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TWENTYFIRST ER KTOIEIU 270 SAT TATTTC CITY UTAH SATURDAY JUNE 13 1891 PRICE FIV CENTSgE
AMDRDSRODS TRAMP
One Shoots Brakeman John H
4 Dillon Dead
1 THE MURDERER KILLED IN TURN
The Remains of a Man who was Probably
Assassinated Found The Methodist Con
ference Drops Sara SmalL
GREELET Colo June 12Special tele
gram t Tnn HE1uLD1As a freight train
was pulling out of Easton six mites north
of this city at 1150 oclock this morning
Brakeman John H Dillon attempted t
put a tramp off the train The latter drew
n revolver and fired four times one shot
passing directly through Dillons heart
The other brakeman E P Martingley
stopped the train and securing a revolver
started after the tramp Overtaking him
he called to the tramp to throw down his
pun and for answer the latter made a rush
hn
at him Mattingley then fired three shots
one passing clear through the latters body
killing him instantly Dillon was a young
man of about thirtylive and had been out
I recently married The tramps name could
I not be ascertained
The Remains of I Jlsn Found
COAL CREEK Colo June 12Specinl
telegram t THE HERALD Tho partially
decomposed body of a German was found
about two and a half miles from here this
afternoonFrom papers on his body ho is
supposed t have been Claude Niebuhr who
has been bartend in Janke Ewings sa
loon San Francisco Tbo indications aro
that he was enticed to that point and then
I murdered and robbed His clothes and ap
pearance wore those of a welltodo man
Sam Smalls Career Ended
DENVER Colo Juno 12Spccial tele
gram to THE HERALD When Sam Smalls
character was brought before the Metho i
dist conference today the charge was I
brought forward that bo had been unfortu
nate in his collections in the cast for the
benefit of tho Utah university Dr huff
of Utah called in t pass judgment on the
gentleman said ho had no charge to make
Dean Peck immediatelyXsuggested that he
be dropped before any mere were brought
He was accordingly dropped from them
conference He was ctaken in a year ago
on trial I
An Ogden Prize Fight
OGDEN Utah June 1Specia1 tele
gram to THE HERALD J Pat McHugh of
W Wisconsin and George Morrison of Og
T den had a glove contest in the Union opera
house last night for 300 Seven rounds
were fought Morrison was declared the
winner I was a genuine contest and no
fake about it
Corporations not to be Sureties
WASHINGTON June 12The secretary o f
the treasury has amended the general reg
I ulations relative t the execution of bonds
so as to provide that corporations other
than trust companies can in no event be ac
cepted as surety
Morris Park Races I
MORRIS PARKN Y June 12The track
a fast Mile Chatham won Flavilla
second Hypatia third Time 141J <
Mile and onesixteenth Drizzle won
Banquet second Lynn third Time 147
Six furon sFit James won Kitty
Van second LIntriguante third Time
7 110Five
Five furlongsAnnie Queen won Enid
second Fauvette third ime5
Six furlongsHis Highness won Mars
second Othmar tnird Time 112
Six furlongs Meriden won Zelavid
second Blackburn third Time 111
Six furlongs Arab won So Ho second
Torchlight third Time 111J
I
Chicago Races
CHICAGO Juno 12Six furloncs Julia
Sax won Tom Roach second Bankrupt
third Time 117
One mile Marie V won G WJCook sec
ond Bankrupt third Timt 144 >
One mile Laura Davidson won Red
Lieht second Blue Line third Time 145
Seven lurlongs Helter Skelter won
A Hagan secondLaBold third Time 130K
One mile Kenouncewon Newcastle sec
ond Ira E Brido third Time 14S >
St Louis
ST Louis June 12The track was slow
Mile and onesixteenthEmma J won
Texas Girl second Regardless third Time I
l57Ji
Five furlongs Ceverton won Willow
brook second Tom Hardin third Time
j 1 0
1OGMile and a quarter Forerunner won
Michael second Ethel Gray third Time
217
217Mile
Mile Elkins won Bob Forsythe second
Topgallant third Timo 14S
Mile and threeeighths Gen darme won
Alphonso second Glockner third Time
< 2
225Mile and onesixteenth Bonnie Annie
won Ed Hopper second First Lap third
Time 155 I
Baseball
NATIONAL LEAGUE NEW TORK
Now York 9 Chicago 6 Batteries
Rusie Buckley Hutchinson Kittridge
BOSTON
Boston 5 Pittsburg 4 Batteries
Nichols Ganzell Baldwin Mack
S BROOKLYN
Brooklyn 7 Cincinnati 2 Batteries
Caruthers Kinslow Clark Redbourno
PHILADELPHIA
Philadelphia 5 Cleveland G Batteries
Esper Clements Viau Zimmer
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION BALTIMORE
Rnltimnrn fit Rnstnn L
WASHINGTON
ings Washington G Athletic 3 eleven Inn
LOUISVILLE
Louisville 7 St Louis 9
CINCINNATI
Cincinnati 0 Columbus 3
WZSTEBN LEAGUE SIOUX CITTV
Sioux City 1 81 Paul 0
MINNEAPOLIS
Minneapolis 1 Milwaukee 9
The KingPoston Murder Case II
MEMPHIS June 12Tho antemortem
declaration of David Poston was read this
morning in the ciminal crourt before
which Colonel King i on trial for Postons
murder I it poston said King walked up
t him called him a scurrilous name and
fired immediately Colonel King then took
the std and told a different story He
Myc he met Poston and asked him t with
draw the charges made against him King
1 and bis wife in the cross bill in thefamous
f lgPiow cue He refused and King
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co
o t
denounced him as a scoundrel Poston then
called King vile names and witness as
serted put his band behind his overcoat
and witness thinning he had a pistol drew
his own and fired The cross bill in the
KingPillow case was then read and King
said the whole thing was a tissue of frlse
hoods The divorce bill which was never
fed was also introduced It professed to
be a copy of a bill writeen by King setting
forth that his married life was unhappy
and ho had arranged for a marriage with
Mrs Pillow in the event of a divorce being
obtained King entered a denial of this
London and Liverpool Clothing Co Fails
NEW YORK June 12The London and
Liverpool Clothing Company SO and S
Bowery and Mack Co clothing 407
Broadway failed today Both concerns
were owned by the same parties Isadore
Rosenheim and Isaac S Mack The firm
claimed a capital of about 100000 and car
ried a large stock Mack does not think
I the liabilities will exceed 250000 t 275
10 He could not give a definite idea of
I the assets yet
Another Bardsley Case Arrest
PHILADELPHIA Juno 12Another arrest
was made this afternoon in connection with
the treasury scandaL H H Yard a for I
mer partner of President Lucas deceased
of the Keystone bank in seaside specula
I
tions was captured Trenton N J where
ho is being held to await requisition papers
Yard was a real estate promoter and closely I
connected with Presdent Marsh of tho
Keystone bank He loft the city a few days
after Marsh disappeared The warrant
upon which Yard was arrested was issued I
oil the charge of conspiracy with exTreas j
I urer taxes Bardsley in stealing city and state I
The Canadian Premiership
OTTOWA Ont June 12The Associated
Press is authorized to state that an official
announcement with regard t the premier
ship will be made some time tomorrow I
j is believed Sir John Thompson has been
I called upon to form a ministry
The London Omnibus Strike Ended
LONDON June 12The men employed in
all the omnibus yards resolved to accept
the employers offer of twelve hours work
per day and a slight increase of wages The
morning omnibus traffic will be resumed tomorrow
Buckeley Denies He Will Resign
HARTFORD Conn Jure 12 Governor
Buckeley denies the rumor that he will re
sign and allow LieutenantGovernor Mer
win the Republican candidate for governor
last November is to assume the guberna
torial duties
THE ROYAL COUNTERS
t Ascot Crowd Insults the
Prince of Wales
The Cried Out JIavo You Broneht Your
Counters With Your Others Indulge
in More Offensive Thrusts
Special t THE HERALD Examiner Cable
LONDON June 12Kes reached the city
at a late hour last evening that a disagree
able scene occurred at Ascot races yester
day an unfavorable demonstration to the
Prince of Wales being made An attempt
has been made to hush the matter up and
the newspapers have been solicited from
influential quarters t make no mention of
the fact or at least to minimize the import
ance of the affair
It seems that as the prince va driving
up with part of his noble friends the crowd
in the vicinity composed mostly of well
dressed people but with a sprinkling of the
rougher element hooted and jeered his
royal highness making sarcastic allusion to
tho baccarat scandal Some cried out
Have you brought your counters with
you Others indulged in more offensive
thrusts The aristocratic group around the
prince though apparently too astonished
and startled to be in full possession of their
wits managed to make a counter demon
stration of rather a weak sort in support of
the prince who was himself pale with
anger and who cast furious glances at his
insulters
This is believed to be the first time that
disrespectful demonstration has ever been
made against the Prince of Wales by a
crowd bearing any claim to respectability
and the incident is even more significant
than the lecturing that he has been getting
the past few days from the religious and
secular newspapers
Referring to that portion of the foregoing
which states that This is believed to be
the first time that a disrespectful demon
stration has ever been mudo against the
Prince of Wales bv a crowd be riniranv
claims to respectability not a few will
I remember that in 1S70 when the Prince of
Wales appeared as a witness not to say co
respondent in the Mordaunt divorce case
which was tried in the absence of Lady
llordaunt as her insanity was certified to
by medical experts that he was insulted on
the streets Lady lordaunt had confessed
to her husband Sir Charles Mordaunt
Bart that she had been unfaithful to him I
with Lord Cole Sir Frederick Johnstone
and the Prince of Wales When in the
witness box the prince declared under oath
that there was no foundation for the ladys
statement nevertheless on one occasion
shortly afterwards a he was driving to
the theatre a London crowd greeted him
with cries Ah you who drove Lady
Mordaunt mad 1
Sir William Gordon Cumming writing to
a prominent Nottingham newspaper says
1 am distinctly of the opinion that but for
the gross partiality shown in the summing
I up by the lord chief justice the case would
have gone very differently The costs in
Sir William Gordon Cummings case
amount in round numbers t something
more than 7000 There is a rumor cur
rent in the city that Lord Coventry has
handed in his formal resignation as master
of the Buck Hounds to Lord Salisbury in
consequence of the feeling which has
shown itself against him in connection
with his part in the baccarat scandaL
The Prince of Wales la Stung
LONDON Juno 12The Southern Bap
tist association has passed a resolution
condemning the Prince of Wales for tho
part ho took in the baccarat scandaL
It is understood the prince is keenly
stung at the adverse press criticisms which
have been showered upon him from all
quarters The war office authorities ale
holding frequent conferences and discussing
the acton to be taken in consequence of the
verdict given against Sir William Gordon
gven The Duke of Cambridge com
manderinchief yesterday summoned Gen
eral Williams and Colonel Stacy com
mander of tho Fuaileer guards Cummings I
regiment t the horse guards where these I
to officers had a long interview with the
duke Sir William Gordon Cumming an
nounced ho was willing t meet the charge
of playing an illegal game
In the commons Monday next Stanhope
secretary of state for war will be ques
tioned as to what action be intends to take
in regard to the three officers the Princo
of Wales General Williams and Lieutenant
Berkley Levett of the Scotts Fusileer
guards who signed a document which prc
jcally allowed Cumming to remain an
officer of the British army although be was I
believed t have cheated at cards and a to
what action he intends t tako in regard to I
the same officers for having broken the
army regulations requiring that such a case
a that at Tranby Croft should be brought
I t the notice of commanding officer
THE BARDSLEY CASE
Each Day His Rascality Becomes
More Apparent
PATTISONS NOMINEE SUSTAINED
The Supreme Court Decides the Governor Has
the Power to Appoint Philadel
phs City Treasurer
PUILADEIFHJA June 12he deeper the
experts probe into the affairs of exCity
Treasurer Bardsley the more apparent his
rascalities become and enormous sums
which he made away with ara daily added
to Yesterday the accountants regorted a
great discrepancy in Bardsleys accounts
with the state and today presented Mayor
Stuart with a statement showing that
6420000 of the state appropriation for
public school purposes for the year ending
Juno 3 together with a balance of 0
I from the previous year making a total of
445000 had been misappropriated by
Bardsloy to his own uses Tno state treas
r urer showed that i20O notod above was
paid Bardsley December 31 I is sur
mised he used part of this vast sum to take
up bad checks of the Keystone bank for
200000 that he was carrying as cash
Paulsons Treasurer Sustained
PHILADELPHIA June 12The supreme
court decided this morning tho city council
did not have the right to select a successor
to City Treasurer Bardsloy The appoint
ment of Wright by Governor Paulson is
therefore sustained
In a lengthy opinion the chief justice
says It is sufficient to say that for the
purpose of this case we must regard the
office designated as city treasurer as a
county and not a city office The treasurer
b whatever name he be called is u county
officer and exercises these functions Dis
senting and Mitchell opinions filed by Justices Williams
Marsh Was Paid to Leave
NEW YORK June 12Tbe World prints
this dispatch fron hiladelphia
The details of tfco conference that oc
curred on Saturday night before President
Marshs flight would cast more light on the
mystery that envelops the affairs of the
Keystone bank than anything yet brought
out A largo sum of money was offered to
Marsh and Lawrence to leave the country
The sum mentioned to your correspondent
by his informant was 0000 each and an
assurance of one weeks start on the way
to liberty President March sailed for tho
Barbadoes on the following Wednesday
under an assumed name Lawrence the
assistant cashier declined peremptorily
and he said whatever he had done had been
at the direct command of Lucas and Marsh
and that he had never profited to the ex
tent of one penny by the falstication of the
books of the bank He Wa already under
large bail which was furnished by his
fatherinlaw and ho did not contemplate
leaving his bondsman in the lurch Ho
had decided to face the music and give the
committee in his power
John Bardsley was present at that very
important interview and emplored Marsh
and Lawrence to go away until he could
arrange matters Bardsley never ap
pears to have contemplated flight but fully
expected to have the bank reorganized and
tocome out of his entanglement safely
I
Investigating Banisters Accounts
PHILADELPHIA June 12United States
District Attorney Reed appeared before
the investigating committee of the council
this afternoon and made a personal explana
tion of his course in acting as attorney for
the Keystone bank a a member of the
law firm of Reed PettiL
AuditorGeneral McCamont was the next
witness Rufus E Shapely appeared with
the auditorgeneral and stated he repre
sented the attorneygeneral of the state
Shapely said owing to the prospective liti
gation i between the state and city of Phila
delphia over toe aencit in the state lunds
the auditorgeneral by advice of the at
torneygeneral must refuse to answer any
questions that will be disadvantageous to
the case of tho state but that a statement
of the moneys owing the state by tho city
would be furnished by the auditorgeneral
Tho auditorgeneral then read a statement
in which it was shown there was still due
the state from license loans and taxes col
lected by Bardsley for the year 1S90 a total
of 515715
State Treasurer Boyer also was calledbut
the same objection to his answering ques
tions a in the case of the auditorgeneral
was made by Shapely
Harry C Jones assistant bank exam
iner testified Comptroller of the Cur
rency Lacey was here on the 13th of Feb
ruary last and was at the Keystone bank
He was shown a sttement of the condition
of the bank including the falsification of
I the ledger padding of New York bank ac
counts and carrying of due bills as assets
ExDirector of Public Works
Publc Wagner I
testified to a conference held between him
self and the officials of the Keystone bank
regarding his acceptance of the presidency
of the bank During the course of bin ex
amination General Wagner was asked what
he knew about the Spring Garden bank
Wagner who before he was approached on
the subject of the presidency of the bank
was a candidate for the receivership of the
janktestified that when he first went t the
bank on the subject of the presidency he said
t Bank Examiner Drew that he understood
bat the receivership had been settled and
it was to be Nelson F Evans president of
the Serin Garden Insurance eomnanv nnd I
a director of the Spring Garden bank I
Wagner also added he understood Wana
maker was backing Evans for the position
In reply Drew said to General V ner
o I think you are mistaken Wana
maker has nothing to do with it Now
that explains something I did not under
stand Assistant Secretary Nettloton is a
great friend of Evans and he is probably
jacking him for tho position It also ex
plains some accounts at the Spring Garden
I did not understand where NetUeton ap
pears as a large borrower
Wagner said he had since looked into the
papers for the name of Assistant Secretary
Settleton a one of the debtors of the
Monday Dank but had not seen it Adjourned until
A Coal Train Wrecked
ALTOONA Pa June 12Early this morn
Ing a coal train on tho Pennsylvania
Northern railroad was wrecked near Bell
wood while coming down tbo mountain
The conductor engineer and brakeman
were crushed to death while the other
train hands were more or less injured I
A Cal OH Tank Explodes
CINCINNATI June 12Early this morn
lag a tank of gaaoline containing 2000 gal
Ions explodod at Wilders station near
Newport Ky The explosion was felt for
a distance of ten miles around Firemen
were sent to the scene to savo the sur
I rounding houses
I International Typographical Union
BOSTON June 12At the international
Typographical union convention today tho
constitution was amended so a t make the
president of the International Typographl
c union a delegate ex officio to the American
Federation of Labor The proposition t
I cooperate with other orgaaUationi I es
c
tablishing labor bureaus and labor lyceums I
was defeated The following were adopted
Employers and printers not working at the
business can remain on the active member
ship list in the direction of subordinate
unions but they shall not be eligible for of
unions fice in the international or subordinate
Confessed to Taking County Money I
GREENFIELD Mass June 12C Mason
Moody for the past fifteen years treasurer
of Franklin county confessed to taking
16000 of the countys money and using it
I in his private business His relatives and
friends here have turned over property
I which age will more than make good the short
Commander Lyon Not Guilty
WASHINGTON June 12The courtmar
tial in the case of Commander Lyon
charged with negligence in stranding the
Triana while on her way to rescue the
crew of the Galena wrecked at Gay Head
found that officer not guilty
The Omaha Bridge Case
OMAHA June 121n the United States
court this morning Attorney Poppleton
finished his presentatian of the case for
plaintiffs in the Rock IslandUnion Pacific
bridge case He was followed by Judge
Dillon general counsel for the Union Pa
cific S
cificDillon
Dillon reviewed the contract between the
roads at length aud pointed out that it
amounted to a lease to the associated Rock
Island and Omaha Republican Valley
road a branch of tie union Pacific par
allel and competing lines Under the state
laws it was illegal for parallel and com
peting lines to lease their roads to each
other or consolidate When the court ad
journed ing at noon Judge Dillon was still talc
ingJud
Judge Dillon resumed his argument at the
afternoon sessiont referring mainly t the
point that the Union Pacific had no power
to make a contract Ho was followed by A
L Williams of Kansas attorney for the
Union Pacific who agreed tho contract was
ultra viriss because a full board of direct
ors and government directors had not ap
proved it I
I Strikers Resume Work
NEW YORK Juno 12About two hun
j I dred striking horse smiths have returned
to work but a large number have been no
tified their employers are not ready to re
sume I all are not at work by Monday
next the strike will be resumed The men
go to work with the understanding that
nine hours will constitute a days work
until January 1 1892 after which the
eighthour rule will prevail
An Odd Outcast
I Experience of an American chained in a I
Russian dungeon A graphic description
by Lieutenant bhuieldt Sea THE SUNDAT
I HERALD
A Waterspout
CIT OF MEXICO June 12A waterspout
at Sonala yesterday cau sed great damage
many streets are flooded The large pier i
was totally washed away Heavy rains
are falling throughout the country j
Captain Wlddicomb Killed in a Runaway I
WASHINGTON June 12 Captain Robert
S Widdicomb formerly chief of the for
eign mails division of the postoffico de
partment was killed today by a horse
runing away and throwing him from the
carriage I
The Czars Present to Stanford University
SAN FRANCISCO June 12The Czar of
Russia has presented Stanford university
with a complete collection of Russian and
Siberian minerals valued at 30000 Mrs
Stanford will in return send the czar a col
lection stones of California minerals and precious
Guatemalan Editors Arrested I
CITT OF MEXICO June lA telegram
from Guatemala states that President Ba
rillas has caused the imprisonment of three
editors of El Popular of Guezaltenango
one of the principal towns In the upper dis
tricts of Guatemala The paper was also
seized It appears they published an arti
cle in the paper to which Barillas took ex
ception The incident caused marked in
dignation and revolutionary talk is stronger
than ever before
De Lesseps Kuows of No Prosecution
PAlS June 12In an interview today
DC Lesseps declared he was not aware any
steps had been taken to prosecute him or
his son or any of the directors of the Pan
ama Canal company He asserts it would
be impossible to take such steps as all his
acts in regard to the Panama canal enter
I prise are legal and abovo board
Handsome Hosiery
Some strange and costly fads in feminine
wear See THE SUNDAY HERALD
Children Burned In 3 Barn
FOSTEUIA 0 June 12Tvo children of
William Stewart playing with matches in
a barn this afternoon set the structure on
are and both of them perished in the
James
The Congo Slave Treaty
WASHINGTON Juno 12A number of in
quiries have been received at the state de
partment from philanthropic organizations
and individuals as to the failure of the
United States to signify its adherence to
the Congo treaty the final ratification of
which must be exchanged before the end
of the month This treaty is an agreement
to suppress the slave trade the sale of
I breechloading firearms and intoxicants in
I the Congo district of equatorial Africa and
nearly all 01 tne great powers nave accepted
it To the inquiries the state department
replied that the subject i still pending in
tho Unite States Senate and the depart
ment does not feel at liberty to discuss the
matter generally but it is proper to say as
the result of recent correspondence that it
is not improbable that the treaty will go
into effect at1he aopointcd time in respect
t all of the signatories except the United I
States and it will be left open to this gov I
ernment to give its adhesion hereafter I
The opponents of the treaty in the last ses
sion of the Senate took their stand upon
several propositions One was that the
approval of the treaty by the United States
would carry with it the recognition of cer
tain French claims to a largo part of Li
beria which recent events show are now
being actively pushed As that country is
regarded as one of our wards we could not
a I
permit such an aggression It is also urged
tho United States could not consistently
with the Monroe doctrine undertake to I
join a plan of dictation respecting the af I
fairs of another continent and again it
would be unwise for the United States to i
give recognition to the present rather broad
claims of European nations to the best por
by tions tho of treaty Africa which are tacitly recognized
The Methodlsti Drop Sam SmalL
DENVER June 12The Colorado confer
ence of the Methodist Episcopal church to
day voted to admit women as lay delegates
to the convention and dropped from mom
bership in its church Rev Sam Small be
I cause of his trouble in connection with the
Methodist university at Ogden Utah
e Point Cadets Graduated
WEST POrT June 12The graduating
class of sixtyfive cadets received their
commission today at the hands of Secretary
Proctor who delivered a address
A PRIESTPHYSICIAN
I Father Mollinger Has not Been
Called to Rome
I
H WORKS MIRACULOUS CURES
Crowds Assembling at Troy Din Awaiting
St Anthonys Feast Some Remarkable
CasesA Sketch of the Fathers Life
Special t THE HERALD examiner Dispatch
PiTTsncRG June 12An afternoon paper
published a report last evening that Rev
Father S G Mollingcr pastor of tho
Church of the Moat Holy Name on Troy
Hill Allegheny has been summoned to
Rome by tho Pope Father Mollinger is
famous the country over for his wonderful
success in healing the sick and even now I
thero are between three and four thousand
cripples and invalids blind people and deaf I
lodging in Troy Hill boarding houses wait
ing to bo taken in hand by the priestly
healer The story that ho had been called
to Rome caused the wildest consternation
among these sufferers as It was said ho
would sail away Monday next leaving them
to their fate The presumption was that I
the Vatican wanted to know all about Father
Mollingers labors a a physician his
methods income and resources The sen
sation was spoiled last night by Father
Mollingor himself He declared the Popo
had not sent for hiin that he had no inten
tion of going to Rome and that his work
would be continued a usuaL When he dis
poses of the thousands now here to be
Healed by him ho will go out of town for
his usual summer rest There aro
rest
now over three thousand invalid
crowded into Troy Hill boarding
houses In anticipation of 8t Anthonys
day Saturday next when the same miracu
lous powers which distinguished St An
thony it is helloed will be given to his dis
ciple Father Molinger The sick in pall
nearly ten thousand will attend high
mass on that eventful morning that they
may receive tie blessing of Father Mol
linger and be cured of their infirmities
Afflicted people arc now coming into the
city by the score They arrive on every
express train entering the city and come at
all hours They have made sucb demands
upon the lines running to Troy Hill that all
night street cars have become a positive
necessity and are in active service between
the ers railroad station and Father Mailing I
ersThe
The railroads are reaping a rich harvest
from the sick people said a Union station
official Every train Is filled with them
and I believe not less than one thousand
people have arrived since Monday morn
ing Last night over ono huudrei came in
on the express from the cast Two hours
later a many more arrived from the west
Another eastern soon arrived with some
more and in fact they came in at all hours
and kept the baggage men a busy a
beavers all night long I have been here
fifteen years and in all my ex
perience in railroading I never
saw anything like it Tnese sick people
come in from all points of the compass and
belong to all classes and conditions of men
Among those I saw this morning was a
family from Halifax Tho mother and
daughter came hero with two sons who are
totally blind The mother seenzed to havo
the greatest faith that the priest could
euro their affliction
A specimen case will servo to illustrate
the cures affected by Father Mollineer
Monday when Mrs Francis Heines arrived
from Waterloo X Y she was wheeled
about in an invalids cbair she could not
walk a step for eleven years her lower
limbs had been useless physicians were
able to afford her no relief and told her she
would never again bo able to walk What
I the disease was they could not determine
Last evening lr Heines unaided
walked moro than a dozen yards and is
assured that with returning strength she I
will fully recover the use of her limbs
Since her arrival at Troy Hill she has at
tended mass each day and patiently await
ed the audience with Father Mollinger
Yesterday her turn arrived She was car
ried by her brother and attendant into tho
presence of the the priestphysician People
standing in the church yard said it was too
bad but even Father Mollinger could do
nothing for one so hopelessly afflicted A
few minutes later an attendant came to the
door and exclaimed Make room for this
lady she is walking out She is cured
People standing about were for an instant
ncredulous Their astonishment turned
to awe as Mrs Heines walked down the
hal down three steps to where her in
valids chair was standing No person
aided her Father Mollinger did not seem
to do anything to me she said ton re
porter The minute I was carried Into
him be said You can walk now you aro
cured And I am Oh praise God And
Mrs Heines began to utter her thanks to
he Lord for her deliverance
A remarkable cure was reported in the
cae of James Duffy who has been unable
to hold anything in either band for several
years Yesterday Father Mollinger gave
him a crucifix to hold and looking him
steadily in tho eyes told him to clutch it
tightly The man obeyed and instantly all
trace of palsy left him n
Mamie Scanlon afflicted with hip
lisease and Mrs J Duffy of Biughamton
N Y suffering from a white swelling left
Wednesday for their homes perfectly
cured Such cures are reported daily as
St Anthonys day approaches Sufferers
from rheumatism and chronic disease pre
dominate among the arrivals
Father Mollinger was born atMoline j
Belgium May 29 1831 His parents were
people of some note his father having been
an officer in the Belgian army where he
made a reputation by his daring and ability J
The son early resolved to devoto his life to
religious work He was placed under the i
of monks of Louvain and
aro won high I i
honors in his classes He emigrated to the I
j I United States in 1S5G and April 3 1859
i was ordained a priest of the diocese of
Erie Pa For six years after his admis
sion to the priesthood Father Mollinger
traveled in the countries of Clarion and
i Jefferson At the end of that time he was
transferred to the Pittsburgdioceso He had
I charge of the rural missions of Perrysville
1 and Wexford for threo years Up to this
time his apparently extraordinary power to I
cure the sick had not been dreamed of by
himself or anyone else Father Mollinger
was called suddenly to Troy Hill mission
It was in poor condition and he set about
building it up Success attended his efforts
and so delighted were ho and his parishion
ers that it was decided to celebrate the
feast of St Anthony of Padua which falls I
+ about the second week in June in rcyal j
i style Curiously enough several sick peo
I ple attended the celebration They asked
for Father Mollingers prayers and they
I were given Father Mollineer also gave
them some medicine and to their happiness
and his gratification they were cured Next
j year after his arrival another feast was
held on St Anthonys day Again came
sick persons and again quite a number were
cured Ever since tho feast of St Anthony
has been observed more especially by the
congregation of the Church of the Most
Holy Name of Jesus With the advancing
years Father Hollingers name has reached
many places and at the last observance of
I St Anthonys day it is estimated shat 2
000 people were present during the day
Half of these had a ailment of some kind
For soveral days after the feast Father
Mollinsrer is under the Inspiring power of
the saint and continues t ofllciafb a a
physician He generally does this until bo
is worn physically when he retires to
his rooms for a week of rest He says his
power is displayed at its best during tho
I week of the feast of St Anthony He be
lieves in the efficacy of prayer and to that
ascribes his success Persons who have
been living in the vicinity for a longtime
estimate he has had at least 50000 patients
since he began his cures It is claimed
that onetenth of these havo gone away
either entirely well or in better health than
they were previous to their visit Father I
Mollingcr is said to be worth half a million
dollars His personal appearance is impos
ing Ho stands nearly six feet in heiRhtis
broad shouldered generously built Ho
weighs over two hundred pounds ho lives
well and on festive occasions docs not ob
ject to wino on tho table The nearer tho
church the further from God was never
more fully exemplified than In the case of
certain attaches of Father Mollingers
church Adolph Hepp is Father Mollingers
amanuensis and interpreter Ho says if
any patient wishes Xo seo Father Mollin
ger he has to tip either himself or his
brother Frank tp We are making piles of
money he continued Patients are so
anxious to see the father that they just
plank down 3 and 1 bills to myself and
my brother I have the say as to who
comes in early or stays out altogether I
guess we clear a couple of hundred a week
Jacob Hoch another attache said today
Money on the patent I dont seo why I
should not have it At the opening of the
season I went Into partnership with John
Hepp brother of Adolph Wo moved
around the crowd and told them we had in
fluence with the doorkeeper At first
money came slowly I but when wo had
helped several in through the window or
side door they became moro liberal Five
and ten dollar bills are now quite common
Father Mollingers neighbors have given
over their entire houses to the cripples and
invalids and at 3 to 5 a day for lodging
and guilt edged for meals they are making I
small fortunes
Thrllllne Scenes at Troy J1III
PITTSUVKO Juno ITho doings of
Father Mollinger the priestphysician have
lately furnished material for many sensa
tional stories The reverened father today
tona stores
day made a statement from tho steps of the
school house He said no preference would
be shown anyone The weak and most
sorely afflicted ones especially women and
infants will be attended to first The
scenes at Troy Hill wore more thrilling
than on previous days At the parochial
school people struggled for a place near one
of the three doors The wonder is that
half a dozen babies borne in their mothers
arms were not severely hurt and only one
woman fainted I
No cures of a miraculous nature were
reported though a number of visitors felt
improved in health after consultation with
the priest Tomorrow is St Anthonys
day and an Immense crowd is expected to
be present Tho church and chapel have
decorated for the occasion
been especially decorard occaion
HAYTIEN AFFAIRS I
The State Department Anxious
for Information
Minister Douglass Asked for More Definite
News ot the Insurrection Request for a
Lease of Mole St Nicholas Refused
NEW YORK Juno 12A Washington
dispatch saysThero is much agitation dis
played at the state and navy departments
over the situation at Hayti Officials are
becoming impatient in the delay in receiv
ing full and accurate reports of tho condi
tion of affairs in the black republic Yes
terday the state department received a let
ter from Minister Douglass supplemental
tohis dispatch of the 2sth of May There I
are few details given The minister merely
reiterated what ho stated n his cablegram
namely that the insurrection did not
amount to much that it was little more
than a street robbery by which ono or two
lives weN lost Notwithstanding Mr
Douglass temperate report tho officials of
the state and navy departments are antici
pating trouble and anxiety to ascertain the
exact situation led the departments to cable
Minister Douglass for full particulars
The question concerning the United States
in Port au Prince is being seriously con
sidered by the government A letter writ
ten by Minister Firmin to the special com
I missioners in reply to their request for a
I lease of Mole St Nicholas was so unfriendly
friendly in tone that serious offense has
been taken in Washington It is under
stood iu their reply to this letter Minister
Douglass and Admiral Gherardl expressed
their dissatisfaction with the settlement of
the affair and left matters in such a condi
tion that the subject can bo taken up again
The Samoans Agitating tjr In
SAN FRANCISCO June 12 Samoan ad I
vices stato considerable agitation is going
agtaton
on among the natives of some of the islands
with a view to unseating Moliatoa and put
I ting Mataaf on the throne The workings
of tbo Berlin treaty are also stated to be a
source of much dissatisfaction among the
islanders
The Sea Waif left Apia May 1 with the I
bodies of twenty American sailors drowned
at the time of the hurricane in March IbaJ
at te
Their remains will be interred at Mare
Island CaL
The Commercial Adcertder of Honolulu
prints a statement that Wilcox and Bash
I leaders in the late Hawaiian insurrection
I are again stirring up the natives and that a
I proposition is afoot to seize the Queen who
is visiting neighboring islands and hold her
captive until she consents to bring about a
modification of the constitution ho a to
shut out whites from any voice in the gov
I ernment and put natives in power
Missionaries in China Attacked
LONDON June Dispatches from
Shanghai announce attacks upon Christian
missions in the interior of China continue
In one case Chinese troops sent to repress
i j the rioters sided with them and made mat
ters still worse At Takatang lady mis
sionaries were compelled to fee for their
1 lives There is great excitement among the
i i Chinese living In the vicinity of Payand
near Kinkians where ladies from Takatang
I had sought refuge About tbo neighoor
I hood of the lake several missions were
I looted and burned
I Cattlemen Ordered Off the Cnerokee Strip
ARKANSAS CIT June 12The Cherokees
I bava ordered out their police and will call
i upon the United States to help them drive
the cattlemen and haymen off the strip
unless they pay 5 cents a ten for hay and
I
I a ta of a dollar u head on cattle
The Omaha tsmuzsled Goods Case
SAN FRANCISCO June 12The collector I
of the port denies having made the state
ment that the smuggled goods
brought to this port by the United
States steamer Omaha were ra
leased from control of tho collector
I upon payment of tho amount of duty by
way of fine Orders have been received
I from the treasury department that the
goods are to be held no fines are to be ac
cepted and that a full report of the facts
relating to the seizure are to be imme
I diately sent to Washington for official in
I vestigation
I Cummings Name Removed From the List
LOXDON June 12The official London
Gazette this evening announces the name of
Sir William Gordon Cumming ha been re
moved from the list of officers in the army
a her majesty ha no further occasion for
I his services
Bndyard Kipling Dying
PITTSHCRG June 12A special from New
Brighton Pa says Private information
has been received to the effect that Rud
yard Kipling the well known young Indian
writer is dying with consumption and has
been taken to Italy
t
s
THE STORM GROWS
Albert Edwards Chances for the
te
Succession Endangered
LETTER FROM EMPEROR WILLIAM
He Writes Queen Victoria Criticising the
Price Life The Middle Classes Condemn
the Heir Apparents Gambling
LONDON June 12 Copyright ISm by
the New York Associated PressJTho
storm rising round tho Prince of Wales Is
fast gaining in intensity endangering his
chances of succession to the throne If not
the existence of the English monarchy
No class appears to be stirred so deeply as
the great middle class the real strength of
the country and hitherto the solid prop of
the monarchy Wherever its voice bo
comes audible its earnest denunciations of
the prince are accompanied by regrets at
his nearness to the throne Representative
gatherings of religious bodies Congrega
tional Methodist Baptist Unitarian and
Presbyterian havo already recorded their
condemnation Boards of guardians are
going out of their accustomed paths to dis
cuss motions branding the gambling pro
pensities of the Prince of Wales as a dis
grace to the country Several Liberal so
cieties have adopted protests against his
continuance in the army Ere long the
growing fierceness of the popular heat
must penetrate to the core of parties caus
ing party action within and without par
liament Radical parties in the commons
are opening an attack on the prince but
they nave been warned that Gladstone re
sents the movements and the leaders of the
opposition will actively show their repug
nance to associating Liberalism with the
agitation as tending to cast discredit on the
crown The Radicals will not be content
with anything less than action by the mili
tary authorities involving some official re
proof of the Prince of Wales General Will
iams and Levitt Conferences have been
hold at the war office attended by
Secretary Stanhope the Duke of
Cambridge the Duke of Cannaught
General Redvers Boiler and Colonel
Stracey and it is reported they have de
cided the Prince ot Wales General Wil
liams and Levitt committed no offense
against military law but only a technical
breach of the regulations Tn reference
to the Earl of Coventry it is reported ho
intimated his readiness to resign the office
01 master er the BUCK Hounds but accept
ance is delayed till the government sees
how Lord Coventrys retirement is likely
to affect the position of the Prince of
Wales Club sentiment naturally sup
ports the prince nor has the scandal les
sened the princes popularity in the turf
set Rumors of his bad reception at Ascot
are a perversion of the facts Court
circles are much exercised over letters
from the German court reflecting the
opinion of Emperor William It Is
believed the Emperor has written the
Queen a long and serious criticism on the
princes life and dilating especially upon
the gambling of officers as a crave offense
to military honor and made worse by the
signing of a paper permitting a colonel ot
the guards convicted of cheatimrpto retain
his commission in the army The Queen
it is said forwarded the letter to the France
of Wales
Sir William Gordon Gumming on re
quest of the of the officials of Forres re
considered his refusal of a public welcome
and the town will make u holiday of the oc
casion
Several Tory members of parliament iu
interest of cattle trade aro pressing Chaplin
to refuse American inspectors the privilege
of supervising the decisions of British offi
cials inspecting imported cattle Dr Sal
mons unreserved acceptance of recent
diagnosis by American officials conflicting
with British inspectors led to the outcry
Chaplin in the meantime finds it politic to
continue the system
Labor Congress at the Worlds Fair
CHICAGO Juno 12The president of the
worlds congress auxiliary is rapidly push
ing to the front a scheme of proposed
Worlds congress to be held in Chicago
during the Worlds Pair and several com
mitties composed of tho most prominent
citizens of this city are actively engaged ia
preparing preliminary addresses stating
the scope of the work in their respective
departments The first of such addresses
was issued today by the general com
mittee on labor congresses It says ample
accommodations will be provided for all
organizations economic associations
and industrial societies which may desire
to hold congresses or conventions of
their own A general labor congress
will be arranged with the cooperation of
the most distinguished students of labor
problems and the most widely known
leaders in the industrial world Among
other topics to be considered by it are
The steps in industrial advance compara
tive study of the conditions of labor con
flicts of labor and capital public economics
as related to labor labor legislation inter
national labor problems and womens labor
This last section will be under the especial
charge of the committee on labor congresses
of the womens branch The committee
believes these proposed congresses may bo
made a most powerful agency for improv
ing the condition of labor and invites the
cordial cooperation and assistance of labor
organizations etc
Union Pacific April Statement
BOSTON June 12The Union Pacific
April statement for the entire system
shows net earnings 5920000 a decrease of
110000 for four months to April 30 The
net earnings showed an increase of 417000
A Pnslllstlc Pair
Those Interested in the next meeting of
I
Kilrain and Slavin will find a most inter
esting article in THE SUNDAT HERALD
Cook County Bends Coupons Forgeries
CHICAGO June 12 Discovery was math
yesterday that two interest coupons of 4
per cent Cook county bonds were dupli
cates of coupons already redeemed It was
at first supposed the numbers had been
duplicated through error but investigation
today showed the coupons are forgeries
How extensively it has been practiced is
not yet known The investigation is being
pushed These bonds have no connection
with the city of Cnicago bonds
Mrs a J Janes Mysteriously Disappears
ST Louis Juno 11Mrs C J Jaynes
wife of the wealthy Chicago turf man has
mysteriously disappeared and it Is feared
has met with foul play She had 5000 or
3000 worth of diamonds In a chamois bag
on her person
The Esmeralda Leaves Panama
PANAMA June 12The Chilian insur
gent boat Esmeralda which reached hero
several days ago from Acapulco and was I
permitted to take a supply of coal from the
stock of the Panama Railroad company
sailed last night southward
Indian Territory AVhlskr Peddlers Killed
GUTHRIE L T Juno 12 Indian scouts
from the Sac and Fox country have arrived
here with the intelligence of the killing in
Indian territory of three white men who
nad been peddling whisky to Indians Thai
names are unknown

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