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MARCH 12th, '87,
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FRIDAY. MAR. 11. 1887.
A rcmrrknblc feature of tho dis
patches ami discussions of tho last
two weeks on tho prospects of var
Is the conspicuous position assigned
therein to Gen. Iloulaiigcr. It was
ono of tho Merlin papers w hlch called
lilm a second Bonaparte, and tho
wliolo of Europe took tho hint. Tho
question is every whci e asked whether
ho is really to bo tho second Napo
leon. If lie lias any love ot news
paper notoriety ho is certainly being
gratified to the fullest extent.
Biographies of him appear in every
sheet. The Times this v eek gave a
wliolo column to an analysis of his
character. Ills portrait, too, is be
coming as common as that of Bis
marck. I havo received a letter
from a gentleman in Paris who has
closo personal acquaintance with
Gen. Boulangcr. He says that lie
is not a Bonaparto in the Bcnso that
he wants to bo Emperor, for he is
far too much of a Radical. But he
is vain, is fond of authority, and
might di if t into a dictatoiship. lie
is thoroughly democratic, belonging
to tho school of Clcmencean, and
tho latter is not only his relative,
but also on most intimate terms with
him, and thoioughly in accord, hav
ing been warm personal fiicnds from
childhood. Boulangcr, he asserts,
is onnoscd to coinc to war with
Germany at present, and would not
do so except in the direst extremity.
But this is a purely precautionary
sentiment. Ho loves his country,
loves the French people, is proud of
the Trench army, for which he has
already done so much, and his secret
and burning ambition is to meet
Germany at a moment when Franco
will have a fair chance of success.
Ho docs not think the hour for
action has arrived, nnd is willing to
make almost an- sacrifice in order
to be allowed to perfect the organ
ization and equipment of the French
army. Ho is just in the prime of
life and know b that Emperor William,
Bismarck, nnd Moltke must boon
pass off tho stage of notion. Off
with tho old and on with tho new!
It will then be France's day and
tho proper time to strike. The
question arises as to whether Ger
many will allow France and Gcneial
Boulangcr to go on pieparing for the
,vovcted opportunity. Fans Cor.
New Yoik World.
" PRUSSIAN POLITICS.
Berlin, February 2Gth. After n
slioit debnto in tho Lower House,
tho Prussian dictpnssed tho second
reading of the estimates, approving
the budget bills without division.
The bill enlarging the power of local
authorities in fixing tho payment
toward the maintenance of public
schools was referred to the Commit
tee of Twenty-one.
Tho papers continue to discuss
the possible combinations of parties
resulting in the formation of a
majority strong enough to oppose
the Chancellor. Among tho possible
groupings, tho old Conseiyativcs,
never closo supporters of Uisinarck,
may unite with the Clericals, thus
making a majority composed of tho
Krcuz Zeitung party, tho Center and
tho Particulnrists. It is rcpoitcd
that the old Conservative leaders
have already made overtures to the
Center with the view of having the
two parties net together in the event
of Hcrr Benningeons attempting to
carry out his design of overthi ow
ing Minister Puttkamcr. It is im
possible to predict the attitudo of
the Centre. If the tono of their
organ, Germania, bo takon os nn
indication, they are ready to con
tinue the struggle against Bismarck.
Germany is opposed to the new
Church bill as insufficient to meet
tho demand of the Catholics. But
no combination can deprive the Gov
ernment of au absolute majority for
tho Scptcnnato and most other pur
poses. Tho Hfoith German Gazette
returns to the attack of tho Centre
by claiming that the party no longer
represents the Vatican's policy. The
Gazette refers to the Pope's third
communication to the Centre, and
says it was not contained in a letter,
but in a telegram addressed to the
Nuncio nt Munich again sttongly
imnrnoaiiifV imnn turn tlio iinnnaatrtr
lUimVMIHJj MjfWM ...... vMf hw.j.j.wj.
oi urging iiiu veniru iu usu inuiu.
utmost efforts to secure tho passage
of the Scptcnnato. 'To what ex
tent," adds tho Gazette, "thelenders
of tho Centro acted in comploto op
position to tho Papal mandate lias
been shown in tho elections. It is
expected that another Papal mani
festo will bo issued, appealing to the
Catholics to refrain from voting at
tho test ballots for Socialists. In
sixty districts in which new elections
will bo held there nro eighteen
Socialist candidates, twenty-eight
Now German Liberals, ten Con
trasts, three Poles, two Guclphs,
ono Volkspartce, fourteen Conserva
tives, ton Relchspartcc and fifty-six
Tho supporteis of tho Scptcnnato
nrc hopeful of carrying twenty-five
seats, even against tho coalition of
of their opponents. Richtor's ml
vico to the now German Liberals, to
voto for the Socialists against tho
National Liberals, has not been well
received. For instanco, in Magdcn
burg tho new German Liberals say
they will voto for tho National
Liberals' candidate against tho So
cialists. Tlio Upper IIouso Commis
sion on tho Church bill reports
that next week it is expected tho
measure will pass without prolonged
debate, although tho Clerical organs
do not accept tlio bill as a complete
measure. Tho attitude of tho Catho
lic members is not aggressive, but
lather passively content, tho project
being regarded ns the outcome of nn
luiangcincnt between Bismaick and
the Vatican, embracing further con
cessions. iLlll -J.-J iJ
London, March 1st. In the
House of Commons to-night George
Howell, member for Bcthnal Green,
nn advanced Liberal, asked the Gov
ernment to assent to tho appoint
ment of n committee to inquiro into
the corrupt expenditures by tho
Corporation of London on bogus
meetings, the audiences nt which
were hired to be present for the
purposo of defeating the bill for the
rcfoi m of the London local govern
ment. Howell said he had seen
ilnnuincnta which moved that mem
bers of the corporation had diverted
20,000 of public moneys in an
effort to defeat the measure before
Gladstone declared that the mat
ter was of the greatest Importance,
nnd that an Inquiry must be granted
in order to prove hcthcr or not tho
greatest corporation in tho country
had misused its trust and adopted
illegal methods to pervert public
opinion or control legislative action.
Smith, First Loul of tlio Treasury,
without admitting the truth of tho
statement, assented to the appoint
ment of the committee of inquiry.
The Government was loath to
consent to the demands of the Radi
cals in the IIouso of Commons for a
committee to inquire into the charge
that the London Corporation was
using public moneys in sham agita
tions against reform, but it did not
dare to refuse an investigation. Tho
sittings of the committee will be
public. It is claimed there aro
abundant proofs that public moneys
have been used in getting up bogus
meetings and petitions, and it is as
serted that in the Coiporation ac
counts sums have been put down as
having been given to persons who
havo in rc.iliy no existence. The
evidence, it is said, docs not incri
minate the higher members of tho
Corporation as individuals, although
it shows they assented to this loose
general application of the city's
The Irish Conservative members
of Parliament at a conference to-day
determined to agitate in favor of sus
pending the debate on the procedure
rules and procooding to a discussion
of cccicive measures for Ireland.
Parncll complained that tho Irish
were unfairly- treated, and lie attri
buted tho Government's action to
the influence of Goschcn.
Hcaly objected to confiding in a
Speaker in whose election tho
Parnellitcs had no voice.
Gladstone supported Molloy's
amendment, but it was rejected
241 to ISO. Gladstone, Childers,
Ilarcourt, Morlcy and other Libe
rals voted with the Parnellitcs.
Smitli gave notice that to-morrow
the Government would move an
amendment to the effect that "any
Member may move to apply the
cloture, and uuless it shall appear
to the Speaker that the motion is an
abuse of the rules of the House, or
an infringement of the rights of the
minority, the question shall be put
l'arnell, on the ground that mem
bcis fleio uot given sulllcient time
to consider this entirely new propo
sal, moved that tho introduction of
the amendment be postponed till
Friday. Sir William Vernon Bar
court supported the motion, but it
was rcjectcd243 to 110.
EXTREMES OF CITY LIFE.
Is city life favorable to women?
In some respects yes, in others most
certainly no. The head of the gieat
dry goods firms was asked tho other
day if lie could give any idea of the
yearly aggregate of tho bills of his
heaviest customers. Twcnty-flvc
thousand dollars, ho said, one woman
had spent with him within a twelve
month, and seveial others had grown
poorer to tho extent of 820,000 or
$15,000. Thirty thousand dollars
is not unheard of as the price of tlio
dress nnd toilet equipments of an
extravagant city's extravagant
dames, At the 'other end of tho
ncial scale tho unwomanly employ
ments of tho very poor aro beforo
the eyes daily. The poorest woman
of a great city are seen raking in tho
ash barrels for bits of coal, bags of
fuel slung upon their backs ; women
balancing heavy planks and broken
wood on their heads, pilfered from
houses in process of erection ; women
bent in anxiety over tho offal buc
kets for stray moiscls to eat and
women on tho snanty farms in sum
mer doing as heavy out of door
drudgery as under any phase of the
Old World civilization on which wo
suppose v e havo improved. Phila
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Australia June 1
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