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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                i THE MOST EXTENSIVE BEST ADVERTISING IEDIUM ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION CIRCULATION EXCEEDING OP ALL THE OTHER DAILIES C5TY COMBINED POL 239 SALT LAKE CITT UTAH MONDAY SEPTEMBER 15 1890 PRICE FIVE CENTS EUROPES CAPITALS iinglisl liberals Advocate Autonomy i for the Indian Empire LANS FOR BELIEVING IRELAND Balfour Proposes to Send tbo Starv ing Peasants to Three French Plotters Interviewed Means to He gain the iFronch Throne LONDON1 Sept Jan Francisco Chronicle Matt iruf Kxpreny correspondent cables At tho heelH of the still unachieved pur poscof the Liberal party to reestablish a aealthfal measure of selfgovernment In troland cornea the more recently developed igltatlori for some degree of autonomy In ihe great Indian Empire of England This lubjeot is largely in the hands of thomoro radical wing of the Liberal party In con nection with a few Unionists and Tories who have Liberal Ideas and who look further ahead than tho loaders of their parties Tho Liberals proper have not yet jorocnitfced themselves to any definite policy In relation to India Mr Bradlaugh Mr Palno and other advocates of political re forms In country have brought till tbo pressurewhich they can command to bear upon Gladstone to incinco him to support by pis speeches during his corning stumping xur of Scotland before tho reassembling of Parllamont In November a proposition for vome form of home rule for India Glad rtone however hesitated even to declare himself In favor of a tentative Indian sational congress to discuss tho question of home rule and formulate a of argu stans Minister of tbo Interior proposes that Indictments shall bo found against the Com to do Paris the Duchess dUzes and others who are now confessed plotters against tho Third Keptiblio in behalf of She estab lishmentof the Bourbon dynasty It is now coming to be generally believed that the statement of the Duchess confirming the revelations which concern herself and confessing that she personally gave francs to Boulangor to prose cute hs political agitation for the overthrow of tbe Republic was made for the purpose of shielding the Comic do Paris from charges of treason and conspiracy by means of tak ing upon herself the blame which would otherwise have fallen directly upon tho head and of tho rnonarchial party anvl would have resulted far inoro disas trously for him than it possibly can for her In the event of government action In the matter Tho decision of tho Cabinet will be post poned In any event until tho first council at tho Elysee after the termination of the holidays of the Ministers so that the ques tion remains at present in abeyance FROM THE FBJBNOH CAPITAL ariont and debate on tluU nubjaot BISTRESS Balfour Will Send the Famishing PoaaautH to America r DtTBMN Sept Jan Francisco Chronicle winter sets in tho people of America will bo sked to send at loast to tho west joast of Ireland for tho relief of tho hungry jolliers John Dillon said today that he his colleagues oxpoct to raise half u rAlllon dollars for a plan campaign alone money doled out under tho plan cam paign to food and house evicted tenants ffill not do much to glvo Immediate relief jr the widespread destitution if not actual famine which is now admitted oven In Dublin Castle to bo inevitable The money wbscribed through the National Loaguo or the Tenants Defense Is applied solely for the benefit of the tenants who have defied tholr landlords and aro homeless through their adherence to tho principles laid down by tho loaders of tho Irish National move jaont John lUlon who makes tho disburse ments under tbo plan of campaign says that tie hasnow thirteen hundred families to mpport with an average of live pooplo to family It now coats on an average of tfOOO each week f Imply to nunport these tenants without Inking into ac jount the money expended hi orooting now buildings for thorn to llvo In and other ox rensos incidental to carrying on tho war jgaluab landlordism By tholr tour in AmerJoa Dillon and OBrien expect to raise monoy enough to Barry on tho plan of campaign until the next general election but for tho purpose of immediate rolIoC tholr funds will bo ivailablei for loss than pooplo On fcho other hand It will be largely under tho mark to aay that three thousand people In congestiondistricts along tho wost coast will bo utterly destitute of food boforo inow falls JohnDillon gavo me somo do tails of tho American trip oC the Irish members Ho will sail on tbo Teutonlci October 1st with OBrien and Timothy Harrington No others arc settled on ut two moro may go Dillon feels confident of going though tho PuvnollOshori case has boon trotted out purposely to subpasna Dil lon as a witness with a view provost the American tour Salisbury is trying ORriou lit liotno by bankruptcy proceed ings Tht members will spend two weeks in New York ami then scatter Dillon will work westward to Montana and tho mining regions All will return homo In January fours main remedy this year will bo to build throe or possibly inoro nutijow gaugo Iallroiuls whioh ho has beon pro mising tii build for three years but ho diiles this remedy to an oxtrmuoby building of railroads romoto regions thore Is no particular uso for them a very small proportion of the distressed pooplo will bomvttt by thorn Tho othor rem edy thut Hulfour has In vlow ami means push hard alTocts Americans more seri ously That remedy is emigration He estimatesthat at least a quarter ot a ml 11 can bo shipped from Ireland to our shores Ho knows well those arc not the son of people want Tho misfortune has drained tho west coast of Ire Iruul oiHs young men and women leaving tlie num huts there Ul led with the ugod and iii but by shipping these pooplo to Canada aud lotting thorn gotacross tho Oa iiuUui boardoius best they can Balfour hopes to ova do our emigration laws Ar rjingomorits ure already In progress to this effect Halfouv has immediate command u fund of n million dollars voted him by Parliament for this purpose somo time ugo but which ho bus not used Ho has as much moro at his cllpogal In excess of moneys voted for otherpurposes of Ireland but which ho can easily turn to this account However it is not a laok of money which will ijpsut this plan but a determinationOn tho part of those old people who uro tho Just ronnmnts of thopure Cultio race notito emigrate Throe parish priests Intho con gested districts told mo if theyused all if tholr influence to iriduoo thonooplpio emigitito hoy would not bojistoncd to but i out of one mllljon destitute pipple BalrQur will probably succeedin shipping ouo hunj thousand to Canada and tho IJnltcd iSratcs In lSCii and JStUi moro thantfon thousand deaths wore added to the usual i The Mystery Gamhcttaa Gotinod Breaks an PAKIB Sept Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle mystery has boon added to the list which deals with the postmortem wanderings of tho hearts of great men and women Tho question of tho hour which is hoard at every turn throughout the city Is What has become of Gambottas heart It is well known that after tho death of tho great statesman tbo last day of 1882 M Paul Bert had tho heart removed from tbo body preserved and to tho keeping of somo ouo whoso narao haw not yot transpired M Uert always announced that ho Intended to plnccs lho heart within tho great memorial which was erected to tho memory of tho great statesman In Paris but in 1885 M jlorc was appointed to the governorship of Tonquln and Aunam and ho died in tho far Kaston November llth of that year Seem ingly ho loft no memorandum aa place In which ho had placed tho heart Tho matter Is shrouded In tho greatest mystery and a diligent search is being maclo for tho missing organ Several distinguished Americans are still lingering In tho city Among the number is Justice Stephen Field who came to Europe In Juno for tho benefit of his health After staying hero for u month ho wont to Alx losHains and thonco to Tho result seems to havo boon eminently bone for ho Is looking remarkably woll and ho himself gays ho has almost recovered Ho Intends to leave for homo In a few days so as to bo present at tho opening of the Su preme Ooujb in Washington during next month Tho suit against M Gounod tho cele brated musician who is sued for for riot keeping his signed engage will soon como on for a hearing Gou nod signed to go to America arid direct an orchestra for sixty performances for which ho was to receive tho sum of When tho men wero ready ty start and tho finan ciers had tho money to pay pvor ho re fused to go Tho only excuse ho had to offer Is that ho fears that if ho wore to go to America ho would bo pursued In the courts by Mrs GJoorgaji Woldou If tho case Is not out of court several curious devolop nionts aro looked for as orioof tho stipulated conditions wasthat Gounodshould bo ac companied by fc certain female pianist Ha family is exciting the greatest efforts to compromise tho matter Communications are now passlngbetwoon Henry and General Boulanger Jn rcforoTioo to tholr return to Paris and sub mission to the decrees of tho high courts Tho suggestion camo originally from Rocho fnrt who has writtento the General urging this stop but Boulangor sopms to be rather afraid to make the venturd and there fore highly probable that thoexeditor may to make tho Journey alone All Americans will bo exceedingly gratified to learn of tho extraordinary success which htis lately boon aohipvod by Miss Sybil Sanderson at opera in frrussols Tier friends received private dispatches whioh state that her present engagement Is tho most sucoesstul one sho has had Sho Is called before tho curtain several times ovory night and hot singing Is warmly applauded by an audionco whioh packs tho house from floor to dome arid whioh is composed of all the bost pooplo in tho city laborers for their abundant financial help during tho trouble here seem to boar but little fruit practice Burns who Ig nored tbe Southampton strikers because they did not choose to bo led by the nose by him is rather urgent in favor of helping tho Australians Ho has written a letter In which ho urges tho London dockmon to telegraph their money and post some of their sentiment which is practical and to the point but seems to havo but small effect Less than has as yet been sent and this is an insignificant sum con sidering all the circumstances Of this total tho Dock Laborers Union has sent Liverpool arid Glasgow dockers each the sarno amount and the London Gasmens and Sailors Unions each WHAT KENNEDY DIDNT SAY Archbishop Walsh Rebuked LONDON Sept Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle bishop Walsh according to semiofficial an nouncement this morning has experienced another sharp re bull1 from Home Nob only has the Pope convoyed to Tr ODwyer his thanks and approbation of his action in his recent controversy with Billon but Dr ODwyer also received a letter of approval from the Catholic Primate ofolreland Drj Loguc Archbishop of Armagh This Will uot only bo a grievous disappointment to Archbishop Walsh but also a sharp lesson to other members Hierarchy who have joined the crowd in railing at Archbishop of Limerick flis FamousSpeech Wont Know Itself in the Record LETTING THE SENATE DOWN EASY The Judas Iscariot Phrase Amended and Quays Name Stricken The Congressional Contested Election Gases the Slave Traffic Legalized ZANZIBAR Sept German au thorities at Bagamayo have published a notice permitting everybody to en gage freely in the slave traffic only prohibiting the exportation of slaves by sea The Arab slave dealers are also authorized to recover runaways The Arabs are overjoyed by the license thus offered them and are openly buying slaves at street auctions Sept speech of Representative Kennedy of Ohio attacking the Senate and Senator Quay which created a sensation ton days ago appeared in the Congress tonal Record today after having CLEARINGHOUSE EOHXANGES Salt Lake Still Up in the TwoMil lion Class BOSTON Sept pecial to THE TnrB following table compiled from dispatches from tho clearinghouses of the cities named shows the grossexchanges for last week with tho relative per cent of in crease and decrease as against similar amounts for the corresponding woek in 1SS9 CITIES A French Duel Sept duel was fought to day between Levy oneof the seconds of Normoix In the latters recent duel with La Brlnyoro andM Galopln Both received wounds in the wrist CHICAGOS GREAT FAIR SEVERAL FJSMALlfl OJFPICESE KKJERS JDOOMED TO Tho Agricultural CommlsQionera Oppose a Dual Koconiuxonda tlons ConterninK the Mineral JExhiblta THE CONSPIRATORS TALK The Comto do Paris Boulanger and Xloohoibrt InterviexvecT LONDON Sept San Francisco Series do Paris was soon in tho city last evening and In reply to a question concerning his rocorit Interviews In the papers and what ho had to say regarding his complicity with Boulanger stated Tarn entirely Indifferent to the attacks of tho nowspapors You can say this as oonilug from mo that I consider myself justified in using any moans that bo in my power or I oaa command to tho Kopubi lie It is an unnatural form of government has never prospered under it and never will HOY true position is that of a limited monarchy Tho Republic has treated mo with dis respect It oau ask no moreof mothan a in kind if 1 dare to makousoof Boulangpr or any other instrumunt to secure my return to thecountry I love and whoso pcioplo want mo 1 cannot soo why tho French press or any other press make It a subject of General Boulangor was soon later Ho very warmly said do consider It any of dignity to admit my chagrin tit tho porlldy and utter want of honor by those who havo been proudheretofore to call themselvesmy fol Dosplto those desertions from mo is as bright as It over has bucu and I may bo rather pleased than other wise to bo rid of those who aro capable of playlugtraitor aud might do so at atime Whouit would bo rather moro inconvenient andsoilous for than It is at tTbmt was seen at tho French Caf6 porfootly willing as he al wnjs lstp ant a upset bv of unreliability aivd sham In tho utterances oC a few turncoats during tho pastiow days I shall return to Paris and faco the oome what may I shall malfo thebost of it Further than tainrbacly to iight any or eVerybocly hint or have pronted pc this is I havo is now CHICAGO Sept Dispatch Francisco Chronicle is big disappointment in store for nino Chi cago ladles ThoyVaro tho uiuo members of tho Worlds Fair Woman Auxiliary who thought they were going to be the nine la dles appointed by President Palmer to rep resent this city on the National Board of Lady Managers That hoard of lady man agers is to consist of 100 ladles appointed from the several States and Territories in addition PresidentPalmer will appoint ninemore from tho city of Chicago For weeks and mouths there has boon a petty warfare browing between the ladles who thought they ought to be appointed Tho conflict was between tho Womans Auxili ary of the local board of directors and the Queen IsabellaAssociation President Baltner settled the trouble to day by he Intended to di vide tho appointments1 between tnVauxlJi aries the Qtieou Isabella Association and the Chicago ladies not connected with either association Secretary Uuttcrwortli oC tho local board veturnod frorri the East tod ay lie brought back tho intelligence that tho settlement of tho site had a wonderful influence for tho bettor In the East said im pression obtained1 outside of that tho work of promoting the Worlds Fair could notprogress satisfactorily until tho alto question was settled While this im jKOSSion was erroneous it nevertheless caused hostile criticism I assured tho mem bers of the Son ate and tho House that work was going ahead rapidly and while there seomod to bo a delay thoro was none in after much solici tation has boon prevailed upon to withdraw his resignation OPPOSE THE DTIAL SITE deathrath diio to tho direct pesoIt of desti tution and more paiiipor emigrants sought refuse in Amovica in distress vAt colliers died in yeavii fimb of them had emigrated This givqs soruo idea distress tobo ins If ovou the most hopeful predictions prove true made now by people In position to jucigo Even the Government agents sent put admft that while the potato blight were outlook is as ing as in FRENCH Iuehes8 tlUzcs Desired to Shield tho Comte Sept TRIBUNE Dispatch Franoiabo Chronicle the shall settle down and keep my couu Youean say that hava no further uso for Assistance pttho sttiko at Moibourue Lpudon Bpck m on nloa pWoc that th collapsing Agricultural Commissioners Against a Division of Exhibits OHICAOO Sept Mc Donald of an Interview to night gave evidence ofdissatisfaction about tho dual site for tho Worlds Fair He said ho is not alone byany means in his opposi tion The tho Commissioners from all tho agriculturalStates is with him In fact it is almost with the full board although they have but they will The Conirnissiouers in this ho the of their constituents the people of Chicago should remember one tiling nncl that Jsithp nearer they come to pleasing the people of agricultural States tho larger theexhibit and the greater success of the fair Commis sioner McDonald does not believe thoCom mission will adopt thedual site unless seated to them in such a modified us to fully ofthe exhibit will be placed iu Park Commissioner Mercer speaking forWyom ing said thatheis opposed dual site Tho live stock interests of the country de mand suitable grounds and arepie themselves anduotisolated exhibits of all other Indiistvies J3XUIMT Commissioner McDonald hasprepared for tlio Committee 6u Permanent Organization a report from tho SubCommitteeon Minos and Mining the establish ment of a separate dopaitment in to bo calledthe of Minesand Mining culled to tho fact of the inipovtivucc of tho mineral industries ithocoun try It that in extend ing invitations to foreign Governmerits bo especially to furnish a complete display luineral resources together with arid machinery used in includp a colleptipu pf all known juinerals and precious ores iiud forms of stones used for purpolsos There could the more aml otlior coun been revised by Mr Kennedy In his at tack on the Senate after declaring that Ohio has twice within a decade been dis graced by Senators chosen simply because they were able ifcp outbid the other con there sentence The cloak of Senatorialeburtesy has been used to hido Infamy and corruption which has disgraced a body ouco the proudest in tho This is the only reference to the cloak of Senatorial courtesy all that part declaring that Senatorial courtesy had become a stench in the nostrils or the people and a cloak tu covcv up Infamy being omitted The changes made so far as Quay is con cerned consist excision of the word criminal where it occurs in two places and the omission of all mentionpf Quay by name Where it was suggested in the origi nal speech that Judas when lie hanged himself had left an example for the Matt Quays well worthy of their there was substituted therefor ing An example well worthy of Imita The sentence that the Republican party cannot afford to follow the lead of branded criminals is stricken out altogether and later on where it was said Ho stands a convjoted crtnimal before the bar of public thci change is made to read He stands convicted before the bar of pub lic THE WORK Off CONGRESS It is expected that the Land Grant For feiture bill will be agreed to in the Senate1 tomorrow Senator Sawyer will next call up tho AntiLottery bill which has already passed the house So far as known there will be no open opposition to it Following it in the order of precedence established by tho Republican caucus thoro are no measures expected to cause lengthy debates or meet serious opposition until the bill to transfer the revenue serj vice to the Navy Departmentisreached j The opponents of this measure are as Tho opposition shown bythe minority in tbe House to consideration of the Laugstbu Venable case has had tho effect to determine the Republican leaders that vote on that and tlieMillerElliott case A strontj effort is behig made a The Tariff bill when il comes be dis posed Vbf very quickly and itis likely if a Quorum isin attendance to the end of the Senator Aldrich said tolan Associated Press reporter lonight seems to bo somo misapprehension in regard to the purpose and ellect of tho Senate aihendinont to section Si of the Tariff bill This section as it passed the House provided that allimported mer chandise in bonded warehouses at the time tho bill went into effect should be dutiable at rates If the Son ate hadad opted this action no extension of time for tlie withdrawal of goods in hand at the old rates would have been possible In order the matter might be open for conference an amendment was offered that afforded an opportunity for future consider ation This amendment was not intended in any sense to bo finally expressive of the judgment of the Senate St San Francisco Kaiisiis New Minneapolis Providence Diiluth Indianapolis Portland St Nuw Portland Clearances Incri Sioux Los Gpanel Rapids Dos Lexington Ky Outside N 4 JO 570 7 1 72 I oso Docrso 090 A SIX MONTHS PAST Ear A Woman Who Can Neither Drink Nor Talk CAKBONDALB Sept Francisco CJtrfmtete No case of fasting on record either volun tary or involuntary has ever compared with that of Mrs Adam Wuchter of tho village of Whitehall who has not tasted a morsel of solid food for 181 days and not a drop of liquid for 152 days Sltico the bo ginninp of her fast Wuehtor has been critically HI and she has suffered intense pain Up to nine years ago Mrs Wuchter who is 39 years of iigo was in good health About that time she began to fail tho first evidences of declining health befu a spasmodic cough and tugradua loss of voice She was however able to be about the house Eighteen months ago the cough be came very severe and her voice sank it times to a whisper A few months aco swallowing became diftioult ann in a short time she was unable to pet anything down throat except liquids Her condition THE NATIONS Secretary Windom Corrects a Erroneous Impressions Few MILLIONS ADDED TO THE CIRCtlLATIUH Not included in totals this time last year No clearinghouse ut A ROMANTIC CAREER ENDED ANOTHER CBtlCAGO SUBURB Pjoposition to Buy the Ancient City i oiDelphi Egypt CHICAGO Sept San Francisco Chronicle and Mrs Hughes of California been the guests of Mr Leroy B a nephewof Mrs Hughes 16S avenue loft yesterday for San Francisco is also a sister of Mrs Leland Stanford who with Senator Stanford has been travelingduring tho past summer in Norway Sweden Hughes have also returned from an extended tour Europe visiting Asia Minor and Egypt In They made many purchases for as well themselves Among thorn was a fine collection of mummies picked up in Mr has a hand iii wliich hfiismoro deeply interested the purchase mies It is ah ex tensive deal ln that will great intrinsic value and still grnatervlnstpiIc It anythirig done in i rlong aichrcolosists at least It is nothing more or lessthan the the ruinsof an cieut Delphi of temple and oracle of Apollo situated shores Corinthian gulf andover the classic bights Pavnassas It can be bought for It is the intention tocarry ou thiitjitls vestments saicl Mr Hughes the matter among a leading citi zeiisherp and enlisted them Itis understood that Charles B prpsident of tJie Boarclof Trade blfnself to raise Robert Ray Drowned in Yellowstone HELENA Sept has been that Kooert Bay Hamilton of New York whose name is widely known to news paper readers in Connection with the trial of his wife last a catting affray with lor maid has been drowned in Yellowstone The news was brought by T O Green son of Dr Norvln Green of tho West Telegraph Company who has been in tho park It seems that Hamilton bought a ago in tho park and has been there since When andparty arrived at the ranch on 23rd they fbiind that Hamilton absent on a hunting trip several days The next day they started out to search for hiin and found his body thirty miles from tho ranch In Snake River while his horse and hunting dog were a short distance away Green says that he positively identified Hamiltons body tookit to the ranch auc notified the deadmails family has been in the park ever since and is surprised that the news has nol gotten out before thinks the unfortunate man was accidentally drowned while tryiug to ford The horse found grassingon the bank had a saddle on butit was turned down under the belly YORK Sept positive con Jliuiationof the story of Robert Kay Hamli tons death could be obtained from Hamiltons relatives in this city His father General Schuyler Hamilton said ho had heard from indirect sources thathis son was drowned but had himself received no information about He ex pects in the morning RobcrtKay Hamilton was a greatgrand the great Amor iqaui statesman and a lawyer by profession Ho had servedseveral terms in the Assembly with credit and had hosts of friends About four years ago Hamilton met Bvaugelinc Bull then known as Mrs Joseph Mann and it was his alliance with her thatruined his life The story of his unfdrf uuate experience with her and the culmination of the trouble last summer does not need a repetition now ner grew worse until sho was able to partake of liquid food only at rare intervals and then not more than a spoonful at time Since Good Friday she has not a drop of water although she complains of intense thirst Tho only way in which her thirst can be allayed is by placing one of her hands in a basin of water whore it is kept for about half an hour so that the haud may absorb moisture It is evident that the woman Is suffering from cancer of the larynx which has grown steadily until the throat is pletely closed It is also extended down ward to the lungs Six months ago epileptic convulsions developed and these occurred from forty to fifty times a day Lately they have been more severe Mrs Wuchters sight almost failed Part of her body Is paralyzed and she lias not been able to speak a for weeks She is entirely pulseless though the heart is nearly normal The tongue remains moist but slightly coated She sleeps very little never longer than fifteen ciinutcs at a At times since her fast bogan she has been unconscious for varying periods but her mind is not affected and she fully realizes her condition and is anxious for tho change to come The Expenditures During tho Past Month Have Been Fortyfour Mil lions in Excess of tho Call for Four Per Cents THE LAND OF K1S BIRTH ERICSSONS BODY RECEIVED BY THE SWEDISH AUTHORITIES Representatives of the Royal iTamlly Participate in the Thou sands of Pooplo View the Procession ANARCHISTS IN REVOJDT Mrs A Row About tiio Pension of Spies and Mrs Parsons Sept Tbo apostles of an are just now at revolt among the members of the Pioneer Aid and Support Society which threatens to dethrone their two goddesses Mrs and Mrs C Spies wife1 and of GOES TO CHUBCffi tries a publici illustra tion of the operation KANSAS Ciii immense deal in fpunder of aud New nirirn iii niri lrinT rentins1 to Also Arrives at o Uiulevstand two of the Some time ago the Central Labor Union a federation of German trade Bunions in city protested the of two women was tsikcui and was renewet itorday the Central Labor Union pre senting evidence both Mrs Spies and Mrs Parsons were comparatively wel estate having other sburcjes of incom a There were tlie vote resultedhi favor of a continuance subsidy to the The pre to that names the women which are for subscriptions were stricken from the rolls of the associ might as well disband it longer be ableXp collect assess ments lip pay other beneficiaries As th e res ul t o f the tr o v e rsy the Ce n tral liaborUnion will probably withdraw frbrniiha Aid Association Sept body of Cap tain John Ericsson was landed from the United States war ship Baltimore this afternoon The transfer was mado with much ceremony The reception committee which included threeofficers of the navy and four nephews of tho deceased were on board the Baltimore at p m Sjjoechos wore made by Captain Schlcy of tho Balti in delivering the body to the Ameri can Minister by the latter In consigning it tc Admiral Pcyran and by the Admiral in accepting the charge The remains were then transferred to a steam barge draped in black and silver which was commanded by a Captain of tho Swedish When the funeral barga ar rived at the landing stage tho Governor of Stockholm formally received the body which was then American sailors to a large pavilion black and gold which had been erected near the waters edge in the park the body was being carried to the pavilion bells were tolled An immense crowd assembled and when the coffin was placed upon the bier dozens of wreaths and otherfloral emblems wero heaped up around it The services wore very siniplc consisting of the Swedish ritual and the reading of a poem When the services were coiicluded the body was deposited in a hearse and the funeral procession formed in which were representatives of the Crown Prince and the Government the American Ministers to Swecen and Denmark officers of the war ship Baltimore and the municipal au thoritiesof Stockholm In the line the carriage of the King of Sweden It is estimated that per sons reviewed the processioiu On arrival at the station where a special train was waiting to convey the body to Wermlend the birthplace of IDriessou the remains were placed in a handsome funeral car heavily draped in black Shortly after three oclock tbe train moved slowly out of the station The municipal authorities win give a ban quet to the officers of the to morrow a gala performance will be given at the Opera House in their honor Wednesday they will dino with the King at Drottingholm AN IDIOTS GENEROSITY MONEY FOilTJffE SOUTH CiiESsoN1 SpiUNGS Sept and family atten dedi d i vine ser vices at tl e niiiclc teokialonRiwylkipver nncVthis Ires otberj Europeans WiIl Advance Jjiborally 11 MONTGOMERY Chronicle member of the FarruersV Al p r eye n tibn p fijjf u r th e s tr i u K e n py3 flip m p u ey ke an dVth a t agr ee fiie1 airy rtcclrtifici that GpmmitteeXof Al t6storetheir 1 She Deposits Her Sisters Fortune On the Church Plate NKW YOBK Sept Dispatch Francisco Chronicle a quarter of a century Miss Ellen Buckley has been toilingto supporther insane sister and icr greatest industry Miss Buckley succeeded in saving Re cntly her mother died and then her chiei care was lier idiot sister This sister named Mary wassitting at a window on August IGth watching little girls wearing dresses carrying lighted tapers parading throughthe streets with church banners The underthe auspices of St Roceps Society that Saint was celebrated at of St Joaquin Mary is a religious enthusiast and when she saw the childrenandtheir parents leaving their offerings bin the collec tionplate in front of the church wshe wanted to do the where her sisters little fortu ne was secreted aud stimulated by her Insane freak she took the money ran down stairs and went In haste to money in and hastened uway The was deliglited the The girl her sister had done the next once efforts were once Mexican Recognition Francisco In a Cabinet council Seiabr Marls cal the Mexican 3Iinisterof Affairsi presented tbe telegraphjcofficial jcommuni General Carlos Ezetas election as by ttie Congressof Sal who presented the official made a f prm al req u est tii Mex icp th e accedsdtb Ala ten d ier Ezetathe fprm al recpgriit jon papeiw whichijbe with him he Ct Ceffitr Hi Aia er icafc SeSbr YOKK Sept Dispatch Francisco Chronicle an interview with Secretary Windom evening he was asked Have you not boon a littlo disappointed at the redemption of under your seo oud notice They havo been slower than expected but we have got of them In You must bear in mind however that tho time Is not yet expired and 1 think we will possi bly got tlio whole amount Under tho previous call tho bonds came much more rapidly tho last week and If tho same rela tive increase is maintained I think they will substantially all got in Tho interest on tho 1s comes iu slowly I havo changed tho Treasury rulings in regard to registered bonds It involves a vast amount of work for the Department About the purchase of i per cents whit action have you taken I havo not really taken any action so far nor yot have I decided what to do To offer to buy them might put the price up so high that I could not afford to buy I do not believe in putting tho Government Ju a Mr Fairchild paid at one It may be said Mr Windom but It may likoly be that ho paid too much 1 cer tainly will not pay Haveyou had any intimation of any large lot that might be likely to be offered I have not though I thought I might have today We ought to uso tho money for purchasing tho per cents which fall duo next September I should bo willing however to pay a small reasonable commis sion but I do not think that would be reasonable A number of bankers pressed it today and I said I would not pay that price for Would you go to Mr Windom leaned back in his chair and smiled quietly as he answered I doiit and then ho added I really think the strinisency is greatly exaggerated I dont myself think that there is any necos sity to make an offer for is only in deference to the other people and not my owu as there is uo such press ing necessity for It when you remember facts that I have given you namely that there arc more In circulation now thau there was ono year ago which shows that there is no hoarding of the pub lic money by the Treasury Thero Is no doubt I admit that there Is somo pressure for money but it is In my opinion as I have already said greatly Whpii the Democrats camo into power In 1885 there was a surplus of in tlie sury At that time there were 3porcent bonds sujecet to call at any moment and which could Je paid at par Instead of off they permitted that surplus to until on September 1 eighteen months they had come into ppwer there were in tho Treasury and bonds paid General administration came Into olllce more rectly speaking on March 1 3889 there waV r surplus in the Treasury and on September 1 1890 eighteen months wards we had paid off of at an expense of V bers as against which they paid out during the same time when bonds wore free of access all the time It has been a recent criticism of this Administration that the was duo partly to the withdrawal of deposits1 from tho banks This 3s arrant n onsen There was on deposit banks when Harrison was luaugnratock I drew in of it and it was work yot It did not make a last call was made nine moutha ago Now permit me to tell you what the effect Tills money was deposited bonds In 4 per cent bonds 1 in money In per bonds in money I called that in Instead of a every fellow who had iii 4 per cent bondV got sent to him and the man who bad in i per cent bonds A iron sotraPERCKNia NEW YORK Sept Secretary Windom left this evening foi Williamstown to join his family As a result of his conference with sand financiers Secre tary Windom said this afternoon that had decided to receive proposals saleof fourpercents to the amount of proposals to be received Treasury Department in Wod nesday at noon These bonds the Secretary will purchase if a reasonable ratev Is asked for them At the tary Wirvdom will offer to prepay Jor fourths of a year interest on curreacy sixes Secretary Windom said It was not for a statement of the be made before it emanated officially ton but owing to the anxiety of so miany of the business community to vraa going to be done by the Tressury Depart ment he thought It best tpannouncerbefore hand although It was Sunday tions r witfi statement made by v Windom In New York today the 3reasurjr Ai Department has issued a notice that pro sale r per will Vof the bondscommohly known sixeson andafter the Ibansweririg an Inquiry as the of all the the past covering receipts V since 1S90 tne circul August and i cuiars6f for the 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