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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - June 23, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                IS DOING I Bitter Partisan Debate to Be Pre dpitatcd This Week SEVEN HUNDRED BILLS PASSED Effect of the Tariff Bill on the Rcve House Will GiveSilver a Rent for oWcckTho CnUom Bill to Come Up ToDay commercial world which annoyed the Ameri cans as much as It did tho If tho plot should create a feeling of dis trust on on the part of tho Mexican Govern ment severe restrictions would be placed on American enterprises in tho country Tho rapid development of certain sections of my country has been due to American enterprise and oneof the characteristics of President Diazs administration has been lib liberal policy toward your people for railroads mines manufacturing etc In consideration of his policy tho States Government can hardly afford to allow such a conspiracy to go unpunished If this country should imiko no oflorts to detect and punish the conspirators there will bo good cause for a quarrel RUSHING TO DESTRUCTION The Tory Cabinet Is Under a Demon iac Spell ALISBURYS CHOLERIC COLLEAGUES SALT LAKE TKHIONK 517 Fourteenth Street WASHINGPOX p June 22 IROO The House Is likely to rest In its dlacus elon of silver this week Tho Federal tlori bill is tho special order for Tuesday and will occupy attention In all probability until Saturday Chairman Conger promises to call the Coinage Committee together on Tuesday to take up the Silver bill As there are only three votes In tho committee for free and unlimited coinage nonconcurrence in tho Senates amendment will doubtless bo recommended with the administra tion compromise appended an a substitute Cooler counsels have prevailed among the silver men today and many of tho rnoat radical admit that such a bill will bo bettor than the Senate measure Bland cf Missouri said to Tnrc TRIBUNE correspondent tonight that while unalterably opposed to tho issue of bullion certificates oven If redeemable In coin and made full legal tenders ho bellovcs that such a measure was likely to pass tbo House if presented Another attempt will be made tomorrow to consider the CullOK bill In the Senate Committee on Territories with good pros pects of a favorable report THAT WXkfc COME VC WASHINGTON Juno will DO District day in tho House but if tho Coinage Committee is ready to report upon tho Senate amendments to tho Silver there arc indications that tho Committee u Uulea will bo ready In turn to see that ho report secures spenty consideration In tho House It Is also probable that by Tues day morning the samecommittee are to re port a TUlo making tho National Election bill tho special order for tho rcmalnclorof tlio week If adopted it will probably lead to one of tho most bitter partisan debates wit nessed in recent yearn The bill for tho admission of Wyoming Is tho first order of1 business in the Senate When it comes up a will bo of iorod In the shape of an omnibus bill pro viding for enabling acts for Wyoming Idaho Arizona iiTid Now Mexico Tho Territorial bill to give way however for consideration of the appropri ation bills the committee being determined to press fchoMo nuuisuiusuH rapidly arf pos sible Fryawlll makiyan biVovb to have his HlvippinKblllK considered and If that falls the Riverand Tlarbbr bill KlTHCT OK TUB TAltlFF BILL A statementof the effect upon tho cus toms receipts by of tho bill us reported by the Senate finance Corn mlfcteo 1ms booncompleted It shows the amount of duties collected In 1889 upon Im ports upon all articles rnado dutiable in tho House bill and tlio amendments proposed by the Senate uttsossod under thooxliifclng laws was The duties estimated under tho House bill amount to under tho bill as armndod by the Somite Tho equivalent ad vakirwn rate under tho House bill Is pur cent under tho Senate bill per cent Tho reduction In revenue by tbo transfer of ar tiolos to tho free list hi the Ilousto bill in BISMARCKS Me Would Support the Government in the Reichstag BERLIN Juno Tho HamburQer Nach richtm supposed to bo inspired suggests that England give further proof of good wilt by ceding to Germany Wolfish bay which in valueless to England and of tho utmost Importance to Germany as a harbor for tho southwest African possession Prince liisrnarek In llio Nuchriclitcn denies the KHdlcalreporUs that lie would never re turn to tho Reichstag and support Chancel lor Von Capri vl Ho declares that lie would not accept a seat if compelled to oppose tho Government though a Runoral agreement with it would not prevent his expressing de viating opinions when necessary MARRIAGE IS SINFUL SO Till RUSSIAN NOVELIST COUNT TOJLSTOI To Fall InLove Is To Sinand There Is tfo Such Tiling ChrlHthiu Marriage Social Personal Animosities Jeopardize the Unionists Ripe for Lot is a Happy One a deal immoral NEW YORK Juno THIBTTJTO Dispatch Francisco Chronicle Series Loon Tolstoi tho groat and eccentric novelist has written to a friend in this country in defense of tho morals of his new in which ho says My views on tho question may bo succinctly stated as follows With out entering Into will bo generally admitted that I am accurate In saying that many people condone hi young people a course of conduct with regard to tho other sox which Is incompatible with strict mor ality and that this dissoluteness la pardoned Both parents and Tn consequence of this view may be said to wink at profligacy arid In tho last resort to oncoimiKO Itspractice I am of the opinion that this is not right It Is riot possible that tho health of one class should necessitate tho ruin of another and In consequence it Is our first duty to turn oar to such an essentially doctrine nomattor how strongly society may have established or protected it Moreover Itnoods to bo fully recognized that men arc to bo hold rosppnslble for tho conso mionoos of their acts and that those are no longer to bo visited upon woman it follows from this that it is tho duty oi men who do opt wishto Hvoa life of Infamy to nracUoG sucih continence Jn respect to all women as thoy would wore tho female so oloty Jn which they niovo made UP oxclu sivoly of their A more rational niodo of bo adopted which won Id Inoludo abstinence from alcoholicdr in excess ineating nncl from ilosh moat on the one hand and a recourse to physical labor on the other In tho second place I think that of late various roasousinto which 1 need nob cuter conjugal Infidelity has be come nioro common aud is oonslderod less ropichonsiblo tho tlihd place Lam of tho opinion that another uonscquunco of tho false light In which Tailing in love and what it loads to are viewed In our society Is that birth of oh lid ron has lost Its pristine significance and that modern marriages are conceived loss and loss from tho point of view of the fourth place I am of tho opinion thai children who in our society are ob stacles to onjoymont unlucky accidents as t iMms lii LIIU LIUU I mu unw v cludlne reduction In the Internal it were arc educated not with a view to the revomie taxes out by tho Son ato problem which will bo one day callod iSnnnoo Comnilttoo is estimated at on and to solve but solely withan innanoj f tl o tho pioasuro which they may bo made toylotd to their consequence 061 774 By the transfer of articles on tho free list In bill the reduction in revenue Is estimated at 1 A foot note to tho says These fcabUs are prepared upon tho plan and theory usually followed Tlio estimates are largely oonjocfcural and more or less un roliublo and misleading They are based upon tho assumption thatIf tho bill should become a law mcrolmiuliso of lllo quanti ties and values would be Imported as was Imported during tho fiscal year of iSSji This basis can only accepted as reliable whove tho changes In rates are not of such a chatactor as to necessarily ctiuso an In creased or a diminished importation The reduction above glvon of by tho House bill and by the Senate appear to bo certain but If llioimports should bo tho stiino as last year the reduc tlon would amount under tho House bill to and under tbo Senate bill to CONfWKSS HAS PONE All except General oftho fourteen regular appropriation bills have been acted onIn one or both houses of Congress But two of tho thirteen how Army and Military Academy bouomo laws Tho others are mostly in conference or In an advanced state In tho House or Senate Nearly seven hundred bills a largo portion bouig House Mils have been sent to the Presidentsince tho opening of Congress OBJECTED TO A Goncvnl Riot in Front of a Catholic Church N June afternoon there was a row at Schuylerviilo between a gang of electric light company workmen and tho parishioners of tlio Church Visitation the latter Insisting that the work men should not sot poles in front of the ohurch Noone was fatally in jured though nilssilflft How in a shower ShorilV Deyiiu ordered the rioters to desist They refused and alight ensued Matters ouiotcd down after several arrests although 100 men with pistols and other arms guarded the church all night and today It is un derstood that both sides are ready for a fracas Monday morning and should tho trouble bo reopened it Is likely the military will be called out AM EIUCANS IN MEXICO The Recent Filibustering Plot Jeopardize Thoir Interests CHICAGO Juno 22 TRIBUNE Dls patchSan Francisco Chronich Series Carlos Jadro a Mexican banker who was Ht the Palmer House last evening said tho Mexicans were more than indignant over tho proposed filibustering expeditionIn Lower California Not only are the masses saldhe but thoGovorn mentis taking active measures to prevent any being carried out The inevitable result of this political attempt would bothe destruction friendly re lations two countries As soon as theYplqt wns in Mexico forward and urged Mexican ment to takerstrlugent suppression the petlvipnedthe iGpyprnment on the You know muiiKqf the jfiost raluablov iridustrlesjUn owned by conspiracy produced ari is that tho chlldron oC human beings are brought up for all the world likethe young of In tho fifth place I am of tho opinion that owing to the exaggerated and erroneous slg nllleanco attributed byour society to love and to tho idealized state that accompanies and suocoods best energies of our men and women arc drawn forth and exhausted during tho most promising period life those of tho men in tho work of looking for choosing and winning tho most desirable ob ioct oC love for which purpose lying and fraud archeld to be quite excusable and those of tho women and girls men and decoying thorn into liaisons or marriago by tho moans conceivable As an instunco of which tlio present fashions in evening dross may bo cited I the opinion tiiat this Is not right Thotruth Is thatthe whole affair has boon exalted by poots and romancers to an undue importance and that love in its vari ous developments is not a fitting object to consume tho best energies of men Nob only to form aliaison but even to contract a from tlio Christian point of view not a progress but a fall Love and all tho status that accompany and follow ovor wo may try hi moso and vorse to prove tho contrary jiovor do and never can facili tate of an aim worthy of men but always makes It more difficult about tho Human race If ad mit that celibacy is bettor and nobler than marriage evidently tho human come to an end But if tho logical sion of anyagreement Is that the human race will become extinct tho reasoning Is wrong To that 1 reply that the argument I did not invent it that it is LONDON June fTraumsTs Dispatch San Francisco Cliraniolo and Express correspondent says Tine Oab Inufc somehow bounder some de moniac spell which apparently paralyzes the common sejiso of tlio Ministers and causes them to plunge from blunder with a perfectly insane disregard of reason of ths demands of tho country and jpf thiur own political welfare Conservatives are discouraged at the spectacle thier loaders rushing like swine intothe sea and they ask one another what explanation can be found for so extraordinary an exhibition is now bestowing upon England Tho only traceable origin ol the over whelming Ministerial troubles hos In the iiercc personal cllfleienoes which exist in tho each man is apparently socking his own personal aggrandizement without regard to interests ol tho Smith Mr Goshen lUtchie Balfour and Mr Matbuws are all at logger heads and Salisbury ilnds himself quite un able tocuutrol these disputes orto maintain any sort of decency or harmony among His larrolsomo Nor is this idiotic chaos of common souse In tho Ministry tiling that the nn hanpy Prime Minister has to contend with now Besides having to face the threat ened and really probable mutiny m the ranks of bo has received a very plain intimation from the Liberal Unionist faction without the support oi which his government would be that the persistent adherence to the ollen sivo Licensing hill combined with the gen eral muddle of the House ol Commons is rapidly alienating the Union ists so that it is gutting beyond Lord Hart ingtoris power to bold to LThe Cabinet Is going to hold a meeting on Tuesday next for the purpose of considering tlio present erlslsrand trying to devise some moans of avoiding the just consequences of its own imbecility Lord Hartington set out to ollngto juid thin and it isonly by hisstrong per sonal endeavors thai serious boltbeforo this has been prevented in tlio of ment from defeat in the Commons on Thurs day Lord Salisbury MrBa lour have hold a conference with tlveTory theresult of which is that they have ar ranged iu constant in Bor der to majority onall occasions Owing refusal of Rad icals to pair with the mombors of the ornnlont leave of absenco whl be given to any one absentee is as a rule oqutvalenf difference of two votes between the and the opposition An analysis ofy the voting on Thursday shows that tho absentees included 110 Oon sorvativos thirty Liberal Unionists fifty throe Liberals and eighteen Paruollites The fitcfi that the most of thososhould own their absence toInterest in Ascot races is suggestive of what manner of men must largely Parliament Tho AngloGerman coiivention concern ing tbeportionlng ofAfrica anna mutual con cession of the two powers does not grow in favor with tho House of Commons or with tho British public The German claims to any part of Africa will bepretty stoutly attacked in Parliamentand in the cession of Heligoland Tho Government will also bo hotly contested Parliament start for Heligoland to take the votes of the tlio of tho cession of their Tho opposition to would pronounced if it were not for the recontness of the Radical advocacy of a cession y a fort night ago thatLubouoboro told the Hoube this island is more sandbank and Germany T f advocated Its surrender as a Tnion today The elegates were compelledto withdraw and theyhave formed anew central body which will be known as the Central Labor Federation There was a war of words loud apa vigor ous ENDED HIS A Montana Pioneer Shoots Himself Through the Heart BUTTB June to James M Fish one of Montanas pioneers and Court Bailiff and Under Sheriff of the Second District Court for a number of years past committed suicide here this afternoon by shooting himself theheart For three years he had suffered with cancer of the stomach and wasscarcely past few daysto make his wayto the court house He suffered terrible pain life was only a matter of a fewdays or a few weeks he decided to put himself out of his misery He was 60 years of ageand leaves a widow and two children Escaped from the Robbers June young men of this cityreturned in a buggy from a pleasure resort tonight and con fronted by three masked highwaymen on tho turnpike where Farmer Kosecrans was murdered two years Their horses be ing friglitoned by the darklanterns needed no urging and the young wide their escape amid a fusillade of revolver shots A ironc OLlt ill PUfSuit Of tllOTOD SHUNNED AS A MURDERESS A posse has bors OLEABINGHOIISE EXCHANGED What the Banlcs of Last BOSTON June to The tollowintable compiled from dis patches from the cleavinghouses of the cities named shows the gross exchanges for the last week withrates of riorV cent of in oreaSG or against similar amounts for the correspontling weekin 1889 CITIES Now York Uoston Philadelphia St San Francisco Btiltimorc CincinniiU Kansas Louisville New Minneapolis Denver Omftha Detroit Providence St Dnl iiis AVnslnagton Hartford Duluth luclianftoolis Fort St Oosepli Peorui1 3 Portland Galvestonl Syracuse Wichita Sioux Graiul Bapicls Norfolk Dos Mohics Topeka Total Clearances Hi incrse To 7 v48i8 61 7 Hail tv 135 OJ Deerse 107 40 A 432 ought to OConnor rucof nl act wlilbh Id involve tio loss to tbo country The flimcultyof eating their words immediately wry greatly weakens tlio Radical opposition the Gov ernment pliiTD and it is hard to see how the Priino Ministers scheme can bo successfully oombatlod on toispoint A POSITION f BKLORADE June Kistitch the first of Servia is going to Vienna to con the Austrian Government on the ques tion of restoring oxKing to power m tho country comniandorlnchief oC the avmy Tills wouldbe au offset attempt to set Milan into that interest him In St Woman Goes to Her Grave le cused of Anothers Crime THE STRANGLED HISTRIONIC GENIUS THE QBE AT QUABBEL Gompers Says the Knifihte Have Been Furnishing 41 NEW Youiv Juno RrBUKB Dls San Francisco Chronicle General Master Workman Towdedys attack on iGonipers ji arid Federatiou of Labor at the Knights of Labor Cooper Union mass meeting Friday night truths revealed by years aw set forth in our catechisms ana by us as foilowarsof Christ and celibacy it is urged cannot tho Ideal humanity because chastity would annihilate the raco which strove to realize it and humanity cannot sot up as its ideal its own It out in reply that only that Is tho ideal which being unattainable ad mits ofinfinite gradation in degree of prox imity But oven If we suppose the Chris tian ideal realised what thoii We would merely find ourselves face tofaee on tho one hand with fa religion one of whoso dogmas is that the world will have anveucl uho other of the socalledsoionce which informs us sun Isgradually losing its lieht result of In time bo extinction of Such ti thing asCliristlanmardage never and never could bo Ohrist did not marry pr establish marriage Neither did his disciples Chrisblan cannot view i tlio marriage relation Mother wisethan as of a cloiirlylald down1 in Miittiiew 28 and maiTiageVi chaiacter AChristian will avoid it vlr tlio light of dawns Christian weakness liei nian both on bothsides de plore the controversy vand hope that the dis pute may yet be Presi dent however is up inarms and if any th lug is aggressive than Powderlyi urid courts a whole i President was head ouartcrs of tho tqday and expressed hi mself prcibly con oerning anum tier of Instances tlie officers of Knights of pf str i ki n g c i gar m ak ers p ri n tiers an d i ron k and white Cohtiimi ng President GpTnpers said Outside IScw York increase included in totals uo olearinghpuse a this time The Turner Bund Conyeation NEW YonK June fourteenth an nual convention of the Turner Bunds met this morning the Central Turner Halland ness President the Opening address tr oiled a greater social md he said than any Tother States No so many during thelate war The annual report shows of 3 912 witb property amounting to S4 an indebtedness of The following of offlcers were elected the convention Brown St Louis Henry Metzner New Victor L Berger Milwaukee sionx 11 Players first grtye coatinue Second Minneapolis Milwaukee Qyraiidin the Bole of the AVronRed Gabrielle and an Intended Victim Slipped From His FascinatingStory NEW YORK June Dispatch Fran behind the nameof her husband there lived for several years In California the woman vho bus borne for over twenty years the barge of having committed one of the most lorrible ever committed in New York and one which certainly produced tho most profound sensation of any which over occurred here That woman is known tbe world over as Mrs Cuningham the mur derer of Dr Burdcll who in 1857 wUs found one morning in his office with his head beaten into a jelly and a ligature about bis neck Mrs Cuningham had been bis mistress but was in fact his wife at tbe time of Bur 1 ells death He was rich aud it was sup posedthat she had murdered him to obtain his estate by proving marriage before the courts A Snodgrass was arrested with her and both were acquitted attho lirst trial Shehadbuen married secretly and had never let the marriage be known at Dr Burdells request but after her acquittal sbo went back to live and said she was going to the charges Then she made claimto the estate and the District Attorneytook this as a proof of motive As a consequence of this act Mrs Cun ingham was reimimsoned in the Tombs and refusedball though the case was clearly a bailable one Her daughters clung to her They were at the prison gates long before they were opened in tbo morning At length through the interposition of Mat tliew Hale Smith thenlawyer she was re leased on bail Tbe case gradually dropped out of court Mrs Burdcll lived in New some finally marriedand wentto Cali fornia to live About two years ago she returned to Brooklyn whereshe died at the houseof her niece Not long ago lady bent down over a tomb in Greenwood and read tbe name on it she drew bckih horror exclaiming assbo raised her hands lies the murderer of But the old lady was wrong The murdorer is now known to be a brutal criminal named George riiminons who Wasbbrn and who nearlyiifteran years ago He was linowii and was hung under the for a man namedRowen Two pieces of evidence of the murder of Dr Burdell ac counted for a shirt marked J Ketchum and a Tiloody linger mark with a vacant placein it showing that the finger was scarred Simmons had lived near Burdell s as T andhe bud a big finger across with an awful scar CAREIOR OF TJIB HUNTED yJUJKDKRKR The fiill story of Eyrauds troubles after being deserted in New York has just become known isthe story guilty of one crime which cries yetfull of wolfish fury that be has been balkedinasecond crime like to it And yet this had a heart low and sensual way beloved a woman and that womarf had proven false to him and his deeds of blood A strong dramatic one which calls for tbe highest class of bis trionic but Eyraiid filled The detectives found andj Gabri elle Bampard who finally deserted liim bad gone from Liverpool to andLtherice to San where they met a young whom out as a second victim They secured Geibrielles Paris which bad been depleted at pawnshops restocked with pretty dresses i Then alUhree started for New York for which city they bought They stopped offat Buffalo and Eyraud sent the woman and intended up toseeM agjira Falls while be remained behind He bad he said in that she must worm another 1000 francsout of her companion as he was put of plan kill only for his money bat out1 But sickened of the busi and to have her run away Such a dis grace to my Have you no relations to help asked Stout y What you mean by relations asked Eyraud No uncles or cousins or brothers JNO father or On my poor mother1 he shrieked mis will and throwing himself down on his knees before a chair he buried his face in the seat and sobbed in a way to bar row the souls of his audience and to fill them with a subsequent admiration over his power as an actor will this thing for saia btout reassuringly Come with me to Inspector Byrnes and ho will telegraph to iho Mench police to stop the runaways at Havre a pleasant proposition to make to telegraph the Frenchauthorities indeed But he did not change hesitate an instant No no no he said as tho actor started toward the I care nothing for the money It is nothing to me It is the disgrace the Then he fell over again aud wept copiously But I will have ho cried sud denly jumping up with the ferocity of a As for zat young man zat false friend I will kill him I tell admiringly the sudden transition of the man from to the ferocity of a beast was the grandest thing I have ever seen It frightened tny littlo wife so that she began to make for the door I tell you Coquslin cannot com pare as an actor with this man said Stout to the frantic man u youdonot want to goto Byrness how much money will it take for you to get back home Then followed the negotiations by vrhioh Mrs Stout became possessed of Gnbriolles dresses for S70 cash in bond Among thc costumes is an old rose walking dress with a black sacquc which Gabrielle wore when sho fled from Paris a pretty dress bearing Dielabel of BonMarche in Liverpool a black silk dress bought at the City of Paris in San Francisco a very handsome and showy tea gown a combined satchel and reticule which from Paris and a big box of stuff for crochctting Eyraud spent thcviuoney thus obtained in hunting for Gabrielle whom ho still loved whom he always would love He went to Montreal and came back four days later seemingly broken hearted He could raise no more money changed bis boarding place and disappeared till his arrest WAS GABRrELIil5 HYPNOTIZED PARIS June elaborate cries of hypnotic experiments have just been con cluded on Gabrielle the alleged accomplice of the murder of M The theory has boon put forward that she was hypnotised by Eyraud and madeunconsciously to play her part in the by enticing Gouffe into her rooms which ho heqor left alive It has that she is remarkably suscepti ble to hypnotic influences While hypnotized obeyed every verbal command and not but with equal fidelity obeyed the uttered thoughts of the doctor be was in another room far away from hers He even went into another builB ing and tlvare thought out a number of most unusual extraordinary WANTED SOME ONE TO LOVE An OverArdent Princess Worries Two Royal THE PRINTING ANNIVERSARY EXHIBIT Proposed Destruction of a Waterloo Infamous In trisue With a Notorious Consumption in the Rivoira dis ihe ness contemplated that arid another murder was her revolted a mere that would soonbe gone Besides she bad lie gun to love her new friend better than her order she confessed the plot to the latter Be goj back to Paris with him and make a confession she consented and away way of Montreal leaving Byraud behind in asto ndtbips three tickets to th ree trunks two The National First Second game Columbusl v Toledo St 2 tendedto rob and third be lorigiug to Gabrielle For several days te raged but was truly de sertekr soldVtwoofrthe jtickets to a1 cameon naughu in his purse bulitihefproceeds0fthe tickets Heiput up at Mrs Martins board ajjg house on Waverly Then he at once became andeemed disconsolate pith 1 aast1 r vlmm again rintrou r that organization the same thihg thatlabpr move ment In to ft S6000this siwhere and difficultactsievery one of which she instantly performed DrVBronardel whoconducted these ex periments declares ber the most remark able hypnotic subject he has over met As soorios he isbrought Eyraud care fully examined with a view to discovering if whether he possesses the hyp notic faculty morning Charles Oato white shot and killed hismistress EtezioMitchell a negress and then I suicided Four hours later William and mortally wounded Mary Barnett his mistress and then blew out bis own brains in a ditrerent bagnio crimes MURDERED BY BRUNltKN NEGROES Marshal Dillon of Hauhgville was mortally wounded this morning The negroes dance and all got more or less diunlr midnight one of them Peter Carpenter got into a row with Patrick Horn an Horn was cut with a made the negroes hilarious Dillon was with JVAndy Moore attempted to quell t the turbance They by whole mob the members brandishing knives The mob soon began fir ing about thirteen shots were fired oneof them fatally Vounaiug MarsbalDillou Peter Carpenter i has been arrested for cutting Horn and Allen Ross for shooting Dil lon They were brought tothis city to avoid mob violence as the citizens of Haugbville are much CorbiVWiU Resign report that shortly tender his resignation as the Reading railroad is confirmed by the directors of that successor will be Vice President A A When asked led to Corbins Antelo said that he resigned in order to push forward a enterprise York City Antelo declined to speak farther on the subject A Nebraska Tornado special to tho Journal fromGrand Island says The town of Sweetwater a little hamlet of less than a hundred inhabitantSjtSvas swept away by a tornado which Visited theplace about 3 ofelqcktbls afternoon No one was killed Brigands iCapture a Bey OOKSTANTiNOPLB June near Siaekle a man of creat wealth demanded for his release been dispatchedin purgaitof the brigands From theriiejKican Capital States June authoritative an nouncement of tho engagement the Prin cess Victoria of Prussia to marry Prince Adolphusof SchaumbcrgLippe is received with sigh of relief wherever that young incly i well known and the feeling ol relief will be deeper still when she is married to hhrt For some years the royal families of Prussia and of England have been most anxious to marry her to somebody Her exceedingly ardent and impressionable na ture made it most desirable that she he quickly provided with a husband upon whom she could lavish her exuberant affections and the family were constantly in a state ilrcud lost in an unguarded moment she sive full vein to her impulses MKI rush Infosome scandalous mesalliance Her love alVairwlth Prince Alexander of Batton Bulgaria was entirely of her own seokins and uiany of her relatives were In favor of her marriage to him simply on the score of propriety and to avoid further worry about her When Prince Alexander forsook her and married Mile Louyngor sho was almost beside herself with disappoint ment and rage so that tor a time the ques tion oi putting her under forcible restraint was considered Her relatives redoubled their guardianship of her and also their efforts to find her a husband in which latter they have not succeeded Prince Adolphus is only the youngest son of a very potty and inslgnifi cent German princclet of the SchaumbergLippe which only comprises about miles and less than inhabitants Prince Adolphus had jio prospect ever of coming even to this petty throne three obiothers older ofthem has several children But the prince is rather a fine and spirited young soldier and of good adqress Is is considered likely that the couple will go to England to live Not long ago in despair of finding ahus band for it was arranged that tho Princess should go to London ana occupy suite of rooms at Kensington whoreshe would bo under eye her grandmother the Empress Frederick and EmperorMyilliahi mother and brotlier of the young agreed to provide her with a ssifllcientinrj come to keep up her style To this sho she was about lo go to London Princo AdolphuswAis bit upon us the brldegrpofc The at Kensingtonare still en gaged for her she andher husband will probablygo r lioiieynKJoyrr Thetlato of notyet fixed but it will soon Tlio princes and princessesof SchaumbergLippe nxe all serene Their seat is the bourg which by American In irreverently dubbed THE MAYKKCE June great printiugex hibition opened in Electoral yes terdayV This exhibition tion of the four hundred fiftiotu atuil versaryof the invention of the display includes specimens of every lOntt of printing apparatus and the produvts thereof from the time of Guttenberg to the T present The state some bits of printing by Guttenberg Next tho anniversary of GuUenbergs birth and there will be an imposing demonstration in his The whole ated and there will be elaborate Jn theGuttenberg Casino which built on the tAact site of the house In whica the iuveutor was SALE OJT A BnusSKLS Juno The seventy fifth niversary of the battle of Waterloo is pres be celebrated in decidedly a novel way and one not a little to be may also be said to bo dIscredltable to the What would you say in America if Vernon or Old South Church be sold under the auctioneers ielic of Waterloo is on almost tho ni versary of the to be sold to tbo highest bidder and thereafter in bUily will soon be is not altogether as place as these yet it is one of the most interesting and important memorials surviving Of It rnpre over been immortalized the great est of English poets and by one of est of English novelists That this date be menaced with destruction seenis pitiable and one wonders whys iiitle of Englands surplus used t6 secure and preserve memorial the greatest of the for sUcii auction is none sinate manager Intlie and actress v story ol raoger edu Hereis the way the story as mndi thesbn aregonfe where turn ex te never Ff not isurpais who piayedsp company has been toconstruct a harbor at for America ii 1 iUCIJE the port to belinked witb Great building in Rue de la Blancliisserie in and y rbelr famous ball on the very graphically byi cspeeially Actually founded on fac very walls are whitewashed are boarded up hich Thackeray id Becky Sharp ployees f Portland struc reductlou of is it the point of declaring of Islind mi i art al armed bodies of other 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