock Corkers have secured theright to send delegates to the council and it is upoii these newcomers that the extremistsrely for success Theelection place next week and the indications that Shipton will win by a The struggle London trades unionism to its depths John Burns is credited abolishing the LondonTrades Council it ac present exists ahcl replacing it by a larger body to represent skilled and unskilled within fliernotrppoli assoon confedera tion of labor has been constituted take in h ind tho question of foreign laboi Spcci il would be appointed to upon 1 iboi unniigiants a iiaw to send iiij thorn back 01 diaftiug them into the federation The Nihilist Conspiracy June 1 connection with the of tho arrested nihilists it ib reported th it Denial had summoned a meeting for today to conceit an attempt on the Me of the and a sinniltaneous using in dif ferent partb of Russia lhit twenty ni hilists with infeinal machncs had aheady started for xlussi L A Banker Suicides Wls C Brown a millionanebankei of bhia city committed suicide tod iv by shooting himself He had been ill and was tempoiaraly insane Young Bismarck Joine correspondent says Count Herbert Bismarck is engaged to the oldest daughter of Lady Dudley THIS ANTINIHlTjIST CRUSADE It seems to bo the general opinion hero that tho arrests of a number of people on a charge of being Nihilists is in a great meas ure a blunder and an injustice due to tho overzealousnoss of the secret police M Lavroll and other prominent Russian exiles noAY resident in this city strongly suspect that the arrests were due to a plot concocted by Russian and French agents and this opinion is understood to be shared by Step uiak and probably by other Russians in London It is asserted also that this con spiracy which involves among its victims several really inoileusive persons was at ioast connived at and probably directly in cited by M Constans French Minister of the Interior and Baron Be Mokenbeiro Rus sian Tho latter s formal visit to M Constans yesterday to thank him for the vigilance of the French people is declared to be a trick for the sake of public appearance These refer to what they call the unscrupulous character of M Constans and say that he is really an imi tator of the famous Fouchc and is willing toassist in any scheme however unworthy which will tend to draw the Czar into a closer friendship with this country Gau lois assorts that center of the plot is lo cated at Chicago and that instructions came from that city to the conspirators in London and Paris concerning the method of making and using the bombs MEISSONIERS GREAT WORK The painting 1SOO is the great feature of this years art exhibition and is of great popular as well as artistic interest be cause it has become known that it was sold before it was finished to an mil lionaire for Strange to say how ever it lias been quite ignored by critics This is because it was not hung in the galleries until after the press view and private view at the critics take notes for all their writings The picture represents Napoleon and a group of bis generals on horseback In painting it M Meissonier had a number of horses put in motion and photographed by the instantane ous process invented by Mr Muybridge at Palo Alto California Then the photo graphs were enlarged and the outline traus fered to canvass BOYCOTTING WITH A VENGEANCE Some singular instances of boycotting have come to light in A mid wife refused to attend thewife of a member of the Royal Irish Constabulary Edward Phillips a farmer in Tipperary obnoxious to tho National League has been refused the necessaries of life A local chemist de clined to make up proscriptions for him and the blacksmith whom he used to employ de clinedto do any more work for him His horse and carriage with which he took his family to church could not be given accom modation at the stables William Campbell formerly headconstable In the Royal Irish Constabulary has for relief as retired fromthe Con stabulary in and established him self in business as a publican in County Sligo The peopleboycotted him because be had been a member of the hated Royal Police1 and the police boycotted him because while head constable he had in fol lowing out his conceptions of duty been strict in enforcement of cAXlt GliEBKS1 CAXXOT The recentdecree of directors of the Provincial of Ireland that none of their clerks is to marry until his salary i caches 0 per continues to cieate considei ible comment awing in a great measure to the fact that the possiblemaxi mum of a bank clerks salaiy is only in most cases and the new rule maybe viewed as one to enforce celibacy One of the Provincial Bank cleiks and a wouldbe Benedict who out or his per year saved with i view to marriage h is been obliged to break his engagement owmg to the A Dublin attorney now comes forward and offcis to institute pioceedings against the bank ioi damages1 lot the young lady in question and claims that he can make out d good case against the concern six MILES OTTE HORSE Captain Pj esbloff the young Cossack of ficer who has ridden one horbe from Eastern Siberaa arrived at fit Petersburg on Wed nesday having ered 6000 miles He has received great oVation in the Russian cap ital fjorn all classes of people andMs already a social lion The animal that carried him is shaggy pony l A GREAT YfcOATIIfG BAZAR A TOUGH IttOTHKR AND TKOUJILB An Acrobat Crooks Arrested in Wyom Kluilra Murdered by Her A German which is intended to OITBYBNNJS June to Lincoln detective cap tured near hero yesterday George E Plum mer charged with murdering his brother a year ago The prisoner is confident that thero is no case against him Sheriff Williams and Jay Cox arrested on the Powder River range Saturday Tom Col lins a fugitive from Texas Montana and South Ho is said to be guilty of about every crime In the decalogue Col linss captors get S1200 for the desporailo BY HER IiOVEH ELMIRA N Dispatch Francisco Clironicle Crane has betn lodged in the Bath Steuben county jail for fatally shooting Mrs Gale Perry The Perry family live about a mile east of the village of Addison In Stouben county and Crane resided there He is an inventor of farming implements and bore a good reputation until lastyear when he met Mrs Perry lie had ever since paid considerable attention to the woman but on Thursday last they had a lovers quarrel and she ordered him from her home The inventor started in on a spree continuing his debauch until this morning when he went to the Perry residence demanded admittance As Mrs Perry ordered him away he became enraged and whipping out a revolver shot her just below the heart Thoroughly Crazed Crane then fled a short distance from tho scene of tho tragedy and attempted to shoot another woman but was frightened away by neighbors Mrs Perrys wound is fatal She is a wife and the mother of four children Crane has been urging her to leave her husband and live with threatening to kiU her if sho did not comply with his requests A TOTJGII MOTHER AND SON NEW June F Foley a driver aged twentyfive leader of the village assaulted and probably fatally stabbed his stepfather John Saturday night When caught by an officer Foley showed fight and slipped his knife to his mother who ajded by members of the attempted to rescue the ruffian The officer was rescued from the mob iust as Folfcjs mother was about to plunge the knife into his back The policeman was badly cut and is in a critical condition AN ACROBAT MTUKDERED CHICAGO Tune body of an acro bat named Murdock who has been missing since found floating in the river today Five ugly wounds on the head indicate murder Murdocks watch and a large sum of money said to have boon in his possession arc missing His dis appearance was very promptly reported to his partner West and the latter left the city saying that he was going to Racine j The police telegraphed to that city asking that West be BOBBED THE KANSAS CITY June raided the Missouri Pacific train from Warrens burg crowded with Dnnkards return ing home One JDunkard minister wis relieved of in money and another of 5800 and a gold watch Different members of the party lost watches and other valua bles TUB JtOJTFATT ROBBER mEXTIFlKD ST LOOTS King the robber was identified beyond doubt yesterday at Clayton by President MoiTatt Today King has been very sullen refusing to talk On his case to any one Evidently he is realizing what a bad boat he Is in and sorry that he gave himself away The Sheriff says he will be extradited ina few days A Hurricane at Sofia SOFIA northern part of this city was wreckedby a hurricane The loss of life was considerable Among the soldiers and wounded numbered ten The loss among the inhabitants has not yet been ascertained The damage the place amounts An Export CofPee Duty SAN JOSE Qosta Rica ijune has establishedan export duty on coffee of 40 kilograms to defray the exj pen eh of buildirg i national the iter in tlus city It is estimated the of the structure will The Promises au Inquiry LONDON June 1 lertcr from the Czar wiitten In reply to one from the Queer of Denmark ib published In letter the C 11 pronnses fetrict inquiry Into the Siberian scandals and to instruct his ministers to draft ineasiires for their amelioration A NineHour Demand June 1 afternoon the Carpenters Union at jnassraceting re solved to strike tomorrow if the bosses did not agree on nine vfor a dutys work Nine hundred carpenters irp aftected A Hebrew Convention BICHMOND Va Junel vconvention of the Independent Order Brlth as sembled Shewi the United States Germany indsBoumania being represented Senator William Lowenstein of Jtiohmoud chosen permanent chairman STIFF LATTEROAY LYING Cannon Says the Hormon Church Does Sot Encourage Immigration THE CARGO OF SAINTS Cuine Clawson and Cannon Hurry to New York to See That They are Not Turned Buclc by the Immigration Ouioials YORK June to TKIB report that the large number of Mormon emigrants expected to arrive on vhe sioamor Wisoonsiu on Tuesday would bo turned back by the immigration officials brought Caine Cannon ami Clawson In hoc hasie to New York yostorday They called on Superintendent of Emijiration Wobers ami woro informed there was no un usual crtisado adjust the Mormons but that particular care was tobo taken as to the contract labor law Mr Cannon said in an interview I was asked to sec the Superintendent of Emigra tion as to this master by a friend who has the contract for the transportation of tha passengers and who was prob ably afraid from the reports he had heard that they would be interfered with I merely want to say that the Mormon Church was in noway concerned in this immigration and that no Mormon immigrant is Induced to conic to come to this country by the pay ment of passage or by any other assistance It is true that our immigrants travel in organized companies but that is merely for convenience sake and because we believe in organization Our converts are made abroad by missionary work just like those of any other church but instead of inducing them to come to this country we really urge our missionaries to dissuade them in any way they can It is not to our advantage tc have any come who are not thoroughly grounded in the Colonel Weber said that in looking into the matter of Mormon Immigration care would be taken to act on trustworthy As a result of the conference it is probable that ho attempt will be itiade tostop the Wisconsin passengers further than tho usual precautions but on the other hand the Mormons agree that the full name and ad dress of every passenger will be given tlio inspectors This will enable tho Govern ment to watch the immigrants after they have landed and If the existence of an il legal contract is found within ayear tha offending parties will bo returned whence they came at the expense of the steamsliip company On existing information this is as far as Colonel Weber thinks of going at present although tho inspectors are fled that many of the Mormons come liere under and arc in hopes of obtaii iug proof of this fact before BABIES IN ILLINOIS Tie Pasteur Institute Receives Many Patients From That State NEW YORK June 1 TRIBUNE Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle Dr Gibier of the Pasteur institute in this city this morning received a telegram from St Joseph saying that tho seven yersons recently bitten by a mad dog in that town would arrive hero tonight Dr Gibier said this morning that he also expected a party of twelve from SpringOeld on Monday or Tuesday Some time ago fifteen persons were bitten at the latter place by a mad dog and three of the number died The re maining twelve are naturally greatly alarmed and Dr Gibier expects that they will come on immediately for treatment Among the patieuts who have recently been treated are Dr Fisher and daughter of Car Jinville 111 Both cases were entirely suc cessful and Dr Fisher has now resumed his professional duties Tt seems strange that so many cases of rabies should come from Illinois doeaic not was asked of Dr GaWer There seems to me to bo only one way of accounting for it Compared with other nations the United States is singularly free from rabies In Illinois however there are a large number of Newfoundland dogs These animals are peculiarly susceptible to this disease Besides the rabies may been imported from or possibly from Siberia where hydrophobia is ex tremely common both ajnong and wolves Soraetitties the disease will not manifest Itself in an animal nntiL three or four months after it has been bitten It seems that it would be quite an easy for a dog to be brought here from either of these countries during that time without its knowing anything of its diseased THE SEVEN BOYS ARRIVE NKW YOHJC Tune Associated Theseven boys bitten by a mad dog recently in St Joseph Illinois arrivedfrom thac city They taken to the New Pasteur Institute where they re ceived prompt Dr A SCAB RAILROAD The Philadelphia Reading Wants No Union Employees PHILADELPHIA June Thcrumor that Reading had ordered its conductors from the Brother hood of Conductors or leave theemployof the company was confirmed today by Assistant Superintendent lionzano action was resolved upon by the of theiompany said Bonzano after the last convention of uie Con doctors at At this con vention the antistriking clause of the constitution Avas repealed aud shortly after action notice was issued that the conductors must leave the Brother r hood or the coiapanyTs service t We have had enough of labor qrganiza said Bonzano Hwe no union men All conductors brakemeu and firemenon the now nonunion The Trouble with tiie Nigger ELMIJIA N Y June I Dis San TrancibCO Chronicle Series There was an African M E ConferenceIisre today SotLiC letters being many present lumped up to speak at once The bishop wlo presided shouted The trouble wilh the nigjer race is that they know everything befOie it happens Yoo are trying to judge these before theyare read Sit down I say down sat down Testing a laquor Jjaw Boarox June The first by the Police Commissioners public bar law was heard of Municipal Court to of O W H k on North Marketstreet and to sell liquors and therril countered at tables whether food ;

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