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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - March 5, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah n J JL The best advertising me dmm in all the interior and moimtain region T Circulation that of all other Dailies in the city combined VOL 123 THE MINES SPECIALS The Vandcrfiilt of Mexico and His fflauuuotii DndcrtalinfiS LOUIS HOLLER AND HIS BALBOADS A Wyoming Preacher and His Un righteous is AflMctccl with Mental Strabismus ScsHioiiH Abolished ly the Wyoming IjCirisluture Is pledged to tho interests of all their coun trymen instead of to tliu furtherance of the Interests of a fow who seek to pervert gov ernmental powers Tor their enrichment It was never nearer fundamental principles than In its contest for tarilV reform It cer tainly adds to thesatisfaction with which wo labor In this to bo assured that in our efforts we jiofc only servo our party but all The people of the The Bishops Ignore the Charges CHICAGO March Bishop Bowman of the Evangelical Church has becrUnformcd that the allegation made against him is to be at a mooting hero tomorrow night It is understood he will ignore the entire matter liishop is diking sim ilar actkm regard Jui tho proposed trial at Mareii flth In the oflicial church paper tills week both bisliops notices that they will consider thornsolvss under no charges legally and rightfully brought SA1T LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY HOEETNG MARCH 5 1890 CANADA YEARNED FOR HIM A Mexican VandorbiIts Projects CincAfio March to Louis Ktillof tho Mclcan Vandcr bilt leaver here today for Germany to con clurto negotiations with the German Govern ment arid several big Gorman syndicates by which immense tracts of land in the Stato of Chlhuhua Mexico will bo colonized by German Imnugrants fuller owns somo three million and a half acres In Chihuahua and has boon tho first owner of all tho ex torisf vo grants given by tho Mexican Govurn muritduririg tho last decade Tho enterprise favored by Bismarck Prince TTohcnloho IH at tho head of tho syndi cates on tho other sido 1 fuller Kays tho Government arid private companies in Germany favor Investments In America Ho inade partial arrangements for lands in Chihuahua when in Germany a few IIKO Now ho goes over to close tiio llu says tho German Government has fo much faith in Mexlto that l han offered a r loan of thirty million dollars to pay subsidies on her railroads Jfullors rail road from Doming New Mex ico to tho coal Holds of Mexico Is nearlng completion Several American capitalists are interested in tills lino It will tap the only anthracite coal fields on tTic Pacific coast arid it Is claimed tho coal can bo landed at San Francisco for per tori loss than the present cost The road will also develop some ml which havo been for years under tho proroguing law Preacher Strabismus OUKYKXNK March to TttiB Benjamin Staunton tho tal ented of an independent church at Douglas is boforo tho people again suit for divorce from his absent wifo was denied and lie has appealed to tho court to collect SSOO back pay duo from tho trustees rjt his salvation store Sttiunton was banished from tho East four years ago Sinco that lirnoho 1mslaid low in a now and rough town If Is connection with u Brooklyn church ceased when ho was con victed of abusing his wito and sustaining unrighteous relations with a choir lady Staunton Is a brilliant fellow oC varied ac complishments Somo of sermons are epics worthy oC embalinent but ho seems to havo an incurablo case of mental strabis mus More Irish March Tho land bill which will bo introduced by the Government provides for Stateaided emigration and abolishes land courts and commissioners A Mystery that the Senators arc Unable to Fathom ARGUMENTS IN THf NAGLE CASE and including operators other basis would be tha rates would be for a hundred miles 15 cents above five hundred miles and east of the Mississippi 25 or ISO cents west of the Mississippi 25 or 3C cents between the 85th and 105th parallels 25 or 30 cents with 50 cents as the maximum A Confliction Between State and Federal Court of Inqiiiry ibr Cruiser to Tbe Jjaunched SOME STARTLING DISGLOSOBES Tho British Governments Offer for Jcrjurecl Testimony LONDON March tho Commons to day Lookwood Homo It u lor resumed de bate on Gladstones amendment to Smiths motion that tho House adopt tho Parnoll Commissions report Jlcsald hosnpportcdtho amendment because It was absolutely and literally true Mr Mathows Home Secre tary contends the amendment was only parr of the truth He stated with passionate and inflammatory aj no Lives that the Govern ment simply proposed to record findings both for and against the Parnellifccs in order to simply express a condemnation in which all shared of the falsity and foul origin of tho charges which had been dis proved He accused Gladstone of laying down tho dangerous and disastrous doctrine thai tho land ucl of 1881 had been passed on account of the agitation of tho League just as ho declared in Middlothlan that the Clorkemvell and of a policeman ub Manchester had brought tho disestablishment of tho Irish church within tho of practical politics Harrington Nationalist said that while the Commission sitting a conspiracy was in progress in which tho Ministers were deeply involved to obtain perjured evidence destroy tho character of the ParnclUfcos Ho road a series of telegrams to tho Times agents in America with reference to Miilon and Sheridan AttorneyGeneral Webster denied having over soon any of them Then you were betrayed by your col said Harrington and Lhoso tele grams proved a conspiracy deeper and fouler than anything proved against tho Parnellllos proceeding to show that tho Governznent was liehind those Harrington read a telegram addressed to one Johnston In New York to 1ho oJleet that tho British Consul was authorized to givehim the names o the informers Ho road further telegrams showing that even after AttorneyGeneral Webster had apologized for tho forgeries of the Times ho still ou March Me Calla commanding tho United States steam ship ab tho Navy Department tills morning had an interview with Commo dore Ixamsay ahici of tho Bureau of Navi gation Ho referred to the newspaper charges of cruelty and oppression on his part during tho last cruise of the and requested that a court of inquiry be ap pointed to investigate his conduct during tho entire time that he had been in command of that vessel CommodoreHarnsay laid tho matter before Secretary Tracy and tho lat ter deckled to grant the ofHcers request While tho details for the court are not finally determined upon ib will no composed of RearAdmiral L Kiniberly Commo dore W P McCann and Captain O P Stan ton ANOTHER pANAMWMCAjr PICNIC The Secretary of State has extended to the delegates to the International American Conference an invitation to take a trip through the Southern States similar to the west lastfall immediately upon ad journment of tho conference TTARX THE PQACJIEHS The President will issue in a few days a proclamation warning persons against entering tho waters of Ben ring Sea within the dominion of tho United States for the purpose of violating Section Revised Statutes relating to the taking of furbear ing animals THE XATIONAIi JHLITARY PARK The military committee of the House by unanimous vote adopted Lansings favor able report on tho Grosvonor bill establish ing the Cliickamauga and Chattanooga National Park A HighlyRespected Young Man Car ries off Sixty Thousand A WAR AGAINST NEGRO SETTLERS Secret Sessions Abolished March to Turn upper braueh of tho elovent Legislative Assembly today abolished tli rtilo requiring nominations for TerrUoria olllees to bo received atul acted upon in ex octiMvo session Soven Democrats and on Kopubllcaii voted for open eonsideratiot ami four voted against It Tho irresolution was introduced by Colin Hunte of this county Ho is a Scotehmun who caino out hero years ago Tho action of tho Senate is tho talk of tho town tonight Governor Warren sent four nomi nations to tho upper brunch today Their consideration was postponed to a stated ho in Thursdav WANTS TO POSTPONE IT Mcdill ThinkH tho Worlds Fair Should Bo Hem in NEW YORK March Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle will ralso for tho Worlds Fair in 1SD2 and tho National Government should appropriate as largo a sum to assist said Joseph Mcdill editor of tlio Chicago Tribune at tho Windsor Hotel yesterday Wo would have been willing had Now York won tho fair that Congress should havo appropriated as much as sho herself put up This is to a National affair arl it should receive as much help from the Na tional Government as from the city whore it is held The Paris Exposition had the aid of tho Government in addition to private subscriptions Wo want tho National Gov ernment the States and oltlos to help us make our fair a success in Chicago Tho Paris Exposition cost over Over tho cost will bo nearly double that sum dont want to say that cant get ready by but wo can get ready in throe years if Congress gives tho surn I havein Then you do not propose to hold tho fair in HS92 would bo ridiculous to open tho fair six months earlier in Mio year than Colum bus discovered America Iu May and Tune he did not even know ho would get the necessary assistance to muko tho voyage Ho did not start until August and did not land until October 1Jth Tho fair should not bo opened xintil tho anniversary of tho date of discovery October is too late in our climate to open tho fair It should bo postponed until say May Wo should have a big celebration fa October 2S02 and wo would want Ohauncoy M Dopow to como out and make us a speech Wo would want Tom Plait too because ho seems to bo a protty good friend of dcavorod to proeuro evidence through Sher idan to establish their authenticity He was offering as as as a bribe for perjured testimony Harrington de clined to say how ho obtained the telegrams unless a cmnmltfcoo of inquiry woro granted in Avhich caso more would bo forth coming In tho Lords today Lord Salisbury re plying to a question asked by Lord Beau champ said As tho 3oport oC tho Parnoll Commission deals with imputations against members of tho of Commons it Is natural that that body should deal with It first As an acLoC coxutosy wo will allow tho Commons to take whatever action on tlio report it may think boat before wo take a Salisbury further said ho did not soe why tbo action of tho Lords should differ materi ally from tho Commons Why Certain Canadian Railway Pro jects Were Defeated OTTAWA March railway cora inlttoooi tho Commons today considered bills to incorporate tho North Kootonay Eallway company arid tho West Kootonay Railway company Tho first is to build roads from the mouth of tho Pond dOrclllo river connecting with tho American system of railways north to Nelson or Kootouay lake and tho latter is to build a road to Kofctlo river on tho boundary lino con necting with tho railways of tho United States and west by way of Rock Crook and Osgood lake to tho mouth of Frazer river A lengthy discussion ensued Sir1 John McDonald read a note from 1rosldont Dona hue of tho Canadian Vacilic saying that tho road south would take all the minerals of country into tho United States and tho Canadian racUio Railway eompany ntoncled to build a lino from Nelson to con nect with tho Arrow lakes and curry thcso ores north Both bills Avevo then thrown out Tho Rate War KANSAS Cm March a meeting of ho TtmisMissrmrl Tassonger Association oday tho Missouri Pacific exploded ornb that may disrupt the Association It nnouneed a rate of S10 between Kansas City and Pueblo and between St Louis ml Kansas City Tho concession of this nto by tho Association was vigorously op posed by tho Santa Fo ard Rock Island The Missouri Pacific representatives said tho rate would go into effect immediately whether tho Association made any conces sion or not Tho meeting adjourned with out nofiion Trotting1 Horse Sale YCUK March great trotting stock salo of C 1C Hamilton today was Quito successful Tho best sales Fcro Hno by Kentucky Prince sister of Box SSfiOO Automatic twoyearold bay colt sired by Mombriao King and Senorlta threeyearold bay filly by the same sire The New YbrJc Beauty Married NKW YORK March Mabel Wright only daughter of George Curtis Wright was married this afternoon to Fernando Del Vallo af 700East Thirtyfifth street The ceremony was witnessed only by tho brides parents nnd half a dozen friends Rev Dr John R Paxton of tho West Fortysecond street Presbyterian church Tho couplo will sail on the Teutonic tins week for Europe Union Pacific Steamers POIITLAXD March pro viding for a monthly lino of steamers be twcon Portland and Asiatic ports wore oxo cuted yesterday in San Erancisco by tile Union Pacific railway officials and Frank Upton of Japan Tho first steamer is an nounced to arrive here in Juno with tho now tea crop Canadian Independence in 92 MONTREAL March reported that plans havo been quiotly perfected in this city organization to work systemati cally for Canadian independence The ex pectation is to it to pass in 1S02 at tho commemoration of tho four hundredth anniversary of tho discovery of America More of Clevelands Reforms INDIANATOMS March a moot ing of tho State Tariff Reform Loaguo to night a letter was read from ExPresident Cleveland in which he says In part Though ray letters to Democratic nnd tariir reform assemblages lately have been frequent I cannot deny your ro q say a word of1 oncouragnicnt to reform The Democratic party as tho party of thopcsoplo is opposed to selfish themes tho publicgood end Will Not Employ Them Again PiTTSBtma March striking switch men of tho Pittsburg Lako Eric yards hold a conference this morning and unani mously docldod to discharge all of the strikers and said they would not bo em ployed again Tirard PAIIIS March Minister Tirarcl is sick ami yill A NEW CKUISEE IlEADV Charlcn Cramp tho Philadelphia ship builder has informed the Secretary of tho Navy that tho cruiser Newark will bo launched on St Patricksday TilE CASE ARGUED The Supremo Court chambers wero filled today with an audience which listened at tentively to tho arguments in NagJos case arising out of tho shooting of David Terry last summer when in the act of committing an assault upon Judge Field of the Supremo Court All tho woro present ex cept Justice Fioid Tho argument was opened by Zach Montgomery in behalf of tho appellant Sherill Ounninghanij from whoso jurisdiction Naglo was discharged on a writ oil luibnas corpus issued by the United States tho ground that ho was an officer of tho United States being a Deputy Marshal engaged in tho performance of his duty of protecting a Justice oC tho United States Supreme Court and could not be imprisoned by tlie State authorities Montgomery saidit was the contention of the state authorities that tho solo question to bo brought was jurisdictional and there fore anything bearing on Naglos guilt or Innocence was irrolclcnt IIo reviewed tho leading points in the ovidonco The chicit featuro of this review was that it was not in the purpose of Nagles appointment to havo him use his official authority to prevent a broach of tho peace but to have him resent forcibly any affront put upon Justice Field Montgomery maintained that unless there was specific statutory authority for thoinstructions given Naglo to accompany Justice Field there was no authority for his release by the United States Circuit Ho nialntttijuod this upon tho authority of Section553 Revised Statutes that tho writ of habeas corpus should not extend to a prisoner unless in custody for an act dono in violation of a law of tho United States If It wero true that tho act was justifiable homicide and necessary for tho protection of Justice Fiold then thoro need not bo any fear that tho State would not acquit him But it was for tho State to decide on this point AttorneyGeneral Miller who followed on behalf of the United States said he would baso his argument on two propositions it is tho duty of the executive department to protect the judiciary of tbo Government under tho Constitution tho itidiciary being in abeyance to tho execu tive it is tho duty of tho judiciary depart ment to sit in judgment upon tho acts of its officials in performing thoir duties in ac cordance with tho Constitution Ho quoted from tho words of Secretary Bayard that tho Inherent right of tho Gov ernment to enact and enforce laws gives it tho power to protect its servants in their actions Tho AttornoyGonoral argued his case upon this line Tho proposition advanced on the part of tho was heresy as old as the government which has boon refuted times without number in Congress and upon the jattlofiold that it was this same argument ihat tho executive had no power except such as was specifically granted by tho legislative department that used before tho war to deny tho power of tho Govern ment to coorco tho sooecling States Justice Bradley interrupted the Attorney General in tho course of his remarks with tho question With what force shall tho President ex ecute this power of protection of which yoi speak suppbssing tuo Marshal had no sufliciont force for tbo purpose a posse in tho first instance and if that was not sufficient with the army and navy Justice he has aright to aid all citizens of tho United States in main taining tho laws and protecting the institu tions of tho Joseph Clioato of New followed AttorneyGeneral Miller as one of the coun sel for tho Government opened his argu ment with tho statement that over since tho beginning of tho government tho people oJ the United States had rested on the convic tion that they constituted tho Nation that within its limits tho Government was sover eign and supremo and that it had within itself all tho powers and facilities to fulfill its own func tions and accomplish its own purposes In doing thistho Government was not sub ject to hindrance or iTitorforonco by any power or powers whatever The Government had tho power as it had tho duty to secure tho performance of tho Government obliga tions and to protect its servants and agents in doing tho duties entrusted to them For tho first time in two years the people were now mot with the startling contention that a Justice of tho highest court of the land was lot entitled to tho protection of theGovern Yiout iu going from ono place to another on lis circuit Choate had not concluded his argument when the court adjourned A PUUMC BUILDING FOR Rcprcsovitativo GiiTorci from tho Coin nittcb onPublio Buildings today reported favorably thoSenate bill for tho erection of a public building at Portland with an amendment reducing tho appropriation from GIVE A SUGAIl BOUNTY Tho Republican members ofthe House Committee and Means arc deter mined sugar free and give a bounty of two cents per pound on domestic sugar Tho tarifl is practiccally completed FAVORS TELEGRAPH L H Bates of Now York repesenting ho said a number of gentlemen interested in postal telegraphy addressed the UNITKD STATES JUDGE CONFIRMED Tho Senate confirmed Henry Caldwcll to bo Judge of the United States Court for tho Eighth District EXECUTIVE SESSION SECRETS For live hours this afternoon behind closed doors tho Senate discussed tho subject o executive sessions Dolpb from the specia committee submitted a series of resolutions directing tho committee to again question A J Halford and G G Bain representa tives of the Press Association and Guthrlc of the New York Herald Scckciidorf of tho Tribune and Do Puy of the Times as to their sources of information and upon a second refusal to answer to proceed against them for contempt The resolution was supported by Dolph Wilson Iowa and Harris who argued that it was incumbent upon tbo Senate to vindi cate its authority and dignity by this course Moody Pefctlgrew and others took strong grounds against the resolution Toller offered a substitute for his resolu tion proposed last spring for the considera tion of oxecivtivo nominations In open ses In this ho was supported by No conclusion was reached The discussion will bo resumed tomorrow In tho coarse of debate it developed that some supporters of tho resolution held to the opinion that tho recalcitrant witnesses wero guilty of sedition in defying ono branch of tho legislative department of tho Govern ment An Organization to Keep Colored Boomers Out of the Cherolcee Will Probably A Murderer Arraigned UNRESTRICTED RECIPROCITY Report of the PanAmerican Com mittee on International Trade WASHINGTON March PanAmeri can conference has adopted tho report of tho committee on international law Tho com mittee on a customs union made majority and minority reports today The majority say the establishment of a customs union as generally xinderstpod would reqiiue not only a partial sacrificeof the national sovereignty of American nations but more radicnl changes in their respective constitutions than they are willing to accept The majority believes thk principle of unrestricted recip ocity is acceptable and that its adoption would bring as favorable results as those obtained by freetrade among the different States of the Union On this basis however the majority deems it impracticable as a continental system at present Unrestricted be obtasned gradually A first step is the negotiation of national reciproci ty treaties whereby each nation agrees to remove or diminish its respective import duties upon some of the natural or manufactured products of ono or moro of tlie nations in exchange for similar and equivalent advantages If goodresults should follow as expected the listof articles might be enlarged from time to time which wouldallowthe contracting nations to reach unrestricted reciprocity or free trade among some or all of the Americannations The minority Alfonso of Chili and Pino of tho Argentine present a differ ence of opinion in regard to the terms of tho report and recommend a rejection of tho whole subject These delegates it is said felt that as long as the United States lays a tariir on wool the principal article produced in their countries reciprocity Avould not benefit them LOUISVILLE March H Pope teller of the Louisville City National Bank a trusted employee a man of seemin good habits and a frequenter of tho best social circles of this city is gone His absence at tbo bank yesterday morning at first excited no suspicion as it was sup posed he tho country detained by tho flood When no word was received at President Pirtlc Vicepresident Leech and Cashier Parker became suspicious They opened the vault and a hasty ex amination showed between and missing ail in large bills It will require a careful examination to state the entire amount that Pope took withhim It was learned that Pope had left Saturday night for Chicago It is supposed that he spent Sunday with his brother Samuel Pope there and left in tho afternoon for Canada Ho has been leading a Dr Tekyll Mr Hyds life for some years as many of his boon companions are aware At his rooms on Jefferson street ho frequently gave fiuo suppers to tho young men of his class and fast women Ho gambled and was known as a lie was fre quently drunk over night but wasalways at bis desk promptly The bank officials state that the amount of the robbery is They think ho carried that amount away with him TAUMHSES CRITICAL CONDITION WASHINGTON March Taulboe shot by correspondent Kincaid Friday is very dangerously ill the case laving changed for the worse Dr Boyno said this afternoon that Tanlbeos life is not despaired of though his condition ball has been located approximately lho patients condition is such thattho Jhysiciuns arc fearful of tho results of an operation io remove tho ball At a late hour tonight Taulbec is resting easier and his condition is somewhat better A AVAR AGAINST THE NEGROES GOTIIHIE I March con cerning thealleged scheme to colonize Oklahoma and make a negro State have aroused the settlers to a high pitch of ex citement At Downs twenty miles west a secret organjxation was formed and has de cided to drive out the few negroes and allow no moro to become settlers A negro named Hawkins was suspected of firing prairio grass a short time ago and tho feeling against him became bitter Early this morning a party of ten masked men broke into Hawkinss bouse took him from bed and severely whipped him During the whipping Buck Hawkins his son ran and a roused tho Burgess family Abo Clark and Sam Burgess armed with shotguns returned with young Hawkins and at tho masked men from ambush Henry Chambers was badly wounded and may die The negroes pursued and captured Cham bers and he promised to leave the country The few negro settlers in the vicinity of Guthrie became alarmed at tho feeling against tho colored people and are getting ready to go Kansas Windsor Hotel to allow the physician to seo Flack As soon as Dr Ward made known his visit Mr Flack broke out crying and sob bing No I dont want to see thorn go to jail To Think of my poor son Willie going to prison Wlius will people say Its all my fault Yes I um responsible for In all of her previous interviews Mrs Fiaek has stated that her husband was to blame for her troubles Her opinion seems to haveundergone a sreai change for she told Dr Ward that she had been en tirely too hasty and that she alone and noithor Sheriff Flack nor her son was re sponsible for her misfortunes I have been led on doctor and havo been too hasty in listening to bad advisers and then my husband bus been in bad com pany said Mrs Flaok It can bo stated with absolute truth Mrs Flack is not so sick that she cannot be removed to Kew York is by up means dangerously PRICE FIVE CEKTS IKE ARKANSAS METHODS Winchesters anf Bomo Knivos Creafr Democratic Majorities ANIMATED DISCUSSION IN CONSRESS The Gentleman from Arkansas Called on to Explain Dark FeatherstoncCnto Contest Pro ceedings in the Senate of The Iowa Scnatorship DBS MOESKS March first ballot for United States Senator taken in the House this morning resulted Allison 50 Destow 41 Larrobee 0 In Senate this afternoon tho election United States Senator was taken up Gatch nominated William B Allison Bolter named BarsUnv and A Engle nominated William Larrabee The roll was called and resulted as follows Allison 28 Barstow 20 Larrabee 2 Allison was declared elected on the part of tho Senate As Allison was elected in botlt houses today it will not bo necessary to have an election tomorrow MEETING OF THE CLUBS A JfUBDEREB ABBAIGOTSD NIAGARA PATJOS Ont March Rex Buschell arrested for the murder of N 0 Bonwell of London was arraigned today and pleaded not guilty The detectives claim tho case is strong against him THE BASEBALL LEAGUE EIGHT MINERS DOOMED No Hope for the Wilfcesbarre Vic New York Fire WILKESBARKE Pa March Is no apparent possibility of rescuing tho eight men imprisoned in tho South Wilkesbarro mine or the recovery of the bodiesuntil tbe minehas been flooded This will probably require a week or more This afternoon tho third exploring party returned to the surface without having discovered tho missing men It is impossible that they could escape alivo as the only place of refuge in the tunnel has been thoroughly explored Tonight the last exploring party reported tho lire had madeheadway over 700feet from tho starting point The loss will be enormous All hope of finding the victims or bodies has been given up as they have all probably boon incinerated THE QuTSTTA DISASTER of tho loss of tho show that a colored man belonging to the crew took possession of boat and refused to let any ono else enter The survivors took tho other boats and landed on three miles from the scene of the wreck from which they were rescued by the steamer A BROADWAY FIRE NEW YORK March twostory build ing on Broadway occupied by M C Mayor importers of and Dason Eaton manufacturers of umbrellas and parasols burned tonight Loss CAPTAIN HEALYS CRUELTY Committee on Ppstpfficcs and Post Eoads on that subj oct this morning Ha analyzed some of tho statistics presented byGreen of tho Western Union with the result of estab lishing as ho the average rate on Western IIuioii messages from dis tances overoOOVmiles cents Tlie poople ho Saldjvwautcavtho Government to stop in and compete a certain extent Tho PostmasterGenerals do this Uniform rates for thO en tire country would bo desirable would be impracMc ablo Ho would suggest that basisof the new telegraph company doing of tho service excepting How the Commander Disciplined An other Vessels Crew SAX FRANCISCO March investiga tion Of the charges of cruelty and miscon duct against Captain Hcalypf the revenue cutter began The master itarms of the Bear testified that last urunier at Dunk Alaska the master of the ark Estrella complained to Captain lealy conduct of some of rcllas crew On Healys orders theniaster atarms brought two of these sailors on the Bear and tied them up with their toes touching the deck for seven Then they wore let down and handcuffed to the stanchirons below the deck se yen hours they were triced up again Twentyone sailors from the Wan That Million Dollar Offer is Laid on the Table CLEVELAND March Tho opening session of the National Baseball League began to day After various committee reports a motion was adopted that the 40 per cent ol tho gate receipts mentioned in Section 60 bo constr mean twenty cents per capita turnstile count except in case of Phila delphia where ten cents per capita will be paid President Young read a letter containing an offer of for tho franchises and clubs of the League It vas laid over until the afternoon session when it was promptly laid on the table A communication from Secretary Brunell of the Players League the substance of which was given in these dispatches last night was read and tabled without The following recommendation from the schedule committee was adopted That tho mileage for each club be aver aged and the costs computed on a basis of fourteen men at a fixed rato per milo each way All clubs below tbe average will be required to pay an amount into tbo League treasury to equal the average clubs laving paid on the same basis an amount exceeding the average to bo reimbursed at the close of the After a brief discussion on tho general of the schedule the meeting ad ourned until tomorrow THE AUSTRALIAN CUP LONDON March 4 The Australian was won today by in 3 the fastest time on record for two and a quarter miles JACKSON AND FALLON March In the Palace rink Brooklyn Jackson and Jack gallon had two rounds and slugged each other so had tLat the police had to stop them Jackson afterwards sparred two rounds with Jack Ashton SUITS AGAINST TI1K DESEKTEJIS NEW YORK March Three new cases have been begun by the Metropolitan Ex hibition company in the Supreme Court Tho defendants are T J Keefe fielder Gore andsecond baseman Richardson This is1 an active beginning of the suits that are contemplated against all the other mem bers ofthe old Giant team who have The National Convention of Kcpub ctin Leagues at Nashville NASIIVILUS March third annual convention of the National League of Re publican Clubs met hero this afternoon Hon A J Watson chairman of tho local executive committee called the assemblage to order and made an address of welcome There wore nearly 500 delegates in thoir seats and 100 moro are expected before the con vention adjourns Other local speakers also welcomed tho delegates Then President John M Thurston of Ne braska delivered his annual address to tho League He saidjthe League notwithstand ing tho supposed transitory nature of the clubs composing it is stronger than it was a year ago It was an active aggressive force It would not nominate Presidents but would elect them He recommended that each club bo put on a permanent basis and assist to educate young men who would cast their first votes Tho parties were so evenly divided that those who succeeded in getting the most young voters would win Ho suggested that the League endorse the Harrison administration Tho League lie said rejoiced that Congress was Republican and that Tom lieod was Speaker of it Thurston then proceeded to euolosrizo Reed denouncing the tactics the Demo cratic closed with an expres sion of confidence in the future of the Re publican party The usual committees were appointed after which s recess was taken A mass meeting will be hold and addressed by General N B Groff of West Virginia and WASHINGTON March joint resolu tion for taking a census in Alaska allowing special agents a day to cover all expenses was passed Tho resolution introduced yesterday by Voorhccs in regard to tho leuso of tho soal islands of Alaska to tho North American Commercial company was reported back from the Finance Committee by Morrill advcresly on tho ground that the Treasury Depart ment had already made a lease and tho com m had no power to interfere iu tho matter Voorhces said there was nothiog further from his intention in offering the resolution than any imputation on tho conduct of rotary Tracy From information in his pOvS session lie liad been led to believe there wero facts that had not been properly presented to tho Secretary Tlio bill appropriating for a monu mental column to commemorate tho battle Of Trenton N passed Tho Senate then proceeded to considera tion of executive business after which it adjourned others At a mass meeting tonight addresses were mado by General Goff of West Virginia Hon Scnhart Philidelpbia President Thurston and AttorneyGeneral Webster of Nebraska The committees will all be ready to report tomorrow The next convention will bo held in Cinclcuatf It now thought Judgo Thurston will bo re elected president by acclimation THE MISSOURI FUNDS cup The Treasurer is Suspended From Office for Irregularities ST Louis March are no new developments regarding the affairs of State Treasurer Nolan A correspondent tele graphs tliis afternoon that tho cashier in the Treasurers office who has been assist ing Governor Francis in examining the books states that up to this time no short ago has been discovered He believed the accounts of the office and the money in the treasury would be found all right The Governor practically corroborated the state ment and other officials express the same belief Chairman Moffctt of tho State Democratic Committee today said The money of the State is divided into funds for specific pur poses and appropriations to meet the ex penses of tho different branches and depart ments of the State government must as the law provides be drawn from those respec tive funds According to tho reports which I have heard at the bondsmens meeting Nolan used the money belonging to one fund for the purposes of another and through his deviation from tha prescribed methods of handling the money got the accounts into a The Republics Jefferson special Gover nor Francis Jate this afternoon formally suspended State Treasurer Nolan from office Telegrams were sent to all tho de positories of State funds by the Governor notifying them that he had taken charge of tho office Governor Francis said My investigation into the atfairs of the TreasuryD epartment is not completed but I have discovered somo irregularities and it is mandatory upon me to suspend Treas urer Nolan from office Just what tiio ir regularities are I cant state If there is a deficit it is a small Quo wairanto proceedings will now be in stituted before the Supreme Court which convenes next Monday Rumors on the street place the amount of the Treasurers shortage to THE FLACK DONSP1RACY in irons by Healys or ders iindsixof them falntGd Witness never illtreat his own crew A French March newspapers are unanimous in opinion thati the discussion in tho Deputies tlio tenor TVeakened the Ministry All express a belief that a crisis Js not far off and was only deferred by the Chambers Vote of confidence yesterday The Much Abused Wife Weakens and Changes Her Mind NEW YORK March is no longer according to of today that ITlackj Sheriff Flack of New has by her aid his father in escaping the unpleasant the now celebrated Sheriff himself has been to see and it is stated on excellent au thority that he actually proposed agaiiiwith the When the Flackcase Vas called fortrial a certificate was presented signed by Dr Henry Wilson of this city statingthat Mrs Flack was dangerously ill The trial had to be The YorlvrDistrict Attorneys havoyplaced but little reli ance in the certificate for today Dr Ward and a detective went to New Butamona mission of Dr Ward was armed with an order ot the Supreme Court instructingLandlord of the A RedHot Time BISMAHCK N March State Senate had a redhot time today A com munication was read from AttorneyGeneral Good to the request of the Sen ate as to the proper mode of procedure to compel the attendance of a witness before a committee Ke stated there were a a great many ways of compelling witnesses to testify and called attention fact that in tjhe dark ages the rack and otlicr instruments of torture were resorted to The Senate considered the communication and several Senators made speeches severely scoring the AttorneyGeneral His com munication was then epuuged from the records The question of a bill mentioned in yester days dispatches compellingnewspapers to have an agent in the State upon whom ser vice in actions at law could be had came up again Senators Barlow and Dodds who made the minority report eulogizing the newspapers of the country for their work in the lottery bill and severely scoring that measure wereraked right and left by other A resolution was adopted by the Sen ate censuring Barlow and denouncing them as unworthy the respect of tho Senate and removing Dodds from the office ot president 2ro tern Beneficiary Fund NonTaxable Thayer in favor pt thetrustees of the Presbyterian church in a suit against the board of revision of taxes in which sought to tax the moneys and securities held by the plaintiffsastrustees for purely charitable r She is NbnGoimnittal BUFFALO March Mrs Grbver Cleve larid is the guest of Pcr Mrs iClcvcland by one of her to run for President She diplomat ically said Cleveland was not 111 politics The question was pressed and refer ence made to Mr Clevelands caany letters His wife refused to say anything about them House WASHINGTON March offered a resolution requesting tho President send to the House copies of all correspon dence between the United States aurt Mex ico relating to the seizure at tho port of Tampico of tlio schooner Rebecca in Feb ruary 1S8I Referred The following committee appointments were announced by tlio Speaker Tarsney Mo and Reyburn on claims Brickncr on Mississippi levees Chcadlo on postofliccs and post roads Consideration of tho Arkansas contested election case of Featherstono vs Cate wag then resumed Dalzoll of Pennsylvania tak ing the lloor In supporting the claims of the contestant ho said in tho election in tbo First District of Arkansas Winchester rifles revolvers and bowlo knives played anim portant part This district lie said was adjoining that in which Clayton a man of Natkmal reputation when in tho exorcise of a right which belonged to the humblest American citizen had been Murdered in cold blood at tho very altar of liberty Dal zell confined his remarks principally to the election methods of the Democrats in Crit ten den county charging intimidation and fraud and controverting tho statement by of Ohio that there was no evi dence of a doubleaction ballotbox used in tho county Outhwaito challenged tho production of any evidence that tho box exhibited by him yesterday bad ever been used replied that tho contention of tho majority of the Committee on Ei6otiemwas that a ballotboxIdentical with that presen ted hadbeon used in Crlttenden county in at least three polling places The contestoe in his bill himself admits that the chivalry of Crittendcn county was armed with Win chester rifles and had found iii necessary to drive out twenty 01thirty unarmed black men Crisp submitted an argument in favor of the claims of contesteo Cate The case he said was peculiar The counsel of contestant was W W Dudley better known perhaps as blocks of five Dudley It was an intesesting thing to hear thatno torious gentlemen discussing before tho Committee on Elections the impurity of tho ballot and the necessity of leaving the voter untrammelled and free to vote as bo pleased To borrow a simile of the gentle man from Massachusetts Greenlialge when be Crisp heard Dudleys statement he thought he would say that tbis was the devil quoting scripture Chcadlo entered a protest against this attack on the character of one who on the field of battle spent bis blood in defense of coimtry and whoso life Cheadle chal engcd any human being to attack Ap plause on the Republican Tho body on the other side were unable to prove a ingle charge against tlie Republicans of Indiana fRenewed Crisp was unaware that he had said any hlng to provoke an outburst on tbe part of jis friend fiom Indiana He spoke of the mans reputation throughout the country the general repute in which ho was held and he had not spoken unkindly Ho hadbeen illustrating tho peculiarities of the case tliat was all Crisp then took up the evidence in tbo case and argued that in its report the jority of tbe committee had not obeyed the law of fair play the law which was dear to the American people Sowell Illinois charged that the ap parent majority through which the contestee obtained bis title to the seat was procured by crime of tho highest which if not perpetrated would havo turned his apparent majority Into a minority He criticised tho Governor Arkansas for allowing 100 selected men to expel from their positions the legalofficers of the county without raising his vindicate tho law The day had the history of the United States when the people had determined that the Constitution which enfranchised the black man should no longer be nullified Moore asserted that the testimony was taken by tbe contestant in Memphis and was a forgery in all particulars Brcckinridge Arkansas referred peaceful condition of affairs in Arkansas which brought Kelley his feet with the question as to what had become of the colored detective who had tothe gentlemans district to find out who had murdered the man whose bloody shoes the v gentleman stood in Breckinridge replied that the negro had been engaged in trying to look up taejcnur derers of Clayton He had got into a diffi culty with a Republican father was then a Republican riegrp i was drunk and applying approbiouJs epithets to the boy struckJiim The boy shot him Thegcntlenian had not only gone against testimony tho pending case but nearly member who had spoken tho other side had spoken of the deathc of Ma lamented opponent as if It suit of the Democratic policy Tho tee had not heard the whole case r Ithad i a witness and he was told the case had not been it had tried it andfound sions the members came here i his name and his honor but JV the people he evidence of the Springerthought the which he skid offer ry
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