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Bisnil Anstria Obeys the Nod of the
Pope. a,uI Kaiser VVilhelm Seems
Krarir to I'ndo Tiismarck'a Work
ThP uffrape Question Giving Belgium
Trooble I rial. Prelates Attacked by
Harrington A Terrible Disaster.
t ftt-fiAv Mawh 13 Tfc i ttt.tttjkA in
. itch from Rome that Cardinal RamDola
unalterably opposed to any arrange
ment with the Italian, government short
,f substantial concession of teTnpcral
Tiivrer to the pope, and has so replied to
j,e advances of Premier Rudini. The
, ,e professes to take no interest in the
'jiiiiire i the Italian cabinet and basso
ustriu ii-u his uiiiccis at uoiiie ana ms
;u;i.-us anroau. 1 no occupation oC lie me
,,itfinel a usurpation and there can be
,,.clianj,'e in the attitude toward Italy
ffcile that occupation continues. This is
be position ot the pope as enunciated ia
vahstance ny v. arainai Kampola and all
lupe of reconciliation between Humbert's
vernnieut and the papacy is looked
upon as vision.iry m Rome, as the surren
Jer of that city to the papal jurisdiction is
vat of the question.
One sign that there is no cessation of
Mtt-rness Utweea the Vatican and the
TAverninont is .the opposition of the rope
i. the proposed visit to King Humbert by
the Archduke Franz Ferdinand, Austrian
hrlr presumptive." This visit htwl boon of
iciaiiy determined upon. The Vatican
sent an indignant protest to the Austrian
MHrt. and now it is stated that. tin.
will not J? made. This incident of An
.irian subsei vience to papal influence has
tended much to weaken the attachmort. of
Italy to the triple alliance.
The Kaiser and the Papacy.
The appoiutment of Count SWHlih.
Tmtchsler, president of the province of
Provin, to be minister of public won.hip
f Germany, in the rlnr of Dr rinotW
looked upon as shov.'inc the rendi-iess
if the kaiser to make almost any conces
sion for the bupport of the Roman C.ith
olic party in the reichatair Minister
!ioi.sler,it is understood, was not unwilling
to return unconditionally to the Roman
rathoiic church the large amount of
money accumulated from the stipends
withheld by the state on account of non-
onipliance with state ecclesiastical la ws.
Opposition to the Jesuits.
The minister, it is understood, is in en-
t:re record with the kaiser on t he mies-
! ("in 'V ia nrnnaad .m t ifnt ...ill 1 . .
" 1 J ' irjif.'Hl ICOVUUWUU Will, 1HJ -
ever, meet with earnest opposition ir. the
rfichstai;. There is also a powerful and
urowinp opposition toward there-admission
into lid many of Roman Catholi; or
ders, especially the Jesuits, and this eppo-
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Bismarck, who believe that the Jef nits
would become active plotters against the
dominant Protestant interests of nort iera
A BOMBSHELL FOR THE BISHOPS.
Harrington Accuses the Irish Prelates of
DrPLiv, March li Timothy Harrinp
"n, M P., has thrown a bombshell into
the camp of the Irish bishops. In a l itter
to The Freeman's Journal Harrington, in
very plain terms accuses the prelaUs of
deliberate duplicity, and in support cf L.s
accusations furnishes the original copy of
a joint letter which the bishops wrote to
Parnell on Oct 15, before the 0"Shea l.ris.
m which the writers vigorously condemn
Dillon and O'Brien, whose independec t ac
tion, they declare, is calculated to sepj irate
the moral element from national pol tics.
This has reference to the action of Dillon
and O'Brien in holding independent tiee4'
ii)i:s and sustaining movements in sympa
thy with the former's cause in bis coatrD
versy with Bishop O'Dwyer, of Limerick,
and Tarnell is earnestly besought to ex
press to the two members mentioned his
emphatic disapproval of their course.
TR0U3LE BREWING IN BELGIUM.
Workingnieu and Socialists Not SatisBed
with Cabinet Concessions.
London, March 12. A Brussels dispatch
ays t hat the decision of the Brussels cabi
net in favor of household suffrage, instead
of allaying has aggravated discontent,
especially in Brussels, where compara
tively few workingmen occupy a single
house, the lirge majority being crowded
ia buildings that hold several fat lilies
each. Ia the lower quarter of the city
there are signs of dangerous discontent,
and the Socialists are speaking out more
boldly than ever before. Ttie govern tue-t
is aware of the danger, and the troops are
kept on the alert to deal with an inso rre.--tion,
should one break out. Owing to the
dullness of trade a large number of paop
are idle, and, in the opinion of an English
C'lrresponderi, there are all the elements
'u a smaller scale for a Parisian revolu
tion. Frightful Disaster in a Church.
"'iw., iuarcu ia. a uispatcu iroiu
Tunis gives an account of a dreadful dis
aster at a place called Menzel, in the vi
cinity of Cabcs. A children's service was
ia progress in the synagogue at that place
when, without warning, the walls of ths
building collapsed and the roof fell t o the
floor with a crash that waa heard all over
the town. Fifty maimed men, women
and children were taken out and casrud for
'id four dei'd botfiea, crashed out of all
Semblance to bnmaniip, were removed to
the dead Louse. -The number of killed
nuot be even approximately estimated,
is kuown thali tlie baltdmg was cevwd
cd with peop'.e, and hnedreefs of dead bod
y's must st.n ba beneath the tons rf de
bris not yet remored.
(jerinan Employera Opganialag.
Loxihx. March 11. The owners cf the
Uernian eolNerieit hare formed a combiti
tu;n for self-protection, similar t the
Jihippiu Federation in Great Britain,
ijjey are pleuge to act aa a unit afinst
demands which the majority may deem to
be unjust, and m tfle event of a strike,
that does not include all the minoa, all
are to join in beariog the burden of de
fense. Tea Seem To Be High.
London, March 13. There wai ub nsual
excitement Tuesday at the London com
mercial sale rooms, where a small parcel
of Ceylon tea possessing special qu Uities
was put up for auction. The broken
forked themselves into fever heat as the
bidding proceeded, and the price, which
nad been started at $5 pr pound, was in a
w mmutei, rushed up to Hi Five com
petitors had been contesting for the prize.
two then abandoned the field,
ana the parcel was soon after knocked
down at $54.
The Retiring; Sea Negotiations.
Londoh, March 12.-The Standard says
of the Bohring sea papers; Both nations
will rejoice that their differences have
been placed in such shape as to make arbi
tration possible and probable. It addi
that uothing could be more barren or irri
tating than an attempt to consider the re
sult from a polemical standpoint.
THE FRIEDLANDER CASE.
Allegations of the Woman Who Charges
Him with Bigamy.
Lassinq, Mich-i March U-The charge
of bigamy against Senator Friedlander is
tlie absorbing topic of conversation here.
The woman is a half-breed, and has been
handsome. She asserts that her original
name was Mary Petoskey, and that she is
a daughter of old Petoskey. the tribal
u the 0ttwas, the remnants of
which tribe are now residing at Harbor
Springs. Iler mother, she says, was a
1 renchwoman. She alleges that on Dec.
li 1S59, she was married to Mr. Friedlan
der in the quaint Mission church at Har
bor Springs, and that two sons were born
to them, one of whom is still living.
Friedlander Avoiding Arrest.
Friedlander went to the war in 1861
and when he came back he settled near
Oscoda, and fifteen years ago married his
present wife. Friedlander does not deny
that over thirty years ago he lived with
Mary Petoskey, but he states that he fully
believed that she was dead when he mar
ried Mrs. Friedlander. He savs that th
Uwoman has tried heretofore to e-ttnrt
money from him. He is dodiug the ofli
cers who are hunting him by staying in
the lieutenant governor's room.
llano Rail Lawsuit Csmmenced.
Cincinnati. March li Yesterday the
courts were asked for an injunction re
straining the consummation of the deal
by which the Cincinnati Association base
ball franchise in this dty was sold to the
National league. Johnson is charged
with conspiracy to divert the purposes of
the Association to other purposes than
those intended. A receiver is also asked
for. The plaintiffs are Charles A. Prince,
John C. Haynes, Arthur Dixwell and Ja
lian B. Hart, of Boston, and George and
J. Earl Wagner, of Philadelphia. The de
fendants are Al Johnson and F. IL Bru
nell, of Cleveland; John M. Ward, of
Brooklyn; E B. Talcott, of New York;
John E. Bruce, of Cincinnati; A. . Spald
ing, c-t Chicago, and J. Palmer O'Neill, of
The Hennessey Murder Trial.
XEYrOn.LEANS.La.. March 12. Thegraud
jury has indicted John Cooney an.l Thomas
McCristol for bribing jurors in the famous
Hennessey case. Newspaper reporters ap
peared before the jury Tuesday, and then
the principals were called. Indictments
in blank were returned and capiases were
issued. The two men were arrested yester
day and placed under bond. It is said that
they are bott employed in the O'Mally de
tective agency, which has been proni
nently engaged in the defense of the prison
ers. Argument in the murder trial was
A Wisconsin Legislator Dead.
Madison, WU, March ia The assem
bly session yesterday was takeu up with
the civil rights bilL The bill was amend
ed by the Democrats. The original bid
made it a criminal offense to xefuse the
privileges of any public place to a black
man. The amended bill applies only to
inns and conveyances by land or water.
It was sent to third reading. Assembly
man John Edwards, of Port Edward.,
Wood county, who bad been illatte
Park hotel for several weeks, diel yester
day. Call for a Miners Convention.
Columbus, O., March 12. A call for one
of the most important conventions of
miners and mine operators ever held was
issued from the executive office of tl e
United Mine Workers here yesterday by
Secretary P. A. McBryde. It calls a con
ference of miners and mine operators to
meet a Pittsburg on April 7 to consult
upon questions of wages, etc
Another Ballot in Sacramento.
SACr.AMK.STO, Cal., March 12. The state
legislature in joint session yesterday bal
loted for United States senator with the
following result. M. Estee, 2!; M. H.
DeYoung, 24; Charles N. Feltou, 13; scit
tering, 20. doucher, Dem., who, under
Democratic caucus arrangement was sub
stituted for 0--trom, received the full
Democratic support 25.
Mnrdered Apparently for Revenge.
ASUTABULA, O., March 12. Henry Mc
Cresty, the keeper of a saloon and sport
ing resort, was found lying in a gutter
yesterday with a bullet bole through bis
body and his throat cut from ear to ear.
His watch and money were in hU pock
ets, and the deed is supposed to have been
committed by some one who wauted re
King's Bullet Was Fatal.
Memphis, Teun., March 13. Lawyer
David Poston, who was shot Tuesday
morning by Col. King, died shortly after
7 o'clock last evening. Col. King in his
cell at the jail received the news of his vic
tim's death in the same cool manner that
has characterized his bearing since the
Watterson Booming Morrison.
Washtngtos City, March 12. The be
lief here is that CoL Watterson is boom
ing William R. Morrison for the presi
dency. Col. Watterson and CoL Morrison
have long been intimate friends and they
have many friends la common. Carlisle
is one of them.
Supposed Murder In Kansas City.
Kansas City, Mo., March 13. Nicholas
Baton, a wealthy citizen, was Tuesday
eveniug foomd dead with a bullet in bis
head, about two squares from his residence
on Lin wood avenue. He bad been visiting
a stock farm near the city. Murder is sus
pected. A Bowing Even That May Come Oil.
TonoSTO, Out, March ia.-John Teeni
er writes to a friend in this city that bis
backers are prepared to match him with
Jake Gaadanr or William O'Connor
lor a race I - $1,000 a side. It is likely
that O'Connor will accept the offer.
Defeat. d the Australian Law.
AUGUSTA, Me., March 12. In the house
yesterday tie bill providing for state
adoption of 'he Australian system of vot
ing waa defeated 74 to 71 five members
THE ARGUS. THURSDAY. MARCH. 12,
A FESTIVAL OF BLOOD.
How Certain Chinese Officials Celebrated
the New Year.
San Francisco. March 12.-The steamer
City of Peking arrived from Hong Kong
and "iokohama yesterday eveuing bring
ing advices that some 300 pirates, robbers,
and other criminals were beheaded ia
Kwantung province during the last few
days of the old Chinese New Year. The
town of Choho on the banks of the Black
river, lonkio, was surprised late in Janu
ary by a band of 500 rebels and plundered
. Atrocities of the Rebels.
l ne I rench resident wasahot and decap
itated and two other French officials were
killed. Tbe rest of the Europeans man
aged to escape, some by swimming acro
the river and others by hiding in the
bushes. Several of the pirates who robbed
the British steamer Namoa of $30,000 and
killed the captain and some of the crew
have been arrested, including, it is said,
the chief. ,
The Ohio legislature has appropriated
r-1,000 for a state exhibit at the World's
Hon. George H. Hand, a prominent citi
zen of Houth Dakota, died Tuesday at
The persecution of the Jews by the Rus
sian government is more severe than ever
John F. Swift, of California, United
States minister at Tokio. Japan, died
The Western Union Telegraph company
has declared a dividend payable April 15
of 1,V per cent.
The treasury Wednesday purchased
3ti5,000 ounces of silver at prices ranging
from SO.iteT to SO per ounce.
Congressman Breckinridge, of Ken
tucky, is ill with tonsilitis at Pensacola,
Fla.. but not dangerously so.
The McCarthy wing of the Irish parlia
mentary party met at Dublin Tuesday and
organized the "National Federation," to
take the place of the Land league.
Lars Petersen, who recently died in Ta
coma. Wash., on his deathbed confessed
to having killed Larson Harstrum in Sil
verhorn'a packing house in Sioux City in
It is now stated that Treasurer Wood
ruff, of Arkansas, is short $110,000 in ad
dition to the admitted defalcation of
something like $00,000, which has been
It is probable that Governor-Elect Boyd
of Nebraska, will bo declared ineligible
because he did not liecome a naturalized
citizen until Dec Id, 1S subsequent to
Professor Claries Waldstein, the Amer
ican archaeologist who has been excavat
ing on the sito of aucient Eretria, in
Greece, has unearthed the old city and
found many splendid treasures.
J. B. Hansley, of Cincinnati, in opposi
tion to his sister Lottie's wishes, engaged
himself to Miss Edith Speers, of New
York, and then went to Cincinnati to ar
range his business for the wedding.
While there hi sister had him incarcer
ated in a lunatic asylum and his fiance
has packed up and started west to fight
the case in the courts.
Boy and Match Loss 83,000.
Chicago, March 11 A fire started by a
careless boy lighting a match in the oil
room in the basement of the five-story
manufacturing building at 105, 107, and
109 Fulton street last night destroyed the
building and caused a loss cf $85,000. The
loss is divided between Henry Merserbar,
owner of the building, and the following
tenants: L Pierser & Co., flour dealers;
the George H. Hess company, furnaces
and stoves; Tarkovsky & Co., picture
frames and moldings; A. Craue, machin
ist, and the Bormen Milling company. In
snrancs was only partial.
Three Men Killed by an Explosion..
Effingham, Ills., March 12. The boiler
of a saw-mill near Died rich, iu this county,
exploded yesterday, killing Barney Beek
man, William Weipenbach, and Gerhardt
Eiler, young men employed in the mill.
Tbe Elliotts Both Indicted.
Columbus. O., March 12. Both of the
Elliott s have been indicted for murder in
the first degree for tbe killing of Osborne
and Hughes in the street tight here a few
The Weather We May Expect.
Washington Crrr. March 15. The follosrmx
are tbe weather indications for twenty-four
hours from S p. m. yesterday: For Indiana
and Lower Michigan Colder weather; clnar
ing by Friday; northwesterly winds. Fur Il
linois Clearing, colder weathr in extreme
northwest portion; warmer by Friday; west
erly winds. For Upper Michigan Clearing
weather; warmer by Friday; wtwterly winds.
For Wisconsin Fair weather, except clearing
on Lake Michigan; warmer by Fridiy wpn or
ly winds. For Iowa Generally fair, warmiT
weather; winds becoming southerly.
C'mcAoo. March 11.
The quotations on tbo board of trado to-day
were as follows: Wheat No. 2 March, opened
SBC closed WJc; May. opened $1 0tf. closed
$1.01: July, opened V7c, cloned WHc. Corn
No. 2 March, opened , closed Cc; May, opened
eoc, closed t3c; July, opened and closed
Wtjc. Oats No. S May, o nonet 61c, ciowid
S3!4c; June opened U&. clul S?4c; July
opened 4iV4c closed Pork March, openrd
. closed $10.524, May, opnod $10 43, cLxwxl
$10.774. July, opened $10.50, clwed lll.LJH
Lard March, opened IS. Si, closed $o.07H.
Live stock Following were the prices at the
Union stock yards: Hogs Market opened
active and firm, all parties buying, prices fic
higher; lighwKrades, $3 4J1&&7U; rough packing,
$3.iS3.5; mixed lota, $3.aaX?. heavy park
tng and shipping lots. $ae9tf&8U; pis, $.03
Produce: Butter Fancy separator, 35a per
Infancy fresh dairies, S&ASOci packing stock.
1 B5i lea EfJ Strictly freeh, 150l5Vo par doc
Dreesed poultry Chickens, 10.r(hllfcO per fb;
ducks, Ll i-lJe; mixed lots, 112J24C. goose,
Be Potatoes White rose, $LU(gLU5 for aeaii;
red rose, H.UOWJ.03 for seed; Uobron. $L0
1.08: 1'wrlufis, l.un.(,l.(13: liurbanks, fUK⋘
early Ohio jed $L5UL6 Bwer potato
Illinois, Jerseys. 100923.50. Cranberries
Bell and dkterry. 98.004&3 per bbl; bell and
bugles, $&0JtfVi per bbL Apple Cooking,
S3.uU4j,4JM per bbl; eating, fancy
Naw York. March 1L
Wheat No. 2 red winter cash, L14: do
March. $I.134; do May, $L094 Corn-No. t
mixed cash. Wf&TSc; do March. COc; do
May, tffMc; do Jane. GiVfc Oats Quiet; No.
roii.-d cash. 61Kic do May, 50)4c; do July. 5ivc.
Bye Nominal. Barley Nominal. Pork
UttJ; mesa, $lU.50dlL5O. LardStaady; May.
$0.-0; J one, $0.90.
Livestock: Cattle-Market active at an ad
vance of lUc f 100 lbs on all grades; poorest to
best native steers, $4.4U&S.6S fi IUQ &; Colora
dos, $4-8j; bulls and cows, $L753.J. Sheep
and Lambs Both sheep and lambs were ex
tremely dull at a decline of Me ft t; sheep,
.WjA.W V HO s; lambs, $4.0U37.25. Hogs
Nominally steady; lire hogs, $3.4023.j o
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