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Supplement to the Daily Bulletin," Dec. 10, 1890.
LATEST FOREIGN HBW8.
Guneinl Sclivertlroff mt assas
sinated In n I'nrls hotel, by u Polish
Hebrew nnmed Podlewsky, uliu shot
him In the heart with poisoned
The Countess of Rosebiiry died
in London Not. IS). She was tho
(lat)Rlitcr of the first Huron Nathan
iol Meyer du Holhsehlld, und who
Bpcnt much of her two millions
dowry in philanthropic work.
The Paris Soir states that the
Pope will shortly tnako a definite
statement in favor of Cardinal
Lavigerio's policy of tho union of
church and state. The Papal Nuncio
has requested Bishop Freppcl to
CQasc his extreme opposition to tho
HBEUAI. PK1XGII18K TO BELGIUM.
Janscn, a Radical member of tho
ltclgian Legislature, introduced a
bill providing for the extension of
the franchise. This action was a
complete surprise. The Radicals
arc greatly elated, and the workmen,
who intended to inaugurate a gen
eral strike as a part of the universal
suffrage movement, decided to re
main at work. The streets were
thronged with people and the re
jaieing was general. Tho measure's
discussion is favored by the Govern
ment. IRISH land mix.
In tiie House of Commons, Nov.
27, Balfour introduced the Irish
Land bill. lie said the Goern
ment's policy was the bamo as in
1880, but for simplicity the bill had
been cut in half. Both pottiotw,
however, were practically the same
ajp in the bill of 1881). One varia
tion of the present bill from that of
hut year was that it met in sonic de
gree Parnell's viewu in regard to the
privilege of purchase. It excluded
nil purely grazing farms and farms
whose tenants did not reside on
tlem. The limit of the trrenty
yoitrs' purchase objected to the last
wcSsion had been removed.
In regard to increasing the power
of the local authorities, Balfour said
it would lie absurd to leave to the
communities under the incitement of
agitators to determine whether they
abould adopt a remedy going to the
root of agrarian discontent. If they
weie to give local control in any
form it ought to be by plebiscite of
rate payers, enabling them under
safeguaids of the ballot to vote up
on the question of granting a con
tingent portion of the guaranty fund
for each county.
Labouchere moved an amendment
against the pledging of the imperial
credit for the purchase of land until
the country should give consent
at the general election. The amend
ment was rejected. Gladstone,
Harcourt and Morley walked out
before the vote was taken. Parnell
and all Parnelliles voted with the
Government. The bill was then
given the first reading amid cheers
from the Government suppoilers.
When the Parnellites were Hock
ing into the division lobby to vote
on Luboucheie's amendment, there
was a sudden movement, apparently
instigated by Healey, who, with
Sexton and a number of others,
turned back and abstained from
voting, while Parnell, Powers and
thirty others supported the Govern
ment. After the House rose a hur
ried meeting of Nationalists was
called in the conference room. Par
nell was not present and great se
crecy was observed as to what was
THE CHAMPION DEBT.
Pelletin presented before the
budget committee of the French As
sembly a report on the financial situ
ation of France, showing the esti
mated debt of the country to be 80,
800,813,594 francs nominal capital
and 22,824,043,009 francs actual
capital. The nominal rate of inter
eat is 3.48 per cent and the actual
' rate 4 G2 per cent.
"This," continues the report, "is
the largest public debt in the world,
but the French credit is sufficiently
solid to allow French stock to be
reckoned as 3 per cents.
Tho weekly statement of the Bank
of France shows an increase In gold
of 270,000 francs and a decrease in
silver of 1,350,000 francs.
PKOSBLTTISU BT FOllCK.
An imperial ukase has been issued
iff Russia, ordering that no Hebrew
ahall henceforth be permitted to en
ter tho 'Greek Church unless his
wife, children, brothers and parents
do' the same. The ouject is to put
a Btop to the practice by tho He
brews of sacrificing one member of
their family to tho Russian Church,
thus securing a right to earn a live
lihood for all. According to the
new edict, unless all the family be
come Christians they may starve to
gether. As might bo expected, the
conversions lo Christianity are now
frequent. Tho Hebrews are) liotv
cer, prevented from Joining either
the Roman Catholic or Protestant
X SIOIIMT H'.ltlOlt.
A London despatch of Nov. 27
says: Seveio frost and heavy biiow
prt Mill ihioiighout Europe, hi Pa
ris the snow is several Inches deep.
Many railroad lines in Austria and
Southern Russia have partially sus
pended operations because of 'snow
blockades. There Is a heavy snow
storm in the English channel, and a
large steamer is ashore at Folke
stone. From Carlsbad, Germany, tho
same date, damage by floods is re
ported to be enormous. Hundreds
of sheep keepers are ruined. Hun
dreds of thousands of dollars will be
required for public repairs alone.
A terrific storm was raging on the
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