Salt Lake Tribune, March 1, 1890

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March 01, 1890

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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - March 1, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah 119 SALT LAKiE CITY UTAH SATURDAY MARCH 1 1S90 PRICE FIVE CENTS THE OPINIONS 6REEN The Western Union Magnate Opposes Wan aniakcrs Postal Telegraph A MILLION A YEAR FOR THE SEALS The Monopoly Goes to the American Commercial Company Charge Againnfc Commissioner KoosoveltrA Corrupt Postmaster Fob Wirulom has directed a to bo made with tho American Cojnrndfchil company ut Now York and Sari J president for tho exclusive of vVLling fur noals upon thu islands of St and St George Alaska for twenty years from May 1st This company made proposals for tho pilvllcjco The ono ucocptcd Ijy tho Secretary Is known bid No and dlflers Cram Mid other two In brlntf uri ollov conditions Among other things tlio company ugms sis far us jitay practicable and thclr Interests Mio dyeing and rnaikcLingor thcscalfiklns within In United Slates The annual revenue the GnvcrniiHMir lineor ilie lonsu on a husis of OIKS hundred thousand per annum will bo about a million dollars as against throe hundred thousand under MIC to Uio Company Following aro tJio names of of company Lloyd To vis Henry Powell Math las Meyer and Lillos all fjf Ban Francisco Albert Miller of Oakland David 0 Mills of New York are said to be members of tho company Tiio capital stool is A OflKKN1 A number of persons Interested in postal telegraphy assembled in Mio room of tho Instolllco Committoo this morning 10 listen to JJr Norvin Green of the Union Tolegrapli company Wunainalcor with bis assist AUorrioyOononil Tyner Gardner IhibbiUd and representatives of diUoreni telegraph companion were present hogan his by llsoiissing tlio merits and lonieritM of Ihu European government telegraph systems I To said while In Instances I hole charges wero lower Mian those in tho Uintod States they wero a Jlo presented a tablo showing that tho domestic companies had stations und sent over nies annually against stations mid messages in tho restoC winId hud more than half of tlio entire mile iigool MICworld Tiio Western Union con trolled luiielovenths of this business Us stock was held by persons in tlio United States 1ML ot those Groeu beltoved the linked States Government has no business with tho management of tho tele graph It could not bo nuumgod as chouply jt could riot do It and nono of the son dors of telegrams had asked It U was proposed to make tho at onehall of the cost nf tlio messages and tho would have to bo mudo up by tho who did Tiot uso tho tolo gniph Tlio rocoplsof the Now York oiTIco of tho Western Union included an nually Crow pool rooms and spottin A class of telegraph usera aro stock brokers and speculators and wore tho pooplo who wero to bo protected and in whoso Interest tlio people wore to bo taxed 1C tho Government wanted to go into tlio business It rhoutd buy tlio lines outright It should not attempt to fix lus Jng rates COLtlio existing companies That would not bo Ill itto tbo 500 stockholders of tho Western Union It would wood as many lines us aro now In existence to do thb busi ness The scheme presented was to go to 447 poslofTleos whero Miorc was froo do livorv and whoro there uro already ubuu faoIlltlOM This was tho way tho IostmaHterCKinoral proposed to supply tho needs of people Tills was tho wedgo a movement to braiik down the present companies and to establish ii emnplolo Government telegraph and against that he protested In Croon then mado a comparison bo Mvccm tho American and English telegraph systems maintaining that our rates in roullty into tho froo ad dresses uiul pignatures and tho enormous urea of territory oovorutl wero much lower than tho Knglish rates yo it was projuwod to lower rates arbitrarily still lower It would require miles of wire to sup ply a single to tho plaoos within tho rostmastertIenorarhi jihiii tindtorlo Mio business satisfactorily it would require at least miles oC wire At pross contracts tho rental oC this wire would ho Whoovor under took to do tho telegraph bnsluoss would do it at a loss In this country there wevo moro telograpix ollioes than postofHoos Tn tho older partof tho country they wore 50 per cent greater and yot Groat Uritaln owned hoth telegraph and post offices Bid that look as H tho Union was not keeping abreast of tho times In North Carolina tho Wesiorn Union had telegraph that did not pay 25 cents u day in jjross receipts At tho J47 places Jiainocl In tho IVwtnsastorCienoriirs plan us telegraph otlices tho Ciovoiumeut owned but 104 postolHco balUllnscs It was bocomlniT a question as to whether itnow profited tlio Western Union to continue its contracts with tho railroad companies Originally thoy wore sources of grout rovcmto but now tho railroad business wns increasing to such an extent that it was doubtful U tho tflosrapli company which handled thoiv business noo did not lose by tlio agreement Plio chairman asked how much of their business tho Western Union did in tho froo Delivery cities Gvoou replied that about 30 per cent i would cover it That business was moro largely speculative than tho remainder of their business us ib would include tho groat money centers oC tho country The chairman said that it vras proposed to pay tho operators out of tho 2 cont charge for tlio postage tamps Ifo would like to know what tho operating cost was Dr Groon replied that a close estimate placed it at a cents per message In oases of Ions distance messages It ran up to 9 Tlio average compensation lirst class operators was S75 por month Tho chairman wished to know tho rates suggested by tho PostmastcvGoneral comparedwith tho present rates Dr Green replied that generally thoy wero twofifths lower lu tho case of iongdis tauco messages thoy wero onehalf lower Tho average message was twentyone words including addresses and signatures It was preferable to continue tho system of free addresses to insure accurate delivery Un der tho English system whoro tho address was charged for tho addresses wero cramped and tho messages frequently failed in deliv ery To tho broad question to how the Post masterGenerals plan appeared to him as a business proposition Dr Groon said that of course it could bo carried out but tho business coxild not bo dono by tho Govern ment or by a corporation at a profit and somebody would have to make up tlio do ilclency Representative Grain wished to know why if tho bill was impracticable Dr Groon and the rest of tie postal telegraph companies appeared here to contend against it Dr Green replied chat It was a serious matter for them They did not wishto bo placed in competition with tho United States fTreasury Tho Government could afford to bear a loss Mr tho bill dont provide for will have to provide lo You will bo asked for an appropria tion within a year Mr Crain remarked that 1f no company would con tract with tho Government tho bill could lo them no harm The chairman this point intervened to say that Dr Groon did not appear at his own instance but at the request of thu committee but the doctor continuing his reply to Mr Grains query said Why is It that tho British Government had its tohjsiaph system for twelve or Jlf tcen years paying its operators half our salaries with a system placed in an open country in a small area thickly populated coKMng about onethird of tho cost of our system to maintain why vas it that that Government Iliad resisted the attempt to tho shilling rate and why had tho after resisting tho at for a year and a half finally agreed to only asiifjhtreduction Jfc ls because tho receipts of tho system lacked of paying tiift interest cm tho cost of the plant at per Mr Anderson referring to thelostmaster Gonerjirs bill said that it did not contem plate tho payment of largo salaries to oHl Dr Green dryly responded that if ho wanted to do telegraph business he would have to pay somebody to look after it ana pay them well too After all what mat tered It A salary of per unnum amounted to a charge of onelcnth of a cent in tho Western Union business If tho rates were adopted by tho Union Us receipts would just 000 000 below the expendi tures every yuan At this point tiio committee adjourned to meet tomorrow when Dr Green will con tinue his statement TJIK tISHKllIES KKGTIATJOKS Nothing can bo learned at tho State Dc patlriHint joncorning tlie fisheries question but outside ot tho Departrimnt it is well known that Government is in constant with tho Government t Great IlrlMan wirh a view to a sottlornont with Canada of the fisheries question and Is also n ago LI rig witli that in cidentally with tho Uuss Ian Government for art acknowledgment of tho jurisdiction of the States over Bohring In regard to tho former question ib Is under stood that tlio negotiations hnvo proceeded so far towards a settlement on basis satis factory to both Governments that tlio oper ation oC tho muilm vivendi allowing Ameri can flriherinoa license to purchase bait has beou extended indefinitely without any documentary formalities AN AKMY ATIMIOKIATION Elliti Koprcsontjifclvo Cutcheon from tho Oom mlttoc on Military AfTalrs today reported to tlio riouse tho Appropriation bill The total appropriation curiled by the bill is an increase over the appro priation for tlio current year of Tho ostiruates submitted by tho Department aggregated MO I IK ON 1IIK IjAltO QOKSTtON The Tlouso Conirnittco on Agrieulturo this morning resumed a hearing on the proposition tlio Tnanufacturo of lard and lard compound aud placo the under tlio control of the Internal revenue Rcpro Stcswart tho proposed and said tho Fanners Alliance of Georgia weru opposed to it W J Curtis ropresonting Fairbanks Slimmed up lul iu rnanufautuiers oC lud compound and W W Kltnball of Bos ton tiio eommittoo In bcluiK of tho promoters of tho proposed legislation Colonel Hzlgham master of tho National Grange Patrons of Husbandry also spoko in favor it AN ovKitOTijrjciotrs MEUTKNANT Miles has filed with tlio House Indian a statement replying to tho assertions of Lion tenant Kerinori of Gen eral Crooks stall7 in which ho says tho young officer was not authorized to speak for tiio Soevotary of War Besides General IMlloss Governor Woldoy of Ari zona Hod a copy of a resolution adopted by the Society of 1Ionecrs protesting against tho resolution of the House In his lottor transuilttinv tho resolution tho Gov ernor sharply scores Lieutenant Koimon for his ovoroltlclousnoss A COIUtUPT rOSTMASTKR Tho Civil Service investigation was ro nowod today Ono of tlio charges against tlio Commission considered averred that Iloosovolt scoured t lio appointment of Ham ilton Shldy to a place in tho census bureau wliou it was known that Shldy as secretary of tho board of local examiners at tlio Mil waukee postolHce had persistently and ro poatodly violated his oath of olHeo in mak ing falso and not reporting violations ot tlio Civil Service law Shicly thcro wero irrognlarl ties In tho Milwaukee postolllco which ho did heconsldorodhisdutytotho postmistor to bo paramount Tills postnias tniistoi1 was Patil appointodby the last ad ministration Shldy said it was mado a part of his duty under Paul to doctor tho records so as to make somo cortilicatioris tmproporly Paul had Croo access to all tho lists anil at times revised tho examination papers to change the percentage of the ap plicants arra NATIONAL IIKTJT Tlio estimated dooroaso of tho puolo debt during tho month was MADE THE CAMPUS HOWL Wliat College Students Can do When They Tiirn Themselves Loose Tho Kudo Interruption of Astronomical Professor locked Up nnrt Invited tsi Mtiko a Speech NEW YOUK Fob Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle stu dents of Rutgers College mado things howl Wednesday night A B ono of tho men who wore suspended for theft of tho clapper of tho college boll returned to college recently and tho students partly ftom a desire to colobrato this event and partly because thoy had kept quiet for over two woeks and touUl not stand it any longer resolved on a demonstration The trouble began when Professor Mcrri man visited tho observatory in tho evening tlio junior class to make observations Hardly had ho entered tho building when a mob of students collected on the campus and bogau pelting tho door Big stones were thrown on the roof and others wero carried up and then rolled down When tho professor attempted to come out to ascertain tho causo of tho trouble ho found tho door barricaded The students had blocked up tho passago and hold tho door shut Then they locked up Professor Shumway in his room and derided him by calling for a speooh As ho wns fast in his room his re marks wore not audible Tho janitor next received their attontiou His cartwas seized smashed into kindlingwood and burned on tlio eollogo campus Part of the college fence was also torn down Then tho assistance and renewed tho as but tho students wore again equal to tho occasion lassooing liim aud dragging him by tho neck all over tho campus and making off before they could be identi fied A banquet was hold at the Cafe Bates at which Wells and other students made speeches An attempt was made to gut a flush light picture of r the crowd as in criminating evidence against tho men but tills also fftilod and the students were jubi lant tho affair s Didnt Wait for the Law Washing ton thouegro who raped and murdered the of Alfred Hdrfcon con fessed his or i me jury ycs Last night he was taken from jiiil bya mob aridlynched LABOUCHERE OPENS FIRE lie Charges Salisbury with Criminal Con spiracy in the West End Matter KE SHIELDED ARISTOCRATIC FELONS Liably Intimates the Premier is a Jjiar and is Promptly His Request for un Investigating Committee is Denied LOJSTDOX Feb in tho Commons spoke to his motion of inquiry into tho Cleveland street scandal Ho do tailed tho facts of the The treas ury officials having a full knowledge of tho whole affair had refrained from prosecuting Ncweiniio and Vcck until Blackwood Sec retary for insisted upon talc ing action against his own subordinates Then finding themselves compelled to pros ecute these men the treasury officials de termined to prevent tho exposure from going any farther and tried to hush it up When Hammond fled to Belgium there was no legal difficulty in tho way of securing extradition but Salisbury through the treasury officials declaring ho could not ask Hammond went to America and in all this as to information and assisted through Newton solicitor for Lord Somerset Tho object of the Government was obviously to put Ham mond beyond the range of extradition When tho chief C polico reported to the treasury that evidence was in the hands of tho polico involving Lord Somerset and others tho treasury ordered the police to desist from watching tho case and Somerset obtained a horse guards four months leave uf absonee to enable him to quit the coun try But lie did not quit the country and boing informed of this through Sh1 Diichton Probyn stated that a warrant would bo but ho caused this decision to become known to Lord Somersets com manding whom this infor mation was conveyed to Somerset where upon Somerset He was not only al lowed to resign Ills comraissian and leave tho army as an honorable oiHceis but is at this momenta magistrate of two counties Labouchoro saidSalisbury and others had criminally conspired to defeat the ends of justice Therefore he asked for a com iniUoc to Inquire into tho allegation Wobslotv AUornoyGottOiul said he be lieved tho House would agree with him that there was not a shadow of foundation for these charges absurd to suppose that Salisbury or the treasury officials could have entered into prosecution of this case In conclusion ho said that ho himself had direct authority to contradict tho allegation that Salisbury had spoken to any ono re garding tho issue of a warrant Labouchcro said ho1 could not accept Wobsters assurance nor did ho believe denials wore obviously un true Tho chairman requested Labouchere to withdraw his words calling into question tho voracity tho Premier Labquchero cle clinod andthe speaker named him lor sus pension Upon division was carried by 177 to Smith demanded that the House express an Labouchercs motion Not withstanding its withdrawal tho House should say that tho motion was improper and the charges false The vote was against Labouchoios motion 103 to SO T P OConnor continuing tho debate said ho know name of Labonchores in formant and which Labouchere had offered to givo Webster and that it was one that carried conviction as to the correctness of tho statements that had boon made Smith asked OConnor to givo tho name in tho interest of justice OConnor declined upon tho ground that tho name had been imparted to hiie in con iidonco Other members having demanded a corn mi of inquiry Smitii on behalf of tho Government declined to allow persons against whom there was no evidence to be pilloried and gibbeted and perhaps ruined for life Tho chairman put Laboucheres amendment proposing of tho credit arid Smith mOvod tho closure This tho chairman declinedto put Discussion continued and finally under tho closure proposed by another member Labouchercs amendment was rejected Laboucheres suspension is for ono week A NEW STEAMER LINE Tho Northern Pacific Figuring for Asiatic Connection NEW YOTIK Dispatch San Francisco direc tors of the Pacifio Mail Steamship company at a mooting held discussed a proposition to run a lino of steamers from Tacorna to Asiatic ports in connec tion with tho Northern Pacific Kailroad This is withthe view of obtaining some of tho business which now goes to the Canadian Pacific It is said that tho Northern Pacific controls sufficient traffic to makosuch a lino highly profitable No decision was arrived at George Gould president of the Pacific Mall said after tho meeting that if satis factory arrangeinonts could bo mado with tho cfty officials of Tacoma for terminal facilities tlio project would probably bo car ried through C P Huntington of tho Central and Southern Sydney Dillon of thb Union Pacific who aro also directors of the Pucific Mail wore at the mooting It re mains to bo soon whether thoy will ihaltc any objectionto a plan which will give a profit to tho Northern Paoiilc Theytook no part in tho discussion yesterday is the friends of ern Pacific company that the proposed scheme would bring large profits to that company Aud it is somiofficially added that Pacific Mail is only ono of tho various important Honry Villard has in view for the develop ment of his Northern Pacific propcity THE EXPORT TRUST The Merchants of New Hit Upon a Happo Plan NEW YORK Feb Dispatch San Francisco ChronioU A plan has been hit upon by several merchants in Newark to largely Hbrease their export trade to Australia It is a scheme though jyoung is already a success and is San Francisco as here The plan is for the nianxi facturcrs of various different lines of goodsi to Tinito and form a7 exporting their company is to bo under andtlie jjiaaiii acturers tiake tockVin condir tions beingithat tho siunollne of business sTUall bo and that tlie oompfiny isliaU otthe goods three Delays sbipped The seller has holrisk and itne goods will be sold at manufacturers prices Each manu facturer in the trust will receive afc the orders for goods in his line the company to receives per cent commission on all sales By forming a trust of a variety of manu factures countries can be worked economi cally by one sec of drummers and in this way the cheaper rates of the English export trade can be competed with to advantage Among the firms which have adopted tho scheme are the following T H Howell patent leather T B Pedio trunk manufacturers Phineas Jones Co car riage dealers and carriage wheel manufac turers N J Demorest harness manufac turer and about twenty others of equal im portance Will Revolutionize Railway Travel ST Feb Ls reported that President Hill of tho Great Northern pro poses to run aline from Anaconda Mon tana direct toSan Francisco Surveyors of the Great Northern aro reported to have made a discovery which will revolutionize railway travel in tho northwest The dis covery consists of a break in the Rocky Mountains near Marys which thus opens the way into a rich and fertile country through which no road has ever penetrated MOTT STREET AROUSED The Chinese Gold Story Creates Ex citement Among the Laundries NEW YORK Feb Dispatch Francisco Chronicle CiIn Foo says tho Now York Chinamen are greatly excited just at present over tho re ports of recent discoveries of rich gold mines in North China Quite a number are expect ing letters from home containing inorq defi nite If satisfactory they will at once sail for China to bo ready to take up claims in tho new gold field Any nunir ber of Chinese laundries have already been advertised for sale in order that their pro prietors might raise tho necessary moans to get back to China Most all of these China men wore old California miners It is generally circulated among the Chinamen here that inasmuch as no Chris tians will be permitted by the Chinese au thorities to enter these now El Dorados it is tho intention of the big miningcompany which has recently ordered worth of stamp mills from Chicago to engage Chinamen who have had mining experience in California The chief operator of these mines is Tony Yi an old miner of Calfornia Ho was a prospector and the discoverer oJ tho now mines and it is believed ho will stick to his old California comrades by giv ing them tho first show WASTED ON THE DESERT AIR Blair Wants His Eloquence Diffused Throughout the Nation The Duty of the Press in Relation to Con gressional Proceedings Urgent Beflcicncy Bill Passed Feb Ingalls was elected VicePresident pro tcm and will officiate duringthe absence of VicePresi dont Morton in Florida Blair took the floor andsaid he a letter one of many complaining that the Associated Press and the newspapers of the country had failed to givo such reports of important matters of debate in tho Senate as would properly inform tho people tpuch the affairs in progress Tho letter in qiiestion referred to his educational bill said Blair is but a speci men of the general complaint through out the country that tho press to which tho Senate furnishes and tho Associated Press whose re porter has the privilege ofthe fail in the discharge of their important duties in wirir Tbo press has constantly intimated that the rea son of its alleged delinquency in not pub lishing such important matters rather than prize lights and dog lights is that my speech was not entertaining I have spent many thousands of dollars distributing my speeches and this would have been unneces sary had not the press been muzzled and in timidated and false to its trust in that re gard I have been told by responsiblenews paper men that the Associated Press has transmitted scarcely any of the facts which day after day have been placed before tho Senate and which should have gone before the people Oil the contrary the papers have been filled with falsehoods liesand misrepresentations of a grave character bearing on the merits of the anestion That cannot bo an accident The press should not cater to the worst side of humanity even if it supplies its owners with a little more cash Hawlcy said he knew the Associated Press performed its duty It sent ton every day quite a full abstract of the proceedings of Congress in both houses Hale and Hoar also spoke in the press the latter finding an excuse for the press in tho habit of Senators and Repre sentatives of preparing long written speeches and delivering them to empty benches Blair said however there was a demand for information which the press did not sat isfy There might be a provision mado for a general cheap circulation ofthe Con gressional Record The Senate then proceeded to considera tion of tho bill reported from the Committee on January granting pen sions to exsoldiers and sailors incapacitated for tho performance of manual labor and providing for pensions to dependent rela tives of deceased soldiers1 and sailors Davis chairinan of the Committee on Pensions addressed the Senate in explana tion of tho bill Tho annual expense under the bill would be dividedamoiig invalid pensions increase of existing pen sions widows of unpensioncd soldiers widows Svlioso claims were ponding or children of and children pensioned under pending bills Plumb offered a substitute for the second section which no pensioner would re ceive less than SO per moAth Moody spoke on the substitute arid Vest opposed the bill One of its inconsistencies w us that a pensioner who could not support himself by manual labor but who might by mental or Clerical work earn SoOOOi or ayear would be entitled to a pension uiider He also spoke of theun reliability of estimates and said that no man cou id within millions arid mil lions how much this It went over action The House bill for the appointment of two persons tjb represent the States m conference in reference to inter national passed Aclpouincduritil Monday j House WASHINGTON Feb After1 reading of the jourjnalthe into Committee of the Whole the bill Altcr discus TRAGEDY AT THE CAPITOL A Newspaper Man Shoots ExCongress man Taiilbee A KENTUCKY PULLS ANOTHERS NOSE And Gets a Bullet Thrcmgli His Head Turns the Tables on His WifeMurderers Con Most Atrocious Crime of dtlie Mexican war der ot tlie f erationjlof the ion wills WASHINGTON Feb the corridor of the House at noon today oxCongressman Taulbee was shot through the head by Charles Kiucaicl correspondent of the Louis ville Times Both arc Kcntuckians The trouble was caused by the exCongressman pulling the correspondents uoso for pub lishing certain statements in regard to Mm The shooting occurred outside the Capitol near the southeastern entrance to the build ing Taulbec was shot in tho head but it not known yet how seriously he is wounded Kincaid is slightbuilt inoffensive looking and if years of age 11 o was formerly j udgo of one of the Louisville courts His family is one of the best known in Kentucky The wounded man came from tho nioun tain districts of Kentucky is yo years old tall and strong but lean Ho soon became known in the House as a ready talker more on his feet than any other young member He had an immensely powerful and in the tumult which sometimes occurred in tho House could always be heard above tho rest Ho was a member of the Fortyninth and Fiftieth Congresses He has been taken to tho His wound is very dangerous Kincaid has been ar rested DTaulbeehas been removed to his board ing house It is feared the wound will prove fatal Kincaid is in tho police station a physical wreck from nervous prostration rocking to and fro and moaning Tho news of the shooting stilled all interest in legisla tion in the House The members gathered in the lobby and discussed the wild rumors flying Kincaidhad sent his card to see a member and was waiting when Taul boo came out and they met for tho iirst time since Kincaid sent to his paper the story of a notorious scandal about TauJbee The latter walkedup to Kincaid and spoke in a low tone It is said the lie passed Taulbec grasped Kincaid by the collar aud demanded that ho come out in tho corridor Kincaid said ho was unarmed and not in condition for a physical contest with his burly an tagonist They were separated by friends Half an hour later Taulbco came out of the house and was descending the dark marble stairway near the restaurant wlies ho met Kincaid Tho latter turned fol lowed and tapped him on the shoulder and as he faced about shothim without a word of warning The bullet entered the right side of the right eye Taulbee staggered down the stairs Ho was removed to a com mittee room and a physician called Kin no effort to escape and freely acknowledged the shooting Kincaid says that Taulbee had been hounding him lor more than a year past and hadseveral times insulted him He circu lated stories that ho was a coward and afraid to meethim These re ports in his nervous state so overwrought him that he hardly knew what he was doing He also understood that Taulbee had threatened him with1 violence Today he assaulted him and pulled his nose and ears and this was more than he could en dure Kincaid was seen byan Associa ted Press reporter tonight Ho said the statement that ho had ap proached Taulbee from behind and fired without giving him warning was false This statement is also denied by others who were near when the shot was fired It is stated by Kincaids friends that Taulbeo repeatedly assaulted him besides using ex tremely insulting language towards him the number of prominent people who called at the station this evening to offer aid it is evident that Kincaid is not with out friends At tho hospital a reporter was told by the doctors who are in attendance upon Taulbee that their patients general condition was quite favorable and he was doing even bet tor than could have been reasonably ex pected IT WAS AN OLD FEUD LOUISVILLE Feb had been a longstanding illfeeling between Kincaid and Taulbee without a definite cause as generally known This aggravated two years ago by Kincaid sending the Louisville Times for which a correspondent an account of unbecoming conduct between Taulbee and a female the Patent THE COLL1NSTON MURDER The Coroner to Rehear the A Reward to be Offered COLLINSTON Special tg There are no further develop mentsin the case of Hyrum Gleason who was supposed to have been murdered by thugs on Thursday morning Justice Standing had summoned a jury and was hearing witnesses bu it found that lie had gone beyond his given authority and the coroner will give a rehearing in the case tomorrow as sisted by the prosecuting attorney A lull account of this was published exclusively in Fridays Several persons went to town today probably some of more about the matter than they cared to tell brother ofthe murdered man reached here this afternoon and will take the re mains to Farmington for burial Saturday evening We understand a reward of S2000 is to be ofiered for the apprehension of the The deceased was a member of the Mor mon church and owned a ranch Hear this place where he had been for a time Sometime ago he was on mis sion for the church The evidence is very that the man was muidered TABLES Arrest Illegal and He Was Robbed hytlie Officers Jifsf Walton the Texas His ST under oath stating that he would make tho most searching investigation into the arrest and treatment of the prisoner even if it took throe months This defiance Oi tho court in holding back Waltons gold coin is likely to result in serious trouble to tho Montreal officers with their at tempt to induce the chief of police to disre gard a supreme judges habeas corpus order and let them carry off the prisoner to Mon treal has aroused public indignation Silcott Reported Arrested PORTLAND Feb report reached here this evening that Sheriff Delger of Winlock arrested Silcott tho defaulting cashier of tho SergeantatArms of tho Houseof Representatives this afternoon at Toledo a town on the lino of tho Northern Paoiilc betwoeen hero and Tacorna Tito re port states that Silcott has been palming off as an engineer in the employ of tho South ern Tactile company Sheriff Delger started for Chehalis with the prisoner A Jurybriber iu Mexico CJUCAO o Feb Pinkcrton reports that while in Texas a fovr days ago ho met an old Chicago gambler who told him that he had seen John Graham tho missing Cronin jurybriber near Chihuahua Mexico Tliinlcs the Strartgler Suicided MONTREAL Feb correspodent from Manvillo states that a man answering tho description of Eyraud tho Frenchman wanted for the murder of GoutTe the Pa risian bailiff has committed suicide there A Wife Murderers Confession BIRMINGHAM Feb 28 Richard Hawes a wife murderer was hanged at oclock Ho stated on tho gallows that John Auley did tho killing and was paid by him for tho same The Southern Pacific in Guatamala CHICAGO Fob tho civil engineer who constructed tho railroad in Guatamala which It is said is to bo car ried across the country from ocean to ocean said today that he had received reliable advices that it had boon purchased by a syndicate of wealthy American capitalists believed to be the owners of tho Southern Pacifio railroad Ho thinks tho Southern Pacific company is really tho purchaser It is understood that tho work of completing the road across the country will coinmcnce at once Bannisters informant is of opinion that 0 P Huntington suggested and arranged for the transfer of the property YANDERBILT FAMILY SKELETONS An Insane Widow and Her Claim on the Estate Tho Pauper Relict of tlio Commodores Grandson Sues tho Poverty Stricken Cousin Provided For NEW YORK Feb Dispatch Francisco Clironiclc skeleton in the Vanderbilt closet has come to light Mrs Katheriuo Frances Allen iwc Lockman who claims to be tho widow of Commodore Cornelius Vanrlerbilts grandson William B Allen is an inmate of the pauper insane asylumon BJaekwells Island Her friends wished to have her placed comfortable quarters in sonic private insti tution but Allens children refused to render her aiiy assistance Allen was a son of Ettlirda Allen Avho was a sister of Commodore Vanderbilt He en joyed during his lifetime the Income of a trust fund of created by his mother and had he survived her he would have been entitled tx a distributive share in the trust fund of created by his grandfather and in which his mother had a life interest Commodore Vanderbilts daughter is dend and it was for a third of the sum Allen would have received from this trust that Mrs Katherine Allen has begun legal pro ceedings TheVanderbilts offered Mrs Allen a petty sum to compromise which she refused to take Her mind lias broken down since the proceedings were instituted She lived with Allen constantly for several years and nursed him much of tho tirue as he was an invalid Though some of the Vauderbilts kept aloof from her others recognized her of Allens income was paid to her for use on their joint account his habits of wild speculation rendered it unsafe to leave money affairs in his hands As ib was they were sometimes painfully embarrassed by a lack of funds Their baggage was seized by one hotel keeper and Mrs Allen was unable to get any of 3ier clothes until the money had been obtained to pay the bill The other children of Mrs Allen claim the young woman was not his wife A POVERTYSTRICKEN COUSIN MILWAUKEE night or rather early this morning a reporter suc ceeded in finding the povertystricken rela tive of Mrs William H Vanderbilt who has been vainly searched for by an agent of tho Vanderbilts and Superintendent Frell son of the associated charities here He was living in a room attached to the Young Mens Christian Association lodging house aud his name is Lambert H Kissam He is about 55 years of age and lias always been too proud to apply to his relations for aid although he has great deal by reason of his poverty Mrs William Van derbilt first learned of his whereabouts through an item wliich was sent to her by a friend of thefamily in Chicago She sent an agent to Milwaukee to look him up The agent was unsuccessful and had given it up when tlie reporter two hours of located the penniless sprig of the Vanderbilt tree He is a cousin of Mrs Vanderbilt who was the daughter of the Rev Jacob Kissam pastor oT the Dutch Eeformed church at Sandy Hill N Y He will be cared for at once and will probably never again be in want Doat AVant tfce Whisky Trust Feb Dispatch San Francisco Chronicfc English syndicate story of huge proportions sprung on public in a local paper thismorning erroneous It was stated that negotiations had been practically completed foivthe transfer of a the great Whisky Trust to a Mr DePey er rep The Messrs AVooluer members Trust who were said to the deal for their that there was no foundation for thestory probably get is the control of brew cries inPeoria TheKaisers IjatoorConference autOiorities counsel turned resuiar oiitput fcoar by be awarded the m subjecting terjiational f labor and oUildrfiri f rom WaHori took tho coiir to Page JSs jewelry afi L J3 rl1tfTiia O IJV O n THE MASTERS OF THE CUE The Wizard Gives an Interesting Exhibition of Billiard Science THE VICTORS OF YESTERDAYS GAMES Scientific Boxing Match Between Girl Acts as Referee at a Finish Hundred Round Figiit vr YORK Feb San Francisco Chronicle larg est audience of tho week gathered at Chick cring Hall last night to witness tho eleventh game in tho handicap Baileeline billiard tournament The contestants wore Schaefer and Daly the former playing tho fourteen inch and tho latter tho eightinch line Particular interest attached to this contest because of the feeling of enmity which tho players aro known to bear toward each other Schaefer after making G missed Daly could make but i Schaefer then rolled up 87 and Daly missed Daly so cured 35 in his half of third inning Sehaefer soon had the balls running smoothly at 50 the audience cheered and at 100 fairly shouted It was a line start so early in tho game Schaefer 111 and then missedan easy cushion draw leaving the balls safe In his half tho sixth innings Daly held tho balls beautifully making 102 entirely by lino nursing Schaefer followed with 55 Daly enmo up smiling with a wellnursed run When he reached his fortyeighth shot tho red ball and the spot ball wore frozen Ho at them and tho referee decided that he made a Schaefer objected claiming that Daly had only struck ono ball and a heated discussion followed between tlio play ers The referee would not allow tho claim Daly proceeded but missed a difficult Schaefer mado U in his eleventh inning when the score stood Schaefer 302 Daly 202 The Brooklyn man ran 40 From tbo eleventh to tho twentysecond inning doable figures wore scored only twice both times by Daly who mado 16 and 12 respec tively in his sixteenth and seventh innings AiiNihe twentysecond tho score stood Scbaofor 325 Daly 202 In his next inning Schaefer ai last found the balls and proceeded to make one of the prettiest nursing runs of his life 114 points wero scored when the Wizard failed to count on a hard masse shot Ho Jiad it all his own way for tho rest of tho game winning by 134 points Best runs Schaefer 1U UL4 S7 55 Daly 10J 51 45 Averages Schaefer IS 23 Daly 11113 Hoiser and Ives both oightiinch men played in tho afternoon and tho game re sulted in an overwhelming victory for the young western expert whoso average of twentyfive is next to tho best yefc made Heiser played a miserable game throughout but Ives broko his heart by scoring 105 points in tho opening inning and following it up with a run of 51 in the Score 500 Heiser 109 Bcsfc runs 105 75 70 53 52 51 Heiser 47 30 25 31 Averages Ives 25 Heiser 10 910 YESTERDAYS GAMES NEW YOEK Feb the billiard tournament was played afternoon between Daly and Hcisor on thej eightinch Bailee lino Score Daly 500 average 310 Heiser 102 average 91543 Time 3 hours C minutes Tbo evening game was between Slosson and Catton tho former playing the fourteen and tho latter the sixinch Balko Score Slosson 500 Cafcton 267 Hlghestt 04 88 Catton 90 67 Aver ages Slosson 19 G23 1725 CHINESE SLUGGERS Hard Kickers tout Not Much on the Strike NEW YORK Feb Dispatch Francisco Chronicle Last evening for the first time in New York probably the United States a scientific boxing match between Chinese was wit nessed The two men were Ah Giang and Foo Jung recent importations Ah Giang is a champion lightweight in his native country They fought without glovesand used both hands and feet in gaining points When Jung would kick Giang in the Giang would poke Jung in the side Both were fantastically arrayed in Eastern garb Neither showed any part of their body but their hands Two mattresses wero used to prevent their being hurt by fall ing The idea on the part of the con testants seemed to be to avoid as much as possible hitting each other Every once in awailethey would forget themselves and land a slap on the other fellows face or neck body Every time Tung received such a whack he would put his hands to the place struck and his face would assume a most surprised look Several times when one of the Chinese would get thrown ho would give a kick that sent his adversary in turn on his back Giang seemedto bo the quicker of the two with his feet and hands There were four rounds at the end of which both combatants seemed to be pretty wall winded WITH REFEREE Two Rival Xovers Fight Seven Rounds to u Finish NEW HAVEN Francisco Chronicle John L Powers and Henry L Schab youth ful rivals for the hand ofa girl settled their differences in tho prize ring early this girl over wliom they fought acting as referee Tho ring was pitched in the bar room of Smiths Hotel and a purse oL by the spectators ers and had the advantage ofa reach but up to the twelfth round the worst of the rv closed and the facesof the effectsof the hard blows they had At the beginning of thirteenthfouna Powers showed signsof fought pluclvily till ths close of seventh round when he Daring fthe flghfe the ttfe work of botliconr testants tho close of authorities of East warrants for the arrest of referee ;

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