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THE ABQUB, MONDAY, APBIL 5, 1897.
ARXOLtlTEhY CM R IITPPn ' S"Taeeof twadiaatroo. (mnb are the Idnl Lua-I
Mf sad Slt tnr. id. RTERLI50 REIEDI UK, Chkaro. Sostrral. Cu..wNr York. Iil.J
Z. B. Kiutu, Manager.
Sanday Evening, April 4.
COX ISO -THE CILSBRATKD
Crow Comedy Company,
In rcptr'otr of ts latest C:me
ni.s .ad Unmv, inc'ading I w
tBd novel Specialties
O TEDIOUS WAITS : : :
: t : NOT A DULL MINUTE
Every member an irlUt. Enndy
al(ht the CIIBM',
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Fpeci.hls din log ind bctatcs
ADMISSION To mil parts of inn
the house - - IUU
Am Tour Om Uomt a J UiM II Intytrtd.
Insurance and Loans
Boom 4, Mitchell & Lynda b'og.
Bepreaentlna: among other tune
tried and well known Fire Insur
noe Oaapanls the -following:
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BaOale ttermaa " ......
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ntifllo, M 1
, Peoria, III
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..Wow llano, Ooer
Office comer eighteenth street and
Second avenue, aecood door.
J, M, BUFORPy
Fits nad Tlae-trlea
Losses Promptly Paid
an low a nay teUsbl:
r sasroaaio la solid aed.
Clock Cleaiig Time
It here and yon will want
that timepiece cleaned and
pat In shape to that you caa
. be more punctual daring the
coming rear. Oar facilities
lor handling this work are
the beat. We make a special
ffort to do satisfactory work
aad wa seldom fail. ,
Clicks Galled for and DsliTeretl
All 70a need to do is drop
as a postal and your clock
will be called for aad re
. tamed to yoa in good order.
Uoltman, the Jeweler.
Chandler, O. T., has issued an appeal
for immediate help. Money, supplies or
clothing should be sent to Clare Blunt,
trvasuer of the relief committee. Chan
dler, . T.
IX I!. Martin, now general passenger
ajrent of the C. C, C. and St. L.
railway, will take service April 13 with
the Iialtimore and Ohio railroad, with
the title of manager of passenger traffic.
In a bulletin for farmers just issued
by the agricultural department descrip
tion Is given in detail of 87 standard
varieties of fowls and several pro
mln'uuuj varieties which are raised in
Frank H. Pemberlon, a Sydney (Aus
tralia) lawyer, has asked a Xew York
I;gal brother to look up Marie Josephine
Ini?al.-lle, .who eloped with William A.
Alii from Sydney in 18&3 and came to
New York. She has Just fallen heir to
At the last ballot of the Reform club.
London, every candidate bearing a Ger
man name was blackballed as a demon
stration against Emperor 'William.
The farewell banquet to Bayard in
London will take place on May 7 at the
Ili! Cecil, upon which occasion he
will l presented with a gold loving
cup by the American colony.
J. M. Clark and W. I. Johnson, citi
zens 'f Pes Arc, Ark., were drowned
whilu attempting to cross White river
at thut place.
A funnel-hhaped cloud took a brief
dip Into Topi-ka. Kan., and unroofed
three or four buildings where its point
touched the ground. It then rose and
diap. tared. When it was sighted sev
eral thousand citizens tcok refuge in cy
THE PRINCIPAL TEST
Of a Laundry's efficiency seems to
be the way It "does up" a white
shirt, though there are lots of ar
ticles which require mora skill an t
cam. We invito you to compare a
shirt or any other article laundrled
here with those done elsewhere and
place tour patronage accordingly.
We do not fear the test
1724 Third Ave. Phone 1214.
Four out of five who
mental worry, attacks
of " the blues," are but
paying the penalty of
early excesses. Vic
tims, reclaim your
manhood, regain your
Viftor. Don't despair. Head for book with
explanation and poofs. Mailed (sealed) free.
ERIE MEDICAL iA, Buffalo, N. Y.
JOHN YOLK & CO,
ttthmrM at Sua.
11 ta Otis at Wast
Siding. Flooring, Waiasooating
18th street, bet. 4th aad 5th STennea.
White Seal saloon
tRie, Second Awniiri
m M 111,1 1 11 AiDnm
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a . CVV a. ailnw A. A
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Foreign Nations and the Dingley
DIPLOMATS "KEEP TAB" THE&E03T,
Bat Da Not Offer Any Interference in a
Matter of Purely Domestic Legislation
Retaliatory Action Likely In Central
Europe and in Canada South America
Look for Little from the Reciprocity
Feature Interests of Spain and France.
Washington, April 5. The foreigj
embassies and legations in Washington
are watching the progress of the tariff
bill with great care, as it materially
affects all commercial nations. Re
ports are being forwarded to the various
foreign offices, and these in turn are
being made public abroad for the in
formation of concerns shipping geeds
to the United States. Naturally the
feeling among the diplomats is not fa
vorable to the measure, as it will re
strict many of the lines of foreign trade
with this country. Among the repre
sentatives of the larger countries the
expression is general that there will
be a large decrease in Imports, and
that this in turn will be followed by
an increase of duties against American
goods. The represantatlvea of nations
which are most concerned with
reciprocity do not regard the reciprocity
features of the present bill with favor.
Xot Interfering with Onr Business.
Without exception, however, mem
bers of the diplomatic corps are refrain
ing from exerting any iniluence toward
keeping down the duties. The principle
is accepted on all hands that this gov
ernment has the right to frame its tar
iff as it sees fit, and that it is purely
a domestic affair with which foreign
ministers have no risht to concern
themselves. Up to the present time nj
protests have been filed from any sourca,
although it is Eaid certain repiesenta
tiens from the Argentine government
are on the way to the minister here.
The British embassy strictly adheres
to the rule that it has no concern with
internal legislation. A full report on
the bill is beinu made to the Londo.i
foreign office, and the government will
take steps to give the widest publicity
to the measure as a means of Informing
English manufacturei s of the new con
ditions with which they must d-'aL
As to Canada and Germany.
Although Canada is a British colony.
It makes Its own tariff laws, which op
crate against Kngland as well as the
United States. The talk of retaliation
on the part of Canada Is confined to
Dominion quarters, and such retalia
tion, if resorted to, would not require
the approval of the home government.
At tha German embassy no instructions
have been received from the home
government relative to the tariff bill,
and there is no deviation from the view
that the formation of a tariff is entirely
a domestic matter. At the same time
the great strides made by Germany
as an industrial nation give special in
terest to tha present legislation as it will
affect many lines of German goods
coming to this country. '
It is considered likely that a com
mercial warfare will result, which will
lead to an increase of tariff rates in
Germany. As Austria-Hungary is
closely allied with Germany, in com
merce as well as foreign affairs, it is
said that a tariff increase by Germany
would be followed by Austria-Hungary
and otler central European countries.
FRANCE AND LATIN AMERICA.
Bill Is Severe on Johnnie Crapaud All
Are Hit, bat None Protest.
The French officials here are waiting
action on the bill by the senate, regard
ing the present condition of the meas
ure as very Imperfect. They take the
same view as the British and German
officials that there is no ground for
protest, as the tariff is a domestic af
fair. It is felt that the effect of the bill
will he particularly severe on fine wool
en goods and silks coming from France.
Spain's Interest in the bill is due main
ly to the trade between Cuba and the
United States on sugar, tobacco, etc..
Thus far, however, the officials have
been too busy with affairs relating to
the insurrection to give much time to
the tariff. A report on the bill will be
sent to Madrid, mainly for the purpose
of information; for here, too, there is
no purpose to question the rightof every
country to make its tariff as it sees fit.
The South American countries are
most affected by the reciprocity features.
But the ministers from these sections
say that little is expected In the way of
practical reciprocity from the present
measure. Brazil is mainly affected in
its products of coffee, rubber and hides,
and the Argentine republic in its wool
and hides. Press reports from Argen
tina Ftate that representations concern
ing the tariff bill have been forwarded
to the minister here, but up to the pres
ent time they have not been received.
The minister. Dr. Merou, has filed no
protest, and his talks with government
umciais nere have been unofficial.
Is the time when yoa should take a
Spring Medicine to purify your blood.
give yoa good appetite, sound Bleep,
. , , ' ' eraji,
ui-rvca iuu penect Olgestion. ' clubs, to assemble on April 1J and fit
That scrofulous t&int, that skin trou- ! tir.giy celebrate the 154th anniversary
tired feeling, are
all cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla. Give
Oils miui;Mnai m fair mM ,,
tais medicine a fair trial and ou will
realize its positive merit. It is not
what we say, but what the people who
are curea say, wuch proves that
eias. C. L, Hood A Co, Lowell, Mass.
The Japanese authorities feel that
some ot their industries principally
silks, auk handkercbefs. straw matting
and Jute rugs will suffer severely by
the bill. They have made no protest,
however, although the extent of the
mutual trade gradually being built up
between the two countries may lead to
some representations being submitted,
mainly for the purpose of information.
DEFEAT FOR THAT TREATY.
Figures That Give a M'ghty Tear Shaw far
the Work of Olney.
Washington, April 5. The house this
week will meet again Wednesday and
adjourn for three days again unlesj
the president sends in a request for
help for the southern flood sufferers.
The senate will discuss the bankruptcy
bill and the left-over appropriation bills.
if they come in. The Anglo-American
arbitration treaty will be temporarily
tide-tracked. This will be done for sev
eral reasons. The pricipal one given by
Senator Davis, who is in charge of the
treaty, is that a number of senators
w ho have remained in the city in con
stant attendance upon the executive
sessions in the belief that a voto would
be reached are anxious to get away for
a few days. Another reason is found In
the difficulty of arranging for pairs for
absent senators who oppose raii.tcaticn
of the treaty In any shape or form.
Senators present who oppose the treaty
will not consent to fixing a date for the
final vote until they can be assured
that pairs can be secured for their ab
sent colleagues and co-workers at the
rate of two for one. The matter of
pairs is not one for the senate, but for
Individual senators to deal with, and
considerable difficulty has been experi
enced in making the desired arrange
ment. It is also probable that another reason
for this decision is the fact that the
friends of the treaty in the senate desire
an opportunity and want to give the
state department an opportunity to ex
amine the treaty as amended before
proceeding further with it. The ad
vocates of the treaty appreciate that
it has been most radically changed
They have rut it beyond their power
to further amend, even if they should
desire to make the attempt, and now
desire an opportunity to take stock of
what there is left. The friends of the
treaty refuse to make any predictions
as to the result of the final vote when
taken, but some of them admit that
notwithstanding the numerous and
radical amendments there will be suffi
cient opposition to render the result
On the other hand, the opponents
of the treaty assert that an actual poll
of the senate shows that a votv!
today would result against rati
fication in a full senate. Thirty
negative votes will be necessary
Thirty negative votes will be necessary
to defeat the treaty, and the following
named senators are sail to be pledged
to vote against it: Baker, Bate, Berry,
Butler, Chilton, Clay, Cockrell, Dalzell.
Earle, Hansbrough, Harris of Tennessee,-
Harris of Kansas, Heitfeld,
Jones of Arkansas, Jones of Nevada,
Mantle, Mason, Kenney, McEnery.
Mills, Morgan, Penrose, Pettigrew,
Pettus. Quay, Rawllngs, Roach,
Stewart, Teller, Tillman and White.
Others considered doubtful are: Allen.
Eacon, Chandler, Clark. Gorman,
Turner and Wellington.
IX SANGCILLY BREAKS HIS WORD
He May Whistle Herefter for Help from
Washington, April 5. It has come to
the knowledge of the state department
that General Julio Sanguilly is now at
Jacksonville. Fla., and that his followers
have given out the impression that the
general is about to head an expedition
to Cuba. Secretary Sherman was asked
what the United States government
would do in case this impression is well
founded. In reply he said that in the
first place he did not believe Sanguilly
would do any such thing. His reason
for this belief was the fact that he
(Secretary Sherman) held in his posses
sion a written pledge made by Sanguil
ly. in return for the exercise of the good
offices of this government in securing
his release from imprisonment, not to
have any connection in any mannerwith
the Cuban troubles.
The Spanish government also holds a
Fimilar pledge, and in addition Sanguil
ly has promised not to return to Cuba
without its consent. If Sanguilly vio
lated the obligations he had thus as
sumed the department, Sherman said,
would not Interfere further for his pro
tection, no matter what befell him, and
it would have nothing further do with
House Doing Very Little Now.
Washington, April 5. In the house
Saturday Ferry of Arkansas said he
was not piqued because he did not get
the Democratic nomination for speaker,
as had been charged; the senate reso
lution providing for the charter of a
vessel to carry food to the famine suffer
ers of India was adopted after McMillin
had vainly attempted to add to the reso
lution a condemnation of England's pol
icy there. Corliss of Michigan intro
duced a resolution to annual the last ex
tension of the civil service rules made
by Cleveland, and Mahany of New York
a resolution to ask Spain not to shoot
Rivera. Adjourned to Wednesday.
Cj11 on Democrats to Meet.
Washington, April 6. Senator Jones,
of Arkansas, chairman of the Demo
cratic national committee. Saturday is
sued an address urging Democrats all
! over the country to act upon the ap
pcal of Chauncey F. Black, president of
the jj2tional Association of Democratic
Mo tna 1: A-i of the birtn or inomas jenerson. m
uie, mat uyer Oil- tnere has never p,, a thne more
ficulty,that bilious fitting for such a celebration and warm
tendency, that ly approves of the plan.
j IUU to Brpeal Civil Service Reform.
Washington. April 6. A bill to amend
the civil service law has been intro-
duce1 by Zenori of Indiana, the gist cf
which is that it permits preference to be
siven to members of any political party
within the discretion of the appointing
Dubaqne rhyslciaa Kills Himself.
Chicago, April 5. Dr. J. H. Walton,
a well-known physician of Dubuque,
la suicided in Lincoln park yester
day afternoon by cutting his throat
with a raxor. The act was done before
the eyes of hundreds of wheelmen,
and pedestrians on the Lake Shore drive.
I Walton is believed to have been
Pittsburg Is Promised a Series o1
PTJDDLEES TO RESIST A BEDUCTIOa
Cnlted Labor Lragne aad Amalgamated
Association Involved and Prospects Good
lor a Battle AU Along the Llae-Xew
York I'nions to Engage in a Systematic
Assault on Non-l ntooUm t'uloniam
Kens Afoul or Civil Service.
Pittsburg. April 5. Several mills and
factories here have made reductions in
wages which are not accepted by the
men, and now it la expected that the
United Labor League, the Amalgamated
Association of Iron and Steel Workers,
the patternmakers, the iron molJers' un
ion and several other organizations will
be drawn into the labor troubles which
will start today at Oliver Bros." Tenth
Street milL The puddlers have refused
to work at the reduction of 50 cents per
ton which goes into effect this morning,
and the managers will attempt to start
the mill with whatever men apply. It
is feared thnt trouble will fellow.
Proapecta Are for General Tronb'e.
A. M. Meyers & Co., who mad 3 a simi
lar reduction, have closed their mill, as
they had signed with the Amalgamated
to pay J4.50. They will await the result
at Oliver's before deciding on further
action. The men at Macintosh & Hemp
hill's mill, who have been cut 10 per
cent, with an increase in hours from
nine to ten. have also decided not tr.
accept, their special fight being maci
against the Increase of hours. In the
endeavor to restore wages to their for
mer i'ftsis it is believed that the several
unions the strikers belong to will be
drawn Into the contest as organizations.
NEW YORK STRIKES NOT OFF.
General War To He Made on the Men
Without t'niun Cards,
New York, April 5. The decision of
President Seth Low, cf Columbia col
lege, who was made umpire in the fiht
between thi steamfitters and plumbers,
in favor of the latter, and the order of
the board cf walking delegates declar
ing the Ftrike off on the new Columbia
college buildings and the public school
buildings, was not brought up in an offi
cial manner at yesterday's meeting cf
the Central Labor union, but it was the
general opinion of the men interested
that the? trlke was not at an end. Themcn
who have leen on strike on the building?
referred to will return to work todayac
ccrding to the order of the board of
But President William J. O'Brien re
peats the statement that general strikes
would be ordered upon every building
where there were non-union steamfit
ters. This will bring about a separate
issue and when the 1.000 men who have
been on strike return to work the union
steamfitters will have to keep pace with
!'"" Issue as to Labor.
Chicago, April 5. Officers of the
painters' union threaten to order a
strike of all union men employed by the
city because several workmen employed
by the city in painting bridges are not
members of the union. The non-union
men, it is said, were appointed by the
civil service commission. Under the
law no city officer has authority to re
move them except by proving they are
Strike or Iowa Coal Miners.
Ottumwa. Ia., April 5. Three leading
coal companies cut the price of mining
coal from 70 cents to 0 cents. The
miners of the Whitebreast company at
Keb and Chisholm, John Z. Evans' men
at Avery, and the Chicago and Iowa
company's men at Cedar mines, almut
600 in number, struck. Other companies
paying 70 cont3 will cut and probably as
many more men go out.
Want. Labor Cnion Funds Taxed.
New York. April 5. President Bar
ker, of the tax department, has received
a protest against the exemption from
taxation of the various sums of money
held in the treasuries of the labor or
ganizations of the city. He refuses to
give the names of those who sent in the
Big Strike Promised at Cleveland.
Cleveland. April 5. Five thousand
union workmen connected with the
building trades will today make a de
mand for an eight hour-day, coupled
with a demand that only men having
union cards shall hereafter be em
ployed. Sclioch Wins the Bike Kare.
Washington, April S. Schoch won
the six-days' bicycle race, which ended
at 10 o'clock Saturday night. He fin
ished with 1.G70 miles to his credit.. 140
miles short of the world's record, made
at Madison Souare garden. The clorlng
score was: Schoch, 1.670; Albert, 1.615;
Golden, 1,605; Lawson. 1.583; Cassedy,
1.554; Rivierre, 1,142; Ford, 533; Muller.
Ordered to Begin the Blockade.
Rome. April 5. A dispatch from
Suda says that the powers nave or
dered the admirals of the international
fleet to begin a pacific blockade of
Athens; and it is understood at Suda
that the admirals are now considering
the best way of carrying out the in
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