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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - September 1, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                NX J L PIRQULATION EXCEEDING 1 OS1 I i n THE MOST EXTENSIVE i arc ix THIS ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION VOL 235 SALT LAKE CITY TIT AH5 MO I SEPTEMBER PHICE FIVE CEKTS The Distress of the Irish Peasantry Oommands Salisburys Attention THE QUEEN SEEKS Magnitude of the Australian Stride Crusade Against the A Shocking Barbarity in and Cufls M Aug San Francisco Chronicle Sal isbury before the Parliamentary TCOOSS and separation of colleagues In the Min istry said that Cabinet would not nicest again before the middle of November ex cept in case of a rtciniincl irig tho attention of the Ministry that nothing ahead either at or abroad which wits at all llkdy to to a of which would demand niin isleslal attfiitfoii Iblrt ovidout now that Mio Premier 3foro Kijht WHrt at fault The political from UK Irish faMUim mako U absolutely necessary for the of Cabinet U hold iseries of tlnic in for Is so hcrlous tnat U in now by the Oovorri press and IrnpocaUvoIy JjdoniaiKHthe aUentlon of tho Government itself It IH not Uio potato drought alone that is causing fiio rtlsbruHK of tin punplo 1 himl The rewnt incessant rains have largo amiH of wheat and so that the aro luft almost Imlpless in sonm localities so of any sort of relief for the Tho Irish Lml OormnlHslon report was compiled early In AiiKUst that tho apart from potatoes presented a Iiopoful aspect Uln wus n too or miasiirhitf fjtfutomont but falsifica tion of tho position upon the enni report whlnh lias been indulged in by tho Unionist press hasdune much to put tin untruthful upon cor rect slalomiints of Inoroaalnjr famine and ruUiod crops Mr Half our Ohlef Becnstary for Ireland wotiJ to Balmoral ycsfconluy of the to report to her on the state of livlond and Mm of Uio famine Mi Mldiael Uavitt has wrlMou an article in which ho that ho wishes to focus tho attention of the whole Irish race during thccoinlng urdeal upon this truth of tlio Kltuutlon namely that HICKS blinking atthofaot that a horny rule parliament could not pruvont on tho west const of Ireland If tliu present population rtmaliiH there and depends upon the potato irop Yearafter year tho people ho says must have more lurid to cultivate They niustj till a srentuivariety of produce and there must all extension of grazing hinds which aro now too contracted for tho needs of tho people Otherwise Kays Davitt the only remedy of emigration oub of the country Is inevitable us tho people ean iiot remain as they aro and escape starva TUB CW9AIW AGAINST TITK JEWS Tho AngloJewish Association and tho Jewish Hoard of Deputies aro about to hold a mooting for tho purpose of reconsidering the position of their race in Russia and the attitude of tho Utisslan Government toward thorn f ho latest news whluh has boou re ttlvurt here from St Petersburg is that Dournovo Minister oC tho Interior spcrutlv ordered lhat tho provinces shall put Into active execution the u leases against the Jews willoh havo hitherto lair in aboyaneo Tho English bcMiniilttees will probably ap peal to Lord Salisbury to diplomatically protest against tlio action o tho Russian authorities and They will appoint a dologa Kion to ask an Interview with tho la he stay Ins at tho Danish court It ir slated Iliat 0000 Jews of Wllna havo emi grated on mussui to 1alostine A TUlUMPIt AMUOA Tho East Africa Company has ac quired astrip of territory along tho wcstorn budor ot Congo He ale which Joins both tho mltlsti territory on Victoria Nyanxa and that ou Lulco Tangauyikl This cession of foots a luncUon of tho British Eastern African possessions with British territory in South Africa which was refused under the YngloGorumu Convention This sup plements Loul Salisburys settlement very satisfactorily and aocwinplisnys territorial connection for the British from north to jouth tho surrender of which was one ot tho most serious objections made to the arrangement with Germany Tho Ger man territory now will not touch Congo State but win bo by British land Arr CTJFFS is SICK Tho aastdulty with which tho British papers this week have boon denying tho rumors about Albert Victors failing health only calls attention to tho faoUs in the case There is not the slightest ques tion collars and ouftV is suffering romii very doprcsslng malady He is boolc Init no public enpvgoiuontsnndisliing much Miorc quietly than the young ot his ago and opportunities do In holiday time Tho ailment whatever it Is does not seem easily Thestory certainly false TUB HUSH FAMINE Michael Davitt who returned from a Aisltyesterday to districts siivs wittors aro closoly approaonlng the dark famine of 1847 AJKNNINCJS nKfR Tlio heir of the famous Jennings family haviMuado o now move Thoy claim tho esitafro of Lord VIowo There havebeen hithorto sovorul aeclons allot which have favor of tho but George Wolls pno of the heirs brought about a crisis lu a man ner Ho obtained permission Lo look over the Sudbury place about twenty nvllett west of Tpswiuhy belongs to the jfpwo estate When on the inside house he absolutely refused toleave it and declares that he will remain there untilhe is legally ojootod tifitf ho claims that now ho will bo able to discover a oortalu docu inttnitwhich he has longwanted but to Vfnyh he haa li3 has bnrroilall the doorsand windows on tlCo ground iloor and and prepared himself tostand a soigo and to food and necessaries ot life are taken to him frlouds into a a strin is attached and from au up pot story window no pullsup his provisions SJyveirai of the heirs Jennings faraiUy aiio now living in as to what was rOfjuJror of them In addi tion to the proposal to boycott all ships ar riving from Australia wiilah the Colonial unions have phiued underIntercet request is now madeto remit funds Straightway nil the 1rovlnciaJ bianches throughout Great Britain were instructed to dally to invito local unions of other trades w contribute A meeting of delegates is to be held once to organize a national subscription Manifestoes aro to bo issued in East London inviting assistance and a proposal is to be made at the Trades Union Congress at Liverpool to recommend the movement to every trade society throughout the King dom Tho struggle in Australia evidently go IriK to he a matter of life and death between labor and capital Every day telegrams show that tho is extending to trade societieswhich are far removed in the first instance from the original disputants This Is easily understood when we remember how completely trade unionism is fed orated in the Antipodes Tho employers too evi dently stand shoulder to shoulder and the struggle which visitors to Australia long iintlcipatod is nowraging Ft is ex pected tho 1JijgliKh contribution to maintain the work men wIM approach Aug full police force and one hundred special constables were on duty today but the labor demonstration proved orderly Forty thousand men rcp rortentlng all trades paraded the streets Meetings were held THK OF A FIEND A Polish Ijiid Treated for Stealing nn Apple BRRMN Aug TMspateh San Francisco Chronicle cornea from the city of liylstoclf Poland of tho fiendish revongo takon on a poor boy fur Uio stealing at a single applo Isaac Shiloke wich is I old One day ho was pass Ing by nn orchard by Sorgln Frondianow onoof the wealth lost men in the province famous in that part of Poland a scientist Tho doctor saw tho youth take an apple and dispatched his servant aJJer Jiini Dr Kroudlauow first gave Tsaao a sovore That did not wear out his rage luitsoiMiiurt rather to increase Its vlolpnoo Ill ho said to rob J will murk you so that nil tho world shall know voi for the thief that you aro Ho badu his servants bring him some stamping Irons which he used about the placo lledlroctiulUicm to Dlnil Isaac so that heoonld a muscle Ho tooic Uui stool lotlcrs and sob up the Hebrew word gunow In Ktissltin eharaoters tho stampin the lire until it was almost ml hot and thon with tiendish ho forooil tho iron upon the of the boy Tho victim fainted Tho doctor thun sot tho Polish word moaning thief in tho frame hen sulllciontly hot ho stamped tho word upon both Tho fiendish doctor ohiicklod over them Again ho resumed h s Inhuman task of preparing tho stamp Lh s time ho set tho Uiussian word for tlvlel frame Vov tho third time ho heated It and pressed tho red hotstavnp u pon Isaacs u ppor Up rind chin he aw u I soroanisof his victim waniod tho doctor that ho must uso caution Ho carefully drossiecl the wounds and gave tho boy an opiate Then lie sent him home The barbarity of tho deed aroused the poor pooplo of tho olty Thoy threatened vongonoo fright ened and ollerptl to pay the boy to havo the mattor dropped Tho money was refused however and a prominent lawyer taken tho boys case The doctor has boon arrested FRENCH PROJECTS Sahara A Sea Canal to Ilnilway Route PAHIS Aiig Minister of Pub submitted to the Cabinet a of tho and 11c la project for the construction of a soa canal to Pans Tho commission of Inquiry investigating the transSahaha railway scheme has ap proved Uio Oonstaino and Bis kra in Algeria across the desert to Lake Toluid This route Is by way of Tlmissinni and and traverses the Ttmrogs onuntrv Tho lonpth miles Tho is backed by the Banciuo iutsso ot Accepts a Aug Dispatch San1 Francisco Chronide do Lottvlllo has boon ohallungod to mortal ooinbat by the London correspondent of GUblas The challenge wus sent one ou Friday morning Tho trouble arose from tho stories that tho Marquis had induced Mrs Frank to consent to marry him Gilblas bristled with sarcastic Hums from which Do Leuvlllo simply described us scurrilous and cowardly and said that he would add to tho klcc ho had already tho writer a good in tho faco This brought the challenge Do it at onco He sent ouo of his scooncis Sir Claude do Crcspignoy to arrange details Tho duel is to take place on tho Continent on Thursday next if tho principals can evade tho police olllcora who ure izow shadowing them Do Glors Is Satisfied ST rccoiv ingthortliplonuits yostordity expressed him self complotoly sntislied with tho result of the reeonu interview between the Czar and Einpeiw William Thq niooting ho said fresh and solemn affirmation of relations existing betwoon Kussia and Gormauy and would certainly oontri I bute poworfuUy toward the nmintenance I of the peace of Europe j TIic KuJser in a Stpnn Aug imperial yacht had a very stormy passage frqm Russia She narrowly es capod coll Whig with a light ship and her deckhouses and stanchions were damaged Tho yapht pitched so badly that the sailors from and many irooolvocl severe bruises injtirtos Notwithstanding the entreaties of the qfficors tho Emperorremained ou dook diirlns the worst of the storm Trade tfnions Will aii Active LoxnOKv Sai6 Francisco ling Iii impOrtancefail trade questions Is the state of tilings which Uistrftila Bvory has of of the calling ou t Qf Vheni news ho Journal of in an article on the ac ofAbdul II Turkish gloriously praises tho Sultans and farseeing policy which it says of uniting theBulgarians aud Ihelr sbyorelgn by bonds ol gratitude StambuloflV Bulgarian Minister visited tho Socretaryyof the lorte and of The State Department to Investigate THE LEGAL AND DIPLOMATIC ASPECT Guatemala Had a to Seize Barrundia and to Shoot Him But Mixnor Was Not Justified in Order ingHis Surrender CITY OF MEXICO Aug Dis Francisco Chronicle A cipher dispatch freni Guatemala today confirms tho news that General Jose Martin Barrundia was murdered aboard the Pacific mail steamer Acapuloo by tho authorities of Guatemala The advices say that the ciptaiii of tho port with nine of his guard first boarded tho Acapuleo and demanded tho but Captain refused to accede to the demand and threatened that if they attempted to take Barrundia by force ho would call for aid from the United States nianoCwar lying near and that they would first have to yalk over his dead bpdy The crew oftho stood In roadlucss to repel anyact of violence on tho of of tho post and Ms guard and after some panleying the latter retired in Lholr boats to tlio shore Several hours elapsed when they again to tho vessel bearing an order from MInistor Rlixneifor iriimodiate surrender of Barrundia Tlib was highly in ueiised at Mlxners and again protested against the of pass enger bul had demand which guarantood Barrunclias Hie The cupiabi of and his nine men wont to the stateroom by Bar runcUa stationed themselves about the door and then knocked Harrundia ap peared all fired upon him and he fell dead seven bullets having pierced Ms body It was one or the most coldblooded murders that has over occurred in the annals of Guatemala where life is sacrificed so cheaply Captain Pitts and angry but was powerless to act The United through MiKiior Is considered responsible Cor deed and the Americans ire wondering what will be done by the Government at Washington to clear Its THE SEIZURE WAS IjAWFUL But Miznera Conduct Was Inex cusable and Contemptible WASntNOTON Aug fTBIBUNE DJS patch San Francisco Nothing is yefc known at tho State Depart ment of tho Barrundia escapade and the to express an to its legal or diplomatic aspect but from a gentleman hove who is both a lawyer aiicl a trained 1 obtainecl the follow ing1 opinion v Under tho law contraband as ex pounded by the very bcst authorities the Guatemalan officials had a right to demand tho person of General Barrundia a known enemy of their even from a noutral whilowithin their Jurisdiction This ho certainly was being on this steanier Acapuleo in the harbor oil San and presumably a marine loagiio of tho shore which is included in the territory of a country So far tho Guatemalans wore within their rights but for tiho Unitjod States Minister bo lend ills personal influenoe and authority lo project and facilitato tho capture oC a political roCugoo who had sought safety under tho flag otj the country that Minister represented would be an act so inoxcusablo anclso1 iittorly contemptible as to merit sovoro condemnation from ils official superiors Fronv all accounts the capteln of the Acapalcd was1 nob clis posed to Barrunidia up to his uiomics and only yieldedwliion ho was con fronted with the oflicial order of Minister Mizner Nearly all nations extend tho right of asylum to political refugoes and if the published reports mro Minister by Ivis ignoranco or worse has placed his Government Ina blo and Imuiiliating attitude Another theory of the affair is that Minister Mizucr may have pointed out to the captain of the Acapuleo the purely legal aspect of the case and advised him not to endanger the lives of his crow and passengers by resisting too far tho demands of the Guatemalan authorities If this is the course hei pur sued ho thon only performed his duty bub tho tenor of the dispatches do not tcind to conilrm this APABAIilJBiiCASK Tlio Queen tiua aocotiypanjed by her Primo Minister Seiior herov todty iiOrt antl witnbsscd new j that whicli Qiieon christened tolaw Vv Gomcx Alfaiiv of tjiiplomatic Precedents WASHINGTON State De partment has takon full particulars of tho shooting of General Ivarrundla ou board an Amorican vessel lying in the tho Guatemalan Goyorutucnt and until tho facts and circumstances connected with tho uiTjiir ure known It dobs not care to express any opinion of tho case nr of the course of Minister Mizuer i A ease involving the identical principle occurred and iuthat case Secretary ter to Central Aineriua that the guan Government Jhadi to take thoj man wanted merchant vessel provided she weroin Nicaraguan waters In a dated Guatemala February Secrelary Frelinghuyseu that proposed to takefrom on board the Pacific steamer ttien lying imrSan Juan Dol ptissengcr named Gonicz in Nicar agua answor charge ixnplii catcd in Hall said ho ivad1directed Managua to Govorn liient that our has sen tod atid ndvcr will to foreign any uiuoh less id not give up ships and Great Britain has not protested establishing a diplomatic precedent The Barrundia affair differs from tlie in that the man was but theright to bPing the right to kill if resistance is an oldestablished principle of law The principal criticism mfede in diplo matic circles of Minister course is that of unnecessary1 tnterfeiionce is suggested that bo might have simply stated to the Guatemalansthattheyseized the man at their own risk but the Department waits exact information as to what he did do A SAVAGE HUSBAND He Hacks His Wife to Be heads Her Paramour PARIS Aug Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle city Js horrified over a frightful storyof brutal and savage vengeance which conies today from Algiers Omesaa is a wealthy newpa per proprietor who has a handsome wife and sho foil io love with a handsojno French officer named Colonel Songiier The hus band heard strange stories and determined to prove their truth or falsity antt toJd his wifo he wus going away and prep arations Mo returned at and saw his wife receive tho officer and load him into an inner room whets supper was spread They shortly retired and the husband broke in with a scimitar a struggle tho officer killed him cut off his head and then hacked his wifo until she could be no longer recognized Ho has been arrested i A STUPENDOUS MINING OPTIONS ON Air LEADING MINKS THE An Eijgllsli Syndicate to K5uy tho Whole for TweuffcySevon Million Dollars Aug Special to most stupendous mining deal ever attempted in tho West is now pending H is the sale of all tho big mines at Aspqn to an English syndicate for The sum Is enormous and when one at tho figures at first thought it seems but when the vast deposits of mineral wealth which they will secure aro considered in credulity gives away to belief There Is no question but what deal is on and the facts are as firmly founded blioAspen mountain the great treasure house or nature About months ago Cecil 0 Morgan tho min ing expert wont to London to dispose pC some mihinc properties in Scott the wealthy Englishman was formerly president of the Colorado Midland Eailroad J Eager man tho Colorado Springs millionaire and a number of qther parties were in to Mr Morganjhas been atdillorent times connectedwifcH sev eral of tho rich mines in tho Aspen including tho and Boil Alter ootisidorablo work ho suo cccdod in forming a syndicate composed o ftboat fifty financiers London i ng a wenlthot neiirly returnhe began of securing tioh on liho Very and in less than alnonth the the uegoiiiations has secured optiionson tlio leading mines including the Aspen Mining and SraeJtlngOpm panys niinesUnd smelter Franklyn Com promise Bonnie Bell Johnson andSmuggler and the Deep Shaft Somo of tho named were fairly staggering TheAspen mine being put in at a cool The total valuation reaches the enormous sum Of EMBRACINGSOOIAMSBIv An Agitator Meets WithGreat Suc ocss in Pennsylvania SCOTTDALIS Aug DlS San Francisco Cliroriiclc An unexpepted element in secret societies is coming to the surface in the Colcirig district Heretofore Socialism has been unknown except in individuals For several weeks however one Jonathan New York city has been circulating amongthe minors and cokers in the Up to this writing he has established societies in secret in all of the princi pal towns Ho has establishedfourteen societies and several more will bo organized within a few Jonas avows the purpose of Socialists issknalyto rovolutionlxe society and urge ait equal division of wealth and other wellknown Socialistic idbas bloodshed will jiot be resorted to unless that issue is forced by Germans and Slavs are the chief promoters the move spread ing with alarming rapidity A big secret rneet iiair is Doing hold in Scottdale tonight where unintelligible bloodaudthunder speeches are being fired v i THE NEWFOUNDLAND CONFLICT 1 The uaptain th ein i n Vnd sailed The Colonial Office Fears Sevious Trouble With tlie French TOTIOKXO ADis Series A specialcable from London says is now the higlit of the dull season attention is being directed to an article by Sir riwillhim Minister a new the Review on the Newfoundland most by thewriter is that after placing the colonys caaebefore thecolonial oillce thendiligently urging the necessity early decision they confess th at fear thatnot much prppress has been the warntho dauger arisitig are aljp wcB to driftas say that tics of a serious con flict between the prench byno injeans rc The MAU S IS NOW SHELVED Bay Wilkcs Beats the Worlds Rec ord in 14 THE STALLION RECORD ALSO BEATEN A Startling Turf Announcement From Independence Records Illinois Cy clone Knocked Out in Eiffht Sunday Ball Games INDEPENDENCE Iowa Aug 31 and Roy Willces each lowered a record hero yesterday Alabasters performance was In tho second heat tho fouryearold the fouryearold trot ho won in breakin stallion record Roy Willces was sent to beat his record of and boat tho worlds record making tho mile iu A TROTTING HORSE DKAfc A California Investing in a Brood Marc CIIICAOO Aug An IntcrOccan special from Lcxington says A great deal in trotting horses is on Monroe Saulsbury tho Californian placed with Brasfleld JMpton to be invested in trotting brood mares Up to date has been invested the purchases consisting of two mares one of which was secured in Nebraska for a Roy Wilkes mare out of a daughter of Mambriuo Patchcn with a filly foal by Bell Hoy and the daughters of Wilkes Boy sire of Angelina Somo years ago adds the Correspondent it was said that Salisbury was about to for sako horses Tle present revelations how over indicate that he is in the business to stay KNOCKED THE CYOIvONE OUT Tommy ban forth Put to Sleep by Reddy Brennan Aug Tommy Inn fortb of and Reddy Brennan of Memphis fought a finish fight to day with ounce gloves for i purse of at Ark The men entered tho ring weighing pounds each Brennan looked not having an ounce of supornuous Hosh while Danforth looked hoovv and fat and it AVRS evident that ho lackedtrainihp were f outfit and althonshDanforth seemed the most scientific mnn scoured knockdown in the first round and first blood in the second The Memphis man f outfit cautiously and pntlie defensive up to the last round evi dently saving himself and trying to wind his opponent received severe puuish montfrom Danforths heavy fitfit which he took quietly and with great endnranco In thocitfith and final round Roddy made a rush for Danforth dealing him a terrible cut orer tho loft eye fol lowing it up with a heavy blow on the neck laid the Streator lightweight out BICYCLE RECORDS BROKEN FILTH AND DISEASE Fast Time Made Tyy Ijong and Short Distance Riders OITIOAGO Prank E Spooner the champion longdistance bicyclist yesterday broke the twentyfourhour riding record the number of miles rid denin twenty hours fiftyminutos the actual riding time being 302 against 2S9 made by Myers two PROVIDENCE R T Aug 81 the bi cycle G Lumderi broke the quarter mile worlds record making it in tho formerecord being Rows time of jjarver Breaks His Record Aug Dr Oarvor boat his own record today four minutes and twenty seconds in breaking 1000 glass balls with a rifloin thirtyfour minutes The Western Association T Kansas City 1 0 Paul 9 7 Milwaukee SIOUX CITY Sioux City CLEARING HOUSES The the Ujeading Cities for liast Week Aug to THE TRIB following table from dispatches from the cloariiiRhouses of tLo the gross exchanges for last week withvthe relative percent ot in oreaso and as against similar Amounts for the corrRSpondihg weekln New JJostoii Chicaro Phiirtdeiphia St Loiiis San Fnui cisco i s Kansas Buffalo Louisvillo Orleans Providence St Omaha uidoncarperitors attended a tions of Hu tlubsfc enth ilsiasin display ed the the Ian KQ y er n avei rVord Ho A telegraVii was receiveck tli o j pvti ith ou c Executie Board din gvto ereoulre nfeii i i 1 MU ivii w n Clearances M i 17 W 301 Incrsc 2 S 6 35 I 35 0 C ri 43 5 77 4 31 0 n 7 IT 0 52 T 17 3 13 4 27 7 182 Decrse 4 4 81 11 7 The Blinncapolis City Council Guilty of Criminal Negligence Aup f TRIBUNE San Francisco For the last week there has been a notice able increase in the number of what are as preventable diseases A com parisbii of Iho different months dxiring sunnner shows that the increase has been steady and uniform Tho deaths from diphtheria typhoid fever and diarrhoea have increased at an alarmiiis rate Tho report of deaths for the last few days of August are not in yet but the deaths from thcno causes as reported are June 19 July a and August 120 Health Officer Kilvington says that in al njost every ease the cause of the disease can be traced to tho proximity or a cesspool or vault These cannot bfi cleaned because has to furnish the means where with to do so Tho health officer says ho fears there will bo an epidemic unless a special meeting of tho Council is called and money is appropriated for sanitary pur poses PLAYED THE PRODIGAL SON Two Clever Rogues Tap a Pennsylva nian for Three Thousand THE END OF AN OLD KENTUCKY FEUD Uniqn Labor Lenders Mobbed in Absconding BftnJc Teller Captured Incendiary Fiends Fire Brooklyn Tenement Criminal Record Frnneo and Italy DON Aug The Italian and French Governments have failed to agree regard i UK the formalities attending the proposed visit of the French squadron to Spexxiu to do honor to Vina Humbert on the occasion of the launching of a now Italian war ship at that port In consequence tho Vina has decided not to so to Spczzia out to send tho Duke of Genoa to represent him It is feared a political coldness between tho two countries will ensue DEPEWS SILEHCE BROKER KNOWS NOTlirXG ABOUT CAUSES OF THIS STRIKE THE or to be a tho district But tho RosxiltWLU Bo to Weakcm the Knigrhts of Workmen Terrorized by tho McKInlcy B1U LONDON Aug TiUBUNR Dispatch Francisco Chronicle M Pepow is bore again homeward bound He expats to arrive in New York hi time to tell the State Board of Arbitration that he knows positively nothing about the Cen tral strike or the cause which led to it provided tho board is disposed to call him as a witness Ucpcw does not think that any inquiry from a purely political board who depend on getting the popular side of a dispute in order to hold their places promises well for careful consideration and judicial decision 5n tho interests of tho Central Railroad Company or any other corporation llopuw believes the failure of this strike utterly destroys the power of the Knights of Labor as an organization while It strengthens the hands of the trades unions and tho Federa tion of Labor So Ions as labor disputes aro confined to trades said Dopcw it is compara tively ensy to reach some agreement be cause then you can doal with the workmen who understand their trade and know what they are talking about In dealing with a Knights of Labor committee yon could make no more impression upon them than you could oil a glass ball when rolling it around in the hand They would not understand what you were talking about Tho chair man of the Knights committee which called upon me once to discuss a very Jntricato question of railway management was a cab driver I know of another case in which a serious strike among glass blowers was dered by a whohappened Master Workman in where the trouble Depew said that ho had sound assurance from homo that tho only dissensions among the Republicans on McKinley bill was ou Blaines reciprocity policy and that the majority were rapidly coming around to Blaines views I can hardly tell the terror that prevails in France and Germany about the passage ot tho Mc Kinley bill This terror has broken through tho official crust of the upper classes and soaked well into the people of the manufac turing districts In France and Germany particularly whole villages and districts where the people subsist from year to year on nothing but the product of their labor sold in America believe that tho McKJnlcy bill means starvation to them and I am as sured by men competent to speak that it is impossible to allay this feeling of alarm In England it is not so bad except among the The easygoing British workman believes that he can get a living somehow but several manufacturers told me that if the bUl became a law they would certainly build factories in GIEANE1 AT THE CAPITAL The Congressional Programme Brazil Anxious fori Reciprocity The conference re port on the River and Harbor bill will be pre sented in the Senateearly in the wrick and forit If likely to lead to an erteuded debate the report will be laid aside and thcTariff bill proceeded with The debatp measure will be closed Saturday The House tomorrow is given up to motions to pass measures under a suspen sion ofthe rules TheClnytoMBreekin ridgo election case will probably come up The reciprocity amendment to the Tariff till reported from the Finance Committee week waa last night the subject of an interview between Senator Aldrich and Mr Brazilian envoy on i special mission to the United States amendment was satisfactory 10 Brazil arid she would be one of countries concessions to the linked States in return by a il of tin duly on faim products exported fioni t n T i Stites ind would ulmi free Pnmd St Ucs implements ind imJuncix supplies including railroid iron Ui would ilbo moke i reduction 01 d least 25 per cent in the duty on cotton ind le ttber goods and clothing from the Tjniicd States LARGEST CKjOfE I2f WOliLD The 1 truest traveling cr ine in the v hich the corps of and mephan ical engineers has for sever il ueek f been setting up in the gtmshcp at the yaid here is now in practical operation It has a lifting capacity of 110 ind tests made a few ago in thp presence Govetntncnt officers were atstactory The to til weight of the crane without f ame the tlacks upon whicn it runs and the square shaft which propels it is ISo tous Thf machine cost the mcnt Aug Francisco Chronicle Lovi Moyer a wealthy and iutluential has just been victimized of SMOO in cash two deeds of valuable property and a gold watch worth Moyer his wifo and son Hy composed the family Hy wns way ward and at the ago of 35 he mysteriously disappeared Eighteen years rolled on and no word was received from him and luvwas given up for dead A few days aga how ever a welldressed man arrived hero and inquired for Lovi Moyor and family An hour later he was in their arms welcomed as their long lost son Tho news of the prodigals return penetrated every nook and corner of tho village He was lionized and made of attrac tion at a few social gatherings gotten up in honor of hi return lie stated that he came from California on a visit and to in duce if possible his parents to disposeof their property and go back with him He told all tho story of his wanderings and how he accumulated wealth His overjoyed fathor awaited with great anxiety tho arrival of his sons partner who Henry said would come shortly Both had come East to test the genuineness of a big schcmo whereby they expected to real ize a largo sum Several days after the partner George Lessijx arrived His recep tion was no less cordial than llys They Jiually induced the father to go into the scheme the particulars of which could then be made public The father said Jio in the house also two dertds upon which he could raise a good sum aqd if the proposed scheme was ill right he would in vest Preparations wero begun for thotrio to start for California in two days Last night about a dozen of thofamilys most intimate friends assembled at Moyorsi to have a nights pleasure before their de parture Shortly after midnight the party dispersed promising to been band to see them off in the morniug Before Henry and his partner went to their room they posed another drink which tho quartette partook of Drugs had been put drinks prepared for Moyer his wife and in a short time they weroin a stupor The two partners who were noth1 ing less than desperados thon broke open the little iron safe where Movers money and valuables kept After stealing them and ransacking tho house thoroughly the Oalifornians then Some of tho gentlemen who had promised to see the patty ofl called at tho house early tlils found tho Not seeing around they thought it grew suspicious them for tho first time that Moyer was tb6 victim of a pair of confidence men They then foupd the aged couple ly ing on the floor in a from efforts failed to arouso thorn and medical aid was then summoned t When Moyer and his wifo awpko ized what had happened they broke dowa completely They their son would never have committed such a but neither they nor anyone else 3s able to say whether it was their son or not THE END OF A FEUD Sixteen FrenchEversole does Lodged in Jail LOUISVILLE Aug Gather who has been in command of the giving protection to Hazard reached sixteen prisoner Among them are French EversoUvand George W solo leaders in the FrencliEversolo which has caused continuous danger in that section for many These leaders wjH beheld without trial at Winchester The Judge of the Winchester court has a reputation ing murderers convicted and There were nine others who have been engaged in the feud in the past brought to the town of Winchester and a number wero left under guard at Hazard AN ARKANSAS MOB Unioix Iabor leaders and Election Tickets Stolen r ST Aug from Little Eock says a mol br250 some mounted and some on yesterday surrounded Morrilltown labor jnassmeetinR was to roeheld there On the incoming traic frorn among others was T B wcnknown union Georgo Small of Con way aV prominent white here for the purpose of tickets for use in the Conway tion tomorrow Small carried in all in a r When the train stopped the crowds ormen sprang forward and poured into the coach wnereMcLaughlin arid were seated brutally assaulted captured ticicets and then enr out All the houses were closed every jnanrand boy was out taking part in th general excite mcnt came b ick tonigbt and decrintion of tin5 created a great dew1 ot futement i the ones stoleu THF COLONIES The Federation Idea Gaining Pacific Cable LONPOK Aug n fTRinuNp Dispatch San Fran cis6o Chronicic Series vices from Australia nti that the rocnt for a parliament of all the Australian colonies nf gaining slreogth Much discontent is fdlt with vthf Germin progress jn JSrew The people of are comnlammg loudly Of the of their cible TJ in 4he cable been numerous contrnent from the world for a good portion of the this state of tho ilJans are more willing eanthan they might otherwise to tho scheme for via Sainoa and Hawaii vto Ufoe States and British large amount of private capital is ready to ttyis f t bouso t workfif it r t v ij v i l v t Au Teller Nrw IOUK A tig tht ibsconding paying Worcester with lufl naisfoss WLOrt JO ZT turred to this country All the stolen bonds lining of Kimbairs money was all gone Mutilated ly Pa Aug 3 the eastern part of city this in irnmg Samuel brick layer bratally footpads and robbed ot sparge Xn the struggle his OMAHA 31 Otto Jittleteck at Swede fouud dead uriaei a with his head He to Woneyt Therms NFV cendiiiry origin ent locaiitiea itt BropUy early N   

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