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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                CIRCULATION EXCEEDING In tJie City Combined THE IWOST EXTENSIVE In tlxa Mountain VOL ITS SALT LAKE CITY TJTAH3 MOBlSTIjSTa JULY 7 1890 A WHIMSICAL MINISTRY No One Can Predict What the Tory Cabinet Will Do Next A NEW DILEMMA CONFRONTS SALISBURY He Is Urged to Prorogue Pariia HaniCTit Prepare a New Pro gramme and Stick to a Signer AlWcan Slice LONDON July Dispatch San Francisco Chrnnlelc to Now York Mail and Iteprat Salisburys an nouncement in the House of Lords yostcr day of tho agreement with Germany con cerning tho partition of arid concomi tant bargains has not been received with very good fooling arid the bill alllrrnlng tho cession of llfilltfolaml which to bo road in tho Lords for timO noxtThurs lay will bo vigorously opposed when It comes up Tor consideration to tho Commons A memorial severely criticising tho defects of the bill has boon largely signed by both sides tho Government supporters as well as tho opposition and it will ho wont to Lord Salisbury a protest against tho action of tho Government Tho Capo Government has wired to Lord Salisbury protesting against tho Gorman acquisition In Datnora iand and Makuloland and discontent uoonis to prevail to great an extent as In England and tho arrangement scorns to bo regarded as seriously menacing tho welfare safety and commercial of tlie Brit ish settlors ANOTHEIl fiCAflR Tlie Cabinet Is In a desperate fix concern ing tlio report of tho committee on proced ure by the small majority of cloven to nine on tho Government Idea of the suspension of bills by a standing order thus negativ ing Gladstones amendment aiming at a bill for full discussion Tho hearts of tho Min isters seem once more to have failed them and tho new uncertainty and dilemma Into which they have boon thrown leaves thorn in reality lit a pitiable condition Thoy dont know what to do The disagreement J bo committee by so small a margin lias arontly 1C the In Conservative los are correct decided tho Government rap the suspoiiiilon question altogether but thisagain loaves It In a a nan clary It has now two ways open to It of dealing with the business of tho House It can cither forco tho Tithes bill and other pressing bills tlie Commons at once by a and unsparing of tho closure or it can prorogue Parliament after pelting tho noctisssiry supply of votes out of it without passing a single measure of any In the entire session So pro havo the vagaries of tho Ministry beoomo that no one protends to say with any posltlvonoss what It may bo expected tOr do Very urgent pressure Is being brought to bear now upon Lord Salisbury to Induce him to prorogue Parliament as speedily as possible hastening through thoabsolutely necessary legislation without delay and to tho rocoss to plant tho root of a recon struction Qf tho Ministry The Premier urged at tho same time to form a definite find strong programme and whatever It may be to adhere to It with undovlatlng steadiness until thoMlIssolutlon of the pres ent Parliament A JKHATK TODAY Tho World correspondent cables To morrow an interesting dobato will begin Jn the Commons The Irish police practice of shadowing recently adopted toward Nationalists will supply the principal ground for attacking HiUCour Ho stated the other day thai only twelve mon in all Ireland had shadowed 31 nee then secret in formation has boon convoyed to tho Irish party proving that In ono province alone nearly thrice that number wore scheduled for shadowing by Dublin Onstlo Tho debate likely to bo lively IMIANCKS AFRICAN PKMANDS PAiilS July terms which havo udon proposed to Lord Salisbury by M lilbot French Minister of Foreign for tho recognition of an English protectorate cover Zanzibar Include tho recognition by England of ex clusive French rights In Tuuls and likewise in tho region extending southward from Algeria and Tunis as far as to tlio vlvor Niger and lake Tchad This would take tho French authority straight across tho desert of Sahara Into tho Inhabited states north of tho Gulf of Guinea and would embrace important caravan routes and coix sldorablo valuable Influence FllEIGKT The SantaFc Adopts a NOAV Policy on Frciffht Trnlllc DENVER July to A local paper says Tho Santa Fo Is ar ranging to put on tho fastest freight schedule ever attempted across tho continent Tho officials havo concluded that increased traffic will lightning tuno on freight as well as well as passenger trains and this bo their plan In tho future J A freight traffic inaimffor of tho sys tem and F 0 Gay freight agent were In the city yesterday Mr Uanley said Wo havo a freight train that runs from Chicago to Donvor In sixty hours Wo put that on some time ago and find that a won derful Increase of business train of today carries tho polo that knocks the persimmons Wo are thlnldngsorlously of Jtoning up our freight schedule between and San Fratiolsoo and when com no other line can touch it Tho time from Chicago to Ponvor will bo less than 55 hours tho fastest time ovor inndo by a roguar freight across tho THE SALVADOR SITUATION Ezota Forms n Combination Zftlclivor and Moran CITV OK Mextco July Pis Francisco Chronicle situation in San Salvador Is most interest ing Tho most recent advices arc to tho cifoot that while it is reported that both Dr Zaldlvar and General Faroo Moran aro on their way to Salvador It is by no moans certain that tho Provisional Government under General Ezota will be overthrown General Ezota has made effectual efforts to unite two of the political parties In San Salvador against the Guatemalan party by making overtures to Nicaragua and Costa Rica manner us to convince these two parties that asjang as he is at tho head of the Government ho docs not intend to al low Guatemala to exercise any Influence on the politics of Salvador The parties which ho has allied together aro tho Church or conservativeelement and the Liberal party against the Guatamalan or Zuldlvar nartv Ir Zaldlvar and General Moran are Thoir supporters are known tobo under the quasi leadership of the Don ManrlopvDuque Duquo with iness relations with foreign countries will amongthe 8aa his nuiiterous enter prlsos as a distiller flourmill owner coffoe plantcr ho employs thousands of men over reiidy to do his bidding and at the same time willing to enlist morb nion in his cause Besides Duque there is Pablo Orcllaua who was formerly one of the railroad mag nates of San Salvador being chief share holder In tiie only railroad in San Salvador running from tho Port of on tho Pacific ocefrn to Marin about nineteen miles from the City of San Salvador Orol lana also holds tlio key to the situation by reason of his control of tho only two docks at Acajtilta and La LIbertad the two prin cipal seaports of Salvador General Exeta however in company with Nicaragua Is having tho port of La Union fortified so that none ofthe Zaldivar or Guatemalan party can gain control there KsiJdlvar is suro of tho moral if not of the active support of tho present Guatemalan Government ax well as that of Honduras In order to Insure the nonintervention of Jloxico tho Guatemalan Minister at tho City of Mexico Don Manuel has been Instructed to use diplomatic measures to socitro a settlement ot tho boundary question arid the Mexican claims against Guatemala and that failing to offer such Inducemfnts us will dissuade her from directly Interfering in Central American allairs An Old Man Murdered DBNVKII July Las Yogas special to tho A murder was committed in this city some time last J N Stutsman an Inoffensive old man and a tailor by trade who had been working at different tailor shops In tho city fpr tho past six or seven years was the victim His body was found about a milo west of town this after noon it having evidently boon dragged there after ho was killed Ills throat was cut from oar to oar and his face skinned evidently to prevent recognition Ho had nothing on but a pair of drawers Nothing is known at this time as to tho cause that led to tho killing or who tho murderer is WORK BEFOBt CONGRESS FIFES SHIPPING TO BE DIS IOSJSD OJJ Tho Irrigation Appropriation Will Bo Do Conloroneo Kurort on Silver Jfixpootod During tho Wcok WASIUNOTON Juno shipping bills are unfinished business on tho Senate calendar for tomorrow and ho hopes to have them disposed of without further do lay Ho will then ask to have the Kiver and Harbor bill taken up This bill with tho amendments which tho Committee on Commerce has Fryo to olYor car ries an appropriation of about and he says it la the best bill of tho kind ever prepared MoriIll chairman of tho Finance Commit too will endeavor to have tho Tarltl bill made tho order of business after the ship ping hills are out of the way Tho TafiiV bill it is understood will bo in charge oi Senator Aldrloh Tf tho 111vor and Harbor bill gets tho rightofway It Ismore than probable that the tariff debate will not begin In earnest until next week as there are threeappro priation bills come before the Senate next week one of which tho SundryCivil is Ilkoly to precipitate a debate of some Among Its provisions as it passed tho House is an appropriation of for geological surveys to bo ex pended under tho direction of Director Powell and this will bo antagonized by Stewart and possibly by other Western Senators who want thoirrigatton survey to bo conducted by the Agricultural Depart ment Tho other two appropriation tho Indian and Consular and Diplomatic Tho report of tho Conference Committee on the Sliver bill which is privileged mat tor is likely to bo presented before the close of tho week and It will probably give rise to a debate of some length A caucus of Re publican Senators is expected this week to decide whether or not to take up tho Elec tion bill which will probably bo received from the House tomorrow at thfs session Proceedings In the House promise to bo comparatively uninteresting Probably tho General Deficiency Appropriation bill tho last of tho appropriation bills will bo acted upon before tho week ended Tho Elec tion Committee desirous of securing con sideration for two eon tested election oasos Miller vs Elliott South Carolina and Larigston vs Venablo Virginia which have been Cor sometime on calendar The friends of tho Bankruptcy bill expect to bo ablo to get that measure boforo tho House this THE GE11MAN KIFJLE MEETING Which A Splendid Procession in Americans Lead July German Federal Tildo Mooting today was opened witha splendid procession Starting from Bran denburg It marched through decorated streets to tho shooting grounds a herald carrying tho imperial banners ahead of tho procession Tho different bodies taking part In tho parade were arranged in order according to I heir nationalities the visiting American riflemen taking precedence ovor the other foreign organizations A series of Industrial groups followed and after that came rlllomon representing tho develop ment of German shooting guilds since the thirteenth century and attired In costumes of tho Utleront periods A number of pic torial cars closed tho procession On reaching the town hall each section was greeted with a flourish uf trumpets and when all had arrived Burgomaster Foren bock delivered an address of wolcomo Tho paradors wore given an ovation by the thousands of spectators that lined MEXICAN DEVELOPMENT tho A New Labor Chinese Labor Contract CmOF July Bis Francisco Chronicle concession has been granted by tho Depart ment of Public Works to Jesus E Valon xuula for tho construction of a railroad from a point on tho international railroad between tho station of Piorlras Ncgras and navigation to tho coal fields of the Iforous Company of Piodras Nogras The Government will take possossioii of tho road and all its property at tho expiration of ninetynine years An English syndicate recently purchased a laivgo tract of land of Guer rero and has made a contract to bring In some four thousand Chinese to perform cer tain workupon tho tract This is the first contract of Importance for Chinese laborers to perform work in this republic over made Smashed Original Packages GirvAUD July Dis Saiv Francisco Clientele This afternoon Mrs Jamos A Smith wont in to the Ford ham original package house and commenced breaking bottles when the now agent Gust Stcinbach Interfered She assaulted hi7ix witha buggy whip striking him half a dozen times before he ejected her from tho room Ho had her arrested She was fined in the Police Court tho amount to bo paid by tho bystanders Ber husband has a protracted drunk since tho house has boon opened Premier Crisp July was another jaceno of disorder Chamber yesterday dub to Premier Crispi declarmgthathe possessed documents charges against tho municlparaufchoritles of Catania and refusing to the documents the proper timofarrlves tested againstthe Premiers MET A HORRIBLE DEATH A Young Man Torn to Pieces By a Runaway Team EVERY BONE IN HIS BODY WAS BROKEN A Burning Steamer Children Killed by the Powder Ex Stricken Father Goes Boys Drowned DENVER July to TRIE D Beardmoro a young man em ployed on Beardsleys ranch near Collatto vlllc met a most horrible death on the 4th tho particulars of which have just readied this city The young man had driven a team Into town and was sitting in the wagon In tho street when soino boy throw a bunch of firecrackers under tho horses which were young and flroy They immediately took1 fright and ran at the top of their spocd tho young man holding OIL as best ho In crossing a culvert the wagon bounded into tho air The driver was thrown from and landed on oho of tho front wheels his limbs becoming en tangled in tho spokes In an instant ho was twisted up and crushed between tho wheel and wagon box and wound around the wheel Tho horsos ran over a mile before they were captured and it was found that tho body of tho unfortunate driver was mangled beyond recognition Every bone in his body was broken and his skull crushed from which tho brains were oozing He was about 23 or age and unmarried A BURNING ADmiTT TAWAS July last night tho steam barge Seagull was discovered on The cook Maggie Conuett was unable to get to shore and was burned to death The Seagulls1 lines wore burnt oil and she drifted across the slip setting llroto the steam barge however was saved Further on the burning vessel set Emorys dock and mills on fire destroyed Loss Also Stevens docks and Sibley Bearings docks and lumber Tlio loss cannotv boascertained Sixteen million Ieet of lumber The Seagull is a total Tuly of tlie seven little victims of the powder explosion last night have died the last one being the daughter of August Smith Anna Smith agod 9 and Charlie Shaw aged 8 were tho other vJctims The father of young liiemian is crazed with grioL and last night tried to kill Smith the owner of the building where the powder was stored This wanderedaway from homo and was found near Elizabeth several miles from Industry A close watch is now being kept over him U The Coroners jury rendered a verdict in accordance with the facts as stated in last nights dispatches and condemn the prac tice of and other explosives whore children have access to them TWO BOYS DROWNED GnAjunsusiJuiiG July and Dolor Ganger two sonsof William Ganger of aged 0 find 14 years res pectively were drowned today in Antietam crook whilefishing LAST WEEKS TRADE Hot Weather Perceptible Decrease in Business YORK July Special telegrams to Bradsfcrcels indicate that of general merchandise while large has de creased perceptibly as it is to be expected at this season and tho week practically two clays short has further tended to restrict San Francisco Kansas City Memphis Cincinnati Philadelphia and Boston restricted distribution and many Western cities note a check of trade to tho of prolonged and sovoro hot weather Iron and steal aro steady and anthracite coal is really in better demand at improved prices There wero eightyfour strikes involving strikers reported in For the six months there wore 681 strikes involving strikers strikos involv ing strikers last 4SG strikes involving Bank clearings for Juno atilf tyone cities showed the cllect of speculative interest at loading markets and oral trade throughout in a de creasoof liUi tho May total But they are June of last year by por Coffee is still and slow of salo for actual lots with rates practically unchanged though months contract is thirtypoints week Kolinecl sugars aresteady and unchanged on fair demand Cotton goodsro 1n strong demand with firm prices for the trade is unim proved and a large amount of machineryis idle Eaw wool is very dull and the out look is for lower prices Copper holds steady at pound A further visible supply is reported Production on the other hand is Increasing MILLIONS IN DIVIDENDS Astonishing Disbursements on Stocks and Bonds During July NEW YORK interest and dividend payments this month are the larg est over country Interest is duo and payable month than two thousand railroads and similar the stockof these corporations on wtiich tho dividends are payable over The money to be disbursed in payment of this interest arid tho dividends of these two items over If to thiSWO add the disburse ments by the GovernmentOR In terest due on and the dividends and interest payable on bank stocks State other corporate totaliwill not fall short of one hundred million dollars The July dis bursements ori and divi donds on railroadand similar properties for the last three Stocks Totul burseuiJts THE ORDER ODD MassachusettSFcmaies S eizedWiitti San un usu all erase for em sfesicis 6ftrt 1 andKi ts caught sighs and and one order the popular feminine fancy is the United Order of Independent Odd Ladies It is a Boston institution so far as its origin is concerned and the great mass of its mem bers live in or near the Hub but its influ ence is spreading rapidly ia all directions and new lodges are starting up mush rooms all over the Stated boom is also felt in other New England and the Government officers whose duty it is to care for infant lodges have their hands full These women do to the vast army of old maids Nearly all are married women Thoy have homes of their own and children too most of them There are 1000 women in Massachusetts who hnow how to keep secrets all statements to the con trary notwithstanding A BRUTAL DEED A Drunken Shoots Down an Inoffensive Lad DENVER July A Folsom special to thoIVcTUs About 8 oclock this morning W H Riley an operator on tho Denver Fort Worth Hallway stopped into a saloon to transact business with the proprietor He was covered by a revolver in tho hands of Charles 32111s Riley grabbed the man and tried to prevent his shooting but Ellis being the stronger of tho two got Rilcys head under liis arm placed the revolver back of his neck and fired the ball passing near tho jugular vein into the left lung and near tho heart coming out on tho leftside lliley was but eighteen years old and a quiet inoffensive boy while Ellis is a drinking disreputable cowbpy considered one of the toughest characters in tho country He is under arrest and if the boy dies will prob ably bo lynched Cholera on MADRID July epidemic in Valencia has slightly Eleven new cases and three deaths at Tolova and three new cases and three deaths at Grandid v SLUGGING AND QTHERlSWS CONNORS TO MEET THE SPIDER AT BUFFALO Scotch Football Cliamjioins Coming to Alto Matched for a Race Brvll Gaines July Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle Connors of the Buffalo Athletic Ike Weir The will fight for a S1750 purse before the Erie County Athletic Club in this city on Tuesday night Special trains will run from New York Bos ton Toronto Bochester and other sporting cities John L Sullivan will second Weir and Jack Deuipsey is expected to JackAshton will be referee yon THE Park Football Club of Glasgow champions ofScotland are coming to America against the picked United States team in 1September next for the worlds PATiO ALTO CHICAGO July famous stall ion Palo Alto against the famous gray Jack record T George Middletqn of The matchwas between Middleton aud the agreement being vibe binding The conditions arethat tho horses shall trot a race of a mile heats best three In ire inharness Saturday July S0thi at either Washington Park Detroit or Cleve land Thematch isfor a For feits of from each party have already been placed with Secretary Brewster of the Washington Park Club The Western Association Sioux St Onmha Milwaukee 4 I 7 DCS Jvausas City MILWAUKEE Minneapolis 10 Tlie Aiiieric an Association St Louisville TOL15DO S Syracuse 7 I LOUISVILLE 3 I 14 I Athletics SEALSKIN COMPETITION The Alaska Company Secures the Russian Privilege SATST FRANCISCO July Chronicle states that the Alaska pany which until recently had the1 exclu siveright to capture seals in Ameri can of Behrlng sea has nowsecured1 a contract with the Eussiair Government ranting them the exclusive right tocap tureseals on thcSiberian The ntim of seals to be takeir is known to be verylarge Tho steamer owned by the company has recently sailed for Petroffsky to Tlie competitionof the Alaska Commercial Company will bo very severefor the North American Com mercial Company was recently awarded by the United States lego in and it is believed the eiTcct will be to greatly reduce the piice of skins THE il Five Thousand Knights Camp ToDay July Camp Cam ah an is occupied tonight by oyer 1000 the Uniform Bank Knights of before Monday noon the numberin camp will reach five times number The railways running to Milwaukee have re ceived notice connecting lines that nearly four hundred cars will be delivered to them at Chicago before noon on Monday for transhipment to This in cludes delegations from nearly every State in the Union The programme of the week will not open until Tuesday when given at the Exposition building a monster reception to whichwiir im mod i ately afterward go in to sess ion and willhold daily TWO THE BRIGANDS OF TODAY The of the Coniederacy Distingaished NEW YORK July Miss daughter of Jeff Europe today She was welcomed by her Wilkinson years tdif the fiifl on Quite as Bold aud Merciless as in the Days of Yore THIRTY OF THEM IN AN IRON CAGE A Sicilian Bankers Captivity A Titled Idiot Marries a Concert Hall Siren of Foreign Gossip ROME July TRIBUNE San Francisco Chronicle Those who fondly Imagine that Italian bandits belong to bygone ages and that they no longer fig ure anywhere but on the operatic and dra matic stage would speedily become con vinced of tho fallacy of their views by a visit cither to the town of Frosinoue not two hours ride from here on tho road to Naples or if they should prefer it by a trip to the ancient city of Termini in Sicily At Froslnono they would seo a gang of thirtythree bloodthirstylooking brigands male and female heavily chained and con fined like wild beasts ia a great cage con structed for their particular benefit while at Termini they would have the pleasure Of making the acquaintance of and listening to the tale of woerelated by Mr Arringo Ono of the wealthiest bankers and most exten sive laud owners of Sicily He has just effected his release from a captivity Of twentyone days in the mountains by pay ment of a ransom of in colda a the brigands who had kidnapedhiin Four weeks ago while visiting one sh to estates in the neighborhood accompanied by his bailiff he perceived a little squad of six carbineers or gendarmes halt before the gate of tho villa whore ho was sitting Upon entering they informed Signer Arrigo that they wished to know if he had any arias on the premises and if so whether he had obtained license to use thorn Tho banker replied that he had left his license at Palermo whereupon the leader of the detachment immediately proceeded to confiscate the signors revolvers and rifles with the professed object of holding thorn until ho had convinced himself by personal inspection of the document that the permit had boon duly granted Having thus obtained possession of all the weapons in the place tho an nounced their intention of placing the banker and his bailiff under arrest The captives were accordingly bound and blindfolded and were taken in broad day light into the Sancologori mountains where for the first time it dawned upon them that the men dressed ia the uniforms of gendarmes or police werejl members of tho famous band of brigands that had longIn fested the The baili IT was soon set at liberty and sent to Palermo for the purpose of informing tho partners and relatives of the banker as to the amount of mosey required for ransom Twentyone days elapsed before tho nego tiations on the subbject of the latter were completed and during this time the captive millionaire lived in a mountain cave sleep ing on a bundle of hay aud forced to con sent himself on a dietof black bread iruit and a cheap but very powerful Marsala wine The ransoai money has no Wbeen paid over to the bandits 111 full and the banker re stored to his anxious friends at Palermo A funny mistake took place on the day of his release been turned adrift by his captors at tho foot of the mountain and had not gone far when he happened to meet a patrol of three carbineers So ragged un kempt and generally disreputable did ho ap pear to them that the worthy gendarmes were convinced that he was one of the ban ditti for whom they were hunting while he on his side taught by sad experience was equally confirmed in his belief that the gen darmes were nothing but brigands in dis guise It was not until the police station at the gate of Palermo was reached that tho carbaneers became assured of his identity and consented to cut the cords with which they had secured him Owing to tho prominence and rank of Sig nor Arrigo tho Government is displaying unusual energy in pursuit of the brigands With regard to the thirtythree brigands confinedin the iron cage at Frosinone there are no less than 470 separate charges for murder burglary and highway robbery against them Many residents of mountain towns not an hours ride from hare have fallen beneath the stiletto ofthe assassins Almost the entire population of the Artena are moro or less directly engaged in brig andage and the chief of the band who is includedamong the prisoners in the cage at Frpsinone is one of the wealthiest and most respected municipalcounselors of Artena His name Is His fortune arnassed by highway robbery amounts to and hisfamq as a brigand dates back tothe days when Pasquale still exer cised temporal sway over Koine Pasquale though still hale and hearty and ready as ever for any deed of villany is old and grayheaded and stands on record as hav ing during the course of his long career committed fortytwo murders sixtysix robberies and ISi assaults with intent to maim and kill ANOTHER TITLED FOOL July 6 Viscountess Dunlo was the sensation for Londons four hundred last week Her husband Viscount Dunlo or rather my lords family is suing for a divorce which involves the most juicy scandal known in this city for many years Solicitor General Sir Edward Clarke Is coun sel for the lady and Sir Charles Russell for tho Dunlo side The case was up for a hearing before Justice Sir James Harmon last week The court was crowded by aris tocratic people who always gather to give countenance and strength to one born and in upper tcndprn It went over till next week v Viscountess Dunlo and Lady Clancarty is1 less than the famous concert hall1 singer BellDillon who with her Flo has set all the baldhoads of society crazy by their songs andscant cos and their method of rushingfroni oiie stage to in different partof the city on the same evening Shi is a blonde about average drosses I with superb stage and is aboiit22 years Of his High ness the Prince of Wales is re ported to have was born at ithe family1 seat5 Ballinaslee county Galway Ireland twentytwo years When the see the The Dillon Sisters his Ho iinallysecured an introductionto and admitted that affection Bells career re al ly u to him v JHe t i ad considered it necessary to inquire into Thou lifted her nose i in theair erfiYo opened and London will be apog with horror at the details unless as sutrgostod Bell de cides for a monetary consideration to give up the coronet She positively declines to compromise and says she will die Lady because lie sought her not she him and that he neither askecl any account of herself nor apparently expected any hence he can not she says get a divorce At tho time the hearing was to have been held last week another portion of the drama was being enacted in an adjoining court Werthehner an old love was defending a forgery suit on a note Tho forgery was committed by Bell Dillon his mistross and tho note had been taken to plaintiff by Western Bells other lover Bell had forged Wertheimers name and Western hud sold the so indorsed Both Wertheimer and Western admitted having children by tho concert singer It seems that Bell went from Wetheimcrs house having had company the night pre vious toluJirryDunio Dunlos friendsbeliovo that he will surely get his divorce trusting to evidence that Bell made him drunk before the ceremony WIH performed and conse quently that he was an involuntary agent They say she shall never enjoy tho role of tboLady Clancarty of the stage STANLEYS RETIREMKXT Stanley has eaten his last public dinner made his lust speech and attended his last meeting He was tho guest of the Royal Geographical Society at Grosvonor gallery on Thursday evening the most splendid perhaps of all the banquets given him Is now absolutely nothiut I could said vl shall write down the events of this evening in my diary for tho benefit of the posterity which 1 hope to aud with this the great traveler vanishes from the public view to reappear PEICE CKNTS WILL RETALIATE Tlse Kcw Celestial Ministers Views OH Chinese Exclusion THE LATE TREATY WAS REPUDIATED His Government Will Give Us a Dooe of Our Medicine and Prohibit Americans From EnteringChina NEW YORK July Chinese to Washington Tsui arrived on La Brottagno today A newspaper corre spondent was a passenger on tho same boat and according to tho paper had a long talk with Minister Tsui the report of which is printed this morning His Excellencys words are said to have been carefully trans lated by Mr Loo the official interpreter to the Chinese legation The Celestial diplomat is very considera bly worried over recent events n this coun try so far tho Chinese are concerned Unless the United States repeals the which now excludes my countrymen from Saturday next at the altar in Westminister his country said the diplomat wo shall Abbey with Dorothy leunant by his side j dosc ovm mcd icine 1 mean that we shall exclude citizens of the Unite States from China Wo shall bo pushed to measures of retaliation The Chinese Foreign OlHco has S07it several de mands to Blaine to repeal the law Wo have received no reply from him Of course Congress alone can set right the present outrage but the Slate Department is the proper channel for negotiations After this exclusion law was passed Secretary Bayard and tho former Minister from China Chang Yen 1ioon conferred and the result was a proposed new treaty with China which contained an exclusion clause When this treaty was submitted to the Emperor and Council it was instantly re pudiated Tlie indignation against the minister was such that his bouscgwas burned and ail his property within destroyed What is the present status of the ques tion in China The Council of State which aids the Emperor is simply waiting to hear from tho United States Foreign Gllices tion for fair dealing and honesty with foreign nations has been such in tho past that we cannot believe that you to break the treaty without reason or excuse But that you have done so there can be no doubt avid if wo find tho United States means to persist in ex cluding the Chinese from its shores wo shall procesd to the same tactics Any rupture between the two nations will of course Injure American What in China to be the rea son for your It Is generally supposed to be the work of politicians I know of course your argu ment about cheap labor and destruction of fairwages You say that Chinamencome America and save all the money they can and then take It home with thorn that they do citizens Well not exactly what every American is doing Chinese have built your Western railroads and their cheap labor has made possible and has carried through to successful completion works and enterprises which would be im possible with other labor The Chinese are satisfied with small wages and do riot strike When they are driven out capitalists will be at the mercy of other foreign laborers who will not work sc cheap and who will combine and strive to jeop ardize capital Chinese cheap labor hat been tried in various parts of the world and was always a THE PRINCE 111VEF13RS A LONDON July this week con tains a bitter complaint about the way in which Americans are taken up by the Prince of Wales to the prejudice of English ladies and this is only a rellection of what is being everywhere said under whatever incentive COSTL5T FREAKS OF FASHION Feminine toilets have this year reached a hitherto unheard of luxury of costliness Natural Jlowcrs have been entirely dis carded for imitation blossoms made of jewels At a stato ball Friday evening Lady Brooke had u Nile satin dress veiled with transparent white silk muslin all sewn over with scattered diamonds and having on her shoulders opaulcts consisting of two big fish made entirely of largo dia monds with sprays of smaller brilliants gushing from their mouths down over her beautiful Tho Duchess of Leinster had serpents of diamonds coiled all over her bodice and others erect rampant on her shoulders and chains upon chains of these precious stones were about her throat and arms Nothing jiko it has ever been seen among Englioh women before Although this is the cold est and rainiest summer wilhin memory dresses are out lower than ever under this uew regime of luxury and skirts are pulled so tight across the hips that there is only room for a single thin silk petticoat with the result that all the West End physicians are doing a roaring business A CONGO EXPEDITION BRUSSELS July Belgian Congo Commercial Company is going to send a new expedition to the Congo Stato lor explora tion It is to consist of seven Europeans and 150 native soldiers besides a creat nuni bea of carriers that may be neces sary to put the expedition in the besCpossir bio shape The object is toexplore the sources of the rivers tracing them up to their headwaters wherever possible and to try to discover the truth concerning the re ported existence 6i a great lake which has been called and which is sup posed to lie in the Interior of Congo State These plans will take into a country whichup to this time has not been seen by white men and it is expected to add materially to the worlds knowledge of the interior of THE CLEANING HOUSES Business Done ly the Banks During Last Week BOSTON July to The following table compiled from dis patches from the clearinghouses of the cities the gross exchanges for the last week with rate uer cent of in crease or decrease as against similar amounts for the corresponding week in 1889 CITIES New York Boston Chicago Philadelphia St Louis Sail Francisco Pittsburp Baltimore Cincinnati Kansas City New Orleans Louisvilk1 Minneapolis Milwaukee Denver Providence Paul Hartford is Fort St 2ew Haven Peoriii Portland Syracuse Sioux Tncoma Grand Norfolk Binniugham Des MoLnes Los New Montreal Clearances Incrse 981612 787J826 590r94 Decree o THE GOVERNOR t o 2l 5 lA 27 22 9 Outside iucrftase isot inciudlsaiu clearinghouses at this time RIOT Firemen vMpjjbcd Toy Drunken Sailors Saa Francisco C7ijpniclc Nresult of the in Maincsii ceiebratlbio of tlie fourth was made manifest Nichols Will Veto the Bill and Scold the BATOX ROUGE July Tomorrow evening tho fifth day will have expired which Governor Nichols has to return the lot tery bill either with or without his approval There Is hardly a dodbtjas to what the uthe intends doing in the matter Two of Governor Nicholss advisersstated that not only wonld the Governor veto the bill but the action of the Legislature would bo strongly condemned The veto message will be met with the necessary twothirds as the leaders in both houses are ready for any emergency A Canadian Wanted July JTiirBUNK San Francisco Chronicle The French press demand that the successor to Sir Frederick Middletoii as commander of the Canadian Militia be a Canadian La Jwtice says The secret of the painful checks which Englishgenerals accredited elsewhere have met here is dueto the want of preparation proper disposition for T tho important charge confided to thenihere It is well enough to send them here to us covered with glory If they pretehdto come here to reign a la milLairc as over a quered people hardly yet subdued they 1 will always stand agood chance of being sent back if not degraded one way or the A Madmans Fury DELHI N July In the hamlet of Barbouryille Delaware county on July undoubt edly insane inflicted a fatal wound upon Sylvanus Palmerton When neigiibors tried to arrest Gumming he attacked them with a knife Three or four times he made the crowd flee before him The farmersarmed themselves wit shot guns and Gumming was shot in the legs and wounded inthe head He continued to slash right and left but was finally overcome and jailed morning while SheriiT McCarthur was giv ing htm food tie would in all probability been stranded by the madman hadMt not been for the assistance other prisoners L v Husbands Poisoned July The garian women charged with polsonitig their husbands was concluded Two of the were tlic others four were sentenced to one imprisonmentfor tp years A New NEWTOKJ comniittee of the Santa pleted its labors tomprrbwvf wilt subr The iew scheduJe is what is called standard wages by railway Invasion grins numbers the1 citys A v The nrr angesriients uickly niade J and the 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