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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - March 12, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                Circulation equal to that of all other Dailies in the city combined The best advertising me dium in all the interio and mountain region VOL iso SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY MARCH 12 1890 PRICE FIVE CENTS THE TRIBUNES SPECIALS One of Israels Elders is Wanted at Bfittefo WOOED AND WON HIS LANDLADY A Deadly DiptherJa Epidemic Raging in Silver Find in Wis Larimer Goes Governor Warren nnd tho Dcmo crata KUTTK March to Itingham of Ifuntsville TTtah a Ktnall Mormon settlement at the Jiojtd of Ogclcri canyon is wanted in Biitte for bigamy canio to Montana last summer and procured work on the Sliver Bow ditch near MoadcNvlllo Kfl cured board with Mrs Emma Durand a widow of 28 summers who gained her living by keeping True to his Utah teachings Bingham wooed and won fair landlady and on Chrlsdrnas daylast they worn married In this city After u honeymoon of orio month Mrs brother got hold of his nowbrothorlnlaws revealed tho existence of a wlfo No 1 and three chil dren living at Huntsvillc AVhnn qcsUonod about his entanglements Blngharn hccamo alarrncrl irid skipped out and has not sinco boon soon fr hoard of Mrs JJIngham today began suit for divorce in District Court Binghams first wifo is the daughter of William Slater OOVEftNOli AND TIIK DEMOCHATS March to Governor Warrnn sent four nom inations of Territorial officers to tho Icglsln tlvo Sonata today Tho two Democrat woro confirmed and tho two Kopiiblicans re jnctcrl Seven Democrats and live Ilepub llratis cornposo the Senate but it was gen crally believed until today that tho Gov crnor had ono or two of tho Democrats 5 his pile as he is a powerful and adopt manlp s ufator Tho Governor has novor bofor yuiied to carry a point and the Democrat are highly over his confessed clcfoa today A DEADLY ER1DEMIC CHICAGO March to TRIBUNE special from Zaneyvillc Ohio to th Tribune hoe claims that an epidemico diphtheria Is raging thoro which has al ready resulted in tho death of sJxtooi children and which is directly duo to th bringing of tho corpse of Ethel Tutble tr Zawisvjllo from Chicago Kortylivo casoa havo booixreported to tho board of health funeral was hold at Xancsvllloj anc since then almost every potson who at tended has had disease In tho family of most malignant form attended with wore or loss disastrous results Now victims art reported every day despite tuo rnos strenuous exertions on tho part ot the uufchorltlos to got tho disease under control DK LOIUMEH aOKS ADKOAD CmCAOO March toTuiHCTNE Dr Lorlmor tho celebrated Chicago divine who creator such a scandal recently at Holyoko by his tlrado against the Tiornan Catholics whilst under tho influence of an overrloso of quinine has by tho advice of his physician decided to take a sea voy ago Ht loft home this morning accom panied by Ills son George arid will sail to morrow ou tho steamer Lahd from Nov York for Bremen returning JLS soon as his condition will permit A IVEU FIND IN March to Brighton and Williams of Iror Mountain formerly of Montana havo ap plied for an option upon John llomaus silver exploration located near tho town of Com monwealth this county and will soon take possession of the property The Iron Moun tain men named recently visited tho prop orty for tho purpose of drilling and testing it with a viow to ascertaining tho extent and value of tho ilntl Tho parties who aro experienced silver minors obtained speci mens of tho vein matter anrl pronounced it a true fissure vein and as a result of thoir investigations entered into negotiations with tho owner for an option upon tho prop erty Tho vein is three and a half foot wldo upon tho surface Lying between two walls is a quantity of soft decomposed matter six inches in width said to indicate an un usually rich deposit of sliver Small quantities of gold and silver havo frequent ly been found ln this county during tho last ton years clearly indicating tho presence oi true veins of precious metals somewhere search of a marriage license Tho loafers in tho corridor caught on and thronged the registrars office The mayors secretary Httsered thorn over to Trcrnont Temple and they were spliced by Rev Dr Olmstead The his usual fee wasSS Twoyo dolla all said tho Chlna rnan The clergyman evidently did not like the cut Ju tho rates but ho took it never theless and the happy couple departed INTERNATIONAL TRADE FirstClass Steamship Service to the Spanish Am ericas WAsnifOTON March a meeting of tho PanAmericaa Conference yesterday a report was received the committee to consider means of extending and improving facilities for commercial postal telegraph communication between the countries that border upon tho Gulf of Mexico and tho Car rlbean Sea The committee says tho tele graph rates make It practically impossible to do business over the present lines and recommend that steps be taken to secure a moderate soalo of changes This failing charters should bo granted to independent cable companies Tho committee says plans havo been dis jussed by tho capitalists of this country for the establishment of a rapid steamship ser vice between Tampa and Mobile and tho ports of Colon Port Llmon Costa Bica and Grey town Nicaragua Such a lino would shorten tho time of transporting mails from New York or Chicago to Colon tb and a half days Similar lines connect ing New Orleans with Carribean ports aro suggested by the committee The committee In conclusion recommends that all nations bordering on the Gulf of Mexico and tho Carribean Soa grant aid in the establishment of a firstclass steamship service A TwoDollar Ceremony March Francisco Chrontete Puyi Avenue washerman and Minnie woman from SturnecL up in the City Hall this morning in Proposed Constitutional Amendment BOSTON March proposed amend ment to tho Constitution of the United States has been drawn by lawyer W O But ler of New York acting in consultation with oxGovftrnor Long of Massachusetts tin object of which to prevent tho use of publicmoney in any way for any private educational institutions under control of religious donomlnalious Petitions for the proposer amendment will bo distributed tho States with a preamble declaring for a nonunion of Church aud State WATJ3K TURNED TO GOLD Fabulous Profits in the Maine Ice Industry BOSTON1 March Dispatch San Frsmclsco Clironidc for tune that awaits tho lucky ice men Is illus trated in the report made by a correspon dentwho recently visited Maine Everybody ho writes is over ico Men woro giving up their vegular affairs to rnako money on Ice Every ono Is at work on tho ice filling icehouses build ing stacks on tho rivor banks cutting hauling soiling and shipping tho silvery iue in moro senses than one In Bangor and Augusta coal dealers with emptyshorls aro filling them AviUi The streets aro full of teams carrying tho prooioiiH loads to tho storehouses yot unfilled and actually thoy arc filling the basements of some stores with ice A company with houses and machinery on hand and in good shapo can house tho ice for fifteen or twenty cents a ton yet a manager of ono of tho largo companies refused to soil for Si although ho could havo sold 5000 tons under a contract Tfho had sold 5000 tons at Sl lie would havo rnucle aclear1 profit of or so Thoro is another manager who last September took a contract to deliver tons this spring and summer for from 50 to 75 cents a ton Although this pays him a good profit in tho distant horizon toward sun he sous a golden eagle flying away from him representing just tho dilVoionco from the prico he could havo obtained if ho had waited till the 5th day of March ROASTED BY LL s Government and the Denounced in Commons PiGOTT A REPTILE AND AMONSTER Lord Rudolpb Churchill Appeals to the House to Reject the Parnell Commission Scene of Wild Confusion in Parliament rcct rosters of comrades and to that end they revise tho lists at each recur ring annual meeting of their organizations Tlie Superintendent of the Census is very desirous that officers of these associations should forward to him the latest copies of their rosters which he believes will be elli cicnt aids iu the preliminary work of enumeration in connection with the eleventh census of tho names of the organ izations and the length of service of sur viving soldiers sailors and marines and the widows of such as have died EARN BREAD OR RAISE Professor Gives the Socialists More Advice CHICAGO March San Francisco Chronicle David Swing Is amused at tho reply the Socialists made to his lottor Today he said Socialist never ollcrs any rolloi1 for tho present condition of worldngmon but talks of liolp for 100 years henco I received a letter from about ton days ago which contained a number resolutions by his society in which I was ud vlsod 10 enlighten mysolf ou the subject be foro ottering any further opinions and stated that I was not in a position to spoak know ingly about tho question having always proaobed as they wtatod It 1or thedolight of tbo rich Ouo of my positions was that machinery was Inuring to tho condition of tho poor but Orchardson evidently never had thought that My sermon was armed at Imniodiato wrong and I advised tho prac Moo of uniform industry and economy and statod that tbo following of agriculture as a vacation would ofter relief to a groat num ber who are making a precarious livelihood If a man onut got work to do he must raise broad Orobardson and his cosoreochors seom to1 Imagine that ministers always draw salaries from their THE BISMARCK STATESMEN Representative Ronoy Gives thelJot tery Members a General Roast BISMARCK N March Francisco Chronicle There was another scouo in the House yes terday afternoon Representative Stovons presented a newspaper published at tho homo of Representative Ronoy in which wan published a sensational com munication signed by Ronoy In the com munication Ronoy says that tho reason ho votod against tho bill taxing property in organized counties was bocauso if the peo plo in those counUos wore taxed thoy would bo entitled to vote for State officers and tho old gang would got thpir votes Ho also says that Jud Lawouro is tho loader in tho lottery bill scheme aud gives tho forces to which hoIs opposed a general ronst Stevensdenounced Roney in scorching language and stated tiiat unless Ronoy provedtothe House that ho did not write tho communication ho would movo to im peach him Roney rose after Stovons had finished his remarks and said that ho would reply to OUTRAGEOUSLY HAZED A High School Student is Badly Dis ilgured by the Hazers EATT CLAIRE March Francisco Chronicle Will IS years son of tho Rov Dr J F Dudley pastor of tho First Congre gational church was most outrageously hazed by ton youns ruffians this afternoon at tho Washington high school West Side in which Dudley is a pupil in one of the upper crudes Dudley hud boon tardy on Friday iftornoon and consequently his class was deprived of a half holiday This afternoon after schoolJoe Alexander jod 10 sou of a member of the board of education George McGregor aged 38 son of tho principal of tho high school aud eight others fell upon Dudloy dragged him down stairs bumped his head agaiust lihe walls cuffed and punched tiim tore his trousers wound up by cutting offclose to his head a largo patch of his pompadour hair Che hazers aro to bo arrested The West Side school authorities havo cmg tolerated hazing as a regular practice The best people are now determined to break tip Principal McGregor himself may have to go ns a result of tho trouble LONDON March the Commons this evening Lord Randolph Churchill resuming debate on the report of the Parnell Commis sion said that from beginning to end these proceedings were vitiated by their thorough ly unconstitutional character When tbo Government decided to sot aside ordinary tribunals it must have held that tho charges against the Puvnellites constituted facie caso against the accused When the Government held there was a prima facie case it was its duty to prosecute criminals Churchill then argued the matter oncon stitutional grounds and lawyer to show a prececlout or a parallel for any thing approactiins1 the Governments action in appointing a commission constituted of three judges to fulfill tho functions of judge and juiy Ho appealed to tho House to vote against the proceedings so utterly unique and unprecedented Never within a century and a half has any been exposed to such tests and trials ns Parnell Every clause of enquiry in tbo House except the first was forced throughwithout debate by use of n closure so ruthless that nothing but the consideration OL public safety could justify it The constitutional party in 1882 resisted the closure and now applied it In the Government declared the closure was a most un constitutional and dangerous Iu 1888 the closure in a most un constitutional and dangerous manner for the of forcing upon its opponents an unprecedented unparallod and tremendous instruinont of oppression What hius been the result of this moun tainous parturition A rep til o u monster Piggott What had been the delivery with all their skill and parliamentary instru ments A ghastly bloody rotten ioc to us Pigott Parnullito In making tnis motion tUo Government was violating its own luv Chamberlain said it was on invitation of tho Parnollifcos that the matter was made a subject oi denied that the Com mission WHS tho result of his personal sug gestion Experience showed that it was the best and only tribunal to conduct tho inquiry Gladstonehad1 admitted the assid uity ability learning aud perfect abso lute good Taitb of the judges Ho asked to whom tho House would appeal if it refused to adopt tho judges opinion on matters of fact Ho warned tho House with Imperfect roccollections of the terms of the report and agaiust assuming judicial functions by declining to accept the judges findings He urged the leave the matter in the hands of Jennings withdrew He explained that desire to stab the Government Churchills speech was suprJse to him and changed his positiou his own amendment not being Intended to be hostile to the Gov ernment Labouchoro related from his own inde pendent inquiries the circumstances of a mooting between one of Piukcrtons men aud a British constable at Kansas City both employed by the Mines as proving that the Government had abetted negotia tions offering Sheridan for a docu ment that would incriminate Parnell Gosohon Chancellor of tho Exchequer repudiated Churchills statement that the Government had acted unconstitutionally was defending the impartiality of tho Judges tho Parnellites created disorder shouting Pigott Pigott1 Proceeding Goschon assorted that Leca ron was employed in tho secret service un der the Liberal government Fowler who was then Secretary of tho Dreasnry rose twice and angrily protested that nobody knew better than the Chancel lor of the Exchequer that he could know nothing of such matters A scone of the most intense excitement lasting several minutes followed Goschen taunted Sexton in reference to tho Salisbury letter and both rose to thoir feet and neither would way Gosohen and the Parnellites hurled such epithets as amid shouts of Adjourn and calls of Caino moved hisamendment Morley con gratulated him for the courage he had dis said hewould support the amendment Smith invoked the closure rulo and a di visiou was taken on Cainos amendment Smiths motion with referenceto the Com mission report was then agreed amid cheers from tho NEWS AT THE CAPITAL A Speculative Member OTTAWA March Rykert Con charged with abusing bis posi tion as a member of Parliament by secur ing large timber tracts in the Northwest at a nominal price aud then selling them and by the Iu the Commons tonight Sir RiobiirdCartwright moved for an investigation into the conduct of the member The endeavored to shield him Cartwrights motion for immediate inquiry was inet by a Government announcement for an adjourn ment of debate After division this was carried This action of the Government will prohibit tho discussion coming up again till the end of tho session THE CRIMINAL RECORD White Caps in Kentucky Kin caicls Victim Dies March San Francisco Chronicle most serious white cap raid in Kentucky for years occurred last night on what is known as Butter Milk Bond eight miles from this city At that point is col lection of houses occupied by poor and not Loo lionest people The neighborhood is filled withwelltodo farmers who have lately suffered seriously at tho hands of petty thieves Recently some amateur de tective work fixed the blamefor a good deal of the loss poultry and other chattels on the three Crane men who though side with their parents Thoy were several times warned to leave the vicinity but gave no heed Last night about twentyfive care fully disguised rode up to the Crane dwell ing The feet of the horses wero mullied with old rags and pieces of blankets and tho Cranes wero completely surprised The three men wore secured and taken to a wood half a mile a guard remaining with the old folks to see that they did not givo an alarm In the woods the alleged culprits were stripped to tho waist with their faces to a tree and then given thirtydashes on the bare back with a blacksnake whip which brought blood atevery blow The men screamed iu agony but the whip ping went on eldest fainted under thepain con clusion of tho punishment the backs of the victims were carefully Avashed rnd salve and bandage wero applied arid they were conducted to their homes to bo gone before next Sunday v All three of the men are John is unable to be up A number ofother parties were warnedto leave No one the white were bufc it is safe to guess that the farmers in the vicinity could find out I HE APPROPRIATED SIXTY THOUSAND PiTTSBunq March affairs and sev oral days ago are very much muddled H B one of tho New states that Louis 0 Haughey tbOOPittsburg acknowledges having obtained on notes to which he signed the fituis name The exact amount is not It would reach at least Haughoy is a brotherinlaw of General LewWallace and has always been held in tho highest esteem JIISS VINCENT ACQUITTED LONDON trial atElizabeth Vincent at Richmond on of at tempting to Henry began today Isaacs testified that the paper which ho refused to whiclvre f usal led to tho shooting was a document admitting that he seduced violence He expressed a wish that the court would deal leniently with Miss Vin cent and thejury returned a verdict of not THE EQUITABLE CASHIER ARRESTED NEW YORK March A Countrier cashier of tho Equitable Bank was arrested charged with forgery and with havingre ceived deposits when he knew the bank was insolvent Ho pleaded not guilty SHOT FOR NOT RECIPROCATING COUNCIL BLUFFS afternoon Andrew Houk a gambler and worthless character shot and seriously wounded Mrs Kittle Bowers and then sui cided Houk was madly in love with Mrs Bowers but she did not reciprocate hence the shooting THE GALLCHANDLER SIRiF Edmunds Contribute a Lively Senate Discussion tlmt that he wns much surprised when tb bill WHS called tip All be Springer was that reasonable tini should be given the minority to prepar amendments which it desired to offer Ponding further discussion the committee rose and the House adjourned HIS ILLUSTRATION ARGUSES DANIEL The Wyoming Bill Introduced in the Charges Bad Faith Wants to Know What was the Matter With Tanner Boston Wool BOSTON March littlo change n tho market Tho demand con inuos fair but manufacturers do not pur haso much beyond thoir immediate wants Towltory wools aro soiling moro frooly than other sales of fine at ne medium at and medium at 2 Texas and California wools movo slowly ut tho stocks of tho formor arc not largo Oregon wool is quiet and steady Best lustoxm is selling at that From Quehec QUKBEC March llrfIn the local Legisla afternoon a resolution was assod In favor of tho construction of u rail to ThisUne would reduce the 133U miles Experiments in New Paymaster General WASHINGTON March Dis Francisco Chronicle There is a great deal of interest hero in army navy and Congressional oiroles over a series of experimental tests with a new explosive called emmonsite anda smoke loss powdeij called of themthe inventions of Dr Stephen H Emnions Tho tests are made daily at tho navy yard in tho presence of a large number of military and naval officers aud members of both houses of Congress and the new explosives are shownto boquite as powerful as dynimite andperfectlysafe in handling They arealso of use both under and abovo water Emmcnsite is a form of powder while gelbite is a brown paper saturated emmonsite The latter makes no noise and very little smoke There is a momentary mist after theexplosion but this is instantly the force seems to be about as that obtained by cartridges These inven tions have created a sensation in Germany and other countries of Europe and it is be lievedby military authorities thatthejr will inaugurate a in warfare TO EXCLUDE CHINESE MERCHANTS WASHINQTOX March Associated Acting upon the advice of tho Secretary Windora has decided that Chineso merchants comingto this country lor the first provided with the by section six of tho act of July niittod to land in the TJnited notwith standing the fact that they are not laborers PAYMASTERGENERAL APPOIXTED Tho President has sontto tho the of XieutonantColonel Williaiii deputy payniastergenersl to bo PaymasterGeneral withthe raulr cf briga diorgenoral A SOLD The President directed a transfer of the military reservation of Port Selden New Mexico to the Secretary of the Interior for disposition under the act of July STATISTICS OF VETERATS8VANTEB thousands of aegiineptal associa tions of the surviving soldiers of the war of keep as cor 1 H THE MURDERED JEWESS NEW YORK March Levy this afternoon positively identified tlie body of the young Jewess in the basement of a Hebrew school building as that of Fanny Greenberg the divorced wife of the peddler Isaac Jacobs A BALL PLAYER CONVICTED NEW YOSR S locum tho ball player was today convicted of the murder of his wife Sentence was deferred A BOOKKEEPER TIRES OF LIFE NEW YORK March Rowell Jones aged 24 took laudanum torday and into the Episcopal church on Fifth avenue to die The sexton discovered him and called who which removed him from danger Toriessaid he get work and was tired of life He was formerly a bookkeeper On his person was found a letter to his sister inPittsburg announcing his intention to commit suicide DEATH OP KING AIDS VICTIM WASHINGTON March 11 Congressman of Kentucky who was shot in the head by Charles E Kincaid corres pondent of tHoLouisville Times in the House wing of the the afternoon of Feb ruary 2Sth died ait this morning at Providence Hospital Taulbee had been un conscious for some time before death end An autopsy will be had this afternoon when the ball will be defin itely located andthe progress the wound traced Kincaid who hasbeen out was short while after Taulbees death and up to await the action of tho court Kiccaid njade no effort to es cape while at liberty but announced bis in tention to surrender to the caso should result fatally A reporter visited the statiohh6usevspph after Kincaids arrest aud him look ing pale and sickly Ho seemed entirely ob livious to his surroundings and is a wreck of his former condition isjseri ous and it is the opinion of many of his friends that live to standhis trial FORTYTWODIAMONDSSTOLEN DALLAS Tox March 11 night a thief threw a largo stone through thesLow window of Dorran Samuels jewelers ind snatched a tray containing fortytwo dia mondTiugs over No arrest was made The uOld Hutch Swindle CHICAGO March long secret session was heId by the Board of Trade directors this afternoon over the Settling qiork whom it the wellknown broker BI P Hutchinsonwas swindled out of a large sum The case against Dickinson in whose office one of the settling clerks was employed was others action public WASHINGTON March the Senate the House amendment to tho Senate concurrent resolution instructing the Seuato and House committees on immigration to investigate the workings of various laws on immigration was taken up It adds to tho scope of inquiry tho subject of purchase of American industries by foreign capital After some discussion the matter went over without action Among the petitions presented and re ferred was one for Florida asking a duty of a dollar a box on oranges Mitchell introduced a joint resolution proposing an amondmentto the Constitution providing for the election of Senators by a direct vote Moriill offered a resolution which was agreed to directing tho Secretary of the Interior to report any information in his Department in relation to tho organization of a lottery company by the Indian Terri torial Government of the Creek nation Hoar called up the resolution reported by him yesterday for the exclusion from tho records interpolated by Call in his remarks in his dissension with Chandler afew weoks ago Aftersome debate Eustis said there was not any exaggeration in what was inserted in the record compared with what was publicly uttered on the tloor The language was not the same but the accusation was the idea was the same the arrangement was tho sarae although he confessed the language inserted in the record was proba bly a littlo move flowery thanthat uttered on tho floor Edmunds illustrated the question by an allusion to the election in Louisiana of the Legislature to which the Senate was indebt ed for tbo pleasure of Mr Eustiss presence L might say on the floor of the he added that I believe the Senator amis of the State of Louisiana aud that if thero had been an honest vote and an honest count in that state the Senate should not have had that pleasure Now if to morrow there appears in the Record the ad ditional statement that this was accom plished in some way by the action of tho Senator himself and that with bloody hands and wicked intentions ho had managed by fraud and violence to construct a Legislature of that character I my friend ifrom Louisiana would say that all that had been said yesterday and that it was very proper for me behind his back to havo it insetrod the record Daniel asked that Ed munds wordsbe taken down The presiding officer Ingalls asked Daniel to state the words to which1 be took exception so that the official reporter might know exactly the sentence to be written down Daniel said he understood tho Senator from Vermont to impute distinctly Senator fromLouisiana the offense of mur der aud it was to that language ho ox The sentence written out by the reporter and having beoix road by the Daniel saw they were not the words he At the suggestion of Daniels he and the reporter retired to find the objectionable sentence After a fewmin utes Daniels returned as it was difficult the sentence he would not press the matter Edmunds said the record purported to be a true accountof the proceedings but Senator from Florida forgot himself in of heat as to cause to be printed an apparently carefully drawn up statement imputing to a Senator from an other State and iu new language a crime After further debate Call submitted in his own vindication and quoted some of Chandlers expressions im puting to him possibility of pro yoking homicide etc Tho vote resulted in yeas 27 nays 11 no quorum Among the affirmative votes were Turpie and Vance Without disposing of the matter the Sen ate adjourned 1 House n WASHINGTON March pursuance of an agreement Saturday the public building bills passedaipon in Committee of the Whole came up this morning and the previous question was ordered and the bills were passed They provide for the erection of public buildings minor towns with an aggregate expenditure of Mr Enloo as a matter of privilege moved the discharge of the Committee on Invalid Pensions from further consideration of the resolution calling on the Secretary of the Interior for evidence1 takenand reported to him by tho committee appointed to investi gate the thePension Offico under Commissioner Tanner Commissioner Tanner had kept in good faith thepromises he made on the stump and the country wanted to know the reasons why Jie had been kicked out The entire administration of tho Pen sion Office should be thoroughly investigated and overhauled by a Committee of the House The day for shaking tho bloody shirt as excuse for robbingthe public treasury ought to pass If there had been robbery andcorruption let who were concerned in it be consigned to eternal iufamy Merrill chairman of the Committee on Invalid Pensions said he had never heard oftbe resolution until today He had been informed by the clerk of the committee that it hadneverbeen presented to him Yoder a member of the committee corroborated this1 statement In view statement Ecloe with reported a call for the admission of Wyo ofthe which tinder the new a privileged measure against this he in the Commit tee bnTerretbries that the bill should not becalled upvintilconsideration of the Ok lahoma bill was completed Isaker although not denying that such agieement had been macte said that Per kins who is in charge of the Oklahoma bill had given his consent ithat the Wyoming bill should be proceeded with Springer laised the question of considera tion aud the House decided to consider the billby a strict party vote On a point of order raised by Springer the bill was referred to the Committee of the Baker moved that the House go into such committee Springer interjected a motion to adjourn which was defeated motion was agreed to and mglv the House went anto Committee of the Whole The bill havingbeen read Baker denied that he had acted in bad faith in the matter this time The pur pose of the Illinois Sprjnger was to delay consideration of tbo measure until he had an Qppoitumty to bring in an Spnager reiterated his statement that the1 bill had been called up in violation of agreement made The gentle lromA Perkins had him The ZVIoCalla inquiry NEW YORK March board of inquiry investigate the charges againstCora mauder McOalla of the United States man ofwar Enterprise met today The com missioners will decide whether or not to hold a courtmartial Later the court went on board the En and Admiral Kimberly com manded all the men and officers who hac any complaint to make to step forward After a brief hesitation a seaman stepped for ward and was followed by others and one marine Chief Engineer and En sign Kline ranged themselves with the men In all eleven came forward An adjournment was then taken until to morrow THE CASUALTY RECORD The be Floods in the Mississippi Valley Mme Koror LONDON March of tho miners entombed by the explosion yesterday in tho Morns colliery Wales escaped without assistance They crawled through the crevice between tho roof of tho main drift and tho debris They passoc over dead men lying iu heaps They lievo none of thosu in tho pit are alive Tbo lire which followed the explosion be came so tierce that the parties sonrohing for the dead were compelled to withdraw from the mine LONDON March ftrn iu the colliery is spreading There is no hopo of recovering tho bodies Twentylivepercent of the victims wore married and leave fami lies The latest estimate is that ouo hun dred were killed THE HAMBtmG ACCIDENT BUFFALO March an inquest re garding Thursdays accident Conductor Houghtaliug told about the air couplings having broken at Dunkirk and that bo went ahead without air brakes under the six because it would delay tho train too long to wait for a coupling to be fixed Ho admitted that if the air had been properly connected all through the automatic brake it would have stopped tho rear section when the train parted or at any when tho con ductor of tho sleeper pulled tho inside cord that would havo stopped it Tho conductor appeared very downhearted Engineer Moore said that if the air had been properly connected up the two sections would not have been fifty feet apart when both would have been stopped THE MISSISSIPPI FLOODS ST Louis March is a more hopeful feeling today in regard to tho floods Probably a successful eilort will bo made to stop the Saffington Hook crevasse near Arkansas City Ark The Mississippi River from hero to Cairo is lower It is raining however throughout the Missis sippi valley Some of tho railroads at Cairo are under water A MISSOURI TOWN SUBMERGED ST Louis March KcpulbHcs Charlestown special says Part of this city is almost entirely submerged tho ex the natural aud artificial mounds upon which the farmers and stock h avo takorr 1 iliiumj tonigh t and the ontioolc is discouraging Tho lovoo at Birds Point oppositeCairo gave way lastnight All movable railway prop erty at place was hastily transferred to this citjvas was that of the Cotton Belt road on which trains were Abandoned WHITE RIVER BIS1NG March river rose eight feet here today and is now rising at the rate of a foot an hour THREE NEGROES KHXED KANSAS March David McGrew pastor of tho Colored Baptist church at Armstrong Mrs Andrew Reyman and Will Jackson all run over by the tfnion Pacilic train this evening and killed Gould Will Marry Again NEW YORK March World this morning says it is reported that Jay Gould is to the lady being Mrs Maurice B Flinn widow of Maurice Flinn who died last year and daughter of TheodoreMoss who is well known in Wall street theat rical circles Mrs Flinn is a handsome bru nette 25 or 26 years of age Endorsed by the WASHINGTON March Washington branch of the Federation of Labor tonight after discussing Senator Stanfords resolu tion providing for loansto the people by the Government at a very low rate of interest unanimously adopted aresolution approving the proposition Pishiug for the Fisheries PITTSBURG March prominent dealer in canned goods just returned from Oregon says the English are trying to buy tho river salmon canneries They havo options oa every cannery butthree the entire transaction involves 000 Theaffair1 will probably bo consum mated and the salmon fisheries run by the syndicate He Signed Browns Death Warrant FORT Scoxr March Mo Comas who signed the warrant for the exe cution of John Brown died here today aged 74 years He was LieutenantGovernor of Virginia the time Brown was hanged and the signing of the warrant devolved upon Mm absence of Governor Wise A Kansas Rank Fails LARNED Kasv March Lamed State Bank suspended payment today As setts liabilities The indi vidual depositors will make an assignment tomorrow to A A Sharp who will endeavor to straighten up the affairs so pay all the depositors in full Salisbury Opposes Eight Hours BERLIN The Correspondence between Germany and GreatBritain relative to the the international labor con ference is made Lord Salisbury de schemelookingto a legal hours Watering Their Stoclc March the annual meetingof the PennsylvauiaRaiiroad the to usedjat their dis cretion for the good of the load VICTORIAS BBAW1NG ROOM Her Gracious Majesty was Good Humor in High BEATIFICATION OF JEANNE DARC The French Bishops Responsible for the Events marcks Sub lime Porto Sensitive Emperor Knocked Out by tho Kid March i the St Paul and JackLyman of New York fought tonight at the Athletic Club lor a purse of Lyman was knocked put in the roundl A Great Hurdle Race LONDON March 11 At Croydon tho grand international hurdle race about two miles and a quarter over nine hurdles was won by Waterproof Promoter second Brownie third nine starters A Degenerate NEW YORK March Ingraham of the Supreme Court awarded Mrs Storrs a limited divorce from George M Storra son of the late A Storrs of Chicago ou grounds of cruel treatment aid habitual drunkenness LRXDOU March Dispatch Sm Francisco Chronicle Queen looked very well at the drawing room and was in high good humor part of the time and wont away when there were only about thirty ladies present It does seem a little hard that some debutantes can never soo the Queen and especially when a few mo ments longer would enable them to bo per sonally presented and would Too very littlo more fatiguing to her Majesty The nonappearance of tho Duchess ol Fife at tho drawing room was a great disap pointment is it was understood that she was to attend and bo presented by tho Princess of Wales Just as tho last mo ment it was thought advisable that she should romalu at homo in order to avoid all fatigue in viow of an interesting event not very distant PRINCE BISMARCKS BERLIN March personal friends of it is learned that tho Chancellors policy has been to instruct his son Herbert into all the functions of government that he regards as almost hereditary dignities for tho Bis marck lino Tho Chancellor now confesses however his disappointment on finding Her bert physically and mentally unequal to the gigantic task Ho therefore has decided to gradually retire from his1 various positions and ho does so creating secretaryships for tho empire such as prevailed in the Prussian Government In this way there will be created financial commercial and colonial secretaries and tho Chancellor will retain cnly tho Foreign Office for bestowa on Herbert THE EMPERORS rojiTitAiTS Emperor William develops o remarkable sensitiveness His latest order is that no portrait of him or tho Empress or other members of tho imperial family is to be pub lished without his express sanction Hois displeased with the photograpio studies so far put before tho public Tho Emperor is having his portrait painted by three artists Koner Proll and Bcckert to whom he gives a sitting simultaneously Sittings are also now given to a sculptor for tho Emperors bust It is MO exaggeration to say that a good portrait of tho Emperor has been published nor are the photogxaphio studies successful J THE MAH MUST ROME March is reported that the congregation or rites of the Roman Church has postponed the lication of on the ground that the Frenchbishops have been over hasty Ju encouraging the new cult and have without waiting for due authority spread through out the laud pictures of the Maid of Orleans even going so as to insert a stained glass window glorifying her in the Orleans cathedral THE SUBLIME PORTS OFFENDED PARIS March Minis ter has at the request of the Sultaix of Turkey stopped tho performance of M BornJeres tragedy Mohammed at the Odeon Sublime Porte has been advised that thero has been used in ib not altogether reverential tone toward tho alleged prophet of tho East SHE WHOLE HOG LONDON March A Lisbon correspondent of the Tinux saya lhat Ribiro Minister of Foreign Affairs in an interview with Director Magniac of the Bay railway plainly declared that neither England nor America had any right to interfere in the railway matter LISBON TO BE REFORMED LISBON March Government to day issued a decree dissolving the municipal government of this city and appointing a commission to administer the affairs pend ng reforms which the government is con sidering A POLISH TTAKVING BERLIN March tho lower House of the Prussian Diet today Herr Szmula a ole warned the Government against ill Creating the Poles who ho said wore wanted i the event of war with He do lared that if the Poles wore embittered igainst Germany the founding of a now Poland would become possible 2vcn should Germany be victorious against her foes on two fronts it would he jimpossi le for Germany to annex the pror inces until she had first secured her rear le believed it was time for those proviucss JQ bo annexed The Guns Tested PHILADELPHIA March unofficial rial of the dynamite guns cruiser Vosu 5us was made today Wooden oaded with gunpowder were used thd est is reported to have been satisfactory Iceland Seen JJast Night Leland the escaped thief was seen last night by a woman near the further than the above the officers have had no trace of the runaway Kisencleclcer limed by Phelpa BERLIN March American a dinner today toExsendeck er formerly German Minister at tou Death of an Aged Professor IPSWICH Mafch Cowles aged 85 for many r years College died todayi The Atchison Prospers V BOSTON March 11 The 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