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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - February 28, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah VOL 118 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY MOKBTDSTG FEBRUARY 28 1890 PRICE FIVE CENFTS Idaho and Wyoming Waiting for Springer to Collect His Ideas KEPT AT A SAFE DISTANCE Feb Dis Sun Friincteco Chronicle us Springor can gather togothcr fora minority report the House on Territories will report buck bill for tlio admission of Idaho with the recommendation that it This was docldod upon ar tho last and the chairman ordered to rnuko the report Springer and Munsnr alone of tic committee dlJiscntod It can lu now pro el Ictod with certainty that Idaho and Wyoming will bo nddcd to thy of KtatOB during tho present session of Con gruns Tho will not only give both bills the right of way as privileged questions nut will prevent Democratic against a vote hOUKCfjOSIS ON IT P WASHINGTON Feb Uopresontativo Anderson of Kansas pciuvd Ixloro tho Ilonso Committee on 1iuiiiio Railroads and urged favorable action upon his hill iinvo foroclostiro proceed ings against tlm Union Iaolflo md have tlio mul placed In tho hands of a OJovonirnorit receiver I NATIONS Tlio President nominatud the follow ing Klchard Rod man Carson City IraO Kudland Washington Edward II Oroutt Paloiuso fcliuori C Cramer Clionoy Tho iiriiondmniifc proposed by Senator Me Ihorson today to tho House bill to tlio naval establishment provides that In stead of olght Immonso llnoofbattlo ships being Uiilit tliiro ho constructed eight coast harbor dofimso vessels oC tho monitor ypo having not moro than olghtoon fool draft with twin screws and a soa spood ol not loss than sovoiitoen knots Those vossclH are to ho aitnod with fontguns of not loss than twolvoIneli calibre niountod with turrols in barboUo together with vapid firing guns and sit least ono liftnoniiioli dynamite gun Tho vessels shall have olthor stool in1 oomponnd armor and tho cost 6f the vosseis and armamont shall not excoccl ouch CONIiUHMAIMONS ChioC Tustloo of thoSiipiorrio Court of Arl Jamos OHrlon of Minnesota Asiiocl Justico of tho Supremo Court of Arizona Joseph H Klhboy United Statca Attorney Harry K Jeffords ior Itegistois of Land C Martin Jrescott Alfred F THxon SusanvlISo Cloavor La Grande J E Cconr dAlono Idaho K II Olark Lincoln E C Ross Walla Walla Wash SurveyorGeneral of California William H Pratt Supervisor of CCMISUH California William 35 IMosor Fifth District Soi non Bos Grass Valloy Joseph MoKoown Livonnoro Prod Axo Kuroka A Halhaoho i W G Nawtor Santa Jlonloa Oregon Josslo JJakor La Gralaco Washington Alfred W Strong ypokano Palls PADDOCKS STOCK Senator Vaddook today introduced a bill intended as a substitute for various meas ures for tno establishment of a Uiiroau of fi Animal Industry to prevent tho lion of diseased cattle and provide for tho extirpation of plomopnonmonla and other contagious diseases among domestic anii nulls j IMPORTANT INTRODUCED Among tho bills introduced In tho House was ono appropriating for a public building at Virginia City Nevada Wade from tho Committee on Labor ro portod to tho Ifouso tho bill requiring United States laborers worktnon and my oliankS otnployod sliHO Juno 25 1SCS to bo paid on tho basks of oight hours for a days work Prom tho Commerce Commlttoo Senator Kryo today reported a bill to extend tho provisions of tho Interstate transportation act to San Diego and Wilmington California In tho llouso today Buokalow introduced a joint resolution authorizing tho President to cause a survey to bo mado for a lino of railroad extending youth through tho Cen tral American States Colombia Ecuador Voru and Bolivia to the city of Suoro and detail officers iu tho publlo service to prose cute tho work Tho Dolph investigating committee to continued Its into tho inotili ds by which tho proceedings of joutlvo sessions become public Several newspaper mon testified that thoy had Vrltton reports of tho proceedings of certain executive sessions butwhon askisd to glvo tho source of thoir information declined to do so upon tho ground that it would bo a gross betrayal of eonudonao Ono of thorn stated that in ulllus experience lie had never known of an instance whore proceedings in executive sossion htid divulged by ui employee of tho Sonato or whero a newspaper man was asked a prleo for such information Under tho now rule wont into cf feot today when tho Sonato wont into ox ooutivo sossion the pross lobby in whiijh aro located tho Capitol offices of tho ciatod Press as well as all the committee rooms on tho gallery iloor were cleared and a jitdct watch kept over them until tho Sou ntc doors wore opened again This disarranged all tho press business on tho Sonato sldo for some time Tho door koopors woro also required to move thoir chairs and persons further away from tbo holy of holies What tho Senate oxpocls to iiccoBaplish by this change Is not clear Ec portors generally are not dull of hearing but it was never charged that thoy could hear through four feot of solid walls or two heavy doors g for a Battle WICHITA Fob towns of lugalls and Cimarron in Gray county lato rivals in a county scat war aro again fight ing over tho advantages accruing from tho recent voting of bonds for a sugar mill Both iiidos aro arming and another looked for soon Its a Fairy Tale i CHICAGO Fob Dispatch San Francisco Clironiclc Magnate Spalcling arrived homo today Ho says that Mike Kelly was ofTerjixl is tho talo ho has hcoid yet and added You know for months paat they have been too thick to I Declined to Discuss tho Matter k Fob tho Commons todiiy the attention of tho Gojv the telegraphic Men Removed From the Holy of Holies During Executive Naval Day at Washington messages published that tiio Eusslan Gov ernment had directed Its Minister at Wash ington to take part in tho negotiations rc lailug to tho BcliHtig Soa and to provide means for establishing a closed season If that was true the contention that Eehring Soa WUB closed practically abandoned Sir John McDonald said it would not bo in tho Interests of Canada to enter dis cussion All he could say was tliat every thing so far was going on as satisfactorily j as Canada could wish AN AMKKICAN DECORATED A St Ijouifl Jjawycr Receives the Or der oithc Griind Cross WASHINGTON Fob Dispatch Francisco Chronicle Gibson of St Loafs has just received notifi cation from the German Minister Count von Aroo Valley that Emperor Wilhclm has conferred upon him the Order of the Grand Cross of the Prussian Jloyal Crown Mr Gibson has boon a lawyer for the Gorman crown Jri this country for many girujingwith King William IV Mr Gibson has boon knighted by thrbo Emperors Tho lato Ernporor Wilhelm made him a Knight Commander of tho Jioyul Crown and tho Emperor of Austria conferred upon hjni tho commanders cross of the Ordor of Franx Josoph The prosent decoration Is thohlgh CHt one ovor conferred by Germany upon an American oitlxen and is in fact the highest decoration known Ju this country up to tho present tlmo Mr Gibsons relation as attorney for tho Gorman crown lias brought him into inti mate rotations with all the German Minls torsresidont hore beginning with It aro n Gorolt Mis inflonco has cx oi1 tod in promoting kindly feeling find cor dial Govurimiftal relations between tho two countries and this last decoration is in recognition of his services in that particu lar A VILE CONSPIRACY A Millionaires Efforts to Boamiich His Wifes Character A Fornalo Dotwctlvo WIVH JSmployod but WHH JJroujjht to Virtuous Wife Triumphocl Over Her Uncmloa WILMINGTON Feb Francisco Chronicle A startling ami enUroly unexpected feature was developed today In tho MoComb divorce which has attracted moro attention than of the kind thai has ovet taken place hore owing to tho peculiar cir and tlio wealth oC James 0 MoCoinb tho husband Tho today was tho discovery that for over a montl past a wellknown woman dotcctlvo had boon endeavoring fco and worl up evidence against Mrsi McCooib tho plain till 0 MoCotnb Is tho only son of the lato IfonryS MoComb who cllod not long ago worth Young McGomb ondod ail his ohanoos of social position by nuirryltig tho laughter of David H Wingato a polloouinn Tlio young woman was partly doaf and nearsighted Mrs McOomb novel luindsomo did not improve In appearance with ago and It is said that tho young man who Iri luuulsono and of lino figure linally tirod ol hor and longed for a separation Last Jail ho entered suit for a divorce alleg ing adultery Mrs MoComb entered a cross suit charging hor husband with cruelty Tlio evidence against tho wlfo scorned to bo lacking It was recently determined to soouro a dotoctlvo to got enough evidence ugahwt Mrs McComb to make a divorce cer tain Phllaclolphla was visited and Mrs Clara TJuunour was employed Tho Thurnour Avonian is ouo oC tho clovor ost 1omalo operators in tho country and is a twin slstor oi Mrs Low Dookstddlor It was this Hhrowcl little woman that was solootod to furnish tlio ovldonoo against Mrs and hor plans wcro working well when slio was hold up by two of hor own profession k Sho oamo to Wilmington January 20th and engaged board at tho Central Hotel regist ering as Mrs Edward Thurnour of Now York After somo ollort sho made Mrs MuGoniba aoquainUuioo and managed to Ingratlato horsolf so thoroughly In tho good graces of hor intended victim that sho was Invited to come and board with hor at hor residence Aftor this all manner of noises wore hoard about tho house Tho women kopb bad hours Mon woro soon by tho neighbors to loavo tho house lato at night and It was not long boforo part of tho womans mission wus accomplished as sho had sot tho gossips in tho neighborhood to talking about Mrs MoComb and tho com pany sho was keeping About two weeks ago a noiso was hoard in tho house and Albert Wfngato Mrs MoCombs brother and a servant girl began a search Thoy saw several mon loavo tho houso Goingto Mrs Thurnours room thoy demanded admittance Tnoy finally forced open tho door and found Mrs Thuruonr in bod in male attire Several bottles of wine woro found In a dumbwaiter which had boen placed thoro by Mrs Thurnour Mrs MoCoiub was disgusted with hor friend after this and informed hor that sho would have to find quarters Tlio womans operations woro brought to an abrupt termination last night when Mrs Thurnouv and two other women wont to tho theater After tho entertainment tho trio woro met by detectives Randall and Monn Tho dotootlvcs informed Mrs Thurnour that thoy knowall her movements and that sho must desist at onco Tho woman was com pletely surprised Sho made no attempt whatever to deny what sho Wilming ton for but simply smiled and ox claimed AVoll you have dono Tho wo man Thurnour loft town this afternon Tho prloo for hor services was SS a day and expenses anda two thousand dollar bonus if sho won Governor Boies Iiiaiiguratccl DES Feb ncwlyolcctcd Democratic Govornoi1 Boies was inaugurated this afternoon In his inaugural ho dwolt nt length on prohibition saying that it had boon a dead lotter in tho largo cities of tho State from the beginning The passage of tho prohibition law was a violation os oue of thojnosto valuable of human rights that millions of capital in this business hud been wipjdout that tho result of tholast elec tion shOAvod the sentiment of tho people in regard to it and the plain duty of their rep resentatives was to pass a licenso law for it Ho recommends legislation to secure soorpcy of tho ballot so that tho corrupt in fluence of a party cannot be in dividuals A Lively Railway Season NEW YORJC Feb Evening News this week will say The work of railway extension tho coming season promises more activity than any season since 1SS7 In the United States there miles in process of 7011 miles surveyedand 831 miles projected making a total of miles InCanada tho figures are Con structlon 014 surveys iiS projected 766 total 2118 The principal enterprises under way aro in the South and Southwest on the coal roads ofPennsylvania andOhio and in Montana and Washington Almost llrius in prospect arc rathershort and arc to develop tivelyioculintorests MORROWS EXCLUSION BILL Provisions of the latest Chinese Re striction Measure SOMETHING NOT EASILY EVADED Every Celestial to be Numbered and Registered with His Marks and of the Present Law the Kingdom of Italy Households wher the Popes very name seemed to be forgotte now cry out that thoy were always mor prosperous under the temporal power of hi Holiness while tho Radicals complain tha the Government is ruining the country fo the sake of maintaining a huge and army merely to propitiate Bismarck A NEW YORK BEAUTY WASHINGTON Feb Dispatch Francisco Chronicle Congress during tho last Presidential cam paign passed what Is known as tho Chinese Restriction bill it was thought by that act to have forever eliminated thoGhiuese ques tion as a disturbing factor from American politics but the Chinese question is again becoming as great an Issue on tho Pacific Coast as It was before Congress took tho matter In hand Iho truth is rcstric tion bill docs not restrict as its authors in tcndod it should and that is what tho PaciJio Coasters complain of Congressman W W Morrow of San Fran cisco who is the leading Representative from tho PaoHIo Coast says there archo fewer than fivo thousand the law every year Morrow satisfied himself long ago that some otherregulation more general in its character than the restrictivo should have boen enacted With this object In view ho prepared in Decombor last a bill whichwas referred to the Census Committee and jvJiieli at their meeting today they de cided unanimously to roportbaolcfavorably Tho Morrow bill provides that the Super intendent of Census should so enumerate the Chinese population as to enable him to mako a most complete and accurate descrip tive list of all tho Chinese persons of either sex who may bo found in the United States at tho timeof taking tho census that ho shall glvo Chinese person so enumer ated an engraved certUicate shall all the particulars necessary to identify such person that tho certiiicato shall bo numbered and registered i the census ofllco and that when produced by a Chinese person who shall establish his legal claim thereto It shall boaccepted as ovi donuoof tho right of such person to remain in tho United States Tho bill further provides that any Chinese person who shall fail for a period of throe months from the first day of next Tune to comply with the foregoing provisions shall bo deemed to be unlawfully in tho United States and may be deported front the United States or imprisoned in the penitentiary for a term of five years Morrow says the1 alternative of imprison ment is uocossary to prevent Chinarueu who desire to leave tho United States at tho Gov ernments expense from coining forward and professing to have no oortUioates Whero it is optional with tho court to imprison or de port thorn 0 Chinamen will bo necessarily slow chances in the matter Tho passages of this bill will effectually pre vent afutbiiei1 influx of citizens of the Mow ory Kingdom Morrow states m conclusion that the pen alties proscribed for violations of his bill are no now They aro tho same that Con gress embodied in the act passed several years ago to carry into oHcot provisions of tho ponding between this country Chinese Empire THE SOCIALISTS HANDICAPPED An ExBrotherinIjaw of Vanderbil Will Marry Wright NEW YORK Feb Dispatch Francisco Chronicle club and drawing rooms of the town have been very much interested during the past days over tho announcomont made appar ently on good authority that Miss Mabo Wright who is held by some people to bo th most beautiful woman iu New York hac bccomo engaged to Ferdinand Yznaga a one time tho brotlicrinlaw of W K Van dcrbilt Tho formal announcement ol the engagement will probably be made in a fov days Miss Wright is a tall girl a perfect blonde of Scandinavian typo and she can count hoi admirers by tho score Her family ha never boon identified with the swell society in which she lias during throe or four year cut so prominent a ligure Tho story is that she had secured admission to a Patriarcl ball at tho request of a wealthy young man In town who was madly in love with her is a brother of Lady Mandcville ncc Consucla Yznaga About ten years ago he married Mary Virginia Smith moro familiarly known as Ginnie Smith sister of Mrs W K The married 1 If o of the Yznagas was how ever particularly happy and some three years ago Mrs Yssnaga went out to California in a private car furnished by W K Vandor bilt and secured a divorce the proceedings not mooting with any opposition from Mr Yznaga Mrs Yznaga afterwards married George TilTany of Baltimore a grandson of Commodore Perry L nephow of Mrs August Belmotit and at onetime Secretary of tho American Legation at Vienna TWO ASTONISHED FEMALES Difficulties Under Which the Victori ous German Party Labored Fob San Francisco result of tho elections Is a shade move astonishing than ever by tho laot that every effort was made to prevent tho Socialists from using any ordinary methods for making a canvass prior to election Tho police would not allow their pamphlets distributed or any meetings hold Candidates were there fore obliged to resort to such odd moans of canvassing as writing names iu chalk on tho walls oC houses and in sidewalks dis tributing handbills surreptitiously in many oases through children Tho Socialists are for the most part poor mon and as no paid to mem bers ol tho Reichstag qcfonpoiasation for thoir members has to by volun tary Figaro tolls a story of onoof their candi dates named Vioreck au illegitimate son of old Emperor William whose name in German moans and whoso supporters therefore covered tho walls in Iris district with squaresof all sizes day with the single word underneath Among the candidates attho lato election there wore twelve ists oight compositors oighijshoomukors six merchants fourcigar makers three tavern masons threo mould ers two gilders two They are said to liavc holjd 107 meetings in Borliiij in spite ing tha last week 11 was directed by a ccutral in the capital and composed of Bcbel Grillen bcrger Liobknocht Mpistcr and Singer Thoy distributed the funds and supplied the speakers Theso funds conio from of tho Holland Switzer land Denmark France Austria and land but strangely enough by far the larg est amounts came from the United States Botwoon FrcubhVani Gorman Socialists there has ever since 1884 been much frater nization In that year the French lmado considerable contributionsto the German campaign fund and Germany reciprocated In 1SSG A Chicago Man Leaves a Pair ol Widows to Fight Over His Estate CHICAGO Feb San Francisco Chronicle women who havo been living within a couple of miles of each other for several years un aware of each others existence mot in court today both believing themselves to bo tho widow of the same man Joseph Pulman married Susannah Pulman in England in the fifties but after of years deserted her and came to Illinois causing a report to bo spread in his old Lancashire home that lie had died soon after arriving in tint country Tho fact ho kept on living and soon in the guise of a bachelor married Ellen Tho tirst wife after some years emigrated to America and came by strange chance to Chicago also With her were her three children The resided in the same section of the city but noyer mot Pulruan died a short time ago without in formingwife No 2 that she was not No 1 The newspaper death notioe led to inquiries by tho English spouse who satisfiedherself of the identity of the deceased without learning of the The mat tor ofPnJmaris estate came up in the Pro bate Court today and the women met for the first time Tliero was much bitterness Wife No 2 won in tho contest for the property which amounts dollars No 1 will appeal and promises to leave both widows without a DEGRADED Lawyer Smart is Given a Very Bad Character hy a Judge TORONTO Fob Dispatch Francisco Chronicle Ferguson today delivered judgment in tho proceedings for a writ of habeas the recovery children in the Smart case The able to tlio respondent Mrs The judge reviewed tho case at great length and denounced in the strongest possible lan guage the conduct of Smart toward his wife He Smart had become lost to all social propriety that he was given to drink was mean degraded and wicked To say his conduct was beastly a false and foul slander on the brute crea tion From a perusal of many cases the Judge said he was convinced that according to English law Mrs Smart would be en titled to a divorce a mcnsa ctthoro Ho or dered that the children the care and custody of thoir mother The children are aged 14 13 and9years the youngest be ing a boy and tho two others girls Mr Smart is a lawyer and belongs to Port Hope His wife is a daughter of the lato James G Worts tho millionaire distiller who died heie some years ago She has large means own rightand is connected with some of the best families in the city AN OVER CONFIDENT SLUGGER The liotte BISMARCK N editor of the Tribune has received atelegram from M Dauphin president of the Louisiana State Lottery dated yesterday renewing the offer of the latter company to pay for the coatiuuing itslottery business in Dakota Ho measure be comes a law wewiiriperiect burorganization at once incorporating Bunder the act and pay the State treasury at A Raise in Rubber Goods NEW was learned author itatively thatat a mooting of tho rubber goods munuf apturers yesterday at which representatives of all tho rubber Doot and shoe the United States were represented Avasv decided to advance the prices and hoes and goods 10 ppr His WASHINGTON Goodwin twofierce was de elared winner on a one of liisv eyes be ng gouged out by i ROME iranolsco deal ytiroughbui How a Boasting Bruiser Was Knocked Out in Ten Rounds FRANKFORT Feb THIBITNE Dispatch Francisco Chronicle Ten hard rounds in a barn withina stones throw from the Presbyterian church early this morning The principals were George Bush of California and ahunknown from Now York who went by the name of McCarthy McCarthy has a record witn Bill Mabig Mike Boden and others Bush weighed 162 pounds and McCarthy 108 pounds McCarthy was quiteconfident and at the outset said to his opponent i 11 do you McCarthy won the first blood in the third round by a heavy blow on Bush s nose In thefourth McCarthy began to get groggy and lost his courage In the tenth round ho was felled to the floor and being unable to fight was Bush The purse was Both nica were badly punished Doctor Lorimer Prostrated CHICAGO Feb TRIBUNES Chronicle The Rev Dr Lorimer arrived in the city today from the East and was so ill that be at once took to ih is bed He was ad vised by to see as few as and this was the reason he refused to see a reporter Dr said that her father wasiu a very nervous arid prostrated con ditipu and physician had ordered Inni even his own y church Any reference to the Holy Yoke in cident tends to greatly agitate the not be ableto resume his duties as pastor of the Immanuel church f or some THE CZARS SIBERIAN ROAD Importance of the Russian Project as a portion of Mexican territory arc denied in official circles hero It is inserted that MinisterRomero and General Media the Mexican representatives in the Congress are both able statesmen animated by tho most friendly feelings towards tho United States and desire a continuance of the harmonious relations between all the Amer ican govern moms EFFICIENT BURGLAR WANTED VIEWS OF AMERICAN ARMY OFFICERS A Menace to India and Latter Government Ready for a Counter Whole World Interested in the TransSi berian Road NEW YORK Fob Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle is building a railway through Siberia to parallel tho Chinese frontier and virtually bring China within the range of her arma ments This is tho statement which has come from Europe and is full of signifi cance Practically tho whole world is watching Russias movements in Asia England for fear of IndiaGormany because of her Asiatic ambitions tho United States because of its menace to tho commerce of her great western shore Interviews have been obtained with Generals Sherman and Crook and with tho Chinese Legation as to the meaning of this new move At Washington but little information could be gleaned from the Chinese Legation about the extensive system of railroads pro jected to tho Pacific Ocean and closely paralleling the Chinese frontier You may rely on one said a member of tho Legaton Any railroad constructed by the Eusslan Government which touches or parallels our frontier at strategic points will bo met by equal railroad facilities on our ide so as to put the Chinese Empire on equal footing in so far us concentration of military forces or protection of her terri tory might be necessary Our Government has been considering for tho past two or three years the advisability of constructing a system of railroads to ttmto tho various provinces of tho Empire for commercial purposes as well as a possible concentra tion of military armaments It is under stood that such a plan has finally met with favor and it is not improbable that at an urly day our Government will begin to arry such a plan into execution but no foreign companiesor syndicates will be per mitted to ran railroads through Chinese erritory That would bo utterly out of the question Any railway system projected andbuilt on Chinese territory will bo con trolled by our Government and foreign gov ernments or individuals will not be allowed o have any connection therewith General Sherman said Russia knows what she is about in these railway activities have no doubt that in time ten or twenty years if not much sooner that Russia will iave a railway along her southern boun daries from tho Volga to tho Sea of Do you look upon such railway activities on Asia as military in their character and origin Not primarily They are mainly com mercial As our railroads and is anada built a railroad to reach the Pacific so Russia is building to reach her Pacific bor der will develop her possessions and will develop her commerce to bo able to bring oods by direct railway lino instead of sail ng them around Ceylon and by tho Suez Canal MajorGeneral George Crook when seen at Chicago said I will not pretend to say vhat Russias object maybe in building down o the Chinese frontier for the Govornmentof jho Czar keeps such things too close but it s see and appreciate the value of a railroad constructed in a southeasterly di ection from tho two great Black ind Caspian place there is second China in the third Turkey As the contemplated railways are o be built through a country that Is not de eloped a region that could not possibly upport railroads as they are supported in his country it is reasonable to presume hat they are to bo built for military pur oses An eminent diplomatist at Washington aid that this actionon the of Russia vill forceEugland to form a defensive alli 1100 with China or force Russia to make China part of her own territory An oflicer of the United States Army who ould not allow his name to be said ho great question was whether Russia in ended the first attack on China or India An Advertisement For a Competent and Reliable Crook NKWYORK Feb Dispute Jrancisco Chronicle English melodrama The Stowaway boost of a safeblowing scone in tho second act The part of the two burglas has been takei by Kiel McCoy and Spike Hennessey both eminently fitted for their roles as botl have done time for similar performance in reality Tho company is to appear a the Grand Opera House next week but un fortuualoly McCoy is detained at Man Chester by the police of that city who wisl him to explain his connection with ccrtai robberies which were committed In Mas sachusetts some few years ago Tho manager consequently isvevy nnxiou to secure a good reliable bank burglat and to obtain one inserted tins advertise me tit BANK CLASS MUS have Jonii and bo well up in nitr glycerine uid modern explosives Appl al8 in today to Thomas 1155 Broadwnj second floor front Among the firstwho called in answer an undersized man apparently about fi of age His hair was well sprinkled with gray Ho glanced cautiously jibou the ofticeand was very careful not to com mit himself in any way and it was after Davis fully explained what lie wantec and had submitted satisfactory that tho burglar would give any account of himselC He said he had dono seven year time in California for blowing the safe of San Francisco broker Ho gave his name as W F JSusigu but said hewas better known among his fellows as Scotty Morgan Hi favorite method ho said was to force quantity of gas from an ordinary bnrnei into the combination lock by a contrivance of his own and when ho touched it of tho door of the safe was bound to come Then there entered tho office two sneak inglooking individuals who said in a very timid way that they were not burglars themselves but they represented t very efficient bank burglar who was willing to make a They wcro told to send him along Mr Davis said he thought ho would en gage Ensign HER PHANTOM GRIME AT GOLLIK6STQN A Fanuington Man Supposed to Have Been Murdered Strange Hallucination of an Unfor tunate Young Heiress NEW YORK Fob Dispatch Francisco Chronicle past history of the handsome cosmopolite Miss Harriot Drury who was committed to tho insane asylum at ITIatbusb last week from Mmo Do Saussures home for girls has boon unraveled Sho is 33 years of age and is tho daughter of Erastus W Drury a prominent citizen of Fon du Lac who died fifteen years ago Her mother died in 1882 and her property which is of considerable value is in the hands of A G McDonald In the spring of 1S80 while traveling in Europe with some companions Miss Drurys hallucination of a phantom lover to which she had been for several years a victim ob tained such complete ascendency over her that her mind gave way and she became Ir responsible erratic and violent at times After an examination she was committed to a celebrated institution for the insane situ ated in Bremen Through tho interference oftho United States Consul she was shortly after released and wont to the home oi her aunt Mrs Sticgol at Laurel Md She got her head after a few months resi dence at Laurel that her aunt was her enemy and sho loft the house and was not again heard of until sho turned up at Mnie Do Saussuros house and applied fora homo Miss Drury has a half brother H H Drury at Grand She has always been Protestant FIGHTING FOR A GIRL A MEXICAN REFORMER and the Labor Question San l CountHatz Geman str uoteS by his Governnient to a reV jabbr questionv in England for ii witli the which1 obtains in The Legation at will Borlin a 1 meeting of the corppration oi fej llinir ienor Padro Declares Bull Fighting is Doomed CHICAGO Feb TRIBUNE an Francisco Chronicto a ear there will be no bull tights in the land f sun Senor Luis Padro said his evening in the Palmer Coming from a jxican the statement seemed remarkable enbr Padro is the owner of a paper in tho lexican Eepublic and for two years he has eonstrugglingto abolish tho sport of bull ghting At last ho has gained supporters nd they aregoing to kill bullfighting or ie in the attempt We havcbeen so said Senor adro that in the Legislature of Jalisco hediscussion was recently made tho order f theday That would have been impps ible a yearago While we are progressing o rapidly in every other way it would be ufui not to speak of this important ques jori Bullfighting evidencesno1 manhood and showsa degenerate organism The people of Mexico crown their bull fighters and yet dont know the names of their Neatest heroes Weexpect to stop these brutal exhibitions and so far we are as suredof considerable support Mexico without but thatis exactly what wo Want Buck NEW YOBK Feb San Fraucisco Chronicle roan agenient of the New York Baseball Club finding that Buck Ewing great catcher arid the Brotherhood leader in this city is not to be brought back to the fold by offer of thousands of dollars Vivenowadopted another plan and have sought the aid of the as it did some time ago in theease ofShortstop1 Ward United States Marshal this afternoon served Ewing with papers in an action brought by the Metropolitan Exhibition another name for the New York asking for a permanent injunction to restrain himfrom playing with any club other than New Yorksvirtually theWard figh over One Way Out of the Scrape Fob DispatchSan jrsiQcisaoCJironiele believed here that the proposes to get but of its scrape and avoid the charge of persecution by conniving rat the of of Orleans from the prison at Two Rival Lovers Engage in a Brutal Combat AKRON Feb Dis Francisco Chronicle News reached this city today of a bloody prize fight which occurred in Northampton township Vincent 20 the son of a prosperous farmer of Northampton and Henry 21 are suitors for the hand of the same girl They could come to no agreement and finally decided to leave the result to a trial of physical strength in the prize ring Fortytwo stubbornlycontested rounds were fought The battle lasted nearly two hours Neither man displayed much both were accustomed and were in good condition settled into a question ofendurance It was a game fight from beginning to close and neither inan at any time seemed to have a decided advantage Inthe fortysecond round both men were tired out and so groggy they could scarcely stand Their seconds pulled them apart and the fight daaw Both principals were terribly punished their faces being bruised battered and in bad shaped In the the question to have been settled by the1 fight is still un determined GORMAN WONT HAVE IT Clairvaux Curt or sS resentto The Australian System Would Im peril Democratic In terests ANNAPOMS TRIBUNE Dis Francisco Clironicle The ballot reform contest in the Legislature is There are several bills and mumerous amendments before the The original bill pre sented by the Keform League and based upon the Australian system has been so its fruiners would not recognize it The Senate today reported an election law which provides for a sepa rate ballot andwhile containing a few of the Australian is no more o a safeguard against fraud than ttiat under which ring now operates A registration law was also reported which is a worse system than Ihe present one Gor man says fcbeAustralian system of balloting is detrimental to Democratic success and his in Legislature will carry out his Canadian Retaliation OTTAWA A large number of vesselmen have petitioned Parliament to pass a law prohibiting tlio employment of any except British subjects as masters mates orengineers Canadain inland waters and thatfpreigneas be from entering CaTiada1 under Contract to perform labor is In retaliation for the United Statescntroact labor No More Glove NEW Febi TRIBUNE Dispatch SanvFrancLscb Referring THE BOLD BREAK OF YOUN6 CROOKS ADngo Robbed of His ifcs Affec A Prospective Stepmother Lippincott Shaved Lons List of Crimes STOX Utah IjTcb to Glrikson is supposed to have been murdered by parties unknown at about oclock this His home is in Farmington this Territory and his inten tion was to take the train out of hero last evening but he had been drinking consider ably during tho afternoon and evening and it is supposed he was delayed All night he had been carousing around tho saloons and was very drunk lie spent money freely at tho saloons and it is supposed a gang cf thugs had him spotted but waiteduntil tho moro sober freighters had gone homo or were sleeping in their accustomed places on the floor Then commenced the scheme for robbing tho man which ended in his murder The mans neck was broken and his face badly mutilated while tho pockets wero found empty Tho story Is told of the mau fall ing down and breaking his ucck but this is hardly bcliovcd although strenuous ef forts are being inatio to have all believe tliis During the night ho had trouble with one party still no suspicious are attached to him but time will tell The jury has been holding an inquest all the afternoon and adjourned this evening until tomorrow It is very hard to find out what evidence has been produced but without doubt some important arrests will bo made tomorrow It is now feared that quite a number of tho leading members of the bar will bo missing before morning In tho absence of tho coroner Justice Standing is conducing the inquest Your correspondent has endeavored to obtain the gist of tho evidence from him but lie is keeping mum until tho inquest1 is finished Several persons are very closely connected with this murder The man was murdered in front of Wilsons saloon and was carried into that saloon where ho is now lying awaiting the arrival of friends from Farm ington v RECKLESS SHOOTERS ARRKSXKD Last Sunday there was a beiweentwc drunken teamsters which re sulted in some reckless Jemmett promptly took the in ohaige when tho weapons were taken away from them and they were lockedupfor safe keeping DOMESTIC PEACE DISTURBED OnMonday a number of Dagos were in town arid ODO of them swore warrant charging the other with trifling with v his wifes affections and accusing of being caught in a compromising position Tho matter was finally settled without going to trial each having been satisfied SIX YOUNG JAIL BREAKERS Tbey Slug and Rob the Jailor But Tli eir Liberty is NEW YORK Feb Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle boys under seventeen years of age last night made an almost successful attempt to es cape from jail on Randalls Island only failed because they couldnjt find a oat to leave the island A tall goodlook ing boy squeezed through the bars of his ceil door shortly after midnight He carried a short iron bar in hishand and crept slowly toward the cell adjoined the one he left This cell the bar of iron he carried and ima boy stood by the side of the second one carrieda and in their stocking feet they crept towards Keeper Kctcham who sat nodding in his hair He awake Just they him and the struck lini on the head with the iron bar and club He fell to tho floor Theprisoners hen gagged him stole his silver watch and took his bunch of keys from his They then unlocked four other cells the occupants of which were waiting forthem ran along the corridors down stairsand ut into the yard Tbey then separated and t lisappeared among tho trees Another ceeper in making his rounds found vctcham on the floor witli7 blood pouring rombis cuts Ho investigated further and ound the open cells which tory of the escape The boys were caught it the edge Ketcham Not According to the Code NEW YORJC Feb San Francisco Chronicle Domild and George young Brooklyn bloods have quarrelled about a Toung girl Fessenden slapped McDonalds ace punched him in the eyes and gave him i pretty sound drubbing The immediate ause of the battle is said to have been that IcDonald wrote a lat and dispensing with the econd presented it in person liated ii Fessenden it him and then administered thef drub ling Thisirregularity pro j eeure led1 McDonaldto geta war rant lor essendens arrest on the charge of Frank Stevenson says not contend in any glove contests f orit is not an easy rip matter how great he may ber to a v tnd She Shaved Notes Tov PHILADELPHIA Feb Francisco Chronicle vas learned today ugitiVe wife of den City in noteshaving B the alleged defaulting f Glauniorgan Iron company der arrest charged forgeries amountingr io of his effects were seized ahda aminatiom iuadov of j thern shaved several drawn up by of respect for her
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