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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - March 31, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah If you want Honses Booms or Servants patronize the Want Columns of The Tribune The total circulation of The Tribune last week wai over 147 SOME OLD WORLD SCANDALS UTAH MOOT3AY MAKCH 31 1S90 PRICE FIVE CEKTS The City of Paris Helpless and Adrift on the Atlantic SHE NARROWLY ESCAPED FOUNDERING Thousands of Tons of Water Aboard The Adriatic Jjeft JHer to Her JtotailH of the Disaster CasuaHics March DIs Francisco Clinwlde General Grooloy heart of the Woathor Bureau says that tho statements made by it Dunn in tho New York papers as to the probable danger from wator at New Orleans aro unfounded So far as that city is concerned he says the water may rise high enough to reach tho first stories of tho houses near tho river front but no farther TUB CITY OK IAHIrt ACCJOKNT BAWtMOfiK Ireland March City of in tow of a freight steamer and a luff Is just oil the const here headed Qisoenstown Thirtytwo hundred tons of water are In her hold Sho is down at tho stern fivo feet the plimsolls line and her engines are disabled With every roll off the magnificent vessel the swish ftwiish of water in her hold Is hoard iy all on board as it rushes from side to side and tin tho emit liner is slowly pulled along she fltaKKOrs like the crippled greyhound that Should tt gale spring up and tho leak be come unmanageable or should a Wrm cause the steamer and tho to east off and leave the liner to her fate the passengers eon Id bo easily transferred tend landedin safety Tho awidont occurred Tuesday afternoon and nearly all the saloon passengers were Kutliprod sift on the promennde dock wait ing for the dinner gong Thoro oamu a grtJit list of steam through the skylight of the house over the starboard engine room and then tho noise of a torrlflo grinding from below A moment later came tho word that both onglne rooms were niplclly filling but there was no immediate danger The crunk shaft of tho starboard ine broke beating In tho biggest of the cylinders thrashing about with Its and breaking in the bulkhead The steamer would ship water on the main dockat almost every roll and she recovered more time Uow the long nlghb passed cannot bo aiiecmatoly described All oyos woro strained In watching for some light on tho from a passing vessel There wero enough boats to have taken off those on board and more but there was a heavy SOIL running audit wns perilous to launch boats under such circumstances She lay helpless until Thursday morning when a liner was sighted Nearer the liner came nnd tho passengers on her doo c anfi those on tho City of Paris mingled their But the Adriatic stoamod past hardly cheeking her engines saying that would take the passengers to Now York but would not tow tho steamer to I astnot As ashlp of tho direct rival to tho Inman resumed her course witn 5ut further inquiry she was followed by the execrations of soul on board M midnight the steamship Ohio of the America lino was sighted She was bound westward with Captain Sargent In com mand This boat is tno only transA Mantle liner that Hostile stars and stripes As soon as sho saw us she Instantly changed her course and slowly steamed alongside until tho City of Paris reached Fastnet LATKR DETAILS QUKKXSTOWN March 10 Associated Tlio Inmnn lino steamer City of towod by the stoamor arrived at Quoeristown today An acci dent occurred Tuesday caused by the breaking of tho lowpressure cylinder of the port engine plows of metal forcing tne Wfculkhoftd and making a hole through the Tdoublo bottom and disabling the starboard engine Tho passengers became panic stricken when they found tho ship making wider and learned that thoro was a possibil ity of tho vessel foundering Tlio wator which flooded tho engine compartment was forcod through tho Injection tubes which it is alleged tho engineer during tho excitement had nog elootdd to shut Tho starboard engine was shattered almost to pieces Tho port engine rooms wore Illlod with upwards of 000 tons of wator and tho port onglno ron do rod entirely useless Terrible conso mionees would havo ensued but lor the bravery of tho second engineer who at tho porll of his llfo managed to shut oft tho steam thus saving tho machinery from demolition Tho llfo boats woro elearec and tho pumps kopb working Tho woathei was fine and there was no wind Tho stoamor drifted helplessly until tho 215th when tho captain sent the ohlof oflloor and six mrn In a lifoboat to get Into tho track of other line steamers In tho hopo of Intercepting tho City of Chester or tho Tho boat met tho Adriatic which declineil to tako the tow but sent the stoamor Tho is a small steamer unable to tow ovor four or fivo knots hourly and progress was slow until Saturday when tho Ohio was sighted which remained alongside until Fastnet was sighted Two tugs were sent Dcbris was pickeed up today four miiwifrom tho place where tho havoc was wrought Only a meager account of the casualties Is yet gathered as tbo physicians have not yet returned from the desolated district Sonic of tho people who have come brick for surgical aid have given tcrrbilo re ports of the destruction and say that seven teen death are reported so far with a great number injured Tho Htorrn first struck the farm of two colored people laying them waste Ncxb Richard Wllliamss house was wrecked and ho and ono child and Mrs Shelton killed and several others hurt The farm of Arn old was next visited and three of the family badly inj red Ihcn Jackson Browns farm was struck Not a building or a fence was loft stand ing here Throe people wero fatally in other farms in tho direct truck of the storm were not wrecked but the residents fortunately escaped serious harm Iho death work began again at tho farm of John Baby Not a vestage of this poor man s property was loft and the entire family wore seriously injured The tornado then took a course across the Nublick Flats tearing half a mile in width through the forests leaving In its track nob a slngTe tree standing Iteyond tho woods several more farm dwellings were b own Inwn but the inmates escaped with slight njurles Tho house of Mrs Walker was iompletoly demolished and all of tho farn ly badly hurt The scene of devastation all along tho course is the most frightful evor witnessed n Kentucky The storm tore Its way from tho last farms o tho dense forest of tho Green r ver lottoms striking road about half t mile from Sebreo There a heavy relghb train including tho engine was hrown from tho track and tangled up in a IHSS of debris engineer and two train nen were killed From this point the trade of the aerial monster stretched across tho iroad bottoms toward Green river crossing that stream at the mouth of Graves Crock and there leaving Webster county An Aged Baronet Finds Himself in a Pretty Scrape BESSIE BELLWOOD AND HER DUKE She Proposes to His Highness to Austrian Dukes Wild Hero of Sixty Lawsuits Is Still Wealthy Death of Judge Sahin GAMTTCSTOW March Ohauncoy B Pabln States District Judge or the day Eastern District of Texas died to THE MISSISSIPPI INUNDATION SDMI ON HOUSE TOPS IN Bo ports From Along tho vlllo on mi Destitution and SuIVcrlng in Arkansas March river came Lo a stand today and stands ab foob This is throe and onehair Inches below tho high water mark of 188B Steamers loaded wibli provisions reached Laeonla Circle this morning Tho unfortunate people of that district are being relieved its possi ble The iovoes around Helena are sbill In good condition and a more conttdonb feeling prevails TjIVINO ON THE TIOUS15 TOPS ST Louis April Jlogan of thfl Memphis Oommoivlal has arrived from tho flooded dlsbriot along UioMississippi river Hogansays that In Laconia Circle Pasha conn by comprising acres with Inhabitants numbering between 3000 and 8000 people tho whites and negroes aro in a destitute condition Many aro Hooded out of their homos and are living on bho house tops The live stock nob drowned aro maintaining n precarious existence From Tlnlena bhoentire Mississippi Delta country roaohlng from Viclcsbnrg west to Shrovo port and down to Wow Orleans scorns likely to bo inundated All people who realise tho truo situation aro moving into other regions I IK PC UTS KXAOCWRATEO CIIATANOOCJA March 30 The Times has a dispatch Crom a large cotton plan tor at Memphis saying that to a groat extent tho newspapers have boon loo sensa tional about the lovoo troubles Tlio plant ers will Cor aid whori ib is necessary bub nob before us otherwise labor would bo demoralized and leave the planters helpless with thoir planting far behind Tho breaks aro bad ho says and a good doal of country Is loodod bub the planters have nob yet found it necessary to appeal for aid AT SKirWlTlT NKW March from various points along bho Mississippi Iovoes show no marked change today except in tho viotriity of Hklpwith whore tho water is steadily advancing Tho rowns oC Maycrs villo Fltlors and ITayos cannot escape an Inundation similar to that of Sklpwlth Tho pooplu aro moving thoir goods as rapidly as There is no danger to human llfo and mosb of bho stock has been taken to safe grounds In Madison parb of bho lovce bank is crumbling but a now levoo may bo completed in time to save the country Tho railroads In that vicinity and all along tho rivor sldo aro sulTorors Somo divisions havo boon entirely abandoned and others will havo to bo soon unless tho situation im proves Tho town of Kayvlllo is in imminent danger A fourinchriso will flood ib Greon vlllo is now on an island and bho town Is in groat danger of being inundated Tho situation is unimproved from last night though the lovoos aro nob yob gone A now break occurred atHunttngtonthis morning and water in tho town is now rising at a rate of an inch and a half an Ah railroads thcro aro abandoned BACKED THE WRONG HORSES Tho wator knpt increasing in sptto of tho work of tho pumps An examination is bo Ing made by divers Tho conduct of tho of and crow was admirable sOno of the passunpors says a serious feat ure was tho fact tlt all the steam pumps woro disabled by tho accident and tho orow had to take to tho hand pumps External applications of heavy sails and blankets woro also made Tho opinion la 1rooly ox pressed that if a storm had come up the stoamor would havo gone to tho bottom in a few hours LOST ON THE BIO IIOUN DENVETI March Ohoyonne jtpoclal to tho Edward Happy eon of a rich Louisville Kentucky mer chant who has boon visiting on the Big Horn has been lost in tho mountains for thrcs weeks and Is believed to havo por ishod His horse with blankets and saddle wore found by a searching party yesterday twenty miles from tho road on which Happy WHS traveling when overtaken by a storm It Is foarod tho body cannot bo found until the snow melts from tho mountains EIGHT PEOPtiE DIXON March torriffio storm passed through Webster county Thursday evening Tho tornado proper lusted about and ir that timo eight peo ple wero killed and about thirty injured somo of whom will die Tho property loss will amount to All through the storm section as nr as can bo seen houses uro demolished trees uprooted and debris scattered all ovor tho country A large amount of stock was killed A number of people aro destitute but are being cared for now It will be necessary however to ask forontsldo aid A KENTUCKY COUNTT DEVASTATED LoinsvtLJUR March special from Pooles Mill says that a largo portion of that county was devastated by thoJgreat storm In its tifack scarcely a vestige of timber or property is left Trees were torn from its path and buildings of Bcriptlon were demolished and Scatteredfor Tho Florist of New Yorks Four Hundred Comes to Grief YORK March Dispatch San Francisco F Klunder a society florist of this city has lost f nlly half a million dollars as a plunger on tho races Ho is today living in London iu tho custody of his family Ho squandered ovor lOOO that did not belong to him It is to escape tho consequences of this embezzle ment that ho is uow out of the country Klunder began his business as a florist ovor twenty years ago on Broadway near Twentieth street Ho was not long in secur ing the oroam of tho flower business in Now York Whenever elaborate decorations were wanted Klunder was always engaged In 3883 Klundor began putting Uis money on bho races His floral business had grown to suchmagnitude that ho felt oppressed by its and the races seemed to bo a vont through which ho could find relief loan tell what horses aro going trvwin bettor than tbo owners lw was often heard to say but notwithstanding his souconfidence Mr Klunder rarely bot on tho right horso He had no method inghls money and rarely took a look at tho horses themselves bub seemed to trust to guess work Tho Methodist University BALTIMOEE March Newman of tho MethodistEpiscopal Conference of California todny tho bankers and business men of Washington have subscribed liberally to tho proposed university Ono gentleman owning alargo quarry said that ho would give all tho stono required for tho The ground selected for the site will bo purchased at onco Clearing total gross ex changes Jtor tho last shown by dls patches from the leading clearing houses of the pnitodStatos arid Canada woro 5057 decrease of per cent as com parea witli bho same week of last LONDON March Dispatch Francisco Chronicle Times correspondent cables The Tory mem ber for ono of the northern consbibuences Sir George Elliott his amorous nature to compromise him in a way which is not pleasant to his children and grand children Tho worthy baronet who accord ing to biblical authority has already out run this mortal span has made himself par ticularly agreeable to a youngwidow in po llto London society but he now declines to follow this proceeding to ibs natural issue by leading the lady to bho altar The widow seeks solace for her outraged feelings by an action for broach of promise claiming sub stantial damages and bho faibhlriss Tory has started for Madeira to escape the dirision of his friends and bhe upbraidingsof his family CKSS1I BELLWOOD AND 111211 DUKE Bessie Bcllwood bho burlesque actress and protoge of Lord Mandevillc who is now tho Duke of Manchester was questioned by a reporter lasb night concerning bho report that sho and his grace proposed going to America with a theatrical company said the fair Bessie wo will surely go to America I havo talked tho matter over with Henry Abbey and ho says I am certain bo make money I wont appeal to mtisic halls ab all bub only to the loading Who do you men byowo asked the re porter The duke and was tho curt re ply No thero has not boon any trouble between us Look at tho letters ho sent mo from Naples Ho loves his own Bessie too much to throw her over because he is a duke Ho will cross the water with me all right enough you manager Ho is tired of his wifo and wants a separa tion IE you dont believe mo ask Wales about it Ho knowsallabout ib and the duchess knows sbill bettor There will be lively times yet youll I dont pose as being anangel am as good as the Duohoss of Manchester any day Sbill su p posinr tho Puke bucks out 1 will go bo America in company with some peer There s lots ofthorn fOiid ofmo bub I want Man chester lie knows both of my married sis ters in AN AUSTRIAN DUKES GAUEEIl VIENNA March gratitude were a senbimont of which lawyers were capable the legal profession and Aus tria would certainly combine for the pur pose of raising somo magnificent memorial to his serene highness the puke of BIclitz Prince Sulkowski Tie as one of bhe most wealthy landed proprietors in Europe His wealth may bo estimatedby tho fact that his estates in Hungary alone yield an income of and that ho owns tho entire town of Plelsk a trading center with a population of inhabitants From tho day when ho was expelled from the Thorosianuni an Imperial military academy at Vienna for Insubordination and riotous conduct lie has lived in one per petual whirl of lawsuits and at tho present momonb constitutes bhe principal figure iu about sixty differentcivil and criminal actions In when barely 22 years of age ho scandalized tho world and disgusted his relatives by eloping with Vlctorine Lehman a woman somo ton years older than him self who had been acting as governess to ills only sister Princess Tayda In response to his fathers indignant remonstrances ho contracted a marriage with tho lady for tho express purpose as ho declared at tho time of exasperating tho old duke If this were roally tho object which ho ib must bo admitted that his efforts wero crownedwith success for his father ex pired from an attack of apoplexy four hours after receiving the news Married life however had no charms for tho young man and accordingly ho deserted his wife a few wcoks after his fathers death leaving her without resources Sho was ac cordingly forced to appeal to tho Austrian courts for a decree of separation and ali mony Thoso were granted to her Two years labor tho cluko who had ren dered himself famous throughout Europe for tho extraordinary nature of his eocen trlcltios and extravagancies contracted a marriage with dan souso by tho name of Ida Taogcr ho already had ono child Tho now duchess was a shrewd woman and on becoming aware that he was on the evo of deserting her for spmbother woman while playing in thiscity advantage of one of his Jits of temporary aberration ofmind follow ing on a drunken spree of unusual violence to have himconsigned to a private lunatic asylum at Doobling a village about an hours drive from here Legal proceedings wereat once begun in the courts of Prussia Saxony Bavaria Austria and Hungary indeed In every country whore tho Duke owned estates for tho purpose of preventing tho duchess from obtaining possession of tho revenues thereof During six years those lawsuits were car ried on those in Austria and however being decided to the astonishment of ovoiybody in favor oftheduchess This was chieflydue to her intimacy with tho late Hanz Wilzct one of the mosb powerful personages of tho Viennese court Last autumn the duke who is perfectly sane at length succeeded iir effecting his escape from tho asylum at Vienna and fled to Zurich begun4an action to have tho judgments of tho German tribunals on the subject of his sanity by the Austrian authorities wmrstill adhere bo tho opinion that he is insane He has likewise begun proceedings against the duchess for a recovery of and coutfol of his estates and possessions and finally by way of a climax has instituted a suit for the dissolution of his marriage 011 the grounds that he was in sane when he these will come the Montana election case on which a long debate is anticipated Reagan will speak tomorrow upon tho IUs Droviding for the issue of treasury lotes iipon deposits of silver bullion and the free coinage of silver In tho House the Army Appropriation bill will continue the subjectof consideration and after ib bhe bill to admit Idaho The tariff bill expected during the week Hamilton Shidy whoso record as an em ployee in the Milwaukee postolnce was one of the features of therecent civil service investigation has been dismissed from the census oflice V THE FRENCH AND THE CHINESE A Proposition to Celestials iu Senegal Is Defeated PARIS March Dispatch San Francisco Chronldo colon ial congress which adjourned the other day after a long session had a hot debate on bho subject of introducing Chinese labor in West A resolution was inbro duced advising the to open Senegal to Chinese immigration It was argued by tho friends of the measure that the experiments already tried showed that the Chinese could live in Senegal in very good health andthab their Jabor was an ad vantage to the country Burin tho debate one speaker made tho remarkablestatement that if toedoorsof Senegal were thrown open to the Chinese they would probably swarm over try until it would bo found necessary to stop the flood as had been done in tho United States It was also that the Govern ment had tried theexperimentof intro ducing Annanuise convicts into Gaboon and that ib had failed because they did nob bake kindly to tho climate The congress de feated the resolution Fraudulent Votes at Denver DENVER April jury which for the past two weeks has been hearing the Lon doner mayoralty contesb case tonightre turned a verdict to tho effect that they had by the evidence introduced found fraud nlent votes As Londoner had a majority of 427 ho is sbill mayor taut by only seventy seven majority Ib is nob yeb known what further action will bo taken in the if TWO BRITISH CHALLENGES DUNRAVJSN OFFERS TO COMPETE FOR THE AMERICA CUP THE GRIMES OF THE DAY The Deadly Work of a Little Tailor and His 8im A FRENCH MURDERERS WANDERINGS The Bold Robbery of an Ohio Woman Takes a Shot at an Thieves in London of a girl supposed to bo that of Kdna Wilson was found buried in a hub on the Knos ranch in the Big Horn basin The coroner while investigating the manor last week discovered two more bodies one of a white mac and one of an Indian woman buried within a few feet of the girl was found AH three had Iwen murdered Their heads bad boon crushed with an axe They had evidently been dead for a year GROUNDS DIVORCE A COUNTESS PROUDor nsn SON PARIS March Countess of Paris in bidding farewell to her imprisoned sou at j ebterday said lam proud of you and feel certain thit at all times and under all circumstances you will do your BURNS IN A MANSION LONDON Harch Burns has re moved from his wretched squalid lodgings to elegant house in Lavender Hill He suffers oxtiemoly from sciatica lie nas just wiitton to tho American Labor Fcdeia tioii declining the pioposed loctuiing torn through tho United States say ins that he could not neglect his duties in England Congressional WASHINGTON March1 the Senate the Dependent Fensionblll and the Florida judicial nominations order After The English Billiard Champion Sends a Challenge to Wants a Pyramid Pool Contests LONDON March Sau Francisco World correspondent Iu a letter to the Ncv York Yacht now on ibs way across the sea Dunravenlias re Valkyrie the America cup taking up the correspondence whore the matter was droppeclvnvtJie autumn Th is inform ation comes dlrootlroni D iinra von himself Whether the royal will againfather Dunravens felialleuge should the reopen negotiations remains bo bo seen At lasb Dunraven gives an indication thabhe and if the Americans meet him half way it is quite likely that ho will send the across the ocean In his letter Dunraven tne races must bo under the old deed of nob conditionally on a particular clause The royal squadron would nob comply witn that last year but insisted that all future races after bho Valkyrie had tried her hand must be sailed under the new Ib is quite likely that should the holders of the iup accepb Dunravens otlfer the royal squad ron would overlook Dunravens rudeness lasb summer and again acb us his sponsor Under the terms Dunravens letterthere would be notlung inconsistent in their do ng so If this proposition for the American cup falls through I am authorized to say that neither Dunraven nor Ralli will send their yachts across for special races with our 00 foob sloops According to the terms letter of the New York Yacht Club re this week by both Dunraven and Killi Dunravcn says he will be obliged to decline bho challonge embodied in the letter bub if ho sends the Valkyrie across to contend for tho American cup ho would go in races Also for the Canadian challenge INTEBESTING TO BILMARDISTS The cliallonge which John Roberts has issued bo the American pyramid pool play ers is an interesting one Roberts is the billiard champion of England and some more He is not merely tho best bil liard player in England but is so ranch bet ter than anybody that ho cau and does give tJie next best man from onethird to one half bhe game asthat is probably unique It is as if Beach had been able to concede to Hanlon a start of a mile in a threemile race or as if Sbeinitz could give Gunsberg the queen and two or three pieces besides Robertss preeminence is confined how over to what is called the spot ball KHissnporiority at pyramids though de cisive is necessarilymuch less than at all round billiards Ho gives his best opponent one ball Pyramids however seem to offer the only chance of a match in America Tbo American game of billiards whichis not American but French is so like the English that a champion at either would be completely at the mercy of the other on his own table It is supposed that SchaelTer couldgive Roberts 800 in 1000 on a French table and that Roberts could give Schaeffer at least as much on The table balls cues and game are all different and uo real test two so unlike is What Roberts now proposes is anybody iu America at pyramid pool two sets of games one on an English winner of the greabest number ofgames cm both to win the match It is nob a good match but is better than The Portuguese Elections LISBON March elections oc throughout Portugal for members of the Cortes The Government candidates were successful against so called African candidates except in the case of Serpa Pinto and Oastillos elected The Government has a strong ma Why the Students Rebelled VIENNA March 30 from St Petersburg declare that the original cause of the students outbreak indignation over the Siberianoutrages Bismarcks Birthday Celebrated BEKLIIS March 30 Bismarcks coming birthday was celebrated at Kaisers lantern todiy The grand fete was attended by many deputies and a large concourse of people visited Bismarck tod ty A Grain Broker Dies NEW YORK March Daws a prominent grain broker and today after a long illness Snow at St Louis ST Louis March 30 heaviest snow storm of the season set in this morning v continues at a late hour Eight inches have fallen and street car travel is greatly impeded MONTREAL March Dispatch Francisco Chronicle day afternoon a man went into bhe Villa Mario Bank grabbed a handful of bills from a gentleman who was making a de posit and darted off A newsboy jumped on him as lie passed and held him until the arrival of a policeman The man who give his name as Brown and says he belongs in dropped S1000 in his flight and as much more was found on his person A FAUMKR RELIEVED OF HIS LIMA April highway robbery was committed on the public road between Bluflltoh and Columbus Grove lasb nignt Commodore Miller having sold his farm near Rockporb and purchased another near yesterday drove to Columbus Grove whore he had his money deposited drew oub and started home prepared to malco bhe first payment on his farm duo next week While driving along slowly a mile west of Bluilbon he was stopped by a fellow with a masked face who stepped up to his buggy from the side of bhe road and remarked to him that lie wanted to speak to him a at the same time sticking a revolver in Millers face with the demand that he deliver up his 1 About fifty feeb ahead of Miller in tho road was a buggy In which the fellow had sin accomplice Miller seeing the situation handed over bhe roll Ihis ciici nob satisfy bhe highwayman for he de manded S50 that he knew Miller from bho sale of some hogs This was brought forth from another pocket and burned into the new found treasury The robber then deliberately notified his victim to diive on ncibher looking to tho nor left and that if he raised his voice they would kill him Miller suited his actions to the word bhe buggy ahead pulling out to let him pass Bub little ot the known until this morning Miller was excited nearly oub of his mind over his Joss being in such condition that he could scarcely tell the story Ihero is no clue to tho perpetrators JlAtJLY IN kOVE WITH AN ACTOR MINNEAPOLIS March Haworbh who is playing the title roll in Paul Kauvar at tho Grand Opera House here was shot ab by a woman just as he was entering the passageway leading to the stage entrance about 1 o clock last evening bub tho bullet missed him Ihe woman who was young handsome and well dressed hurried down bhe street after she had fired the shot and mingled with the crowd Haworthsays the woman has fol lowedhim evor since he played in Baltimore ab the opening of the season She has pestered him with letters and coquets He that he has continually refused to see her and has absolutely givenher no encour agement He says she is Insane EYIIAUDS AVANDEBINGS NEW YORK March Leon Soudale and Inspector Emilo Honliex of Paris the secret police who came to New York in search of sailed for home on tne steamer La Champagne yesterday They succeeded in obtaining muchinforma tion regarding the fugitive which may ultimately result in his capture Brigadier Soudale gave a reporter an Interesting account of the wanderings of the murderer after Goulls murder Gabrlelle Bompard and Eyraud fled to England and then to Quebec Then they wont bo ban Francisco meeting a wealthy Frenchman at Vancouver named Garanger Gabrlelle and Garanger ran away from San Francisco together on December 7th and Eyraud pur sued them to Montreal and Philadelphia and came to New York City where he lured a room giving his name as luan Jose Garnga He heard that the couple had gone from Niagara Falls to Halifax to which city he hurried and there learned that they had ijone to Europe Gabrielle gave herself up to the police in Paris Eyraud returned hired a room in South Washington Square and drank absinthe continually He sold that part of her wardrobe Gabrielle had left behind in San Francisco and moved to the Hotel America On February 5th he read that detectives after him and hastily two trunks The French detectives are disposed tobelieve that he has committed suicide which is nob improbable he will next be heard of in South America A TAILOR WITH A GUN NEW YORK March next time a burglar meets quiet un assuming little tailor who has a shop in East Fifteenth will if he Idea of bhe eternal fitness of things take off his hat and drop oub of Marks who sleeps in a small room leading from the southwest corner of his shop heard a noiso in the yard about 4 oclock yesterday morn ing Markss place was broken inbo throe years ago and his entire sbock carried off by has since that time slept witn under his pillow and was quite prepared to make it interesting for any burglar who attempted to repeat the opera Jumping out of bed Marks crawled toward the door leadingto his work the dim rays of a flickering lamp that burned on a table he observed the figure of a man crawling through an open window Marks isnot brave but he man aged to tremulously ask his unwelcome visitor what he wanted The man at the window offered no explana tion Get of here or Ill was Markss next remark The burglar evidently thought Marks was bluffing for ho quietly drew both knees up on the window frame and preparedto drop over into the room As the man raised him self on his hands Marks raisedhis revolver and fired When the smoke cleared away he looked anxiously toward the window but his nocturnal visitor had dropped out of S Thinking that the man had been frightened off and not for a momentdreaming that he had him Marks closed the window and went back to bed that he could notsleep Marks gofe up and went into the yard A few feet from the door he stumbled over the dead body of a man lymg upon the flag stones The man bad a bullet hole over his left ear and his head resbed in a pool of coagulated blood AMERICAN THIEVES IN LONDON LONDON March welldressed American thieves yesterday seared a bag at Coutts Bank containing in checks bank notes and gold They were pursued and caught after a short run but refused to give their names or what pare of the United States they came from THE ARCHER EMBEZZLEMENT AKNAPOLIS March condi tion of the affairs of State Treasurer Archer seems to be growing more comphcatedc and it is thought now that the shortage will not fall below half a million Archer if is learned has a great number of private debts it is asserted that number of trust estates that were in his care have been out c A BIO HORN JIYSTERY The Numerous Allegations Against a Chicago Board of Tratlc Man CHICAGO March TiUftUNJS Dispatch Francisco Chronicle A sensa tional divorce suit has been begun in tho Circuit Court The defendant is lloswell A Peters a wealthy partner in the firm of John T Lester and known on the Board of Trade as somewhat of a flyer His wife Marion E leters charges him with couple wero married In Brooklyn in ISSfi tho brides parents being wealthy and prominent society people Shortly after their marriage Mrs Peters received as a present an expensive case Itwas accidLMit ally broken and when Mr Peters heard of it his alleges her husband cursed her and used the most profane and foul Ian EUROPE Gladstones Reasons for Opposing the Balfour Laud Bill ENGLANDS RULERS ARE ALL ABROAD The Premier and Prince of AVates in Foreign Tho French People Castelars Opinion of the Kaiser Shortly after this it is also said that Peters cursed his wifo on the presentation of bills It is said that Peters taunted her with tho statement that her wedding trous seau was cheap md devised and that her parents ought to be ashamed of it although it cost During their entire married life IT is claimed by Mrs that her husband did not giveher Stf0 worth of wearing fcpparel and that sho had to depend on her parents her tliat she ate like a Ho said thai for Peters says her husband told her voice was coarse and vulgar twitted her continually with being a poor musician For three years she complains ho has boon coming homo late at night intoxicated She also says that he frequently pinched her and on several occasions struck her Although Mrs Peters is young and fond of amuse meub the last time her husband took her out anywhere was to tho dog show in April Mrs Peters is tho brokers second wife and lie frequently speaks of his former com paniou as a model PORTENTOUS EVENTS IN RUSSIA RUMORS OF AN IMPENDING NIJTI REVOLUTION Incendiary Pamphlets Scattered Broad cast Throughout Suppression of All Foreign Dispatches Developments IooIcod lor LONDON March New York Times correspondent In Russia all at onco n concocted movement has risen to the sur face in different parts of tho Empire which creates wild excitement in the little colony of exiles here and vague unrest throughout What this something is wo cannot tell because no telegrams have got through from Russia for the last two days save a colorless office dispatch about a students uprising About six weeks ago I mentioned in these dispatches as having been bold Russian exiles here that events of notewere soon to occur Thus far they themselves are in the dark as to what is happening bub it is evi dent that the students in Moscow Kiev and St Petersburg indulged in simultaneous demonstrations and it is well known that this is always a signal other things It is boo much to hope that a gen uino revo lution can bo the outcome but tho nihilists have been gathering strength for a long time to launch forth an imitation of one and apparently we are now in the prelim inary stages For weeks back there has been a concerted distribution of patriotic handbills pamphlets and proclamations all over Knssia scattered in bundles in the churches theaters hotels and barracks by unseen hands and utterly defying the ef forts of the police to prevent their dissemi nation It is clear enough that the recent circulation of a large number of detailed and voluminous accounts of Siberian out races among the foreign press is part of tho same plan Ib is needless to say that every body will wait with sympathetic eagerness to see what is brought forth THE SAY No DENVER Colo Mah 30 Associ ated December ice body More Bodies Work of Belief LOUISVILLE March began falling this afternoon melting as fast as ib fell and having the effect of rain All tho afternoon and even ing men were busy trying to protect the property exposed They were particularly active at tho tobacco ware houses and the danger is greatly lessened It is thought however that a loss of nearly sustained by the wet No bodies1 are reported taken oub any where today Funeral processions followed each other in rapid successiontoday and some of the scenes were impressive Masses were said at the Catholic churches and ser mons were preached sit the Protestant Offers of help continue to come in and lib eral contributions from home and outside are being received THE WORK OF RBLlKli1 Miss Clara Barton president of the Amer ican White Cross Association arrived iu the city of her assistants In an interview tonight she says that she finds the relief work so thoroughly organ and proceeding so efficiently that there is no need of her services here She addd that she has never known efforts of relief better directed Miss Barton and corps j of assistantswill direct their attcniion to i other stormstricken points in this Stale and Tennessee A great number of strangers are in the city from outside parts many who had friends here coming to see about them The devastated district was thronged today with sightseers and presented a dreary Gangs of men working hard temporary roofs over partly de molished and replacing fronts in sbores to secure the stocks against danger from further storms No more mishaps have been reported to day and it is believed the total killed has been made The injured are receiv ing every attention and no deaths have oc curred today though the condition of some is extremely critical The water is running very low and every effort is being made to complete th e tern porary pipe and ib will be finished Wednesday but before that time probably c by tomorrow night the city will be without water except that received for fire depart ment work General Milioy Dead Wash March 30 Rob ert H Milroy died yesterday of heart fail ure V Jefferson It may have been noticed that the wjdow of Jeffxrson Davis smco his death signs her name V Jefferson Davis Many persons doubtless sup pose she has added the name Jefferson to ner Christian name Varina But this is not tho proper explanation JV is the abbreviation of veuve the Trench for w idow arid it isHhe custom in Louisiana and perhaps m other parts of thp South for widows to place that letter before the Christian jjiames of their deceased husbands V Jefferson Davis simply means the widow of Jefferson Davis Lennox March dispatch San Francisco Chronicle to the Now York Ireland continues to monopolize what visible activity thero is in British politics and despite a slight reverse in the byo election result up in the Duke of Argyles borough the trend of events is ob viously toward the the Gladstonians An other Unionist has come back in tho ranks This time it is Lord Ribblesdalo who is a young peer of considerable influence iu tho House of Lords I learn that In a few weeks there will bo a much more formidable accession of Union ist members in the Commons than has yet occurred led by Caine and Courtney It Is due to a knowledge of this that all talk of dissolution has suddenly died away Tht present mood of the ministry is to haug on until the last possible moment A lot of Tories now threaten to vote against Balfours Irish Land bill which is realy an imitation of tho mirehase measure that Mr Gladstone unwisely linked with his Homo Rule bill in 1SS6 The only ditlerenco is that it involves instead of The Liberals oppose it now on tho ground that any such employment of English money would be a dishonest waste so long as the policy of coercion is kept up because It would settle nothing in Ireland and would help nobody but the Irish land lord Discussion on the measure has hardly taken shape yet but there are possibilities that the Government will be beaten unless they accept numerous vital amendments The chances of this are much increased by a resumption of the wantonly brutal evic tions in Donegal and tho concurrent out break of grotesque idiocy judges and resident magistrates England however gets alongvery well despite the fact that the Queen is in tho south of France the Prince of Wales in Germany and the Premier away oft the Riviera This is said to be something that lias never occured before in English history at least since Parliamentary Government was invented hut business is usual and the stock market is than before GLADSTONESPOSITION ON BALFOXJRS BILL ThOMfltZ and Express correspond ent cables The Irish Laud Purchase bill was printed and distributed yesterday but the meeting of the Liberal party for the purpose offormu v definite fline of opposition be after the Easter holidays The objections which have been offered to Balfours bill up to tho present show that there is considerable diversity of opinion among the various secblonsof the opposition the Liberals Radicals and Parnellites taking quite different views of Ibs An endeavor to bring them into line is ex tremely necessary if any united efficient movement ugalnstthe motion is bo be made Gladstone has already been taxed with the charge that ho and his colleagues aro pledged by the avowed principle of their own bill which was offered in 1886 to the principle of Balfours bill He has promptly replied that the that the country by an expression of opinion ab the polls in the ceneral election of that year condemned the use of British credit for Irish land pur chases exonerates hiro from any inconsis tency In declining 1o repeat or to en courage a repetition by tho Conservative Government of Hbe offer which be then made Upon Jthis ground the will of tho people on the question of political finance he will opposition to tho present measure Tho Radicals are angry with Gladstone on account of a speech which be made last Monday because iie said that the question of homo rule for Ireland must take prece dence to all the other important measures which still require attention They con tinue to insist that their smaller which concern themselves more nearly shall come before the more general question of home rule THE FRENCH PEOPLE INCENSED Several Parisian journals have been re quested to moderate their tone in speaking of the Prince of Wales and of England by President Carnot The ostentatious recep tion of the heir bo the throne of Great Britain and his son in Berlin and especially the Kaisers speech at the banquet in honor of his uncle have exasperated a 11 classes beyond measure and many bitter articles concerning them have appeared in papers of all shades of opinion The Prince lias never liked Berlin and has always spoken disparagingly of it and so far as he deemed it desirable of Its customs nnd people On the otherhand lie knows Parislike a native and alwaysthoronghly enjoyed himself there He lias been his own nnster and the Parisians have always looked upon him as one of themselves and why hobnobbing with the German this listening complacently to the latter s sinUuiant remarks coupling the Brxtish itavy with the German amiy Interests of tlio preservation of It is generally agreed upon that this and unexpected affiliation is an of the perfidious and pathetic appeals are madeto people not to suffer themselvesto be drawrn into an entangling alliance with Germany by this seem in fact that some understanding at present existing betweenthe two and if this proves to beso it willgo far to prolonging the existence of the present Cabinet The dread of war is so greafeambng the financiers and minor differences will be forgotten in a desire avoid a strife which whatever results could but perpetual hatred and involve a remodeling of the maj of Europe Vr STRENGTHENING THE FRENCH PARIS March accordance recent decision of the Superior War the troops on the v Northwestern frontier of France are being largely rein forced and the forts are being all aloug the line The fortress at Toul been the chief place darmca It estimated that the whole force on the frontier of the country may therefore be re gai ded as safe from attack iiithe event of A disturbance of the peaceful relations Germany CASTEIjAR ON THE KAI3EB I MADRID April to the New York Woj Zd We must go back to the time of theBoman Empire for A parallel xm y throne to the or plainly the mad and willful caprices J fested by German Emperor In his recent socialistic action Monarchs it all times moe in trie orbits Ho who to assert that the of monarchy would one service of socialism wpu contemptuous nia ble fact TheGeTi himself a i ;