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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - March 15, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                Circulation equal to that of all other Dailies in the city combined The best advertising meJ daum in all the interior and mountain region VOL 132 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATTJBDAY MOUNTING MARCH 15 1S90 PRICE FIVE THE HOUSE ECOHOMISTS The Salt Lake Bill to be Cut Down Fifly Per Cent THE INDUSTRIAL HOUSE PROJECT Bill SprinKftrH Idnlio Notions Will Not Murh Ijcnuo Jrco ami Mvpcn r 1SUO Salt t Tho Unl buildin bill Strfrt March 11 CftrnrnlltLo on liibl S hafl thf for discussion and Ciitni ilil lul tonhtllng IDIOMS llin uiftinhors of the corn luari liiidcuvnr a rrjifirt for the full carrUrfl in llin Snuato Hit Tho KiibcnrfiniiLtfto liiafc under rules of thd taking thft and Internal revfrruifi ruftulpls into conskleratlrui It felt uriahhi to rfport a larger surn than which aaonnt will ijo fixed by hill It was however that in Hrmso would prohalily rcrcdn wild prsojiiCt sunifiwhal fiMm Its Thft lIoiKiO Corurnlttfio or Ilihlio ings today u from Salt Lako thai and property of LJIO ft I Sail fnkn ovji1 to tho Goverruncnt for use ii site for tlj loderal SJiaiiKliiKissy Is hero In advocacy of tills Tho argil moiiMiHcd Is that tho In ofllttln yinvotical uso and hat wnuld Us conversion for furniture for cruisers free bath hrniM Hot Siyrinus S3200 experiinental stations Arizona New Mexico surveys to for artesian Son iic fund of now Senators and HeniH THi SKAl Secretary tnday executecl a lease wlrh tinNorth Ameriean Com pany of Vurlc and Kan Francisco for tJiklnfur setN on rhe Khuifis of St Paul Alaska for a period of years fioin May next A IHOIOSITiOX A now proposition In conneetjoti with Mio made to tlio HoiiM 1Odiy by M SeyDlOlir tin NIIiv Vork Kxchiingf whn stated that lie reiuesented a nuinber Of willing to buMd lines and niitin tuhi a postal system utidor Gov oiiirnent supervision in accordance with tli3 of tbe bill or to operate on a uniform eent rate Tho vcjinpiiiiy proposed to uiij tho patent multi ple system hnllcl and maintain the Hues needed furnish operators power and stutlonery and to have a to build over all roads They ask exemptions from Fcdrral and State taxation In cities when the ne crowded the syn deuo will fninlsli Its own olHces It would make a contract tho Government for Iffien years with tho prlvelogo of i renewal unless ihu iovernrjiont would tilo the lines lit rljo end of thaitime iit a value appraised iiy Tim synflloatu expects to to do privates business outside of Kovernmeiil To linos under I lie patent system would cost 7 per eent les1 than the present system It proposes lo luisi the wire newspapers at nominal and to reduce press rates KJ per cent To establish the riysten under the provisions ot the bill would about seven million A complete systmr covciiriK tJm country would cost millions scliemo stitution economy Calm IM opposed to the change on tho ground that Mm si to Is not central und that thn abolition of the home with which his Is nut In sympathy would bo a gross breach of fultb Senators Edmunds and Paddock will op pose iho Hcliomo Jt THI snusOKiiMANsuii RBPOKT expected the minority report of tlio Committeo cm Territories opposed Idahos admission cm tho grounds thnt tcub oath Springer and Maisur sign thin proolour docurnout vvhloh will carry llltlo weight among tlio reason ablemen of their party Tho policy of tlio Iopublioaii majority will bo to admll alt tbo Territories Imlupcuduifc of thulr assumed political completion as soon as they can show tholr for Statehood lloth Wyoming und Idaho receive the full party voto at least Tho Ilotiio and Senate commiltwos luivo agreed upon a favorable report on Mayor bill to IUPMMUO the borrowing power of Ogdon Mayor Kioscl leaves Wash ington tonight for Now York and tbo West Mli CANNON NOT ALAUMKD March TMs Francisco Chronicle Caution of Illinois does not ngrao with liop rosontatlvo Carlisle regarding the danger of a dettolt in the Treasury Department this yoar becauseof tho oxtravagant appropria tions of uml as chairman of tho Committeeon Appropriations has a right to speak Ho said today Tho appropriations for the next fiscal year will not oxccod those of tho current ioar except to tbo extent that tho aggregate Js tnoreusud by pension and public building I a pension bill will bo pnssdd doing justice lo tho soldiers with out looting tho Troiisury Tho disabled soldiers will bo cared for wlthott requiring an exjxMidUuro of moro than a yoar Tho public building committee will havo to bo very extravagant to niuko tholr expendIturos aggregate moro than those by tho commltteo during tin last Congress I think that after all tho regular appropriations urn mado thm0 will bo u margin of for reduction of tho rovonuo Whon you comu to talk about what may bo lone what extraordin ary expenditures may bo authorized isnothing to base a suitcmeut on Thats all THE SEAL COMPANYS JIANAtJKK March II Assocliitixl K Tlnglo special treasury agent it tho fual Islands under tho lust uclmliilstrutioii bus Inum appointed coniral iitiLiiaAcr of tho Jsorth American company tho new lessees of tho Alaska Fur Scil privllego Tho least with that company will bo executed by Secretary Wlndom this afternoon or tomorrow NOT In response to tho Senate resolution upon tho Socrutary of the Interior for a report us to tho oauso of withholding patents for lands within thu limits of thn Union PuclUo grantwhich are froo from nil claims and reservod at the date ot tho definite location of tlio eompunys road Sqorotnry Noble says he Is still considering Ojfestions as to thoso lands as to whether are free from all claims tuicl reserved and other questions of law and fact iu con nection with tho grant These nuesllons tho Secretary says nro 01 more than ordi nary Importance aud not yet been uole to cornploto the inquiry THK CONGFll HRrOUT The subrommlttoe of tho House Commit tee on Agriculture to which was roferiiMl the Conger and bills for the regulation of tho mamifioturo of substi tute for card imposing a tax and li cense to bo collected by iho internal revenue buiYaii favorably reported tho Conger bill to ho full committee today with a few jun cud in on ts WANTS FREE SfGAR Tho Republican members of tho House Illinois delegation hold a conference hero there being but two absentees to eonsId or the tariff question so far as it ro lates to the on sugar Tho ferenco was an earnest and harmonious one Upon motion of Pnysou tho following was uniiMiinously adoptod Tluil the of thf Re nifiMhurs of the Illinois tlelocnUon in tiuU in any bill to he reported bv the on uuU TKvisinc tho jinMMit tfvriiT below Xo lt should be aU iniitcd frooof tluiy MAllIXS CONFBliENCB KXPKNSES Secretary NVindom today transmitted to the Senate u letter from Secretary KhUne nsking for an additional appropriation of to meet tho expenses of tho Intor Marine Conference The original appropriation was TfiOUBLE FOR GARNOT The Tirard Ministry Hand in Their A WIDE WASTE OF WATERS The Mississippi Fifteen Miles Wide at Cairo AN ARKANSAS TOWN UNDER WATER Gangs of Men Working Day and Night to Strengthen tho More Favorable Outlook at New Signal OHlce Warning Tho Dftwiifull Brought About by thti TmklHh or liIo qiiot to Siicvuud Thiird March action of the Sonata on Prlmo Minister Tlr ardM dcmuud for a of conticlonco cm Uie nt a commufclal treaty with Tiiilcny has brought about tho downfall of tho uritlriministry All tho members pro coiylcd fiirnnooii lo tho ot Ciirnot and formally tendered tholr resignations ACCOCNT Tho lulvurso action of tho yester day on Irlrnu Jlhilstur Tlrurds demand for tins uroptluu if the order of the clay when tho matter of tho commercial treaty with Turkey was brought up has ouusod the downfall of this oiiMro ministry Intorpollu tloii was submitted during yesterdays slt llnj the treaty In response to this Tintrd moved tho udoutlon of tho order of tho day Tho by a 77 fofused to adopt tho motion Tirard then tendoifit his njslfrnutlon to the Prusidoncbut Lho littler persuaded him to rumulri in ollico aftor Kustor A Cabinet mooting was hold today at wliluli Tirard roconsklorud his dctormiiiutlou lo remain and aftor tho mooting was over ho teudored tho resigna tions oC ii mtimburs tho Uabiuot Do Ffoyclnot will probably form tho new minis try TO THE FHONr President liuld a consultation with Floiuot this afternoon It is believed in sotnti quarters this evening that Fioquot will be asked to form a Cabinet A FIGHT An Exciting Mill IlcsuKs in a Vic tory Murpliy FttANCisco March Tho fight bo twecn Hilly Murphy of Australia and Tommy Wnrroii of California at tho Occi dental Club tonight for a purse of S1SOO and thy feathorwolght championship was ono of tho shortest on record in this city Dan of St Paul a wellknown light weight was roforoo Both mou woro in ilno condition In tho llrst round after a sharp exchange Murphy reaohod Warrens neck with a right hander and tient him down In tho second round Murphy again reached Wanens neck and sent him against tho ropes but ho quickly In tho third round Warren took the ag grosslve and gave Murphy somo staggering blows Iu the jaw and on tho body which distressed him In the fourth round Murphy started In with a vicious rush and uflor somo sharp Intoivbangos the men clinched The ref eree tried to separate them but they fell Warren undornouth and Murphys Unco pressing his When Murphy roso lay OH tho lloor evi dently In great Loud cries of of foul were raised Wanvu at last got on bN feet and tho men resumed fighting Murphy struck Warren iu tho jaw and knocked him down and just as ho was ris ing tho police brolco Into tho ring and stop ped tho light Great confusion again ensued Warrens friends yelling foul Finally tho referee secured a hearing and awarded tho light to Murpbv Tho decision was tho causo of another outbreak and protests from Warren and his seconds but tho roferno remained tlrm ami tho crowd soon dispersed Tho Senate Committee added tho follow of official war records books o Cnll OmcAfiO March 11 Tho full text of whatpurports to bo a call for a National Convention of tho United Brotherhood CliuinaGaol is issued by the Executive Hoard of that organization and was pub lished hero this morning Tho document reviews the events in tho history of tho or ganization during tho past few years and takes ground that tho would be bet ter oil without tho socodors who took their departure recently at Philadelphia Tho document explains that tho places oJ tbo four boisof tho Executive Committee who do sertod havo been duly filled by a majority of tho Board Tho placo and date of tho convention are left to boindicated later Xtio call was issued February 20th To JRomove Chinatown PAN FKASCISCO March Pond today approved tho ordinance recently passed providing for tho removal of tho Chinese population to a prescribed section iu the outskirts of South San Francisco A greater portion of tho Chinese population of San Francisco estimated at are now located in u district adjacent to business center of too city and if tho order is en forced It will work a marvelous change iu that locality Tho Chinese will test tho constitutionality of the ordinance Tho President at Charleston CHAULKSTOX S CV March Presi dential party reached hero tills afternoon and were taken to Fort Sumtor and shown around tho harbor Tonight Mrs Har rison and hor friends had a reception Democrats and Republicans vied with cnoh other in paying tiiolr respects Tho party will louvo for Florida In the morning NEW March Govern ment gauge at a in reads sixteen feet a fall of fourtenths from the highest point reached yesterday afternoon The streets are free of overflow of water along tho water front except at St Peters KtnscL thero tho flow will soon bo stopped I drained slowly all night and is drizzling this morning THK mVKIlS PALfj WASHINGTON March rain storm tho past four days in tho lower Mississippi valley has practically ended yet water dan gerous the lower valley is now in tho MIs tributaries There are no en couraging prospects for arty portion of tho lower Mississippi valley Tint stage at Now Orleans is now threetenths above tho high est over known and last night touched six ton ths above The river has fallen slightly al Cairo but sharp rises at St Louis and particularly Louisville and Nashville make It evident that the recession at Cairo Is only temporary and that thcnco southward the river must continue al its present high stage for at least a week al though Ihe stago of water at Cairo and Helena aro about four foot below tho cx tremo fluods In tho past yet the prospects aio very decided at even these places that tho Creates flood over known will occur during tlio next woven days At Vloksburg Mio river Is onehalt below the groat Hoods of bnt tho very high slagu water In tho lower Arkansas renders I certain thai will be no rolinf at Vloksbifig unless indeed tho wholo country should bo flooded Warnings given by signal officers several daysslnco that all stock and other muvoablo property In tho lower Mississippi river val ley should bo removed to looalllios above extreme flood lovol arc reiterated TIIK nANOlJKIMMlNHNT ST Louts March advices from thi lowur Mississippi regarding flood aro that tho country between tho Ar kansas lino arid Vicksburg on both sides of the rivor Is in imminent danger of inun dation Tho Arkansas lovces have been abandoned water Is running over tho Ar kansas loveo in several places This means that Tonsils basin in Louisiana will bo In undated All efforts arc being concentrated to savo tho levees Iu Louisiana between Vicksburg and the Arkansas line and those on tho Mississippi shore between Vioksburg and Greenville If Louisiana goos under Mississippi maybe safe or viccvorsa on caoh side of tlio rivor Most horolo exertions havo been made for weeks and are now being re doubled Rain has fallen in torrents ovory whovo At allendangered points watchis leapt up day and nighfc Live stock und movoablcs being taken to places of safe ty Protection lovco at Maycrsvllle Missis sippi gave way yesterday afternoon and tho river came against the now lovoo which Is considered unsafe A panic seized tlio population and many ladles and children woro sent to Vloksbmg by steamer 200 miles of lovoes are endangered and a gener al overflow is considered inevitable by tho majority of experienced persons There Is no causo to apprehend a loss of life but tho destruction to property will bo groat 1UVE11 AGAIN niSlNd northeast storm rivor wont down to is again swelling and water Is now running over Blenvillo Couti and St Peters streets but tho overflow is not enough to cause much dnooimmiouco A telephone at 0 a in from Nita plantation says tho crevasse there la 100 fcofc wide There Is a wlclo Imlturn in front of It and tho crovasso will ho closed by the Mississippi Valley railroad Several small breaks In tho old loveo In that vicinity aggregating 50 foot so far aro reported STKBSOTUKNING TUB LEVBES Tho condition oC aflulrs on tho rivor ronfc is much more satisfactory this evening than at tho sumo time yesterday Tho city authorities aided by the railways havo strengthened tho weak places in the levees and arc constructing temporary lovcos of bags ill led with earth from St Louis to Hos pital streets and at other points but from St Louis street to Canal where so much water camo in yesterday nothing has yot boon clone Tho Icvoos in this section woro injured moro by tho wind and weather than by tho flood Today tbo wind is blowing from tho north at a velocity of thirty miles an hour Governor Nichols today issued a procla mation requesting all steamers to keep as near midstream as possible and run as slow as circumstances will permit during tho present freshet in tho Lower Mississippi The waves from passing vessels havo done a good doal of damage to tho temporary work on the A dispatch from Grooiivlllo late to night says tho situation there is much im proved and that tho weak spots iu the loveo have boon strengthened so that the four of breaks is much lessened Tho Arkansas lovoes opposite Greenville aro also all right rEAWSVOB THE ARKANSAS SIDE March tho river Is tho highest point ovor re corded and It is still rising Tho opinion hare is that thu levees on tho Mississippi side will bo able to withstand tho pressure of tho great Hood but tho situation on tho Arkansas side below Arkansas City is far from reassuring although tho damage should tho lovco glvo way would bo slight compared with the destruction which would ensue should tho oast bank break 1assongers on tho Louisville New Orleans Texas railroad arriving hero today re port novel SCENES ALONO THE ROAD The lowlands and lagoons in the Mississippi delta aro flooded until the only dry land visible is the ridge on which tlio track and a few promontories protruding above tho water These placesafford shelter for hundreds of squirrels and other small gurue Huts and cabins in tho lower lauds are submerged several fcob in water Tied to the doors aro skiffs and dugouts which afford the occupants their onlj means of transit from one placo to another Every thing presents an air of Avaste and desola Between Vichsburg and Lula Miss the water is highest and tho farmers who have not already moved aro making every pre paration to do so Along the lino of the Memphis andLittloKock Eaijroad the same state of affairs exists Unless tho waters in the Mississippi and Arkansas recede moro rapidly than before tho unfortunate people will suffer great privations A correspondent of Appeal telegraphs from Arkansas City tonight that the con dition of the lovcos between Jlarupliis and that placo is not alarmingThcCirclo river buck of Laconla ho says will break before Tuesday next There aro 2000 peoplo living inside the Circle ninetenths of them ne Tho destruction to stock and prop erty will bo enormous Tho lovoes on tlio Arkansas rlvor aro washing awuy EVERTOTING ilOVABLB GONE NEWPOHT March river commenced rising over too levees last and the whole town except Fort street is now from four inches to two feet undo water Business is entirely suspended Th damage to the adjacent country Is ininienSL The rise was sudden and without warning Everything movable is gone Tho eountr south of Xowport which embraces some C the lincst farms in the State 1 also inundated Between Helena an tho mouth of tho St Francis rive there are very few spots of dry iaud and rises oftwo feet will cover everything I some places the river is from live to seve rnlies wide A CIJITICAL CONDITION ViCKSBtrno March cap tain of tho Loo Boards steamer reports th condition of the levees as critical every where Fie considered that Louisiana wl Inevitably go under even if the Mississlpp luvees were down Great gangs of men ar hard at work trying to save tho levees FIFTEEN MILES WIDE CAIKO March width of the Miss Issippi river at the mouth of tho Ohio i now about fifteen miles but this vast bod of water is slowly receding THREE WORKMEN KILLED CUMBERLAND March morning a huge rock rolled down th mountain side and fell upon tho West Vir glnla Ccutral Hallroad track in a cut fort miles wesr of here A work train with crew of twelve men was dispatched to re movo the obstruction While they wore a work a groat mass of earth came rush in from iho steep mountain side and some of themen from sight Two wer dead when taken out aud ono has sine died Three are seriously if not fatally injured ONTO THE Twenty Thousand Boomers Invade tlie Cherokee Lands Their Progress Opposed by a Wall of Fir Cattle Stampeded and Wild Ex cltoiuout Prevails OALWWBLL March hun dred families of Cherokee boomers have do elded to move into Tho Strip on Monday Caplahi Binbank U S has tried to clis suarlo them but they told him they would go in if they had to fight Burbank has tel ographed for reinforcements ITU KUSII BEfUNS KANSAS CITY March re ception of tho news of the passage througl tho House of Representatives of tho bill ex tending a Territorial government over th Cherokee strip together with tho Oklahom bill was received hero by tho Chorolcoi boomers with great joy This morning tbi rush for the strip by a thousand or mon families congregated between hero and In dian Territory began Intense excitomen prevails among tho boomers and they ar determined to stake claims regardless of op position by tho military A UUSrt OF TEN TnOUSAND ARKANSAS CITY March is reportoc that a company of United States soldiers from Oklahoma City are already in tho strii awaiting tho advance of the boomers and that a special train is bearing reinforce ments from Leavonworth Kas The rush of all classes continued all day and by sundown poop h entered tho ON TO THE That was the signal invasion of Cherokee Outlet by the boomers who havo been gathered on tho border of the strip for tho past fortyeight hours It echoed around tbo Outlet from midnignt until dawn this morning and when tho sim rose over tho promised land this invasion was fairly begun All day long lines of canvass coveroc schooners drew into tho covetei land To night ifc is estimated that from different points of entrance fully people have passed and half of that number havo staked claims Tho strip is invaded and for a mouth past in fact ever since President Harrison issuec his proclamation ordering tho cattlemen to vaciito the outlet tho boomers have been gathering on the frontier They wore all sorts of people and oamo in all sorts of rigs Somo who could not afford the luxury even of a wagon tramped to tbfl border beside their horses laden Avith household good and children At all the principal points of assembly Ooomor associations of various kinds kinds have been formed It has been tbo general belief among tho loaders that Presi dent Harrison would nob insist upon their removal when once established upon claims Yesterday afternoon all was quiot among the boomers Six hours later A SCKNB OF EXCITEMENT prevailed equalling that which accompanied tho invasion of Oklahoma a yoar ago News was received from Washington that tho Ok lahoma bill had passed the House Tho news spreadquickly and by 4 oclock tho male wore malting hurried prepar ations to move at ouco over the border Tho sun was just rising whon the first ox team started Tho invasion camo with a rush No ono expected it not even tho set tlers themselves Tho tenants of the strip tho Cherokee Live Stock Association and their agents were taken entirely unawares The Cherokee Indian police forco was too insignificant to oppose the invaders Tho Government so far as known had taken no precautions to arrest a possible movement of settlers and ifc was not until early this morning that tho military appeared on tho scone Captain Bnrkank in command of a small forco of troops at Oklahoma City inarched into the strip late lasr night to stay the progress of tho boomers but so far as known this forco had no effect In retard ing the movement On entering tho Strip tho cattle grazing there looked upon tho unusual scone with alarm A STAMPEDE ENSUED which the cowboys in charge were unable to either chock or control The cattle fled five or six miles before the invaders from the North where they wore mot fty boomers coming up from Olalioma Between these two fires they woro driven east and west Arriving on tho Strip tho settlers staked tholr claims Advices from Iowa state that 500 boomers have started from there Just as the wagons wore ready to move a big prairie fire was discovered raging in tho out let It is thought it may have been set by tho cattle people to drive back the setttlers So were tho boomers that not even the lire could stop them and they proceeded avoiding it by making a detour Five hundred or more went in from Oald well while Guthrie which a year ago was thoobjectlve point of tho noted rush into Oklahoma todas way tho starting place for SOO boomers bound for the strip Judge Davis Heirs CHICAGO March of the rela tives of the late Judge Andrew J Davis of Butte concerning whom there was much speculation were discovered today The residence of the John A Davis men tioned yesterday was located today at Thirtyninthstreet and Cottage Grove ave nue His SOD Edward Davis said today that the family has 110 knowledge probable disposition of Judge Davis for tune Besides his father there are three other brothers and three sisters of theJudge living Five Cents 011 the BoUar NEW YORK March and Stayner who wore committed to jail in default of bail each on January 24 the suit of tho Cincinnati Hamilton Dayton to recover have now secured a deed of settlement from per cent of their creditors on a basis of five cents on tho dollar and hy consent of all counsel Judge Andrews today reduced their bail to each V KILLED BY HIS MISTRESS An Evanston Man Lured to His Death by a Street Siren A RANCHER BEATEN AND ROBBED An Episcopal Clergpman Robs the Citizens for Sweet Charitys Sake Noted Pirate Cronin Appeals V March Special to THE This city was the scene of a sensational murder at 1 this morning Harry Murrin visited the resort kept b Miss Kate Prosser During his Stay a qnar rcl ensued and Miss Prossor fled into ad joining room Murrin itternptcd to follow her when she shot through the panel of th door killing him Instantly Tho hall en tererl above tho left ear and passing down ward came out at tho back of tho head Th weapon used was a 3Scalibro bulldog re volver Tho parties havo quarreled on va rlons occasions and it is stated that Murrin wanted hor to marry him This she posi tively refused to do ind tho quarrel re suited Miss Prosser Is now in jail awoitini examination BEATEN AND ROBBED During tho past few days several holdup navo occurred in this city night j rancher named Phillips was robbed of S160 and a gold watch Ho was returning f when tho robbers suddenly jumped upon him and beat him unmercifully Phil lips Is now in a precarious condition VICTIMIZED BV A VERMLLMON S March TRIBUNE San Francisco Chronicle Tho talk ottho town is tho alleged crookoc transactions of tho Rev J B Garland rec tor of tho Episcopal Church hero who i said to have worked the citizens of thi placo to tho extent of or Attachments and lions aggregating woro today issued against tho Episcopa buildings here Garland camo hero from NewYork about a year ago and is an En conceived tho ide of erecting a training school and at onco interested tho citizens A rectory school building ant dormitory were oreotcd Tho church anc rectory paid for and wore consecrated by Bishop here on December lash Mr Garlaiid brought twentyfive orphan boys from Now York and they quartern in the dormitory and tho supposition has boon that they were supported by charity Bishop Haro has boon hero looking after tho churchs Interest but he gives the creditors lifctlo satisfaction Mr Garlanc says that his creditors havo been hasty and by jumping on him havo lessoned their chances of getting a speedy settlement A NOTED SMUGGLER KILLED SEATTLE March Associated Andrew A Holt alias Anderson tho uotod smuggler and pirate on Puget Sound lor many years was fatally shot on his sloop near this city tonight while resist ing arrest by U S oflicors THE MUIIDERED MINEBS TOMBSTONE March Tho posse that loft hero for the scone of the killing of the two men by tho Apaches returned this found the skeletons of the men All the flesh had been eatoii by coy otes and nothing remained by which identifi cation was possible THE CBONIN APPEAL OniOAdO March Judge McConell to night signed the bill of exceptions iu the Oronln case Tlio document will bo taken to tho Supreme Court at Ottawa whore Lawyer Forrest will for a for Coughlin Burke and OSullivan A MAIL JIOBBMRABKHSTED CHICAGO March Tho PostofHce in spector today arrested a man named John Hogan formerly employed as mail transfer agent at the Now York Central depot New York For months past the department has boon receiving complaints from whole sale Jewelry houses about the loss of jewelry from tho mails It was found that Hogan was robbing tho mails in the depot and hence his arrest He is said to have con fessed IJURCHELI HAKES A STATEJCENT WOODSTOCK March 14 Burchcll was induced last night to mako a statement concerning tho purpose of his coming to anada but could not be persuaded to say anything that would throw light on Bcne wolls murder or his own movements on tho fatal clay Ho said he camo to Canada as i pupil The llrm of Ford Rath jono England took from him ind promised to secure him a firstclass Iaco on a fine Canadian farm it Woodstock TTo met Farming Agent Mc Donald who sent him out to a farm near 3pringiield Burchcll couldnt stand it lowover and after two days camo back to Woodstock Piokthall is also a pupil sent out by tho same firm This firm Burcholl says is making piles of money and Las igonts in several towns in America Bu roll ells counsel says the principal lino of defense will be that tho prisoner could ot possibly Lave walked the distance from Princeton station to tbc placo where the ody was found committed tho murder out out the names from the clothing and got back to tho station between 11 and 3 oclock GttOANS AKD TEARS IN A COURTROOM LA OROSSE March 14 Sentconce vas pronounced on tho lynchers at White all by Judge Newman today Charles fohnson Olo Sletto Mrs Olson and her son vcro sentenced to imprisonment for three days in each year solitary There was a scene of greal excitement in tho room Mrs Olsen fainted and shedding of ears The sheriff started for Waupun with he prisoners this afternoon A Serious Strike NEW YORK Miirch The American Gulon line today received a cable dispatch mating that the Arizona would not sail rom Liverpool on account of the strike among the stevedores which affects all reamers sailing trom Liverpool It is nought the strike will extend nil over the British Isle if noc tie whole of All ingagements for freight have been declared and passage tickets called in The Guionline has not had a ship in here or two weeks The Inman lines City of which arrived AVednesday bad a ard time to get out of Liverpool Obituary DUBLIN March Hon Eichard Dawes second baron of tho exchequer di Ision of the high court of justice In Ireland 3 dead A Senatorial Romor NEW to the ForZ2 this morning a ruaior was current esterday present investigation of Street jail affairs grand jury Is reaching out in an extraordinary fashion and the outcome of tho whole wii be iho indict of Mayor Grant for an al leged collect ion of illegal while he was sheriff Tho rumor is received seriously in owing to tho sUtl tiulo of the mayor towards iludistrict at torneys is in chargo of iho op posing faction ami of the district attorneys ortife towards tho yor The district at torney ivfused lo talk of tho matter Mayor Grant last evening said I have never taken any illegal tees while iu the sheriffs office or nny other Oppose the 3IcKiuley Bill BOSTON March Commercial tin will announce tomorrow ihe organiza tion of a new association of wool manufac turers which will disposeof the old National Association of which William Whitman is president The new association will resist the extreme demands of the wool growers Some fifty manufacturers responded to the first call representing every class of woolen manufacturers Tho Bulletin will say The original meet ing included representatives even from Philadelphia and if the extreme measures proposed by McKinley aro actu ally incorporated in his bill it is likely they will be joined by tho carpot men in a A FRINGE IN DISGRACE The British Parliament LONDON March tho House of Lords today Lord Salisbury gave notice of a mo tion approving tho report cf the Pariurl Commission and thanking tho judges fo their just and impartial conduct In tlie commons Secretary Ferguson re fused to reply to questions rogardlus the Behring sea negotiations until ho should be able to give Information without detrimen to tho negotiations A motion by Trevelyn that Parliamen should adjourn in July and hold a winter session rejected Another Gl a Us ton inn Victory LONDON March election in Stoke upon Trent today resulted in tho return o Gower the Gladstbnian candidate EDUCATION AS A SOLUTION Senator Toller Speaks on the Southern Question Tho General Fremont Ketiromont Bill Creates Discussion in tlio Cliwrokco Outlet Not Open WASHINGTON March tlio Senate after the consideration of a number of pub lic building and other measures Hale from tho Commltteo on Appropriations reported Urgent Deficiency bill and h ho would call it up for act ion next Monday The Educational bill was then taken up as unfinished business and Teller addressed the Senate in support of it Speaking of tho race problem he said it was not so great thab it might not be solved because If it were ho should despair of the Republic If tho Southern people and the negro could not live together in a state of political equality and political harmony thero wts an cud to republican government in onethird at least of the area of the United States lie had no key to the ho believed that edu cation might in some respects help to solve it If tho colored people were educated the chances would bo better that the raceslivo together on better terms Ignorance and vice went hand In hand If the South alone wero able and willing to try to educate the colored race of people tho North would not complain but if tho South lacked either a desire or tho ability ic was right and proper that the North should coma to its aid Georgo said if tho Senators on both sides of the chamber were to bring to the solution of tho question if a solution wero possible the charity and kindness and good feeling exhibited by the Senator from Colorado a good doal of trouble would be re moved Tho bill then went over without action Call gave written notice that ho would on Monday move to modify certain rules as to executive sessions the object of the motion being to allow consideration of the domina tions of Swaino and Stripling as judge aud district attorney for the Northern District of be considered ia open oxecu session Cullom presented resolutions relative to tho death of Representative Townscnd Illinois declaring that tho Senate shared with the House in its expression of sorrow and directing copies of the resolutions to be forwarded to tho family of the deceased He then pronounced an eulogy of the dead member After appropriate remarks by Vest and Tones the Senate as a further mark of respect adjourned till Monday House March stated that the erroneous impression had one out that according to the provision of tho Oklahoma bill passed yesterday tho ihcvokce Outlet had been declared open to settlement under the homestead laws Tho herokeo Outlet was not open to settlement The statement should have been that the public land strip and not the CherokeeOut been opened to settlement The hcrokeo Outlet was embraced within the limits of the new territory but was not open to settlement under the Homestead Act The House then went into Committee of the Whole on the private calendar The bill authorizing the President tore tiro General Fremont with tho rank of HajorGencral was taken up Kilgoro offered an amendment for the retirement of jeneral Fremont with the rank of Brigadier cnernl Panklever said the country owed Fremont a debt of gratitude There was not a hardy toiler In the length and breadth of the laud who did not cherish the name of Fremont and associated it with the greatest glory aud renown of tho country Banks reviewed in eulogistic language encral Fremonts record and dwelt with enthusiasm upon his service in preserving the Pacific Coast to the United States Had t not been for Fremont who could say that today the flag of the American llepublic vould float over tho States on the Pacific Congress would honor itself in recog nizing the services of General Fremont Mansur spoke1 in the same vein Kilgores amendment wns rejected aud the bill laid aside with favorable recom mendation The bill was subsequently rc jorted to the House but no final action vis taken and the House took a recess evening session was for the cousidcra Ion of private pension bills The usual Friday evening routine in the House was enlivened tonight by the discus ion granting a pension of S40 a nonth to Francis of Michigan on he ground of blindness This is one of the bills vetoed by President Cleveland The Liscussion was participated in by Stone Tarsney Kilgore andLane Finally his bill and one other were reported from heCommittee of to but before action was taken Breckinridge moved an adjournment Perkins protested vigorously but the our of having arrived the House ad ourned Wants a Divorce March Dunlo who as married a short time ago to Belle Bily n a singer has brought or adivorce A DelecfciMe Story Concerning Ifunfetosis Soninlaw K1S PARISIAN DAMQSEL IN TROUBLE his persecution of Princess llolgoroxiki the morgamlc wife of his lato father One his first acts on ascending the Throne was oxiio her and her children and during boj lifetime tlioy never will allowed to to Kussiu Now he has practically com hor property in the country bj pinvhuMiiji it at abom quarter of its vuluti and this as meanness in money mat tors naturally attracts attention whet n sovereign is a party to the display parsimony have been un sparing particularly in Gomvany Kussian Minister has protesred against th criticisms The Two Snltaiis of Keifriing Monarch a Slave to the Princess Cruelly Perse cuted by the Czar An Appeal from Bismarck BERLIN March is stated that Bis marck lias Windthorst Clerical jadcr to give support to startling financial nd military proposals which the Govern mentwill soon lay before the Reichstag BERLIN Maivh San Francisco MorWs correspondence Ono or two arinilly writtou paragraphs in llio social announce ments ot tilt newspapers glvo the informa tion hat Princo Haufeldt and ihe Princess Clara Htintingion may bo expected hero shortly The chances of the Princo and Princess getting any recognition at Jill in court circles arc very slim We have been hearing some queer stories here for thejpast few about the Princes heavy losses at the Console in Paris Wo hear he received tho cut direct from Count Minister at a receptloi given by Minister WhitHaw Reid This snub to the prince was more marked because Count Munstor spoke for some minutes with Princess HuU fold c and observed afterwards to a mutual friend that he admired her very much Kven if nothing else were in the way Prince early career in Berlin his wildness and his queer of raising money would militate against the social as pirations of tlio Princess It is possible that this might have been forgiven if sinoo his marriage ho had acted like a man and boldly faced his creditors instead of resort ing to petty subterfuges If the Prince comes back hore there is likely to bo somo trouble about his debts lie Is heir to the largest ostatoof Furstenberg and to the millions of his mother but Uiatlady so fond of her great descent is nono too proud to insist that American mlllionairo should pay for his daughters by settling tho princes debus Mr HuntiuKtoii has written to somo of tho creditors statins he was willing to pay his portion of tho debts but that ho thought it only right that Hatzfeldts rich parents should do their part This they refuse to do Whether they will go so far as to tho princes creditors to forco him into tho bankruptcy court remains to be scon A few days igo Baron EgbertFursteniJurg a friend of tho Prince who endorsed his promissory notes was in Berlin I met him ono night tho club whero somo discus sion about tho Prince camo up Tho baron said that tho Princo had avoided all at tempts for a reckoning of accounts and made tho following assertion I wish to correct a said ho which Princo Hatzfeld made somo tiwo ago He claimed that I had received most of the money raised on promissory notes and instead of owing me I was indebted to him for a large amount If bo ho simply I care less about receiving my money than about disproving tho false hoods which not alone Priuco Hatzfcldt but also his parents have spread regarding my connection Franz Hatsfoldt and I wore intimate friends lie came to mo and asked mo to sign some promissory notes for him They weio blank and he said ho would fill them out for gilders In fact ho made them out for It was merely a friendly accommodation I thought I never im agined that a son of tho Hatzfeldts would not meet his obligations I did not have a pfennig of that money nor did I owe Hatzfeldt any money at tho time After wards wo owned somo houses together Hatzfeldt managed thorn but would never give mo an accounting though I frequently asked him When tho crash camo he fled and I had to face thorn I from 50 to 70 per cent of these notes nearly marks I have brought suit against him and ho has 31 over alleged in court that I was indebetcd to him He has by all sorts of subterfuges delayed finding of a judgment Ho avoided service of any papers and when I sued him in Berlin lie claimed to have residence elsewhere and used other legal quibbles Whon after three years of squab bling tho courts decided in my favor io allowed judgment to be rendered by default This gavehlm a chauceof reopening tho and securing another long PRINCES PAK1SIAN ALLIANCE PARIS March dAllemayne a young woman who enjoyed Princo feldts favors in the days of his batcbelor hood and who went to London intending to make a scene at the wedding has bejjn be fore thoParis civil tribunal at tho suit of a tradesman in the Rue De La Paix The amountcaimed as well as tho extra vagance shown in various Items are elo quent against the morality of the prince who without having a penny of his own could encourage a woman in such reckless expenditure Tho bill dates from 1SSG during which period the young woman was under the pro Lection of tho present husband of Hunting tons and it amounts to francs This total includes night shirts trimmed with valencicnnes at Sly each other garments at each pink and green garters at each a petticoat at SSO a red silk dress at S300 a green vel vet perfumed sachets each a pair of sheets incrusted with old lace at 1000 francs pillows to match at 8500 francs shrimp colored quilt at 2500 Jranos and so on This it appears is only one of the whole scries of bills which Mine DAllcmaync i owes to the tradesmen of the Itue de la Paix and which were incurred with the knowledge of the Prince The amount she refused to pay alleging that the prices were exhorbitant She has jcen condemed to pay tho amount and the people arc wondering in Paris whether the irince will allow some other man to pay for ihings which were bought at a time that he was responsible for the expenses of this person TaE TWO SULTANS OF TUKKEV LONDON March report that the captive exSultan proves to be untrue The rumor was robably put n circulation by monarchs who still form a consider able faction in Turkey and who wish to keep alive an interest in him among the common people That he bas nor been quietly made away with before now js due to tho fact that his attendants are chosen jy the Sbiek Ul Islam who finds t convenient to hold him in terror over tho present Sultan who is in constantdread lest Murad should be De clared SUTIC again and restored to the throne There is little doubt that ho has recovered his but the present ruler is perfectly tractableto tke ecciesias ical authority and as long as ic remains so he will be permitted to occupy bis anomal ous dignity As an instance of his subordina ion to the snick it Is sufficient o sity that white lie is highly delighted with the present from the German inpcror of a scoreof fine kettledrums In struments novel to the Turkish army that ivill not be permitted to le used until the doctors of religion consult the Koran to see f tliere is anything contrary to trne faith n their use PERSECUTEDBT THE The Czar of Russia is1 very unpleasantly reflectedupon by Continental journals i for Killed by a Lunatic PLEASANT March 14 evening Mrs Kit Siahlnecker called at th office of Constable Prater and told him hej husband was laboring under an attack ol mania and had driven her and tu children from the house with a butchet knife Tho constable wont to the house an4 on entering was fatally stabbed Ho man aged to mako his way to tim of ox Sheriff Hau ley and a posso of men proceeded to the house as quickly us possible brokeopen the doors and just inside found tho body of Stahlnoeker who had stabbed himself in tho heartStahlnoeUor was 72 years old Siberian Inhumanity March 14 Dispatches from Tomsk Central Siberian depot for prisoners say that tho prison now holds 400 healthy and sick exiles but that in number of exiles brought to tlio prison in 1SS tho arrivals numbered in lsS there were and in up ta September over Of these prisoners tho mostwore takon to interior Aii otllcial report declares thai owing to th of rooms hundreds 01 siek beds htid placed in tiie open air while fuo tetuj was as low issix degrees lieaumcn and iu consequence of this exposure thd mortality was enormous A DAYS CASUALTIES j i A Steam Fishing1 Reportccf Lost Two Men Konsfed to Train Kmis into a Lund Firo Killed ASTOIUA March steam schooner George jM belonging io the Portland doop sea litOiing licet which left here a month ago for a short cruise is reported lost and tho rovonuo cutxef Caruiin has gone in search of her Thi vessel carried a crew of lift ecu TWO MUS 11UIJXK1 TO JOHNSTOWN March cabin miles east on the Pennsylvania road used by laborers burned last night Two men were burned to death and several injured WOODEN MILLS HUKNED PETOSKBY March L Rauerlecompanys wooden ware factory burned this morning Loss In surance FATAL LAND SLIDE JlAKSriELD Ohio March fast vestibule train on tbo Baltimore Ohio ran into a laud slide this morning Tbo CDglno was thrown into tho river Firomaa Thomas Boland was killed and engineer Thomas McCoy and engineer Tchu Haiti seriously shaken up A Great Cracker Trust NEW YORK Starch opiisolidatlow of tho cracker bakeries of this Stato andf New Jersey has been perfected The official1 name of tho organization is tho New YorlS Biscuit Company and n large warehouse including a business oflico will soon uo erected Tho company is incorporated un der tho laws of Illinois with a capitol of It is estimated that in cash has been paid for tho various bakeries included in the trust The otllcers of tho company include exJudge Moro Vice Preside nt of the Diamond Match J H McCormack President of tho Mer chants Loan und Trust Company of Chi cago The American Tar Congress CINCINNATI March American Turf Congress elected Judge Perkins of Latonla Club President vice President Mo Kibben deceased Colonel L Clark President aud 13 G Bruce Nothing definite in the way of legislatioo was accomplished The question of barring the Western Union wires from tho trackaf was discussed vigorously but not acted upon Tho discussion developed A sent ment in favor ot preventing pool from securing information by which thayi could throw races or afford opportunltieai for disreputables to resort to trickery From the Mexican Capital CCiTV OF MEXICO March official gazette publtehos correspondence with the United States Government respecting the Apaches in which Mexico protests against tbc Apaches being liberated near the frontier and Secretary Blalne promises to study tbc The statement of Louis Huller that Ger many would lend to railroad subsidies Js ridiculed here as the Mexican Government Is able to pay ihe subsidies without a loan The California Horse Sale NEW YORK March auction sals of California trotting stock consigned by the Haggin stable was continued Some of the prices realized were Brown iilly by Echo dam Sultana H Robinson brown gelding by Alaska darn Echo Quecu It H Lounsbery SI000 Today thirtyeight horses were sold realizing This finished the Del Paso Jeffersons Birthday March F Black president of the Democratic Society of Penn sylvania has issued a circular calling upon all Democratic clubs throughout the coun try to celebrate the birthday of Thomas Tef ferson the 32th of keep alive principles or Jefferson Democracy as op posed to the centralizing tendency of tho Republicans XoaUnionists AttacJced LIVERPOOL March number of unionists armed with belaying pins today roadci savage attack upon nonunionists employed on the steamer loading for Boston Tbe police quelled disturb ance and a number of arrests Bombarded by tiie French TAIUS March French sunboat bombarded Abociey the capital of Dahomey and Kalavy The Dahoxalans were the attack The Eastern Weather CHICAGO Marcb York 40 New Orleans 52 St Louis 30 Cincinnati 42 Chicago 20 Winnipeg 42 below The Ewing NEW YORK March New Torlr Baseball clubs application for an injunc tion against Jack Ewing came up in the United States Court this morning Decision was reserved After the Gas Trust March L Oharlton today dismissed his suit begun In Judge Collinss court against the Gas Trust for   

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