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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - December 8, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                THE TRIBimE is the only Sevenday Paper puToliatvwd be fween Denver and San Fran cisco and contains tbo only Complete Telegraph Service in the Rocky Mountains Island Overran fcy Panper Laborers From the Continent RESTRICTIVE MEASURES DISCUSSED Emperor William Orders Praters Itoud Tor the Latest for Now York General Forcif LONDON Deo Dispatch Pan Francisco Chronicle SerleH is disturbed at with tho of immlKratlon ftnd how to control It an ap parently unique subject for the British empire to called upon to as It hau beeu Kmiomlly her Majestys domain wan decimated by emigration rather than by IriMiilKraMciH But tho dlsousHiim points cniitrary now Is whether tho Jlaworth law that taxes all new comers shall or whether tho Jonninps Bubatltute shall bo accepted which httsid upon the cimtom In Aincriea is Intended to restrain all from landing who cannot prove tlielr ability to pay their way If It were not for tho overshadowing Irish squabble questioner ImmlKnition would doubtless attract more attention as bmiHtlsailon into tl8 matter shows that the influx of forehonors Gorioaris espe cially who are able to I1vo on a very Hinall sum has boon roduolnp waRes to a point at which thfi ordinary unablo to rnalo both ends moot FOIt THR Tho KalHor Feels A nxioiifl Concerning un Approachinp Event LosnoN Doc fTiitnuNB Dispatch Pan Francisco Chronicle Series of the peculiarities of royalty Is tho mitlro lack of roservo and modesty that private persons aro glad to wrap about thorn In those matters that scorn to demand dollcacy lu miiark and treatment It Is hardly to bo supposed that a rolinod American maiden oven Knuitinf her the Ueonso that ICuropo ans boilevo she enjoys would oare to divide her sartors Into Inch pieces For distribution arnoiiK tho male fcuosts at lior rnarrhiKO and yot that is an established custom in Gor Ttiariy neither would sho to a publio dlspluy of nor underwear as did Victoria within ilio past month for ti few days proceeding her nuptials But after all this has been dono It Is not In tho slightest detfreo astonishing that lOmperor should order prayers to bo road lu all tho churches of thu country for tho safo and happy accouchement of Au pusta which In view of that Invltablo loci dent his Majesty Ima directed shall bo done ANOTHKU YOUNG PlIHSNOMUJiNON A Child Prodigy Bobn Upas a Cello Virtuoso LONDON Doo 7 Tiunuine San Francisco Chronicle Tho child phenomenon continues to bob up Boronoly Tho latest prodigy is Joan Glraudy who Is stated to have roaohed tho maturo apo for a prodigy of yours and he has Rorio forward as a vlolimollo vir tuoso with an Instrument which is vory littlo shorter than himself and from which It must be confessed ho certainly mauapes to tho most eloquent music In fart tho litMo chap is really a wonder as a recital ho gave at St Jnmos hall yesterday proved Master Jean Glraudy succeeded tho performance of a varied pro pammo not only in delimiting his audience but also displayed really extraordinary powers of technique and la a finished por formor on tho cello Ho will In all proba bility bo tho rnpo London during tho Benson he Is in a way exploiting a new Hold Kojwuth Is Comfortable LONDON Doc TrmitiNr San Francisco From Vienna It Is loarnacl that tho Rreafc Kossuth is not suf forinp from poverty as has been reported but is Ir comfortable circum stances although not rich Ho lives quietly with his sister Madamo Kutkal who for many years was a teaobcr of languaffos in New York by which calling sho accumulated tsionoy otiouiih to support herself modestly and which she now shares with her brother Now York Hunks Need Assistance LONDON Dtu 7 writer of n financial articln which appears In the Timor this morning ho thinks It will bo necessary to HSU 1st thrt New York banks to cupo with ihelr dinioultles lu Rotting from Lou don JAMAICAS It WiH Bo Opened by Prinoo George Next IIonth NKW VoriK Deo Dispatch San Francisco Series from Jamaica say the International exhibi tion is to bn opened ott January US ISfll at St Andrews jnst outside Kingston Jamaica It will embrace the products of the whole West Indian islands In particular and tho rtmiaindor of the world in gentMal and will bo the work of tho pooplo of that vicinity Tho grounds aro bolnx laid nut in an invit ing manner Thu natural flora of the coun try being tropical It will bo used to advan tage In making tho garden scenery beauti ful mid attractive Tho president of tho Exhibition Committee is Sir Henry Blako Governor of Jamaica As money was nocossary to sot up the ex hibition the people of Jamaica rosnlvod to do the whole thing without calling upon any government cither local or foreign to assist them Ir their work it is estimated that the construction of buildings and tho laying out of tho grounds will neeessittto an ex penditure of to yet this luis been guaranteed by tho people thorn selves who huve subscribed upward The money has been raised without uppoal Isig to anyone outside of tho residents nnd work Is going OM suoeessfully The buildings are to bo built of native fancy woods iron and glass Tno exhibi tion building will bo cruciform is to Its general appearance a handsome domesur mounting tho center or cross bar of tho nave huvu squaro feat uf floor space for tho exhibition It has booh arranged that Prluco George Of Wales sou of the heir apparent to the throne of England shall open tho exhibi tion Priueo George is now with the North American squadron ofthe British navy tho vessels ot whichhave been ordered eavller than usual to report at Fort Koyai Jamaica Tho French squadron has also been ordered to the same port for this event and It is ex pected that the United States and Spanish squadrons will also A Congress of Republics NEW YORK Deo Dispatch yin Francisco Chronicle meet ing was held In the Federal building this afternoon of men from ail parts tho country who had boon invited to take part in the adoption orplana for a PanRepubll cuu be held Colum bian Fair at Chicago It was decided that aOoiigwjss should bo held to which should beinyi1iid vepnscotatives of all the repub lics and representatives 61 countries who favottfaia id oft of rep ublicau govern incnt THE TRIBUNE is delivered by carrier to all parts of city at 25 cents per week Monday edition included Telephone No rings SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY MOBBING DECEMBER S 1890 THE BENEDICTINE MONK Father Ignatius Opens ft Series of Meetings in Now York NKW YoftK Deo Dispatch San Francisco CJtrnnlcU Father Ignatius the Benedictine monk who has been conducting an active apostolic crusiide in Boston opened a series of new meetings at the littlo chupel at Filth avenue and One Hundred and Ninth street known as tha Church of St Edward tho Martyr Tonight the building was packed and many hud to sock room on tho stops of the altar Tho Monk has no striking personal peculiarities to distinguish him from the ordinary Unman Catholic IIo wore a black fit tho waist cord und mounted at tho throat with a largo hood rcuchiiig close to his ears His gray hair Is cropped short and what is Rift of It Is curlod into a tonsure on top Ho Is cloiui shuvon and has a plousant round face with small eyes and noao Ilia feot were encased in sandals Ho Is a volu ble and rapid speaker and adds groat force to what ho has to say by facial expression JIIK hand gestures IDs sermon was a plea forUhrlstian unity and he casually referred to hln work among tho stockbrokers of linu that he had hold thorn spell bound and found many of thorn susceptible to the mission EASTERN STAGE GOSSIP JON A LIGHT WITH OJUCINAI FISATUJRiS Sarah Harnhardt TVilt Uo to Australia iruonfoM tho riunlnt TH ronoe JJarrettH NKW YoiiK Doc Dispatch Francisco Chronicle San Francisco hoars one of three Poor companies which are now doing a big business In the it will rejoice tho production of a light new opera with original features Poor Jonathan is still so prosperous at tho Casino that tho ques tion of giving nildwoolc matinees is now under consideration Tho Old Homestead continues at tho Academy The STOtli performance of the play in Uilscity will occur tomorrow night Tho a successful English mantic drama which is shattering all the atrical records in Boston will go the Acad emy uoxt August for a whole years run During this time Dun man Thompson will probably wend his way across Urn oontinnnt and produce Ills familiar piece at San ITran clscu JffjAt Uannitorsteliis Harlem Opera House a new play by Charles 11 lloyt onUMod A trio to which was llrst pro duowl at the Hush Struct Theater in San Francisco a short timougo will presented tor tins first tlmo in this city tomorrow night lloyt has so many admirers that it is pretty siifn to prophesy a crowded house It is announced that Sarah lUinhimlt has made up her mind definitely to go to Aus t ni I la and thai she will make her firstap poaranco In Melbourne on tho llrst of next Juno She will bo accompanied by fifty pwr formera and will act In Siirdouw Cleo patra pieces old and now 3 C Williamson is manager of tho enterprise and lie may bring the French aetruss across tho Pacliic fur a tour lu this country beginning at San Francisco Tim celebrated pianist Alfred Gruorifuld to the Ifiuiporors oC Germany and Austria whoso coming hero lias been heralded for tho last ton years will soon make Ills appearance before an American audiomio Mr Leo Colemark has engaged him together with his brother lielnrich vloloucfllo vlrtuso for a series of sixty con In tho United States during tho season of IS91D2 Inutile ONeill Potter a nloco of James ONeill who has so many frlouda in Cali fornia is to make her debut us an actross iu this city at tho Star Theater Thursday afternoon Lawrence Rnrroot is to his mag and costly production of William Youngs romantic tragedy at tho It road way Theater month with all its elaborate scenery and SIM auxiliary force of two hundred men anil womou ills pro duction of this play is the most ambitious work that lie has over undertaken Tho principal theatrical novelty of the coming week svill bo tho reproduction of of Arc at tho Fifth Avenue Theater tomorrow night with Miss Margaret Mifcher In leading role Jules Barbiors tragedy adapted by William Young will bo used and cho representation will bo modeled upon that of Mme Sarah Boriihardt in Paris though several features will be introduced Tho manager Henry French promises some extremely elaborate seuuory and a vision of the sain Is A royal pageant showing tho coronation of diaries VII and tho Interior of tho cathedral at Kuohsis will It Is said bo magnificent STIRRING TIMES IN MEXICO A ASSASSIN SHOT DEAD UV A GOVISUISOU Urutnl ftiul Hull Mshts at Jau Troops Mutiny Kill Their Guards Cnpfcurod and Shot CITY or MEXICO via Galveston Deo An attempt has just boon tmulo to assas sinate Colonel Caimsuosa Governor tho Chiapas at San Cristobal Tho Governor Instead of being killed himself shot tho won Idbo assassin 4 Tho health authorities at Vora Crux will glvo out very few reports to press about tho yellow fever at that oity However popular rumor has it that tho disease is epi demic thoru Tho Bishop of Vora Cruz Is DKNVKU Dec special from El Paso to tho UtxnMfean says Tho bull tight this urtornoou at Juarez was vlowad by HII immense throng They wore brutal iind iiorco in every respect and ono horso rlddeu by a tighter was horned throe times ripping his foreleg almost from tho luidy The bulls wore vicious and kept tho crowd at a fever of excitement During afternoon the last bull was sabred and drawn from thu arena dead Whilo the soldiers wore absent from tboir post attending the fight tho revolted at tho barracks killod asergeant of the guards a corporal and a private Tho murderers eighteen lu number broke from barracks and escaped to tho rnocntulus They wore followed by tho soldiers three overtaken and shot dead and four captured and roturued to tho post They are ordered to bo killed at sunrise THE WEEK IN CONGRESS The Tho Election Bill in tho Senate House Programme WASHINGTON Doc Is the under standing generally Senators that Uie National Elections bill Is to occupy the major part of the time of Senate this week la the House the Indian Committee will luive and the Committee on Private Land Claims Saturday for cunsidor sitlon 61 bills reported arc a nurnbev of any of which may take up the reimUiung four lays lot the week though It is likely i theAppro prlution Committee wJll occupy this tiiiiei either withthe Urgent Deficiency appropriations for for tho Census rations turbuT lent I S to u Xr or w i th th e porti b i 11 ready for by the THE DEVIL AMONK WOULD BE And Democracy Proposes to Join the Farmers Alliance UNTERRIFfED LOBBYISTS AT OGALA A Movement to Combine tho Gran ger and Democratic Citizens Alliance Senatorial Piffht at Party Caucus Held OOALA Deo White National Al liance delegates have been resting more or loss today after tho Tabors of five days SU1I there has been a large amount of com mitted work going on and many important conforencos havo boon held All this will facilitate the convention work tomorrow and it is predicted that more real business will bu dono than during all the previous sessions put together Before atljonrnmont last night Washing ton D was decided upon as the place and thf3 third Tuesday of November as the time for holdinir the next annual inuetingof the National Alliiinco Strong ollorts it IH said will bo made tomorrow this and rmiko Indianapolis the jihioo with considerable hope of success Preju dice against Washington has been excited by Westerners horo Tho opinion is gaining ground that the National loaders of thu Democratic party havo many lobbyists here in tiioir Interests and the policy of the Alliance In many respects will bo inlluoucod by them lu the case of subtreasury bill That measure is now under consideration by Alliance and has been fur several days past It lh predicted that when it finally comes from thocommitteo it will havo been modi lied and changed in many import lull particulars with a view to making if accord with Democratic doctrine to such an extent that it can bo easily adopted by the National Uornoeratifi convention of or perhaps be passed by Congress prior to that even With some slight changes and modifica tions the Alliance platform could it is lire dieted secure absolute adoption by the National Democratic Convention and this with the indorsement of a modified sub Vroasury hill would place tho Democratic party squarely upon tho Farmers Alliance platform In this way it would gain support of tho entire Alliance and Demo cratic voles throughout the country There was a Alliance formed hero today for tho purpose of establishing GiUzous Alliances in the cities and large towns of tho country it is organized S D Holder of Kansas as president of New York secretary and 3 P Wild of Washington D treas urer Those onicers also constitute Its ox ecutlvo cornmittoo It will at once estab lish National headquarters at Washington and as it increases member ship will be onlargod to include ono from each State This body is an outgrowth of the Citizens Alliance movements In Kansasand othor Western States As those local Citizens Alliances aro Increased tho National body will be made up of prominent residents of tho cities irrespective of their campaigns trado or professions THE FIGHT AT BOISE McConnolls Course Uegnrded as a Conlossiou of Weakness Borsra Doc to TRIB of Alturasand Ethol ofElrnoro the lust of tho fiftyfour membersof tho Legislature arrived tonight The Sena torial situation is not changed slnco last night Tho day at the various headquar ters was spent In trying ar range for tho preliminary organization of tho Legislature Notices woro posted today for a party caucus evening to select officersof thoHouse and Senate No political signifleancois attached to tho election of these MoConnell is reportc6 as opposing his friends going into a party caucus for that purpose which action is construed as displaying and publishing weakness on his part The friends of Duhols and Shoup are jubilant and accept it as a favorable onion As it has always been the custom to select subordinate ofllccrs in a party caucus and tho Republicans have twentyfour ma jority In the House and ton inthe It Is hardly probable that any one can pre vent a caucus being bold Tito Democrats will nominate their own men and act by themselves caucus of both Houses has been in session the Sonato rather infor mally but twentytwo members of tho House met in consultation Tho general situation was canvassed and an agreement entered into to meet at 10 oclock Monday morning to settle the temporary organiza tion Report ways tho conference was a pleasant onoand there was no trouble The town Is full of visitors curious to see tho Senatorial fight ELAINE AND AIjGER That la the Way Close Observers Fat It Nisw YORK Doc Washington special to the Press Republican says politicians who have been watching the movements of tbo group of Republicanleaders are asking tonight If James Q Blalno is to head Clio ticket inlS02 ana if General Russell A Al ger Is to be hisrunning mate One of the most distinguished visitors here is General A Igor himself Others are James S Olarkson and Secretary J Sloau Fassott of the National Committee Gen eral John N Krapp phnirman ofbljo New York Republican State OpmmiUee Chair man Tlchener of tbejiludiana Republican State Committee and corumit teeman from ExSon ator Thomas 0 Vlatt Is duo here late tonight and has engaged a room at the Arlington the headquarters of the other politicians SUED FOR A A Cleveland Capitalist Claims to Have CLEVELAND Dis Francisco Chronicle In 1884 the private banking house of Everett ff WeddPll closed its doors The failure was the sensation of the year InOleyelandi as a Everett nadbeen connected with the bank 1 bii t D A th e seri ior member of Mr Weddell sued Dr Everett for claiming h e entered th e b iiri ts retil po ii d I tion was misrepresented T h o s u i t h as caused a 11 u os as m u ch of a FO RT W tpel ler ihiTtvfl voV sou fch iient danger THE IRON MASK SOLD Five Million Dollars Paid for a Col orado Group of Mines DEXVER Dec to The English Syndicate of London who re cently purchased the celebrated Elkhorn mine in Idaho yesterday purchased tho Iron Mask mine near Red Cliff Colorado for The negotiations havo been pending for some time The owners were Mr M alloy of the steamship line Baltimore A G Brown of Philadelphia and W F Lay of Boston The property comprises about twenty claims on Battle Crock mountain with a shaft GOO feet deep and two and one half miles of drifts and inclines The work Ing force will be Increased to 150 men and It is anticipated that the output will bo valued at per week A FAKE AT OMAHA liters Come Out of a NinetyRound FijSht Without Oiihiaije OMAHA Dec to Although the fight between Tommy White of Chicago and Dan Dnly of the light weight at South Omaha last night lasted rounds it was a very affair Tho contest tasled until sifter U oclock this morninn but was little more than an exhibition of clever sparring What littlo lighting was done was by White but the other man proved himself a ulevor dodger and when at tho end of the nine tieth round the reforees declared the light a draw both men were apparently as fresh as when they entered the ring THE GQN60 FREE STATE JUST TUB iOli TO Splomlul Opportunities for Amorlcan Saya Our Should Luok or Trade tn Thut Country NBW YORK Dec Dispatch San Krancisco Chronicle M Stanley has expressed his views on the emi cration of the American ucgro co Congo Free State tho opportunities that aro there ior him and the devoiopments of thnt country 1 am he said with the fact that Senator Butler of South Carolina made a proposition to the United States Government that tho imported to the Congo Free State but that Is a matter that must bo taken care of by tho negroes them advantages would accrue to tho negroes if they should emigrate to that country in largo numbers The advantages would bo many There is any amount of land to be had Cor the asking Tho laws siro favorable and calcu lated to promote happiness and content The climate for negroes is comparatively healthy The soil Is fertile and the coun try new so that right cultivation cannot fail to bo followed by most gratifying re sults In these facts lio that would follow for tho enngrating negroes Value at tho same time must bo given to the fact that they would become residents of their own native land The whites that Is tho Caucasian race cannot colon toe the Congo Free State A white man while liv ing iu the Congo valley three years would expend ton yeors of vitality and tho white man could not retain health The result of this would be children of puny frames and Inferior intelligence It would havo the ef fect of forovcr keeping the Congo Free State ID a weak condition With negroes forming its citizenship it would with proper couragement make remarkable develop ment and in timo become a great Do you think that t commercial corre spondence between this country and the Congo is a possibility Yes tho lethargy of American merchants in this connection is not only remarkable but it is also deplorable Tho Congo valley oflers ever encouragement to commercial exploit It is Impossible to estimate valuo of its products For instance the rattan cane which Is growing scarce in the market In Africa grows in unlimited quan tities Of course there have boon many ob stacles to prevent the development of the Congo valley trado the most important of whfch has been the cost of portage to tho of shipment A railway is now in course of construction which when com pleted will remedy this evil and those merchants who aro now handicapped by tho experifo of transportation will reap the ben tits that must oome as a consequenceto their being on the ground Americans seem to bo dead to these opportunities They ought to be there now and cultivate trade sip that when the railroad operation to bring the interior nearer the coast they ivill be in a situation to reap a fair share of the profits that must follow Tho American merchants though will probably hold back until too late and not enter into commercial work in this direction until the cream of the trade has been gatherrd by other HOUSE EXCHANGE S An Increase of Six and OneHalf Per Cent Over LjiSt Year BOSTON Dec to TUIB 0Na JThe compiled from dispatches from the clearinghouses of the cities the gross exchanges for last week with the relative per cent of in creaseand decrease as agniust similar amounts for the corresponding week in 1889 CITIES New Boston Chicago Philadelphia St Louis PHLsburg Sail Cincinnati New Organs Kansas City Milwaukee Gnlveston Minuuapolia Providence Louisville Cleveland Omaha Denver St Columbus Won phis Portland Or Hartford Joseph Portlunu Sioux 1 Seattle Birmingham Deis M fli nesr e w Tope Tota A Clearances Incrso Decrsp 0 SJ s n a 12 7 9 6 SIX THOUSAND SOLDIERS That Is the Force few Concen trated in the Northwest JES SAYS THE END IS NOT YET No Other Nation Would Tolerate the Present State of He May Disarm With a Gun Kvcry Mis Found Horns OmCArtO Dec Miles said today linger and Brooke have been doing all they can to put the small number of available troops in a position be useful and so far as possible staying the threatened cyclone Yet tho end of the Indian troubles is by no means immediately at hand No other civilized country on the face of the earth would many thou sands of armed snvages scattered through and Territories The people of Texas Western Kansas North and South Dakota Montana Wyoming Utah Eastern Washington Idaho Arizona and New Mexico are seriously interested In this subject tho lire may be suppressed in ono place it will be still smouldering and liable to break out at 01 her places least expected under tho present Advices from the Indian country received at army headquarters tonight show that everything is Several regiments are expected ai Rosebud Agency nud other stations In the country tomorrow There art already nearly 5000 soldiers in that lo cality under of General Tt is Yin general belief that when General Miles the Indian country that his policy will be to immediately disarm every Indian fu nd with a M11S KAGtiK HOKN JIOKSSKD HIM 4 But for AM a Bullet Penetrated Pore up i lies S Doo 7 TRIIHINK Francisco ChronicU Series In tho hostile camp of lied Dog on Wounded Knee Creek lives Mrs Eagle Horn This squaw protended to be able to perform mir acles and said she could make the Indians bullot proof and prevent them from being harmed in any other man Porcupine a leading Indian offered himself as a subject on wliico to prove her mysteri ous power Tt was arranged that he should mount bis pony and light against the entire band Mrs Kaglo Vord blossed Porcu pine hut while ho wasmounting his pony his revolver was accidentally discharged inflicting a sovoro wound in his log A panic ensued and Airs Eagle Horn was denounced as an impostor Depredations Humored ST PAUL Dec Pine Tlklsre Agency special to tho Pioneer says Hotialile Information was received hero today that tho Indians ave stealing horaes and robbing houses north of 4Ohoyenno river Scouts WCLO sent today to ascertain the facts TEN MITjJjtONS IN CASH Stockmen Raise tho Government Bid for tho Cherokee Lands Dec A J Snider a wealthy Kansas Oity cattleman who Is in tho city held a consultation with some stockmen yesterday and as a rcsnlt sent a message to Chief Mays of the Cherokee na tion tendering ten million dollars in cash for the acres of land kuown as tho Cherokee Strip It is understood that he makes tho olYor as the representa tive of tho Cherokee Strip Live Stock Association Tho Government officials claim tho Chcrokees have no right to sell their land to tho parties Tho Cherokee Legislature Is in session and Colonel Snider says be expects a reply to his telegram Monday or Tuesday CHKKOKEE STRIl BOOMERS REMOVED WiciTiTA Kans Dec Elliott of the Fifth Cavalry with a force of thirty men returned last night with sixtythree boomers running thorn over the State lino They wore found on Black Bear Creeic oin tents hoping to remain thero until the strip was opened for settlement The boomers consisted of men women and children and there is much sutler ing from tho cold weather Annie Beewitt daughter of died today from exposure THE THREE BLACK CROWS How the Unpleasant Reports Con oerninjrMrs Maokay Started Nvrvv YORK Dec Dispatch San Fianctsco Chrnniclt Some weeks ago some advertisements were pub lished in the London papers whereby John Mackay offered a reward for information concerning the identity of certain persons in London who had circulated unpleasant rumors concerning Mrs Mackays early career explanation of this circum stance furnishes a rather amusing illustra tion of the facility with which rumor aug ments Itself under favorable conditions a lady of high position near the court Mrs Chain some years ago was an noyed by the escapade of a favorite maid a very pretty girl who raM away from her employers and her home and went to New York with a wealthy Australian not un known to tho fcurf Her mistress interested in the girls fate heard that she had eventu ally gone to thePacific Coastand there married a Scotchman or Irishman by tho name of When Mrs J W Mackay first camo to London and attracted tho attention of fashionable society by Riving a splendid en tertainment which the Priuce of Wales left alarge party at Iloldorness House to cittcnd some thoughtlessor illnatured person in Mrs Chains a query asVo whether Mr Mackay whose name was then in all peoples mouths as the silver king of America coujd possibly be the person who was reported to have mar ried Chains maid There does not seem to have been the slightest imaginable incentive or excuse for this query except the idle and frivolous the per son who iwadfi it Who this person was 1 do not undertaketo say although buted to two not very or to fashionable gossip but as case oTthe crows the query once1 started went from mouth to mouth untilIt grew into assertion it was so often repeated that at last to the knowledge ofMrs Mackay as proceed ing from a wellKnown AtnerleanladyiiQw residingJn QUESTION Interesting Observations Made by Eastern Astronomers BOSTON Doc TiuntrNE Dispatch Chronicle Series The question of double stars which has since the introduction of the photographic teles cope become one of tho absorb ug topics in astronomical circles has within a few days assumed new importance Tho latest issue of Xaturc contains a statement from one of Profossnr Lockypfs ssistanUi that he has taken photographs of Vegas Alpha which indieaio o him that this famous star is a spcvtrosoopiu double of the typo bfta unriijV and urttr the typo of double star alluded to by an English astron onu1 They about each other with appalling so that while on one niiiht arc in a line with the observer on i c they are sidi1 by sirto Trof of Harvard Observatory says that Ihry have seventy photographs of the star in qiustion taken at frequent In tcrvals and that a preliminary study of t lies shows only a single spectral line A very excellent phoiograph which was taken Thursday night was slunvn and lie line was so that it may bo definitely staled that then Vegas showed no evidence of being a double star with components oilcling about each other as the Kugliirli asuoniunor at tlio rate of 370 miles per hour Justice Swiftly Meted Ont to sissippi Desperado WIPIHB 0JT TEXAS LAWS INVOLVING TSEM OFTliE WKOT Jf tho Supremo Points V ior Klevou Veurs Sustains Certain ll Umlioiul ro Null bev no tiroirliutyakr Xiclcets TpAciiriC Dec CiVGobko operator for hasbeen sentenced to UhrQugh tickets ninkliitr The crimts was phlydiscovered1 yesterday after jioo as nim ed iately takeiir be fore THREE HUNDR1SI MltrTON LOST IN SOUTH AMJCRICA Londoners Sarpriinod by the Financial Stability of clie Unvttd tiong on Jiarimg Trouble NKW YORK Dec Dispatch Francisco Chronicle iel Page who has lust returned from Europe tonight talked about the financial crisis la foreign countries It was jusi as tight a as Louden could stand without go ing said Mr Page for had the as sistance from the Bank of France been with held another twentyfour hours the Bank of England could not havo taken up the Baring obligjjtibus scores of smaller houses woujd inevitably havo foliowea the collapse of the Barings The Baring guar antee is backed up by more names than have been made public for It required a tremendous line of credit I am informed that the English capitalists have ios in South American speculations iuthe last fiveyears so you can appreciate what a drain there has been on the coffers of London banking houses This money ww divided between Government and industrial and it looks as if the bulk of at were a total loss The in stability of the ment and the unscrupulous schemes of their politicians are responsible for this wreckage of will end and one can accurately foresee be liquidation and afooting up of the balance before confidence can be fully restored That will require many mouths of inquiry and scrutiny Tlie crisis has helped In this respect that it hasdemonstrated to the world and to no fuoro than England that we can over The way New crash wasa surpriee It opened the eyes of Braised thiscquulry con CLOMSY GQUNTERFEITERS IN FRAHCE NKW YOHK Dec Disjiatoh Krnncisco special from tho Trilnma eorrcsponclotit at Wash ington says thncs in the realm of lotion con m in possibilities than are to lu found in a ivmafkiible case which will be in iir Ssipioine Court of the United day In the ooining There is nothing in brief discloses the the case Hut hist Tuesday I hud an opportunity of becoming jHquaiiiUHl with the hero this story and from liim I Icnrntd of n pictur chapter in history of the country The case which is so soon to be represented involves or people now lying under sentence of death It means imprisonment or lilxrty for over 3000 now conHnod in thepenilen tiarics of Texas nnd tho title to property passed upon by judicial in tluit State during the last eleven yniiis There is great curiosity in Usgnl eirclos to learn what the Supreme will au vise in view of an in comestible declaration in the brief Tlie opinion of two of the best lawyers in tho afior a deliberate examiiuition of the case sustain a view involving the wiping out of all tlie judicial proceedings in this during the last few yeirs In brief the point at issue relates to tho certiliuatkm of tho laws of Texas This wns done eleven years ago This coditica tion u be performed by a clerk of the name of Lylo It was done In a slovenly manner according to the allega tions of the brief and the never ratUied by the LegisLitiiro As all of tho judicial circuits werereorgan ised under Die codification and the Judges wore appointed in accordance the spofificiitlonu of the unratltied cede it fol lows that if tho point made in this case Is good all their icls for the last eleven years are nuli and void that every man executed j has been judicially murdered that every person imprisoned boon falsely impris oned suid that every judgment given re lating to property values can bo set aside it the Supremo Oouitof the United States finds tho allegations set up to be correct The point in this will be argued In the application of Dick Duncan who Is under sentence of death The case as it stands in the Supreme Court is Dick Dun can versus J K McCall sherifT of Rexar county Texas This is and involves the rights of every mau under sentence of death In tho State Tho history of this startling legal case is peculiar Its development is a piece of en terprise in Texas journalism Thomas Jotters McMinn is the hero of this discovery For a number of years he was a reporter upon the Si Louis GlobeDemocrat From that service he went to Sun Antonio and there conueeted himself with tbo San An tonio Times Mr McMinn began a war upon the Mexicans in his newspaper by calling upon tho police to break up the gambling houses In town In so doing he says ho in curred the enmity of tho Mayor who was a Mexican himselfby birth The first evi dence of the Mayors enmity wns shown in the municipal authorities trying to levy a tax upon Mr McMinn for practicing the legal profession In the course of the pro ceedings against him and they are not yet settled McMinn made a discovery regard ing thecodification of laws a full de scription of which appears in tho brief sub mitted in the Supremo Court ENGLANDS BAD INVESTMENTS to America Lioaded With Spurious IMjht With Des RxjUuyor Whipped Almost to Crimes Doc Roetac Laiulinc on Yazoo river Dennis Martin in company with othor engaged iu a of craps close to Mr Avons store a prominent citizen nnd wealthy plantation owner Afier plnyinR some Lime a disturb ance was raised wlicii An m went cut and remonstrated and tindinfi Martin tho cause of the distilrbuuco advanced upon him Martin drew a revolver and tired upon Aron without effect Aron wont into his store and Puilip Thomas followed by several other colored men carried Martin into tho store to to Avon Martin upou seelnic Aron pulled his revolver and fired pointblunk at Aron killing him almost instantly Martin then turned and fired upon several others Ho then attempted to but was captured by u posso col ored citizens and lynched COUNTERVK3TING IN FRANCE How a Company of EmiRpants Wcro Ijoadctl With Spurious Coin PAIUS Oec Chronidf have recently been made hereof counterfeit coin manufactories on a large Chief Detective Goron lias for a long tlmo been on tho outlook for tho makers and distributors of a number of false coins ranging from tho humble onefritno piece to tho IouIs dor which for some months havo been circulat ing in and different parts ot tho Cou quantities sudielent tomakoltncc to put a to the tho The modern Vidocq sot his men to worlc iuid thinks ho has succeeded in quite a big concern Mis pleasure at catching the criminals how over was hrmlly equaled by hib contempt for the clumsiness of their tools They aro too clumsy to make card counters ho exclsslmed How they manage got coins out of those molds to deceive tho veriest jrivenhorn I cannot understand and yet they do and tho coins aro passed every where H only shows how careless tha ordinary run of people aro about oxamlninK the money they receive nud haadle and how few really know good from bad money Tho palming off of base coin npoa travelers is a very frequent1 means of getting rSd ot counterfeit money Some few years ago a vessel containing a considerablfl number of French emigrants 1inded at New Orleans and iii ton days tbo oity wns Hooded with counterfeit United dollars half dollars arid French twenty franc pieces Several arrestsTvero made but the sin was being committed with such evident Innocence that tho sinners were only hold to assist in covery of tho real criminals They were not ditflcult to find or at least their olHoes were not but tho birds had flown They wero emigration agency in Paris who out about ono hundred and fifty emigrants to America had very kindly converted all their French money into American bcforo dispatching them They had actually evca taken the bank rate All tho American money with the exception of a few dollars for use on the ship was counterfeit It hud been made in Paris A PATHETIC STORY A Settler Murderedand His Wife and Child Die WICHITA Dec Dl3 Francisco CftronteZc In a ravine in the Flint bills of Grocnwood county this morning a party of hunters covered tho bodies of an unknown woman and child Tbo bodies were huddled together and on tho forehead of tho was an ugly bruise beneath which the skull was found to bo crushed Th9 bodies wero poorly chid I the pockets of the man were found two letters one from Palmer addressed to Thomas Potter Englewood and the second someone Englewood signing Mmseltv to Thomas Potter Jieeco wood An Investigation at Recce showed that about a week ago a prairie schooner con talning a man woman and child through the town where a few necessities were purchased While there the movers intimated that they leaving Western Kinsas to return East It is supposed in the Flint hills which present a dreary wmte for miles in all directions the encountered some of the horsethieves who mikc their haunts in these regions and that inresisting an attempt to steal his and team the husband received his blow uid that fearful of separating herself in that wild region from her wounded band the wife and babe lay down and beside ING FRENCH ROBBERS Will Hypnotize or Knifoa Victim Circumstances Require r PARIS Dec San Francisco Chronicle rob bory that occurred on the Lyoni mall France on Thursday night has many senBa tional features Tbo pcspetrator has Identified and his actions traced serves to let a ray of light upon the ics that have been mysteriously happening jiud have called forth a long line of ibusdevices on the part of parsons were engaged in them woman in one of the trains near Monte v Carlo 5s fresh In the public mind believed that she was crime was accompanied by thrust it indicates that the criminals nrepared science or he P them on t It 5s now thought that theMJ Ktiiltv manin both the latest a oam who hud been fleeced at Carlo and took this dangerous means trieving his vHe jiis An ExMayor Tied to estimation asy a lopu we have of herein jrathii South Ajnerican Pritchard   

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