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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - April 28, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah In tho City Combined THE MOST EXTENSIVE In the Mountain xxxvixjsro 171 SAXT LAKE CITY UTAH MOOSTDAY MOKNXNGr APRIL 28 1890 PRICE FIVE CENTS Grand Dnke Constantine Covets the Russian Throne THE MONARCH IN A MIGHTY WRATH The BuTcc Will Probably Be Stripped of KiH Till OH and Incon sistent Parker Attacks Spur The Forty Days Fast h an excursion been under taken heretofore Tho three vessels1 will follow each other at stated intervals awl the globegirdling excursion will he open to tourists at about wlx liundred dollars for the round trip which Include transit across great railway Already all the room in the first vessel has been engaged and pas sengers are now being booked for the second When tliese greyhounds of the 1aciflc are on the China route It is expected the passage will be made Sn ten days and with fast service on the railway it will he posHlblofor the Canadian Pacific Railway to landpassengers or frelghi from Ohina to New York before Suites can laud them in San 1Yancisco THE IMPENDING CONFLICT ST April Francisco ChrrmlKle S lie Nihilistic of Grand Puke TJoMstantinovltoh have this most ox nsixraMng of the reign of the pros OMT Jhoy suHtciently serious In a political way to disturb tho Government very greatly hut tho Avrath which Aloxan dcr HI now fools has another cause than just tho treason of OoriHtanUne Cori Ktarttlnovlich has another inspiration than a mere iovo for tho people and a doslro for their emancipation It Jb ovon to u douhtcd 1C tho Grand Pnko these lutfor sontlrucnts at all save us a means to an orifl Ills treason has Its origin In a hit tor personalenmity bctwoon him and tho ICmporor Ills father tho brother of Alox uridnr was ambitious to bo and thought ho ought to havo boon and tho sou inherits this deslro and animosity against thii prosoiit Mo Inherits alt of his faUnus Intolluctual ability and political arnliitinii Sorm ago ho win high rank as a poet1 through tho publication of his versus Now howuvrr are so opmily trouble and so violent In tholr hosUllty to the that any paper publishing thorn would be at orico suppressed Thu Grand DuUo prints thorn hirnsolf and olrou 1 atos thorn prlvatoly though widely Some time ago his doings woro reported to tho who was furiously ungry and actually throatortsd to Siberia Tlu howivor Is today reported to have said Wo will send him to his brother who sooins to ho dolritf vory woli Iorhaps it will havo an oriiial good olTcot upon Tin brother horo roCirrod to Is Nicolas a son of tho older Grand Constantino Nicolas a man of ox traoidluary talents bouamu on jimorod of a bountiful Amoricau advent uress who had a marvelous faculty for siCiidIns money Foarlng that she would unless ho sujipllcd her do jnauds Nicolas in his dosporatlori stold some valuable jewels which his mother to whom they belonged had used to decorate thoalLar in tho ohapol of tlio palace This act was at onco discovered arid proved to Nlcolass caroor in liussla ajcuouutod to both larceny aiicl sacrliogo Thn summarily deprived him ol ills titles and rights and oxllocl him for Jlfo to Turkcatan IAHKKIl ON A UAAtPAdlO LONDON April Jarlcor in ad clrosslng tho Consrogatloiial Union used tho occasion to deliver a bitter denunciation of spoeial religious ilp spoko of it as houq of tho and tiKstirtod that Ittfiiioau susptolons and lunuondoos against tho orthodoxy of honest num and Its anonymous attacks upon proaohors aro thu cuirso of our and that tho papers in question ought to bo forbldclon to ap pear In tho Christian Dr Parker is using tho columns of a religious weekly to publish attacks upon Mr abusing him and exhortinglilm to wldoii thoelroloof lio says in a lottor nddmssod to Mr Spurgoou You aro sur rounded by oUerors oC Iricoiiso who your weakness laugh at your jokos anc feed you on complimouts Keiuninoo It take inoro fresh air scatter your uuoloslas tlcal luirorn onhirgo your social IIo gnos on to charge Spurgoon of Inoxous ably oontomptuous behavior towards others and of boltig too froe In tho oxcom miinlcatlng of his Baptist brethren You are roally riot ho says Oooupy a sovereign place in a Panthoou Of yoiu own streets KomV DAVS FAST LONDON April tho littlo Italian who has been fasting forty days at tho Aquarium took his lirst moat consisting of i spoonful of af ternoon In tho prosonco of a great crowd of spectators flu was nob a pleasing spoota clo though his physicaleondltion is wonder ful In view of tho oirouinstance that has subsisted ontlnuy upon water for forty days Tie has boon very carefully watched night and day by two oomrnlttoos of pliysiotans from Westminister Hospital who aro posi tive that ho Imsconsumed nothing but water during tho forty days with exception of a little elixir containing no to al lay abdominal pains Sucol lost thirty pounds during his fast but though his forehead is llko wrinkled parchment and his checks fall in betwooh his high ohook bones lower jaw arid tho lines of his faco drawn down and hag gard ho walks Irmly and his musoular grip Is as strong as it was six wooks ago Ho has maintained almost ovonly from first to last his normal temperature Tho temperature of his body at starting on March 10th was doff I1 It was redwood to 08 dep at tho oud of that month after which It remained about Ills pulse began afa 02 foil on the second day to rose on tho Uilrd day to 82 and fell to 53 on March jJUth Muoe then it has oscillated between 5it and c3 His lunp capacity besan at JJOOO cubic centiniotros and In a week had dropped to 1550 His height before tho fast was ttvo foot five Inches It Is now llvo feet four inches tho loss of ono Inch boing due mainly to tho shrinkage of cartilayet betwopu the vertebra of tho spirio Poopto who saw Dr Tanner at tho conclu sion of his forty days fast say that Succl has coma our of tho tost In 100 per cent fatter condition than tho American faster Tho Italian has fasted several times for twenty and thirty days but uovor before for so long as forty days Ho has consumed be tween a pint and a pint and a half of water per day The Mexican OF MEXICO April 27 Tho Flower Feast or Combat of Flowers began this afternoon Ono hundred thousand people woro on tho promenades In addition to nearly flvo hundred unadorned carriages containing sightseers there wore over forty carriages adorned with llowors and ribbons and fullyone thousand horsemen added gaiety to tho scone The quantity of Mowers was enormous four carloads corning from Jalapa alono Thecolcbratlon was unfor tunately brought to a hasty conclusion by The World on the Eve of a Great Social Revolution INGERSOLLS PLEA FOR THE TOILERS A Kcad jiistment of Relations Will Be P OConnor De clares the Present System Cannot Chicago Strikes LONDON April A dispatch from Brns selst to tho says that Holland proposes to Increase tho duty on American petroleum Imported into tho Dutch Indies reprisal for the American duty on raw tobaocu In Dutch commercial circles tho advisability is boltig discussed of common European action agalusfc American protection TWO GLADIATORIAL DUDES ONJ2 JLOST HIS 25YJSGLASS1CS AND THE OTJUSJi WOKJK COItSJKTS Fay TomplftfcoiiH IFowoll and a French JMarcjulH In a CiiUihiiKLatuhCHn Com Dour Cliuppies Plcnacd Tho Clearing House Exchanges BOSTON April Tho total gross ox changes for last week as shown by dis patches from the loading clearing houses of the United States and Canada woro an increase of per cour as com pared with tho corresponding wook of last year PACIFIC GREYHOUNDS The Canadian Railway to Keclnco tho Time to Ten Days OTTAWA April TfirBUjra Ban Francisco Chronicle Tho first of tfce nowvossels now being built by the Cana dian Pacific Company for the Yancouvcr China Kouto will bo launched about tlie beginning of It is the intention of the company to send them to the Paolflo Coast via tho Suez Canal and finish at that time one of the grandest excursion trips over undertaken around world under the British only two Vancouver and The vessels vjslt Iridia and Australian ports prbooctl tpChiiia and Yokohama tutoring upon the regular trip to Ninv Yoiuc April Dispatch Francisco Chruniola Oshorno that olugant young gentleman who finds It BO decidedly hard dont you know to llvo on a rnoro n year has boonboon an ologautthrashlng by the Marquis do Lenvlllo and because tho Marquis would smile at Fay Tomploton This Is the story by letter yesterday ro oolvod from Paris whlsh has sot all thu dear ohappips of Gotham clapping tholr dear llt tlo JiavulH for joy They laugh because ITowoll has taken liJiy away from them and wants kocp her all to himself Osbornc liad some trouble with tlio oxocnfcors of his fathors lour months ago because they Insisted on making him llvo on a beg garly a year Ho brought tho mat tor up in Court and inslsbod tliat a real young gentleman could not any such In order to tho fight had to loave Ills charriitng Fay in Paris whero they Jiave for u year and make a brief visit to Now York During Osboriuis swcot Fay mobtho Marquis tie Lenvlllo who is1 known to tho world chiefly by tho fact that1 for long months ho aotod as a sorb of goiilloman tiger to Mrs Frank Leslie when riding hi the park and it has often boon de clared that they wore at one time Tho Marquis is a gentleman with beuutlf ul and tlic porfoct manner of a ilrst olass French waltor Osbomo roturnod to Paris after being do foatort in tho Now York courts other eludes declaring as exports on tho witness stand that on a year a man could live fairly wull and on his return found the Marquis too fondly appreciative of his own particular property Miss Fay Tho MarqulH Is poor and of course was at onco forsaken and spurned by tho littlo comic opora slugor and Osborno resinned sway and began a plan for an Ainerlcon comic opora tour with Fay as tho star Do Lonyillo pursLstod In his attentions and although his homo Is In London lie made trips across tho channel and each thno managod In some way to gob a glimpse a least of Miss Fay Osborno forbade Fay to ovon smllo at the Marquis but this of oonrsoj did not pro vont tho Marqulsfrotn smiling ab Fay Tho rosuId was tho row of a finv days ago Tho Marquis waiting in front of a cati on tho Champa Elysoos whoro Osborno and Fay woro dining on seeing them conio onl vonturod a smllo Osborno evidently thought matters had gouo far enough and In true Ainorloan fiushlon wont for tho Mar quis who however is several years his senior i At llrsL tho Marquis ooulcl no I undorstand tho attack and had his hat knocked olV but soolug how things woro going ho did not politely propose a duol but returned Osborues attentions In kind knocking oil Osboruos hatand giving him a protby good tussle and at tho end of which quite a crowd had gathered Tho row ended in a clinch in which Osborno somehow or other managed to got considerable tho worst of it A gonMoman came between tho two and Osborno found his standingin tho clrclo hlglity amused over tho Svholo alTair and laughing at tho ridiculous spectacle that hot1 dear ITowoll had madoof himself Somo of Osbornos friends think that a duol will bo tlie result of the alVair though it has boon kept vory quiet The writer of tho letter says that Osborne would conto out muoh better If ho oaton a vory hearty dinner and lost his eyeglasses In an oarly stago of tho gaino Tt is aoknowlodgod however that tuo Marquis is much oidoxand was by corsets THE THEOSOPHISTS MEET Mm p Blowatskys Warning Against Etc CKXCAGO April The fourth annual convention of tho American section of the Theosopliloal Society vras held hero today Bertram Kcightly of London was present as tho bearer of a message from Madame Blo watsky tho ruling spirit of tho organization Ho also had a lengthy address council of tho British Society andfraternal conummloatlons Crom branches in various Europeancountries Madamo Blbwatskys warned tho members against the results and occult powers In such forms as etc Understand once for ilU she that there is nothing spivit uil ortlivltio in any of these rho interferes un consciously with tho free mental action of ho person ho this is blank ThoRcmcral secretarys IQ visit to Japan by Col on el Alcott one of ho1founders of the organization has been of momentous importance to tho Buddhist Tho report recommends the of all the forms of initiation existi While solemnly nerely confessions and which nomborship can bo proved The objections vore that astho society was nota secret body but was merely an tudente present grips and many distrust and April cpivcd a Jottor fronVtho of complaining attacked without waraing NEW YORK April Dispatch Francisco Chronicle G Ingersoll has tlio following editorial over Ills own signature in the11 Journal this morn ing I hardly know enough of the subject to give an opinionas to tho time when eight hours aro to become a days work but J am perfectly satisflcd that eight hours will be come a labor day The working people should bo protected by law If they are not tlie capitalists will require just as many hours as human nature can bear To a man who gels up before daylight and works till after dark life is of no particular import ance He simply earns enoughone day bo prepare hirnsolC to work another his whole llfo Is spcnl in want and toil and such life is without valuo course I cannot say that the present ollort is goingto succeed can say is that I hope It will I cannot see how any man who does nothing who lives in idle ness can insist that others should work ten or twelve hours n day Neither can I see how a man who lives on the luxuries of life canilnd it In his heart or In his stomach to say poor oughtto bo satisfied with the crusts and the crumbs thoy gofc thcro is to bo a revolution in the relations between laborand capital Tho working people are roasonors Their hands and heads iuo in partnership thoy know a more than the Capitalists It takes a thous and tlmus the bralnsto make a locomo tive than It does to rim a store or a bank Mark tho tho steamship and in all the thousand machines that aro now working Those working people readtheymeet together thoy discuss thoy avo becoming more and moro Independent in thought thoy do not believe all they hoar free school inthis country has tended to pub moil on an equalityand tho mechanic understands his side of tho case and is ablo to express his these circum stances thoro a revolution Tho laboring man however ought to remember that all who labor are their brothers and that all worn e n h at labor arc their sisters and whenever ono class of worklngmon is oppressed all other laborers ought to stand by tho oppressed class Any man who wishes to fbreo his brother to toll nob toil more than eight hoars a not a civilized man My hope for the wdrkiagmen has its founda tion in tho fact that ho is growing more arid more I have also some hope for a When both become Intelligent the mat her will bo Neither labor norcapital shouldresort to MAY DAY IN LONDON April Francisco Chronicle and Express cor respondent cables The part which theworklngmon will tako In tho general European labor demonstra tion oh May Isb will be confined altogether to a public showing the ragtag of the Socialists and will have whatever as a labor demonstration iii sym pathy vfith tho plans of tho Continental labor organisations Tho Kadical clubs aro going to send contingents of men to repre sent thorn at the groat Hyde Park meeting on May 4th which is Intended as a protest in favor of tho universal eighthour workday SYMPTOMS OJf A CRISIS T P OConnor today These Maydayleagues froin Vienna to Chicago I regard as tho premonitory symptoms of a near crisis and of as universal portent as wore tho revolutionary agitationsof IStS against tho monarchies Tho Tory or Bour bon press caiv no longer afford to ignore or ridicule tlnrcarnest efforts put forth tohelp tho worklngmon It Is a monstrous absurd ity oi tho doctrinaires to suppose thai1 a so ciety can retain its permanent state which has Mi o toll all on onoside while onthe other are lifes chances and all nho author ity of law resides tho few out of the millions Tho latter can better terms for tho wageearners and a more equal distribution of tho chances for the of life and at the same Mine broaden the horizon for the countless workers the timo for those worldwide demonstrations is admirably chosen May is tho resurrection reawakcn it Is estimated that there will be half a million of people in tho procession which precedes the meeting in Hyde Park next Thursday when labor will hold There wlllbe eight monster platforms and a score of orators Gladstone One resolution will bo passed simultaneously at all tho stands upon a sig nal soundpd Today many of the clergy including Car dinal Maiming Canon lilarrar and the Mr Parker preached appropriate remarks ou the allabsorbing labor topic UNEASINESS IN FAIUS PARIS April 27eTlie local elections and tho Mayday demonstratJon take prece dence of all other topics even of the troubles Cabinet and the opening of the Salon The the Military Gov ernbr of Paris aro making quiet bub elabor ate preparations to prevent any outbreak A tumultuous meeting wiishelrl last evon ing in a ni winch numerous speakers scouted the idoa of a eighthour agitation they all bosh and made instead of mas1 tors of thepeople who mviiccl rhe structs and ought to fight in Mem for Koiyolution wustlieiivwatcliwordj During the iiiootingitwiis tlie Socialist XeVuey ceutly undergone tV Jour meivfc for liaving againsi theMinister Interior liid livist been arrested1 again fierce tloclaraiiui Vif i do tlioii trl vbkedisorclcron ist M there would be no Plnkertons tointimidate or mimler them Lawyer Richman promised the men from whom money forfeits against a strike had been exacted by different establishments that they would not lose one the for feits by a strike President ONeill in an interview tonight said that the men had of 4000 and were1being backed by tho Chicago Personal Rights League and the Federation of Labor THE KXPrtKSS EMPLOYEES BACKDOWN All fear ofa strike by the employees of the States Express Company were banished today The men by unanimous vote decided to accept ior the at least the reduced scale of wages Vico President Crosby told them that the reduction was absolutely necessary The unrestrained com petit ion of the express com panies unprofitable contracts with the railroad companies and the em ployees had been paid regularly when the1 stockholders received nothing A pledge was given thai when the condition ofthe company would warrant ifc the salaries would bo restored THE OLD WORLDS POLITICS Balfours Land Bill Certain Become a Law to Mr Page Better April Pugo of California who is seriously ill with asthma and heart trouble was somewhat better today He is a very sick man but he said it was his intention to leave for California within fifteen days Crokers Denial NEW YORK April World cablegram from Richard Croker in which be McCanus story is false I wouldnt believe him under qath He is a APPROACHING ELECTIONS IN FRANCE The Boulangists Make Use of the Labor Will Enter Politics and Square Ac couuts With His Late Master FONSECAS LATEST DECREE AN ORDER INTENDED TO SUPPRESS SENSATIONAL RUMOilS Tho Provisional lovcrnmoiitls Attempt to Control the Mysterious Conspiracy Agaiust the Republic Rio DE JANEIRO April The govern ment has at last taken ofBcial notice ofthe many false reports and alarming rumors which have been frequently circulated and Marshal Jonseci has issued a lengthy de cree regarding these reports which he says aro highly injurious to the foreign credit of Brazil besides boing intended to cause alarm and panic at home The decree de clares that all persons who originate or aid in circulating such reports are subject to the decree of December 23rd last viclcs that they be guilty of military sedi tion From is excludedwrit ten or verbal criticism of Government acts for tho purpose of and preventing provided it be free from personalities When the decree of December was issued the editor of the of the last tinued publication of thatthe decree the free doTii of thopress Other papers guarded in more dis cussion of political matters was aimostox clusiyoly to In those and rribrq lively and all sortsoC reports were jkept in circulation causing no little annoyance to the Ministers and their f TJienthere arose a feeling favorable tothe freedom of the press and shortly after twomembersof the Ministry gave open fooling In the latter part of Februarythe the ollicial paper published of the provisional thfit the de croc of December 23rd was not restrict the liberty of the press Since then the tone of the press como much bolder and some articles1 against theGovornment have been published Rumors of all kinds circulate and some of tliem found way Into the press ed itor of a paiier at arrested yesfcnrdfiy forpiiblishjiifi an articleagainst the Government but was afterwards re Tayoros original Republican When bho Kopubiio was first proclaiinedhe was appointed Governor of Maranhoa but resigned shortly after because the Govern ment annulled his decree separating Church and State Then he established an oppo sition paper i A notable article published in a San Paolo paper by ExMinister of theInterior GLobo part Let thorn they please there exists of mystery which the provisional Goverriiuent has not been able to penetrate an that is conspiring our present tutionsand against the future of Re There is something singular in the retorts which from1 time to time spring into circu lation and which are becoming more1 and inoro They eously at differentpoints and spread over the country as if conveyed by a network of wires The celebrated and surrecbion of the soldierswas previously announced at Theprovis ional thai some hidden hand was touching the springsof a plot against it but this hand it was never able to discover UNFORTUNATE COINCIDENCE LONtiox April Dispatch SanFrancisco Chroniclc Series Mail and Kxprcss correspondent cables Tho Government Land Purchase bill is as safe to pass as if it had already become a law There is no doubt whatever of its adoption by the House of Commons and its accept ance by the Lords goes without saying This is by no means duo to tho excellence of the measure which despite tho ability shown in its complicated provisions and the inherent merit of any bill which tends to ward doing something radical for Ireland presents glaring faults which are patent to anyone But tho Government will be able to hold its majority together in support of this measure whereas the uncertain co hesion of tho sections of the opposition have prevented thorn from offering solid and con vincing antagonism to ParnelPs pro posals for example threw considerable dis cord and confusion into the ranks of the opposition oven hisstaunch English1 sup porters among the London press and some unwavering Homo Rule newspapers of Ire land permitting themselves touse pretty strong and positive language in condomna of them Mall Gazctic which has hitherto been a staunch friend of tbeParnollites de clares tiiat every trace of opposition as an organized party acting under trusted lead for the thno disappeared It says this journal va veritable Epheslan mob some crying one thing some Parnellhas been asked to produce the draftof a bill embodying the main points in his land purchase scheme as referred to in his speech against Balfours bill He de clines bo do this although Gladstone in common with every other member of the party fails to wholly understand or clearly comprehend hisproposals Goschens offer to refer to tho committee the part of Parnells scheme which relates to the mixed purchase of land and the re demption of mortgages meets with tho gen eral approval of the Unionists As amat course the not accept this compromise holding that his scheme is intended as to Balfours pi an and not a complement to The Radical section of the opposition is going to move to instruct the committco indorsing any planwhatever of stateaided landpurchase This of isin direct hostility to Parnells as well as the Government proposals and further ac centuatos the divided condition of the op posing parties with referenceto terial Shortly after noon today accompanied by her brclher she accosted Buhey on South Ninth street and demanded a retraction of what he had said He refused and there upon she drew a rawhide and vbile her brother held Bnsliey showered blow after blow uponhim An Open Letter to Harrison TACKSONVTLU3 April Hawthorne of the Times publishes an open letter to President Harrison stating that the people of Florida regard tho Presidents letter to the AttorneyGeneral with sur prise and a deep sense of injury They are convinced that the statements it contains must have been based upon misinformation as to the actual state of af fairs in the counties named Hawthorne proceeds to castdiscmiit upon the reptrts by charging that District ludgre Swaine boasted that the policy of his court would D3 a persecution of Democrats The letter says that the Jury Commissioner flagrantly discriminates against Democrats and that wholesale indictments against Democrats for political olVenses were found ou most un reliable testimony AT THE NATIONAL CAPITAL The Senate Favors Silver Legislation THE SECRET OF HARRISONS FIRST VETO Marie All Right CHICAGO April Mario Wain wright this morning and was much surprised to hear tho alarming of her condition current in Minneapolis She denied that she had any hemorrhage of the brain but says she lias been smYering from an attnck of neuralgia From this at tack she has almost entirely recovered A Republican Dead NEW YORK April J OBrien a Republican leader of the Eighth Assembly District died this morning THE CBiMiNAL RECORD A NarrowMinded Congressional Programme for the Congress Stands on the Tariff Bill MCATT t V 27 ISflO PILLORY AND WHIPPINGPOST USED IN DELAWARE Why An Agrotl Chicagroan NickeliuthoSlot Desecration Tlio Record of Murderer Bensou Two Sisters Marry Broth ere and Are Si multanebusly Divorced 1 N April Francisco Clirpnicle A remarkable case where two taneously married two and jthe wives siniultanepusly made successful ap plications for divorce for Identical his jnst been passed uponby Justice of the Supreme Gourfc Tho actions were brought respectiyelyby Carrie against by Lo ii Mays against George and the charges pasoV aucl The pliiiritiffsare young and beau tiful wonieuvand are riiecesof Aracl Lak w id el y known as ae i arm y eh apl ai n during thewar When Carrie and Louisa Lakinwere mere girls 15 and li in asib iiow a ppears yere wprtliy TIMES IN PARIS April is rumored that Pres ident may have to cut short his tri umphalprogress in the south and hasten meet the new Cabinet crisis His difficulties will be complicated by the muni cipal elections in Paris theresults of which arc still doubtful The Boulangists are ex erting every effort to capture the municipal Council and are using the present distrust andsocalled expressive treatment of tho laboring classes by the Government powerful News from various French industrial cen ters reached this city Tuesday causing alarm At Eoubalfs workmen have left their workto attend the funeral of one of their mates who after killing his fore man after refusing him com mitted suicide At Little the office of tho clerical journal La Dcpctiw Avas invaded by Anarchists who complained that it had maligned their party They savagely beat two members of destroyed the printing press and Certain quarters of Paris look as they did during the The machine galleryof last years exhibition hasbeen turned into a cavalry barrack where troops are con signed to move at the first sympton of dis order Many Americans at the hotels now are prolonging their stay in hope that they may see barricades BISMARCK WILL SQUARE Fronv the seclusion of Friedrichsruhe ominous rumors this week that Prince Bismarck means to emerge almost at once his retirement These rumors started with the Hamburger gained readier belief because the editor of that paper had lately dined with Prince Bis marck He was responsible for the state ment that the late soon make his appearance in the Prussian upper house arid not long after In the Reichstag meantimebe would keep up his con nection with the press and supposed that the Prince was likely to re main a passive spectator of events was mis taken1 A story gained currency that the Emperor was going to compel Prince Bismarck certain corn promising documents in the imperial hand These documents may be lieve this rumor less thah the successor to the German throne at a time when project ofpassing over the late Emperor was supppsed to It is not necessary to vouch for any part of any of these singular stories Those however who considerthat Prince Bismarck will yet with his former master have somethingto go Never yet was the Iron Chancellor known to forget CHICAGO April Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle Falk tier CO years of age a wealthy business man oi this city was arrested yesterday on com plaint of Mrs Joseph Baum who charged him with having criminally assaulted her sixyearold daughter Carrio demanded an immediate preliminary hear ing claiming blackmail and was to await the action grand jury At the conclusion ofthe legal proceedings ho went to the a barn in the rear of his residence and hanged DESECRATION FORT April A Cook a hotelkeeperof Now Haven was yesterday lined Si and costs amounting to for Sabbath desecration His offense consisted in possessing a cigar case which permits a person depositing a nickel in it to remove a cigar On last Sunday a person entirely unknown to Goolc deposited his nickel and obtained and smoked a cigar The jury trying the out sixteen i hoiirs before reaching a verdict PILLORIED AND WHIPPED WILMINGTON April Ham ilton John T Owens and James Owens Issaacs who were convicted last week of stealing a horseitomPhilip West a farmer living were one hour and whipped with twenty lashes each at Georgetown They have a years imprisonmentalso to sory el There being no jail yard the whipping place on the village green on a space roped off to keep back of 300 The young men were connected with prominent families and their trial was one of the most hotly contested legal battles ever known in this section A DEFAULTER SuilRENDERS BISfSELff TIUJNTON N April Soer chief clerk of money order department of the Newark postoffice has surrendered himself as a defaulter in the sum of His peculations date back only to August last MURDERER BENSONS RECORD April missing leg of the mutilated body of Mrs Mittman who was murdered a month ago was found in the river today The police are still hunting for Charles A Benson the supposed murderer An investigation of his career shows that he is exiled from Germany whence he escaped to America several years ago He was charged with blowing up his sisters house and killing two of her children riliy must oomicsi and the bo gn i h s t tii e 13fq t e wspii or si nister Och Also Pcirti reS The Warring Brertiren 1 TheEyan cropped out here 7wliois an that he couldnt THE CANADIAN FIGHT Premier Mercicr and Sir John Mc Donald Preparing for a Struggle QUEBEC April Dispatch Francisco Clironiclc In ternecine struggle between the federal and provincial powers inCanadais about to cul minate ffght between the united forces of the governing party In the three chief provinces of the Quebec and Nova ScotiarOn the one side and the or Sir Tobn A McDonald on the other The virtual leader of the defensive and offensive alliance on the part of the provinces is Hon Honore Mercier Prime and after Sir Tobn A McDonald the shrewdest and most astute of Canadian Mercier arid Sir John represent the two roost extreme points 1 of Canadian political thought and policy Sir John Is an and extreme protectionist Mercier on the oth j hand is a trader and not only in j favor of shattering the existing confcderaj tion but his conviction that God neither made nor intended the existing line of political division between Canada and Mercierand his friends believe that they upqn tlVe electorate in their respective provinces to wrest the reins of office from Sir John in the elections for geiical church r e ac h tod ay Nevertheless and The1 was which in any me mbets wereVhustled tlie A bitterleel THE WOMANS WEAPON ishment considerable In SALT LAKE TKIHUNTS Fourteenth Street TON D April While tho Senators aro trying to agree upon rt silver bill broadguage enough to satisfy the friends of silver has decided to go ahead and pass the besfc attain able measure Six Republican members of the Houso still proclaim that they will never vote for tho caucus bill and profess their confidence in securing amendments when the bill is under consideration One thing is certain if the Houso bill passes In its present form it will bo broadened materially when it roaches the Senate On conference I House can scarcely help receding in ifvorof tho Senates position The of silver are leading the procession nowa days and will keep far to tho front President Harrisons veto of theOgden bill came as expected and for the given In these dispatches There are Con gressmen small enough to Insinuate that if the bill had not been an amendment to framed by the President when a Senator It would have received the Executive sane ion In the Houso yesterday Delegate Dubois mado an earnest and vigorous attempt to secure an increase of clerical assistance in the SurveyorGenerals office of Idaho but was He showed that Idaho received tho smallest amount of any Terri tory in this department The House was in an economical mood and Mr Duboia was forced to content himself with ths usual appropriation THE WORK BEFORE CONGRESS April 27 Senate tomorrow will resume consideration of tho Laud Grant Forfeiture bill with the expectation of coming vote After that the Customs Administration probably fill out the remainder of the week There is considerable oprosition on the Democratic side to tho measure and Evarts has an amendment to propose Silver will betaken up this week ifaay time remains Although the Republican caucus of the Senate lias notagreedupon thederails of sliver believed that a measure will be prepared for the con sidcratipnof the time that body is ready to KTho failure of the Leg bill cdrneup tomorrow as unfinished busi ness The previous question has been ordered v The present intention is topress the silver bill and it will probably be called up on a resolution to be reported by the Committee on Rules allowing two days for discussion The Pension Committee is to a day for considerationof the Pension bill and the Committee Buildings is to have the same orderto dispose of the bills The Diplomatic Appropriation bill will probably be passed with little discussion No time Is yet allotted to the and Harbor bill but as a large number of mem bers desire the measure passed before the Tariff bill comes up they may be able to have it considered during the week THE TARIFF BirtB CHANCES April Press to morrow will publish the most complete and careful poll of the majority in Congress ever made by a newspaper The purpose was to ascertain the views of individual members as to the necessity of passing the tariff revision and reduction bill as speedilyas possible Interviews were had with 200 Senators and Representatives The Prets ers found what opposition theV Me Kinley bill on the Republican side of tho House and by extending the in tor views to leading Democrats found the particular1 line of attack upon the bill likely to be adopted by the of su preme importance Is that a bill revising tho tariff and reducing enacted before Congress adjournsfor1 the summer The Press interviews 150Republicans with two exceptions while show a strong sentiment onthepart of the Republicans in favor of ths bill eyeirsome features of it are not wholly in accord with the individual opinion of the member called upon to express bis yiewst a singular dearth of on ithe part of the In a general way the Democrats protest against witbouti into They ad mitthe probability of its passing are evidently displeased with a measure which offers to the masses of poeple free sugar on the one hand and to the far njers of the country additional protection on important articles on the other hand The result Issumraarized as number of interviews 209 Republicans interviewed 159 Anumber pf Republicans a bill re vising the tariffs and reducing the passed The number who agree tariff bill will be passed to the 1 ule the entire party is in eral principle and purpose of the 1 bill is The numbernow ready to vote for the MoKinley bill Is sure to be made tor the party andcountry by passed 118 the nuniber rnot aure STORM the Federal Parliamentthat can noo now be much longer delayed his danger appreciative of the potency of combinatien formed against bird the nat ural instincts oVselfpreservation could not vm nuiaber who belleye thVMcKiniey but dictateto Canadas veteran a The genius has play and in dividing the federal are to employed against himself other Premier Mow att of OntaribSandyPrernier Fielding of provinces Nova ahdthe will take place in Ontairip on or 12th of in Quebec nionth thejfish erraen leave the end ear In i these provinbes their i I A see The Terrific Great Texas WASHtNGTOsr April burnishes the tbthleoutheaiB betweea ;