Monday, December 29, 1890

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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - December 29, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah THE TRIBUNE is the only Sevenday Paper published be vween Denver and San Fran cisco and contains the only Complete Telegraph Service in the Rocky Mountains THE TRIBUNE is delivered carrier to all parts of the city at 25 cents per week Monday edition included Telephone No 2 VOL LAKE CITY UTAH MONDAY DECEMBEEl 29 1890 PRICE FIVE CEKTS DISTRESS IN THESaiJOAH Terrible Sufferings of a Famine and PlagueStricken People THE BODIES OF THE DEAD DEVOURED Whole Tribes Wiped Out of Exist Minen in Furious Church of England Con troversy A Smart Freucb Re porter LONDON Dso TUTBUNB Uwlon DaUy corres pondent at Suakirn telegraphs that tho full magnitude of tftp famine that for thir teen months has ravaged the Eastern Soudan can never be known It only whore Europeans have boon present that Komo information has reached the outside work as to tho terrible condition of tho people The extent of tho affected roglon very In fact trustworthy native accounts Indicate that there Is not a town nor from Egypt proper to Sennair in the south from Darfou Jn the west through Kordafan to tho Nile and east to the sen that baa not during tho past year and a half more than decimated by starvation Not only tho of the plains have HiifTorod but the misery has also reached the moun tains from the BonnaAIr country to Abysslria Tho eliiff causes of tho famine aro the Insecurity of property the natives being on this account afraid to place too much ground under cultivation tho partial destruction by drouth of the crops of tho supply of grain being very deficient and tho total failure of tho winter crops of 188000 tho having destroyed nearly everything groon Tho cotton crop of Tchara and Puroor was also devoured Tho inhabitants of tho country had to rely on the coast ports for supplies which wore only re leased by tho Egyptian Government with a spare hand causing unnecessary suffering to thousands of people Tho oldoHt natlvw inhabitant novor saw tho locusts flo thick as tiioy have boon this year Tho country was vlsltod olKht times by vast clouds of these InaoctH Tho victims of tho famine aro so numer ous that It not an exaggeration to say that sonio subtribes of tho Uaflonrtowas Amarars havo ceased to exist Ths awful experience of tho peoplo has not how over lessened their determination to main tain theirfreedom Tho greatest stiff arc rs among tho tribos havo boon tho families of those who In J1884 and 18fifi arrayud thorn sol vos In battle utralnst tho English colonial nnd Indian fcfrooa and whoso bonos aro still bleaching on the plains In sllout protest atraltwt tho English attempt to place the peoplo again under Egyptian rulo Now many womon and children llo unburled bo sldo those brwidwlnnorrt starvation having round thorn easy victims In sonic places In tho Soudan tho poorer classes wore forced to oat oats clogs rats nnd llyitrds all vegetable food having dla aiMKUTCd There havo ulswi been nuuiy flouDted oasos of cannibalism freshly tn iornd bodltis of tho load having been to satisfy tho cravings of hunger Hem and there a whole village Is found de with skeletons of tho dead remaining In sotno of the houses Tlif wouUhy fared hardly bettor than tho poor as rlehos tsould not prooimi food that did not oxlst To add to the terrors of tho situation smallpox broke out and OUT nearly tho ontlro famine district For the past two months there has boon some laiprjverntnt and by spring the peoplo will probnbly havu regained thoir normal coudl but tliuy will not forgot that tho HrltUh and Egyptian authorities by closing of SuakUu against thorn aro ro spnustblo for much of thoir terrible sutler Ings Maryland as a modern creation and sug gests that It designed Its hood with tho deliberate Inteetlon to enable its grad uates to parade themselves as Dublin and llnally asked Can anyone toll mo wliethur the Murylacd University exits and has any standing aud whether its si cad fm leal hood for ministers Is in black and blue silk or what other color The letter will probably be tho commence ment a furious controversy tho English clergymen being peculiarly sensitive upon all mutters connected with the hoods and uud vestments iu general Tho fifty elgluh canon of the church enacts that graduates shall wear the hoods of thoir de grees and that any clergyman not being a graduate shall not wear such on pain of suspension It IB maintained that tho canon refers to English degrees and that Amer ican degrees curinot be evea if properly conferred by reputable universities A FRENCH MYSTERY CLEARED How an Arnorouw Count Was Assas sinated by a Jealous Ijover PAIUS TIUBUNE discovery of tho facts regarding a hitherto mysterious assassination lias brought peace to one widowed heart iu Paris A year ago the Comto do Vllleplalno was residing with tho countess at his cha teau of St Enol not far from tho ancient city of Troyes In eastern Franco In tho prime of life with a largo fortune and good lookn the couut had plenty of idle time upon his hands Ho was well known among village maidens of the vicinity and thus made friends with Julio Burthiot Julio was passably handbomo saucy and not at all bashful Sho was flattered by thu counts preference while ho was at tracted by her way of reverence for tho nobility and hor frooarid easy manners Julio had a lovor Aubo who was not over ploasod at this proof of Julios powers of fasulimtlun and decldodly objected to Its further exercise Tho handsome count however paid llltlo attention to Ills rivals llicodcoalod disliko and continued to press his suit with characteristic ardor events occupied the lato winter and early spring months and May wus just ripening hi Juno wlion ono morning a peas ant passing along a byway came upon tho body of count lyingstHY and cold almost within ho shadow of his own residence The local police wore at onuo sot to work upon tho case and exhausted all tho re scmrcOH of thoir rural ability without gain Ing fchc slightest clue to tho In tho meantime tho widowed countess who hud removed to Paris to distract her nilnrt from painful associations began to hoar unpleasant rumors In hor letters from homo Those rumors stung her to tho quick and without dolay sho laid her roubles boforo M Goron hoad of tho Paris dotoctlve force M Goron at onco conMod tho case to ono of his bost mori by tho name of Bastart who took tho flrst train for Troyos and bogan tho quest which has just ondocl successfully Dlugulslug hlrnsolf as a hawker and penetrating all tho roads and lauos In tho vicinity of oho ancient capital of OharupagniN ho made hlrnsolf thoroughly acquainted with tho district Finding In hla rambles ii quiet country inn he made it his headquarters and soon discovered that it was also tho rendezvous of a gang of poachers Among hoso was Aubo who was arrested and finally confessed that he liud boaton tho count to death Ho Is now awaiting his trial at tho assizes hour day and It will havo to be conceded If tho struggle bo ranch further prolonged tho friends of tho men propose to appeal to tho public for monetary help which It is believed will be given generously Tho Scotch directors have been endeavoring without success to obtain assistance Irom the English companies tho j latter being aware that any interference on their part bo followed by a gigantic strike of their own men arrived at Uganda after terrible and pro longed suffering about which however Mr Stanley w 11 bo surprised to learn tho worthymisslonary prelate does not Iritond to write a volume of romance A hundred miles of the long journey were through a dense trackless forest infested by savage robbers who murdered stragglers and stole loads at every opportunity THE ABSORBING FRENCH TOPIC Commences Her Impris Execution PATHS Deo TRIBUNE is still discussing the affairs of GoulTe although tko trial and sentence of Labruyere for assisting Padlewsky to escape diverted public attention momcutar lly Why an ollort should bo seriously made io obtain a commutation of Eyrauds sentence however It Is as difficult for any ono but a Frenchman to understand as it Is io realize how a jury could ilnd any mitigating circumstances in Gubrltille Borapurds conueotiou with the crime If over a more treacherous boldblooded and premeditated raurdor was committed fora more vulgar motive It Is not on tho records and yet there are plenty people in Paris who feol that Eyrauds capital sentence and GabrieJlos twentyyears term is too harsh punishment Tho tlmo is gono by for an appeal how ever and Gabrlelle has already bogua hor twenty years of penal servitude She will bo about in hor prime when hor sentence expires and will doubtless coDimit other murders It her life is spared Eyraud is already in tho prison of La Koijuetto whence ho will bo removed within twoutyolght to bo conducted to the guillotine Thy exact date of the execution of the con demned murderer Jn Paris Is known only to the officers of tho prison until tho erection of tho guillotine In bogun in the Plaoo do la Roquette and Eyraud will then be ignorant of tho particular day he will expiate his crlmo until break of day within tho next two or throe weeks the executioner bids him prepare for death A NEW MARKET FOR PORK It Is Believed Italy Is About to Remove the Embargo ROME Dec Italian Government several years ago prohibited the importa tion of American pork and lard and soon after extended the prohibition to all countries It has just taken a step how ever which it is believed will result in a removal of the restriction against tho United States The Minister of the Interior has issued a decree reciting that Italy has been satisfied that Germany Is taking every szifoguard to insure the health of its homo products Henceforth a certificate1 from a health officer is to accompany eada ship GEN BOOTHS POWERFUL FOE He Robs the Church of England of Anticipated Glory and Gold THE CLEARINGHOUSES THE SECRET OF THE TIMESS CRUSADE The Church Array Arrayed Against the Salvation Army and the Desti tute Are In a Worse Plight than as a Financier MADAME CARNOTS CHARITIES A SHAKIDSPKARKAN TRUST The ol1 WEST FINANCES How Nuto Salisbury Settled With tho Syndicate LONDON OHO TniuUNE Oa blo Salisbury Buffalo Bills part ner passed through London this wook on way to Si Ciisbrough to make arrange ments for tho opening of tho Wild West thoro noxt May It will bo romom biTod thttt when the show was In Paris in the summer of tho exposition year It wus by u syndicate of Americans and that ohargos wore nuide tu tho New York iieviiapors Mint upon tho honesty of Uu1 management Thoso charges Salis bury and Cody refused to explain at tho tliw only saying that tho pruakiont of the syndicate hid access to thoir books and to rho box oHlco at all tlnuss 90 that ho was ablo to Judgo whether or not the syndicate wus Ixilng swindhtd Voor asked Salisbury about tho matter this week Tho affair wus set ho replied to tho satisfaction of tho entire syndicate by my paying thorn out of my own pocket which I was not lo gaUy obllgtd to do Tho president of tho howftvpr made while tho was CHURCH OP A Furious KNGLAND HOODS the Controversy Over uxeiis Hencl Gour LONOON Uoo Ca Percy P Truitnm LL while aUendlng church noar Nottingham SOOUIH to paid very little attention to sorvict II Is eagle eyed lscoverotl that same thing was wrong with the officiating vloiirs hood and gown nnd ho resolved to fathom tho mystery The hood was black lined with bluo silk being to all appearancesa Dublin Master ol Arts hood but tho wear irs iiumo did not UKure lu that universitys list of graduates The vicar was evidently a fraud aud his bishop was Inforiuod of tho fact by the indignant Truman Further investigation followed and Ityrns at iongth ascertained tlat the olfendlug hood was worn by virtue of an honorary degree alleged to have boon conferred upon the vioar by the University of Maryland Tho vicar has been inhibited froiu wearing it but Mr Truman Is not entirely happy because he fears there rcmy be pthor und a Museum Relics to be Preserved LONDON Dto TIHUUNE Ca blu particulars havo been added to the statoinont that a bill Is shortly fco be Introduced Into Iarllamunt for tho purpose of vesting In a body of trustees tho In StratfurdupouAvou known as Shuko spunros birthplace as woll as other property connected with his name and also to pro vide for tho maintenance of tho library and museum in tho house on llutiloy street The other property in question Is now vested in tho Mayor aldermen and burgossus of tho town of Stratford as trustees of tho nation but Jt uppoaiii that doubts have arisen in certain quarters with regard to tho validity of the conveyance of this to tho corporation Tho bill appoints as trustees tho Lord Llou toruuit of tho county of Warwick which olllce is at present hold by the Kight Hon Lolgh the High Steward tho of Stratford and tho Town Clerk tho Vioar of tho Parish Cyril E Flowor who bus dono so much to further tho Interests of Stratford Edward Flower Henry Graves Krodedck llainos Sir Arthur Hodgson who was for some time mayor of Stratford and tho owner of one of tho finest properties iu the neighborhood Honry Irving Theodore Ahvrtlu and Mr Sthumins as life trustees They aro to form n body corporate under the name and title of tho Trustees and Guardians of Shakcspoaros Birthplace Thoy will have power to receive donations aud subscrip tions in money us well as gifts of books pictures objects of art or antiquity which lllustriitive of tho times or works of Shakespeare One power of absorbing la torest Is glvou in tho bill enabling the trustees to uirehuso Ann ILithaways coi lego at Sholtoa as woll as Mary Ardons house at Wllmecote She Has Formed tin Organization ior Relief of the Destitute v PARIS Dec TUIBUNB and Mine Garnets Christmas doings alone among the European rulers are worth rewording They devoted tho day to charity distributing from their own modest resources in small gifts to indigent and respectable widows who have children to rear Mme Carnot has formed quite a charity organization which Is headed by a friend who since tho war has dovotod his energy and tlmo to finding out deserving poor and helping them to obtain work Flo has had vast experience of the class who are habitual writers of bogging letters When Mrne Oarnot receives any application for assistance from any person she does not know she passes it on to this friend who as certains tho antecedents of tho writer and whether he or she deserves to be She reoeivos an Incredibly great number of bogging letters not one of which is neg lected though many coming from habitual boggura arc not answered Inasmuch as the inspection laws of Ger many aro no more rigid than those existing in the United States it is believed that Italy whoso trade relations with the United States have been rapidly growing until now they reach figures exceeded only by three nations will bo willing to remove the em bargo upon Amorlcan pork and lard upon similar assurances from tbf United States of thorough inspection It is known that the Government Is highly pleased with tho increasing trade with the United States which has been less affected by tho new than that of other nations It is bcl loved that the matter has been taken np by Secretary Blaino and thuli negotiations are Aionts of a number of American shippers are now in this country They say that the removal of tho restrictions against the United States would prove of tho greatest benefit and that they are satisfied that a large tujirkot is awaiting such action PATTI THE PEASANTS OSHEA REPLIES TO HEALY SCOTCH RAILWAY AUTOCRATS They Aro Taught a Wholesome Los son by the Great Strike LONHON Deo TKIBUNE companies havo suffered sim inonse loss and the community has been put to enormous inconvenience by the great railway strike Jn Scotland But tho men are entitled and so far have received muuh public sympathy and support This Is nminly due to the unjustiiiable attitude assumed by tlio railroad directors who ac customed to rulo thylr men like auto crats tumocl u deaf oar nllko to tho rospoctful petition of workmen and tho and remonstrances of the press They oomplaiu now that tho men struck without legal notice at the busiest season of the your but it has Ixjeu a matter of com mon knowledge that the strike would coui monoo just when it did Tho directors made tho not uncoiniuon mistake of under estimating this enemys strength and exaggerating tholr own They now furiously denounce trade unloulsm and in sist that a mild despotism is tho only system upon which ratlwuy servants caii be governed They declined absolutely to the refuse1 to entertain tho question of arbitration and nieri In of England whose vanity j absurdly threaten toclose may them Into acts of Sim liar rather than surrender Froin Tho Standard tills morn pedestal they wlll iooii ing gives prominence to a letter from him climb down to UulvyrsHy of i U orautically for It Is Not True That He Bartered Hie Wifes Honor Doc boon advised that ho cannot bring suit for libel with hope of success Captain OShoa bus published a letter to disprove Timothy IToalys fcaiiut that ho bartered his wifes honor to gain a seat In Parliament The letter Is dated St Aid ridge December 24 3800 Tho writer says When I was a I did my bost to promote your candi dature as a Liberal and supported Gladstone In middle Armagh and after ward at Liverpool in 1885 I quote from a letter from Chamberlain to mu dated De cember 20 1890 In which he says I ns surno that you will take SOLDO notice of the brutal attack on by Mr lloalcy at Kilkenny unless I am much mistaken you will havo no legal remedy Mis statements are entirely Inconsistent with what I know of tho goucnil election of According to my recollections noll neglooted at flrst to you any as sistance and did not do so until horuad some letters from myself to anothw per son pointing out that thu Liberal party had boon of real ad vantage to vcland and that such services continued equally necessary if It worodesired to maintain any kind of friendly relations be1 tweon tho and the Lib oral party EcKpocthig Galway I find that I wrote you olToofc In January 1886 which letter I authorise you to publish if you think It useful This correspondence ought to afford no such complicity exists havo been base enough to Tho letter fromOhaniberlain Is marked and dated January 22 1S8U Ic contains the In tlio present condition ol ullairs jfc a more than ever uivfortunate that you havo not found a suat IB there any chance of your standing for ono of those now vacant in Ireland Surely there must be an in tlio Irish party to koop opon tho chiinnels of communica tion with1 the Liberal leaders Ifevery pos sible cooperation is it is clear that a great dual of preliminary talk must be had and I doubt ifany Liberal louder is at present In direct briiicliroct communication with the Irish CtMtainly I fine myself very much in tho respect Ing fchoir intentionsand wishes Cannot you cot Parnolls exequatur for one of the vacant seats It is really the least hecan tio for you after all yoir havedone for ANCIENT AFRICAN In Evidence of Extensive u Remote Biegioir LONDON Dec Washonalatid prosneqtors ro ijort that in that remote of Afriua unknown to Euro peansVthey haVofoundoyidonce of former occupation by a large mining as shown by the remains of extensive alluvial works and and escavatiuus for small rich of yhiclrlias1 been ground on of The round stones used as rollers lie about in hidden by the accumulated soil aud tropical The Great Diva Feasts and Enter Welsh Neighbors LONDON Dec Dispatch Francisco Chronicle PattiNicolini has becomj a great favorite at her homo in the Welsh hills Christmas QVO she gave the country people a panto mime and a real oldfashloned English Yulotldo feast cheer was abundant and amusement ample Now she has arranged a Now Yearsfete for 1200 school children In the neighborhood of Oraig yNos Sho them together givo thorn a and into a vast tonic SolPa lead them In singing a few delightful glees and songs Tho diva will have plenty of time to devote to tlio little tots as she will not go to Russia unless the Imperial family makes some special concessions to her Demonstrated His Smartness PAHIS Deo TRDBUME Is ajgleam of humor1 in the situa tion that confronts De as sisted Podleneski to escape after the killing of General i BeUverskoft The Labruyere article in Sclair manner in which tho tlVe police de clares the paft in tho affair to pro ve that aiFreuchvreporter was aa smart and as capable of producing a sen sation as an De Labruyere will now have thirteen months of seclusion to reflect just how smart he was A Scarcity of PARIS Dec Eio Tin to have declined to oncer into a years contract with A nuoibor of vineyards syndicates for a supply of sulphate of copper The reasons assigned for the refusal arejia reduction of1 their stock of copper ore and large exports of sulphate of copper to The syn dicates want to secure that quantity of sul phates which they rtisb toi avert disease from vinss In their vineyards An AntiSemitic Farewell BBHLIN Deo Stoooker tho antl Somifcio preached his farewell ser mon as court chaplain today The royal was empty The whole devoted to his retirement He declared that Emperor William the grandestpf pres1 out rulers approved his antiSemitio campaign I Moute Carlo Suicides LONDON Doc are more suicides than ever year Carlo Christmas day two unfortunates who es pecially unlucky atthe tables ituYierl their to the grewsorue list and the total of this month has already reached five Siavin Has the Influenza LONDON Dec the pugilist de clines to accept Corbettsterms for the pro posed Now Orleans as he Is suffer j ing from an attack of influenza KALAKAUAS SECRET MISSION HE A WASHINGTON ROUTE BT A lilnjority of Ilia Hope He Will jtieturn a Po litical Hog ue Dec Dispatch Francisco Chronicle let ter dated December 12th has been received by a gentleman in this city froma friend in Honolulu In which tho following interesting information is given concerning King Kal aknua and hi1 probable movements while in the United It is still to have the King visit Washington The denial of the Minister of Foreign Affairs to the effect that the King would American capital was madetto allay the fears Of tho natives The scheme as it stands at present Is go to the State of Washington to benefit by its climate and enjoy its scenic will become interested in the Canadian Pacific Railroad and will be induced u THIBUNE At the other end of ho will be met by old Ington who will prevail upou Him to rim down to the city ac qiiaiTitances Then the American and Hawaiian politicians will get theirwork in thelocal programme lipvto but of course itis subject to tion by A srreat deal will also depend upon whether of some government to A entertain the of the he may not returnliyja as his health is ipobr and A Sufferings of u Baptist Bishop in Pec lie Society in view effort Dec TiumrNT Ca split in the Salvation Army occasions much talk Commissioner Frank Smith who has resigned his post as head of tho social wing of tho army was iu 1887 member of tha committee of tho Law and Liberty League Ho at that time urged General Booth to extend the work by adding to tho army work tho scheme of social re generation Tho General then did not seo his way to make the now departure that Commissioner Smith suggested and so the latter resigned his post and went to America On his return here he wont back to his post Booth having como around to Smiths views Smith hold bis post up to two days ago when ho and General Booth again disagreed on points which are not yet made public In an Inter view with General Booth ho said it was agreed between Smith and tho General that neither should make public the cause of thoir difVereneo Ho also said that he did not know that Smith was to start an opposi tion scheme Colonel Cadmon been appointed to Smiths post The motive for tho attack on General Booth and his scheme for the social en lightenment of Darkest is that the Church of England has a scheme of its own not very different from that of tho General and is anxious to prevent tho char itable wealthy from giving all their money to tho Salvation Army commander Tho Church Indeed claims to bo six months ahead cf General Booth In tho labor colony plan for relieving the destitute and raising them to useful citizenship Tho Church Army is not as well known as the Salvation Army but there is such an organization with the Earl of Mcath as president Tho Earl of Meath has been visiting Ger many where It labor colonies havo boen in operation for a long time and has investigated their workings and results Re is In favor of the Gorman plan The Earl is as emphatic as General Booth In pointing out the evils of the system of relief under the poor laws He wants to seo colonies established where an unoniployed and homeless man can labor in return for sup port and go forth to tho world provided he certain length of some a gool suit of clothes Tho condition ho considers absolutely roqusite is to demonstrate public that there is no necessity to give money or food to any ono in the street because any needy man or woman could obtain means of support honest work COf course all this requires money and while a golden rivulet has boon flowing Into collersof General Booth for tho carrying out of his scheme but little attention and less money has been given to tho plan of tho church authorities Hence criti cism in tho London Times accusing General j Booth of chlldlilco ignorance of forming i and propagating Impossible theories The article is to be followed by others that it is expected will divert the golden rivulet In another direction It is asserted that General Booths scheme although as yet only projected is already attracting to London tramps and all sorts of worthless characters frora all parts of Eng lund that tho roads leading to the metropo lis aro swarming with vagrants anxious to enjoy Booths hospitality and that tho class thus attracted consists rather of those who will not work under any circumstances than of peoplo honestly seeking for honest employment What however is looked upon by many as much more alarming Is the impression widely spread that there are practically no other methods for tho relief of the misera ble and destitute except that proposed by General Booth Tho consequence is that the Income of several most excellent and well administered charities has greatly dl iminished since England was published and the meritorious poor here tofore aided by them are In danger of serious privation These societies are now to the probability that thoir ence aud work are threatened by the Salva tion Army scheme and arc making appeals to the public not to cease contributions on account of it Itis not generally known that General Booth Is a banker as wellas a preacher and commander of the Salvation Arniy He issues Salvation Army bonds secured by first mortgage on the property of the Salva tion Army and offers tho high interest for A Tremendous Kalling Off in the New York Exchanges BOSTON Dec to Tho following table compiled from dis patches from the cities uanuxU gives tho gross exchanges for ciiclir ber 27th with ratts per cent of Increase or decrease as against tho amounts for tho corresponding week iu 1SS9 New York Boston Chicago Philadelphia 4 St Louis fi3o PittsbHrjj 4 San Francisco Baltimore 1 Cincinnati Now Orleans Kansas City Buffalo Minneapolis Providence Louisville Detroit Cleveland Omaha Denver St Paul Columbus Memphis Richmond Dallas To 2 Duluth Indianapolis Portland Or Fort Worth Washington Hartford Peoria Portland Me Norfolk Worcwster New 11 iiven Springfield Tiicoma Sioux City Lowell 4tso 34 i6i Birmingham Gnvnd Rapids Los Angeles Cbtittiuuioga M tines Now Hertford Lexington Montreal Lake S T7 o Total of N Not iucluiloil in totals this time last year cleariughouso ut D 0 MILLSS BRIDE THE MlIXrOXAIBE TO MARRY TUB MARQUISE DETAIXEYKAND he a Boston Lady and a Storyof Her Unfortunate Alliance Britain of per cent The object of issuing these bonds is said tote fair in terest sound security and the extension of of Some curt loaity is expressed to the nature of the investment that justifies such a rate of in terestl It Is also ciharged that the General lives in luxury wliile his subordinate offi cers are often driven to beg Such in brief Is the attack on the Salvation Array leader Indulged in by the article in the F IN TROUBJDE severe his any social he u politicalrbgub all thtnrisiortunes of poor littlejBawaii since in t lie U n ited S do not elaborate sympathy iii tliebreastsof a iequ iein will be felt wttbs A Swell iSociety With liiqubr Selling Dec Dis Franciisco Chronicle The1 Piedmont Club ofthis city the swell social organization here was before the Police Justice this morning upon a charge the iCoraniissioner of Revenue of selling liquprjwithout a license The attorney for club much as for profit ifc did not constitute a of the law attorney held and the PoliceiTusticereseivedhis decision till Mon diy not hear u NEW YORK Dec ian Francisco Chronidc Jour Mlx special London says Tlie en ragement of D O Mills of Now York to tbo do Talleyrand is announced hero iOday The before her marriage mownto New York society as Miss Kliza eth Curtis daughter of Joseph David Beers Curtis Boston Sho wasborn November 12 847 and is therefore Jn her fortyfourth year aud Is described as a lady ol the high est accomplishments Sho met Charles Mau rice Camille Marquis of Talleyrand during one of her trips to Europe and was married to him at Nico March 18 J807 Tho union did not provo a happy one Ho was inclined to a traveling career fond of club life aud athletics and a great duellist having more than thirty meetings on tho field of honor to his credit as tho outcome of some attacks on his family Ue was withal a goodnatured jovial man aud a keen observer During tho Centennial Exhibition he was iu America and purchased a celebrated paruro of dhuuonds for tbo lady above named and sent it to Paris Even at that date how ever tho matrimonial tie seemed to havo become somewhat strained Liltlo surprise was manifested therefore when after the introduction of tho present French law he was divorced in August 1880 His however retained the title hor marriage brought her The Marquis has since married again On January 25 1887 he led to tho altar in Paris Mra Livingston a widow tho daughter of the late Joseph Sampson of New York under Ducde DIno a ti tle which his father abandoned to him on the day of his wedding Mr Mills will therefore bo married to an American marchioness Mr Mills is now In New Yorkand his fiancee spends hor thno between Boston and Gotham according to reports The lady made a great many friends here and in Paris and it was a mat tor of sincere regret when it was known that sho felt compelled to sever the bond which hold hor so long to a scion of the Tal leyrand family DAtiiELSS SPANISH WIDOW THE ROMANCE OF DENVERS WELL KlfOWJf MEKCHANT Married CaatUian Lady Who IH Now on the and Will Sue for Half tlio Jfintate ill view jruau i i Under a uowregime there vwilljbe hope opening in to Generml Miles iu the Saddle McBride strl ke i r YORK Deo Dispatch Francisco Chronicle Series death of AVilliaDiB Daaiels the merchant prince of Colorado has a strong localinter est It is not generally known that bis lives in this city and by his death Is to the laws of Colorado to 6nebalftqf her husbands for tune which amounts to something more than Her claim will be vigor ously contested and it is asserted chat a lawsuit is already on the tapis which will be nt once one of the biggest and most In teresting of this decade The story is strauger than fiction The heroine and widow is Donna Madixxa a member of Augustin Dalys companyof the season of 188900 and later leading lady in the play Blue produced by Count Kessler at Madison square She IB a Spanish strikingly beautiful after the Castiliau type She WAS born in Madrid a trifle more than thirty years ago and has the honorof being a granddaughter of Josepha Miguel ountMadixxa She married In ut O4d Lynn The two lived happily to gfctber plpred woman who had been Danielss finally wrought about a Madixxa went on the stage during the last Sho has seen living buietly supporting horself and mother by teaching and giving a series of Monday eveoJng talks on Delsarte and art expression The case Avill probably be deli ciousgossip month to coine VBijB Foot OMAHA Deo Bees Pine Eidge special of and his band of hostiles ly the Seventh Captain Whitttsidcs capture was flictv other 7 Indians in JnT endedl THE PERILS OF THE DEEP A Thrilling Story of Shipwreck and Rescue Off Sandy Hook HEROIC WORK OF THE LIFESAVERS A Schooner Goes Ashore ing Storm of Snow and Man Lauded in Dis asters at Sea NEW YOKK Doc Dispatch Francisco Chronicle pi no lumber strews tho boach at Sandy Hook It is wirt of tho cargo of tho Ameri can schooner Melissa which stranded south of tho point of tho Hook on tho outside beach last night It was during the groat northeast storm which lash ing tlift const from Cayo Cod to Eatteras and the schooner bound from Jacksonville to this port was trying to make the harbor Had it not boon for tho horoio con duct of Captain John H Patterson of the Sandy Hoolc Life Savins Station and hardy crow every man on board tho schooner would have perished It was one of the most difficult rescues the Ufa savors say they have undertaken in years A storm of Jco und snow struck tho Me lissa Trask yostorday but she continued to beat her way northward nnd just before midnightshe was off Sandy Hook Tho snow was still coming down in bllndinp gusts and the wind which had lulled somewhat Jn tho early evening began to blow with hurricane force Captain Hatwood had ono of the an chors set down but it did not hold Tho schooner was going ashore there war no help for it and the waves were rapidly pounding her dock load to pieces Tho sails and wore frozen stiff and tho masts were covered with ice far above the gaffs The showed signs of falling Slowly tho schooner drifted toward tho bench The benumbed crow seeing the in evitable shouted with all tho strength of their lungs and signals of distress were burned The cries of tho men wore hoard even above the roaring of tho storm by some of Captain Pattersons patrolmen aud Jn less tlian three minutes two largo mortars Vora dragged over tho snow to tho beach and placed In position while a couple of life boats were made ready for launching But it was too rough to launch a boat Tho waves wore dashing far upon the beach and tho atmosphere was freezing A lifeline was shot out from ono of tho mortats but It caught oa the mtzzon tpring stay Tho crow did not dare to ascend mast n threatened to fall at any moment An other shot sent a lino through the of the main rigging however and this secured Hero a new difficulty was presented The schooners crow did not understand working the lifesaving apparatus and instead of the lino to cable which wasto the breeches buoy the men simply made the line fast Enormous seas were sweeping over the little T schoonerand she wasrolling fearfully with her docks and rigging solidly coated with Ice which was constantly growing thicker The lifesavers were at their After shouting themselves hoarse and burn ing several signals tlio lifosavors decided totry to launch ono of tho surf boats as it was plain that the crew wouM succumb ore many minutes as this was being done the Trask crow to Cap tain Pattersons began tohaul in on the line In a few minutoa the cable was in possession and thebrooches buoy brought ashore the first map His clothing frozen stiff on thelifesavers bad to almost carry him to the station The others were rescued In the same terrible con dition and had the men been lefton the schooner many minutes longer they would have frozen to death DISASTERS A HalfStarved Crew Rescued front a Sinking Schooner NBwYonk Dec Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle Ex hausted for want of food and sleep a crew of sixteen men from the fishing schooner Grade D Young arrived in this city this morning to tell thrilling tales disasters atsea and their narrow escape from a watery grave by their rescue by the tank steamer just as tho schooner was about to Kink aftor floundering six days la a helpless condition off tho banks of New foundJjind The Grade D Young left Gloucester Dec I with Captain Kenneth Mov Pherson and a crew of sixteen men bound for Newfoundland for codfish The vestel was out throedays whenshe fell in with a shoal of cod and easilyfilled two of her tanks The sails wore and the vessel proceeded In search of more Scarcely had she started on her way when there wore indications of a storm Tho wind grew strong and was soon blowing a gale The waves washing over tho vassal made it impossible for the men to zemain at their posts For five days and eights the men continued their tasks without sleep and with barely enough food to subsist upon After eating up all the meat the crew as a last resort had to take to codfish which they ate raw The crew bad given up all hope of being rescued as small boats could not live fcr a minute in the boiling sea when tho steamship Elbruz was sighted teuiee The crew of the schooner signaled lo the steamer and soon she upon the wreck On seeing battered condition of the schooner ttie captain of the Elbruz launched his lifeboatwand suo ceecled in taking off Captain MoPberson his The shipwrecked orew bad scarcely been placed on tbo deck of tho when the schooner gave a lurch and sank from sight An Unknown Barge Ashore VICTORIA S Deo 3 reached here this evening that a un known iron barge is ashore on Caps tery Owing to the gale help ia unable to reach it THE MILWAUKEE SHUT A Lively Contest OTer Bridge at f OMAHA Dec Special to When the Milwaukee road attempted i night to run trains over the Union PaciBojl bridge from Council Bluffs to Omaha it discovered that the switches were jthafciio notified to send c and the switchmen had low no Milwaukee trains the bridge As th e Mil wau kee has a Union Pacific for lively struggle for its Is The Union Paoifio about the matter on e of the stoc kboldeirs Ii

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