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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - June 9, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                CHRCUtATSOW EXCEEDING In tlio City Combined THE MOST EXTENSIVE In tlie mountain TOL 213 SALT LAKE UTAH MONDAY MOKNING JUNE 0 1S90 CENTS OF FRIENDS TheSenate Will Treat Silver More liberally than the House reported early and Senator Allison expects to have it passed before tho weekends Tbfre are several appropriation bills on the the ilonsoand it is the intention to dispose of these with expedition in order to avoid to the public ser vice by delayed appropriations at the be ginning of the next iiscal The public building committee are mak ln clVurtnto secure another special order to rescue tlie batch Of bills hung up j ITALY AND THK VATICAN THE INDIAN RUPEE TAKING A CLIMB tho the News Was Received in of Silver Con 11 ticafc of the Con grcgffiouul Proffvanwie lw Lhc AVcck LAKH TftirurNK BuriEAtr 517 SI runt WASHINGTON fx Juno Interest in silvor duosMon boon ujinsfuiwcl u tho This crjiially um of Mic TuriiT and of the Terri torial bills Tho Upper now thrown upon It tlio of shap ing tho most loKlrfliiMuii of the wSKloii How will it opportunity This iHllio diiury which Is apluUiiK tho politicians in Washington no than tho plainer poop I o country Tho improsslon prevails lho Sunsuo ready to correct tho mistake of the Tlouso It IK taking Jts time to consider lugisla tion arid innturo needed amendments It has no gag law In Itn and the party lush cracks much IPMH loudly than in tho House Contrary to thu Of tbo tendency of tlio Suimtc tho pnsscnc body to ho nearer in touch with tho popular fooling upon the tariff and silver questions thi n thu House There Will bo radical changes maclo in tho McfOnloy hill most of thorn In tho lino of tariff reduction can as safely bo stated that tho Silver bill will be amoidod so as to prevent tlio dpmmiHlwitlim of the white mot I Predictions are always rlnky and tlio prophet should bo sure of his calling be fore acting as an oracle Tho friends of silver can await I bellove with eoiifldenee tho action of the Senate upon tho Silver us Ifccamo from the Mouse Is tonight among tho Senators a disposition to tho UOUMO wiUi the one vital niOuWoablon a oharige In the bullion redemption clause Mils stricken out and a clause added making the bullion certifi cates rodocmablo in lawful money of tho United States many Western Henatorrf feel that Congress will have done its duty and Imvu passed a bill which will surely ro 8ii U in froo coinage and secure the 1rosl dentlal approval Whatever is donewill bo done quickly It is the Intention of Lite Senate to dispose of tho silver question at onoe and before tak ing up bo tar Ml A number of Senators feel Unit tho most expeditious manner will In the substitution and amendment of the House bill for tho Senate and its speedy return to tho House It is then believed that the amendments of the Senate will be concurred In without a conference This is the hope and this the plan of silver men Ucpresontativo Garter of Montana who voted against the feels contldent of tho outcome So do many other silver men as pronounced as he Is in their advocacy of free coinage but willing to accept a fair measure which does not assail tho value of silver as a money metal Meantime tho action of tho House inade quate It K has materially advanced tho value of tho rupee in London A todays cablegram Konewe interest in the speculation in rupee paper wan caused this iU by special cables from America to the tlrm K L Oppenlieim were printed In thy Times to tho cf that the had taken up tho amended caucus bill and would press It to a vote Today tlio exoitement was In creased by tlio publication In the Tinica this morning of the full text of tlio bill and rupoo paper WHS nxioted today at per cent the price in many years Sil ver Is vising rapidly and the present quota tion Is potioo The Indian Council has granted remittances wince April for over lalos of rupees has realized over as compared with the corre sponding last year Tho loading bankers In London who have been dis posed to cast doubts upon tho pas sago of any silver bill at Wash ington this session are now taking an active Interest in tho matter and are purchasing the rupee paper sold by thorn at considerable lower piloos With sliver at 47 ponce a rupee is worth about one shilling and six pence and the par value of per tent rupee paper is 75 per cent in gold If silver should rise 3n America Ui to 1 the value In London would bo about pence per ounce the value oC the rupw about 1 shilling and pence and tho par of rupee paper would be about Of in gold so that there is a prospect of further considerable rise slum id tho present bill or a similar nicusuro become a law The New York Trflmws cablegram says The caucus on the silver bill is here vo jcurded as a triumph for the silver party not a complete triumph Tho Times thinks however that the silver men will not luivo to watt long before they gain all they wish Under Mild bill silver notes will go largely Into circulation because there is a void for them to fill and even after it is tilled lie debtors will still prefer to pay ia cheap money The demand for those notes will continue and silver therefore will TOO MANY WILSONS June Associated There are four Wilsons in the House and once in a while tho presence of so many per sons with common family name occasions slight mistakes in the record of tho proceed Ins An Instance of this kind occurred yesterday In tho vote on the silver bill Wibon of Missouri was recorded as voting in favor of the passage of the bill he voted against Its passage while Wilson of Washington wasputdown among those opposed to tho bill although ho voted in favor of it The error was caused by tho clerk reading the mime Wll nor of Washington before that of Wilson of Missouri changing tho order thatthoy voted on the roll JOU THK WEEK Disousslou of tho silver question will jiosumed in the Senate tomorrow the bill itbat was passed by tlio House J substituted for tbo pending measure on the Senate Tins will facilitate dispositionof the matter is bellovod that a vote 911 the bill reached before ithb end of tlie week It is also believed the billas it shall pass the Somite will fov the purchase of ounces the certificates issued to tender for all debts redeernublo in lawful ftionoy Tho Legislation appropriation bill will be Juno fTiUHUNK San JhrftniKli The TaliM of tills city In Its record of tlie tiimof Ulshop Urondel of Helena who Is now visiting this city says that when the bishop referred to the sympathy of the iiojnari Catholics for the Vatican during the troubled times which it is unbcrgoing the Jopo replied Tlio persecution of the mother church In Italy Is increasing For twolvu years now I liave fon fined withinthese walls but It is only within tlio lasi few years that the ollc rises against nie liavo become intensi fied While i livo I must protect against and expose the blasphemous way in which Italy is treating the Holy He expressed his determination to remain at tho Vatican to defend the rights of papacy Tho Iopo proposes to reduce the Vatican guards from the present total of J55 soldiers to thirty and fifty Swiss guards with a view to economizing the ex penses of his household CfiKAKINGHOUSlS EXCHANGES Salt JLnlco Iiooms Jp in tho Two Million Class IIOHTOX Juno Special to The following table complied from dis patches from tho clearing houses of the cities named shows the gross exchanges for tlio last week with of oor cent of in crease or decrease as against similar amounts for tho conospondlng week In 1380 ClTlKrf Xw Sun KHIISJIS Oily New Orliiuis IjOllisvllll tu DdlTdil IrovldiHioo SI Iuiil Columbus Hurt ilnliluN I New Iurtliuil Sioux New Lincoln Clennuiefis 1 1 1 W iir as 7 M 4 10 20 J t 7 I Uecrso OnUiihi iVew Yurie iiuMtmso inwhuUtl in totuls no ut titiio iust your DIED ON THE TRAIN A llio Grujido Wostom Passengror at Prove Fuovo Inno to Mrs Nr A Vedclor Ifiiitshofn a passongor on board tho oastbound Klo Giwulo West ern train that loft Salt Lake this morning snddonly In the sleeping earns tho wain camo into tlio Prove depot at p in Tlio deceased Indy oame from Sm Fran olsLo and to Troy N whoro hor inothoidied lust wook Sho was jiccom panlod by hov daughter Ida Voclder who Is prostrated by tlio sad occurrence Mrs Hartshorn had not been fooling wpll for jiuvoral days and Dr TMko gavo the cause of death us valvular disease of tlie heart Soxtou Taylor of Salt Lake will coino down to embalm tho body and it will bo taken East for burial RESULT OF SUNDAY FISHING Seven Men Drowned uncl the Other Saved bjr u Miracle UosTOJf Juno morning eight young men started for a fishing excursion in a sailboat When about a milofroni liamp sons Island In Dorchester Bay tlie boat was struck by a squall and capsixed All but one wore swimmers tout Instead of try lug to swim ashore they tried to clirab on the boat which was so heavily ballasted that their weight would force her be neath the surface struggling in the water In this manner the strength of thy men was exhausted and they sank one by one until iui one was The survivor Walter Quinlan had sunk for the last time when tho boat Iu rising came up under him lifting him above the Ho Heated iu an unconscious condition for somo time when the boat was seen from the shore by tho employees of the gas works at Cow Pasture Point who went out brought him to the shore and resuscitated him Pearsa Reaction LONDON June Standard says that while England ut present has no need to grumble about the passage of the American Silver bill it fears us tho present American policy cannot be pormouaut a reaction is likely to ensue which may largely aggra vuto tho misoUlof caused by cheap silver A Sac and Fox Treaty GTJTITIUK I Juno by uourler is to tho effect that the Indian Com1 mlsftionors hayo about negotia tions with tho Sac und Fox Indian tribes by their agreeing to accept 100 acres per capita and per acre for tho surplus A Giit for the Cardinal LONDON June Kipon today pre sented Cardinal on behalf congi egation ith 1 check for and in ill an Inatcd bible on tho oucasioa of his A Treaty of Peace TORONTO laboieisfetiike is over for ilvo ycab an coveiing that fceiiod having been reached Rrnnr TfiPV trfut lUnl Qoschen and Balfour Fighting Their Pet Measures ALiSSURYS TRiBULATIGNS INCREASE The Giaclfitonians Stand Off and llejoicb Over the Misfortunes oi Their Duke of Fife Oilers iiu Alricjiu Pro LONDON Francisco Chronicle to Mail and discussion in the BritisJi Cabinet is becoming Very ikrco on sovwral points and it docs scorn possible that the initsurcderstanding cau blow over with out some notable result Balfour still in sists upon Licensing bill being entirely dropped and tho and Land bills being rushed through together Part of tills scheme would be to prolong Parliament until September to moot them and carry on thu battle 3Mr Gosohen on his part per sists in tlio demand that the Licensing bill bo given the proferoucu Gosohen will pre side over tho commission on the distribu tion oC taxation among the Kingdoms This commission and its labors will last two years and during that time its labors will covur an immense inquiry into values ol land and every kind ol1 property This is tho iirst time that anything of such a wide scope as this lias been essayed and tlio re sults of tho work ol tho Commission will bo farroach ing and permanent as tlio figures produced will servo as a basis of all future taxation in England Scotland and Ireland TORY TKIinJIjATlONS The difilculties of the Government In Par liament reach the unexampled pass that they are now obliged to introduce further changes in the procedure to get their bills through tills session Salisbury has sxim moned his party to another private meeting at the Carluui Club Tuesday to obtain their assent beforehand to his new proposals which it is thought will entail either an autumn session or i revolution in the methods of passing bills The Liberals are not at all sorry that tlie Tories are resort ing to exceptional methods They will bo valuable prworlonts for tho next Govern ment in forcing tho1Ioioo Hule bill The home rulers ave very jubilant over the misfortunes of the Government whose bill to compensate the publicans has done them vital injury in tho country SAMS1SUUY AND OlllUUN Lord Salisburys wedding present to Will iam OBruMi is a demand for thooostsgiven against OlUiun in his libel action against Salisbury or a throat of bankruptcy pro ceedings for their recovery OBiion hav ing an appeal pending on the result of which tlio whole costs of the suit depends refuses to pay and dares him to do his worst Salisbury thinks between the success of OBriens novel and the for tune of ills future wife this is a good mo ment to strike in with his claim If OBrien is made a bankrupt be disqualified from speaking and voting in Parliament and cannot bo reolcotect so far from intimidating OBrien has delighted him Parliament and if ex eluded will have moretime to make it hot for Balfour in Ireland Salisbury is on a filse scent OBriens wifes fortune is settled on herself OBrien will argue his own case in the House of Lords AN AFIUCAN PROGRAM JUS The Duke of Fife hadan interview with Lord Salisbury in which hdaskod tliab the Government shall give its support to a gi gantic new expedition under Stanley which shall operate both on the Congo and iu East Africa virtually uniting tho Congo Free State and the the equatorial provinces U11 hikes In a tremendous and homogenous scheme The Congo expedition would boor by Stanley under the assent and with tlie assistance of the King of tho Bel gians and would establish trading posts from Congo river to tho great lakes The East African expedition would bo headed personally by Stanley and would start from Mombassa aiid penetrate as as Nyanda This would hero link itself with tlie Corigo expedition and the two thus becoming one would torm an immensezone of civilization having communication with Luke Nyassa and the South African trading stations Thus all tho interior of Africa would be hold by England and she would recover all that she has apparently lost by her hesitat ing policy and thegreater energy arid enter prise of tho Germans A PAHMAMENTAttY GAO RIOTl LONDON Juno Tlie Daily IVcmshcars that tho Cabinet has decided to pass tho land purchase tithes and licensing bills by the expedient of fixing tho dates on which all remaining amendments will be forced through the ooianuttee without discussion A NARROW ESCAPE Tho City of Rome Strikes a Rock in a Dense Fog LONDON Juno S Tho Anchor Line steamer City of Eomo arrived at Queens town this morning The vessel had a mil row escape from destruction at Fastnot She made land in a dense fog at J oclock tins morning She was going slowly and took soundings when notwithstanding the care exorcised she struck Fastnet rock about three miles to seaward off Crook Haven Her bow got on the rock and but for the prompt reversing of the engines a great fatality would have bcciv recorded The passengers saythe steamer trembled all over when she struck the rock For a time there was intense alarm on board tho density of the fog adding to tho ominous character of passengers were finally quieted by the repeated as surances of the commander and other of ficers Tlie full extent of the damage will not bo ascertained until the vessel is docked Her stern is broken at the peak shipped a largo volume forward steanior started for Liverpool at 11 oclock at half speed The Real Animus of tlie Recent Spitpf til Attacks NEW YOHK San Francisco Chronicle of newspapers throughout the lished last week V syndicate contained statements Icon corning Mrs John AV friends of iuthis olty tlio publication question and predict to bring those VespohsibieJoritspublication to Mackay has for some time past been edly subjected to annoying publications of this character Wo know well who aie the instigator of these billy yot cowardly libels Tho mstigatois aio the family of a soi client Ainoi leans m London who disap pointed in thoii social aspirations enter grievance against Mis MaCKay because she would notiend assistance1 to social preten sions wlach it was impossible foi her to 1 i countenance Mrs Mackay has upon innu merable occasions shown herself most obliging in assisting American visitors to taste the delights of a London season and her complaisance on this score hts even at times been subjected to criticism She been accused of beingaltogether too demo cratic but she bad todraw theline some where The people in question who enter tain such spiteful malice against her were absolutely people she could not countenance The head of the family is not an American at ail but an Englishman birth who began life as the groorn of an English army officer iu tho Crimean war lie subsequently went out to California where he made money by lucky speculations in mining stocks His wife is a Missouri woman whom up in California she being at tho timu the divorced wife of a convict suicide s Such are the people who their vicious rage are hiring writers to attack Airs Mackay tlie cleverest and bostheartcrl woman that over upheld tho reputation of tlio American woman of society abroad Killed For His Foolishness CiNiiiNNATr ex perienced afternoon jumped from the Newport and Cincinnati bridge ninety feet into the Qhlo river and received fatal injuries A fivedollar wager was the cause of the jump A College President Deisd LOUISVILLE Juno Rust president of tlio Bethel Female College at Hopkinsville died today THE WOMANLY BOXING TO BE irfCIiWDKD IN THE Royalty bumped Prince of Wulos Hud His Son Heavy Itace NEW Yoriiv Juno Dispatch Francisco Chronicle Edwards the expiixefiglitor in a special article in the World over his own signature says Do women box Well T should say they do I saw a case the other day on the east side of Fifth avenue just above the Cathe dral A tall finelooking girl as straight as ash and as supple as a willow was walking there alone A chap who had been follow ing and had passed and had fallen back reached her side for a third or fourth time took off his hat and spoke to her She knocked that out of his hanris while her right shot him between the eyes like a flash of lightning Her left sent him sprawling on the walk and she passed on without even deigning to glance at him Ifc was line I shouted for I could not help it and I suppose half a dozen other people couldnt help it either for they laughed You should have seen that felloAv get up and crawl It was a sight I thought to myself that if every woman in this city knew how to use her hat one does men like that one would think twice before accosting strangers I think It will not be before a knowledge of boxing will bo general J have a numberof women among mypupils and I find that other teachersof boxing are in structing their homes 1 U0 longer the art of selfdefense ib is rapidlybecoming the womanly art of keep your It jsthe byand by no womans training will con sidered complete without KOVALTY DUJllJSi AT 131SOM LONDON June Prince of Wales and his eldest son Prince Albert Victor have buen heavy losers Derby fulihei1 and son backeel and of course both were The Uuke of Portland nofctlie DukeOf Fife should been tho 1riiice of Waless is so lucky He has won two Derbys in succes sion and every cards this year up to date regular three yearsamounls to and the amounts won by backing his own starter will double this amount Plunger Benson was present at the Derby and was again unlucky dc backed the favorite on borrowed money One million pounds sterling about repre sents the amount of money which has changed hands at tho races during the week THEPAKIS PATHS June the the grand stoeplcchasobfParis worth nearly distance about four miles and one furlong was won by Dalys sixyearold Eoyal Meath BMSMALE PLAYERS AURESTJ5D June baseball clubs composed of women played hero today people This even ing States Attorney Blackburn s Wore out warrants for their arrest for dis turbing the peace Ottloer Patterson ar rested them as were leaving town in carriages tor Coyingtoii Ind The American Association Brooklyn St Louis 13HOOTCLYN LOU18VILL15 5 jColumbiis 3 TORRES The Mexican Government i The Filibtisterers Handed Over June A special Chronicle from Bnsenada LoMer Califorftia gives an interview with Governor Torros Governor of the Governor Torres says has been in cypher corrcspoudenco with tlie Mexican Govermuent since disclosures madeand has bent a full siting all that lias says the Mexican Government has decided mand that the United States punish Walter Smith Augustus Merrill Edward ilill Frederick Hall an clothers for their the Torres will soon senclVtci his Govern merit English cor poration was undoubtedly guilty ofrcbm Cbicagp Stocky ari syndicate rii ruors in stockyards district lie very numerous ber ofsmall make a legal Qgiit againsttho proposed sale rumor that th e purcuasers of the Stickney tract pfHantl ariailonglieiidecl foresee the f u rther f rbra tliblh eart of the city and predicted th at of the heavy stockyard holdersTto capital but the fronticrf ap ital near Monteioy Creditors Settled PnOVTDENCE B i Juno 8 A fall the pioperty oftheilliverslJe go Mills Opmpony in tilj his made by the trustees wh6 1 were selected tlie ci editors meetirtg The cieciitois3 been and beeu organized 1 T n V 1 I f I 1 EA TWYOMIH6TEI ftCulminates in Assassination With Prospects for a Lynching SE30EL TO THE GOWLES ABBUGTiON The Father Is ShoC in an Attempt to Rescue tlie York SmugglersA Scandalized Coni nnwity Uses Tar and Feathers CHEYENNE Tune to A bitter neighborhood fight which has been raging southern Uintah county since last fail calumiuated in the assassination oi1 one of the warring clans It lias been ranchmen against thieves and duspcrato figlits have been frequent but this is first fatal James Barton and William Johnson cattlemen who have been active in the cam paign against the freebooters were ambushed by George McDonald alias Black and and Linscum the forc rnosb members of the lawless gang Black and Tan killed Barton at tho first five Johnson escaped by the superiority of bis mount The murderer and his companion nro being pursued by a posse which will not hesitate to string them up A campaign to a finish will now bo cou a noted against Black and Tan and his followers They have persistently raided on the settlers and have an almost inacces sible rendezvous at i point which enables them to ride from Wyoming into Gobiado or Utah hi half an hour A COAT Ol1 lAR AND 1 BAT HERS WOOSTHR Ohio Time TRIBUNE San Franoiseo Chronicle Series Two weeks ago Mrs John Siglcr and George Grragior left hero going to the home of IJiohard Austin a brotherinlaw residing near Blackleyville Austin who 3s a weak sickly man objected to their presence but threatened to kill him iJC he did not keep his mouth shut Grazier finally under took to run things about the place and began to abuse Austin who complained to bis neighbors Grazier when to leave Austins house and the community refused to do so At midnight a party of about fifty went to the house and took Grazier from tho side of Mrs Sigler and administered a heavy coat of tar and feathers begged and cried for mercy getting down on his knees and for his life On threats of he ordered to leave the country which he promised to do Grazier made all sorts of threats before leaving It is feared that blood will be spilt as a result ol the affair AN EXPRESS TJ1AIN ROBBED ST PAUL Juno Associated The Northern Pacific eastbonnd passenger train which arrived here tonight was robbed by masked men near New Salem North Dakota last night Tho engineer and I reman were surprised by two masked men climbing over the tender and ordering the train stopped at the point of a revolver Ex press messenger Angevitie hearing siiots iired forward and suspecting something hid S500 in money from the safe put oat the lights and ran back two miles to New Salem The mail car was the first tackled the robbers A number of registered letters were rilled an3 then two of the rob bers turned their attention to the express car Tills they found deserted much to their chagrin The passengers were not touched One put his head out of tho win dow during the delay but was was told to oeHiis head back and a bullet whizzed past him as a reminder that orders had better be obeyed A posse bl men with the sheriff left Mandan this morning for the scone of the robbery The robbers compelled the engineer to break in the door of tho postal car Only four masked men were seen at any one time Tho district around Now Salem is peopled by quiet lawabiding settlers The robbery is presumed to work of peo ple unknown in that part of the country MADE tfOimTNKS BY SMUGGLING Nicw Five men are now in Ludlow Street Jail and two more men are but on bail on a charge of smuggling Those in jail are John Hart John Hughes TohnBaker petty officers on the steamer Oityof New andJohnLathin head barkeeper and John Msrdock the ship storekeeper of the City of Those out on bail arc Edward Baxter doiik clerk and John cooper both employed by the Inmau line at Jersey City The specific charge against Lath in and Mcrdock is that on the fourteenth of last month they brought into Jersey City a lot of readymade clothing on whichthey evaded duty Arrest would have been made theft but the vessel sailed beforcthe matter could be brought home to the pair Kart Hughes and Baker are said to be wealthy Liverpool citizens who have made comfort able fortunes by just such practices as that for which they are now under arrest The men who did the smuggling were said Inspector Briton today but the receivers are we are after and the public will be greatly surprised when they learn who and how many are concerned in the v Four of the In man steamers are now in trouble in connection with smuggling They are the City of City of New City of Berlin and of Chi v THERUIN WROUGHT Bl BLOOirrNGTON June Burglars blew open the safe in Browns Bank at early this morning ings caught build comprising the whole block Avere burned A fireman was badly burned Loss ThCibank vaults contained arid it is not yet ascertained whether this is THE KANSAS OITY uegro thieves corralled by a posse madetheir escape v Vy e A serisational Ving affair occurred at 4 pclQck jif ter vhooii Catherines street as a result of i which Eugene the late Ohio wound his death together1 for some been fn busin ess mLockpor Y and his health ailing v He inade see hi s mother a nfl f r fen l eavi dab ghter Flbrenieytuulaiownr to th lier possession of the child pending avhear 3ng otfihe case Cowlps had goue to and thither went brother ister and an attorney Trigersoll of Cievelund When tliey reached that Cowles fto Montreal child Vithjbim He previously said to wife but would ivith no one else It 1 alleged his object was to obtain an additional allowance Four months on the of liis father he was cutoff with un allowaiue of2oliO Previous to this it is ho had been living at a rapid nit in oompany with a woman ot questionable oiuiractcr named Clara Slie is at St Cavheriius having followed Cowlos there from Buffalo Cowles lias been twice to Europe with this woman and on one occasion had to cable to liis wife t4couie to his aid Slio did not but when he re covered from his illness he left her amUe uuned another to America On another occasion ho lived with hor in San Fraiicisco occupying adjoining rooms and lie alleging that she was his widowed sister The pursuing party Montreal this morning and an interview was av ranged Cowles in the morning took the child to a convent and instructed tho mother superior not to give her up without a written order from him lie then returned to the hotel ready for the inter view which lie wished to be private with his wife Her brother would not consent to this and accompanied them in the cab for a drive The interview was in progress when Cowles It is said suddenly made a move ment to draw a revolver Hale instantly clreAV his and shot him with tho result as above The doctors tonight think that Cowlos is not in dunurrtr Sympathy here is all with Halo and Mrs Cowles and it is be lieved that Cowles intended to kill her Hale is in prison Judge Dagan will isno a madamus tomorrow to got the child from the convent when a guardian will bo ap PRINCETOSS ENGUKDS FUTUREKIK6 DK ON TUG TSN DJEXCY Ot1 TUE TIMKS Ministers LoseSiffht of tho Central Fucfc of Should Hold or tlio Biff N N June exercises of the MM annual commencement of Princeton college began this morning with a baccalaureate sermon by Speaking of the study of the Bible and methods of its interpretation Dr Patton said in part There are men who staud in our pulpits and preach on tho patience of Job and the moral cour age of Daniel who find material for senti mental sermons in season and entertaining sermons on the social follies ot the day and practical sermons on tlie importance sleep or the need of restraining the imagin ation but who are silent respecting the tre mendous fact of sin and1 the dogmatic sig nificance of the atoning blood 1 do not say such men are handling the word of God de ceitfully for I am willing to have them plead guilty If they prefer of literary in capacity and unsoholastie stupiditythat prevents them from seeing that the blood of Christ is the central fact of scripture Cultivate discrimination upon master thoughts get bold of the big end of all questions rest your opinions in broad deep rational foundations follow the groat trend of evidence and do not halt for minor dillieulties and do not lot trilles feed doubt Weformulate our faith in eroed statements and after a century or two find that church and creed are not m exact accord There is nothing to wonder at It is the same old question of the letter and the spirit The science of ethics is becom ing the science of what is rather than what ought to be and if tlie doctrine of right succeeds at all it is the determination that whatever is is right In the name of reason I protest against this tendency in thought I refuse to abdi cate under tho terrorism of popular senti ment Die history of the world as well as the actions of individuals must be judged by lixed principles We cannot eliminate doctrines because we do not like them nor can insert new ones ourselves because popularclamor calls for them What is written is written but it will be read with different emphasis in different periods will be interpreted in the light of the t urn ing questions of these periods and will bo brought into relations with science and Do not hastily assume that every great movement is an inspired movement I have no faith in tlie inspiration of large masses of AN ABSURD STATEMENT Russell YoungRefutes a Liibelous Story Concerning Grant Nnw YORK June TJUBUNK San Francisco Chronicle Series W Smiley London correspondent of the Trih une says Referring to Ilurlburts in credible statement recently printed that General Grant had said to Sir Theodore Martin that Englishmen live under institu tions which Americans would give their ears to possess Russel Young writes me I have not seen Hnlburts book and per haps never shall but the statemenl about Grant was absurd He might as well have said that Grant was sorry the Southern Confederacy had not succeeded General Grant liked England partly because there was much iu the sincerity of English char acter which pleased him and partly because it is a Protestant country circumstances which had more weight with him than he ever could publicly avow But the royal aristocratic church elements as he time andagain said mere elements of weakness I remember his saying that when royal persons came to America they should bo received according to their or military rank andnoh sis princes that the Prince of Wales should have been re ceived as afield marshal his royal appur ternances being a domestic Kussell Young knew General Grant as in timately as anybody knew and ktsew what he thought on most subjects He ad mitted that he was of Americans and that he never heard him say a word that gives the least eokir to Hurlburts Billy Rice and His TKIRUXI San Francisco Chronicle Series Billy Rice the1 minstrel whose real is H Pearl has been defeated in his attempt to secure a divorce froiv his wife Ella Blanche Pearl whom he carried in Chicago in Rice been endeavoring to secure this divorce began his suit in 1S77 charging his wife with in an answer deny ing She maae counter charges acainsthinr asserting that he was under thecontrol of MaggJer Emerson the of BillyiKnicrson andthat cpiispiracytor the pur pose of procurnig a divorced of proposed boing discussed here erection7 ofamonument tihe civil Grant the originality ihe the veferans made AS yet there Is a strong growing sentupelit among thorn to take it KiJlecl His a yeat ago BudA EHFc a snegrp kjljsd Aloazo Brown m alight Edffetwas tried six months thejury During trial Lawience Brown brother ol tbe Be Has Sot Outgrown His fondness fcr Fair Women BARON HIRSCHS CROOKED RAILROAD How He Victimized the Poor Saltati Not Angry With the Infant Kings Birth Greek Executioner LONDON Juno TiuncxK San Francisco Chronicle Tho Prince of Wnles usually some American woman during the season to whom he pays jiLtenlion so marked that social swells not help noticing it and talking it This week the Prince his Mrs Bloodgooil of New York tho woman most envUni by American visitors to London He saw her at tho opera in Lady de Greys box nid re quested the pleasure of an introduction Tho Prince told Mrs mood good Oiat ho counted many fair American women among his strongest friends Mary Andersonwas in an adjoining box at tho sameopera but the Irime in making his Ubual round not go near her Miss Anderson has not been saei nvich in London society this season She refuses to talk oven to intimate friends about tho for her wedding Her gowns are being made in Paris Tho ceremony which will probably be in Rcomplon Oratory will be arranged as i grand ritualistic display Colonel North was in wonderful luck this week at Epsom his winnings being estimated half a million dollars The defeat of Surofout paralysed betting for the future binraces except the Royal Hunt cup For Colonel Norths Royal Star is favorite 1 Since his victory over Saunders Petti tt has been made hero of the English tennis clubs Tliero is much interest in his live matches against George Ken of Dublin next week Tho QShea divorce suit has gone over until autumn CVShoa still declares his in tention to go on but says he is in no hurry Mrs OShea filed hd1 answer in the cus tomary form denying adultery and alleging that if there was adultery it was condoned Tins is tho illogical form of the usual plea in such cases bin it is a mere formality OHHIBNS AVMDDJNO OBrien will be married on Wednesday Cardinal Manning today administered tho sacrament of confirmation to Sophie Kavoio viteii The Cardinal also presented tothem an oil painting Tlie guests at the ceremony will ineludo twentylive members of tho Irish including Parnell particular English friends of OBrien Till BREACH OK 1ROMlSK The utter collapse of tlie Wlldmann case against Robert Horace Wai for breach of promise creates vnueh surprise Without a word of warning Wildmanns lawyers withdrew from the case and al lowed her to go to court alone She asked a further delay ol a fortnight so as Lo engage other lawyersTher court said she had ready been treated leniently in the matter of delay and a week hence positively must be ready to go to trial The lawyeis de clined to give a reason for withdrawing but is generally understood that they were convinced that Wildmanns case Itst on a solid foundation She is mainly anxious to persecute and his Amer ican wife who was Miss Cobyu of New York A WOMAN IN EStlNS CASE At a dinner given him by tho Savage Club tonight attended by nearly four hundred picked professional men of Lon don Stanley for the first time approached frankness in describing his relations with Emin His speech resolved itself into a sustainedattack upon the character and morals of the German scientist and he told a n umber at stories tinowing a most odious light upon Emms disinclination the equatorial province In his story was of au Egyptian whose wife Emin had taken away The oflicet wanted to kill Emin and his recreant wife but was prevented by Stanley The Savage Club is by no means ish body but its impression was distinctly that Stanley should have kept that phase of his intercourse with Emin to himself MRS LACKEYS and shot feieiis Insanity was arrested The contingent of fashion have been very gay this week On Monday night Mrs Mackey gave a dinner dance in honor of Couut Formclly Italian Ambassador at her house in Buckingham Gate Mrs Ron alds Sir Arthur Sullivan and Allan Arthur were present at the dinner and tbo Ameri can Colony was well represented at the dance that followed STANtEY ANT nOUOTHV Henry M Stanley and Miss Dorothy Ten nant this morning surprised the Arch Wshop of Canterburys Register and VjoittGeneral at Lamboth Palace by personally appearing at the ancient building to secure u special license to marry on July 12th A smart coachman caught on at once behaving recognized the pair and hft sijread the news in tlie neighborhood about as rapidly as though every house was ut the eud of a tel ophoiic Consequently when the lovers came out of the registry was big crowd awaiting which gave them an ova MiVs Ten nan fc blushed deeply as cbrnpli menus touching Stunley and her own f ainily readied her ears but maintained a perfect repose of manner She was elegantlyattired in a costume of mauKseliue dress with a Neapolitaiue little girl forward and presented her with a small courtesicd and retired Prince Bismarck is visit V i J England to reside in Lon don He desiresto hea r the J Parliament and to see alithe sights town He declines absolutely to receive anyo one during his short visit any one except the the Devonshire is KOT BEnniN June ol yesterday published what says authentic utterance bf veteran diplomat is reportearW am position like father treatedby 11 will say I wus yoiipgCi I rsign the so far aud so   

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