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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - March 25, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                The total circulation of The Tribune last week was over If you want Houses Rooms or Servants patronize the Want Columns of The Tribune j vox 141 LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY MOBNING MAKCH 25 lSOOr PBICE FITE CENTS DISGRUNTLED GOLORADOANS Their Frantic Efforts to Dump Uic Ite into Utah THE MONTANA SENATORSHIP REPORT Sftlt Ijako Boildinff Im portant Jtailway Decision Tho BiSl Stan tons Promotion A Sea LAKK Tttcwrxn 1 D March 1800 The report on Uici Windoni silver bill as j anifiidfd ly the House on i j Coinage was decided upon by tho close of seven to five A Ithe last irioiricnt con friction was occasioned ly tho dctornilriatloii of a majority to limit the bullion on which are to bo issued to domestic production and Bland voted against the report and If Carter had followed suit the result would havo boen a tie Tho most radical silver rneti protested that such si limitation a blow at tho principle of froo coinage and announced their ititontion of opposin this clause on the floor of the Housi the measure conies iij for consideration JXHHUSTKli The heavy lobby of Coloradoans here who have been working for the IHo removal are thoroughly dlsgusUifl over the oorjdKton of allairH Tho HOIIHO Committee has reported tliuir hill and ifis so long tlial tlusro is no chaiico forconsideration In thci rnoniing liour and it will I to dlflhnilt KCCUIO a sprolal oldoi In Htuiatn Mitngs Hrn iind flnoilniM to report Toflny M Childs of Southmn Commission canivj ouf in a long pamphlet fnvurlng tho removal Tt is safe say that Colorado paid for Iho printing Conunls Hlnner Morgan Is vigorously opposing tho change Till liltid It IH hoped that Mid lloiiso on Tnhlio HulUUugH will tako up thu SaltLulu toinoirow Vigorous work has been doifi to connUract this damaging of ifiK Industrial Homo dustroyurs 11 it hud not for Idiocy Ihu bill would mvo been on tho calendar by this line Iarlrlnck secured ui appropriation of frTIWO for 1hu Industrial Homo in iho dcficlwnuy bill and will havo It fought In confinoiicc llo aluo iias held lonforoncos with Itejirosorita il vu KUITOII Iho building bill urging a lln oril allotment MONTANA NKNATOIWlltr WASHINGTON March Press jTho report of Mio majority of HoiiaHo on Privileges and Elec tions upon Montana oleoMon casu was submitted today by Hoar Tho majority report at tlui outset gives UKI suriounfUng tho of Sanders and Power by tho JttMiiihlleuu Liglsluturo and of Maginnls arid by tho court iionsn Legislature Tills floiibli choice arose from fact that Senate divided and hotli sides claimed a majority In Uu House by reason of two nets of of flvo each claiming elootton from Itmv Tho re port says tho on so turned upon tho question as to whloh of tliosu two were entitled to seats as rep rose from Silver Bow couuty The committee lliuls thiit the Ko publirans from Silver iJow iiresented credonMals of the canvassing board and the Democrats from tho elorlc of Silver How After reviewing the antecedent legislation upon the subject of elections including the Enabling Aet of Congress the ordinances passed by the constitutional convention and the provisions of tlm old Territorial laws he majority conclude thai iho Territorial rtw providing that the county cleric shall Asms of election lo members of ho Legislature was superseded by an ordinance of the Constitutional convention which Imposed that duty upon the State Board of Convnssers and holds that tho Kepublicans wore tho ones who bore lawful credentials The whole inquiry turns upon tho honesty and of the election at Iroclnot M Sliver limv county The majority think Iho election Imld at M was In fact irregular illegal and fraudulent as appears from the records and from undisputed facts furnished by Maglnnls and Mark Tho whole history shows the majority say that the proceed I SIRat had no relation whatever to tho real will of tho voters but was fictitious protended and without valid ity either In form or substance Those conclusions nre drawn by tho committee from the fact that the votes there wero ail cast in alphabetical order the onosldedness of the result iu that precinct etc Tho ma jority further that the canvass of the voto of that precinct was not public within tho moaning of tho law that fortyeight aliens vote at Precinct 34 and 3at of suih persons at Precinct or more than enough to have charged tho result in all tho disputed oases Tho majority In conclusion decline to entortain the proposition that because the Governor failed to tno Republican Legislature it was not legally constituted as Thoy also declare there is no authority in Congress to remand the matter back to the people of Montana Tho conclu sion reached is that Saudors aud Power are entitled to the seats iTho minority report assorts that tho true Legislature of Montana was the Senate and House which met at the courthouse ID Holona and was recognized by iho Governor Neither tho House nor members thereof which elected Sanders and Power were over by tho Governor nor was the protended election of Senators ever oortlHod to by him proved also that flvo persons who acted as members of tho tho Iron Hall convention wero not elected by tho people of Silver Bow county whom they claimed to represent They only had certificates oi election Tho five members really elootdd by tho people hold Ing certificates also sat and voted in the Legislature at the courthouse The United States Senate report on such a before Sykes vs Spencer passed over uny mere question of and ascertained who wero actually olecoiecl Tho returns trow the county made by tho olerk on tho Hist of October 1SS9 ucdor tho law and mado by tho Canvassing Hoard and clerk on tho ot November both show very clearly that the flvo persons who acted in Iron Hall as Representatives wero not elected by tho people of Silver Bow county Tho Territorial board of Canvassors on tho 4th of November 1SSO Issued oorlUleates to five persons not elected by throwing out tho vote o Precinct JM which had given a majority to tho Democratic candidates This act of tho board was done without any right or au thority Thoy Lad full returns of the true of the couuty before them Being Kc publicans and aiixlous to servo their party in what thoy thought an emergency they refused to count or canvass tho real vote of the people and corfcliiod to the eleotiou of 3vo persons not chosen In tho hope and the expectation that these spurious representatives might in some way vote for partisans of their own political faith as liilutcs for tho United States Senate The majority report is signed by all Re publican members of the committee and tho report by the Democrats THIi Ily a vote of seven to five the House Com niilice on Coinage Weights iiil Measures today authorised Cliaiinuiii Conger to re port Mie Windom silver to the House with a number of amendments Tho Itrst to section r This suction makes it Tito of the Secretary of thu Treasury to refuse to receive deposits Of silver bullion when the market price of silver shall exceed one dollar for grains pure silver The committee added the following Provided that when the market prico of silver as de termined in accordance with section 5 of this act s one dollar for grains pure silver it shall bo lawful for tho owner of silver bullion to deposit tho sumo at any eolnagfj mint of the United bo coined Into standard silver dollars as pro vided for in of January JSth Tho amendment strikes out section 0 which authorizes the Secretary to suspend temporarily tho receipt of silver bullion at any timo when satisfied that through com binations or speculative manipulation of tho market tho pricu of silver IH arbitrary nominal or fictitious Tho next amendment is ono proposed by the HeoreUry adding a now section which provides tor slam pi rig the word on resultant bars of all foreign silvor bullion or coins to be or refined The next amendment is section 11 which provided that nothing in the actshall be construed to affecttho legal tender quality of the standard sliver dollar A minority report on tho bill will also bo submitted MAJOR STANTONS PROMOTION Tho President sent to tho Senate tho nom ination of Major Thaddyus II Stariton pay be Lieutenantcolonel and Deputy PaymasterGeneral FjANl CHANT FOUIfKITURES The House Committee on Public Lands after trying In vain for several months to secure an agreement upon the general land grant forfeiture bill this morning decided to shift the controversy to tho House by re porting tho bills embodying tho points at Issue They are tho 1ayson bill which declares Mio forfeiture of lands opposite un completed portions of aided railroads and Stone bill which In addition proposes bo brought against the railroad companies to recover all the lands opposite any constructed partnf road not completed within Mie time speciilod In granting act Favorable reports were ordered upon the I Is providing for tho disposal of tho Fort Ellis military reservation In Montana and abandoned military reservations in Wyo ming under the homestead law A HBniUNG IKOCkAMATION The President has issued a proclamation warning all persons against entering tho waters of Kohring Sea within Mio dominion of the United States for tho purpose of kill Ing seals or other fur beatIng animals RiODLEO THE HIRED AX IMPORTANT UAIMtOAD The United States Supremo Court today reversed the decision of the Minnesota Su premo Courts against cor Lain railroad com panies known as tho Granger Tho issue was certain rates proscribed by tho Stale Railroad Commissioner which tho railroad companies assorted wore so low as to practically amount to Iho doprlval of tho company of Its property without duo process of Justice Ulatohford delivering tho opinion of court says Itmust accept tho construcUon put upon the State statute by tho Minnesota Supremo Court when that court declared that it Is tho expressed intention of the Loghtlaturo that rates llxod by the Eallroad Commissioner arc not simply advisory but final and conclusive that the law neither contemplates nor allows any issue mado or an inquiry had as to their equality or rea sonableness Iu fact in other words al though tho railroad company Is forbidden to establish rates not equal and reasonable there Is no power In tho courts to stay tho Commissioner If ho chooses to establish rates that arc unequal and unreasonable Tho questionof reasonableness of rates for tranyporlaUon by a railroad company says Mio opinion Is eminently a question for judicial Investigation requiring duo process of law for Us determination If a company Is deprived of tho power of charg ing reasonable rates In Mio absence of inves tigation by judicial machinery itisdoprlvod of Iho lawful use of Its properly and thus In substance and olToot of tho property it self without duo process of law and in vio lation of Constitution and while othor persons are permitted to receive reasonable profits from Invested capital this company is denied equally tho protection of tho law Jnsllco Miller concurred with some hesi tation In the judgment of tho court Ho was of tho opinion that tho Legislature or the Commissioner appointed by it had a right to establish rates but whore unjust rates wore fixed the parties aggrieved had a right to appeal to the courts Tho railroads should have a right lo bo hoard and as the Supremo Court of Minnesota refused Mils the case in opinion should be re versed on ground that this is denial of due process of law Justice Bradley for himself and Justices Gray and Lamar delivered an oral dissent Tt seemed to him that the decision of tho court practically overruled Its decision in othor cases In which it had boon hold that the adjustment oX rates was a Legislative and not a Judicial perogatlvo Tho courts should never make Issue with tho Legislative department whore It was possible to avoid it It might be asked If the public was not at the mercy of tho Legislature Ho an swered yes there had to be a final tribunal somewhereto decide every caso Tho ques tion which was the proper final tribu nal In his opinion It was tho Legislature lie did not moan that there might not arise cireumstanjos which would give tho judi ciary power iu tho matter but it was not so In lilts on so THIS STEELB CASE CLOSED Testimony Showing the Lieutenants High Standingin the Army CHICAGO March Lieutenant Stcolo courtmartini was resumed this morn ing Stcclo admitted striking Trooper Wild but declared that Wild was and insubordinate Captain IMiolps testified that Wild was in solout insubordinate and gave more trouble lhan any other man in tho troop Witness had never known in twenty years experi ence a hotter ofilcor of his ago than Lieuten ant Stcoio CCapUun Weeks retired testified to tho good character and reputation of Lieutenant Strolc Colonel Townseml at Fort Yatos said report of the oaso was niado to him by both Stcolo and Wild Stcolo admit ted having struck Wild in a moment od pas sion and resrotied IfTownsonci rebuked him fur it and told him no officer who cannot control his own temper can expect to control other men Private Wild then came in and asked if Stcole had a right to call him a miserable disorter and strike him Townsond replied ho had not and further told Wild that tho order ho had refused to oboy was a perfectly proper one and ho was guilty oC grave broach of discipline Stoolo asked tho Colonel if Wild was not to bo tried the garrison court As to the punishment ho had received it was loss than lie might have got from a general court martial Colonol Townsond considered LloulonantStecIe ono of tho very best young ofilcers army This ended tho testi mony and after arguments by Steclcs counsel anil Tudgo Advocate Murray tho oaso was closed The finding of tho court will not bo made known for some timo On account of General Crooks floath it will bo passed upon by General ScboUeld The Dissatisfied7 Dock Laborers LIVERPOOL March dock laborers have again struck Tho employers decline any negotiations with the men and a dead lock has resulted The position is serious A Sanguinary Assault Repulsed by Three Bullets THE WORK OF A HANDY MAN WITH A GUN above tliat point It is about conceded that the fire has been extinguished but then no ono is tho wiser as the shafts remain closed with the exceptionof u hole cut in one of the bulkheads to ascertain the depth of the water in the and is to whether it is on the increase or not A sufficient number of Dumps will be on hand and all the necessary arrangements perfected to get the water out much faster than it was put in Work will resume it is said in Anaconda on the west side of the shaft producing ore just as soon as the mine is in any kind of condition to permit it A Double Tragedy n California Caused by Flack Case Italian Counts Brutality Towards His American Wife NORWICH Francise ClironicU E Brings the 25yearold son of Ira C JggH a wellknown manufacturer of Vol was in the furnace room of his fathers house today when Samuel B Green the hired man entered and with an oath said I have you just where I want you Now Ill cut your As Green felt for his knife young Briggs drew a J2calibre selfcooking pistol and sent a bullet into Greens side Green still pressed toward Briggs and the latter fired three more shots Ono of them entered brain killing him instantly Green was years old and had worked for Mr Hrlftgs for a year and a half The coroner reports it a case of justifiable homicide Brings gave bond in sum of S5000 for Tho following account of the tragedy was communicated by young Briggs himself to Coroner Park of this city today Aftnr trying the steam heater 1 wont down into the intending to dry myself at the furnace and took along abook to read I had placed my ieob before the furnace tilted back in my chair find began to road when Green came suddenly into the basement and crying out Now Ive got you whereI wanl you Ill cut your advanced toward me Before going to Bachdalo in the morning I had put my revolver in the pocket of my sack coat and as the hostler rushed upon mo1 I sprang to my feet pulled the weapon and fired rap The young man is i dead shot with a re volver or shotgun and all three shots hit his man Ono passed through Greens neck another through his abdomen entering from behind and a third pierced his brain through the eye That bullet wont clear through the center of the oyo without touching tho socket and barely impairing tho white of tho eyeball Green fell in a heap on the floor his head falling into tho basement coal hod where it still rested when Coroner Park arrived at tho scene The coroner was not informed of the trag edy until 4 oclock last evening The shoot ing was not heard outside the basement Briggs says his family who were upstairs did of Lho tragedy until a few mo ments later when ho alarmed them Briggs thinks Green was taken suddenly insane His Is ono of tho host families in and ho is heir to several millions illE VLACK CASE POSTPONED NEW YORK March Barrett this morning deferred ac tion until consequence of the po sition of Sheriff Flack and tho fact of the in terferenceby a reporter with tho jury A CALIFORNIA TRAGEDY KEDtANDS March this morning several shots wero heard in the hallway of tho Windsor Hotel and Manager McOonkey was found dying with a bullet in his breast A rifle was lying nearhim and it was supposed that ho had leaned upon it and suicided In a few however tho body of N C Grosham fore man of tho Caliorirapli was found In tho par lor with a hullot wound through the hoart und a pistol in his hand Tho theory is that McOonkey shot Grosham and then suicided Jealousy over a woman is supposed boon tho cause AN ITALIAN COUNT AHIIESTED PHILADELPHIA March do Mon torcol married rich Miss Virginia Knox of Pittsburg a couplo of years ago and took hot1 toltaly In two months ho treated her brutally because she didnt give him all her fortune and she loft him and re turned hero Ho followed her and lias boon living on Italian friends varying tho monotony by wife for alimony which sho refused Today ho stood on the street and distributed circulars in which ho described his wlfo as a drunkon and dissolute who woiild not allow him to get a divorce A largo crowd collected and the Count was arrested lie will bo tried to morrow on a charge of circulating libelous statements A MYSTEllIOUS PAIR BRISTOL March for dobt woroissued today by a number of firms hero against two mysterious residents who have boon living a life of luxury and oaso at their place for the last two years Tho two mon who are known as Birdsall and Howo entered the place in May 1SSS Thoy have boon tho mystery of tho town They furnished a largo house on tho rivor front in vnagniticont stylo placed a yacht on tho Delaware and purchased three thoroughbreds harness and carriages They hired a number of servants and always appeared to have plenty of monoy until last February since which timo Howo has been awav Their creditors have boon unable to collect money and consequently havobecu keeping a close watch on their movements Lust Friday Birdsall dropped a letter which was picked up It was from Howo in San Francisco and advised Birdsall to move their effects to Burlington in order to out wit tho creditors Howe informed Bird sail that a letter addressed H Jacksonville would reach him after a certain date Acting on this in formation all the horses carriages and fur mturo belonging to mysterious pair were Birdsall loft for New York in tho afternoon and it is surmised ho will not roturn AXACQNDAl FIRE Extensive Preparations ior Puniping Out the Great Mine BUTTE March 24 Special to and St Lawrence mines did not open up as was expected in this city on Saturday Pumping is continu ous by the two iyto thdsbafs of will continue for tho orfour weeks or to the 15th of tho coming month when it is ex pected that Marcus Dailey will return from the East and the mines will not bo opened till he arrives Fourteen sinking pumps have been hauled on tho ground aicJ more arc to follow to the pumping out of tho shaft It is said that fifteen pumps can be used in each shaft or five to a compartment which would bo thirty inthe Anaconda and St Lawrence Each pump is of throwing between 500 and 750 gallons of water every It is re ported that tho water is up between tho throe and four hundred loot level St Lawrence iu tho vicinity of tho free milling ore and much difficulty is being experienced in cettinc it KILRAIN SERVING HIS TIME PanAmerican Reports WASHINGTON March PanAmeri can Conference today adopted a report from tho Committee on Communication en tho Atlantic and Pacific recommending the granting of Government aid to lines of steamers The monetary committee presented re The South and Central American delegates on the committee united in a re port in favor of an international silver coin Estce one of the United States members agreed in the general recommendation but differed in detail Ho recommends the coin ago of silver dollars of 412 grains 000 fine and the organization of a monetary union under whose direction the coinage is to be executed Ho and tho foreign delegates favor bimetailisin but Mr Coolidge tho other United States member is a mono raetallist The New Yorle Briberies NEW YORK March Senate Com mitteo on Cities continued its inquiry to day into tho sheriffs office Lawyer John son said the lie received from Ivcs during his confinement was for previous legal services He never paid deputies or the sheriff a dollar for Ives privileges ON THE SUBJECT OF TRUSTS THE SHERMAN BILL LEADS TO AN INTERESTING DISCUSSION The Proposed Measure Would Wipe Out tho Farmers Alliance and the Knights of is Vigorously Opposed The Theoretical Enforcement of a Mississippi Sentence WASHINGTON March tbo Senate Hoar from the Committee and Elections reported in the caso of tho persons claiming seats as Sen ators from declaring Clark and Maginnis not entitled to scats arid tho other two declaring Power ou tho merits of tho case to be entitled to seats Besolutions from minority making uu opposite report were reported by Gray and all ordered printed Hoar giving notice that ho would ask tho Senate to consider them Thursday House bills were reported and placod on tho calendar as follows To insure purity of elections in Arizonato authorize Ogden Utah to assume Increased indebtedness Tho Senate bill coding public lands to Cal ifornia and other states in aid of irrigation of dry and arid land wasreported back from the Commissioner on Lands ad versely and indefinitely postponed Several petitions ratification of the extradition treaty with liussia hav ing been presented Hoar once more raise the question as to sentation in open session After debate the point of order was the timo antitrust bill was taken up and Turpie discussed the constitutional points George opposed theiimonament ofloredby Reagan being his antitrust bill Teller said he was inclined to vote for the bill although howas riot sanguine of its accomplishing its purpose Unless tho States took hold of the question and suppressed those trusts by limiting the amount of capi tal that can be any corpora tion the trouble wouldcoiitlnue The bill he said would apply to tlie and the National Farmers wnich were organized with the avowed purpose of increasing the prices of farm products a thing which he regarded as most desirable and as absolutely essential to the prosperity of the country He was extremely anxious to take hold of and control those great trusts and combinations of capital tirblug the commerce of the country Ho did not want however to go of interfering with organizations which lie thought were absolutely justified by tho remarkable condition of things in the country Ho referred to the Knights of Labor as another organization that would come with In the scope of the bill because the object of theordcr was to increase their wages and consequently increase the cost of productions Teller admitted that tho Knights of Labor and all tradesunions in the country wore practically included in the bill and sugges tested to the committee which reported it whether it could not be so worded as to con fine it to trusts that to good The discussion then drifted to the amend ments offered by Ingalls aimed at dealings in futures and Sherman opposed ifc as not in harmony with the bill as proposing a tax which could not originate in the Senate and as not hav ing been considered by tho committee He also opposed Reagans amendment Stewart said tho bill was Hoar criticized the bill in some of its legal aspects and claimed that it afford any adequate remedy that if the duty cotton or woolen cloths was too low to protect the manufacturers of Massachusetts not a month or a day would bo allowed to pass before Hoar would demand a remedy in the way of raising the duty Here was cdy for a greater wrong thanany sultod from low tariff The farmers asso ciations throughout tho country could not removethe source of the evil but they de manded a remedy and their demand be heard The power of the only power that could deal with these cor porations George asked Sherman whether the Stand ard OU Company was not a corporation under the law of Ohio and Legislature of that State could apt annul its charter Sherman replied that the Company hod been originally organized with a modest capital of but there were forcy or fiftycompanies in other StatesCom Ho in general law declaring certain contracts hull and void but had modified his proposition toi meet tho views of others who thoughthe was golngtoo far and now his objection to tho billwas its weakness but it wasa weak ness drawn into1 tho bill by objections made in the Senate Vest aud Hiscock spoke the Dill which went over till tomorrow without action After executive session the ad journed House March House resolu tion was adopted making the Worlds Fair bill the1 special order lor to be votedon at 4 p m Thd Hock Creek bill was considered but no taken and the House ad journed Burial of General Crook March remains of General Crook arrived here at 10 oclock this A procession was formed and marched to the the exer cises attending the burial were carried out according to tho programme General Schencks Funeral WASHINGTON March services over the remains of General Schenok held this afternoon and tonight the body was taken to Davtoo Ohio WINED AND DINED BY LOCAL SPORTS A Magnificent Structure for the Chicago Athletes The Raging Baseball Will Come Out On Challenged RICRBORC March TRIBUNE San Francisco Chronicle Theoretically Jake Kilrain is a prisoner serving out a two months sentence for an assault committed on one John L Sullivan in Marion county Practically he is enjoy ing full liberty and the generous hospitality of the subjailer When Jake left this city for Columbia tho county scat of Marion county Saturday morning in company with Charles W Hi eh it was with tho belief that the efforts of his friends to secure his re lease under the prison contract system had been futile Jake was blue and so was Kioh Friday telegrams were passing between Rich and the authorities of Marion county Rich was ordered to produce Jake before the county commissioners Rich is one of the wealthiest most pop ular and influential young men in Marion county and when ho undertakes to do a thing he usually succeeds On meeting the commissioners he took off his coat produced a check book and began an argument in Jakes behalf It required two hours of fast and emphatic talk to gain his point but he gained it Tho climax to the argument was reached when Rich signed a check for a good round sum and throwing it before them invited tho commissioners to either accept or reject it and to be in a hurry about making up their minds The check was accepted The amount of money it calls for is not yet Rich refuses to soy and the Marion county commissioners arc eoually reticent Take and Rich returned to the city last night to be dined and wined by friendly sports WILT NOT GO TO March Kilrain has a telegram from her husband Ho states that he will not bo sent tojail but will spend his two months with his friend Charles Rich at Klchburg where Kilrain fought Sulli van Rich it is understood purchased Kil rains under the contract leasing system A BOOJt TOR CHICAGO ATHLETICS CHICAGO March athletic associa tion to rival that of San Francisco and thoso of New York and Boston is proposed for Chicago It is not only projected but the preliminary steps have been takenA State charter has been secured and options ob tuined on several centrallylocated sites suitable for a club house The general plans for the building it is proposed to erect have been made These are for a substantial fireproof tenstory structure The base ment will contain bath rooms a swimming tank ri0e range bowling alleys bicycle a barbelshop On theother floors will be reception rooms offices read ing rooms a cafe a billiard room a large banquet hall smaller dining rooms The gymnasium will be perfect in all its appointments There will be tennis courts sparring and fencing rooms hand ball courts and a running track The mem bership will be limited to 1500 THE RAGINGBASEBALI NETVYOBK March this cruel war 3s over who will bo on top Thats tho question that Is baseball crank in tho East and it is leading to a good deal of heated and bitter argument just now too The old League retains the sup port of a largo number of admirers who have adhered to the organization ever since its foundation and who dont propose to de sert it now But the Brotherhood with its ranks filled with popular players each of whom has secured many personal friends during his career on the diamond has its followers also and they are not few Each side is equipped for the fray and each side is confident of success There will unques tionably bo a bitter struggle for supremacy and all hands concerned will get a full share of hard knocks before it is over Thefight will be very bitter in New York where the Brotherhood and League teams play on the same day in the sixtytwo out of seventy games played there The grounds of the two teams are directly oppo site each other and each will charge the same price The Brotherhood has however tho finest and largest grounds The success will be judged by the amount of monoy each takes in and neither side has any idea that it will come out even at the end of the sea son It is a fight to the death each declar in that the opponents will desert the field next season Both allow that two organiza tions cannot be kept up and that tho test as to which will go to the ground will be made on the lines of the popularity The two New York teams are so evenly balanced that it is hard to say which side has the better nine Day declares that his backers Walter Appleton 0 D Appleton and other equally rich men are willing to put their hands deep in their pockets for the sake of downing the deserters and Ward says that Postmaster Vahcott Broker Tal cott and other Brotherhood backers have pledgedthemselves to see the fight through till the Brotherhood has won It is unfortu nate that rules will not allow the League and Brotherhood teams to meet Nevertheless the fight will be the greatest ever seen in this country As Mike Kelly says It is a fight of a trust against the people and this year we are the THE SUIT NEW YORK March suit of the Metropolitan Exhibition Company against John M Ward for torestrain defendant from playing baseball for others was beforeJudge Lawrence an the Supreme Court today Decision was reserved but intimated that lie would follow the action of Justice OBrien in Chambers it being conceded that all the been produced before Judge OBrien invaded by tho Hood In 1SS3 the rivor reached iii feet 4 inches and in 1SS4 tho highest flood over known it measured 1 foot Many families in tho tenement houses aud cottages along the river front will be com pelled to go into the upper stories or vacate their quarters entirely The Railroads have boon compelled to abandon tho Central Union dopot and establish temporary depots Mill Creek valley is again a and for tho second timo the gardeners iind their spring work destroyed by water Railroad freight traffic is greatly inter rupted and on some roads must cease today within tho city limits Covingum and New port are cut off from the city as far as street car traffic is concerned Tho ferries are also obliged to stop because they cannot find landing points Tonight apprehensions of a serious Hood has been dissipated Reports from all points up the river is to tho otlect that it is sta tionary or falling and tho same is true of all its northern tributaries as well the Kentucky River If there is no rain in the Ohio Valley within fortyeight hours tho river will not riso beyond sixty feet A DEADLY CYCLONE COLUMBIA S March particu lars of Saturdays storm say that the fury of the cyclone was principally felt in Sum tor where much damage was done Ida Richards was killed by a house falling Two farmers names unknown wero fatally in jured Many were badly bruised and cut The railroad bridge over tho Broad rivor at Shclton was blown off the piers An un known man standing on the bridge was car ried away In Chester county tho tornado did great damage At Blockston a woman and several jhildren wero fatally injured In this city score of convicts at the State penitentiary narrowly escaped death tho immense peni tentiary roof being blown off It is reported that tho town of prosperity was swept away but as the wires are down nothing can be learned At Oiuudeu the cy clone struck a house killing Mrs Eastin THIS MISSISSIPPI WATK15S NEW ORLEANS from various points along the Mississippi tonight show that there has been no serious increase in any of the levee breaks but at tho same time not much headway is being mndo toward closing them The water continues to pour through through the Ofiuts and Raleigh breaks into Mississippi and North ern Louisiana and all tho land in that vi cinity is badly flooded Most all tho people however have been able to move a largo part of their belongings to places of safety At Arkansas City tho rivor is rising again tonicht and tho water is pouring down on the town rapidly The railroads are so far tho greatest sufferers WHAT THE HOYS AND MATCHES DID WICHITA March boys play ing with matches on a farm north of here this morning started a disastrous pvairie iire The wind was blowing a gale To night it was learned that tho fire prac tically burned out after passing over about fifty quartersections of ground and destroy ing a great quantity of grain and hay The loss of stock is not severe It is understood that the pecuniary loss will reach THE THEATERS RAIDED CHALLENGED Stephens Peabody yesterday sent a chal lenge to Earl Dunrayen to send his yacht Valkyrie over here to sail against tho yachts or content with inviting Lord Dunraven the owner of the 70footers has extended a similar courtesy to Paul A Balli owner of the cutter which gave the Valkyrie so tough a tussel last season WATERS SUBSIDING Encouraging Reports from the Ohio and3IississippiValleys v March river is reced ing slowly the marks this morning indicating a fall of two feet and a half ainci midnight All danger of a disastrous flood is past CINCINNATIS SKCOND IXOOD CrNCiNKATi March morning the Ohio river measured SG leet10 inches rising 2 inches an hour With no more rain a sivtyloet river seems inevitable but the outlook lor more rain puts a most serious aspect on affairs The most active work is in progress to remove goods from the river The cellars are already vacated anc tba first floors in many houses will soon be The Theatrical Profession Bom barded ly Writs of Attachment ST Louis March Dispatch San Francisco Chroniste bles with writs of attachment paid their respects to the companies playing at all tho theaters here after or duringthe perform ance Saturday Anight Lillian Lewis closed a good week at tho Peoples Marlande Clarke of the King company playing at Standard swore that Miss Lewis owed him 5107 and two constables were employed to collect tho money They not only levied on all the baggage insight at the Peoples Theater but entered the room of Mr Marston at tho Soil them during his absence The constables soughtto take Miss Lewiss wardrobe from her drawingroom but kindly consented to lot her use the room while they kept guard outside She had a fine sealskin sacqne which the constables wanted to Wait until she comes down to go on tho stage and Ill nail tho sacque from her said Constable Dolan They waited and to their consternation saw her come down stairs with it on Shell take it ofP before she goes in Dolau but she didnt It was a funny sight to see Lena Despard in full evening costume with a sealskin sacque while all the others were in light summer dress Dolan was in hopes that she would take it olY and lay it on a chair when he would boldly step out in front of tho audience and seize it but she didnttake it off her person although sho was evidently very uncomfortable If Marlande Clarkes claim was unjust he might see the finger of retribution in what followed Ho was booked for Greenville last week but was unable to fill the engagement on account of the floods The manager of the Greenville Theater however took the tide at the flood by having an attachment brought here for the amount of the probable percentage which woulc have been due him The bill was presented to Mr Clarke and he conceded it as grace fully as he could at Popes Nat Goodwin was made to stand and the legal artillery brought to bear being a claim for for an alleged gam bling debt At the comedian T B Polk was made the object of an attachment suit brought by one H M Talbott for Hermanns Vauderville at the Olympic was also attached for a printing MIL KALNATYS SUGGESTION Balfours Elaborate Selterae Present to Parliament TENANTS TO BECOME LANDLORDS He Urges a Conference of Crowned Kew Ninistry A Conference Suggested VIENNA March is reported a that Count Kaluoky has suggested that con ference be held between Emperor William Emperor Francis Joseph and King Humbert as the onlyraeans of allaying the anxiety prevailing in Austria and Italy in regard to the situation arising from Bismarcks re signation NEW PRUSSIAN MINISTERS BERLIN Emperor has appointed Count Ehlennorg now Governor of Hesse of the Interior Dr Miguel one of the leaders of the National of Finance Baron Henne Minister of Agriculture General Von Gattz Minister Works A Mystery Solved NASHUA March months ago Ellen Twpmbly the yife of George T Twombly disappeared from Dun stable Afe the same time Eugene Cum mings aged 30 who lived a short distance from Twomblys was missing It was supposed the couple h ad eloped This morning some workmen en gaged in righting a large pile of cordwood in the woods AvhJch bad become upset in the antunm of 1888 discovered under the fallen sticks the two todies pressed closely together by the weight of the wood The bodies were badly decomposed but from the clothing recognized as those of Cum mmgs and Mrs Trombley A British Air Ship Hercdd says that a rich governmentcontractor Is privately building near London an air ship whivh is expected to carry a crew ol several men at a speed of 150 rnilosan liour The Temperature CHICAGO March Tork 30j New Orleans 58 St Louis 50 Cincinnati iO Chicago A by which the British Ex chequer Guarantees tho Payment of Tho Voice 03 Bnlfour but the Hand of March tho Commons to day Homo Secretary in reply tc a question by Labouchere denied that In spector Janis over gone into business it Del Norie near Sboridnns ranch for tho purpose of evidence to be placed before tho Paruoll Commission Balfouv introduced i bill for tho purchase of land in Ireland aud for the improvement of the pooror uid moro exhausted districts Tho bill also provides for tho esUvbUshinent of un Irish land department Balfour said thnt in proposing tho formation of a land tho complex nature of the ques tion presented itself Tiicro were now no fewer than iivo bodies for tho valuation and sale of land Tho bill proposed an amalga mation of these into ono body Regarding the question Ought the land purchase bill to bo compulsory tho Gov ernment answered no Compulsion should be used most sparingly Ironi cal Irish but when justified by necessity it should be applied Compulsion could not bo onesided If they compelled landlords to sell they must force tenants to buy A most cogent reason against compulsion was that they could not make the bill compulsory without applying it to tho wholo of Ireland Tho Government saw no possibility of tho immediate consum mation of such an enormous transaction as the compulsory transfer of the whole of the land of Ireland from tho existing owners to occupiers Ought thoy to throw any risk upon tho British taxpayers Tho Govern ment liiiswered no Still British credit un der perfectly secure conditions must be used in dealing with the question of advances to tommts to enable them to purchase Thfl Government had decided against advancing moro than twenty years rental at the local rates now paid by the landlords Bnlfour thon went on at groat length to explain scheme of security of funds the latter being very complicated The bill in a large portion is the Ashbourno act Im proved and with additions required for se curity for purchasers etc After an elabo ratefinancial detail showing how tho im perial oxchecquer would provide against default Balfour said a default was impos sible unless there was a repetition of the famine of 184C It is designed to use onefourth of 3 per cent from the tenants 4 per cent as a fund for the erection of laborers1 dwellings A grant of a million and a half from the Irish Church surplus would bo do voted to relieving depression fostering in dustries and ameliorating the condition of tbo poor districts Balfour in conclusion defended tho scheme as without risks to the imperial taxpayer while the ad vanced under the bill with the of the Ashbcurno act would establish a perpetual fund from which future pur chases might bo made Gladstone scheme was certainly very complicated and thanks were due to Balfour for the obvious pains ho had taken in its preparation It was premature he added to discuss the involved proposals of the The bill passed its first reading A GLADSTONE SPEECH Gladstone tonight in a speech to the National Liberal Club spoke of Balfours purchase bill as a bold measure which in volved the British taxpayers assuming large liabilities aud demanded a searching In vestigation Referring to the Parnell Com mission he said he could not conceive a shorter method of suicide than that adopted by tho House of Lords in approving there port The Tory majority had invented poli tical methods as newfangled as they were abominable COMMENT ON THE LAND BHIj The Daily News speaking of tho Land Purchase bill says One thing stands out clearly that tho British credit may be pledged to the extent of for the benefit nominally of the Irish tenant but really for tho benefit of the The News says tho voice was Balfours but the hand was Goschens Parnell says the bill is absurd and objec tionable in the highest degree one of the fatal defects being that it gives no local control over its administration Davitt pronounced against the bill insidiousproposal to give the landlord more than the value of his land The Times does not commit itself net having studied the bill but thinks upon the whole that it seems to prompt the crea tion of a peasant proprietary on large scale without involving the British exchequer in risk CALL AND THE MARSHAL A Scurrilous Epithet Applied to the Florida Gentleman Starch 24 San Francisco Chronicle John B Mizell who was recently appointed United States Marshal for the northern dis trict of Florida United States Senator Call in the oflicc of the Con tineutal Hotel yesterday and going up to Senator Cajl I understand that you have been talking in the about my private life and that you have alleged cer tain things which I here pronounced lies If you have done so you are a dirty puppy and I will hold you personally responsible for the Senator Calls face flushed as lie replied in a quiet but suppressed tone Mizell such language makes men kill each I replied the marshal If 3rou made the remarks laid to your credit you are a dirty This repetition of the insulting expression failed to stir the Senator fronihis icy calm ness and he you may remember that I not the only representative of Florida in Congress Besides I never any remarks derogatory to your personal character and consequently t saast beg you to apologize for this Mizell though evidently surprised at Senators cool behavior apologized and Held out his hanV which the Senator touched slightly as a token of amity The Senator left the hotel In conversation with friend subsequently declared that but for the fact that family he would have shot the marshal on the spot The Senator subsequently left lor Befeeniak SPARKS FROM THE WIRES George Peck the humorist has teen for v There is a general upheaval ii the world of Russia and many students have been arrested at the leading universities The Midway Hotel at Kearney was burned yesterday Henry Dennuag a theatrical nwn v was killed by jumping ironk a window It is stated that Bismarck has boufu Switzerland and The STew York fruit importers h Congress increase in orangeRand lemons At the final trial of tbe torpedo boat yesterday a speedsof twentytwo KEOtsan fcj was aitaine3v The Business portion of El MOL was consumed by w   

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