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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - March 26, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                v The total circulation of The Tribune last week was ever If you want Eoomi or the Want Columns of The Tribune VOL 112 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY MARCH 2G 1S90 PRICE FIVE The Marshal tabards the Committee j With Affidavits A 8ESGARLY QUARTER OF A MILLION 3Jn Industrial Schemers Get In TfMIr iKiKliy Work on tho Salt Imlio Will Get An Ap ion TuinriNK Slreit Manh Inrsoris loaded for bear His In lib niciii and anottur jieek of him an i ClirlsMmi lie has met ftfll fiavlt with aul Unit lie dis proved against him A tneiiiberof Congrussniild today that aflcr looliln Into Ui Im waM ufrniil that iliu marslial oonio dill on Uii hln had laid 1lie Kreal M Sinson ehanen which Parsons Aiitniiif Mie s ono vll ImproprleMes to two have now iiuidii ctjuntor that first tniUnmny wsw unCi i nlHiipurisiiesiiaion Thu Is of a man for tlia to havo lierm insuiiid of uIloKiitloiiftdll In naMui prove HID Sunatti ouuHnns they eiuisinL so dnliiK or unless a lurpi nuirilmr of am biidly hurt iiollLlcully hy tho IKIIillllilt TIIK HALT HKOUCKH Put It flown to a quarter of half million That Is what tlie llouso HUbourn did this morning with the Salt pulilIohulldliiK bill whloh will lt reported to the full at Just half the amount carried by the Senate hllh How iiuuh of Uirt rediietlou must be at Mio doors of the sciienierH who threw htones at what thoy nailed values of real esfatn anil talked of saving money by oeuupyltiK bitlldliig f eannot tell A member of the said Yes we hellevo the Industrial Homo plan a real estato Hohome tuil tluiro wuto MHUO points broiiKlit otii In tho memorial about tho enormous prlesw of wlilcii wuro Kiiiiirlslng and may hiivo irejudleed some of committee against appropdatlon Whleli woiildliave given for u ftlto nlotie HUH most of us fool House would not stand u larger appropriation than Mio orio recommended nnd nfjjtod on this be Thn friends nfthcr Senate bill will try to liavn tho amount raised lu the conference comnilttoo to or A 1USOOHTKI DEMOCRAT The Wyornltis admission bill will prob ably Iw taken up tomorrow In tho House and when disposed of Idahos turn will havo arrived Congressman Horsey of will champion tho measure lu an cxluuistlvo Aluslee ol Idaho Is horo working harmony with Huliols or Stjvlohood He sahl today tliat ho was much llHgiiStod the nosltlon of hlH Ho Is pivitlouliuly urKont that MA should support the Vest oath elivuso clalmliiK that tho people o Idaho havo passed on this question that Is no division of stmUmout and that neither party has any use for Mio Mormons and dont bothering around lu polities Alnsloe fouls certain tho Domoorutlo Senators will vote for tho bill but dont hope to convert SprluKor and Manner A IUJM IOii OOOKN Opden will got an appropriation for a pub lio IulldlnK Action lu thu llniso teo has only boon delayed until Salt Lixkos claims had been considered Chairman Mll llkon said today that commlttco would soon bo In a position to report THE DAY N CONGRESS TUB VAUi 1JV alie AntiTrust I5H1 IMscusrtecl the Sonatc nnd Sonutos for OoiKl WASftiNOTON1 March The Sennto pro ceeded to consider the Sonato bill to ouixblo Scorotary of tho Troasury to gather full jind authoutlc as to tho present of tho fur soal of tho Government in Alaska as compared vlth also full Information ns to tho ro portcd extinction of tho sea otter Industry mid kindred linos of inquiry A bill providing for tho employment of a special agont atSlO a day was road In full also a communication from the Troasury THipartmrnt endorsing and recommending its passage After considerable discussion tho bill passed Vest oSTorod a resolution agreed to call Ing on tho President for copies of further orrespoisdenco In regard to tho award mado to tho Lunni Silver Mining Company undtho distribution of tho same Dawes offered r resolution agreed to call Ing ou the Secretary of tho Interior for tn furimitUm us trt land patents Issued to lu duns under tho sovoralty act Amous tho hills uiul and ro was oin1 by Morrlll to establish an educational fund from tho proceeds of pub lic land sales toy Kaulkuer to give a pen sion of S000 a year to tho widow of General Crook aiso a Joint resolution by George to amend the Constitution so as to empower Coiwrois to make all laws necessary to sup press combinations lu restraint of trade or production and to provonfc transactions that create monopollos or or depress prices of cojnmoiiiUions Hoar gave notko that ho would not call up the Montana election case till Monday Tho antitrust bill wits then taken up and George ail dressed tho Sonato At tho close of Georges speech n motion him to refer tho bill and amendments to Comrnlttoo oroftted ijulto u lengthy discussion In tho course of which Vest said that the country know that that committee was tho ieooptaclo in which tho Senate deposited its dead and there no longer any hopo of couccalluc It wore not themselves on record as tho blow thny referred it to ilm Committee whero it slept tho last sleep motion was rejected Tlie rjucjstlun then taken on Reasan s amendment addlnK the bill his ant bill as and 5 aim it siuMman moved lo amend tho first section by to It the proviso suggested by Giorgc This act shall not bo construed tr apply TO any agreement or combination liiborurr made for IcriMinlrii tin number of hours of labor or Increasing vfiiW nor among per sons engaged in or agriculture with a view to enhancing the price of their motion out of tho first Mrrllon thf of different or be tween two or more or corporations was agreed to umenflnicnt aiming fit dealings In and optionn was agreed to Coko then oiVnerl sin amendment conslst in4 of elKhMiinv sections moving to strike 11 ill nil if the bill except Intfallss ameiitl inoiit and sulwlltutf his Wii The frubstl U wan laid on the moved Insert In thn first snc tlon the words or of tho value of niauey liy vvhitJi surli rust may advanced or ri and Hoar to Insert after the words or of gold or and pend ing action tio Siinuto adjourned House March nftmMIII iipfiroval of the Journal Ciuullor enlled up Worlds Fair bill and the followiim iimulrnoMts wisio adoptvd That the CmiirnKsioii shall a hoard of managers and the board may ap point oim or riinio members on al coiiniilt toawfinl for fxhlblts piodiKod In wholo or in part by femalo labor Mm members of the board ho ohmgod with the selection of Mm Govern ment exhibit Hhall lie oliosou by tho Com mission randier opened dobatn In advocacy of tho hill niionxly noiiimwulliii the boards coru prehorision and eoinmendalile energy displayed by OMosijro lu the matter Ohl has done moro than any oilier city In raising five millions and agreeing to double It dandier then moved as an amendment that tho fullImlldlnv bo dedicated October U1 IKC and flio exposition open not later tliiin May I anil closed not Inter than October lid This postponement lie salil WHS not liy Ohkagu but was for the exhibitors Tho amondinoiit wvs adopted Ou motion of Oarllsle an amendment was udopted providing that the Government liullilliiK lie liiiill of Hiieh niatoilal as can bo Utkeu out and sold after the exposition N suUl he appealed to tho for fair towards Ohlisagn New Vork hurl lost tho tight through treachery In her own ranks suUl bo handsomely whipped What are we going do about It I at least am going to net tho manly part 1 stand by the yommlttoo because I hulievo it Is manly and politic The of the Senate yet be unfavorable to Ohicairn If so New York can again enter the list with honor If that tlmo doos not come I con shier 1 honor myself my coun try by standing by itaieh ox pressed himself satisfied with the olnuso providing that the Prosldnar before Issuing a proelamatlnn shall snMsfy himself as to tlio of tho sub scriptions Thorn was nothing left for Con gress lo do but to extent to Clticano every UXlMmato facility for imiklng the fair a great National suocnss N said no would vote to re commit the bill and make Chicago show her subscription lists Raines N adrtnwslng Spluolii sukl ltes not tho gentleman think It was si for tunate thing that wo were hoaton because 1C things had gono us thoy aro now going we should havo lost a majority of tho Tam many nianitgemont because tiioy would liavo been Ludlow street f Mason expressed a belief that Now York die not want to rnako tho fair a success The way vo help Chicago was not to throw rllseredit upon her Seveial others who had favored Washing ton New York and Louis expressed an earnest liopo for the Kiiooess of OtUeago Itoldens motion to recommit with Instruc tions was defeated wltliout division Tho bill was then ycms 002 nay Tho negative votes wore east by those nioinheiS who bad been from the first op posed to holding any Worlds Kalr After a eall of tho House roll call on ad journment and roll eall on going Into Com mittee of Iho Wholo for the Wyoming ad nilesion bill which was productive of no good result tho Houso adjourned GAMBLING OX HIS LIFE A SCIENTISTS SAD MISTAKE Professor Owen Drinks from a Bottle of Poison A SERIES OF COLORADO FATALITIES An Appalling List of Accidental Fools Discover a Can of Acci dent on the Northern Pacific Tho Gruesome SuIuMiio of a Now York NRW YORK Muvoh TiimnNB Dispatch Kranclsco Tho story published that William Deutsche familiarly known as hud been heue to tho oxtont of SriOOd hy tho tragic death Of William Tunihull tho ticket spec tilalor wns contradicted ty Mr Houtscho himself in tho afternoon Tho latter ad mitted to a roportor howovnr that ho hold a poltev of that amount on tho llfo of John Ttinioull a hrcther of tho tiooeused and ar tho same tlnvs disclosed a system of pro curing Hfo Itisuraneo which contains un olo mcnt of sport comMncil with gruesomeness Huslnoss wns liurd to ohtntu until ho hit upon tho plan ot inducing a man Insure his llfo In his favor for a certain sum in consideration of doing tho samo for his opponent In other words gambling on which should mttllvo tho other Is ono I have just taken out for Sin ooo in this said Billy show tho reporter M policy for on tho llfo of u wellknown brower You soc tho odds aro 100 to 50 In my favor is 1 cot a rtoublo commission on tho two premiums amounting to 50 per cent In cuh case so that my policy costs nothing At tho end of tho yoar I let tho policy lapse as otherwise I should havo to pay tho full premium It mo nothing and If my opponent should die T am thoad V havo six polleles of tho kind in force calling fee sums of nnd over and I hope to fty by tho end of tho yoar A JOKE A Young Man Bound Gagged and Tied to n Tombstone KANSAS CITY March TninusE Dis Sun Francisco Chronicle W S Cllno and Guy Allen twt wellknown so oiety men of this city havt acquaintances umong tho young ladles of Independence I and visit them quite frequently Their attentions to tho Independence belles be came distasteful to some of tho young men ot tho town and thoy woro warned to cease their visits They did uothecd the warning and after calling on ono of tho young ladles Friday night were assailed by a party of sixty closely masked They convoyed Mr Allen to the railway station put him ou u truln and sent hliu to Kansas City They then took Mr OHuo to tho cemetery bound and him and tied a handerehlof over his eyes They threw a bucketful of water all over him covered him with dust and tied him to a tombstone midnight before ho was able to rolenso himself Ho has a clue to tho perpetrators of tho outrage and will prosecute them K ho can oiUch them SPOKANE March cial to Atlantic express oast hound on tho Northern Pacific was wrecked near Montana about a hundred miles oast of hero this morning Tho wreck was caused hy a washout A lire broke out and before It could he checked nil tho cars except two sleepers woro burned and tho scone was horrible Men women children were frantic In making their escape from tho burning cars Express Messonger Miles was burned to death before ho could bo rescued and two emigrant passengers two lady tourists nnd ono child wero badly injured Bagjnigo rnastor Crogfin and Postal Clerk Crockett revolver severe Injuries All tho east onnd express matter or supposed to be burnecl Fortunately alightnmil was scnfc out from hero last night A special train sent outfrom horo at noon and ex pected to return Into with tho passengers FOOMCn WITH NITKOCHACKRINE MAitiON March Dis Iranclsco Chronicle fatal iiltroglyoerliio explosion occurred last evening at about five miles west of this city Klx weeks ago Loroy and William fjpoueo found a twoquart can In tho woods the contents of which thoy supposed to bo nltroglycorlno Yesterday accompanied by George Moor and E M Ward thoy went out In tho woods to ex periment Pouring tho explosive Into a crock thoy heaped a lot oL1 loaves over it and sot Iro to thorn Tho liro burned slowly mid Pritchott approached andstirred tho lump with 11 stick Instantly there was a terrible explosion Irltohott was blown forty foot and horribly mangled Ho was 27 years of ago and leaves a wlfo and throe children Tho other throe men were hurt Sponcf probably fatally It is sup posed tho explosive was bought by gas well diggers who placed It for safety where it was found SKRIOrJS FIRE IN MEXICO CITY oir MHXICO March large portion of TJangulstongo including tho town hall containing valuable old archives was burned Four lives wero lost IN COLORADO PHNVER March epidemic of fatal nociflerrts hnd shooting affairs appears to havo visited Colorado and more deaths have resulted from these causes during tho past thirtysix hours than for many years At Aspen Sunday Olmrlos Swanson was dashed to pieces by being thrown from a runaway cur down un Incline at tho Governor mine Charles Hart working in the on Aspen Mountain tho same afternoon was struck in tho small of tho buck by a piece of ore and received in juries from which ho died Both have families At Trinidad yesterday John working at Forhosooal mine was killed by n falling roof At Idaho Springs young Nols Olson was kicked In tho head by u horse His skull was fractured and ho will probably die At Crested John Ploucl and John Pogna uiiirrolod in a saloon and tho latter was shot dond At Colorado Springs Sun day afternoon four hoys woro walking through tho Garden of iho Gods Two of thorn got Into a dlflhulty and ono Ryan struck a companion named Ford on the head with a club fracturing his skull Ho cannot recover At Glonwood Springs a man named Kellogg wont to Rifle Station Sunday in company with a hi rod man named Davis They boeutno intoxicated had u returned homo and tiiiguged in a rough and tumble light Davis goting tho worst of Iho battle pulled a lingo kuifo and plunged t Into Kollogg Indicting u terrible wound from winch ho will wns arrested At Durungo J n prominent citizen 111 with typhoid rover arose from his bed and fell striking his head ou the window sill receiving injuries from which ho died In twenty minutes 0 At Grooloy George 0 Freeman blew his brains out on account of unrequited love Ills parents live In Milwaukee In this city Casper Appermbyer of Bur lington lowu was killed while trying to stop u runaway team KILfjKD BY A TRAIN SAN FRANCISCO March wagon In which were a teamster named John Brown and three small children of u neighbor while attempting cross a railroad track at University Avenue West Berkley this morning was struck by a passenger train lirown was killed and two of tho children wero probably fatally Injured and the othei slightly hurt A SCIENTISTS FATAL MISTAKE EVANSVILTVE March Richard Owen a wellknown scientist was fatally and A II Frotagoet seriously poisoned last night by taking a drink fron a supposed contain mineral water but which really was an embalming fluid Professor Owen was one of the four sons of tho Scotch philanthropist Owon known all over the world for his Icainln undbenovolence Profussor Owens brothers David Dale an eminent geologist am Robert Dulo a statesman and scholar were also of worldwide reputation Professor TKlchard Owen was celebrated as a scholar scientist and soldier He was born in Scot land nnd educated abroad afterwards com ing 10 this country After serving in the United States geological survey ho became a Captain in tho Mexican war He was afterwards State Geologist for Indiana and professor in Bloomlngton University In the civil war ho served with gallantry as a lieutenantcolonel of the Fifteenth Indiana and afterwards raised and commanded the Sixtieth Indian until 1 SGI when ill health compelled his resignation He was also an author of some note A TATAT BOAT K WIIERMNO W March Jo seph S Miller exCommissioner of Internal Rev Mr Mudluy and Tamos A lUn wero coming clown a creek yesterday in tholnoimtaJns and the bout capsized Uing was drowned and Mr Miller it Is Ceased is fatally injured DJtSAfVrSU IK JAFAS FiXANCiSCO March by tho steamer City of Pokin are to tho effect that on February 27th about 1500 houses wero destroyed by firo in Toklo Japan and a number of people injured Another firo on March 5th destroyed OQO buildings Tho Tomporatuvo CHICAGO March 40 Now Louis 48 j Cincinnati 54 Cliicaco 40 0 for the reason that even with these ores t Is dilllcult to gut lead enough to keep tbe In Colorado alive aud that to shut out Mexican lead would sooner orlaterclose ip every smelter in Leadville Telegrams were sent to the leading western members of Congress urging them to oppose the pro josed duty Tho American smelter was represented by its president Henry J Hig glns the Arkansas Valley by general man igir Charles F Lemberg the Harrison Re duction Works by its superintendent and manager J W Neill and tho Elgin Smelter by Its manager H Sherman They Should Have Kept Off OTTAWA March Warne of Vancouver Is here on business with the Min ster of Marino and Fisheries He says he las come down armed with powers of uttor iey and representing claims amounting to of several vessel owners for losses n Behrlng Ben seal fishing since He ays certainly expect to secure com pensation for our losses One of my boats was seized last year with about SlOflO worth of furs on board I havo five boats which cost some of them The Missouri Pacifics Position CmcAttO March with n representative of tho Associated Press re garding the cutting of passenger rates west of the Msssouri river Mr Townsend gen passenger agent of tho Missouri Pacific said that ho wished to deny tho charges his road is cutting rates in tho spirit of The Missouri Pacific ho said maintains tho samo stand it has beginning of tho trouble that it will meet competition wherever found Tho cutting of rates has boon done ho said to meet those of competitors and hy tho direct or ders of president Jay Gould The Lencivillc Smelters Protest March a nieet ing of thorepresentatives of Leadvillos four srooiters held today resolutions wore passed protesting against the iiuposJtton of fcUvQC JnaA troxa Jltoclno NEW YORK CITYS DISGRACE SHAMEFUL CONDITION OF AFFAIRS IN THE SHERIFFS OFFICE Public Indignation Expressed Throiijrli n Gnind Jury Koport Which DlscIoHcti Thut Somothing Blust ho Done Imme diately NETV YORK March Tho grand jury to day handed a long prosontment Judge FiUgorald in which tho sheriffs offlco is us a disgrace to tho city and a shiuno to civilization Tho foreman of tho grand jury said the Inquiry has failed to a single recloem ini elfjuioiib in tho management of tho sheriirs oillco It was a black record ot violated law tardy justice forced settle ments corruption and bribery It was no longer a question of what ought to be clone to remedy the existing evils but that it must ho done at onco and without Tho foreman asked that copies of tho pre sentment bo sent to the Governor and State Legislature The presentment In referring to tho sheriffs sales says thab during the three years ending January 1 1889 one firm of auctioneers conducted the sheriffs sales from which was realized the sum of S13 005 Of this sum was divided bo twesn tho sheriff and tho auctioneers In the year 1880 tho sheriffs proOts wore over How much more he received for extra compensation cannot be learned be cause of tho looseness of his accounts Uniior tho system In vogue the deputy sheriffs In order to realize substantial pe cuniary advantage aro almost compelled to commit criminal uncertainly to lay aside all idea of honesty and integrity For twenty years past says the jury there has been an utter subversion of public Interests to personal gain and the employment of men of ignorance and cupidity in the sher iffs office A JEALOUS WIFE Mrs Nat Goodwin Takes a Dose of Carbolic Acid ST San Francisco Climnidc Nat Goodwin wife of tho uotdd comedian was tho central figure of a sensational event al tho Southern Hotel yostenlay evening the facts of which only leaked put today Nat has been playing the Gold Mine hero at Topes Theater and has had n big week His wife lias been horo with him and they have been stopping at tho Sou thorn Yesterday afternoon ho occupied a box at Popes and with him wore several of the profession among them Miss Isabella Coe his loading lady wifo of Frank McGeo who wis also present When the performance was about half over Mrs Goodwin entered tho theater and wenbilircctly to tho box and tho audience noticed that Sir and Sirs Goodwin immediately loft Thoy had a ilo spat behind the curtains of tho box and again lu the lobby at the Southern Hotel Thoy apparently patched up a peace and Nat joined a company jovial friends in the rotunda at U oclock At yo a bell boy ran to Mr Goodwin with a now reading Nat I have taken some of your medicine como quick With an exclamation Goodwin ran up tho stairs and in a few iioconcls Dr Powers who resides in the hotel was called He found tho lady suffering great agony bob prompt action soon bright her out of danger Then I developed that sho had taken carbolic acid bub that thedose was diluted Tho explanation given was that Nat had boon using diluted oarbolio acid for catarrh and his wife drank some of it by mistake 11 Is stated that while tho doctor was work her a lady friend present asked why she had taken the medicine and she replied because I am tired of Her husband who wns up quickly Its because shes Husband and wife left this refusing to make stsitements From other sources it is said that Mrs Goodwin has been jealous o her husbands relations with Mrs Mcllee Mrs McKeo and her husband however em phatically deny any cause for such Dealousy JOHN PBOPOSITION He Will Fight Jackson for Twenty Thousand BOSTON March Now that I have settled tho Mississippi trouble I want to attend to Jacksons said Sullivan today If the California Athletic Club or any otJhor club puts up a purse ol 1 will miet him in a battle for the champion ship I dont care what gloves are used so lone as they come within the restriction of the law I will not under any clrcum stsinces light a ring battle again I vehafl enough legal Sullivan added that the people who criti cise his high figures dont know what tho tii I kins about It costs him algroatdea to trnin anil he wants something fighting IMsmdrcki addcd You will never s revisions of the New Treaty With Great Britian i STRiNGENT ANTITRUST MEASURE A Contribution to the Conscience Gun Sugar Tariff Soldier Cannot Barter Homestead Rights March Secretary of ho Navy has approved the report of tno board of officers appointed to witness the ests of tho pneumatic dynamite guns of ho cruiser The report shows uhat three shots were flred from each gun with a charge of about 204 pounds of gun cotton which together with tho structure of shell and fuses nnd packing made a total veight of over 500 pound Tho guns wore elevated 18 degrees Tho contract was that shell should be thrown over a mile Tho contract was more than fulfilled The eu lnes of tho cruiser are still to bo tested CONTESTED ELECTION CAPES The House Committee on Elections today disposed of two cou tested election cases Pasey vs Parrett from the First In diana District and Bowon vs Buchanan Ninth Virginia In both the Committee will recommend that tho sitting member bo al lowed to retain his seat In the seven clec tioii cases passed upon to tho present time the committee has favored four Republi cans and throe Democrats DISABILITYAND SERVICE P15NSIOXS The House Committoo on Invalid Pensions has authorized a favorable report on the bill which provides for disability pensions and service pension to all soldiers who have reached the ago of C2 years TJ1E SUGAtt TAIUFK PROBLKM Having reopened the subject of duties on sugar the Republican members of the Ways and Moans Committee Hud it a hard matter to adjust them satisfactorily Today tho refiners are hero In force A number from Now York Boston and Philadelphia made a strenuous protest against tho action of tho Committee In cutting so heavily into the existing rates They maintained that a porcecfc cut was all tho refining industry could stand Oa the other hand a dozen members from the West insisted that the duties must still be further reduced THE BRITISH EXTRADITION TREATY A convention supplementary to tho tenth article the treaty of 1842 between Great Britain and tho United States concluded at Washington July 12 1880 nnd ratification was exchanged at London March and proclaimed today By the terms of tho supplementaryconvention the provisions ot article of the original treaty are made following additional crimes manslaughter when volun tary second counterfeiting or alter ng bringing into circulation counterfeit or altered third embez larceny receiving any money val uable other property knowing tho samo to havo been embezzled fraudulently obtained fourth fraud oy bailee factor trustee or di rector or member or officer of any company made criminal by thelawsof both countries five perjury of six rape abduction childstealing and kid mapping seven hurglnry housebreaking or shopbreaking eight piracy by the law of nations revolt orconspiracy to revolt by two or more persons on board a ship on against authority ot the mas ter wrongfully sinking or delaying a vessel afc sea or attempting to flo so assaults on board a ship at with tho intent to do Trievous bodily harm ton crimes and of fenses against tho laws of both countries for tho suppression of slavery and slave trading Extradition is also to place for parti cipation In any of the crimes mentioned in this convention OT in tho aforesaid tenth ar ticle provided such participation bo pun ishable by the laws of both country The convention further provides that a fugitive criminal shall nofc bo surrendered it tho offense in respect of which his surrender is demanded bo one of a pjllticnl character or if ho proves that the requisition for his sur render has in fact been made with a view io try or punish him for an offense of a cal character No person surrendered un der the convention shall be triable or tried or bo punished lor any political crimer or offonso or for any act connected herewith committed previous to his extradition not shall ho be triable or be tried for any crime or offoiiso committed prior to his extradi tion other than the offense for which he surrendered until ho shall haveHad anop portunity of returning to the country from which ho was surrendered A SOLDIERS HOMESTEAD DECISION Secretary Noble today rendered a decis ion ina case Involving the question of the assiKnabllity of the right to make soldiers additional homestead entry The Secretary docidesltho question in the negative and says that by construing Soldiers tbe act as a whole it is clear that Congress did not intend the privilege granted to the sol dier to bo subject to barter and sale or assignment to another TTIE CHEROKEE PROPOSITIONS The Cherokee Commission today beard statement from representatives of the tribe in Indian Territory Several propositions were submitted to Commission andit was stated that if tbese proposi tions could bo made a basis of agreement the Cherokces would consent to a cession of their lands Chief Hayess proposition are substantially that the Government shall fulfill its obliga tion to expel from the Cherokee Ka tion all noncitizens a aoint Com missiod to be appointed to determine th question of citizenships claimed by severa thousand freed men now in the Territory the Government torelinquish its right t settle frtendly Indians on Cherokee land east of the 9Ctb parallel shall indicate a willingnessto pay a fair for tbe Cherokee Outlet Maye however disclaim authority to speak for the people A CONSCIENCE FUND CONTRIBUTION conscience fund was enlarged bj S1500 received today from New thf sender stating that it is the last paymen with 25 per cent over and above the araoun bo defrauded tho Government of years ago Tu of Count bert Bis marck is accepted and Herr Yon Alvensleben has been appointed to succeed him aSIm pcrlal Secretary ot Foreign Affairs An AineHe Rives Romance PARIS Murcb TftrBUXE Dispatch San G7ironic7c Aybung Parisian artist Jules Eoriaud has killed himself in because AmclieRives Chanler jilted while theywerc studying in Paris Her rebuff failed to dampen He f pllowed her to A1 lers renewed his courtship and Sis final conae on list Friday Upon destroyed himself leaving a seiisacionaUet ter asking lier sympathy Renaud hadr re markable talent V atcd figure or by which they shall settle he of such article so as to preclude competition THE PENSION BUREAU TRANSFER Secretary Proctor in response to the FIouso resolution asking if in his opln in therewould bo any reduction i public expenditures resulting from a ransfer of the Pension Bureau from the In erior to the War Department expresses tho pinion that a decided reduction in expenses follow the amount of which could ot well bo estimated A TOTAL DISABILITY MEASURE Tho House Committee on Invalid Pensions oday authorized a favorable report on the ill providing that any soldier or sailor ounded in tho service and who received moro than ono wound whero ono of snob amounts to total disability nnd tho tber wounds create disability then suih orson shall receive pension rated without egnrd to rank for eaih wound Ided however thn t the amount does not xceed SVper month REAGANS amendment to Shermans anti trust bill provides that all persons in the creation of a trust it powersfor any of the following purposes be guilty 61 high subject to afine of not more than o imprisonmentnot exceeding five years o both namelyi To create or carry out aa restrictions in trade to limit productions o to increase or reduce the price of merchan diso commodities to prevent competition In produce or commodities to fix a standard or figure vherebjth nrice of Cany article commodity ShanaL produce intende for sale use or shall be m an way controlled to monopoly in or txacsportatlon such enter into obligations b which or themselye Jotito manufaclure or suchiarticlebelow the or they agree article or transportation at a fixed or gra Bell Telephone BOSTON March annual state lent of tho American Bell Telephone corn any shows Earnings against S in 1SSS Increase in net earnings dividends increase surplus increase A Famous Stallion Sold GLENNS FALLS N March lelebrated stallion May King was sold to lay by W E Speor to Sibley Miller ranklln for THE PAXiO ALTO STOCK Senator Stanfords Trotters Go at Good NEW YORK March sale of Leland tanfords Palo Alto trotters began today There were 100 head and they brought good tticcs Thirtytwo were by Electionoor Tho sales were at follows Threeyearold bay filly to Doian New York SflOO 2ycarold chestnut filly to Muller Sibley Franklin Pennsylvania S650 bay maro G years old to Robert Steel Philadelphia 51000 2yoarold bay filly to Jacob llup jurt New York 2yearold bay colt to Jacob Euppert New York foTSO brown illy years old by dam Bar lara Maid to J Malcolm Korbcs Boston 52iiOO brown filly i years old by Elec tioneer dam Cecilia to S A Brown Kalamazoo SI700 brown years old by Electioneer dam Cecilia samo filly 2 years old by Electioneer dam Cora same bay filly 2 years old by Electioneer dam Dora same SSnSO my colt 2 years old by Clay dam Edith Carr L Fitzgerald Cortland N SJOOO bay lllly by Electioneer dam Eila J Malcolm Forbes Boston S3SOO Floren ayears by Piedmont dam Flower Girl Smith Powell Lamb Syracuse N SI 135 bay filly 2years by Piedmont dam Girl Jacob Pupport city bay illy 4years by Electioneer dam Cora H 3 Henry MorrJsvillo S300 chestnut naro 5years by Piedmont dam Gazelle Robert Steel Philadelphia 51300 bay mare 0years by General Bonton dam Battle C B M Babcock BInghampton N SlOOO chestnut colt 3years by Piedmont dam Irene E D Morgan Long Island SlOOO AN EDEN FOR SPORTS A Virginia lynw Permitting Singgins Matches and Bull Fights iic Marcli Virginian publishes a billpassed by the last Legisla ture which has slept without knowledge ou tho part of the public since Governor Mc Kinley attached his signature to it a few minutes before the Legislature adjourned on March 6th It is a bill which incorporates the Virginia Sporting and Under its pro visions the company can own 5000 acres of land in every county in tho State It can have entertainments for man or beast on enclosed grounds over which the au thority of the club will bo supreme By the provisions of the bill it Is assorted there can be null fights prize fights dog fights chicken fights and any other contest under the sun It Is asserted further that gambling can go on In full blast and the charter may bo so construed astoallow tho company owning it to run a lottery The bill was railroaded through tho Legislature the latter part of the session Tho Governor says that when it came to him ho had a mass of other matter before him and signed it without carefully examining Its provisions Tho VtrQinian claims that the incprporators of tho company are Now York sports Siberian Exiles Hung LONDOK March Dailv pub lishes extracts from letters received by Eusan E Trugos giving details of a fight at Irkutsk between exiles and troops At the trial three of the survivors were sentenced to bo hanged and others to various torhis of imprisonment Birnstcin one of tho throe condemned to death was ill and was carried on a bed to the scaffold when the noose was adjusted and the bed withdrawn Soton and Gossman tho two others would not allow the hangman to touch them They adjusted the nooses themselves and died heroically Tin Cup Records NEW YORK March Executive Committee of the National Association of Trotting Horse Breeders had a private ses sion this evening chiefly to consider tlio proposed changes in the rules regan ing cup which now enable trotters tagct a mark of 230 or better without com petingagainst other horses The niaiii fea ture of the change in order get a record or more horses mi WHO K1LLEO MR FOSDICK Sensational Woman Theories in the Kalamazoo Mystery A RESPECTED CITIZENS OCCUPATION A Cluirch Moinber and Kis Pretty Lead Very Crooked A Chinaman Sent Up for Fifty Years March section of the State is uemenrtously over tho Fosdiek tracedy the pvo pnratlon of Albert Fosdloks remains burial today a vhinl was found bnller having passed through the body An investigation of tho premises whom tho tragedy occurred shows tracks lending from the swamp to the Kosdlclc houso and back again It is believed by many that Albert Fosdiek with the a man living in a neighboring village and that tho fatal were tired by tho husband In ease this is the trua theory it is probable that tho shot Hrcd at iho on the eveninc of February 11th was intended for his brother It is claimed that Albert said to intimate that tho renson he told conflicting stories as to his whereabouts U tho time his brother WAS shot was that ne was then in the company of a married woman and that to screen hev he tola several lies Sheriff MoKarland of Van Huron county was hero looking evidence and said tho woman in tho case theory vat a myth Ho was positive that Dr hhnsolf was themurderer and that was tho man who had shot tho doctor ruary llth tho Fannors of tho United States havo iomludot to osiahlish Alliance afcrl works it Iron The works will employ oOO to rM hands and iho products will fro to ovory suballiance in tho tounriy numbers A TreasonableKditor BERLIN a social ist of Kroslan and mowlvr of the Reichstag was arrest oil for They Wont Worry McKinley PARIS March mooiing of tho Cabi no will be held to consider proteMs by var ious French Chambers of Commerce against the McKinley Amorlean uiUY bill An AmiSocialist Order ArtBX iareh Minister of announced ypMerdny socialist workmen will not be employed iv i he Stare workshops on the ground they arc sub ject foreign intluenef1 An Astor Trilmte Maroh Walford AM or ts a iilial to the A si or to place massive bronzo doors at tho Ot Trinity ehureh at a of TRUTHS FOR THE GZAR a recuru compete for a purso subscribed for by each as contestants to beat After two trials the money reverts to the association on whose grounds they trot Determined to Have a Title PHILADELPHIA March Dis patchSan Francisco CJiromcte The four hundred are excited over the fact that the marriage between Miss Mary Wheeler and Count JIaximillian Pappenheim has beer several times postponed recently with out any reasons being and it is now stated that an agent has been sentto Europe to procure a title for the young lady at any cost Pappchheim having made slighting remarks about marrying below his station Dragged From the Pulpit Dispatches from Crete say that atTatUma last SuT3ay a priest was dragged from the pulpit and paraded through the streets amid the jeers of the mob villagers are starving in prison Testingthe Petrel Guns FOOT MONROE The nava inspection board arrived this morning and went on the for run during which the guns vilL Germaii Trade tlie PacHtcT is being formed to trade InSamoa Ponga and the steamship will established between AN AOID TUIE1 WiLKBSUARnn Maivh Francisco Ckronitlc Today a thief in iail horo pave evidence Implicating Thomas in a numhcMof roblierles committed Jersey Joseph Thomas the father of was called upon by two detectives in tlu yards of the Delaware Lsickawanna Wostorn railroad in Scranton requostert Kowith thfini to his rosidonco in DiI1on as desired to search thn premises On reaching the plaeo they found his house locked Re volunteered to open tho window and by menus thoy could Rain en trance Tho ohicors did so and waited on the outside lor him to open tho door After he hart been in the house ten minutes or more nothing being hoard from him the ofllecrs concluded to kick in the On entering the house thoy found tho old man lying on the lloor in a pool of blood he having cut Ills throat with a razor It appears pow that he histtou Tcsse had been crooked for years past They found house chests full of valuable tools belonging to the D L W Railroad which had been stolen by the son nnd the father Thomas is still alive tonight A nUSTOCTED CITIZENS OCCUPATION NEW YORK March fashionable suburban town of Mont clalr N horrified over tlio discovery thiit mis of Tames Tutbill amason contractor is burglar who has been robbing houses right and left or a year past Ho was identified by accident one of his victims grappling with him in a house one night last week and inmasked him A search of his house re veiled a thousand dolJars worth of jewelry money and plate hid in the cellar Tuthill his pretty wife are in 1ail Mis former friends believe that he Is the captain of a band nnd that his wife was a trusted lieutenant They were both highly re spected in Montclair and goodchurch members WITOOUT DDE TOOCESS OF IiAW PENSACOLA March Simo son a colored murderer was taken from the jail tonight and shot to death AS INCENDIARY AT JJIRMARCK March Bismarck N special says that town Is greatly ex cited over two or three incendiary fires started early this morning Everything if wot from snow and rain and this aided tho citizens in suppressing what might have been a conflagration Iso cluo to the mis creant SENT UP FOR HALF A situ FRANCISCO March a Chinese Highbinder was today sentenced to fifty years imprisonment fov the murder of a fellow Chinaman four years ago Chuck was twice convicted of murder in the lirst degree and sentenced to bans but the Su premo Court reversed it each time A CHICAGO LAWYER CHICAGO March sensation was cre ated this afternoon In front of the First Na tional Bonk when Mrs Frank Kent widow horsewhipped United States Com missioner Simeon W King After receiving several blows King Jn desperation lifted his cane and struck her A policeman hen arrested tho woman and King went to his office Mrs Kent claims that King had been her attorney defranded and calumlnated her King says that Mrs Kent held unlawful possession of one of houses incompany an alleged archist named HarbaXigb and ho objecting to such tenants was about to have her ejected Mrs Kent was bailed out by Bar He Saw Peters Body BERLIN March Pasha writes that an Arab at Momgassa saw the body of Dr Peters and declared that he had been murdered Emin it is stated will soon re turn to Egypt and to Europe An AngloChinese Alliance LOSDOX March Chinese pol iticians advocate tbe opening of Thibet to British trade and the conclusion of a do fensive treaty with Great Britain These measures they act as a check upon Russia A Strike at Denver DEXVER March hundred and workmen Omaha on the North Denver sewers quit work to day demanding an increase of wages The men are working ten hours and the diggers gef and the pipelayers S3 They want an advance of 23 a day Jackson at Chicago CHICAGO March thousand peo ple the largest crowd tliat ever attended An athletic entertainment in this to the Battery tonlghi to see the Peter son Peter sparred three tarco Jack Ashton for po5ntsaiid tue St 3oo Kid also had a bbutvitlt Ashton to PARIS written a letter in to re turn to Francoproviding him to lie tried bya court peal or a court A SKNOS HIM ISLOQUKNT 1KYT12R L Bolll Arraignment of Itis Itfajcstys is ftivensm Un t rroscntiition of Facts LONDON March TiuncxE Franclsoo A fort ilght ago dispatches from M Petersburg announced that tho had received a letter from a woman named rshobrikova and it wns ftirther stated that icopy of this letter had boon sent each of bo Ministers The event caused a con siderable so lisa 1 1on owing to thn reputatJou if the writer in the literary world Mine Tshebrikova is about 50 years of age and for tho lusttwenty years has been famous throughout the empire for her writings In various reviews and magazines on women inestions and educational subjects Sho has never had any connection with tho revolutionary party but on tho contrary enioyoil great consideration in both court and government circles All this she has howevor saorlliood hy this one letter which sho seems to have written spontaneously mid without any Instigation and it Is hidly necessary to say that she has boon arrested for her display of courage In ad dressing it to tho Tho following aro some of the moro important passages of tho document experience of tho past reign ana your own experience muse liavo demon strated to your that a policy of persecution docs not attain its object Tho will come when porseeution of the right of thought will scorn as tho memory of u bid dream but 1 fear that tho advent of such a day will be accompanied with names and floods of blood Tho whole of your system pushes thoso who aro dissatlsliid into the camp of the revolutionists even thoso who a strong and natural rcpulsioa for all tho Kiwis ot blood nnd violence For ono Imprudent word for a revolutionary print often out of mere curiosity a young man a boy is declared to bo a political criminal Wo IviVo political criminals who only U years old who arc consigned to solitary con finement A government that rules people twtoblesftefcjvj children In our country people are sent for twelve irt eastern Siberia for olVences which in Austria would bo punished by two weeks simple Besides the draconian punishments In flicted by the tribunals we have also punishments by administrative order By these latter the government gets rid o its enemies against whom there Is insufficient proof This is the way orders of deporta tion arc drawn up Though there aro no proofs on which ucondwnn still he is to These warrants will lie trans mitted to posterity and it said that your Miipstvs signature is aflixid to such orders Your salvation depends on your return to the reforms commenced by your father Freedom of speech inviolability Ot person freedom of meeting publicity to a 1 trials education widely accessible to the suppression of arbitrary administration and the of the Zenlskcsotaor or National Parliament Tn this 3s your salva tion One word from you and we shall have in Russia a pacific revolution which will constitute a luminous paso of history Turn arc sire one of the most powerful monarchs of tho world I am but an atom among tho crowd of millions of beings similar to myself whoso fate is in your hands Aral my conscience my my duty as a Russian woman compel mo to speak out what is on my mind and to A Farmers Alliance OhxIstmaay Jacob and Jlr representing CAPMVTS PREDICTION He Thinks His Career Will bo Brief Decorations BEJVUN March Caprlvl on entering the Chancellors house is reported to have said I shall not probably remain long here It would bo impossible for mcj to sacrifice my honest opinion at tbe caprice ot U Bernard has deposed ail his stars crosses ind medals but tue Golden Fleece a xd BlS Basic in tho Rich bank No more uniforms or the vet ranS You havo forced tfrcmont where I shall war a frock coat anfiI only need my iron cross An Author with Dynamite ST Marca Tlkhiaranoff Nihilist author has been arrested on ilia BuKiLn frontier with dynamite ia bis pos session A Royal Betrotbal March A clorical paper of announces Stephanie Crown Frinca w Archduke Fran heir to Austrian throne The Britislx Treaty Published LONDON March new extradition between Groat Britain and the States was officially published xt goes into effect April 4th General Schcncks Remains DVYTON 0 Marcli General Schenck remains i wived from Washtagton this ing The Satf Franc SOmtuy a oj the handsomest as His Eed a vtry Future Eed a very Bright by For As   

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