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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - February 26, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                VOL lie SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FEBBTTARY 26 1890 BEIGE FIVE CE1STTS A GREAT SILVER VICTORY Senator Joness Bill Hits the Mono it I is is Hard THE SILVER SENATORS ENDORSE IT A Stop in the TiJfht Salt BiiJMfrig Appropriation Dines the Pres Irrigation Measure WASHINGTON Feb to Tnm Joness silver bill re ported today from tho Finance Committee has created a genuine sensation among the inbiiomctalllsts who aro shocked that what they consider a radical moasuro should have received the sanction of tho Senate Com mittee Senators Merrill Sherman Mc Plicrsou and Beck arc the members It is understood who voted the bill Tho silver men while protesting that the measure does not go far enough yet profess 7iiuch satisfaction at the advanced stop taken and look upon tho bill as a decided step toward tho restoration of silver All admit that the effect will bo a prompt ad vance In the price of the metal BIONArOIC APJPUOVKS TT Senator Toller said I shall vote for the measure proposed by the Finance Commit tee believing that it will bo a in tlio right direction oven if it Is a short ono Tho Wlndom bill is dead and cannot bo brought to JMe If we cannot havo free coinage I want to rccoln ail our silver dollars at the ratio of ono to fifteen and a half so that we will bo on the European ratio and then I would coin all silver pur chased at the same ratio 1C this wore done if wOuld not six months before wo could make arrangements with tho leading powers of Europe to open their mints I presume England and Germany should bo excoptcd but wo could gel concessions of great value from both England and Germany I think tlio Tones bill will pass both houses of Con gress and I shall vote for It although It docs meet my HliNATOH irKAKSTS OPINION Senator Hearst said I havo boon ex pecting that such a moasuro would bo pre sented The men who havo determined that tsilver shall bo no louger degraded without a vigorous appeal and if necessary split In the ranks have urged a more liberal silver legislation and have to some tholr views upon tho Sen ate Committee on Finance Tho bill makes a stop forward It will bo accepted as par tially satisfactory is a stepIn tho right direction Tho increased purchases of bullion and tho issuance of certificates thereon which certificates are made legal timder is an important point gained While the moasuro cannot bo culled a radical ono It Is radical as compared with what could possibly have scoured consideration iivo years ago It shows that tho silvor interests of tho country have won tholr way and that tho public who havo boon bombarded for years with absurd prophecies of danger from iticroasod coinage havo learned that thoro Is a differ ence between theory and WIJDti UEirAUIUTATE Senator Paddock said Tlio as in troduced will I bollovo moot with i approval throughout tho West It is in tho direction of a lavgor our supply which wo need because wo aro a growing country It will also In my judgment tend to rehabilitate silvor aud rehabilitate tho ratio botwoon tho two metals While I was inclined to look with favor upon tho Windorn bill booauso I felt that in splto of sotno objections it was a move iu tho right direction I am inclined to boliovo that measure may give moro satisfaction to in terests It Is not a frco coinage measure but ifc goes beyond what wo now havo and its certain result will bo to advance tho prico of Tho homo product aud to decrease tho gap between tho twO metals It is a compromise moas uro It stands between two extremes and while it may havo some of tho weak features and probably has of a compromise measure it is iu ray judgment au acl vanco over previous legislation I boliovo it will bo accepted by Congress as a fair and beneficial act oflegislation and bollovo that it should secure TJIK BUILIWCNO BILL REDUCED WASHINGTON Fob Sonato Cotn rtiitteo on Buildings has re tailed tlio Salt Lake public build ing bill owing to pressure from other Territories to increase tho amount of their and reduced tho apnropria tibn to It is understood tho House V Committoo will report it at nnd that tho bill as finally passed will bo a quarter of a million Senator Stanford today introduced Mayor Kiesels bill to increase tho borrowing ca pacity of Ogdon and to appropriate for a public building at Ogdon Mr Fred Simon of Salt Lake is in tho city to urge the building Ho has hold sev eral conferences with the House committee and is gratified at the outlook THE PUBE FOOD BILL WASHINGTON Feb iatccl Press Senate Committee on Agriculture and Forestry today had under consideration the Faulkner pure food bill which establishes a Duroau iu tho Agricultural Department with authority to inspect and analyze food and drugs with the power to seize and destroy articles deleterious to health Several xm important amendments were proposed and the bill put into shape by a sxibcommitteo for action at meeting NOMINATIONS i It was undoubtedly the most elegant affair of the kind over given in this There was a profusion of floral decorations novel and unique among them orchids tulips and crocusscs besides thousands of blossoms collected In NewOrleans Mobile Savannah and other southern cities as well as in the greenhouses of Philadelphia Now York arid Boston Tho menu was engraved in lino script upon heavy beveled blocks of papier mache and every article of food was described in plain English There wore no foamai speeches AN TRTUGATION glLIi Senator Reagan today introduced a bill to provide Tor a general system of reservoirs for irrigating the arid lands of tho West SUPPRESS RIOTOUS DEPUTIES ENGULFED BY THE FLOOD The Fronoh Chamber Adopts a Tjong Necclctl Measure PAKJS Feb Chiuuber of Deputies today made a new rule for tho government of its proceedings with particular reference to recalcitrant Deputies who being called to order decline to take tholr scats or otherwise insolently defy tho command of the Speaker so that tho authority of tho house as represented by tho Speaker Is seldom respected unless actual force is ap pealed to This trouble reached a climax in tho recoilt revolt of tlio Boulauglsts who practically rniido a riot in tho house The new rule affixes a penalty to every refusal on the part of a member to obey an order of the President Tlio penalty Is that the member bo suspended during thirtysix sessions of tho Chamber It is said that this new rultj was voted by 277 to U30 Sixty Lives Lost by the Walnut Grove Dam Disaster Full Particulars of the Dreadful Ca Disasters at Sea Texas Hurricane Demolishes Casualties were unroofed In the neighboring towns but no fatalities are reported MEMPHIS Feb storm here last night nearly reached the proportions of a cyclone The new cotton tho a brick mill and the Northern Methodist Church were completely wrecked and many houses damaged Trees were up rooted and tossed about like straws In the business portion of the city not much damage was done beyond tearing down signs and breaking windows A severe wind and rain storm visited Mem phis again this morning but beyond a general prostration of the wires no serious damage was done At Brownsville half the business portion of the town was badly wrecked and many residences damaged So far no fatalities are reported but the lack of wires makes communication difficult JO8J2PH GIL LAS BIGGAR THIS OF OUST THE DEAD HOMt HULIill Joseph Glllas Biggar kuown as the Father of Obstruction Iu tho House of Com mons at Westminister as tho Rhinoceros of the UOTUO Rule Party and by similar titles is dead Ho was a character aud will bo missed greatly by bothfriend and foo Mr Biggar was born in Belfast August 1 1828 aud received his education at the academy of that city In his seventeenth year lio wont into tho ofllco of his father who was in the provision trad o whereho worked as assistant until 3861 when ho suc cocdod to the business and in 1880 having amassed an a7nplo competency ho was en abledto retire His family woro Presby became a convert to tho Roman Gatholic church in 1877 Ho was first elected to Parliament as a Homo Killer from CountyCavan In 1874 andhas boon continuously by tho same oonstltuouoy His parliamentary career dates on tho Coercion bill iu 1875 On tho occasion of tho iug of tho bill ho joso and catching tho Speakers tluio bolug l p livered an address Ho then took xip a blue book audbegan to road For 1our hours minutes ho stayed on his legs blue book in hand droning out mean ingless utterances A favorite obstructive device of his was to Ho iii wall for bills which for his watchful eye might slip through during tho few minutes devoted to unopposed business ou Wednesday evenings Counts too wore a favorite weapon in his hands PBESCOTT Arixona Feb worst phases of tho Walnut Grove disaster aro more than realized although the particu lars corno in are still meager Two prospectorsarrlved late last night from the upper dam Tlicy state that they camped above tho dam Friday night About 1 oclock Saturday morning broke the water nuining down in the narrow stoop canon in a solid body eighty feet high Ono man was the top of a tree They state that not even a remnant of the dam exists The immense body of water one and onehalf miles square and sixty foot deep was emptied in airhour They had talked with raanyi from the fifteen in lies below who up to SaxV urd oveui ng ve bodies had been recovered but no additional names The survivorswere in great desti tution having ueithor provisions nor clothing Coarsegrain sacks were being xised in lieu of clothing The camp of workmen engaged in building the flume has hot been hoard from sit all and it is feared that all are lost No news is yet received here from Wiekenburg or from tho settlement below the dam A messenger briugiugf urther details of the disaster arrived this morning Sheriff ONcll who went to the scene of the dis aster particulars Tho along tho Hassayampa below the sites of the dams is complete For miles the waters turned free by the break ing of dams have filled tho bed of the crook with bodies and with enormous boulders trees andevery other kind of de bris Following is a partial v OT DROWNED A FAIR YOUNG A Yanfceo Girl Widens tho Field of Womans AVork HAKTVOniN Fob San Francisco Chronicle Nellie Patterson 0110 of tho prettiest girls in tho village of Mount Carmel has just completed a fouryears apprenticeship to tho machinist trade Today she is working at her lathe and vise iu tho factory of tho Mount Oarrnol Bolt company and there isnt a mechanic in tho whole shop who can do a bettor job or in lesa time than the fair young work woman FOur years ago when Miss Nellie began to of a moans whereby she must earn her living she looked over the whole iiald of womans woik Among tho trades or occu pations in which tlio push lug of this country havo made their way thoro was nono sho especially liked Sho was a bright girl with a groat deal of Yankee cleverness and considerable ingenuity and inventiveness Tb1 romark WHS made to friends that she was so fond of invention that sho ought to become a machinist The seed thus idly sown took root and sho applied for a place as au apprentice For the past four years she has worked a few days ago her time expired aud sho is now afull machinist Sho is able to block out a piece of work on a planer or turn out any design on a lathe Sho uses the drill and handles the ille as well as any man in the shop Her specialty however is toolmaking and to this sho proposes to dbvoto herself She can also draw plans figure out dimen sions and from working drawings sho can make anything Sho is not afraid of tho grease and grime of tho shop aud her beauty is not inthe least marred by a long swipe across her dimpled chook Her hands are not as white as those of her sisters but they nro by no moans large though they are very strong H an n al McCarthy mi hers Goorgo laborer Alexander Mc Millan coachman for Van Buren G Wheolor laborer ono name un known G laborer N L White John Silsbeo Charles Patrick Shay laborer Patrick Darry laborer laborer Frederick Paljner laborer L D Hayncs laborer George Rundoll laborer and eightphiuanien Besides these montiphecT some twelve or fifteen minors who iwore placer mining be tween tho upper andlouver with a number of ranchers along the stream are missing and when the casualties are as certained entire probably be TSKItVnSENVOfTY AND A nxxmbor of bodies have been recovered many 6f whichwore fourid and thirty miles from the places wherethe flood overtook All the remains aro moro or loss mtitilatedi while in several cases only boon recovered Many bodies havo doubtless been bxiried in the sand others torn to pieces and bthers arc far to tho south Tho impetus of tho stream ofwater when can hardly be appreciated without going over tho ground covered by it Those who saw it say it came down al jnosi in a ninety or a hundred foot high crushed down instead of swooping away all before it A groat body of water one and a half miles square feet deep was empt ied in au weigh ing tons wore thrown around Enormous trees wero broken in twoor torn Into shreds Iron bars word broken andtwisted oat of shape An ordinary flatTironwas picked up aud carried five miles and then imbedded in tho walls of the canyon eighty feet above tho present level of tho stream A large safe containing S7QOO was swept away and no trace has beenfound of it The flood struck the lower dam at ft and iiyo minutes Jatertbeheadquarters five miles below were swept away Several persons wore i at watching but notwithstanding number drowned at tho first point was over thirty and those who escaped did sowith only what they had on their backs Mariy had only their night clothes The survivors are 1n groat destitution having neither provisions nor clothing Many are using coarse grain sacks in lieu of clothing A COURIERS FATE Friday evening a courier was sent from tho upper to tholowerdam to warn tho resi dents that tho former structure was in danger of owing to the storm tho messenger lost his life in attempting to cross tho Hassayampa within view of the survivors of the camp ho had tried to save Charles courier who ar rived this afternoon from below WJcken burg reports ttyit nine bpdies have been discovered at Wiokoubxirg and three in ad dition to those already discovered Tho old historic Broil ranch with all the other ranches along tho river have been entirely swept A SUBLIME SIGHT Hnrled Into Eternity TROY Feb Dispatch San Francisco ChronicZc after noon when the westbound Nickel Plate passenger train reached tho 150foot high bridge over Walnut creek near Swantown the engineer fourid a man in the middle of of the bridge The train was running at the rate of forty miles an hour and to reverse it on the bridge would have imperiled the train and its one hundred passengers Al though the poorfellow stood wringing his hands in agony and looked pleadingly at tho engineer the brave man at the lever kept on and sent one man down 150 feet into eternity rather than imperil the lives iu his keeping The man was unknown and was Disasters at Sea NEW Feb Turner of the American schooner Harry ports February 8thj in latitude 34 longitude 75 be hove to near the wreck of a three masted schooner waterlogged and with the sea making clean sweeps over her Four men were clinging to the after mast Owing dangerous sea Captain Turner sayshe was unable to render them any When last seen the was drifting toward Hatteras Shoals GLOUCESTER Feb schooner Marlon Georges Bay reports that during a heavy gale three of her orew while furling a wasehd overboard by heavy sea and drowned Engineer and Fireman Killed EVANSVULE Feb Nashville and Chicago fast mail on the Evansville Terro Haute road came upon a washed out bridge over Delso Crfeek last night The engine and tender went through ears were and Fireman Bodwin are missing and are sup posed to bo under the engine The conductor and two passengers were slightly hurt A Texas Hurricane ST LOUTS Fob special says ater rible hurricane swept over part of northern Texas this morning The Masonic Hall at Gainesville was to the court house was unroofed and 1rtie Santa Fe rail rbaddeppt buildings were down Nobody wasilled but several were injured CARSON Feb storm raged at1 Eake Tahoe Snaall craft were smashed to pieces ttie wharves severely shaken and houses The snow is drifting along thes road here cover ing houses and burying the log ging TealousyCauses Three MONTGOMERY the home of Frank miles from Montgomery Thomas Yindra shot and in stantly killed Washa Heathen DETERMINED TO QUARREL Call Again Disturbs the Tranqnility of the Senate HE SUBSIDES UNDER SHERMANS REBUKE He Calls Chandler a Liar and Supports the Educational Silver Bill In troduced in the Senate WASHINGTON Feb the Senate a number of bills were reported and placed on the calendar among them ono to authorize the purchase of gold and silver bullion and the issue of treasury notes in payment The bill directs that the purchase of silver bul lion to tho amount of per month and as much gold bullion as may be offered and the issue therefor of treasury notes and repeals the law directing the coinage of two million silver dollars per mouth Beck said the report from the Finance Committee was not unanimous he opposed it Sherman and McPherson are also said to bo opposed to the bill In the debate on the resolution offered yesterday by Chandler censuring CaJl for interpolating in tho record a paragraph that had not been spoken and that it was unpar liamentary and personally offensive Call gave notice to Chandler that he would arraign him before the Senate and long discussion Hookers motion was de feated and pending further action tho House adjourned GREEN AND THE WIDOW He Denies the Scandalous Reports aud Says He Is Happy LONDON Feb San Francisco Chronicle Green who eloped with Mrs SnollMoCrea was seou today by a reporter In the course of his remarks he said I was never drunk iu my life aud Mrs McCrca never touches spirits The story that she is inducing me to drink is absolutely absurd just as that story ol her threaten ing me with a pistol is mean and contempti ble I aia not the sorb of a man to be per suaded to do anything by forcible means and besides no persuasion was necessary for I was only too glad to marry Mrs Me Crea whose inliuence on me has always been rclining and ennobling Mor only fault for which I freely forgive her is that she loves me too well and I shall resent the attacks on her by every means in my power I have no regret that I married her Most emphatically Mrs MoCrca did not procure the license If Herbert Kelsey Mrs McCrea it shows his good taste Speak ing for myself I can assure you that I never heard tho story of Mrs McCreas socalled infatuation for him before though I have known him for some years and have always found him a really good follow The insinuation that Mrs McCroa was ever photographed after tho statue of the Venus of Milo is an infamous and diabolical lie as cowardly as it is black and false and how anyone could havo been guilty of in venting it passes my belief though I do know something of the wickedness of hu manity We shall soon leave for tho Conti nent but we shall return to England where we will settle If I should happen to return to Now York I have no fear of arrest on a charge of bigamy or A LOUISVILLE SENSATION The Ghoulish Occupation of Two Prom inent Physicians DUELISTS FIGHT WITH ONE WEAPON They Use the Revolver Turn A South Dakota Steals the Public Record THE PASSION PLAY SENATOR fatally shot and then ended the tragedy by blowing out his own brains Jealousy was the cause JaJjY I A Jail and Courthouse Burned VANCOUVER Washington Feb morning the county courthouse and jail were totally destroyed by fire together with most of the county records The building was valued at and insured for 000 The cause of the fire is unknown demand an investigation by a committee for making a false accusation He the Senator on the evidence of his own words that he Call had uttered on the floor of the Senate substantially the whole of the charge contained in the paragraph He ask censure by the Senate of Chandler but would leave him to tho judg ment of the country for having heard his remarks and having had neither the THE TEMPERANCE CRUSADERS A SaloonKeeper Who Declines Close His Establishment to In the British Commons LONDON Fob 25 Cobb Radical gave notice in the Commons today that if Smiths motion asking tho House to adopt the report of tho Parnoll Commission with Lewis amendment concerning the Parncll ites were carried ho would move a resolu tion declaring that the House deplores that ut tho time the Parnellltes were engaged in their alleged treasonable conspiracies many members of tho Government especially Salisbury and Bui tour wore in close alli ance and treaty with these members and therefore Salisbury and tho other mem bers of tho Government deserve tho sever est condemnation Laiiiion and FalJon will Fight Feb 25 TRIBUNE Dispatch Srri Francisco Chronicle There has boen some talk lately of a match between Too Lannon and and Tuck Falioii aud thov prospecii for a mooting between these heavy weigljjts now TJIC President has sent to the Senate tho fVffollowing nominations Harold M Sewall Maine ConsolGeneral Henry W Anderson Ohio at John Fowler Massachusetts Willlain B McCrcary Michigan ill Valparaiso John Stcele Twells Pennsyl DINES THE PRESIDENT A diaiher was glvea the Arllng by Andrew to tho Fresi Cabinet and delegates and officers International American Conference bo excellent Launon here yesterday and will forfeit of the Illustrated Nc JMfor a mutch with the has Tho latest Syndicate Sto NEW YOIIK local tq the theJJiitcstEnglish syndicate story eircct that one jhas been formed to schoolbook trust assort the securedaiv optloiij on six or more of thelargestschool tj xiblish Kluolxuling jlvsion Blukeuiau Co juml AuuletduJs Co PHOSNIX Feb from the clam disaster roaches liere slowly The camp threemiles lower dam con tained 125people two weeks ago and there wore probably that many at the time of the disaster and fears are entertained that niariy lives were losK A courier from near there that the wave was high when he firstsaw full of cottonr wood trees was swdptout clean Where the dam was there was a building 240 feet long sixty feet above thebed of the river and thirty above hesurface vestige of the swept away A pros pector camping oh a bluff four miles below Wipkenburg says the sight from whereho stood in the At the narrows just below him whore the canyon contracts to about onefourth its width between perpendicular rocks several high the waters leaped up and piled pu toj of one another for a hundred feet high crash and roar and Crushed through the narrow gorge like lightning hist vestige of ovory the bare hard ST JOSEPH Feb Dispatch Franoisco Chronicle sade committee appointed mass meeting of last Saturday was ia ses sion Molntyre the saloonkeeper who was notified to business was brought before a second re quest or rather a demand was him to close He refused to do so iand politely told the committee if he was not complying with the law there were several ways by which he could be do so In thJs connection he referred them to tho grand jxuy and stated that if found guilty he would have to pay his fine or they could send him to jail like any other criml nal The druggists also appeared before the committee and were forced to sign a con by which they agree to sell nowhisky in violation of the law The far froin satisfied with Its interviewwith Mclntyre and says he will be close his business before the grand jury The frequenters of his plaoeVhaye been warned to stay away from arid every thing is being done to have himclose A NIHILISTS CONFESSION Story of a Man Who Tried to Kill thOCzar S Feb TRIBUNEDis San Francisco Chronicle A man by the name of P fell from a scaffold the electric light works and broke both thighs He was at wbrlc repair ing the smokestack when lib came in con tact with thel niain circuit wire andv was stunned and fell a distance of 100 feet man thought no was about to die and a confession Ho was an exile from Russia being implicated in the great blow up Czar of Knssia two years ago rind gave tlie names of several high and jimpor tant Kussian officials who alsb inthe i affair He has iiiiportaut A Widesprejad iStorm storm of day night wdrkecVgreajj destriictibn with the telegraph service and nota word of direct communication Ibolhud with ths south until 11 oclock All connneotion with the Southern Statesvwas exit at ono tune the succeeded iin getting a wiratp ItKis possible tp tiseqrtaJn the fc or even ithto area coyered by the his possession to substantiate his assertions aud has promised f urtiier velopnieiits i Illinois Ttepnblicans Feb v State convention of the League of eomniittees and selected delegates to National to be lield a Fe announced in Sir J6bny IklaelDonald tbs courage nor the manhood to resent them Sherman declared that the rules of the just been violated by the Sena ator from Florida in as gross a manner as ho had ever witnessed When tho United States Senate came to such a condition that cowardice couldbe applied to a Senator and that a Senator could be charged with stating a thing falsely it seemed to him that tho receding from its dignity Call replied that if he wasnot at liberty to statethat the resolution was not true can prove it and that tlioSen ator when he madethe charge knew it was not true then ho didnt understand the rules the Senate But if in the judg ment of the Senator it wasimproper to use tlie language hawould withdraw it Chandleronco more explained his resolu tion Senator Call used language about me which t did not hear He wrote in the report accusing me of all and he has now thisi me with a cowardlor not replying to that which which he after wardSWrote in therecord When the Sen ate nas decided what language is parlia mentary to use I will take occasion to de fend myself against all his Blair Educational bill was taken up as unfinished business and Coke addressed the Senate in opposition It clearly violated the Constitxition and as a measure of policy it was most unwise and mischievt bus It had constantly declined in public favor until educators have good ground to nope lor its defeat The passage of the bill wouldbe a slanderous imputation on every State in the It would be a first and irrevocable step in of the juris diction over the common schools from the States National Government Stanford addressed the Senate in advo cacy of the bill It seemed to him to pro ceed upon the right principle He assumed its constitutionality and then the important fact tx be considered was whether National legislation was necessary Illiteracy was conceded and also the fact that some of the Stateshad not be able to meet the question aid therefore had become neces sary v When cducationbecame a universal question race distinction would be oblitera ted It was Intended that the bill should benefit both sexes alike He hoped that under would be edxicated in different callings of life suitable to their education grew morality and religion and it was in harmony with the sublime and always beneficieut Cieator The result would to make humanity better wiser and It was through education that mensjxssibilities were to be ascertained and obtained he was in favor of the obtained the floor to speak against the bill Senate adjourned k Wilkinson Call the senior Senator from Florida who hascrealotF sucha conunotiou in the Senate by his violent on Senator Xcw Hampshire was born invKen The Mercenary Exhibition of Christ to be Suppressed MUNICH Feb San Francisco Chronicle eccle siastical authorities aro profoundly dis gusted with the mercenary spirit manifested by managers of the Passion Play at A high dignitary of tho church declared that these peasants put Christ in a pillory aud exhibit him for money but are not content with thirty pieces1 for tlio show This feeling is shared by the best people in Oberammer gan The Bavarian Government has re solved never to permit tho play to be given again after 1890 so that the coming pre sentation will bothe last After the sup pression of the Passion Play at Oberammer gan the one given at Brixeii hi Tyrol which is essentially on the same plan but moro primitive in its character and which as it is not a mere money making scheme will probably not be interfered with by the Aus trian Government will remain the sole con picuous survival of the mediaeval history of feurope AN INSANE PRINCE Feb is all agog on account of the attempt of three prominent local physicians to rob the grave of Tom Johnson and Ed Pcarco bur admired ted at Now Albany cemetery in Indiana Saturday The men wore to commit tho deed early this morning but tho officers got wind of it and in waiting Dr J T Blackburn and Dr W B Grant were ar restcu and placed in jail The third doctor fled and his identity is not known The negro who drove the wagon was shot dead as ho started to run A second colored man who went along to help tho ghouls was also arrested The medical students of tliis city are said to have robbed tho same cemetery repeatedly Tho offense is a felony in In diana Doctors Grant and Blackburn who ivero captured aro prominent in medical circles and occupy high positions iu tho Kentucky School ofMedicine Tho grand jury this afternoon indicted them under charges of graverobbery and conspiring tocommit a felony Tho penalties for these offenses range from three to ioxir years imprison ment Tho college faculty have engaged counsel to the doctors Tho State will make a spirited effort to convict The negro boy killed in the light was buried by tho college today A NOVEL BUEU Two Men Shoot With the Same Pistol Turn About PIEDMONT W Fob Francisco Clironwlc A strange duel took place Sunday night be tween a coal miner named Neo and a car penter named Archer drawing a out of hersaloon they took posses sion and hi a scramble for tho liquor quar reled As ono of thorn had a pistol they agreed to fight a duel shot about Nee won tho toss and coolly stood fifteen feet dis tant when Archer blazed away and nearly scalped him Neo then tool a turn at it and missed Archer then missed and Neo tried again and perforated his opponents hand Friends then interfered and pro ven How an Amiable Spendthrift Worked His Uncle VIENNA SanFrancisco Chronicle news of Prince Charles Lichtenstoins insanity just received from Paris where tho young man has been placed in an asylum has been tho topic of conversation in high social circles for tho last few days Prince Charles is 25 years old and lias been a favorite amongthc aristocracy for he was gay witty and kindhearted Fortunately the young spendthrift who was often hotly pursued by creditors possessed an uncle and an immensely wealthy one Prince JohnVan Lichstenstein tho head of the family This good relative frequently paid the debts of his amiable nephew who always employed tho same plan to capture his uncle Whenever too hard pressed the young prince caused reports to be circulated in Vienna that he was about to marry one of the bourgeois who happened to be richly en dowed Old Prince Johns hair stood on end as the thought of such a misalliance of a Lichtenstein and he would pay the nephews creditors at once With the Times Feb Dis San Francisco Chronicle new Stato of South Dakota is bound to be in fashion Experts who have just completed an examination of the books ofTreasurer Flyrm of Custer county claim thpy have dis covered a shortage of all of which was misappropriatedduring Fly nils and the county is out Seventy Babes Murdered WARSAW Russia Feb report that the bodies of seventy miudered babes have been found in the cellar of the midwife of Skoblinski THE UNION JJABOK PARTY German JJabor Conference Feb von Prussian Minister of Commerce will preside over the Labor Conference to beheld in Berlin The discussion willbe carried on in French They Hold a National Conference and Adopt Resolutions CITY Fob conference of the Union Labor party in which a majority ofthe members of the National executive committee and members at large are Jng part began here today Resolutions were adopted congratulating the party upon its fight in the 1S8S which was characterized by the most extrava corrupt and shameless use of money by Democratic and Republican parties ever witnessed iu the United Al though there lias been a change of adminis tration there has been no change of policy calculated torelieve the agricultural and industrial Allegiance to theUnion party is reaffirmed aud a renewed elf or 1 is urged upon the reforms advocated in the platform of 1888 relating to finance transportation land and the suppression of trusts as all the evils which now aiflict the agricultural and industrial classes have their origin in these questions The Knights of Labor Farmers Alliance Farmers Mutual Benefit Association and Patrons of Husbandry are invited to incorporate with the party in the campaign of DETERMINED TO HAVE A FAIR profession is after the war the Legislature of Florida elected him United Stages SeDiitor but he was not Idwed to take his seat ait that time Mr Call has been aDenicbratic member of the Sena te since March 1S79 He succeeded Simeon B Cohpver term of service will expire Tbe Committee on Cotameree called up and the House passed bills extendingto San DiegQ and Wilmmg t6B5Gal i the proyisloris of tbe act elatie therrequest of the for a assist ln the and ing of the a conference of the Salt Lake was dutiable v Butterworth a bill passed authorizing the Secretary of State to appoint i 7 two suitable persons to represent Proposition to Get Up Another Exhi bition for 1892 WASHINGTON Feb The National Board of Bromotibn of Washington adopted a resolution tonight that while they r favor the Worlds Fair in Chicago which has been chosen by the House of Representatives they recommend an incorporation into the b01Ofa provision for an international cele braton in 18di in commemo ration of bundredthanniversary of tho discovery of America and that the President appoint a Go vernnierit commission to formulate plan celebration the plan to enlargement of the National Museum Into three American toiremaihVas buildings and a repository of antiquities and history of a memorial bridge acrossthe Potomac a statue of Christopher Columbus participatipn of nations of the world to beT v national resxuned consideration of Jfp Settlemeiit Reached Feb the cCpmiaons to day Mitcneili member i of ttiei opposition callediattention a Wasiungtbn dispatch saying England had abandoned her xrontest in vthe Belling onv seizures thought that England ifora attlie last Obituary PARIS Feb Josef the sculptor is dead Ho was born in this city in CLEVJSLAND Feb Greeley sister oi tho late Horace Greely died last night at Spring Creek Pa Expelled the Church CHICAGO Feb B Esher son of Bishop Esher was tonight formally tried and expelled from theJSvangelical cnurck icu Chicago The principal charge was that brought a suit in the civil courts against churchbrethren without first resorting to the brotherly means prescribed His suit was one for libel against the publishers of a and grew out ofj the controversy between Bishop Ksher and the recentlysuspended Bishop Dubs Dudleys Blocks of Five NEW YORK Feb oi the Supremo Court today denied the appli cation of Colonel Dudley to vacate the or der for his examination before the trial the suit brought by hini against the Press Publishing company to recover fory alleged libel hi the publication of the blocks of five letter It is said taat Dud leys counsel claimedthat he been in the the State since the order was granted but the judge held that Dudley had avoided service of the order and cannot expect eon sideration from the court to submit himself to A Vagrants Diamonds lERSBiCITY Feb Ewald aged 26 claiming to be an Englishman comm itted for three months tofday Wh en stripped at jthe prisoh money belt was found Bank of England notes and at least SISOo The the property Osterman was unable ently to give a lucid account of wore a hat bearing a San Francisco j stamp Efforts will be made to discover friends i committeehas formed in castle and other places for the f j to secure v severe trreatnient aceor in Siberia number and radical and socialist TookEverything Sx LOUISA men moment that qualified represent panadaVi Sir at took all the   

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