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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah L If you want Houses Booms or Servants patronize the Want Colisnns of The Tribune The total circulation of The Tribunelast week was over VOL XXXVIII O 135 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY MAKCH 19 1S90 PRICE FIVE SEH100S FOB MR PAB Protests and CounterProtasis in the Mar shuls Case HE MUST ANSWER TO THE COMMITTEE JSditor a Postal a makers A lifted fantryftt Fort Assintboine Mont While on Uravoof absence and in a drunken brawl ho shotand slightly wounded i man who hud him Howsis arrested tried and In a civil court Ho irnmcdlatoly returned to his station Charges were trumped up against him and he was tried by ji conrtmartla arid sentenced to imprison ment for eleven years Tim case was brought to tlie Presidents attention who being satisfied that a great injustice had hctn done extended a full pardon to Lucke who had ssrved eight months of his sen tence AfiJiTrust SubstitutcA New Pension Meas ure LAKH TnrnnNK BCKEATT MT WASHINGTON I IftOO The Ooniinittcc on Judiciary have ri no on thu nomination of Mar fiirsous further titan signify their to liston to defence against the liied against him in the cnnirnitteo room Wiiilu the papers and aiTidavits are kept sacredly coniidrmUai by Senator Kd jiiundscommittee and all infnniifition is refused regarding them it is understood that they assail very severely his personal protest against hii fonlirma tion on the round of manifest unfitneas for the position Then said to he a great mass of pro and on former coming from many prominent elll Lfikc It is mi the other himi that several clergymen and laymen eonneted with endorse Mr Parsons standing Senator Kdmiinds refuses jihsoiutely to plve tins Ietfiiis of I he madn but It Is that they are serious and nu merous lender tho rule o1 UK Imilchtry Commit leflMr Iarsons will he penniaed to meet them Jf ho U and action will ho dofernfl unlll he nsachcs Washington It is tlic that he is now on the way here A iMimbcr of Kupublian Sena tors Indlearo thai thu rojecMim of any Pres Identliii nomipec is not to lie looked for tin less of thn nominee is so man ifest as to IraVD no doubt as to what course should be adopted CHICAGO VICTOKV March Associated Tim Worlds Iiair Commlttco com pleted consideraMon of tho bill this moin IIIK resulted in a victory for Chicago 31 WHS amended so as to provide that the President may Issue a proclamation and iti viiatlon to 1oroltfn exhibitors as soon as lie la that the Illinois corporation has provided for a ten million This dates for the exposition as lixod yesterday were not changed but Chandler nolico hut he would niovo In the House for ho holding of it in ISM It was reported to tlie AN ANT1TKUST StJIlSTlTUTK n from the Simalo on liiniinoo reported today a for his bill Shormiui thinks lie yet will overcome all objections to the muasnro on tlie ground of unconslitulioruUily The of the Committee resmvi tlie right to tholr opinion of thn bill when it comes up for consideration The substitute unlawful and void nil combinations of or of with nliens in restnilut of frou compel in im portiitlon oitransportation or which to advsinco the cost of articles of consump tion It wives United Stales courts juris diction ami allows persons damaged to re cover dtmblo the amount of damage with costs and attorney fees A TKLWiftAIH nKAIMNa Edward Koscwater editor of the Omaha ii pntctifjil teleixrnpher indued be fore tho House In bu bulf oC a postal Hn sild thatho ime not advocate partlculnr bill or to any particular lelwaph companv Ho said he was convinced that tlmo had arrived for the Govern ment to to secure control of the telegraphHe presented Itjr showing the expenses mid profits on U idvon wire and said he thought a fifteen cent rato for messages ought to be remuni vald advocates the ropo the Government buy up al tho telegTtlh lines find then advertise for pro posals to have a private corporation operate the postal telegraph system under control of Mm Government Tills would give the people cheaper and more etlielent service Chairman Uingham before tho Com mittee a letter from lr Green und General TCckert of tho Western Union in which they say that tho executive committee them to invitn tlio comniitteo to companys headquarters iml examine their general operations The letter says Wo court the most thorough Investiga tion and are willing that you should em ploy experts to go through our book ac counts mid AN INTKUSTATI AMKXUMKNT Senator fullom today introduced a bill to amend section 12 of tho IniorMuto Com merce actso as to provide that the Commis sion shall have authority to inquire into tho manuwinent of the business of all common carriers and shall keep itself infmmod asto tlio method in which the sameis eonductcd Tloon request of the Commission iho district attorney to whom upply may com under direction of tho Attorney Gonoral all necessary proceedings for tho dnforcemcnt of the provisions of the law v JlCrfi In tho House today Norton offered for reference a resolution reciting that it is re ported that tho PostmasterGeneral has been employing postolliee inspectors and special agents investigating tho claims of Republican applicants for appointment us postmasters and paying for such services out of the public funds contrary TO the law and calling on the PostmasterGeneral for a stutemeut A SOLDIER 3OUNTV Gest introduced a bill in the House granting a bounty of to all soldiers and Bailors of tho lute war who served tn tho volunteer service not less than ninety days and were honorably discharged PARDONED BY THE PRESIDENT Another Victim of Army Discipline Goes on His Rejoicing March Francisco Clirmiiclc President Harrison has again found it neces sary to administer a crushing rebuke upon the cruel treatment of enlisted soldiers in tho repartraentof Dakota There have been many stories recently of unduly sovoio sen tences by ancl tho third time within a the President pardoned a victim of one of these trials at tho same timu reprimanding the o nicer who sentenced him to prison Just as tho con victs hi the State prison were being locked up Id tliolr lust night Warden received from the Secretary of War a full pardon for Joseph Lucke a military con instructions that ho bo released immediately Lucke was a private of the Twentieth In A Republican Caucus WASHINGTON March a livelyat tended conference of Republican Senators tonight a resolution was passed for the ap pointment of a committee of seven Senators to formulate an order of business to govern the Senate in the near future The report of Hoar on the Mori tana Senatorial election contest was laid be fore tlie conference and suggestions were made with regard to Ib by those present the object being to have tho report meet the views of Llio Uepubllcan slch of the cham ber before Its presentation tho Senate A Revolver at a Wedding KKYPOKT X March Dis Francisco Chrontdc William A Poling a youth of 19 married Miss Adella Scharat at the Baptist parson age hist J Francis Moulton a wealthy resident held a loaded revolver in full view of the Ijridouroom Moultoii is the brides biotherinbw Tho young man was caught in the girls bedroom Saturday night and the brotherinlaw broke in the door tlie young man escaped fleeing through tho streets to his own home in his nightshirt A jLecturess Stoned YOUK March Margaret Shcpard of lectured tonight on Romish Priesthood Whan leav ing tho hall Victor Segner threw i stono which stunned her A policeman chased Segner and on his refusing to stop shot and seriously wounded him THE LOTTERY ANACONDA HOW TilK LOUISIANA COMPANY PRO POSES TO CAPTURE INmV STATES North Dakotas Poverty Makes Her an lOasy lottery Pooplo Confi dent of Capturing1 the Next Legislature CHICAGO March IS San Knmeisco CUrnnidf dispatch from St Paul Minn says Toa quinof Pel Norte a representative of tho Louisiana Lottery or to bo more of tho Grand Lottery of Juarez the Mexican lottery company which has recently been purchased by tho has returned lo this elt y lie and six other men are visiting llio North wust to place tho Jrniroz lottery tickets in tho hands of dealers and to estab lish agencies In all tho principal towns of North Joaqnln said that tickets were given in North Dakota within a short time which accounts for numerous being recently drawn by tickets held In that section Tlie Louisiana is safely lo cated In Louisiana until and after that date he asserted Its headquarters will bo hi North Dakota or some other northwestern State lint the bill has been Icilled in the Legis Interposed one of his listeners that makes no ditlorenco at re plied Joaquiu have bhom solid Tho hill will bo passed by tho next Legislature We could have passed II this session had not such a clamour hoon made outside which scared some of tho timid members but they arc still with us and there is no hurry Tho next Legislature will be more solidly In our favor und some of those who opposed tho bill will not be found In tho Legislature next session The State is poor and hopelessly in debt and it will bo in a wortv condition financially before another year ended and can guunmlee an annual payment of 000 Tho only way the State can bo extri cated from debt Is through the lottery com pany and you can bet on it that the head quarters of tlie Louisiana company will ho in tho northwest after The general gnvernmcnl cannot stop the sale of our tick ets Why it would take a million men to attend to the prosecutions and wo have the money to light it out to tho end If the ntiito decides In favor of the lottery tho general government will not Mr ioaquln said that similar attempts will bo made to pot a foothold in every new Stato as soon as admitted and Arizona Idaho and Wyoming were alluded to as sure to grant to the Louisiana com pany THE YOUNG13ST HUSBAND A Young Fool Married in Haste and Will Canada March Dispatch San Francisco OVimmcfc dispatch from Milwaukee says Kobort the millionaire commission merchant who have boon absent several days is believed to have gone to Canada to place his son tho youngest husband known to tho Wisconsin records in a Jesuit college with the hope that lie will there got some solid sense before resuming tho role of head of a family Tho son is tho iifteenyoarold youth who created a sensation a short time ago by eloping with the sixteenyearold daughter of James Nugent a bookkeeper for a largo house here Klopenunits are so common up this way that ordinarily they are not noticed but when the youngestsoiuuul heir apparent of a millionaire took advantage of a holiday vacation from Ann Arbor University to wecl the daughter of a humble bookkeeper from a common school society was appalled Kobert Elliot is reported to bo at least twice a millionaire Moveover ho is a descendant in direct lino of the EUott of Rhode Island of Bible translation fame while his wife was the daughter of a nephew of no loss person than John Jacob Astor The child wife is now at homo with her parents refuses to talk about the matter It isloarnod that Mr thinks of apply ing for tho annulment of the marriage and that Mr Nugent will uot consider any com promise nor think of a money settlement bur will fight to maintain the marriage and protect the reputation of his child Unless the action for tho uuuuhuont of the iuar rine Is discontinued the case will bo one wit bout precedent In the State and involve sonic verv Quo questions of law and justice Tbt complaint asks that the marriage bo annulled oil tho ground that the groom was under tho age of consent The defense denies that there was no allegation in the complaint of lack of evidence of an actual marriage and that tho court has no jurisdic tion in that tho plaintiff is outside of the State and tho jurisdiction of the court There are many things to warrant a doubt that the trial of tho caso will over be heard young Eliott who has caused all this stir is largo of stature for his agoand it is said represented himself to the bride as 19 and to the priest as 21 Floridas Frigidity March Mer cury foil belGAV freezing point Sunday night At Titusvillo ico was formed in exposed places and tender vegetables suffered It is feared tho orange blossoms are injured in the country northwest STOL The Combination that Filled a jfanghty Husband With Dismay TRAGIC SCENE IN A HEW YORK HOTEL A Chicago Murder Killed Mrs New York Boodlers Home Officials in Trouble NEW YOKK March 18 Dispatch Francisco Clironiclc hand some young blonde woman richly dressed and jeweled went to Buckingham Hotel Fifth avenue the other night and asked for Mr Osgood Tho clerk told her ho was in tho dining room and that he would send for him Never she said and before the clerk could stop her she had rushed into tho crowded dining room As she walked she looked up und down the hall around the room while every eyo was fastened upon her The lino looking blonde woman was tho star attraction Away oit one cud of tho a table by themselves were a man and wo man The man was of medium hight and about 35 years old The blonde woman looked around until she saw these two they had stopped eating and were looking just as the rest of the diners were looking She made directly for the place where they sat The man had recognized her evidently for as she approached he arose from his seat and stepped away from tho table toward her As she came she pulled out from a chatelaine bag a shinning pistol and a photograph She hold them both toward him the pistol unpleasantly near Look at this she screamed and tell me if you will it you arc nqt tho father of that child Toll her point ing to the woman who still remained seated at tho table tell her that you are my hus band and that this is one of our Iut that away and bo said the man as he reached out for the weapon No 1 will not she cried until you acknowledge our child and she flourished the photograph and pistol again in his face At tho unusual commotion and the pros pent of n tragedy under their very noses half of those in the room had left their seats Tlie clerk had followed tho woman suspect ing that something was wrong and ho ap proached her from behind and grasped tho hand which ulutchod the pistol and took tho weapon away from her while tho man helped by taking away tho picture ancl stalling it in his inside pocket Then tho waitress helped a little and the blonde wo man wboso hat had bcoomo disarranged and wlioso iino hair had broken from its 1astonlng was hustled toward the door still crying for recognition and the return of tho revolver There had never been such ex citement in tho hotel as tho waitress wo man and night cleric moved toward tlie door like a big human knot struggling to unravel itself Finally policemen wore summoned ana tho woman was taken to tho station there she said her name was Carrie Osgood and that she lived at No 2 East Fifteenth street The man in the dining room of the Buck ingham Hotel whom she had approached und threatened was her husband a Mr Osgood and he was with a woman known as Irene The pistol which she had taken out oC tho bag at her waist was not loaded Tho next morning she was taken to tho Yorlcville police court and arraigned be fore Justice Ford to answer to a charge of drunkonoss and disorderly conduct The Judge after hearing the case discharged her and she was taken away by a friend Efforts to find Mr Osgood have so far been fruitlecs Tho woman told tlio sergeant at tho station that Irenu had lured her hus band away from her and tho children aud that she was only trying to get him back A CHICAGO MUKDKR MYSTKIU CHICAGO March At an early hour yesterday morning a woman was found lying unconscious iu tho road at Fiftyiifth and Morgan streets Tho police were summoned ancl assumed that she was intoxicated and carted nor oft to tho police station She lay several hours and was then removed to the County Hos pital where she died last night The matter lias assumed the proportions of an Kvu Mitchell niurder mystery Tho womunwas Identified as Mrs Bingham of Milwaukee who left her husband some time ngo and came tothis city where she has been living with an engineer named Taylor employed in a downtown establishment Taylor says she left her husband because she discovered that he had another wife living Her sister tolls tho same story Tho landlady of tho apartment house where Taylor and tho woman resided says that she was in great fear of Bingham and asserts that a man resembling tho descrip tion of him called on her last week The murdered woman left hor sisters house Sun day evening to Taylor it being her custom to wait for him each night until ho was olf duty at 9 oclock She never reached his place and the next heard of her was when picked up as described abovo at a point live miles distant Taylor assorts his innocence any complicity in the murder Some jewelry the woman wore was missing when she was found Tho police are work ing ou the case MOKE AttRESTED NEW Yoruc March morning GeorgociMindornan was arrested on an in dictment for extortion while employed in tho sheriffs oflico Deputy Sheriff MoDoni gal aud exWarden Keating were rearrest ed today Tho district attorney discovered the indictments were faulty and the grand jurv was asked to frame new ones The orig hull indictments charged extortion while the new ones will make the offense briberyBail in was given again by each By noon there wore two more arrests Deputy Sheriff Charles Lardenrum and Joseph Young The former is indicted for petit larceny and tho latter for bribery It is expected that many more arrests will be made this afternoon AKKESTED FOR STEALING LETTERS March nor Smith and Postmaster Holloway of the Soldiers Homo were arrested this morning on comnlaint of Comrade J Batson who charged them with purloining letters ad dressed to were taken before a Untied States Commissioner and released on their own recognizance A BASKWRECKERS CLEVER TRICK ALBANY March story is published this evening totho effect that Lester B Faulkner the wrecker of the Danville Bank supposed tohave died January 27th is still living in Mexico He availed himself of the death of his gardener to have the body buried as his own and then quietly left It is said the United States Governmentofficcrs became aware of and at the pres ent term of court which convened today will proceed against Fanliaiors bondsmen for tho amount of their bonds THE FORTIFICATIONS APWIOPKIATION The Appropriation Committee of the Honse today completed the Appro priation bill and directed Brewer to report Itto tho The bill makes a total appropriation of being less than the more than the last bill and more than tho ap propriation first sessionofthe last Tlie an appropri ation of for guru and mortar bat teries at San Francisco and 33000 for an inquiry concerning tho facilities offered for gun factories at Rock Island ind lienicia arsenals WHITE CAPS1 ACQUITTED NEW ORLEANS March State Su preme Court in the ease of the St Luudry parish regulators decided in favor of the defendants The accused were convicted and sentenced to various Terms in the peni tentiary for entering the house of one plechin and shooting at him with intent to kill They appealed to tho Supremo Court alleging that the had no intention other than dragging forcibly from the house a Duplechin woman whose name was Tillie who was wrongfully inclined and a disgrace to the community in which she resided Duplechin had inter fered and one of the crowd tired a shot to frighten him but which severely wounded him They had no intention of doing him bodily harm The defendants allege that they belong to a band of regulators or and that it was In pursuance of the principles of this organization that the assaulton the woman Tillie was commit ted The Court quashed tho indictment holding that a criminal offense is not com plete without felonious intent MRS FLACK TESTIFIES NEW YORK March wife of Sher iff Flack was a witness today in the case against her husband for conspiracy She was hysterical Under crossexamination she told the story now familiar denying that she had signed a petition for divorce from her husband aud charging as forgeries certain signatures banded to her for in spection Among thesejwas her own peti tion in the present action The defense seek to establish that she is and has been au inebriate A SLIGHT DISCREPANCY CHATTANOOGA March dis crepancy of was tonigh I found be tween the accounts of City Auditor White side and tho city It is not known where he Is His office is declared vacant A SCHOOL TEACHER ON DECK PARKERSUURG W March Goff aged 16 was stabbed and killed by his school teacher Morgan Rose iu Clay county Monday Goff was late to school and the teacher punished him Goff left and returned with his father and two other men A quarrel resulted and Rose stabbed Goff A general fight ensued in which tho elder Goff JRose and several others were seriously hurt The Salisbury Party Defeated LONDON March Government were defeated in Commons this evening on the motion of Buchanan Liberal complain ing of encroachment upon the public right ofway in Scotland and demand lug that tno laws bo reformed and tho matter entrusted to county councils Chamberlain a number of Unionists and a few ScotchConservatives supported the motion which was adopted lip to 07 Tho Government has summoned B al four to London An Intoxicated Commander SAN FRANCISCO in vestigation into the charges of cruelty and misconduct against Captain Healy of tho revenue cutter Bear was resumed today Several sailors testified as to the tricing up of seamen from a merchantvessel The witnesses were of the opinion that Healy was intoxicated at tho time POtlTICIANS IN ASTEWr BISMARCKS IS OER The Iron Chancellors Resignation is tepid by the Emperor ALL ON ACCOUNT OF THE 6UELPH FUND An Irreconcilable Quarrel Between Bismarck and the Prussian Ministry Holds a Military Council BERLIN March Prince Bismarck ten dered his resignation last night and the young Emperor after delaying till noon de cided to accept the same and made a formal announcement to that effect The rupture between tho Chancellor and tho Emperor created a profound sensation here All day long all the public resorts have been crowded with persons excitedly discussing the event A large and curious crowd surrounded Bis THE KANSAS A ATTENTION Tho Farmers Alliance Becomes a Dis turbing Factor in the Politics of tlio Farmer Governor KANSAS CiTir March Farm ers1 Alliance in Kansas is growing so rapidly both in members and perfection of organiza tion that they havebecome decidedly a disturbing faotor in thepolitics of every county Nearly the whole Stato Is organ ixod and nearly every farmer in each county is a member of the organiza tion This thorough organization the order exceptionally strong In local politics where their immediate interests are at stake tho Alliance has generally decided to support only those candidates who coin cide with their views and adopt their prin ciples In Stato politics a similar action has been decided upon and it has even been proposed to run a farmer candidate for Gov ernor in the person oC A W Smith of Mc Pherson The organization has already got its finger in the National political pie The President of tho Kansas Alliance has addressed to the Kansas Senators and Repre sentatives at Washington a letter inform ing them of a belief among farmers that the degression of agricultural interests is due to various legislation and demanding that some attention be paid their interests It says tho time is not far distant when the legislators will heed the voice of their con stituents who are one hundred thousand strong in Kansas The politicians are be coming nervous Not Afraid of the White Men NEW YOUK March Chinese laundrymon of Now York could not bo to believe that the American Laundry Union is able to freeze them out of business The president of the Chinamens Union in an interview today expressed the opinion that they will be able to hold their own A Notorious Body Adjourns BISMARCK N March Legisla ture adjourned sine die tonight All of Governor Millss appointments Averc re turned to him by the Senate The apology for the action was that the Governor had not consulted the Senators in making up his slate Tomorrow the Governor can com mission his appointees The Choctow Lottery Prohibited MUSKOGKB I March Agent Bennett has sent a notice to the chief and councils of the Choctaw nation that under instructions from the Commissionerof In dian Affairs no lottery drawing will be al lowed within the agency limits Concessions to the Strikers LONDON March general opinion is that the striking miners will succeed in forcing the masters to concede their demands for an immediate advance of 5 percent iu wages and a further advance of 5 per cent July 1st Many mine owners in Nottingham shire and Lancashire have acceded to the terms of the men Resolutions for Free Ore KANSAS CITY March re questing Congress to place no duty on ore containing nosilver were adopted last nMitand today by the boards of tradeof Arkansas City Winfield Emporia Topeka and Kansas An Alligators Dignity Offended NEW YORK March Dis Francisco C7iroriclc professional female alligator charmer in one of the iriuseums bitten last one of the pets the alligator resentingan undue familiarity A Grand Army YORK March of the trunk lines today decided issu e excursion tickets for the reunipnof the Grand Army at Boston basisofasinglefare Bismarcks palace all tho afternoon and around tho Emperors palace an eager throng has becu waiting It is stated in cir cles that the present difference between the Emperor and Bismarck is irreconciliable It arises from the Chancellors refusal to ac cede to the request made by Dr Wimithorst leader of the Clerical party in Germany to restore to the Duke of Cumberland claimant of the throne of Hanover a large portion of the Guelph fund The attitude of tho Emperor in opposing Bismarck in this matter is taken as an indi cation of his desire to conciliate the Clerical party 1C the Government has a secure working majority in tho new lleichstag it cannotwell get on without the party of tho Centre which Dr Windthorst controls The report is repeated that the Emperor proposed to appoint General Von Oaprina who is now commander of tho Tenth Army Corps to the Chancellorship Soon after Bismarcks resignation wassent to the Emperor all the members of the Prus sian Ministry tendered their resignations Also when tho public worship estimates came up for discussion in tho lower house today Dr Windthorst said it had been his intention to review tho position of the Cath olics in Prussia but that ho would desist owing toi the uncertainty of the political situation The Emperor called a meeting of the com manders of ths various army corps Ho had a conference with tho MJuister of War this afternoon Prince Bismarck and Count Herbert Bis marck lunched with tho members of the Labor Conference tod ay The Emperor re ceived the delegates and subsequently pre sided at a banquet given to them in the pic ture gallery in the Castle Prince Bismarck declined the invitation to the banquet The resignation of the MInistery is merely a customary formal act but it is reported that Count Herbert Bismarck and Mmster Maybeck really intend to resign liickert and Goldschraidt Freis innige Deputieswere invited to tho court or niiiet Jtonight Never before has a mem ber of the Rreisinnigo party been thus hon ored It is stated that Professor Handel and IIerr Miguel will be invited to enter the Cabinet on tho earnest request of the Emperor WHAT THE NEWSPAPERS SAY LONDON March Posts Berlin cor respondent says It is true that Count Herbert Bismarck tendered his resignation but a change in his office is unlikely al though it is probable that Prince Von Hohcn lohcor Count Von Hatzfcldt will be sum moned to advise with Count Herbert The Standards Berlin correspondent says that he is assured on good authority that Herr Von Boctticher will not succeed Prince Bismarck Tho resignation was not in fluenced in the smallest degree by tho result of the election On the contrary the Chan cellor had hoped to be ableto govern suc cessfully with the present Reichstag The Berlin Post is the only German paper that still doubts that the Chancellors resignation is definite The Heralds Rome correspondent says that he is authorized to announce that the Pope would act as mediator in negotations for a general European disarmament PARIS March the Journal dcs Debates and other French newspapersdis play anxiety regarding the future They say that in view of previous surprises af forded by the Emperors policy there is no that the structure which the Chan cellor so carefully built will be retained intact VIENNA March Taluglatb says The world without its Bismarck cannot easily bo Imagined The New Frcie Prcsse says History begins a BISMARCKS GRIEVANCES A dispatch from Berlin says It is re ported that Bismarck was incensed because Heutzpeter composed the labor rescripts without his being consulted and that the Chancellor recently had a dispute with Boetticher whom the Emperor favored He also differed from the Emperor about colo uial matters and determined not to recall his resignation Prince Bismarck the who for ulmost a generation has been the most conspicuous figure in European politics was born at Brandenburg April 1 1SI3 His full name is Otto Von Bismarck Schoenhansen He educated at the Universities of Berlin and Goettingen andat he studied law Having completed his studies Bismarck retired to his ancestral estates In 1847 he married Johanna Von Putkainmer and in the same rear entered the Prussian Parliament He was sent as Ambassador to Vienna in 18o2 to St Petersburg in 1S59 and to Paris m 1S62 In September 1862 he became PrussianMinister of Foreign vears later Prussia and Austria seized the duchies of SchleswigHolsteln now incor porated Bis marck in alliance with Italy made war on Austria in which was the of the German federation German Confedera tion was organized by Bismarck In 1SG7 with Wm as of the Federal Council On1 New Years Day 18C9i Minister of the North German Cpnfederation As a re sultof the war withFrance 187071 King William of Prussia was crowned German Emperor and Bismarck was appointed Chancellor of tho Empire with Uio rank of Prince Ho is the greatest of continental statesmen MOTT STREET TERRORIZED The Appearance of a Lieper Creates a Panic Amons the Chiiiese NEW YORK March welldressed hiuaman hurried through Mott street from Chatham Square yesterday afternoon with his hat drawn over his eyes One of his countrymen noticed that his face was in flamed and at once suspected that he was a leper Tho story quickly spread among the Chinese that there was a leper in their colony A searching party organized and all the Mongolian haunts were visited but no trace was found of the stranger The Chinese dread leprosy as much as the Caucasians and there was t error in Mott und Pell streets last night It is supposed the man ciunc from the West and vengeance is vowed against any one who should harbor MARRIED HIS SISTERIXIiAW REMOVING THE BQOiES The Victims of the Indianapolis Holocaust Recovered A BRAVE FIREMANS A6QNIZIH8 DEATH A Burning Mine in tec ting tho Mississippi sponsibility for tho Lake Shore Dis Gits Explosion The Offense for Which a Presbyter Minister Was Tried March Elmg for twentyfive years pastor of tho Sixth United Presbyterian church of this city was today tirrigned before the Monongaiiela Presbytery on the complaint of some of his congrega tion who objected to his nuirriage with his deceased wifes sister A church law de clares such marriage incestous permitting a man to marry no nearer relative of his de ceased wife than lie could his own so discontent spread in the church and tho result was that Ir Eling tendered his resignation which the congregation refused to accept by a vote of H3 to 76 Tho matter was then taken to tho which to day had a lively wrangle over it It ended in a resolution of censure by a vote of 20 to 12 Tho minority thought tho sentence too light They wanted tho doctor discbarged from the ministry and an appeal was al lowed to the Synod which will meet In December Dr Elings resignation was unanimously accepted by the Presbytery AVill Challenge the Victor BLOOMINGTOX March Myor will challenge tho winner of the Me AuliffeCarroll fight to a finish contest for a purse of the fight to take place any time after May in Texas If the light is at pounds it will also be for tho light weight championship but if the challenged party cant come to that weight Slyer will ive him three pounds A STUPENDOUS FORGERY THE ADAMS EXPRESS COMPANY SUED OX A BOGUS NOTE The Amount is Moderately Placed at i million and a Gigantic Schomo of Trade NEW YORK March A Fredericksburg special to the Herald states that one of tho most gigantic schemes of fraud and forgery probably known in tho country was made public today through a suit brought by Dr Harrison Wagner evidently an ad venturer against the Adams Express Com pany for Tho signatures to the documents were forged and when Lawyer White was asked to represent the plaintiff in tho suit he denounced thcschene as a fraud and notified tho officer of the express com pany An examination proved to their sat isfaction that forgeries had been committed and the commonwealths attorney was put to work A firm of attorneys in Mecklen burg where tho judgments were alleged to have been obtained reported Wagner a fraud Wagner has so far been kept in ignorance of the actions of tho State and the Express company The letters representatives will go to Stafford tomorrow and endeavor to obtain an indictment against Wagner Wag ner appeared at the Stafford Court house February 25th and saw Clerk Bryan about filing his suit lie was staggered when informed that the writ tax on the suit of that amount would be nearly S1500 Bryan told him however that if he in dorsed the fact that he only expected to recover a less amount he would bo only re quired to pay a writ tax on that amount He made such indorsement and filed tho papers Tho basis of suit is a note dated April 1 3880 to the effect that the express company 5s lawfully indebted to Wagner in the sum named above and signed by William B Dinsmore president of the Adams Express company William Dinsmore died April 20 1880 What the services were which en titled Wagner to such amount is not stated stated to Clerk Bryan that it was Very Important for tho whole matter to bo kept quiet for a while There was no dispute or litigation about tho mat ter but the company did not desire any publicity He said to Bryan that if there was no hitch and he got judg ment he would give Bryan It is claimed that Wagner served a term in the penitentiary several years ago for a similar game in Maryland SPORTING IN SALT CITY What is Doing and What Will he Done this Season Sporting men are joining hands with the business men of this city and are even now prepairing for a brilliant summer season Tho Utah Driving Park Association has gone under now control and will make the iirst bid for popularity Their halfmile track is in the best of repair but it will be thoroughly examined so as to bo made first class beyond a About will be held out as an inducement for the owners of fast stock to try their mettle be fore a Salt Lake audience this summer tho date is fixed to come between the 35th and 30th of June That will bring it into the circuit of Montana California and Colo rado and some firstclass running and trot ting may be expected But the boys wont have to wait that long for amusement and will have a chance to eujoy themselves and make a dollar or two on local event to come off June 3rd On that day there will be a match race between I J Starbucks bay mare Lady May and the bay gelding Riley by McCoy Kandell Both are pacers and have records the Lady bav in done a mile in and the gelding in 236 There up on the race already and another S500 will be put upwith a Sual stakeholder the match being for a side Another race booked for an early date is one between A S Kandells Busby against Star bucksJohn for 8200 a side and Busby is a 35 pacer Both races be in mile heats best threein five and will be run lor all thereis in them There is waiting for someone that can pick out a local pacer to beat Tom Lin and Kendall have tho money Tlie Golden Gate Athletic club has proven to be more than a success At first it was intended to limit the to fifty buttho athletes of Salt Lake wouldnt stand it and are clamoring for admission The first fifty were soon enrolled and since then it has become necessary issue a second series of membership tickets and the directorate are considering liow far they can go in this1 the gymnasium is small for the members that and other ters will liave to be obtained March great crowd surrounded the ruins of tho BowenMorrill building this morning An army of work men are on era god in removing the wreckage exhume the bodies of the dead androsouo the living tho voices of several of whom aro audible in the ruins Tho work of clearing away tho wreck was continued throughout the day with renewed energy The lloors and roof lay one upon another with burnt hooks and stavionory sandwiched in between At 0 oclock this morning tho crushed and mangled remains of Tony Valtz wore found and extricated It wasaboutS oclock when tho dead fire man was located Some one noticed the head protruding from tho debris and quick work revealed his form in almost a standing position leaning slightly forward with one hand elasped on his head It would appear that he had boon struck by something and placed his hand there before the fatal blow came The most horrible of all was tho condition of Stormcr whoso dead body was taken out at one leg burned entirely oft Ho must have died in terrible MS there are no evidence of his hav ing boon killed by fallinbricks or timber It seems that ho died with the agony of burning his leg Woodruff only now remains iu the mass of ruins Tun CONDUCTOR BUFFALO March inquest on tho Bay View disaster of March Oth ended to day The jury charges the Lake Shore man agement with gross negligence id rules and holes Conductor J W Houghtaling directly and culpably responsible for the lives lost in the wreck TJUIvXING NORWAY MINB March fire in the burning Norway mine is still raging This morning the flames were streaming from the main shaft throating the pump house shafthouse etc Five miners in the skip narrowly escaped death General Superintendent Kelly Captain Bond and party entered tho mine this morning They were overcome by smoke aud had a narrow escape CD THIS MISSISSIPPI SITUATION NEW QRUEANS March river situa tion in this immediate vicinity is not much changed but the levees arc being strength ened A dispatch from St Joseph says the situation oil the Tcnsas front district is becoming more favorable In that vicinity armed guards have been placed on the levees with instructions to shoot anybody approaching them at night FATAI GAS SHENANDOAH March explo sion of gas in Colliery No 4 at Lost Creek resulted in the death oL two miners and the fatal injury of Fprenuiw Heatom a MOIH5 BIIEAKS IN THE VICKSHUHG March was a serious break in the leveo at Lima today and tonight It has widened to three hundred feet Tho levee at Oflets also broke this evening abovo Greenville Tho water from this break will overflow all of the rich lands of tJicDcer creek section back of Greenville A large force of men havo been put to work and hope to gel the break closed If not soon closed a large part of that county and the Yazoo delta will bo in undated 3E BURNED ATHENS March entire busi ness portion of Maysville a town of 1000 in habitants was destroyed by fire today together with a large number of residences The amount of loss is not HIGHEST LOWEST What the Level of Salt Jjake has Been and What it Will Be Professor Marcus E Jones who is well posted on the lake oscillation Ou January 1st 1889 the water was 5 feet 7 inches above the zero point which is some feet above the lowest point over known The lake thcu rose six inches reaching its highest on March 25th It usually does not reach the climax till June 15th but from the very slight snowfall it could get but little water aud HO rose but little it then began to fall and with the exception of a temporary rise in April it rapidly fell dur ing the hot weather till it had gone down thirty inches on September 23d The further fall was arrested by the rains of tho latter part of September antl October In No vember and December the lake rose two inches caused by the heavy rains and snows In the fall of 1888 the lake rose two inches so the total rise was eight Inches and the total fail thirty inches making a differ ence twentyfour inches of fall On January 1st 1800 the lake was then but nine inches being two inches above its lowest It rose five inches In January and March Gth it was four and a quarter inches ubove that 1otal rise of eleven and one fourth Inches since September 23rd 1889 The qvicstion then arises as to what will be tho further rise this year From March 1st to the highest point reached In June or July of any year In the past the greatest au theutic rise was it was twenty seven inches but that year the lake rose only two and a half Inches before Inarch 1st making the total rise 29 Inches for the year or That year tho moisture fell mostly in February March and came down in a flood before it had time to soak Into the ground and In addition the preceding two years had a rain fall of and Inches while the two years preceding 1889 had rainfalls of and inches leaving the ground drv to a great depth There was a difference of inches to be made up by soaking into the ground before the water supply of this season would leave the ground in as good condition as it was in 1884 The total rainfall to date since Oc tober 1SS9 Is about inches credit the purported records of October and No Deducting from leave inches which is considerably less than the moisture which rainy and snowy months of the latter part of 1883 and 1884 We therefore justified in hoping that theLakewill rise more than thirty all this year and it will consider ably short of that unless we have a continuance of our wet weather of January and February So far as the records gpV a succession of wet months like January and February have been by snusuallydry months and we are not in expecting But when the weather Is abnormal as so far no one knows when It will amount of snow now ia the mountains hasy been grossly exaggerated We have not a superabundance It Is not what the Lake will not probable that itwillbe more teen inches or h3S5 than A Tory Coniereuce LONDON March inoned all toent to on matters of
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