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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - March 7, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                ji Circulation equal to that of j all other jQailies in the city combined The best advertising dhim in all the interior and mountain region VOL 125 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH EKED AY MAKCH 7 1890 FIVE CENTTS EMBRACED BY A CORPSE Gliastly Discovery Made y a A MONTANA PIONEER COMMITS SUICIDE tliat the fuel WHK gisnerally unknown in the naliori until yesterday whon the laws of ilii Ohootaw nation appeared In pamphlet form The lottery scheme resembles the North Dakota proposition in outline and details and makes the proposed induce ments of the LouisianaLottery Company It a JYiTkorial company and an extension of its charter is conditioned upon the payment of an annual sum in the Choetaw troasury The pamphlet comprises a total of eighty four bills ilve of which were passed at the regular session and at the called session of the Chcetaw Legislature flT THE NATIONAL CAPITAL The Governor of Minnesota Makes a Tariff to Mm Alone Should be Taxed March to TRIM JMuglniiis a of this been on terms for a fow days with JJcissie an attracUvn yoinigglri who hern from Denver two wooks iigo Tin two about midnight nlJit In UK girls room About nine 0 clock this morning invoke to tirif the won i an dead wlUi arms around his j neck TiifMo was no iuu about body and UK f iiid without pain She ji complain of heart discaso was an opium cater fihc IendletonH Remains NKIV YORK March remains of Oeore IJ iendletori late United States Minister to Germany were sent to Cincin nati today March body of Pcn rtletori Is expected to reach tills city tomor row The morning it will be taken lo Christ Kpiseopal wlicrc funeral servlees will be eonflucted The body will then taken flail where ad dresses will be 7iiade Mayor Mosby and Jlon Jsaae M Ionian ranee ifl had evidently ad been known lo her friends and in years old and luifl Ihed hi Denver thirteen News nvtehed today of Mie sui elde of Wm ah He shot himriolf iliu ehin a heavy revol ver ye Id ay afternoon and died at an early huur lie was an old timer in Montana and about years old ffe had disspondnnti for sonic and had oppressed himself as tirufl of life Carried 3ie Joke Too Far Mareh Satur day students of Kalama College Trofessor Ferry and Iristrnotor liound thorn and left them laying out In a corn Held it beins nearly hours Ixtfore tiiey sneeeeded in tiiiimscLves Tho faenlty today one Hoidor suspended another and a freshman for a year while the other eih leen students art siispendcscl for the re the school year Tho puniah is generally considenid too sovetc Commissioner Morgan Opposes the Removal of the Utes SCANDALOUS CONDUCT OF MCALLA Trouble Over the River and Harbor of the Apache Con Bond Purchases Fractional Paper Currency Governor ivrniain on II10 Tariff KT Mar toTurn hundred and fifty delegates to the Alliance paeked tlie of Representatives at the Capitol today Governor Merriam on tho tarlll Tho aro to be borne bu In my judgement tho necessary revfnuo for the jnirpose should fall upon iihln to hejir it Tax tho Hi Iks Satins diamonds liquors tobacco jmd re movti lie tax fr in those articles most widely dllliiscd In their uses Taxes upon of various kinds as well many staples of ccxntnori rurMiire nmnls aic burdnns upon eviuyjLirmer of the The these levies should be or nullified at prfieticahUs moment Tho tariff upon tli one Item of yielding a revenue n over sixty millions nearly a million and half for our own State could well b dispensed with It Is exceedingly dlflloul lo prove to Urn farmer that it is to his In terest lo remove the tax from Juxuile Jlko Jiipior find tobacco and retain it upor miKiir clothing uid hoinp from which bind ing twlno is made and lllvo articles which ho has to Thti jomMTloi of tlie Govornnr woro the subject xvnnn eomtnendation It Is ex pected they will far towards soonil him endorsement by tho Allhuiee If he secures this he s sure of remvminatlon and iiidec Ion IN THE COMMONS SlnmletH Billon and is a LONDON March the Commons this the debate on the Iarnoll Com was resumed by Professor Bryce who praised Iartudt and for rondor reat service to England In bringing a bettor feeling between tho two conn rics Sitdiaries liussell said he could not regard Commission judges us men free from prepossessions and prejudices A bud precedent had hoon mado in tho selec tion ol threo judges to docldo having chiefly apolitical aspect Tho whole case had been conducted with pozainaolotis rancor by the AttorneyGeneral a manner in which it wonUl not have been conducted if the politicill character of tho Commission hud nor swept away its judgment Attoviieyrieiuual said lie had been throughout by the sueak cn of 1 he opposition aii viilian of tho piece nithough only doing his duty as eoun Throughout ho case no stops had been taken in bohaiiof the Times Tho Govern ment had aimed solely to throw the clearest possible upn tho doings of Mm Leaguers Truth not been their aim TheCommission had provided Impartial minds with uvideiico that justified 4 he bulk of the accusations against tho IamoHites Parnell was to pro duve asingle in which lie had de n ouneed a dymuniter The Attorney Gen eral rogretted that many charges were made that should not havo been mado The respondents had withdrawn their ease but the fact was that the more witnesses called the moro tho Times case was being proved It was only his duty to reply to tho accusa tions us a representa ive of the2iwiX and i to leave tho matter In the hands of tho i Saumlerson described nt length ho culled tho dual hods of tho Iar nellitcs It wns their custom toeoilootdyna mlto funds in America and orato on tho union of hearts at home Saundevson accused Dillon of indirectly encouraging the maiming of cattle where upon tho PurneliUc Tho Speaker sternly called for order Suunderson twitted Harcourt with having cost tho country rate for protection from dynamiters when ho was Homo Secretary nnd now his bodyguard was composed of Nationalists paid by Ford A SOUTH PARK SLIDE A JtojiiJ master Curried Across the Buried DUNVKH March special lo the froiri Wheeler says Ono of tlio catastrophes in way of snow occurred last nigh I Cms mites east n this place In what is known as Wall Cub on Line division of tho South Park railroad in which two passenger trains camo near bo ing wiped away Tho train going west was running in two sections Tho first section got In Uie snow al Wail Cut nnd suction two camo up with two powerful engines to piill onI tho llrst suction lioacl I Dobbins was standing in front of Mm head onglno suporiritcnrlitig the work when mi avnlaiuhn ol snow flown without warning sweep ing him away iiu completely cov ered iiy Uic lying mass of snow and ciirriiil a distance of several hundred foot entirely across Ten IMile river and on to the Kin irarido track whom lio mawigod to lilniHelt1 with greiit litllciilty Ono ol his knees was badly sprained other wise ho was uninjured Tho tremendous volumes of piled Itsolf eritlroly over the four engines pulling out the Ikes and com pletely buried tho mail oar and flanger The weight of tin snow crushed In the front end of tlie mail car in which woro Mall Agent and Uaggagmn sister N Ma sou of Denver li took somo time to extrl eato the moii neither was Injured man Culbertson badly scalded THE TALK OF THE TOWN A jNnughty Man in Pennsylvania KIopftH WiMi a Younjj Girl March Dls Francisco Chronicle Tho discovery o the of Dr Willis MeOray son of the lato millionaire oil king James K MeCray with tho nineteenyear old daughter a cabdriver Is tho talk oC the town Through tho oC his father somo slneo young MeOray oarno into possession of a portion oC the valuable oil mado Ills father and having graduated from tho Toronto School of Votonnary Surgery ho located in Franklin and began tho oC his profession MeOray up to the timo of tho elopement wns living with Ills wife formerly a Miss Tyson a daughter ol Cornelius Tyson pro prietor of tlie hotel at Fox burg Pa For some time past MeOray has been disposing Ids extensive property In and about Franklin and on this morning ho disap peared going In tho direction of Moadvillo iXltout tho iijiirio time it was discovered that Miss Brown daughter of Fred Brown had ilso left tho city and from several things hat have happened recently the suspicions f Mm young girls parents were aroused A horoiuvh seateli resulted in tho discovery hat tholr suspicions woro well founded anil hat tho pair had left tho city together In ormatlou was at once mado against Mc Cray for abduction and tin otlieer armed with a wanant started In pursuit but up to this time has not boon able to apprehend the couple is left penniless Allisons Taiifr Views WASHINGTON March Allisons attitude on tho TWO principal tariff Issues ivfts outlined to a reporter with somo dis tinctness by the Senator himself When shown a publication in a New York paper which stated thav tho Senator had a lean ing toward some of the most Unportant provisions of tho Mills hill he said I do not care to dismiss the matter while tho House committeeis busy with it You may say I am in favor of a deep cut on sugar I will not say thatl favor the aboli tion of tho duty and payment oC a bounty As to tobacco you may say I will vote to abolish tlie tax on it very reluctantly We will havo a hard timo explaining the duty on u great many necessities if wo abolish tho fluty on this CENTRAL ANO SOUTH AMERICA Pannma Canal Dead PANAMA March Information has reached hero that an associate liquidator has been appointed for tho Panama Canal Company lie is M A Monchieur lalo liquidator of tho Comptoir dcs Compto News from Casuuoro Bogota says tho Indians in want of provisions promised them by the Government TO tho number of iOOO raided the prosperous plantation of Sumu Klena and others burning buildings and stealing cattle It k feared dreadful results will follow unless troops are sent at once to protect tho Inhabitants and furnish the Indians the supplies promised General Antonio Lufuno commanding tho Department of San Salvador died recently at Zaeutecolueu from tho effect of wounds received in a personal encounter SALT LAKE BUREAU 517 Fourteenth Street WASHINGTON D March 5 1890 It Is suspected here that there may nob be any river and harbor bill this session of engross Tho House committee is very slow about making a report General Hen derson of Illinois chairman of tho commit Leo said today that they were going over the estimatss of the army engineers which amounted to about a hundred million dol lars and woro trying to cut thorn down to such an amount as in tho opinion of tho committee tho House would bo willing to ap propriate The dieill fcy lay in deciding whatffi estimates should bo reduced as every sec tion thought its claims were tho greatest and every member preferred to havo the cut made in somo other State than his It Is the intention to a bill of something like twenoylivo millions and about the only way it can bo done is reduce the estimates of the engineer department by a cub of 75 per cent This will however do great injustice because it is absolutely nec essary to appropriate money for somo works while the completion of others may be de ferred A NEVADA APPOrNTMISNT WASHINGTON G Associated President son I to tho Seriate tlie nomination of Austin T GUsou to be postmaster at Nov TIIH IACmC RAILROAD lilLL Tho House Committee on Pacific Rail roads today resumed consideration of the Vandever bill for refunding the debt of the Pacific railroads to tho GJovernmcnt They got through sixteen sections which aro substantially like tho Oudhwaifco bill and concern the Union Pacific alone The remainder of the bill proposes a refunding plan to meet the caso of tho Central Pacific railroad and before entering npon its con sideration si question arose as to whether the committee should report a bill as was dono by the Senate Committee covering both companies or two separate bills The Committee on Military A 11aKs today ordered favorable report on tlie bill to appropriate money to reimburse the States of California Nevada and Oregon for expenses Incurred to aid in suppressing tho rebellion Tho To Cali fornia Oregon Nevada Whenever a Sbato paid interest on loans to meet these expenses thab amount after being determined shall also be paid OUJIRKNCV Tho Committee on Banking and Currency discussed the bill providing for tho issue of currency notes in denom inations 5 10 cents which was referred to a subeonmiittoofor a report KoavAfluiiiiiL Kimberly has boon ordered to acb us president of the Naval Board of Inspection and Survey WAYS AND MEANS HEAtllNQ YicoPresidonb Schorman of tho Brewers Association argued In favor of protection for tholr products Chairman McKinley read from a memorial jointly drawn up by the brewers and hop growers in which tho for mer agreed to assist tho hop growers in se curing and maintaining adequate protection for their product Tho witness admitted this was tho result of tho agreement by Which the hop growers wore to aid the brew ers In preventing the enactment of prohibi tory liquor laws Ho maintained that as a result of prohibition more liquor was drank than in States whero licenses aro granted Bingloy Maine was much interested in Mils and endeavored it Ho said distillers sided with the brewers In their opposition to prohibition which would riot a moro consistentcourse if more whisky was consumed nuder the prohibitory law than in its absence Scherman persisted however in his state ment that prohibition decreased tho con sumption of boor and increased that of whisky CONFIRMATIONS Robert H Paul United States Marshal of Arizona Thoo F Wilsey Indian agent Eound Valley agency Win Loo Associate Justice SupremoCourt N HoraceA Taylor Commissioner of Railroads C Haight San Ber nardino Richard Rodman Carson City Simon C Cramer Cheney Washing ton Edward W Orcutt Palousc Washiug inuch of the four hit is entertained by the s tlers of New Mexico ind Arizona is but whilo considering the good of tinIn I think it is but right take into consider tion tho and interests of the Thousands of wtUurs who arc living in those Territories unil who havo their homes there and who assort that since the removal of the they joyej tlnirlJMt security as settlers in Tci1 rhoyios their are extigutrated nnd excited or not I think it is tho duty of the com mittee 10 flint they exist mcl under such circtmuitancus it becomes quite important for us to whether for thu good of those In Jndians wo will to s oine extent it least ejicri tice thu comfort ami prosperity of the people of Arizona and Now Mexico Olrt is also opposed to their removal to tho iort Sill reserva tion but the comniiiluo has not yet determined what lotion to tako in thu matter CHARGES OF SCANDALOUS CONDUCT A copy of the charges preferred by General Hastings against Commander MeCalla and other officers of tho United States steamer of scandalous conduct at Ber muda have been referred by the Secrulary of tho Treasury to the ollicors concerned for explanation Tho charges are to the effect that McCalla and brother officers were shamefully drunk and disorderly at Hamil ton Bermuda on a Sunday while the lUn torpriso was at anchor inthe harbor with the dead body of tho lato Minister Pcndleton on board THE MILITARY HEADQUARTERS TRANSFER The members of tho Kansas Congressional delegation had a conference with Secretary Proctor today in regard to the proposed transfer of tho headquarters of the Depart ment of tho Missouri from Lcavenworth to St Louis and tho Secretary consented to defer action a fow days Tlie reason for tho proposed change is that it is regarded unde sirable to havo department headquarters and post headquarters at the same place The Secretary has under consideration also the transfer of tho headquarters from Vancouver Barracks to Portland but there is no likelihood of the change BOND PUnOIlASJSS The Secretary of the Treasury purchased over United States bonds to day and thereby reduced the available sur plus to about As the Secretary is disinclined to reduce the surplus below a few repetitions of todays oper ations would soon result in a temporary sus pension of bond purchases at least so far as tho foiupcrcouts aro concerned POSTAL Representative Taylor today intro duced in the House a bill for the establishment oC a system of Government telegraph for tho uso of tho Government and people to be operated as a part ol the postal system EXECUTIVE SESSION Another dny passes without the Senate coming to a decision as to what is to bo done Avtth newspaper correspondentswho refuse to tell Dolphs special eomrnitten how they get fcho proceedings oC tlie executive The discussion today was devoted largely to the power of the Senate under tho Con stitution to punish correspondents NEWS FROM THE OLD WORLD Complications Created fry flic Gorman Ckneellors Retirement THE CZARS LIFE IS THREATENED He is Reminded of the Fnte of Alex ander Queens Erring Son inlaw Returns and is to be Given a Dukedom XilHo Miiy b J Forbes Uoslou Nellie Momw Ojlur bik llamiv Ruth Klhn ch W 6 Solki Oyn Si02V b Robort Suole Vlnis b G M FoW ssMnfl b Rulwrt soi ciiW Sijiiul b 11 C Hamilton Younc ch Joseph Paupau Zinfand ol b John 11 Gray ciiy SHOO bv Slamboul K Proviucncc Gumbo b T SjJXO blk U G SioniT uid Clay Paris Ikvorio b Robert Homier Victoria b William U Spears GlonnV Falls gorj25 Lady who sold for fcoOOO to it Kaiulv was privately sold at an idvanco to Slower t Clay of Paris b MOHDE8 MYSIER1 Grime in Which Two Continents Ar Interested A WORLDS FAIR CONFERENCE Chicagoans Satisfy the Committee That the Money Will Be Raised WASHINGTON March have had a satisfactory said Chairman Candlor of tho House Worlds iiair Com mittee tonight after a conference committee of Ghicagoaus who arrived here today They have sat isfied tho ho added that thoy have bona subscriptions of 000 begin with every dollar of which is as good as They have also satisfied iis of tholr ability to easily raise tho guaranteed by Chicago Altogether ws are very much gratified at tho showing Tho Government was not asked for anything and there was no suggestion that it should do any mpro than givo its name to tho fair which it should During the conference VicePresident Gago of the First National Bank of Chicago explained the financial standing and Sen ator Farwcll vouched for the financial standing of tho various persons about whom the chairman asked Mr Gage said the fair organization would be incorporated and begin work in ten or twelve days and that this would quickly secure subscriptions for a million or more dollars As to a Govern ment appropriation Chicagos representa tives said thoy had nothing to say Thoy left that entirely with the Government and with Congress On tho question of postponing the fair until 1S93 it was evident there was a strong sentiment in its favor though in this matter also tho Chicago men placed themselves en tirely in the hands of Congress Chicago they said could finish her buildings and wake tho fair a success if held in 1892 With respect to a Government appropria tion Chairman Candler said had been understood that a million and a half was the outside limit and this amount the committee would name in the bill A Proper Petition March federation of miners sent a petition to tho Gov ernment and deputies asking them to dis play an Intnrest in tho worklngmcn equal to that shown by tho Empcrorof Germany and sen that legislation is adopted to reduce their hours of labor and Increase their wages The petition states that largo sums of money arc spent by tho Government giving university eduction for of the upper classes nud says it is timo a little was spared for tho lower Tho pres entation of tho petition caused a sensation Bucket Shops Raided NKW YOUK March police this af ternoon mado a raid on a bucket shop known as the Open Board of Tho plaeo was in full blast and everybody tound in tho plueo was arrested and money blackboard and various other paraphernalia was seized Tho police also raided another bucket shop where S2S42 was The prisoners were arraigned in the Tombs po lice court Tho majority gave fictitious names and addresses ton APACHES TO HE Tho Secretary of the Interior has ap proved tho recommendation of tho military authorities of San Carlos Indian agency in Arizona that about 100 of the wives children and other relations of tho renegade Apaches bo moved to Fort tem porary This action is taken for its supposed moral elYecb upon the rene gades and those at the agency It is tho in tention oC tho Indian Bureau to place at some Indian school thpso of the children who are of school ago A FEARFUL ACCIDENT Tho Ghoctuw tottery ATOKA I Mnrch Francisco Chronicle that whilethe attention of tho publicwas directed to Louisiana and North the lottery people wero quietly at In tho Ohoctaw nation so quietly Died Without Ahsoliition CHICAGO March Charles Hillock died yesterday The remains were to have been burled today and the members of the council gathered ab tho City Hall to follow the remains to the grave when an order wns issued by the Catholic authorities that he should not bo buried in consecrated ground because Hillock was a Free Mason and died without absolution i A VKAISEWORniY Indian Commissioner Morgan in a reporb to tho Secretary of the Interior protests ngainst the passage of tho bill now pending in Congress providing for tho removal of the Southern Utes now in Colorado to the reser vation in tho eastern part of Utah THE APACHE CONTROVERSY A fow days Howard addressed a letter to Chairman Perkins of the House Committee on Indian Allairs in relation to tho matter of the proposed transfer of the from Mount Vornon Bar raclcs to Fort Sill which the committee is considering General Howard expressed himself to the effect that he thought that in asmuch as General Milos had had his say before the committee it should give Gen eral Crook an opportunity to bu heard General Howard also expressed opinion that the Indians should be r removed from their present location cither to Fort Sill or to tho Cherokee lands iu North Carolina but his judgment was that Fort Sill was the bettor place Chairman Perkins made the following reply I im inreceipt of your letter tn reply I have to inform you itis not Uiodesiruol the Committee cm Indian AJTiuis to b come a j in vy to tho foeling Unit seems to uxist between tho friumlsof Crook find the friends of Gcnurnl Miles Some things have al been wild huforc our uoniinitteu that no rtlovjuicy to tho question dnsiredto oon sidcr and so far as the1 toncerimd they will haveno inllucnco with us in OUT delib erations We General Crooks recommenda tions sind the mem bers of his stall and by those who believe with him tlmt the Apaches otui bo safely contined on tho Fort Sill and heard General lUiles and dol gates and represent une from Now Mexico nnd would bo unwise to remove the Indians to Indian Terri The desire of the oomrmHee is only to do hat is fair uud right in the mattei hat seeras to bo for Indian and at tho same tho people of tlie 1bfclicve The Two Sections of a Passenger Train Telescope Each Other w BuFPATjO Mar train on the Lake Shore from tho west due at p m broke in two near Hamburg tonight The front part of the train consisting oi engine tender smoker and two day coaches were quickly brought to a standstill The rear half composed of five heavy Pullmans came on a down grade and crashed into tho second day coach The Pullman being heavier lifted the day coach into the air aud then piled ait on top of the other then telescoping the first day coach Both day coaches andthe Pullmans were full of passengers Four persons arc reported killed and ten injured one fatally The railroad people refuse to givo any informa tion An AssociatedPress reporter went on tho relief train as a surgeons assistant as no reporters were allowed A later reporb of the casnality comes from the train dispatcher A late message from Hamburg asserts that ten were killed and twentyfive injured The work of ex tricating the victims is now going OD a m it is learned definitely that seven were follows Mr T E Stewart and Mrs T Kochestor J Swan sleeping car portor Salamanca Mrs J D Bancus Saratoga Springs skull fractured and died of injuries three unknown The injured number nearly twenty more or less soriotisly hurt It isnobthought now that more thantwo or three will die George E Martin of Boise City Idaho had his chest badly bruised BEKLIN March Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle re tiremeutof Prince Bismarck from official re lations with imperial affairs within as short a time as possible is now said to be dell nitely settled upon Tho matter has been decided but it is not easy to carry out tho programme Tho great difliculby arises in relation to tho future organization of tho Chancellorship It is quite impossible to find any other singje man who would bo able toadequately replace tho Chancellor It is not only a question of ability but of lifelong familiarity with tho tremendous questions of state foreign aud domestic which havo grown up as it Bismarck and tho innumerable threads of which it is not possi ble for any other man to grasp Tho court is now considering the problem which is considerably complicated by tho reserved rights of Bavaria Saxony Wurtcmborg and othyr status kingdoms principalities grand duchis who aro all jealous of their independence and may make considerable troublo when tho man who induced themto become a part of the Gorman Empire shall have removed his strong hand and uniting presence from the Government Bismarck has promised to remain ab his post until this matter Tho means of accomplishing this will probably bo tho substitution of a number of independent mimsteries in plaeo of the present Imperial Chancellorship thus preventing any chance of political bias iu favor of any one or any group of independent State K13TUEN Ol THE QUEKNS SOSTIKIiAW is enjoying the usual Queens weather on the occasion of tbo firsib drawing room of tho season Princo Henryof Battcuburg reached here in ad vance of the Qucou and Princess Beatrice attended by a suite as largo as that of tho Prince of Wales There seems to bo no doubt but that ho has boon restored to royal favor and will now bo allowed unusual liberty in consequence It is said to be certain that during the present of Parliament a dukedom will bo conferred upon him with tho right of succession to his heir Princess Louise also wants a dukedom and the garter for her husband and it is said thab she is making her aged mother miserable because her ambibion isnob grabitiocl HIE POBTE TO nUMARIA SOFIA March Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle Porte has replied to the appeal of Bulgaria for recognition of her independence that tho a most unsuitable moment to urge her individual position as a power by European governments IMSMAfcR WARRIOllS KILLED PARIS March advices received here state that after the lirst attack of tho Dahomians they made a second attack up tho Catonin They wore linally repulsed leaving their number dead on the field Among the dead were found several of the female warriors of the ICiug of Dahomey THE OMTKEATKNED ST PETERSBURG March Czar has received a threatening letter from a woman who signs lierself The writer says that unless he modiGcs his reactionary policy he will meet the fate of PcLer Paul L and Alexander II A copy of tho letter was sent to each of tho Ministers at tho same time DOil PEDROS POVERTY PARIS March Francisco Chronicle Pedro is in groat financial need and there is a possi bility that instead of his dismissing tho suite which attends on him his suite will soon dismiss him for the former Brazilian monarch is in pecuniary condition illsuited to the support of the swarm of parasites by whom he has hitherto been accompanied His inability to provide for them is one of his principal sorrows and Is the chief reason why he is seeking permission to return to Brazil whero some provision would be neces sarily made for him The exEmperor him self would be welcome at any European court but the sympathy of rulers who still ostensibly recognize him as tho rightful monarchof Brazil is not practical enough to make them desirous of supporting the de pendents whom the generous old man can not bear to part with and who are begin ning to bo looked at very much askance by tho European bluebloods whose1 rank is supported by wealth without which dignity soon becomes ridiculous Rupon b by Alcazar S W by Siiunboui M Murphy jtttOO by Staniboul M Murphy In all was realized today for fortyfour head making a total of for tlie two clnys Tomorrow morning tho sale of tho stock of Colonel T G N Salisbury and others of Ploasanton will be commenced XKli LEAGUE SCHEDULE CLEVELAND March final mooting of tho National League schedule committee wns held today The only business trans acted was the adoption nf a tenolnb schedule which forced upon the or ganization by tho refusal of Uic Indianapolis club to retire Each club plays fewer games thnn in former years and the basis of individual championship contest is fig ured on seven games in each city with vbe different organisations The season opons April Slith and ends September The Eastern and clubs open tho season THE FAIR YOUNG WIFE AN ACCOMPLICE A Promiscuously and Numerously aSarried Actor Goes to Bold Dead Robber1 Ideuti Crimes of a Day by playing in their respective sections nnd afterwards interchange Double games are scheduled for all points May July 4th and September 1st THE MINK1CK OUTRAGE A Sane Man Senc to an Asylum on Hearsay Testimony PITTSBURG Dis Francisco Chronicle sensational coraruitmont case of W T Min niok to Dixmont as an insane patient camo up this afternoon when tho friends of the patient appeared before White and ho was asked to prove his standing as a sane man Minnick was committed at tho instance of his wife and upon tlie sworn statement of two reputable physicians as being dangcr ously insane but the aHpowerful liabca corpus produced him in court today Mrs Minuick was the first witness called against her husband and charged him with a cate gory of ills from melancholia to infidelity Sho confessed however tlmt she bad ouco birth to an illegitimate child The daughter was then called and among Minaieks peculiarities she said ho had a penchant for cooking his own meals Judge White turned a scathing lire of cross qncstions upon the witness and upon Doc tors Sandels and McCord who committed the man Ho also scored what ho called tho general practice of physicians to commit a man upon hearsay evidence and was espec ially severe in this case as tho man was thrown into the asylum because bo was as the doctors said a monomaniac Whon asked upon what subject ho was mad they said upon marital infidelity Minnick was then called to the and in a very quiet manner upset the entire case vof the prosecution Ho made one remark that they had been married some tiwcnty thrce years and that his wife had been faithful to him intervals Minnick then brought several nanies into tho discussion among them a prominent minister and of fered to bring witnesses but the court said they were not needed and peremptorily or dered tho mans release Tho court room wjis jammed to suilocation and the liberated man was nearly carried away by a rush of friends Notwithstanding tho acquittal public opinion is divided NIAGARA TALLS Ont March Francisco Chronicle The revelations today in the Benwoll murder mystery will startle two continents Even sleepy dreamy Canada is awakening to tho importaiKo of tho awful tragedy which has 1aken place within its borders and the an thorities at Ottawa will uso every effort to track the ciiuiinnl to his lair The murder has resolved itself into an in ternational affair of high for it is settled beyong all cavil or dispute that tho SPENT HfS WIFES MONEY SPORTING NOTES An Advance in Glass March the prominent window glass manufacturers of the Association held a meeting today now lisb Of prices and discounts were adopted which will result in a in the price of glass of about 5 per cent A Democratic March Senate this morningpassed the House Bill redirictrng tho State Congressional purposes and ifc will become signature All the measure law with the Governors1 the Democrats supported An Insurance Man Suicides March afternoon TV jlham H Farnham secretary of tho North western Life Insurancecom pany commiltcd suicide at the companys office Nervousdeiangeraent brought on by overwork as the caxise His ool laagues assert that lus accounts are all right A Big Purse for Sunol and Axtcll A Slugger Quits NEW YORK March Dispatch Francisco Chronicle Dougherty of Philadelphia a pro tege Sullivan weighing 128 pounds had a go with Johnny Lynch 130 pounds yesterday and after the sixth round Lynch refused to fight When the men went back to their corners after the sixth found the spectators came to the cou elusion that thoy were a wellmatched pair and settled down in the expectation of see ing a long battle Imagine their surprise when Bill Daly Lynchs second announced that he had to make an apology dra sorry to say said he that Ive got a quitter I never had fore in my Expressions were heard on all sides and when reply to a question by the referee said that he couldnt stand the punishment he hudgot on the heart and stomach the crowd arose in universal dis appointment arid almost mobbed him A BIG 3IATCH PATERSON N ay Stanford of California mare Sunol to Koberb Bonnor retained her trot1 qualities for the coming season the Dundee Trotting Park management offer a purse of for a race between her and Bud celebrated stallion Axtell to be trotted the last of September or of October A MATCH ARRANGED scullingmatch has been arranged between Neil Matterson and Peter Kemp for theChampionship of tho the rice to take plaqe April 251h William T Connor tho Canadian has arrived1 here THE TROTTING HOUSE SALE YORK Maich G the immense sunib paid out yesterday for Bose Meade blotting stock buyers n pres ent in full force at the American Institute this morning when the second lot of horses were to be sold Following are some of the more important sales r Nora b S Hobart San Francisco 85250 Tlie Dashing1 Career of a Board of Trade Man CHICAGO March San Francisco Chronicle Carrie L W Litbgow a wellknown and wealthy South Side society lady and her husband Albert G Lithgow meb in Judgo Collins court this morning and mutually agreed that tho marriage tics that bound them must bo severed The couple were married in 1880 Lithgow got a wifo worth several hundred thousand dollars and with in come of a year Mrs Lithgow claimed that she got a husband who did littlo but spend her money as fast as came in Lithgow was a Board of operator and in her bill for divorce Mrs Lithgow claimed that lie divided his attention be tween Change and disreputable women Shortly after their marriage he entered upon a wild career that lasted until 1S89 Then Mrs Lithgow decided that something must be done before all her property was gone and she firmly informed her husband that his career must cease He said ho would reform provided Mrs Lithgow would deed over to him about onefourth of her pro perty Mrs Ltthgow but no sooner had Lithgow secured the money than he started in once more Lithgow was adjudged guilty of adultery and tho two children were given to Mrs Lithgow who was granted a decree Tlie little matter of the transfer of one quarter of Mrs Litbgows property to the defendant was set aside and in consideration of his release of the property Mrs Lithgow or pay over within thirty days Lithgow seemed well satisfied Palmer for the SenatorsJiip CHICAGO March Democratic State Committee was in session here today A letter from exGovernor John Palmer was stating that he would make a race for the United States Senatorship ii it were the general wish of the party It is understood the committee Is practically unanimous for him A Raise in Soda Water San Francisco Chronicle price of soda water is going to be raised An En glish syndicate isbuying up the manufac turers of soda fountains and other appara tus for generating summerdrinks The syndicate put into the business eight or nine million dollars The Princes Condolence i Prince of Wales has sent alettcr to Lincoln condoling with him on the death of his son The1 LONDON March menofwar Atlanta of the evolution ary squadron j have sailed from Genoa for Naples Young Lincolns Funeral LONDON March Monroe Gibson formerly of Chicago will perform the fune ral services over ihe remains of Lincolns son A Hungarian Crisis x PESTH March is as crisis in the Hungarian Ministry Tho resignation of Von Tisza Prime Minister is imminent body in the lonely woods of Qrineetou on February 21st is none other than that of Frederick C Bemvell of Chottenham Eng land son of W F Wonwell a retired colonel of tho English army formerly adjutant of the Second West York Regiment and con nected by blood with some of the best fami lies jn Great Britain Douglas Kaymond Policy the second member of the unfortu nate party which sailed from Liverpool on tho Germanio on February 5th for tho ISow World is a son of the Rev R P Pelley of Waldon Place vicar of Saffron Essex and cousin of the beautiful Lady Pollej1 who followed in tho suite of Lord downo when ho was GovernorGeneral of And Bircliell of Bambridge Maberly Road upper Norwood now a prisoner with his fairhaired wife in tho Clifton County jail who is he Is ho as ho claims a member of tho house of Somerset or as the dupes of his wily tongue in Wood stock say merely tho son of a London tailor At any rate he is as clever n blackleg and us heartless a buccanneer as ever scuttled a ship or cut a throat and as handsome dash ing and engaging a follow as ono would meet Irom the rising of tho sun to its setting The pretty starryoyed woman whom ho married in England and has made a sharer in his adventures both by land and sea is the daughter of David Stevenson of London Out Her name is Florence Every shred of clothing that might hint at the identity of the victim every particle of evidence that could suggest a cluo to his personality were removed except one cigar case with tho owners name upon it But for that one fatal mistake tho riddled body of the stranger found in tlie forest might yob lay unknown and uunamed deep down iu the hasty grave where It was thrown The Canadian police who up to the timo of Blrchells arrest on Saturday were un compromising in their determination to keep the matter a profound secret no Idnger hes itato to pronounce this Birchell Frederick Benwcils murderer However that may prove to be no human being was ever caught in tho toils of suspicion so securely as of Barn bridge Maberly Road Upper Norwood The police only hesitate now to declare his wife an accomplice in the crime That she was an accomplice in the swindling1 of tho innocent youths and credulous young English travelers with Bank of England notes inside their pocket books there is nob the shadow of a doubt If Reginald Birchell is the murderer his game was one of tho cleverest aud most coldblooded affairs that was ever conceived against a harmless fellowbeing It is possible that he con cocted hjs scheme months ago in Euglaud and then selected Benwoll as his victim In the murder case today Burchcll was arraigned A Grand Trunk bralcomau swore that he saw the prisoner on Monday at East wood station near the scone of the murder His trousers were turned up at the bottom and his shoes covered with mud The mag istrate then remanded tho prisoner to the Welland for seven days Burchell was arraigned and the mag istrate informed her that he had been in structed by the AttorneyGeneral of Onta rio to remand her for drys Her counsel protested against the Attorney Gcnorals interference and Mrs Burchell wept A consultation was held and the prisoner was allowed to remain hero until morning under police surveillance to ena ble her counsel to Interview the Attorney General and see If bail could not be ar ranged Mrs Burchell is looked on by the people as being an Innocent woman and as having been duped into marriage with Burchcll BY AN NKW YORK March Press TPorlc correspondent at Niagara Falls working on the Bcnwell case says the Do minion police havea theory that in England there is an association of some kind which makes illgotten gains by preying upon credulous young Englishmen sons and youths ii quest of building up fortunes and inducing them under very much tho same pretexts by which BlrcheH v is said to have lured BenweU and Pelloy hitherto seek the Now World The sup position is that there is a middle man in London with agents In his and those agents bring tho young follows whom they are to dupe For two or three years in some British advertisments havo been appearing to the effect thafc young men in search of good livings mighb lind them in the Dominion It was such an advertisement 3n tho London Standard that three or four months ago caught Pel leys eye That advertisement was Birch ells and it evidently caught t Ben well as well The tenor of these advertisements has been that for laying down a certain sum of money and subscribing more the sub scriber would become a shareholder in some promising concern and world receive a fair percentage CARRIED PROMISCUOUSLYAND MINNEAPOLIS March W Sterling formerly an actor at the Penio Cpera House in this city has been sentenced to the Ohio State penitentiaryat Columbus for a term of years for bigamy Since 3ils conviction ithas come to lightthat as a deceiver of the fair sex and an expert in matrimonial ventures lie nearly equals the famous Wilkins He has at present not less than a half dozen wives in various ofthe country and it Is thought that further returns may Increase this He married promiscuously and often When he tired of one he did not wasto time or money in bothering with the divorce courts but boldly and unreservedly married the who would listen to his protestations of love There are In Minneapolis ab the present time twdjof hig exwives KANSAS CITY March entered the jewelry store of J Dunning Kansas Ciby Kansas yesterday morningsTinder tlie full glare of the electric light broke the saf e open with a sledge hammer S4000 worth of diamondrings ihaiiis A DEAD SHOT MARQUEIMK Mar Toropkins of the ijsniteiitiary shot the torious trainrobber andmiarderer through tho hand tonight in order to arm him some tVt cured a table knife and ground It point and was threatening JibejlifOiOf 7   

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