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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah CIRCULATION EXCEEDING THAT In tlao City Combined THE MOST 11 In the Kocky Ittonntain Regions VOL 107 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH MO3STDAT JULY 28 1890 PRICE FIVE CENTS Iff A CONCILIATORY 1000 The Tory Cabinet Eager to Make Concessions to the Irish CHURCHILL RETUBfJS TO THE FOLD wll try to do rny duty as a priest and a Catholic and trust that you will pray for During Ills remarks every woman in the church hobbod and the men too were visi bly anOf An Irish Judge Advises Lynch Jluie Jrojecl Itestore Scandinavia to HT Former Mag nitudeM Uibols AntiAmerican Tariff THIJ CJj A FourPerOent Increase Over the Week r 1XS9 BOSTON July to The rulkiwio4 tablo uonipiled from dis patches from Uio cloaringhouscH of the cities named givoS the gross exchanges for tlif last week rate nor cent of in crciasf or as against similar amounts for tho week in 1S80 Crncs LONDON July Dispatch San Mail iwl AH only months will elapse tlm prn of and its rnoctlug again In Novumtmr tho which of tho Ministerial party thclr command for dnrwing up liny if battle is They sm al ready busy in constiltation with om another us to they may o abln to umond Mif Irish bill so usto Mr and to a whlfh shull be acocptablo to moderate men of the Irisli party Tho Government that this way n It can avoid ab solute dofeat and justify Its continuance in liowcr for cvon ono yoar lortgur and It is driven maki noiicssinns in self defense Iarncll lias tinown It a Ilim and it Is UgO1 to grasp it ItalfiMir llartlmjton and have alruudy had several oti tin Frlsii Inadcrs proposal to glvo local largepcnvtirs of ftontml of holdings when such cUiinonts as theso four put tholt hcuds logethir with tho idea of efloetinK a lomnrotnlso with the thLri is likely to n complete liur inony of rusull il around or contnsiuii worsn confounded as an oulcorno of tlnIi dtjllhonitlnns ft Is nt all itvuntJK flolinlto will oi It During tho recess It Is altogether probable thai private negotiations will prouentl be tween agents of tho Minlslcrs and frlsh lo un oflor In tho fall of a land bill which is siiro of passing if tho Iaf Hincoroly tUjsiw a good land bill from tho Ciovunirnunt as Panuilla attltudft would soom lo Indicate Ministers will go a long way In making concosslons AlTKU THK KAT Lord Randolpli Jluirnhlll who once In a while does something to draw spodal at tention to mado a speech at the Conservative Clul on nlglit Uio Salisbury Tho speech was a remarkable in Its way nnd has onco rnoro contorod intorosb In this rornarkablo little statesman The mooting was virtually a weluomo of tho prodigal son and tho prodigal pluyod part of reconciliation with fchu Oonsorviitlvo party In a duStrniiH manner This consplouonri love feast is tho resulr of united ollorts on Mio part of Josoph Clinmburlaln and Sir Monry Jarnns and It wnsHlrtivun for hy digriinod uncl courtly liooauso of Ihiftlngtons ropolitod to Join tho Jonsorvutlvo was no mistaking Mio tone of Cliuroh illrt speech for It was dourly a bid for otmo and is followed hi tho popular mind wiili the natural concession that ho will probably bo soon again on Mio treasury bench when the nextsession opens all of which Is lutonsoly amusing to tho groat public that tMsloys tho Mlop of politicians and tho uncertainty OH their convictions A HASH DUMMN July Harrisons ad vlco to tho pooplo of Ouhvay to invoke tho aid of Judge Lynch in ordor to stop boy cotting outrages hasboon taken us a text by the PtiiiiolUtns to iniiUo a violent attack iii the Irish Judlciafy Tbo Judgu nd in Its having madothnstatomotit In iiiostjou THK KAISHHS One of themost interesting stories which lias tho advantage of wldoly oiQdllod hi tbc oountrlos conccrnod In it is to tho olVoct that during tho recent interview bo tween Kalsor Wilhelm and Osoar a nroiect wus outlined of restoring Scancllna vin to her former magnitudo and Impor tanceamong tho Kuroptnm powers by taking 1Mnlnnd away from Russia and giving it to and by entering Into a federal Kohemo with Donmiirk Uui result of which would unlto under l common hoad Tho advjuitajfo to Gor iuf ny of such an arrauKemout would ho obvious for it botli comrnorolally and iKivulIy hamstring Russia in the Baltic TUB XAiUFf AIMS July Ribot Minister of Foreign Adahs nearly suecoodod In ob taining a combined remonstrance frorn sev the Kuropoan powers against tho taritV brll but nono of thoin to have much heart In this absurd atlcinjit to iiiiorfiMo with tho national legis lation of a Ioreigii JIOWHI and the wliolo atVuir lias out ratuor ridlculnusly Tho Governnienls of Austria Belgium Italy and Ifolland sent rtispunsoti to M Rihots which woro generally fa in touo and Germany replied very dubiously to the proposition making really only an oxVhango df tho ciuosLlon aiui noi herself to any dollnlto plan immediately decisively do clinid to have auytliing to do with tho avid this at once led Germany to rofiiso to enter into tho projoot With these two powerful nations out ot It thoro was ust in doing anything furthor and and Italy afterwards witlulnnv of their rather hasty consont Tho iias been hat has nUosetifoV abandoned tho idea of any1 protest NOT130 JKB10CRAT DEAD The Distinguished Career of Judge Marshall McLRANSiiOKO July 3 S Marshall who has been prominent in Demo cratic polities in this State since the forties and was widely known in other States died today Ho was to Congress Troth the Nineteenth District in J8M andsoryetf fourteen years He represented the Dqino crutio party for tho State at largo in the Charleston convention aud tho Baltimore convention which nominated Douglasthe Chicago conmition which nominated Slc Clullancl and was chairman of tho Tlltnois delegation at tho Cincinnati coiiyontlon which nominatod Hancock He was also a niember of the consulting conventionat Philadelphia which had for Its object a determination of the proper course of tho Democrats regarding the differences exist ing bobween President Johnson and tho Re publloau party 1K BURCH EIJjS FAREWBLJj The Deposed Priests Address to His July Dr Burchell pastor of tbo Uoniart Catholic Church of the Epiphany who has been removed by the College of the Propaganda at Rome pa ooant of hlsrcllllerences with Archbishop Corrigan took his congregation rndrnlug IIo said he never aught which he be doubt I erred sometimes but never know Inely coutlnue In the I San Now St Iaiii Sioux City firnwl Kitpids WliJiitu Norfolk Tiwonin Los A A Mni ii Motitriuil Hiillfux X Pa till Decree Ksiti IfU 17 f OntsidiNvw York if Inorwisd Not in toUils no at this tiino yiiiu A TllKpSOPHICAJj LAWSUIT The Now York Sun Sued for Fifty Thousand Jiollurs NKW Yoitic July Dispatch Sin Kiiirifisco suit for damages has boon brought Supiumo Court by Willluni Q Juctgo and tho Ayran Thnosophlcal Society of Now York City agalnnt tho Now York Sun for tho pub lication on July 201 h of a loni intovviow with Dr Elliott Co lies oC Pro lessor Conos who was expelled from tho so ciety In Juno 1880 according to Judge cavo what purported to bo an exposure oC tho society and cast relloetlous of a serious nature upon some of Its members Mr Judtftt who Is a lawyer of this city and general secretary of the American sec tion of tho Theosophleal Society said yes that tho sulk would bo pushed to tho ond by lawyers Thompson and Lydeckcr It was also probable thai proceedings would be instituted against Professor Gonus lie did notknow as yet ho said what action Madams Hlavatskywould take after soelns article It was possible that she would also her own account Romero to Bo Jromotel SAN ANTONIO July Romero Mexican minister at Washington passed through the city eiv route Mexico He disclaimed any political significance in the visit to his homo Which ho said was purely a personal one lie having boon away six years Intimate friends however de clare that he is going to Mexico in response u call from President Tlaz WIQ Intends promoting him to an important post in tho m i ti Will Bo Honored As a Duke NKW July committee in charge of the arrangements for tho ro moval of the remains of tho late Captain Ericsson huvo received a communication from Klng Oscur of Sweden stating that he b active Interest in the llnal in terment of tho remains and when they roaohod Sweden would see that they aro received with all the honors usually awarded a Swedish duke or admiral A Bruised Prince MUNICH July the Prince Redout wsia out driving In tho suburbs to day his carriage collided with a tramcar and the prince was thrown out and badly brnisou Tho Fremont Sword General Fremontwas naturally proud of tho numerous trophieswhich he hud ac quired during thu course of a long and eventful lifer bufboth he aud his wife felt proudest of tho magnificent sword which was given him by the pqople of Missouri In recognition of his services as commandant of that department during tho tirst year of the rebellion It will be romom berod that ij the commanding general asawUr he Issued a proclamation emancipating tlio slaves of that State This act was deemed Illadvised and premature Vfeslclon Lincoln and was therefore Viiiuhtcvmaudori This necessitated the of General Fremont Thereupon tlib loyal people of Missouri determined to 1 presont to him a testimonial of their confi donoe and their love As ho was a soldier in tho arms of his country the gift of a sword was deemed tho most appropriate A superb sword was upon tho scabbard was etched not John C but a simple Inscription in tersest of all languages ancloutov modern Ts To a The sword was deemed tho more precious by General Fremont and his family because no one to give more than ten cents and thus persons united offering Mrs Fremont had it placed in an elegant case in the hall of her house at New Sork and uo ono could enter the dweli Tng withot observing this magnificent sword Sirs Fremont called the writers special at tention to tno Inscription as it indicated to her that doners believed that her husband was not merely a General in the army butin ths best sense of the word a Eyeniny It Has Gone By L does not seem she said that tho day for that sort of real society by so many matters for good women to spend tlriie and thought upon nowadays thattho passion for dress to eirclosX One mucks ones limita tions oucoIn irulgar gives ones rseU such extravagant it was not alonoi that made Mrs I most ap well ibred as A BRAKEMANS BIGH FIND He Picks Up and Will Go to to A MYSTERIOUS KENTUCKY CRIME A Ynuny Englishman Murdered and His Body Placed on i Krvilroad Reward Oflered For the Cook Assassins BUTTE July to Friday InsfMrs H Butler of this city took the niorning train for Lodge to attend the rsices Upon leaving the Ififs nt her destination she left her small handsatchel a pair of din nioiifl earrings and other pieces of valuable jowolry valued on the car seat frhe did nol discover their loss till the train hiid dnpaiTcd The trainmen were apprised of when Frank Hood voluntoered thesrateniont that he plckeil up the satchel and lurried it over to a nicelydressed gentleman at Garrison Jfood Avas arrested suspected of tho theft and pliiml in jail at Deer Lodge Last under a promise from Mr that he Avould not prosecute Hood ihndu Ji full confession lie told tlie olhcers that he dropped the satchel oil tlie oars into acreek Tho satchel found in tho creek with the jewelry Intact Mood had taken money and lost It at the table The railroad company will prosecute the case Mrs But ler is tho owner of the racehorse Manning AND MiDDLEHOuoufiH July UN E Francisco Chronicle Se ries by of J F Kenell killed by an un known party here last the body was dragged and laid across the rullroud track where it was afterwards run over by the train which convoying the officers of tho Louisville Legion back toeamp from a ball they had attenclnd at the Micldlobor ough Hotel In the pocket of the dead man wore found pusses on several English and Scotch railways TJfl3 ASSASSINATION JACKSON July 1 H Cook a brother of F M D Cook who was assas sinated in Jasper county last Tuesday was here today consulting with his Republican to pnrsuo to bring the perpetrators to justice lie had an idea that there Avas someway in which the case could he gottea Into the Federal Court for trial but Avas told that this wiis impossible Ho called on Goverpor Stone who promptly told him ho would ollerthe highest roAvard he could under the SCTO Dr Coolc says his brother killed about 2 oclock Tuesday about two miles from Mount Zion ut a schqolhonse The assassins wore oorfcualed in the schoolhouse and fired tit him rode by killing him Instantly The evfdonce shows thtub live and possibly six shots were firod from shot guns Tho guns wore stuck partly through a crack in the building andthe logs dis tinctly show five powder burns where the shots Avere tired MEN KILLED NKW OKLKANS July 27 Associated Mllneburg this evening a occurred botAAeen a number of men from tiiis city in Avhich Jack Hayes Tom Larne gan and John Larnegan wore mortally wounded The cause of the trouble is not known THE NORTH AND THE SOUTH The Governor of Texas Denounces the Proposed Boycott ST Louis July over nor Koss of Texas In an Interview yesterday in reply to an inquiry as to his opinion of the pro posed boycott of the North by the South said I deem boycott utterly impracticable it would be nmviso because it Avould array tho North and South against each other in permanent political social and commercial hostility It Avould Avith draw millions of capital from tho South and destroy tho credit of thousands of Southern merchants It AAould in every Southern community im placable those who do and those to join tho boycott A citizens loyalty to his State and country would be tested by a fulso standard AVhile in the North interestwould bo ar rayed solidly against tho Sou th 1 f practl cable it would be indefensible because it would involve injury of friends and foes alike 11 wouldbe jnodicated upon the as sumption that tho Force bill once enacted into a law would be inuepoalablo tho just sentiment of all sections could bo relied upon to relievo an oppressed section from a measure found to bo tyrannical tuiddauger ous to A FAMILYS PATE Five Persons Killed by a Passenger Train GUAFTON W July A frightful railroad accident occurred here this morn ing resulting in the death of Qve persons members of ono family Jvist about the time the westbound accommodation train duo from Golden a man Avife and three childrenstarted to the Baltimore Ohio tracks but seeing tho yard engine coming up the road they stopped to let it pass While watching tho engine the pas senger train struck the family instantly killing tho wife arid three chil i dren Tho noise of the yaid engine pre vented the approach of tho train beiup hoard FAIR APPOINTMENTS Supt Porter and Processor Goode Tendered Important Positions July It is reported that the the Worlds Fair dur ing their rccont visit to this tendered P Porter Superintendent of Cen sus the position of Chief of the Bureau of Awards and to essor G Brown IIOAV Assistant Secretary of the Smithsonian Institute in oliarge of tko National Mti sonm tho position of Chief of the Bureau of Classification Catalogue for the forthcoming exposition Next to ithe Di rectorGeneralshipof the fair these are the most Important positions Connected exposition Ifis yet if the gen tlemen have accepted THE WEEK AT WASHINGTON The Tariff Debate WiIl Be Con tinued Iridefinitely W ASHINGTOX J lily Tari rf the prlncipul theme Discussed Senate this week It is long the general debate Avill as every DemqcriLTiic SehatptMs mVderstpbd a formal Speech for U h mittee which will seek action upon the Compound Lard and Meat Inspection bills The Election Committee is pushing for con sideration of the Virginia and South Caro lina contested election cases MRS SULLIVANS DISTINCTION She Was One Hundred and Eleven Years Old and Voted CHEVEXWE July to The only female centenarian who ever voted died at Newcastle this State today It was Mrs Hannah Sulli van who often verified the statement that she was born in County Kerry Ireland in 1770 Ten children were tho fruit of two marriages contracted at 17 nad 50 Her grandchildren numbered forty and great grandchildren twentylive Her health was always excellent a face cancer causing CLARKSON ON THE GREAT WEST SPANISHAMERICAN STRIFE HE THK J2ASTJ5KN OF THIS GKKAT SECTION Tho Cabinet Otficers Should He Compelled to Learn SomelUiiiAr About Their Own CJarkson Will Kosign CHICAGO July Dispatch San Francisco Chrmiida PostmusterrGcncral Clarkson Is enthusiastic over the great West where he has been traveling three months In an interview today he said What this country needs is more light on the great West Tho East doesnt half appreciate it It does not1 un derstand it and the Government at ington has treated it according to the methods by which it has ffor years dealt with tho East West of the are twofifths of the railroad service of the country In that vast country is now slumbering tho vote which in 1H92 will elect thenext President of the United And will ho be a Western man not ho will bo1 in sympathy with the dumands of the West Thoignor anew of the Government concerning tho WosC and yet if any of Government elected or appointed go West tho cry of Junket goes up My trip was paid for out of my own pocket but I believe oue of tho most profitableinvestments tho Government could make would he to com pel tho heads departments tho mem bers of Congress to travel through the West to learn from personal contact and obser vation tho needs of thatpart of the tin ion in short to put them in touch with the peo ple As it is but little isknown and solit ile is thought of it that despite Itssize and its rapid growth nor a Cabinet positionIs given to it Over the West the Interior De partment lies like an Iron jacket Speaking of Mr Ularkson said that he had no doubt durhjg its present session would pass the Tariff and Election As for the boycott of tho South lthink that tbe threat Itself is proof that an Election bill is needed so that and whenthat is done thewhites be perfectly satisfied They so now but they didnt theywouldbo satisfied his own position Mr Clark I shallhand 111 rny resignation upon my return to to take ollect about Aligns I JiiOblV by time I hope to have en trusted to my my subsequent I am not prepared to Overcome by Gas WrNNEPEG July Rossburn yesterday two farmers named Duncanson and Patterson were overcome by gas while repairing an old well and both were brought to tho Duncanson wealthy Scotchman recently arrived from tho old country and wasgoing intofarming extensively Robert Collier Dead V 1 SALISBURY July Robert Collier one of widely known Unitarian divines Jn tho country died this morning at his country house He was stricken with paralysis Friday night and never recovered consciousness Moltke on Temperance Moltke tho Silent who will be ninety years old in Octobernext has recently written to a friend as I can never havesaid that beer is Germanys greatest On the wish we could brew a good cheap beer for the people The price at iifteen or even ten pfen nings the glass is too high for them in South Germany people have cheap cider Here in NorthGermany unfor tunately it is only spirits that are cheap I myselfdrink neither beer nor spirits but I regard complete abstinence from them as neither desirable nor practica ble instance often necessary in the field or after exhausting work a man to revive his strength if only for the time being Only the abuse of alcohol which is unfortunately great is harmful and this indeed is ofGermanys greatest enemies A healthy person provided lie does not exerthimself immoderately does riot heed any such it sinful to give it to un fortunately often done The be saidof the races also mere children I wish that coffee tea and light beer were cheap and spirits The First Cotton Bale Fake It is says the New York that even their little fakes1 for business purposes I met Charles Waring a cotton raer chanu from Savannah last night I was at the Cotton he was at the interest takerrin the firstbale of the new cotton crop bale was received frpm Georgia yesterday morning and was consigned to Henry who had it placed on fact the bale was only oneeighth For forty years this same fakehas season v The new cotton as too green to be order tobefirst in the marketa bale of which buta Very small portion of new has been is fixed up and senton as a sample new cotton brokers dont know thodifterence y remarkedthe ivSenators at the the yparlcr bilV grows be fore the In thcv In for toiripribV Sanguinary Conflicts IM Central and South America THE INSURRECTION AT BUENOS AYRES The Insurgents Supported by the and Guate mala Massing United States Invited to Step vbu i GUATEMALA July Dispatch Francisco Chronicle Barillas held a council of war today and troops are being diily conscripted to carry on the war with Salvador President Baril las wanted to assmnmo the leadership of his troops against Salvador but owing to the unsettled condition of affairs hen he lias abandoned the idea of leaving the cap ital Troops are arriving horo from tho west const and from Quezalteuango A proclamation has been issued warning all natives of Salvador to leave the territory of Guatemala within fortyeight Pres ident Barillas lias issued a decree declaring the whole republic in a state of siege and suspending constitutional guarantees The military are fortyfive days in arrears of pay and funds arts sadly needed Sev eral of foreign and native merchants have advanced sinus of money to the Govern ment receiving iiT exchange custom house receipts which are to be accepted in pay ment oi M per cent of import duties on foreign merchandise It is said the Guatemalan Government has cabled to the United through Minister in Guatemala asking tho United States to step in Mexico from interfering with Central American af fairs The American Minister here is very much annoyed at the treatment of the steamer which was boarded by theGuatemalan troops and searched and has cabled to from Salvador say that all for eign powers except the Uniiod States hav iug legations there have acknowledged Ezeias provisional rule in Salvador has been received hero from Sal vador in which it is said that General EzRta had declared thathe was first going to march on to Guatemala depose Presi and then turn his attention to reestablishment of the constitutional regime in Salvador The United States manofwar expected from San Francisco has at last arrived only stopped atAcapulco for coal Word has been received herefrom Paris that a Frenchsyndicate who were to have loaned Guatemala have posi tively refused to negotiate with this country SALVADOR CONTROLS THE CAiJLB July cipher dispatch received here today by an officialofbhe Guatemalan Government says that Gantemala reports the war was pro voked by San Salvador and will continue until San Salvador getp a legitimate Presi debt iivplabeof A battlewasfought on the23d recites but as Salvador commands the cable to South America the Government only allows dis patches favorable to itself to Hon duras the dispatch further says will remain neutral for the join with Guatemala if events require BOTH RIDES MASSING JTKOOPS CITY OF MEXICO July revolu tionary bands are marauding near tho Mex ican frontier on Guatemala territory Both Guatemala and San Salvador are trying to muss troops with the upmost haste but Guatemala finds difficulty in the dissatis faction of the soldiers ANOTH13R VICTORT LA LIBERIAD Salvador July is re ported from uuoflicial sources that the Sal troops have made an advance fronv Etcscatempo on Jutiata and again mefc the Guatemalan army with tho usual disastrous results to the latter whichhas beenagain badly defeated and was In full retreat on the Jutiata followed by the victorious THE BUENOS AYRES REVOLT the The Insurgents Supported by How It Started BUENOS Juily Campos and Arreudontia the in surgents have seizeci the arsenal barracks andPlaza LaVallc Their forces include five military and two citizen battalions and a cachpt corps The Government commands seven battalionsand reinforcements from Zarate The street conflicts on Satur day were adverse to the Government Tho losses on both sides were1 heavy and many buildings were destroyed The navy re dont has assumed the presidency Another battalion of troops with arms and baggage has joined the insurgents The populace support the revolutionists and the author ities are negotiating insurgents AND July 27 A dispatch sent from Buenos Ay res at 5 oclock yesterday says the fighting was still going on at that hour and many were killed and wounded oil both STARTED BY THE ARTILLERY A dispatch to the from Buenos Ayres regarding yesterdays revolt says the first steps atoyerthrowiug the Government were taken by the artillery joined by some civilians Part of the infantry afterwards joined thejn and firing soonbecame In the afternoon the revolutionary ment issded ordering the mobiliza National Guard Late in the afteriijpon attacks made by Govern on the citizen battalions and the troops were repulsed Many policemen and citi zens The Minister of War is re ported Killed Herethe dispatches to the Times were shut off AN IDAHO TOWN BURNED Fifteen Hundred Residents of Wai Homeless SFOWANE FAELS July Meager of total de struction byfire of the town of Wallace the most prosper oilsmining the North situated in tlie CoeurdAlene district of Idahb aboutioo miles southeast of Spo kane Falls A to theSpokaiie from Tekba says as near as can be learned the fire started an the Central burned north and The entire business por thetown was scoreof blocks restaurants and many It impossible to get lull particulars until moruing men i here the loss not less than bilf leading busiuess housesi hotels and the private dispaixih received at late hour last night people are homeless an oider for no miles of six nnd eight inch wroughtiron pipe with j Pittsburg manufaourefs The connact will approximate but the larger local inills are so overcrowded with orders that they bad to refuse this big ono The Na tional and Pennsylvania Tube Works the two largest concerns of the kind in the world would nor touch It nd paucr Chal fant Co would take but thirty miles Orders for about sixty milos were placed elsewhere This is an unusual condition of affairs THE BRITISH GRENADIERS THE SUNDAY BALilj GAMES Salt IiaJce Defeated by The Two Associations Touching Scenes on Their Forced Departure From England PARTING WITH WIVES AND SWEETHEARTS BUTTE July 27 Special to the Examples Made of Veterans Who hundred people wont out to the race track this afternoon to see the base contest between the Salt Lake and ttutte aggregation of ball tossers Roih teams put up a strong game The visitors ro defeated by a score sf to 5 1020002 Salt 2000020 nnd Kerby Salt Lake Platt nnd Lloyd Base Salt Lake s Earned SuitLake 2 Salt Lake 2 The Western Association DCS Kansas City Sioux St DKXVKK I 1 KANSAS CITY I SIOUX CITY I Minneapolis OMAHA I Had But a Fow They Are Given A Gross OKtragre Days to Terms in 10 The American Association PHILADELPHIA r 1 BKOOKLYN j A Railway Mens Convention Bosrox July 105 rail road in this eonntr3r aiid Canada attended A a meeting of the Grand Con noil of Steam Railroad Mens Protective Union today The necessity for an aiitOJ raatic bar guard and a higher elevation of bridges forcibly presented by many The question of rodiieod hours of labor for trainmen and switichmen and more wages was dieussod but nothing definite done The several standing committees and president were instructed to secure the enactment of legislative measures in fiio interests of railroad employees A U P Machinist Drowned POCATELLO Idaho Tuly to B Dunn a young man employed as a machinist by the Union Pacific Railway here was drowned while bathing in the river this evening Several persons wero on the river bank at the time but thinking the victims cries for help were In sport ho drowned before assistance could be rendered CantCross the Channel July 27 Passengers between Dover and Calais had a lively time yester terday and today in consequence of a strike among the firemen on the steamers The piers were crowded with strikers and the boats Dover hotels arc crowded with Americans afraid to cross while large numbers of them remained in Loudou today forthe same reason The Lawrence July early morning till night of teams sur rounded the scene of the cyclone and people were present More than al ready subscribed to the relief fund Collec tions whre taken in all the churches and a muss meeting been called for Monday evening All the patients in tbe hospital and orphan asylum are doing well The Meeting of the Emperors BERLIN July Germ an Gazette says The journey of Emperor William to Russia has givon rise to baseless rumors Nothing more is expected from the meeting with the than that a friendly inter change of Ideas may do away with existing difficulties and secure peacable relations between Germany and Russia No Excuse for Him Frank Bright president of Uni versity College Oxford is a genial sociallyrdisposed man full of certain and immensely popular in the college writes Ethel Arnold in for July They a story of him which illus trates the quality of his huaior The college had done well one year annual spring boat races and the crew elated by success indulged them selves by giving an unusually uproari ous bumpsupper at the conclusion of their exertions The next morning one of their number had occasion himself in the masters study to give him an essay sitting writing evidently absorbed in business Presently he looked up to see the young man standing at his el bow essay in hand So and said the master he stut ters a you were all dddrunk last No sir upon my word remonw tratcdtho young man full of righteous indignation Thththen theres no excuse for said the master and went on with his writing A Daughter of the Regiment A real child of the graduatedlast mouth from der Varien Insijuite in Warsaw Her name is MarieZiJveksliolm and she is just 16 years In the last Turkish warshe was picked up from the ruins of a burned and deserted town by tjie Colonel of the Grenadier of the Emperor of Austria Tlie members of the regi ment voted as soon as they went into camp to support the little Turkish girl They contributed enough money mimediately to set and have Cbny tHeir all sheVwished Five weeks ago decidedto give her a when sheshould be ready to marry Marie has ai beautiful oval face and a is expected that she will get from the regiment London correspondence July 22 of the Philadelphia Pros After the order was given to the Grenadier Guards to leave England they wero eon lined in the Welling ton Barracks Great latitude however was shown to thorn and friends and rela tives were allowed to visit them every even ing in the yird of the barracks The arrest of six Grenadiers and their trial by court mnrtial tended to cast gloom over the whole battalion When the sentences wore pro nounced on parade yesterday some painful scenes occurred The oldest soldiers of the companies seemed to have been selected for trial By a strange misfortune a veteran named Perron was ono of tho un lucky prisoners An older man named belonging to tho same company had been transferred to tho reserve the day be fore Later in tho day the prisoners ex changed their regimentals for prison garb The precise hour of their removal to tho Krixiou Military prison was a well guarded secret while tboir transfer to the ambu lance wagon was so quietly effected that only a few soldiers and spectators wero present The authorities had three ambu lance wagons each drawn by a pair af horsesJn attendance At tho entrance men were brought down to tho first wagon while tho other two wero sent away in dillerent directions When the mMt emerged tho curious spectators raised a loud shout Tho Grenadiers wero UaiueulVod in pairs and escorted by fion eommissioned officers Tho soldiers ap peared dejected and haggard One soldier in regimentals shouted Keep up your hearts comrades Several prisoners burst out crying tears streaming down their sad faces Youll be better cried another soldier as the vehicle drove rapidly away After the departure of tho men tho story of their farewell parting with their wives and children spread through tho barracks BITTER FKKrjNO GHOWS INTENSE In a little while the feeling of depression gave way to excited indignation which grew more intense as tho evening Wives children sweethearts and comrades crowded Iiito the spacious yard from fi until 10 No guardsmen wero allowed to leave An exciting but painful meeting was held in tho yard and At first the men of the Second battalion bore them selves bravely and the sions of fear of their tfives and sweethearts The sympathetic words of old comrades however soon kindled the angry feelings tTiat1vsniouldered In their breasts The men were immediately aroused and inveighedbitterly against tbo otdor that Harsh individual cases of had a few days only to and honorable service and been tlms rudely their dream of future freedom frony military duty were cited One had only seven days to finish twelve years and another thirteen days to end seven years of active service In one case the wife of prisoner was inconsolable She had throe children with her and was in a delicate con dition As tho marriage was without the consent of the Colonel the poor woman could not expect to get that assistance dur ing the absence of her husband which those married by permission always receive could only mourn her double sorrow which her husbands tenderness could not assuage At length as tho bugle sounded for the vis itors to leave the husband raised his wife and almost carried her to the gate where a woman friend took his place and bore her borne In the busy throng filling tho yard thera was no chance fcr private farewells and whispered partings HundrcdV of men and women arm in arm were waHclrig about and clinging lovingly for time to each other Outside stood a great crowd bt sightseers who gazed curiously and sympa theticallybetween the railing The oii braVe men kissiac their wives again arid agahj and then away tears with their strong Couples separated the women hur rying away with their friends and the chil tlVcn then kisses from their fathers The men at last rushed off to the canteen While these pathetic scenes were going the yard different ones were be ing enacted in the cauteeri WHKHE LlQtlOK FlllCEtiV Young women who seemed to have plenty of money were there treating their lovers as they had been accustomed to do Tho taps were continually running The flow ing bowl lightened the of the men and for a time they forgot their misfortune They indulged in jig dancing andsang snatches of popular ajrs At the sound of the bugle the women rush outside in search of other lovers Several interviewed by a special correspondent said the Duke of Cambridge blamed them for nol reporting the complaints through their officers dont know the said the spokesman and rarely sec At 10 oclock in the evening the yard was cleared and the crowd obeying the At raid rrinvi f of the poiUe sadlymoved At raid gi WAS j g re appeared und in BJ H oclock GeorgeToot ihe Hint must I cannot spend Vett youre not close enough got closer Business Triinsabt Senators fully ing it numbered more than The windows were thrown open at sunrise and tho wives andsweetbearts recognized the men calling to them by their Christian names At 4 oclock Birdcage Walk thronged The men gave way rail1 jngs for the poor women clilldren vltb teiiretained eyes and haggard faces held up V to see if they could picic out Then the fifes and druvns marched intOtaeV yard No laggards were found Every matt promptly and apparently cheer to the call Colonel and mounted rode up and enteredtbe yard 5 pclock the men were drawn tip in double line aud fifteen minutes later tbo Colonel gave the word to march The great gates attbe Buckingham Palace end of yard were thrown open and while the band played tbe the battalion uiarched were greeted by the shoutsarid cheers of enormous The street wasblockaded A large number of policemen were J in tlnee open a way lor the soldiers After came miners and them anf Eaton at the bead regiment As the batialibn road a mlgbtyJ from tbe assemblage Tbe men forsome Into the taarcbed wbile several rnen ke sons stepped out of tbeJrf treni easedf at ;