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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                THE TRIBUNE is the only Sevenday Paper published be tween Denver and San Fran cisco and contains tbe only Complete Telegraph Service in the Rocky Mountains THE TRIBUNE is delivered bjv carrier to all parts of the city at 25 cents per week Monday edition included Telephone No VOL XXXX NO 235 SALT LAKE CITT UTAH MOKDAY MOKNESTG DECEMBER 15 1890 PRICE FIVE CEXTS A LIVELY IRISH SUNDAY Parnell and His Opponents Hold h raerous Spirited Meetings STONES STICKS AND PROFANITY The Kilkenny Content and the Uh War in AfricaCitfarH Thac Arc by Rufisiunb Kesoiit interference his selfcontrol and conlnnnd to Indulge in bursts of dissent ana Indignation occa sionally subsiding Into D dogged silence whfin Davltt scored a point CMU When a HOcond appeal was being made cy Davitt Father OShea yakl Friends let Davitt I dont agree with him but ruspcct him from tho bottom of my heart whole scono was characteristic of th impulsive Irish race There was no disor der and after tho speech making ended the whole crowd iled quietly into the church where mass was celebrated A BERLIN ELOPEMENT Tho Flashy Secretary Gives Cp His ftirl for RKHLIN Deo Special to A sensational incident occurred here las wotk Fran Schell tho lady in the case Is one of the wealthiest maidens In her own right In this city She has been sought after by of desirable young men and al tho attentions and compliments have been lavished upon her that are generally the portion of an ollglblo arid beautiful girl The paternal Suholl employed as private BOCrotary a clover youth who Indulged in A VERY LIVELY SABBATH Tho Participate in CharacteriHtic Incitlont Doo At County Mayo today Parnell and his followers wort tlonuu need from tho altar In many other Catholio churohus similar donunola tions wore uttered A circular by tho bishop of Cloyon read In tho ohurohas today says in oonsoqutmoo of tho deplorable rf things produced by Iarnolts un prlndiplod and unpatrlotlo action it Is of tho utmost Importance to thu league brannhos of this Parnoll addrossod a mooting of fiOO at Tullyrono today Ills speech was mainly a ropoMbkm of his in previous speeches It was delivered amid a running commontary of orlos aiioh as with Judas Hwaly To hull IIonnossy tho squealer from cortain of his hearors Krom Tullyrono Parnell and hla frlonds drovo to Froshford Parnoll addressed another mooting roforrlnwr during his speech to tho suooders as Mmlsorablo butter whom ho had pushed out of ob Hcurity and given a butter chance than ho gave himself While talking Parnoll was Interrupted by a gatberliig of his opponents who shouted To boll with tho adultorer A tight would Inevitably have followed but for tho presence of polloo Parnoll closed his days work with an ad dross at Arllngford whore ho spends tho night Tho A nUParnoll faction held a mooting today at Tipporary at which 2000 persons wyro present Canon Cahllls taking tho was tho signal for a band of tifty Par nLllltos to start cheering for their leader TliU was responded to by the antlParnoll itos and the choorlng was kept up by the two factions for fully nn hour making It Impossible for tho speaker to ho hoard Father Humphreys and others tried hard to pacify tho opposing crowds but in soUo of efforts stones wore thrown and sticks usod trtoly utid a sorioiis conflict averted only by Mu final withdrawal of tho PariiuU itis After tho spioinios wero inacle a reso lution was iarrlod in support of McCarthy and his followers TMUKATKXBD IIASKR Moaly KiMtny Tan nor and Davitt today addrosswl a mooting in support of Sir John 1opo Hennossy Moaly declared that If Par ncll woro allowed to retain tho would stump Ireland with a now banner madu uf Mrs OShons petticoats Parnoll said put Captain OShoa in Parliament thy prlco paid bmnfi the honor of OShoas wlfo At a stormy Nationalists convention at Nowry resolutions wore adopted strongly ioiioiinclnix Parnoll and tho Frtwrnrns Jaunml and calling for tho roslgitatlon if Justin Huntloy McCarthy who roprosonts Nowry in Parliament bocauAe of his having supported Parnoll At a hTgo ntcettng at Youghal at which Cannon Keoler presided resolutions oon donining Parnell adopted CAKWCKONSimi Dec 14 The Board of Guardians have rescinded tlelr vote of want of coiifUlonoo in Parnoll A OriAKACTKUlSTia 1NCTOKNT Thero was a race botwoon the opposite parties to catch el do tors at Davitt and Sir John Popo Hennessy reached that place just boforo tho celebra tion of matti The priest however de cided that tho mass could wait and mes songtrs wtro dispatched to teat UD tho people Kortyflve minutes saw a crowd collected lu the market placo hcttdott by Father Shortal At the sumo luomunt a band of ParnolUlvs arrived hoadod by Fathor OShea a suspended priest Tho Pavnollitos however joined with tho in thoir mooting shouting to Davitt Yoxjro iJavitt rfpoko until leather OSioa thon leader becoming impatient exclaimed must The latter arnJd good Humored laughter appealed to Father OShea as a chivalrous Irishamn to lot him Father OShea was molll fled and said ho would Billow Mr continue but after Davitt hud uttered a j few words In con dom nation ofParnelJ Father OShea Tho young woman fell in love with tho sec retary and It IH said proposed an olopo ment Anyhow on Monday night last they stolo from thoir respective rooms and de parted together They journeyed about for throo clays enjoying thornsolves Immensely but an angry brotfior was hot on tho path and ho overtook the runaways at Hamburg us they were billing and cooing in tho cabin of a steamer bound for London language was indulged In but dually a compromise was reached tho terms of which worn that tho secretary should bo mid to dowert the girl arid go to Armtrioii Tho brother produced collateral to that amount and Mio secretary proceeded on his way to America Tho maiden waf rnUiniod to this city where aho is now hidden from tho public A VOICE FROM THIS GRAVE LONDON Deo to Tin jelling for tne Baasott divlHimi of Not tinghamshire takos place on Monday and I and conspicuous jewelry sinuo speouh Thursday Liberals havo booomo very hopeful of suc cess Thu re WSIM however a large majority against at the law contest and If thu scat Is won It will rank us ouo of tho groat Mnoral victories sinew the Liberal eloc tion JnforluniUoly tho present split in tho frlsh party Is having tho effect of tn couratfing Mio lukewarm Gladatonian voters to aliswit thornrtulvOH from tho and iioro than thu average canvassing is wanted to tiring Uujsy coldbloodud ones to a proper HJinsfi of duty Tio Kilkenny polling takes place on Mon day week and tho nimilt will bu declared on Dm afternoon of tho following day It la doubtful whother Sir John Honnessy IB the bast candidate tho McCarthy party could have selected Ho Is a mornbor of tho lending Tory club and a stigma attaches to hint Patnoil has been much rnoro fortunate In securinK Mr Vincent Scully Both aides Hpoak confidently of victory and advance much Hpcculatlvo reasoning to suppTfc thoir Ideas Tho battlo will bo a hot ono All tho political Interests will bo centered there for tho noxt ton days and It may reasonably bo ex pec tod boforo that tlmo has elapsed that tho biaolc thorn will enforce convincing on either sldo Tt Booms likely according to tho latest de velopment that tho contest will bo botwoon PartioHs men and tho prlostst or us a local paper heads Its column on tho election Tho Split It Is stated In wolllnformed quarters that an attempt was mado aomo tho hearing of Mio OShoa divorce through ono of tho hlghost ecclesiastical dignitaries In tho United Kingdom to Captain OShoa to lot tho suit drop In tho Interest of the Liberal party and of home rule Tho at tempt wan mado in conjunction with an ollor to secure tho pecuniary Interests of Captain OShoa and of hla son arid it was mado with tho full of nomo of tho most In lIuonMal mtsmbors of tho Qladstonlan Lib oral party This must sorvo to explain tho rrmnnor In which Mr Parnoll reculvod at tho eleventh hour tho suggestion that tho Liberal loaders regarded his retirement aa Itofoort lirowniiitf Speaks to His LONDON Dec San Francisco Chronicle Series Hrownlng Is dead yot spcakcth Yesterday was libo anniversary of tho groat English pouts loath Ills friends numerous and tuUiurthiNtle had Intondod to have some annual oelobratlon thnt will tond to keep green tho memory of tho lovable man whoso verses aro In almost ovory home In tho United Kingdom This year tho task of re calling tho pool devolved largely upon Colonel Gounid Edisons agent hero Tho Colonel Invited a largo and influential party to tho Rdlson Tfouso whcsro he produced a phonographic cylinder containing a few sen tences spoken Into It by Browning on April 7 1880 at tho house of Rudolph Lohmtinn tho artist Tho cylinder was placed In tho rnachlrio and when it was started thoro camo a marvolotis reproduction of lirownlngs voluo Ho congratulated Tennyson on his latest work asked how long It would bo bo foro electricity and mans Ingenuity would outstrip In reality tho broad fiction of Jules Vurnos Imagination and mado reference to tho glories of returning spring n topic especially ploaslng at all times to Brownln It WHS Mio first tlmo In England that a volco hudboon hoard from tho grave It WUH porfootly with a slight halting at Intervals ill tho sentences of doop manli ness as though tho speaker was then in splondld physical condition Thoru was ro gret that Browning had not reoited tho wholo of one of his own pboms into the ma chino HO that his rending might have boon enjoyed by the world for all tlmo to eomo THE AFllICAN QUARREL A War Threatened Between Portu gal and the Mast Africa Company LONDON Doe San Francisco Chrmildo Series at Is diverted to somo extent even from tho Irish quarrel by tho threatening news from Lisbon and East Africa Dispatches from Lisbon state that tho popular excite ment is liuiroaslng and that tho Ministry Is rapidly losing control of affairs tho Govern ments only course being to drift with tho tlclo or resign Volunteers uro hundreds to fight the HrlMsh and the nown that tho Portuguese lag had been hauled down tit Mutagiis Kraal caused a of oxcltornont La tor explanations botwoon tho two Governments Imvo been dlplomatloally satisfactory but have not allayed tho footings of tho Portuguese pnopio and unless Lord Salisbury can induce the British South Africa Company to1 withdraw thoir forces nn African war seems certain wIMi Portugal and tho company as com batants and Iho company has behind It the Hfitlsh population In all tho South African colonies now a favorite resort of adventur urs of whom thoro are said to bo thousands roaming about without employment The company has largo lliuniolal resources and can enlist all the men It desires Great Britain on the other hand no troops which might bo used to compel tho com panys forces to wlthlraw from the disputed territory and tho sending of a special ex pedition WHAT ROYALTY SMOKES A Unique Collection of Fine Cigars at Jjondon LONDON Doc San FranoliicO Chronicle exhibi tion that Is unique is now in progress at tho Savoy Hotel It Is nothing more or loss than an exhibition of that are favored by royalty by the bon ton and by tho landholders uud of tho British empire It Is exciting groat In terest and all London noes there The dis play Is a collection of tho finest of examples of tho tlnesc brands of tho crop of 1888 Thoro uro In nil separate cigars con tained in the cabinets and on shelves One cedar cabinet contains of tho fiuost Cubans of this cabinot has tho distinction of acting as a olgarguago for the Rothschilds as that family ordered hero three fillings of this cabinot at ono timo That cigars Tho catalogue says that tho cigars con tributed by tho Prince of Wales shows that ho has a craze now1 for green goods He wants them of lino quality but they must bu fresh undrlod green RUSSIAN DEFIANCE A LEGISLATIVE FORECAST An Ontline of the Congressional Programme for the Week THE REAPPOBTIONMENT BILL COMES UP The Pressure for Financial tion May Become Too Great to Be RcHisted The Agricultural De partment Discovers a Sorghum Sugar Process The Jews Must Go Though All Eu rope Objects ST PKTEttSiiuuo Doo 14 JVouoe Vrcmya protests against English or other foreign interference in regard to the treatment of the Jews in Russia and says The meet ing In London will not advance tho Jews one stop At tho bottom of tho movement Is tho fear of tho English of an invasion of Uioir country by the Jows who might de prive the poor of their bread and entor into competition with the rich us well It was not religious intolerance that prompts the measures relative to tho Jews In Russia wlujri their synagogues stand proudly by the side of tho Christian churches It is the absolute noctssity for saving the rural pop drained of their resources by tho Jows who have already ruined the ptiasunts In Galyra Roumanlu and Pornera nla Miussla will save tho Jews from popular retribution Sho does not sumo false liberalism but uots openly in protecting tho prosperity of tho If the whole otEuroue should attempt to force a distasteful policy upon she is in a position successfully to defend her inde A Denver Doctors Project Dec Dr benrer WASHINGTON Deo will take place in tho tfonato this week is largely de pendent upon tho Kepubllcan caucus to morrow or Tuesday Tomorrow will bo tho twelfth clay of the pendency of tho Election bill and tho probabilities are unless the caucus take a decided step to wards a speedy termination the pressure for financial legislation will become too groat to bo resisted In tho House the Roapportlonmont bill will bo called up Tuesday There Is no con certed opposition on the partof tho Demo crats and the light which at tho beginning of the session was generally predicted will not como oil CuLchooripurposes to call up the Army Appropriation bill at the first opportunity The friends of tho Shipping bill have boon assured of a friendly disposition on tho part of the Rules Committee towards thoir meas ure and possibly tho Iteapportlonmont bill may bo disposed of quickly enough to per mit the Shipping bill to conio np this week Tho Dorsoy bill to reduce the compulsory deposit of bonds by National banks and to tho issuo of circulating notes be urged for Immediate consideration A SORGHUM SUGAR PttOCBSS The nniiual report of tho chief of the chemical division Agricultural Department contains an account of a process recently at the Department as a result of exporimonts in tho chemical laboratory with reference to tho manufacture of sorg hum sugar The reportof tho chemist ro citos somo of the various difficulties hitherto found In tho economic manufacture of sugar from and indicates that a solution of tho question will be found In Homo process which would separate as nearly as possible tho gummy agglutinated bodies from tho juico without pru clpltatiou of the sugar The known property of alcohol to produce pre cipitation in tho juice was made use of in a further study of this problem Not only has the removal of the gums boon ellocted by tho process ovolyod during these experiments but it has been shown that tills can bo effected at a cosh comparatively trifling bycomparisonwith tho results ob tained The articleused in precipitation oan bo almost wholly recovered by subse quent distillation Another feature is that the gummy substance separated by the pro cess Is Itself formontablo yielding almost half its weight in alooliol In order that tho now method may become possible tho report suggests necessity for modification of the revenue laws of 1SOO so as to allow tho preparation of alcohol usef in tho process to bo carried on without a tax to bfi made under bond by tho manu facturer that it will bo usod only for this purpose Tho chemist claims substantially an in crease in tho yield of sugar per thousand gallonsof julco of from an average of about pounds to anaverage of over at an increase of cost of production of S for the alcohol whioh enters into the now procoss A HOST OF WIDOWS Thousands of Fatherless Families in the Pennsylvania Coal Regions SORANTON DOC Dis Francisco Chronicle probably nopart of tho Union contains so many widows and fatherless children in proportion to Its population as the anthra cite coal regions of Pennsylvania Scran tons last directory shows that there are 1012 widows In this city it is estimated that tho proportion is about the same In all the coal mining cities and settlements of the Lackawanna and Wyoming regions On an ivurago the widows of Scran ton 4mve three children apieco so that the number of fatherless girls and boys In the city limits is more than ilOOO A majority of tho hus bands and fathers of this host of widows d fatherless children lost their lives in ihc mines furnaces steel mills foundries nachinc shops and on tho railroads of this bustling metropolis of the anthracite coal lelds More men and boys jnoot with vio ont deaths in the mines and breakers of the Lackawiuina and Wyoming valleys than in ill othor deathtraps combined und it is not an unusual thing for ton or a latal accidents to bo reported in a single nonth in tho immediate neighborhood of A SJjAVlNOORBtfTT MATCH The California Athletic ChinOffers a Purse of LONDON Dec Dispatch ban Francisco Chronicle i Slavin announced torday that he had re jolved a cablegram from Joe Thompson tho Australian ishowin San rancisco stating that the California Athletic Olub had offered a purse of for a glove contest between himself and James J Slavin said that ho was pleased with the offer and to tight In March He insist however on au outside bet of Corbott is said to bo willing to make Jumped From the Third Story ST Louis Deo the progress of a fire in abuilding at the corner of Eighth and Marlon streets this morning throe Inmates jumped from a third story Ileinrlch Sohultz died this after noon from Injuries received buttheother two Lizzie auci Kate Koch were only slightly hurt Oliphants Spirit Dictates a Novel NEW YORK Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle is re ported from Paris that the of the late some after his death1 young assistant in bis business at Haifa in Syria Ss riow en gaged with her present husband rfnd with a lady of fortunefrom New York in writ Ing out under the dictation of the spirit of Olipbant a noyelof the mystical and psy ohioal The Methodist Revision INDIANA Deo session of the coriiniisslon for of the Methodist has is At to ooiiapleip a vfAiv rOUgh draft Of ym fl n a 1 meeting j ust before th e co nfe rein ce of 1890 the be Biveu the work NEW the ieoii dDxibrii TAPPED HIS BRAIN An Unusual Operation Performed by Philadelphia Physicians PHILADELPHIA Deo Dis Francisco Chronicle An unusual operation was performed in the Philadelphia hospital to relievo a young man of blindness deafness and loss of taste together with convulsions Com rjunioation with tho man was made wit consideinblo difficulty Writing slowly on his hands was the only means of convoyiu any iiotion whatever to his mind H avowed that tolive In his present conditior would be far worse than death and freel consonted to tho operation before a larg class of physicians and students Di Hearn the surgeon began tho operation and Mrs Keene and Footer assLted Lines were drawn carefully aoros tho smoothly shaved scalp in ordoi to clearly define tho position of the fissure of the brain Aftur a large triangular lap had been removed the bone was quickly tre pained leaving a largo openingin the brain Upon cutting tho membranes over tho braii substance tho brain was seen to bulgo ver greatly from the opening in tho skull an when a troohar was thrust into tho braii substance out flowed three ounces of brain fluid and tho brain sank to its normal condl tion Uorse hairs were now inserted ti drain excess of fluid which mlgh accumulate and tho scalp was once mon drawn over the wound The future wil toll the success of this operation It i hoped as has occurred in previous opera tious of like character that his sight anc hearing will return and that ho will hav no more convulsions A WOMAN EXPLORER DAKING PKOJI5CT OF AN INTREPID AMERICAN LADY She WiH Hnnd an Expedition to the Wild ost Portions of Africa and Study the Customs Natives V Is stair ami securing vap pliances for a hospital which he proposes to found ia AiattrLna several reiidy KANSAS CITY Doc Dls Francisco Chronicle Visiting in this city at the home of Mr Uo land K Oonklin is a lady who while al ready well known In the literary world is In a short timo to undertake an entorprist of literature and investigation which without question place her on an indlvidua plane and one never yot occupied by i woman Tho lady is Mrs May French Shel don wife of Mr E L Sheldon who repre sents tho JarvisOonklin Mortgage Trust Company In London The undertaking which she to engage Is a trip into tho wildest portion of Africa not as as member of an exploring party butas the head of It Mrs Sheldon has lived most of her life London although she is a native New Yorker She has devoted much of her time to and has given groat attentioi to African exploration Her homo ia Lou don has been the rendezvous for Afrlcai explorers jind students She has been for r an intimate friend of Henry M Stanley Mrs Sheldon says that her vontnro is no missionary work it is not in tho interest of any institution or Government it is not to attack or defend anything or anybody She is going simply because she wants to and going to run the expedition herself and to suit She goes to Africa for tho purpose 01 learning thewuys and anc folk lore of tho natives and incorporating them into a book She is to sail from Eng land in February and will go first to zibar thence to Mombasso and then will begin the worst part of herjourney In telling of her proposed travels Mrs Sheldon said Tho expedition shall bo en tirely my own The honors if there bo any shall nor bo divided and tho criticisms and of course there will be many must bo aimed at me alone I shall take my stenographer only to the starting point in Africa and from there on I shall be clioxonly white woman in the party I shall bo attended of course by several women I will also have several Arabattendants arid suohmilitary protection as 1 think band of less than fifteen or twenty would find it ex trornely dangerous in such i country 1 ex pect to roach Mount Iviilmajo from 200 to 800 mllos from the coast and country where no white woman lifts evor boon I shall have special passports from Secretary of State blaine and also letters from Stan ley Stanleys name is like magic in Africa and altogether T have little fear but that my little venture will be a comparatively safe one I shall be in Africa three A WARNING TO THE WICKED THE JVIOKMONS WILL KISB UP ANB SINNJKBS BK An Old Woman Who Stars Predicts Dreadful Time Says Harrison Will Bo llooloctod SmAGUSiE Doc San Francisco Chronicle Harriet M Van Qoeson lives in what is left of the old Glbba mansion Lafayette ten miles south of Syracuse It was once palatial as country residences go but is now occupied by owls bats and Mrs Van Hoesen Sho is a disciple of the lost art of astrology and a ago laid the foundation of a proposed academy for its study which on account of the lack of funds was never completed Mrs Van Hoeson has read the and deduces that from Adam to the 1800 years that it was 1800 yearsfrom tho flood to the destruction of Sodotn and Gomorrah 1SOO years from that time to the last ton years of the first century A when three cities were destroyed and ihat the next period now corning to a close will witness the destruction of the In February 1S01 the Mormons will rise up against the Gentiles and a plague will cut off the wicked except such as may fleo to tho house of refuge which is building for those who will flee to tho hills in the dread ful time She says that nearly all piinisters and leaders of labor organisations are1 Mor mons secretly Shq predicts that there will be only one more Presidentia that Harrison will be Tho millennium nojrr about to begin will be fol lowed by during which the devil will have bis innings MOVING ON THE HOSTILES Two Cavalry Regiments Start For the Bad Lands Another Season for Sunol 1 NEW rDIspatoh San Francisco Chronicle Mr Bon ner has jiist received a letter from Charles Marvin superintendent ojt Senator Stari fords stock farm which ho says Sunol Is doing getting a bit She jogs double with a gentle horse and acts wellVnotfrettingor pulling any ahd Bonher I do hope you will deny yourself of driving her road just one more season aria let me tryto Thas complied the y reat trainerd request Sunol will in Air Bonnep have putupWith auil S for anpthervyear passenger pni 3renieni juniped VoyerbbardV boa ndilf oci A LURID DECLARATION OF WAR Immense Haystacks Burned ns the Signalfor Hostilities General Miles Starts for the The Seventeenth Ordered Bills Peacemakers PINE RIDGE AGENCY S Doc eial to TUB Seventh Cav alry from hero and tho Sixth and Eighth from Fort Mead Rapid City and Oelrichs will stavt for the Bad Lands touight or early in the morning and a tight with tho hostilos soems inevitable Tho Sixth Cav alry consists of five or six hundred Accompanying them will bo two hundred and fifty infantry under Captain Wells of Oolrichs and throe hundred State militia under M LI Day Tho day guard lias been doubled and tho night pickets quadrupled hero Just before taps sounded in night great sheets of light wero seen to tho northwest in tho direction of the Bad Lands Tho light spread until it extended for a dis tance of two miles along tho horizon This morning a scout brought word to General Brooke that tho light was made by the burning of long rows of hay stacks and was a signal that th3 hostilcs had determined Irrevocably to start on the war path and that all Indians who did not join thorn would hereafter be dogs and enemies Tho scouts also reported that the hostlles are constantly being reinforced and no deser tions had occurred except Two Strikes and a few BUFFALO BILLS PEACEMAKERS Tho Wild West Indians Making a Good Record OJTAMBBRLAIN Dec Dis Francisco Chronicle The largo number of Indians who have been abroad for the last few years with Buffalo Bills Wild West show are doing some good work among tho unruly Indians be longing atRosebud and Pino RidgoAgon olcs and to their efforts as much as to any one thing can a prevention of an Immediate outbreak among the red men bo attributed These Indians emphatically refused to listen to any proposition from tho hostiles looking to their joining them but have con tinued as peacemakers at all times since their return and they are untiring in their efforts about a peaceful set tlement of tho present difllculty These Indians act in marked contrast to some of those educated at theCarlisle Indian school as iwauy of tho latter are among the hos tilos Tho Seventeenth Ordered Out CHEYKNNU Dec to Seventeenth Infantry sta tioned at Fort Russell is having tho regular Sunday night scare General Mlznor tho post commander telephoned to this city that a train to take his force to for the march to Tine Ridge has been ordered A groat many soldiers are in town tonight securing articles for the trip They expect to leave within twentyfour An Aztec Messiah KANSAS CLTV Dec Duis Del Commun of Choluln Pueblo in the city today en route to Chicago In an inter view tonight he said the Aztec Indians of Mexico are afflicted with a Messiah very similar to that which is disturbing the Indians in the Northwest Tho Aztec pro phecy is very like chat which is believed in by the Sioux Tho Messiah will cause the volcano Popocatapot to erupt and over whelm tho country with lava which will destroy all but tho Aztecs Miles Starts for the Front CHICAGO Dec Miles accom panied by Captain Maus and the Generals private secretary JMizen left1 Chicago to night for St Paul The General will stop at 3t Paul a couplo of days and then go to the Northwestern Indian country He could not say how long ho would bo absent THE CLEARINGHOUSES SUCClS LONG FAST It Is Feared tho Italian Has Under taken Too Much NEW YOUK Dee Dispatch Francisco Chronicle forty five days fast is long enough for That is Succis of fasting at tho be ginning of the thirtyninth day of his absti nence from food Tho medical committee are quite of tho same opinion too They found Succi in a condition of extreme irrita bility at their daily examination of tho physical state of affairs that had lasted up to thattime over thirtysix hours and noted in their bulletin that the Italian had lost twenty onrucs ho was previously weighed whioli is an alarming loss of tissue at this stage of ihe Tho dottors like the faster are worried for fear that forty five days will be a few hours over his ca pacity foronduranyo Already Succi has lost six and a hnlf pounds more than ho had at the finish of his last fast nnd nearly seven long weary days must bo yet put behind without breaking down to complete tho task Sued has sworn to noicvi mulish Succi is nil grit and muscle and his will power is but there is a limit to everything One of the committee is of tho opinion thnt the limit in Succis cast is dangerously near lie i specialist in nervous diseases and says rho endurance and strength of tho purely nervous organi zation are positively marvelous but when pushed too far tho collapse of tho Individual is complete MARGARET MATHER IN TRGOBLE ItUMOIt SAYS TIIK A WANTS Sho ami Kmtl Wooed With Their Eyes Worn Married on tho Sly and They Are No iv Separated Their Trial Will ibonnd in Sensa tional Features HYPNOTISM IS SABRIELLES PLEA Fabulous Sums Offered for Seats in tho Murderer of Four Xojrroes Sent Ux for The Record of Crime YORK Doc Dispatch Francisco Chronicle Miss Margaret Mather the actress wcddod the orchestra leader Emil Haberkorn on a February day in 1S87 slyly stealing away with him to a little parsonage in Bufialo whore an Episcopalian roctor married them there was a voluminous expression of sur prise in theatrical circles Prior to that In teresting event Miss Mather had been wcddod only to her Mall who was then directing her professional career used to say in his always poetic way Per haps there will bo oven greater amazement when it becomes known that Miss Mathers marital romance has ended There is ex cellent authority for the declaratjpn that she is at once to sue for a divorce if indeed a suit has not already been entered There is tho usual secrecy enshrouding the affair but it is not easy to misunder stand the preliminary stops already taken by Miss Mather If Mr Haborkorn deter mines to contest the case as one of his friends intimates ho will and all the testi mony is brought forward that is now hinted at there may bo an interesting trial Miss Mather fell In love with her orches tra lender during her long engagement In Romeo and at tho Union Square Theater four years ago Mr Haborkorn is of German parentage though a Now Yorker by birth lie is said to bo a capable musi cian an abstemious man and a hard worker When Mr Hill produced Roineo and at tho Union Square Haberkorn was loader thoro Miss Mather had up to that timo lived somewhat as a recluse might She received no visitors at her hotel Her hours wero spent in study It was generally believed and her heart was supposed to be entirely free It is still said that she and the blonde musician wooed only with their eyes but their glances wero ctlective mes sengers A year or more ago It was stated that Mr Haborkorns lungs had become affected by exposure and travel Tim announcement that b would leave his wifes troupe quickly followed and this was succeeded by thenews that ho had gone to Los Angeles to recruit his failing health Since that tlmo Mr and Haberkorn havo not lived together Tho separation was ad mitted by Miss Mather horsolf last season but there was then no hint that she would seek a divorce Within i few weeks how ever there have been significant signs that she has entrusted her suit to her counsel and that she will now vigorously push it to a decision The actress is at present starring in Joan of Arc at tho Fifth Ave nue Theater Doo Dispatch Pan IYaneiseo Tho trial of Kyraud and Gabriello Bompard for tho murder of Koussalnt Augustin Gouffo whioh is u begin in Paris on next Tuesday promises to be one of tho most sensational castis cohhres over tried in Franco Scarcely an element of tho grotesque horriblo or ro mantic is lacking in story of this hideous crime and aside from tho tragedy itself tho scion titio world eager interest in tho defense put forth by tho woman that sho had boon hypnotized by tho stranger and acted under his superior will when sho hold the arms of her lover during tho savago struggle that ended in his death It is not yot certain thnt court will permit this plea to bo usod publicly and indeed three medical experts havo prepared a report af firming that while her mental condition was such as to render her liable to hypnotic In fluence she was responsible for her actions On the other hand physicians who exam ined Gahriolle in prison consider that sho was an irresponsible agent at tho timo of the murder and entirely under tho coutroj of There are nearly fifty witnesses to bo ex amined one of tho most Important of them being the dealer who sold tho trunk in which GoufiVs body was carried away Gabrieiles chief witness is M Caiagcr for whom she left Eyraud in California Ills evidence will prove how Gabrlelle camo to givo herself up to tho police and upon it will depend tho finding In her favor II such result occurs Tho most famous criminal lawyers in Paris are engaged in tho case The pubiio prosecutor Is Quosnay do Keaupepairo Ey raud will be defended by Mattre Docorl and Gabrielle by M ultra Henry Probcrt Neither of the two prisoners is without friends Mmc Eyraud who so soon as tho police wero convinced of her husbands guilt brought suit for divorce against him stopped proceed inycs when ho was arrested and tho lawyer who will defend him at tho trial is whom his wife had engaged to conduct her suit Gabriollo is befriended by ono of her admirers in youth who know her boforo the Gouffe affair who has glvoa her jailers carte blaucho for her at ono of the swell restaurants Tho result Is that tho lovely creature has a bottle of cham pagne at each of her three meals and spends most of the rest of her time In Inno cent slumber Eyraud has passed his timo in prison in writing of himself Thoro is a great demand for admission to the not only from nil Paris but nearly all tho newspaper reporters and artists and a largo fraction of tho medical profession of giand and the Continent Thousands of francs have been offered for a Single ticket 1115 KILLED FOUR NEGIIOE8 THE FOOTLIGHT FAVORITES WHAT IS GOFNG ON IN EASTERN THEATRICAL CUtCLJUS A Slight Increase Shown in the Busi ness of the Banks BOSTON Dec to The following table compiled from dis patches from the cities named gives the for tho week ending Decem ber 13th with rates per cent of increase or against the amounts for the corresponding week In 1880 CITIES iv Boston ihioapo St Louis iUsburg San Francisco incinnati ew Galvoston St ortland Or Vftshinftton Hartford St ortliind Mo Montreal Salt toux ort cattle tew Bedfprd i Total w Clearances 71 S Hi JTO J 169 132 Incrse MA is ifto 84 isii 2 0 Decrse 2 ss sio Notincluded totals apairbf that Kmrnrt JncK Coming to tho Coast Next liayiuan lu liu JLion A Kcnttickijin Given a Liifo Sentence for au Old Crime Dec Dis Francisco Chronicle Ono of tho most noted cases in tho criminal annals of Kentucky was ended afc Vaijce burg yesterday iijorning by tho conviction of John Blyew for a quadruple murder ted over twenty years ago Tho crime tho killing of four negroes was a cold blooded and unprovoked one but as it was com mitted only a short time after tho war when the laws wero lax and a bitter feeling existed against tho colored racojn tho South no effort at prosecution wjis mado Subsequently however lonfc after tho par Menhirs of the crime had been forgotten an Indictment was found but tho case has been In the courts for a number of years and only ended yesterday BJyew was given a liio sentence in tho penitentiary HE STOLE A NOTE NBW YORK Dec Dispatch Francisco Chronicle Series tus Pitou not to manage Miss Rose Coghlan and Mr Robert Mantoll next season Is organizing a stock company Among those ho has already are Mr Nel son Wheatcrott who is to behis leading man Miss Minnie Seligman Miss Adelaide Stanhope and Miss Oda Vernon Barclay Wharburton Dixeys manager has been in the city for two or three d flys endeavoring to secure a theater for tlie presentation of Dixoy in a new burlesquo San Francisco will not lack for good the atrical attractions this season Applica tions for time are refused here every week and with offerings oC all the best companies the managers have tlie cream of the busi ness to chose from Men and Women has been so successful that contracts have been signed for its con tinuance at up to the time of the companys going merit will be played i a Chicago and then people scenery and ac cessorieswill be sentdirect to Ban Francisco to fulfill a contract at the Baldwin succeeded in dis posing of to Brady of San Fran cisco The show with its trained lions is entertain mr bufhas been something of an elephant to its proprietors It will be taken to California later in the season Charles Prohmatfs company will produce Comforts of at the Bald win in February Jennie ONiell Potter made her debut as j ah actress in one act of a sketch called A at tlie Star was heartily welcomed She is acleveryoung earnest in work ought to bring her tb the fore It is quite likely she will be seen in San Franciscoi QJeceof James ONeill will no doubt be kindly recog nized by those who have enjoyeid iMonte Al Haymah London looking terial for nextseaspn will the production of a A Wealthy Omaha Citizen Arrested at Chicago CHICAGO Dec 14 81 F Winch said wealthy of was arrested this afternoon charged with tho larceny of a note Tho complaint is made by Mrs F Stanton who resides on Washington boule vard this city A matter of 000 in notes is saia to be involved In tho case Winch is a brothorinlaw of Mrs Stan ton Ho is f0 years of has been interested in some of her financial affairs Stantons financial agent Hurrg who is also a relative safdito night that Winch had taken a notQ without permission and retained It wrongfully Ho refused u explain the details of the tran saction and said that Mrs Stanton simply wanted iecovcr tho note from Winch and caused his arrest expecting that ho would surrender the paper BY HIS VICTISf An Escapes Through V Employers Generosity CTUCAOO Dec Dispatch v Francfsco Chronicle of confidenco betrayed and funds propriated of A generosity that shrank An engage from exposing a newlywedded wife to disgrace that would follow tbo prosecution of the offender Such is according to a ber of he firm the talo of of old Board of Trade which occurred yesterday A he said embezzled money belongingto McGurnand more in unsalable stocks resultbf forcing theold man tothe save himself byprosevvf cuting offender kept secret Mobbed ly Hungarians Pa son Howard Js work anii I aniocg other will prpbabljr tne Am er Jean rights for play He i expects tb in Juch has A contract york of U1 more or less home Americ and The decided that they must get down on before allowed A moricans i refused A bl wblch knives clubs and stones rgreat difficulty the b foreigners1 were w Hunting were ST his home salobriiso h is cWiALA1   

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