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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - June 16, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                CIRCULATION EXCEEDING THAT or DAILIES In the City THE MOST EXTENSIVE In the Mountain 220 MAGNIFICENTLY SGOOi The Tribune Steals a March on the Tress of the Country THE REED COMPROMISE ACCEPTED The Administrations Silver Measure May Become a Within the JOUCH Stewart and TellerWork Before LAKR TruutwK BUHEAU 517 Fourteenth Street 1NOTON I Juno 15 1800 Newspaper havo been around in a fovor hoar to fiociiro full information of the JmjondlnK silver tolcgniphcd last night exclusively Ui TIIK TKIUUNK Tho only oMior paimr that a hint of nows was the New York It wns nearly rnidriishihfjforftariy mcinborsof Iho National tho Infonaatiou sotaivfully Inid tlio sucrot kept To Prusw Assocliitiou will doubtless practically M already wlnif twoutyfiur hours by your cor Inst HH Tarn Infoimod Pres ident sinfc for ScMiators Jones Jald Mo proposed before llifcrn Jintl nrpd Umir aflhoronco supiMirt He argiiod the frlondsof silver ought lo I if wllh a niousuro which uMllxcd for thtt onMro pro duct of iio Atnurlcun nllvcr inlnCH and which eliminated the bullion rocleomablo In bullion Ho pIoMilcrl with diem not to nwo silver logis Jjitlon Impossible and assht In passing a Kopubllcun silver bill Ho concluded by If the llopubllcan Senators would tinllo than tho bill would bo a law by the mid of wook H Is that today Senator Tel ler Info rued tho that Jio would prefer a monthly purchase of JncOH Instead of worth of silver air IB full of soniloorroboraMon and as denials toiilglit I am infoniiocl however on tho best of authority that onouRh RopubHoan Senators havo boon so ourod to assure tho of tho proposed prooisoiy stated In my last dispatch A number of Western Representa tives interviewed by mo agree that tho bill if it comes over to the House will probably secure a quick passage While tho friends of silver do not protend to bo entirely satisfied with tho oompiomlso all ugroo thatIt will bo eminently hotter than Tho House bill or tho amendments atr taohed to tho IIouso bill by tlio Senate Flnuneo Conimlttoo WOriK CONOHK3S WASIIINOTON Tune Associated dobato on tho silver ques tion Is to close by tho prosont order of the Senate it oclock Monday afternoon Whon this matter Is out of tho way a strug gle for precedence is probable and Senator Allison ho will ask to havo tho legisla tive executive and Judicial appropriations bill considered Senator IMatt wants tlio bill to admit Wyoming taken up and Sena tor Fryo will press his bills Tf Mio Wyoming bill Is taken up it is under stood tho Democrats will olVor a substitute to admit Wyoming Idaho Now Mexico and Idaho In a body By tho middle of tho week tho Republican members of tho Finance Committee oxpoct to have tho Tariff bill ready A fooling pro vails that debate on that monsuro will not bogln until somo of tho measures above mentioned aro disposed oC Tho remaining appropriation bills aro to lo vigorously pushed In oho House this Ktock Tha Sundry Civil Appropriation bill Jirill bo followed by tho Indian Appropr a tlon bill and tho National Bankruptcy hill Tho Election Committoo wish to call up 1ho Mississippi case of Chalmers vs Morgan und as tho oommittoo ruports In favor of the Democratic mom her it may act as a soft uroludo to angry dobato on tho Election Dill which Is expected tojollow KVJSNTS IN ability arid in a boolc just published he gives the results of 1WO operations in rhin onlasty wliicli ho successfully per formed Dr stated In that district of Ul the organs of the body the nose Is tho organ of respect and reputation Jl Is i usual saying that a per son has no nose which means that he has forfeited the ddicule feelings of honor A oorson deprived of his nose is spoken of as a shameless fellow and is ufion by society it is considered an unlucky thing to meet him on first rising In the morning or to be con front ifl with him when performing rites Jr cutting oil tho nose a razor a knife a sickle or a sword aro used and according to the sharpness of the instrument the cut Is a clean or a riigued one Occasionally the nose is LItten oil Thus according to clr fiinistiujccs unit llatlon varies from a mere cletaciniiont of the tip of the nose to a most thorough removal of the whole of Us soft Trlbhnw iindas performs his operations by removing a flap of Klein from tho forehead or cheek of the patient and uniting tins to the remaining portion of the mutilated nnsfi until the junction Is complete luc paLIenls aro put under treatment from one to three weeks and In most instances all of dlsllguiwnont appear to have been removed BAIT LAKE CITY UTAH MOHDAT HOKBTQSTG 16 1890 Mill ill TOP rsanmTT 300 Welsh Presbyterians wno lireuumuiij i JTJJLI SmASH N THE mention here have decided M U 5 MR IfUll I liUIll UIIIMUIIi The Existence of Salisburys Minis try Hangs By a Thread MATTHEWS REGARDED AS A JONAH He Is Responsible For the Police Metropolitan Force Will Strike on Aus trian War Minister Creates a Scare A Dose ol PARIS June A meeting hold hero yesterday to express sympathy with tho urrctud Nihilists was disturbed by the Anarchists Tho UijoliU commented severe y upon tlio of and in thirty of them made an attack upon tsin ollico of newspaper toduy aua demulished everything insight A ROMANTIC TALE Students JnHolout to The Trouble in Coron SAN FRANCISCO Juno Advices to the Associated Press by steamship Oceanic from Japan state that tho excitement fol lowing the recent depredations of students In Tokio has subsided somewhat apologized to Rov Mr Imbroy tho Now Jersey missionary who roughly handled by them Foreigners however fcol out that the culprits were not severely muilslicd and us a result of tnolr esoape from the rofracy students tuo becoming more audaolous The distress among the thousands o starving people of Toklo utul other cities Is being HuielloraUHt to a groat tiMit by foreigners and Japanese noblemen Tho iriee of rice Is higher than bofon In Japan nnd Corou aiul this Is prob ably only a fortnust of the sulVering as tho outlook for tho growing crop Is poor There are many vuguo rumors joucornlnR tho reported taking of Ooroa by the Rus There Is somo trouble In Coren but the Japanese officials know nothing definite All that Is known Is that all British nHMofwar In Toklo have stoarn up and aro dkvwlor ordors to sail at a moments notice TW American naval force is also expecting Dispatohos from Coroa say tho now United States Minister HoircU has arrived aud the rctlrlii Minister Donsmoro is about to do ivvrt after rocoiviug a testimonial of ostoom All tho foreigners in Coroa Numa Shulohi editor of tho Malnlobi Svtmbiim and for tho past ton you a a prominent figure In Japanese politics is HEI51 TO AN MAKES A KICCOKD liH ArlHtoomtlo Wife Discovers Thufc Dusky UcUigUtor of tho ilulns HftB ILter and Divorce no reorganisation of the Japanaw cabinet nxsontly Mutsumunomltsu lato Japlulosc Minister to the United States so cured only one of tho positions A RHINO PLASTIC EXPERT A Hindoo Doctor Rehabilitates Over a HiniuroA Noses LONDON Juno TIUBTTNIB Dispatohr San Francisco Chronicle Series In an out ofthoway corner of India In Kattywar a Hlndo doctor Trlbhowundas has during tho last six years been carrving on a suc cession of operations In rhinoplnsty or tho renewing of noses such as probably no other niodlciil practitioner In tho world has over had tho opportunity of uttompting Tho vStato of Ejuiiagadh where these tlons have been performed Is notorious for tho catting off of noses tho practice being adopted both by jealous husbands as a pun ishment for their wives and by several tribes of whom the Mekranis aro the worst a mark of vengeance on their enemies lr Trlbhowundas has Hor some yours past icon In charge of the Central Hospital at liinsgadh whore he has curried ori the lutiesof medical officer as as well asiSur for the State with much NKW YOIIK Juno Dis Francisco Chronicle With the tap of the auctioneers hammer a curious story of checkered career and recent divorce was brought to light the principal diameters In which figure prominently In the social world on sldosot tho Atlan tic and who until reccentiy resided in an elegant house on West TwentyThird street Now York Tho parties aro Myllos Bertram Addorloy heir to tlio earldom of Norton and Goratdine daughter of Sir Edward Gor ckmOomyn They were married at Cliapol JioyaU London In 1880 and at that t inu was the bosom friend of royalty itn oauuiry attending tho wedding to give It the mark of approval Things wont as merrily as the proverbial weeding bell until the summer of JSnb when the parties first came on a visit to this country Then certain rumors reached the cars of the prospective Lady Norton and an Inquiry elicited tho Iact that In the wild clays of tho festive embryo Earl he had gone through a ceremony oC marriage with a dusky daughter of the plains at Jiosarlo on the River Llattc South America Tho question arose Was the ceremony a legal onoV Lord Norton who is close upon eighty years of sent out a trusted agent to Investigate tho matter Tho itiar vJage had been performed by an iMigllsh mlsKlormiy and tho dlvlno claimed chat it was a perfectly legal one in tho eyes of tho The Argentine authorities on tho other hand refused to uphold the legality of tho wedding as It hud not boon cord ing to tho laws of the country Iboro had boon no notification to tho authorities nor had there boon any inanlago ooromony before the Mayor Earl Norton decided to take the matter before the luminaries and the case was gone Into by Lord Chief Justice Cookburn who rendered tho important de cision that tho marriage was a legal one and that therefore tlio one contracted with Miss Cornyn was Invalid With groat trouble Mytles Addorloy man aged to gel his lirst marriage annulled by the court on tho ground that his first wile who rejoiced tho name of ttoso do Montis was unfaithful and that moreover ho had boon drugged and under tlio influence of a narcotic and had been forced to wed tho Spanish Indian A ceremony of marriage was again gone through with his wife and subsequently ho IIItreated horto such an extent that she was compelled to ask for and obtained a divorce This cilvorco was granted on tho 10th of May last and yesterday the furniture in tho the couple rented on Twenty third stroot was bought under tho hammer Both Myllos U Addorloy and GoralUino Comvn aro porlect typos of beauty and vo putod to bo tho handsomest couple in the world Miss Comyn Is a daughter of one of tho Beautiful Misses who wore a generation ago tho reigning belles of Europe Tho checkered career of tho Earl In pros pective is one of tho most romantic descrip tion He was a past midshipman at the ago of IS and commissioned on tho Southern Pa cific station Tired oC tho monotonous life at sea ho resigned his commission Fired by 1ho stories of Fonlmorp Coopor ho determined to carve for himself a name that should bo a haunting terror on tho plains Ho organized a band of young Englishmen fitted them out with horses rifles and camp outfits aud started for tho P About this lime Addorloy mot tho fair Rosa do Montis and together they played a farce in which they were supported by a kind English missionary Tho blooming ca1 thort took a trip to England tho fatted oulf and other things being killed to wel come him Ho first visited this country six years ago and with tho assistance of Bill shot somo buffaloes Mo was a frequent visitor to those shores with his wife and tho lust time theycame over she proposed that thoy settle here for a time He had taken to drinking heavily and this was thought a good idea by his family in England Ho returned to England recently and it is a toss up now whether ho will llvo to oujoy his CANNING DISEASED MEAT Tho Chicago Health Oittcers Malcc a Startling Discovery j CHICAGO Juno inspectors known to bo watching In tho slaughter house of Jacob Hess to prevent the surrep titious pvoseivation of moat of lumpy jaw cattle tho forbidden practice was dlsoov Cod last nlsht in full blast so at least representatives of the City Heahh Depart ment declare The inference drawn is that tho tainted meat at cheap prices but all profit was to bo marketed through peddlers in tho artisan districts In Chicago Apparently each ele vator load of moat before being hoisted to theuppor floors of tho slaughter house for destruction in the rending vats was for a moment lowered to tho basement and the hind quarters of tlio most valuable moat secretly unloaded after which tluv elevator was again started upward to the rendingvats Just 2700 pounds of alleged diseased moat was found hidden awav in the basement The discovery was made by city oflioials and Is being used by thom to support thoir oftmade charge that tho State inspectors aro remiss If not cor rupt and that tho inspection should bo dono bytho city The Cliuroli Sell OH June mnnMisbffo Grovo Presbyterian Churchat Chartlcrs wasa modest little allfilr with a debt and V meagre attendance Somo of the oldors alter a hard light ting a perm Itto drill an oil Otlwas found in abundance and yesterday the church sold bodily to tho Standard OilCompany for LONDON Jane Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle Tho Mail nnd Express correspondent cables Tlio solCrnade difficulties thicken around tho Government Conservatives Liberals Parnollitiesand Radicals are nil more or less in opposition and the quandary of Lord Salisbury seems today oven worse than yesterday Tho withdrawal by tho Tories of tholr protest against Lord Salisburys policy and tho reluctant response of the Unionist Liberals to Lord Ilartingtoivs frantic eiVorts to hold them together in support of crumbling Ministry do not in the least relieve tlio aoal situation but merely prevent an immediate collapsu of tho Government The now procedure proposals and Mat thews now coming upon tho heels of the suicidal policy of tho Ooschon bill have thrown tho Conservative party into utter disorganization and worse chaos has probably never existed a party or coalition which still succeeds in hoklingtogctlicr Tho statements which aro now industii ously Insisted upon by tho Oonsorvjitive press to tho effect that tho oppositionoL tho Cabinet aro supporters toward tie scheme of taking up unllnlshod bills whore they were loft at the previous ses sion is growing loss aud that party and its allies are coming round to tho Premiers way ol thinking is true only so far as the Tories and LiberalUnionlsts who have re volted against this step havo boon tempo rarily subdued into submission through tho threat of the Cabinet that in the ovfnt of this wholesale hostility being persisted in tho Government would bn obliged to resign and dissolve Parliament As such a course would mean destruction of the Tory majority and the accession of Glad stone tij power tho Tories sinink from such a Ciitastropho and the Marquis oC liartington and his friends would saciiilco almost their lives to keep out of oilico tho man whom they hato becausethoyhavo wronged him and whoso prominence hi power would be synonymous with tho annihilation of the Liberal Notwithstanding apparent acquiescence in the Premiers policy and a sullen consent to follow Lord Harringtons lead a little lon ger tho majority ol1 theUnionists continue strongly averse from the scheme of hanging up bills in tho course oC dobato over from one session to jinothojvfor tho cogent reason that Gladstone ill he bo rot timed to power by tho next generalelection woulduse the system to pass Ivls complete body or homo rule legislation for and Scotland without giving tho country a pause in which to consider his measures as if the country had not already considered the main points in allhisproposals As to Homo1 Secretary his presence in the Ministry will have a maddening ofloct on tho Tory ranks where ho Is regard eel as tho Joiiah of the party and as entailing a curso on tlio fortune ol the ship of State Tho feeling against him is very bitter indeed Matthews denies thar his quarrel with Commissioner Monro in volved tlio question ofappointment of his private secretary as an assistant corn nils sinner oC police in tho metropolitan police ollicc This is known to bo untrue unfortu nately for Matthowss reputation forve racity His private appointed but when tho row arose Lord Salisbury warned tho Homo Sec retary that the appointment would not bear discussion and the appointment was re called Tills unwise attempt of Matthews to put a salary of in tho pocket oC his private secretary angered the chief of tho metropolitan police oLlico andhero was tho origin of tho trouble This affair may be tided over and Monromay be persuaded to keep his office as his withdrawal is likely to bo followed by oflier important resig nations and said a strike of tho mntropolitau police Hut however the cri sis may cud on this and other points the Government is irretrievably weakened aud tlio chances of tho Unionists at the next general election aro shattered The small majority of thirtytwo by which the Governmotir coalition managed last night to defeat Mr Aclands motion to apply the Income from the scheme to education is hailed by tho oppo sition as an outward sign of an inward break lugup of tho ToryUnionist alliance THE POLICE AND OFFICE The police of tho Metropolitan district which Includes all of London except what is known disfcinctivoly as the city havo de cided not to go on duty on Friday the 20th unless their demandsfor increased pay and rod need hours aregranted Thoy are displeased with the gratuity which has boon offered thorn by thoHomeOffice tho situation Isa critical one The force begins to show signs of demoralization Tho chiefs who still endeavor to discipline aud hold tho men to their duty are dis satisfied with their treatment by tlve Home Department and threatento resign This would result in a complete dissolution of tho tho consequence of which would bo most To meet the crisis tho Homo OHico has dono nothing but promise an insufficient temporary and doubtful aggravates the situation THE NinitlST PLOTTEUS June of this city havo receivedofficial advices from St Pe tersburg to the effect that fresh evidence has been discovered bearing on tho recently revealed plot to assassinatethe Czar which indicated that the active proceedings against tho Czars Mendelssohn and several others of tho persons arrested in this city on suspicion of being Nihilists Tho French Government has therefore de cided to detain the are really believed to be associated with the Terrorist party notwithstanding that the evidence collected them here is extremely scant and does not in litself warrant their indictment The former chief of tho Rus sian police GeneralScliverstoiT who is now in Paris is busilyassisting to unravelthe plot and M French Minister of tho Interior shows himself to be a willing tool of and is viciously getio in A WAR MINISTER PREDICTS WAR VIENNA echoes of the sen sational speech which was made Friday by tho Austrian Baron von Bauer are through Europe to tho considerable Consternation ofpeople who aroeasily Ono effect has boon that Continental1 Bourses betrayed a marked weakness and pulse of a scare Bar on von Bauers Concluding as they ave cannot lastlotig a catastrophe or are interpreted as eitheivwar or dlsarmamenliis neatfu As tho latter proposition is irapos siblo the nowed tho as little 300 Welsh Presbyterians who areholding their State convention here have decided to adopt two important resolutions before adjourning First they will denounce the Supreme Court of for deciding as unconstitutional the reading of the Bible in the public schools Later they will Indorse the Bennett school law This proposed ac tion is regarded as one more stop m preliminary skirmish between the Wiscon sin Catholics and Protestants A WOMANS TRIUMPH The Girls of Harvard Annex Hold Their Heads BOSTON June Dispatch San Francisco Chrnnido educationalists havo the very best of reasons for exultation over the triumph which one of the Annex girJs has just won at Harvard The Sarsent prize which has just been captured by Miss Ellen Leah Heed of Bos ton from sixteen male competitors is a prize so difficultof attainment that it has rarely if ever before been awarded In its entirety Certainly it was not in either of tho last four years In several competitions no poems of average nicriij have beeirprfc scntpd Tho jovout of tho Annex Is cer tainly not lessoned by tlio fact that the next catalogue of the university will contain the name of a woman a recognition of the sex and also of the standing of the Annex nor heretofore accorded Indeed it is only within three years that such mention has boon made possible for Sargent prize whoso donor is J 0 Sargent of theclass of prior to 1887 open only to tho students of tho university proper CLEARINGHOUSE EXCHANGES Business of the Week as Shown By the Banlcs BOSTON June The following table compiled from dis patches from the clearing houses oC the cities named shows the gross exchanges for the last week with rates of per in crease or decrease as against similar amounts for the corresponding week in Now York Boston Philadelphia St Louis Baltimore San Francisco Pittsburg Cincinnati Kansas City Loulsvillo Now Orleans Milwaukee Minneapolis Denver Providence St Paul Columbus Dallas Richmond Fort Worth Memphis St Josoph Clearances Incrse New Portland Sioux Dos Moines Birmingham Wichita Grand Now Halifax Ore fS 2 1 lip SO 2 31 4 00 f ioi 28 S 2 289 o ro6 Outsulo New York increase included in totals no clearinghouse at house at this time last year THE SUBURBAN STARTERS Speculation on the Greatest Race Ever Run in America NEW YORK June Dispatch Francisco Chronicle Only two days remaining before the great Suburban yet the hours pass too slowly for the eager racegoers and sport lovers who are looking forward to and speculating upon next Tues days event in which tho greatest thorough brecls of tho United States will contend for fame and a small fortune That the Suburban of 1800 will be the greatest raoe ever run in America no one doubts It must necessarily bo so for are not the greatest horses over brought to gether in a single contest entered Are thoy not in better condition as a class than ever before It is fair to expect that with all condi tions favorable there will bo a dozen start ers here They are 136 pounds Rjicelaml with Salvator 127 English Lady 106 Longsiireet 117 Badge 120 Cusslno 107 Proctor Knotb 112 Montague 100 Tea Tray 117 Spokane 115 and Cantaka 104 Every one has confidence in the ugly and consistent Tenuy His good quaU ties and areknown and confidence in him is well founded Rsiceland on the word of his trainer is in the pink of condition Ho will bestttie horse that cannot do a mile and a quarter better tlian the track is fast SalvatorI Heres a horse that beat Tenny and gave the great Rayon dOr a mat ter of thirteen pounds To be sure this was a year ago before Teriny was Tcnny but feels just as confident today that Salvatqr can romp away from Tenny in the Suburban on nextTuesday as lie did tidal siakeson the last Suburban day That Salvador is good no one Inside of a week the soh of Prince Chailio worked the distance in The hoposof the stable are founded firmly on two thoroughbreds Proctor Knotfc once famous land English Laly a threeyearold of dainty build but undoubted speed V Littleis known of the Dwyers intentions regarding the Suburban boyopd a general infpressipnthat Kingston will There is a possibility thatthe great record breaker may go to the post to be the v TUB PUUS June Associated The race the grand prize of Paris10yOOO about one mile and furlongs was wqnby Baron de colt Pitzrpy F Sclieiblesbay second B Pecksibay One Brakcraan and Five Hundred Sheep Killed The American Association Syraciuse S t Xoiiis TWO MEN DROWNED AT SPOKANE FALLS Fourteen Cars Burned at Starvation on the New Founclland Deaths in The List of Casualties certain demand from stimulated and in creased nuinu facture The halfbreed mut ton sheeps wool in warp works admirably with rejected wools fibres and Montevideo neeces in tilling Thus the mutton flocks would be stimulated through the importa tion of free raw materials and tho Ameri can consumer of woolens and worsted would get belter fabrics at prices generally lower j IXGALLSS SURE THING PRICE FIVE CENTS BiTS OF LONDON GOSSIP The Social Tribulations of Ancrican Ladies Two rv BUTTE June to i A northbound freight train on the Utah Northern met with an accident yester day morning ten miles north of Dillon in which W C Curtis a brakeman was killed and two other trainmen sustained slight injuries Tha accident was caused by tho sand board on a box car getting loose when the wheel of tho car struck tho sand board Six cars loaded with sheep were thrown off the track The cars were badly wrecked and 500 sheep killed outright and two or three hundred more crippled and subse quently killed by butchers Curtiswas standing in one of the cars when last seen alive His body was found under a car horribly mangled He was twentysix years old and a member of Stewart Lodge Brotherhood of Railway Train Brakemen of Chilllcothe his family reside Tho road was blocked five hours POISONED BY ICECHEA5r KNOXVILMS Tune Francisco Chronicle Tho Second Baptist Church and Sunday School gave a picnic near the city yester day Among the refreshments served dur ing tho day was a largo quantity of ice cream All who partook of tho cream were taken suddenly and seriously sick Physi cians wero called and rendered all medical aid Sixteen children and ladies are still in a very critical condition and some of them will die The cream Ivid been standing for wo days in the freezers Tho men who made tlio cream have been threatened with violence and law suits CriOLKRA DEATHS IN SPAIN MADRID Juno There were nine from cholera m Pnoblo do Rngafce Saturday Seven fresh cases are reported Twothirds of tho in habitants have lied from the towns Seven deaths occurred at Montichetso a village near Pueblo de Rugate and several fresh cases are reported there TUB BRIDGE COLLAPSED CLEVELAND June five thousand people assembled at Beyerles Park in the southern part of the city to day to sec a man jump from a rcpe stretched across an artificial lake When tho jumper made his descent the crowd of people on a rustic footbridge aboutten feet above the ground along the face rush to where he struck the water The bridge collapsed and the mass of timber and people wentdown on the footpath beneath was crowded with sightseers At least twentyfive persons were injured more or less seriously Eight of them had to be taken to the hospital and two will die TWO BOYS KILLED CHICAGO Juno and Herman Beifca aged 12 and 15 respectively left Lake Front Park today and started across the network of railway tracks between it and the lake Suddenly a passenger train coming at a rapid attracted the at tention of the boys who stood still in the track apparently petrified with fear The engineer blew tlio whistle and throngs of people in the park shouted but the boys did not move and before a hand could be lifted to save them they were struck and killed DESTITUTION ON THE NEWFOUNDLAND COAST HALIFAX June steamer Har which went to Bay St George New foundland with a cargo of provisions was notified at its arrival at that port by the Collector of Customs that he would not be permitted to land any goods as the people had refused to pay customs duties to the Newfoundland Government The Har low consequently proceeded on her vqyago up the Newfoundland coast getting as far north as Flower Cove where the people were found to bo in a destitute and deplorable condition for want of food At tho urgent request of the local Relief Committee somo of the supplies were landed for distribution Calling at the Bay o St George on the return voyage it was found that the residents and Island Gov ernment had come to an understanding the former agreeing to continue to pay cus toms duties on the promise of the authori ties con sider to their grievances The captain of the steamer brought back a letter frouv Rev Mr Howells of Flower Cove giving a harrowing statement of the condition of his people He asserts that the Colonial Government has failed to respond to several appeals for aidmade last fall and for that reason dur ing the long months until the steamer Harlow called most of the people were on tho verge of starvation The people were reduced to such extreme want that they had nothing to eat but the rotten carcasses of seals and many were at the point of death when the Harlow arrived CAllS BTJRNED AT DENVER DENVER June afternoon a spark from a passing locomotive started a fire in a hay warehouse in the yards of the Union Depot and before it could be gotten under control car of General Manager Meek of the Fort Worth road and fourteen loaded freight cars were burned One Pull man sleeper was also badly burned Loss about A CINCINNATI FLOOD CiNCTXNATt June noon today a thunderstorm setin andone and a half inches of rain fell in an hour The cellars are flooded The streets on tbe hillsides were covered iwith mud and sidewalks in places were torn up Thirtyseven hundred fire and telephone wires have been matted or otherwise de stroyed and much minor damage done DROWNED SPOKANE June Cal vin Gardner and a son of one of Spokane Fallss wealthiest citizens at tempted to cross the riveron a cable the Doctor and were drained John Frazer was with them in but escaped Xot the Remotest Possibility of His Defeat Next Winter KANSAS CITY June TRIBUNE San Francisco ChronicU Much interest is manifested here in the talk about the do feat of Senator Insralls for re eleetioii A prominent Kansas politician who has been an opponent of for some time was in the city today In an interview he Ingalls is as sure of reelection as the election day is to come As it stands now about twice as many counties in structed for him as have instructed against him and when the time for the election comes the State will demand his return I am much opposed to Senator Infills on many matters but it is useless to deny the wonderful hold he has on he Sunllower State I have been all over Kansas in the last six months and within this State T am sure there is not tho remotest idea that he will be defeated It would be impossible to crystallizetho various elements that do object to him upon any one man The Democrats and farmers will never get to gether The fact is no mans name is even mentioned to succeed Senator Infills No party and no combination of parties in my opinion can prevent his return to tho BARBARITIES IN DAHOMEY A STRANGE CASE OF FATALISK HORRIBLE SIGHTS WITNESSED BY DR BAYOJU EifflityFonr Human Beings Sacrificed in One Amazons Arc Very King1 Suspicious ANOKA and Mahouey and the latters brother aged respectively 17 were in v inRuin near here this his depth and inV save him thegirls went under three were Will AVitliouti v lt June favor o f ree wopl will be1 senttbf the Sen Com m th ejiWool Con tibnH1closes LONDON June TIUBUNK Dispatch San Francisco ChronicU A letter from Dr Bayol Governor of Kotonou Rives an interesting account of his imprisonment by the King of Dahomey Dr Bayol him self was not illtreated but was forced to witness the most horrible executions and was closely watched night and day by three of the most important chiefs lie was forced to be present at the execution of his secre tary and his interpreter and was a spectator of the sacrifice at one time of eightyfour human beings and at another fortytwo victims were bound mutilated in a horrible manner and then still alive hung up by their heels Then their bodies were opened with largo round knives and the intestines token out after which tho corpses were thrown into the place of skulls where in fortyeight hours they were reduced by birds of prey to skeletons Dr Bayol was every tiroo compelled to view each corpse while tho executioners carefully turned the heads of their victims toward him Upon one occasion he desired to buy on some negroes whom he recognized as proteges from Porto Novo but the king angrily refused to allow it Every day his dusky Majesty danced before the doctor executing steps and jumps which would have been highly entertaining under other cir wore sandals and a of Grecian cap on bis head arid six Amazons danced wiilihim The Amazons Dr Bayol described as very fiends One day the doctor witnessed a re markable At a sign from the king 500 Amazons rushed upon a living ox and tore it to pieces in a few seconds Then each with a piece of raw flesh in her mouth marched off singing while live of their num ber Held the skin and head of their victim aloft in triumph In festal garments they witnessed from the roofs of neighboring huts the human sacrifices of the next day and laughed heartily They always appeal perfectly resigned and go quietly to death when their turn comes The king is very suspicious and would not sign a letter written to the President of the French Republic Dr Bayols return to the coast was extremely dangerous lor he bad no passport and was therefore obliged in spite of illness to march more than fifty miles in one day through a country with which ho was quite unacquainted FHEPARIXG AN ATTACK The preparing to again at tack Porto Novo and the Governor has ap pealed to tho French Government for im mediate help to combat the force of the na tives The gunboat has been de tached for this service and will be sent with men to reinforce tbe French troops stationed there The French officers declare that it will take 5000 troops to defeat the Dahomi ans The Dahomians are well armed and are led by skillful generals and they are rapidly adopting a system of extemporized earthworks along their lines of defense which makes it wore difficult to dislodge and repulse than it used to THE EDUCATED FARMER He Should Become a Leader and Strengthen His Brethren AMU BUST June The baccalau reate sermon before the graduating class at the Massachusetts Agricultural College was delivered today by Prof S Walker Tbe topic was The Duty of the Educated Prof Walker said Heretofore in all parts of the the farmer has been no match for his adversary He has never held his own against soldier or priest against politician or statesman In ancient times lie was a slave in the middle ages a serf in the nineteenth century bo a serf a peasant and a proprietor accord ing to location American farmers as a class arc face to facewith a crisis They have su b ducd a continent and furnished jaw ma terial for our factories bread for tite operatives and manhood for our civilization They sustained the Nations creditwith their hardearned dollars rescued en dangered liberty with their conscientious and defended time and again the stars and stripes with their loyal blood Vigorous in body strong in character striking in individuality lovers of home massive in commonsense fertile in re sources devout believers in Providence tbe farmers of America will never allow them selves to be overwhelmed by the fate that sunk the tillers of tbe soil ia India in Egypt in Europe From all land the farmers are coming together Organizationand co operation are vrond erf ul id eas thac u a ve awakened themas never beforte They are hands with a grip that means something comparing ways and means and uniting upon ends to be gained They de mand for themselVes and children eduea tiou equal to the best They insist upon a f air share of the profits of American in dustry tliat no State can long exist in of the soil bear the tuost of the burdens wjtlv little of the blessings of advancing civilization But they are danger of in this struggle shall turn the the me vernal They demand supply this maud is duty of the educated Whatsoever of bodilyvigor power moralheroism ithe educated fariner hasacquired from vthe cestors the college or he willneed niay contribute to the work of strengthening th e farmers of so that tliey shall remain th0 inundation of Swelldom Over the Latest Scandal Princesss Startling Reveals a Mystery Friendless OReirs New Book LONDON Juno Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle Series din ners were mimorous hero on Thursday Fri day and Saturday Mrs T W Mucicay Mrs Roberts Mrs Ronalds and Mrs Benyugo of San Francisco gave elaborate feasts Tho latter was especially notable for tlio reap pearance in society of Mrs Lincoln and Bonyujjc both having recovered from tlio social attacks mado upon them It will be remembered that the Lord Chamberlain canceled one of Mrs Lincolns presentations which caused lior deep cha grin and made a good deal of gossip Mrs Benyuges case was also mortifying She ex Viscount Cantolopo to marry her daughter Tho viscount however went otr and got engaged to Miss Dorothy whose family and birth were greater at tractions for him Since this jilting aftair happened all tho records show that Dorothy his become a fashionable name for infants and shop windows aro full of Dorothy hats Dorothy mantles Dorothy shoes etc THE LATEST LONDON SCANDAL Tho clubs are all igog over tho case ol Lieutenant Raoul dc Ponthicu He is twenty six years of ago connected with the Bom bay Staff Corps a relative of the Earl of Northesk and the family of Carnegie dis tantly connected Andrew Carnegie of New York and PiUsburg Do Ponthieu has bocn held by the magistrate bail being re fused charged with procuring malpractice on his Mrs Marshall wife of a wellknown barrister through tho aid of a fashionable London midwife and a swell doctor both of whom were arrested Tho examination was proceeding when the mid wife turned crowns evidence As tho patient dkd the charge became that of murder So far tho evidence is strong against the defendants Both of the prin cipals being fashionably connected the case made a great sensation Eminent coun sel have been engaged on both sides MAX NEW BOOK The MacMillans have paid Max ORolI for his now book which is a diary of his latest trip to America It is to be fin ished by autumn A CASE OF FATALISM A strange story of fatalism was revealed by the arrival of tho Queens town today When the vessel started from New York a week ago Dr Joseph Howe of New York with his daughter tho passengers Before sailing Howe had a presentment that die on tho made arrangements with the Cunard agents to embalm his body and send it back toNow York Scarcely twentyfour after the vessel left ho died and thebody will be returned by the first steamer THE POPE AND TRE QUEEN It has transpired that during the recent stiy of Queen Victoria at AixlesBaines tho Archbishop of the Diocese with the clergy waited on her with whom tho prelate had a lengthy interview Having written to tho Holy Father anaccount of the interview his Grace received from tho Pope a letter in which tho following occurs That which you have written to us with so much promptness and zeal on tha subject of your interview with her Imperial Majesty tho Queen of England and of tho conversation which you had with her has caused us feelings of We are pleased to know that she has received us with cor diality and we felicitate you on having thanked her with so much truth because of her kindness to the Catholics and on hav ing reminded her of the esteem we have always entertained for her name since the first time we spoke to wo wore charged with the nuuciate to Belgium Re membrance of this time remains graven in our heart We have admired the zeal which has induced you to inform us of the fact which touches us personally and which was of a nature calculated to console us ia tho midst of tho bitterness A PRINCESS IN RED At last nights state concert the Princess of Wales raado a sensation by wearing a gown of bright red satin ornamented with gold brocade The front was a mass of jew eled orders pearls sapphires and diamonds The Princess Christiana wore a whitebrocne crepe trimmed with gold and silver The shown by the Princess of Wales and other royalties to Victoria of Teck to whom Albert Edward is under stood to be engaged was one of the special incidents of the occasion REVEALS A MYSTERY A fatal accident which revealed a mys tery occurred on Thursday last on board the bark at West Liverpool A sailor known as Hans Brandt who had shipped as an apprentice at Pensacola wif aioft one of the masts when ho fell to the deck and was apparently un injured When rising to his feetbc walked a few steps staggered and fell through an open hatch into the hold and was Tho body was removed to the and on being laid out tlio authorities were as tonished to find that the supposed male a female The crew of theship jlda had 11 along been unaware of tho fact it is rumored that the girl ran away fromhome on account of being disappointed in a lOve affair THE SERVILE ENGLISH BAR Late last evening a suitfor a Betrayal was interrupted and adjourneduntil Mon day which will have interesting features in it for Americans It was the case of Governess Wiedeman agaiust re cently married a New York lady is heir to the Earl of Orford withdrew their haa been to amieach fused to take up her Falling to secure rcguJar legal assistance she con ducting her own Yesterday Wiedeman presented vous and f recently wept of tho London bar not onelawyer volun teered to help her sostroijg servility of the profession necially when an bo poor and friendless the facts were showing Wai pole had betrayed placed her andlher child y German her and1 refused to contribute whsr ay bodies of unknown Sir Edwin poem entitled is to A halfad6zencentarles modernsciftiice   

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