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Boston Post (Newspaper) - June 2, 1891, Boston, Massachusetts Vol xxx no. 130tuesday morning. June 2, 1891 Price two cents Jordan Marsh amp co Fok no week. The Choice our entire Stock Lowell and Bigelow body Brussels cheating at cards the charge against sir William Gordon gumming he accuses others slander and their trial begins before lord chief Justice Coleridge a fashionable attendance the Prince Wales is there in obedience to the Law sir William tells his Story per Yard. All our private Tat ferns included. Detroit electrical works Detroit Jiichi. Eye Ledric Street a railway system. Electric Power machinery. Standard electric railway appliances. General electric supplies. Generators and motors Huilt for the Industrial application electricity As Power in All branches. The ilae Street hallway track is the Only one Ivsich a single a motor geared to both axles is in successful operation. Hoorn loot Exchange building i a i state Street. Boston. Chicago Butts Rolls and tenderloins arriving daily Call and examine Send for quotations. Telephone 3091. Atwoods 48 North St. Boston 3yl.juo.nabl> a co. Xio ton. Thi6 mornings new. Stine 4 at 10 . Mormon Sale 150 Fine and antique Etc., pea1�o0dy k st1 ail\8, a Iii i c j . Have Rumi Oveis to �19 state St it Ket. Sex f iia no e i e1 e u 1n�,>. T states j Kei in . A at meal Kuar. All till Mill the country Broi split trader Oao i . Akron o., june 1.incorooration Napers Vero iliac at Columbus today for the consolidated oat meal company with a capital a Tock 83.500,000. All the oat meal Mills in the country Are Tylius Broue it under one Viau Mcge Juiet with Heanu raters in ii City. Steamers arrived. At i tide 1. T olani�il.a�, from . At 1,1 Auric from it . At York Iarj i. In Iau. Frodo Havana. At 1 Jun it i 1, Baralt Relie Lile and a i Fiat. From Hamb Nfn. At due Lien june i. 4 pm a a tale from new York. Off the l, june 1, Cail Formaa from new York for Hambur. Off Kather Point Jane i. Peru up. From Glan Jow for Montreal off Rafter Point june i Sui Flor from liver ool for Montreal. At fila Ngow Julif 1, f by in it uie. From sew York off hover Ilay 31, Noor Maud Iroku new Foik for Autieri. At Hout Hampton june 1, , from in Remer for new York a 1 Juroc Eefie. At Uver Ihk Ai a 30, Vene Lan. From Boiton. At que eatrow june 1, Sylbia from Boston for liver a. proceeded. Off Ilkiv Rerp. At Hull King. May 30. Colorado from new Yorito at Loudon May 3�maub.tuau. From new York. At London May 31, Milane a from Boiton a t Laverpool june a Harina from to Uzieal late 8hip news. W York. Luke 1 car pm Bremen Icaza. Curacao Stirk to it a Mailer Ron table and Bri Harat Wallace at John no Sebi Ida l a. Bau Gori Hui and , Leer Viilu my Mary Ellen Taunton to ii Heau governor Harbor Neilly Woodbury key Large. Cleared a Trameri Hilarij flt Liverpool Hala Sianoa Jenkut a. I Lohm. No Viii in. , Atbara. Shif Utelia halt kit Luann it in Alana. Burk brat Home Urf Uhart n Anarch Vuu Ikon. A Tiebee Noru ii. Pan wed ii Augustl Coffler it Sundet jul Fourtin Bugeia fsr Haaf Ted. I Eufim cot Breiburg Viva Shruhan in i a hate. Kali la Ltd Hui Rivall Hon Dea. My Irein a. Ism not Arre prank Stafford he in Brit a Awuou Taos. Haro Elona mar link Mir by us a Kalevala Wetherbie i i , , Nevator top Uva Meketi it Ardena. Railed a Teamer for a Krankus for Loef Leldo some Peri pm <1 Ann a bar. Vex june i Lepanto from Balbo More for and not made with human hands. Is Crance Mener be a creation the to natured not live to make. It u the Fortune Budoin for. Lbt. A flt All prompt and commend life Ini vane. Vat a. 1-1�1� ism. �,�., j. T. I Huelpn. Eat if a Tih he curio. General correspondence Between this government and treat Britain the Beh intr 6ea matter made Public. I age 1 All the oat meal Mills the country Brou Rbt under one management. Page 1 a tue Rirl at Waltham killed by an electric car. 2 Rifai sized labor to Boycott the worlds fair. Page 5 Iho question abolish King and consolidate sub useless customs . Page 5 opposition Ohio Farmers to the reflection senator Sherman. Page 5 the a Frisco injunction suit. A Davite stockholders. Page 5 sex governor Mccreary Kentucky says there is no sigm Tiance in the failure the Biate convention to endorse Cleveland. Page 4 increase Tho Sublie debt. Page 5 in Loriant opinion rendered by the attorney Tro neral new Hamp Liiro the berber Lusu Rusco Page 8 foreign. Beginning the trial the a Baccarat Case in which Rizir William Gordon cuu iming accuses certain parties slander in charging that he Clie ated at play. The Prince Wales present a witness. Pape 1 Germany will not reduce her Corn duties. Crop prospects better. Page 5 a the chinese legation in a Oiom and Paris to be heti Adeil for contras Ting heavy personal a oils in those cities. Pago 6 the Behring sea Bill receives second Reading in tiie j Louse . Page 2 the British governor Keiit Calls the attention the Krucli love intent to the Latte in a recent action regarding the Sale bait tie i�?T.St. Page 1 sir John a Macdonald still living but failing. _ Page 1 City Ang so Buruan. The ancient and honorable Arliller company celebrates 253d anniversary. Gov Girior , sex governor Brackett the Rev. To a Lewkut Talmage and others make addresses. Ceremony commissioning the newly i acted ricers. Page 8 the first Lune wedding. Pago 7 a few republicans lipid a banquet and conference and a discuss and Means leaking up Ilie solid Soulli. Pape 1 . Blame in to Slon. In age 8 the prediction weather conditions Over the Ortli Atlantic for june. Page 3 the University Michigan defeats Tho Harvard nine. 4 to 3. Page 2 Proffi Sor Josiah Royco has no intention leaving Harvard. Page 8 a serious Accident to the Captain the liar Yard boat Crew. Pape 8 Tenuis at Harvard. Page 8 j. H. Chik �?T92. Elected Captain the Harvard Mott Haven team for year. Pago 4 Trio House strict party lines refuses to give the go a Perrior Power to make removals with out consent Ilie Council. Page 7 consideration the Redus Ricking Bill postponed until Ali urday. Pago 7 tie House to a third Reading tie Bill providing Lor the pave out Ordinary Divi Feikls by gave is . Pago 7 an uneventful session the see ale. Pago 7 a Oti Jig the Maguire democrats Ward 19. Page 8 Tho convention tie Boot and Hoo maker a International Union. Page 8 reception and banquet to tie Rev. Charles a. Skinner the first Church Somerville. Page 8 effective pitching re incs defeats the p.s-ton league nine. Page 2 senior s reception at Piton University. Pago 8 Tho Public Baths were opened yesterday. Page 7 special election for common councilman in Jamaica Plain tomorrow. Pago 7 suicide in Lam l Avorn. Page 8 a boy runs away with a thousand Dollare belonging to his employers. Page 8 a8.>iigijinc�it Malliot so co Page Fott Enwrig the women a gymnasium the Hank. Page 8 Day exercises 91 at tiie Institute i ech biology. Page 8 the work the pupils the ii Oil Sci tool . Page 8 general Butler Lias Tho Johnson Caso in the United a a Haties i strict court again. Page 6 the courts Pago 8 Luthere Siquig wills probated in Essex county. Pages next week it 18 8aid. . June National pre ,8 is a Ali oily Lor the statement Fiat j a Flea marriage will occur next week. Richard Power Noii intr parliament for , and to Motily flaring Lou. Reprise no Iii Dublin Harbor being spoken As grooms men. _ the Virginia diocese foe de. Brooks. Alk Xandria va., june standing comte Ilinoe the episcopal diocese Virginia met Here today and Nnami Monsey Gye assent to the consecration the Rev. Pii Illius Brooks m Bishop Massachi Sotui. London june 1.the Baccarat scandal trial otherwise the action sir William Gordon Siim Misup against . And mrs. Lycett Green . And mrs. Arthur Wilson and . Berkeley Lovett for slander began before lord chief Justice Coleridge today in the Queens Bench division her majesty a High court Justice. Long before the hour fixed for the hearing the Case the court room was filled with fashionable people. Lord chief Justice Coleridge gave orders that admission to the court to be by special tickets Only and he announced that to would to Able to accommodate Only a few Tho most distinguished applicants with seats beside him the Bench reserving the main body the court for members the bar witnesses jury men and about thirty five newspaper representatives. Inside the court room resembled the scene some highly fashionable reception rather than a grim Law court where an important Case was to be brought to trial. Women strange to say predominated the audience and the display made Spring and summer costumes was positively bewildering. The first tremor excitement was caused a the arrival in the court room sir William Gordon Cumming the Plain Milf accompanied by his counsel solicitor general Clarke and . Gill. Opposed to these Legal lights Bir Charlea Russell . Asquith q. A and . Arthur Russell who arrived promptly. Owing to other engagements attorney general Bir Richard we eater was compelled to resign Bis Brief at the last moment which fact was not generally known until the proceedings had commenced m court this morning Bir Charles Russell will act As leading for All the defendants. The plaintiff stared coldly almost Deal Anil at his enemies and then glanced haughtily around the Couit Rofini. The Legal lights were evidently conscious the in which they were placed and seemed rather to enjoy tie fusillade glances from Bright female eyes to which they were exposed until the Prince Wales made his appearance. The heir apparent entered the court shortly after 11 clock accompanied by Bir Francis , his private Secretary. Both the Brince and his Secretary passed through the court room Tho Buzz half whispered conversation ceasing As the Prince was recognized and were escorted to seats especially reserved for Vliem tiie Bench and the left hand the lord chief Justice. The Entrance the Prince Wales was the signal for the court proceedings to begin. No sooner was the Prince seated than the Jurj was sworn and lord chief Justice Cole Ridge taking his the Bench and addressing the solicitor general Bir cd want Clarke q. C., leading counsel fur the plaintiff said in substance that to desired that the Prince Wales should be kept in court Short a time As possible and he. Lord Cole Ridge hoped that his Learned brother would agree to arrange Matteis so that the Prince should not be any longer than was absolutely necessary. To this the Elicitor general calmly replied that he could not aay exactly when the Prince Wales would be called upon to give i testimony in the Case but he begged to assure the lord chief Justice that he desired heartily to serve the in a Iuca a convenience As far As possible. The lord chief Justice the solicitor Geiger Al for his Courtesy in this matter and w idled it to be remembered the Prince not attend the court As a Spectator but that he so in obedience to the Law. The murmur suppressed approbation which followed this remark showed that the heir apparent to i lie Lii use has Gaine popularity in a his attendance at com t like an Ordinary subject when he could have escape attendance the plea illness and have had his testimony taken by a cum Mission. The Case opened. Sir Edward Clarke then opened the Case for the plaintiff. He said that the charge w a serious one involving the Honor and affecting the whole future career a Gallant gentleman hitherto unspotted reputation who had served his counti7 with distinction for a period Twenty three years and who had risen to the rank Lieut giant colonel the guards and who during this Honora ble career had won medals Tor valor in the trenches before Lel Al Keber. Bir William Gordon Cumming said tiie solicitor Genera had been honoured for Twenty wit i the intimate Friendship the in Rifice Wales who in 1881, invited him lobe his guest at Sandringham Bice that period con tinned the , the Prince Wales had several times heated that invitation and yet he Bir William Gordon Cumming no clip aged with cheating at cards with the object defrauding some his most Intima to friends. The solicitor general detailed the circumstances the now Linious card party at 1�?~anby Croft. Or. Arthur Wilson a residence during the Doncaster meeting in Jece Illier in to. Baccarat said Tho Solic ror goner cd has never before been played at Tan by Cruft it would to his duty he said to put the Prince Wale and general Owen Willian in Tho witness Box and their testimony would satisfy the jury that they saw nothing wrong the part Bir William Gordon Cumming whose system play was to double is Stak if he lost until he recovered his losses and then he reverted to his original stakes. After living cleverly outlined Tho situation sir i inward Clarke concluded a Dolress l y making u Brilliant Ami Appeal to the jury behalf his client. Kac Carut at Tabby Croft Bir William Gordou Cumming the plaintiff was then called to the witness Box and detailed his career and proceeded to give his version the Tauby Croft affair. He Aigid that the Prince Wales acted As banker cd a a Urtz Pauey hopeful feeling succeeded by in scorn. Piinuu Cement. Ottawa. Ont. June 1.the following bulletin w issued at 0 45 am sir John slept More than usual during the night. His ramp torus this morning As 1 write Sizow no change from yesterday. At intervals a is i Earth a action Liec Omea very weak but rallies after nourishment and a change posture. Another Bullet in will to issued at 11 clock signed i w. Powell. . It was said Early tins Lor Eulou Itiat sir Johns condition seemed to show decided improvement and that there was a growing belief that he would recover but by 10 clock this morning Heeth Blied an increasing weakness and As a precautionary measure he was awakened by his attendants every two hours thereafter. The following bulletin was issued at noon close examination sir John s. Macdonald this morning revealed an lowering vital forces notwithstanding that lie has slept from time to time during the night and taken non Ismeni. Con.sciouiiueii8 still remains and he suffers no pain. Signed it w. Powell Grant and we Koht at 8 15 this evening it was announced from earn Clitte that there Vraa no change la 8ir Johns condition politic i complication. . Ont. June the question what will follow in the event sir John Macdonald a Doiniso. The it lobe the i Slit John still failing. Ii Brelus and is Mackintosh Coats Aro generally in demand during tie first week ill june. Umbrellas every Grade can macintoshes in the menus read made department. Canton sleeping Mats Rattan Rico and Fine Manula �2.50, 13-00 and $4.00. G. W. Simmons amp co., Oak Hall Boston. 32 to 44 North St. Hic pal Organ Tho Liberal party says be found i our list department. Tjimis have Lieen thrown out about a coalition. But that is out the question fhe would not coalesce with sir 1 upper Bir Hector Laii Kevii upon any . Nor join with .Thott Bir John Thompson except upon a Clear Unuer spauding that the National policy slum old lie abandoned in favor free Trade with tie United Blaies. The tory party would scarcely care to see itself effaced in that manner. Whoever Bir Johns successor May be. The task before him is one i extraordinary i Miculcy with Bir John it always after me the deluge and . Blake has just shown How gravely future is compromised. Tie liberals Are prepared putting Public considerations first. To do every thing that is fair and reasonable to enable the Queens government to be called but Tivey cannot by expected to condone things which they have cond firmed. Or to support a fiscal policy which Uliey know to be the effect the Market. Mont bal. June 1.8ir John Macdonald s illness and the possible Poi ucal that May ensue a a the Canadian premieres death is having a i irked effect stocks and the Montreal Market today was very weak and Panicky Bank stocks and general h showing a weak tendency tie general feeling the Street is that sir Johns death there will be a sudden break m stocks Anil Ilie Leeling is an uneasy one. At u . Bir to Luis a physicians issued the following bulletin Trio Premier the Day marked by periods depression. He Bas taken a Small amount . Consciousness remains much the same As during the past two Days. He suffers no pain. There is every Prospect passing through the night. The Winthrop National Bank Ames building Boston. Hours 9 to 3. Accounts solicited. Wilmot r. Pres. A diaries n. , Caslier. The seals diplomatic correspondence the Behring sea dispute close season proposal Church consecration. Bishop Clark and other notable divines at Newton lip Resalvo exercises. Newton june 1.�? special to Tho Post a the Rev. Thomas m. Clark. D.d., ll.d., the Rhode Island i Ceso. Assisted by the Rev. 1., k. Storrs Brookline the Rev. In Hillips Brooks Boston the . Vav shines . Of Newton the . Converse Boston . The Rev. T. F. Waltham Tho Liev. W. Ii. Williams Newton , and tiie Rev. Ii. Usher Monro Newton Ixia fills today consecrated the recently erected episcopal edifice situated Hamm Otid Street cries nut Hill. The Church will be called the Church our redeemer. The impressive service w As witnessed by a Large audience. The Chancel and Auditori Iii were decorated with Floral de Sig is. Potted a plants. Ferns Etc. Apr Pori Ite selections were tendered by Tho Bov choirs a Irace Church. Newton and by. Paul a Church. Newton Gigli lands. The consecration Sermon preached by Bishop Clark a us Iroini Kings in. 3. Braver offered by the Rev. G. W. Shinn . Conium Nion service followed and the recently elected Rector the Rev Henry a. Nash Cambridge administered tie holy ii Christ to the congregation. The land for Tho pretty although modest it Rulure was donated by a lady whose name is withheld by Reque St and is situated near the Tiu Kly settled part tie Village. The auditorium finished in imitation mahogany and will comfortably seat 200 persons. The Chancel presents an attractive appearance wit i Mclily carved Oak. The seats Aro also Oak and the rafters Are Oak in Isle. The Point at Issue Between this country and England Harrison Becoates anxious Over the Long silence lord Salisbury the matter brought to a head by a personal note that was sent to the British minister the reply the latter May mean a great Deal it May mean nothing this situation critical. Western passenger Circle agitated by the Chicago amp Alton dispute. Chi Icaro. June 1.what will be the outcome the dispute caused by chairman Finley a decision against the Chicago amp Alton Railroad just now the All absorbing question in Western passenger Cuc leg. Tho situation is regarded As critical when viewed in the Ligpit general manager Chappells a emphatic announcement that the Alton will not pay one Lollar the Fine imposed by . Finley. To litre is no reason to suppose that the chair Luyun will rest ill i Odiny his ruling. If judgement in this is confirmed by the association and Alton still refuses to pay the Tine the a association will probably go to pieces. In Conser Uerice this state Altai is More than usual is Felt in the regular monthly meeting the association which begins Lomu Itow. Several Long time pastorate. Sex Kukk n. La. June 1.Tho Rev Swift Byington today completes a Twenty years Inisi siry Over Tho first congregational Church and the anniversary was celebrated by Public exercises in Trio Church this afternoon. The exercises included addresses by the Rev . Alexander came Ridge. Mass. And Brief by the Rev. To. K Burcet. Who in March come loved Twenty years with the second oink relational Cli urch the Rev. Quot a. W Fay Westboro mass., and the Rev. T. A i Laius Llie latter in his twee in ult i year with tie congregational Church at North Hampton prayer by the Rev. J. N. Chase in Trio twentieth year his Nas Lorato Over the local Baptist Church Bene Dic Liou by the Rev. Isaac while Scotland. Tass. I to music was elaborate and specially prepared. Immediately after Llie exercises in Tho Cli urch . And mrs. I Byington received and parishioners in Tho lecture room. A Largo and company w. present and . Byington was Given an and Ersary gift Floo in Gold. Ola estonian Victory in Paisley. London. Juno 1.at the Barlia noutary election held at Balsley today to choose a successor to Tho late w. B. Barbour the Gladston Lan candidate. Or. Dunn received 4145 votes against 2807 cast for . Mckerrel. His conservative opponent. At Trio previous election in Tho same District . Barbour Olio stood As a Home Rule Liberal received 3057 2491 Tor a i. Smith the lib eral unionist not Noe. Marsh is badly wanted. . Juno la Tho Fuia Uco committee councils has agreed to offer $5000 for tie arrest Gideon a. Marsh the fugitive president tie Keystone National Bank. It la hinted Liat the state May also a $10,000 Reward. Tho citizen a i committee Tiffy apparel buy not Lati Aliea with the forts being Insao to Apprel end . Have asked president Harrison. Secretary Foster and attorney be Meiai Millic to a Whit id Marsus Cay Tucey Washington june 1,�? spa Clyl to the Post a the president today made Public the latest correspondence touching the Behring sea question. The bearing this new instalment Behring sea literature can Only to properly understood by going to what occurred a year ago. Thieu Tho Ite Ridout acting upon Lus own View american Rigits in be Listug sea and the uniform construction placed by this government upon the acus Congress for Tho Protection Tho fur Seal undertook to exclude Canadian sealing vessels from Behning sea by Force. Thereupon lord Salisbury failing by argument to change the the president caused this government to to advised that until some mutually chosen arbitrator should decide that Behning sea belonged to the United right British vessels to take seals in that sea would lie defended by such moans As her majesty a government . Upon this notification Tho president sought to induce lord Salisbury to prohibit sealing by British till it could be decor mined whether Tho United states was right wrong in claiming to control the Seal fishery. Lord Salisbury offered to do so provided Trio presi Dent would agree to a immediate arbitration the disputed question jurisdiction and to pay damages if Defeated in the arbitration. The president would not consent to , but ordered tie Revenue cruisers not to molest the British at the late session Congress the president Laid the whole matter before that body which look no action upon it. Tho president not desiring a repetition last years futile proceedings. Accordingly dete Muied to bring about a closed season this year upon tie Best terms he could obtain Iho correspondence suffix Telly discloses that to Bias not yet moved very far very fast in Tho desired direction. The Issue is clothed with Uncer taint. No agreement Lor arbitration nor for a closed season is yet in sight. Tie correspondence. In a letter to the British minister dated May 4. Secretary Blaine a during Tho Mouth March last a few after the adjournment Congress acting under the Tho president l proposed to Vou that a modes Visendi be agreed upon touching Tho Seal . Pending tie result arbitration the questions Between the two . The 8 first proposal which i i submitted to you was that no Canadian sealer should to allowed to come within a certain number Milos the privy Loff islands. It was however tie conc fusion the president after Reading lord 8alisburv�?Ts despatch feb. 21. That this Uio Dils Vive udi might Chi Sibly provoke conflict in tie Behr aug sea and. To avoid that result he just roofed Nio to propose that a Ealing. Both land and sea. Should a suspended by both nations Dur. Iii the Progress arbitration during the season 1891.�?� . Blaine then s. the president was desirous a prompt response from lord Salisbury to second proposition but when he loft Washington his Western trip a full month afterwards no reply had been received and Tho Oiffer pro Hahlo title redo lord Fea Lisbury would not agree to his proposal. Or. Blame continues a Tihe silence lord Salisbury implied. As seemed not improbable that he would not restrain Tho Canadian sealers from enter Iii Behring sea and As All from British Columbia shows that the sealers were getting ready to sail in Large numbers the president found that he could not with Justice prevent from taking seals the Pri Byloff Isiam the , therefore instructed the Secretary tie Treasury who has Ocial a targe tie subject to Issue to the lessees the privilege killing the Pri Byloff the coming season the maximum number 60.000 seals subject however to the absolute discretion and Power an agent appointed by the Secretary the Treasury to limit the killing to As Squill a number As the cond Tsiou the Herd might in his opinion demand. On tie 22d april eight Days after the preside ii had left Washington you unlined me. When i was absent from the capital that lord Salisbury Vyas ready to agree that All sealing should be suspended pending the result arbitration. On the 22d april i telegraphed lord Salisbury a proposition to the president. He replied april 25. Expressing great satisfaction with lord Salisbury a message but instructing me to in form you that some seals must to killed by Tho natives for food that the lessees Are bound under their lease from the feed and care for the natives making it necessary to Send a ship to the Pri Byloff islands each season at their expense and that for this service a very expensive one the lessees should find to Weir compensation in taking a moderate Nuu Iber seals under the lease tie president expressed his belief Liat this allowance would be readily agreed to by lord Salisbury because the necessity is absolute. Vou will reined incr that when i com Rauzi rated this proposition from the president to Youbou the evening monday april 27. You not agree with the presidents suggestion. Of the contrary your expressed yourself As cout ident that lord Salisbury w Otilde not accept it that in your judgment the killing Seal must be Cut off absolutely the land and in the water and that it could not to stopped either stopped both a the president refuses to believe that lord 8alisbury can possibly maintain the position you have taken non his lordship is placed in full tie facts. Neu the privilege killing seals the islands 8t, George and by. Paul in Beh Vinig Bea was leased to the North american company for a certain sum per skin to be paid to the government. Other duties an onerous costly and responsible character were imposed upon the company. What the company 3ln�t do. Or. Blague then states that under their lease the company is obliged to furnish the inhabitants the islands 8t. George and , annually such amount dried Salmon Salt and Salt barrels for preserving Weir Supply meat As the Secretary the Treasury shall determine. Tjie company is further obliged to furnish the inhabitants eighty tons Coal inti ally and also comfortable dwellings suitable school houses and teachers for the children for eight months the year. The company is further obliged to maintain a Church edifice to provide physician a and medical supplies to provide necessaries life for widows and orphans and aged and infirm inhabitants and to give employment to the inhabitants at a just compensation. The company also agrees to contribute As far in Power All reasonable efforts to secure the Comfort health education and Pron tote the morals and civilization said native in habit auls. The native inhabitants number Over 300. Or. Blaine then says the Comfort possibly Tho safety All these Hinau beings i peculiarly helpless when left to Tebei selves is due deut upon Ine company under the lease and Tho lessees Are paid therefor by the government in tie Sealskin which the company receives for thee vice. If the company shall As you say Sah Surv requests he Ilein ived All privilege taking seals they certainly could not he compelled to minister to Tho wants these 300 inhabitants Lor entire year. No Money has been made by Congress for the purpose and the president cannot Toliese worthy and Iun cont Ueo Plo to the Hazard Star Vatu it ii even to secure any form agreement with lord Salisbury touching Seal life Beal life May be valuable but Tho first duty the govern Lieut Tho United states in this matter is to protect human life. In tins exigency the president instructs me to propose to lord Salisbury that he concede to the North american company the right to take sufficient number se.. Ind no More Triau sufficient to recompense them for their Oulla in taking care Ottlie natives and that in the phrase the president All a commercial killing seals be prohibited pending the result arbitration. The pc rotary Tho has the right to fix the number be Cessaro to the end desired. After full consideration he has limited Tho number to seven thousand live Hundred 75o0 to to killed by the to them for the outlay demand for Tho support the 300 people tie Pri Byloff islands. He further that no be killed and that thus the productive capacity Tho Herd shall not in Tho slightest degree lie impaired. This Point being fixed and agreed to the proposed arrangement Between the two countries would be As follows the government the United slates limits the Luu Norof seals to be killed tie islands for purposes just described to seven thousand five Hundred 7500. Trio government the United states guarantees that to seals Sha l be killed in the open water the Behring Bea by any person any vessel Sai Ruig under the american hag Tir by any am Ricau citizen sailing under Auy other tag. A the government fir eat Britain guarantees that to seals shall be killed in the open Waters the Behring sea by any person any sailing under the British lag and that no Briti Sii subject shall engage in killing seals for Trio time agreed upon Auy vessel sailing under any Ouier Flag. These prohibitions shall continue until the 1st Davoli Mav 189 2. Within Wilien time tie arbitrators shall Render final award awards to both governments. These several propositions Are Fubini led for the consideration lord 8ali.sburv. The president believes that they Are calculated to produce a result at once fair amt honorable to Dolli governing ends. And thus Lead to the Perni Arient a controversy which has already been lot too Long at Issue. Sir Julian reply. Sir Julian Puu Cefole. Replying to the above letter May 5, Liis action in the matter and seeks to remove the that there has been Auy delay his part in expediting consideration Tho modes Vive udi proposed by . Blaino. He says that in Bis note april 20 be informed . Blame that lord Salisbury was disposed to consider favourably tie proposition for a Seal killing at sea and land. He reminds . Blague that tiie lat tec april 27 informed him Bir Julian that Conan in wid in a Eglit d spa Glss a political problem republicans want to know How to break the solid South they have a project foot and flatter themselves it is the key to the situation a banquet and conference held in Boston by a select few the faithful just what they propose to do How to break up the solid South. That is tiie problem which confronts Northern republicans. And especially a coterie men in this Commonwealth. Bouie Days ago there was sent out to prominent republicans in Massachusetts a Call for a conference to consider the subject Kepueli Cau politics in the South. It was signed by sex governor a John d. Long Roger Olcott president the Republican club Mas Sachus Setti. E. B. Hayes Secretary and others. The time Tho conference was set for yesterday afternoon and the place the Tremont House. It was preceded by a banquet in parlor a and thirty persons were present governor Long was to have presided Bat he was called away very suddenly and mysteriously and could not Wield the Gavel. President Wolcott sent a note regret at inability to to , Aud Secretary e. B. Hayes could not leave his desk at the rooms Tho Republican club. In fact Ibero seemed to be no our present those who signed the Cail. Or. Edward e. Hale was present however and he was called to the chair which be very acceptably occupied until he too was obliged to leave after which . George b. Loring Salem filled the chair. There were in Ati enhance besides those whose names have been mentioned sex senator e. P. Wii . Edward Fitzwilliams. Henry p. Bla Koweil. Or. Bowker. Cox Ocillor a a w. Tufts. L. Edwin Dudley John l. M hiting. A a t. 8tearii.s, Norton Appleton Dostou Aud j. Hendrix Mclane Bouth Carolina. Or. Mclane described political cond Tjotis in the South and said the election in 1890 was a fair one the first the kind in fifteen years. He said South Carolina could be made a More Republican state than Massachusetts was today. What was needed to do this was to Send Soma Down there to form Republican slabs and Tell the people what the great principles the party were. Every year the interests the North and South were becoming More closely Allied. A Erv soon Uliey would both want a protective Tariff As Tho North now. Tie Republican league he said had done a great Woik in the South Aud these clubs were formed in Harmony As to principles Wii Tho National league Republican l Lubs. Money was needed to carry this work in 8ouih cipro Lima. A Man who had the courage to do this work must Lake his life m his hands. I free thousand dollars was be Eden though $2000 would do., ,1 .1. They wanted to unite the better class both Whites and coloured people in tie Tori Nauru the Republican party la the Bouth and would to Able to Lio this borne tie Best people in the Bouth sympathize with the movement. All that Yas needed have the principles explained to the Smithart people Bouth was better fighting ground than Massachusetts. It was better to Iii West a Irginia. Only three tie publican Lue timbers Tho legislature in Bouth Carolina were copied men. The Bouth was coming to idol a sympathy with Tho Kop Bli cans Tho North Lcou ionic questions. A Large element the flute people the potato had become convinced that the time had arrived for a division the South questions int Orost. La i Avor the movement. Or. Edward e. Halo who had recently been a trip through Hie Bouth spoke what he had seen Aud said to sympathized with the objects for which the Cou Fereuc had been called. Heidi Udorse . Mclane very cordially and said that moral forces must by used in this matter. To favored the plan proposed. Sex congressman Robert t. Davis fall River made an Appeal for Aid for Iliesco sturdy republicans in the South in their Battle against the Vigani Zaniou the democrats. He Dill not see Why Republican congressmen from the North not stand firm subject protecting the coloured men the South in their political . Or. Edwin Dudley Tho Law and order said he had been interested in the question the enfranchisement Lii coloured Peonie for a Long time Ami to every Man entitled to vote should be allowed to Deposit ballot and Piave it counted for the candidate he favored.. Nathan Appleton he had by a citizen South Carolina for some years the Republic a party ought not to let a a sectional party through the shot Guu tissue ballots intimidation voters. After the speaking which was continue i for two three hours wit ii closed doors Nome Money was liaised to be used in organic lug Republican Clulo in Bouth Carolina and spreading the Gosi Tel Protection and Republica Oisiu throughout every part the Taia John u Achi Tipul a. T. Aud Nathan applet were appointed aeon Smittee to have custom to Tho Money Alro Idy subscribed Aud to raise Tho rivet that was Nee ipod tie Emu Mittie will hold a Mealing today in the office l. Edwin Dudley. A big convention at Pittsburg. Rit Tsiu to l�?Teuu.,Juno 1.there will be 284 delegates at the coven thou the Amalga Uiato association which will open in Turner Itali tomorrow morning. Tie convention will he the Lai Gest Ever held by tie organization. Delegates Aro arriving Ivory Tram. Norwich goes Republican. Norw it. Conn. Juno 1.tlie City election today resulted in the election tiie Complete Keim Licau ticket wit i the exc Eolion City collector. The Keo bean plurality avas about 300. 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