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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                If you want Houses Kooms or Servants patronize the Want Columns of The Tribune The total circulationoft The Tribune last week over CITY ITT AH TUESDAY MORNIKG APRIL 1 1890 PRICE FIVE CENTS CHAMPIONED BY REAGAN The Texas Senators Plea for the Restoration of Silver THE INFLUENCE OF THE GREAT WEST Clevelands Message to the Demo cratic Pro and ChanRCflA Bibalous Army Officers recaliur CaseMc Kinleys Bill SALT LAKH TnTWONW BUREAU ri 17 Fourteenth Street r HINGTON T March at 3800 per cent piece of tho speculation regarding the tariff bill was sot at rest today by ils report to a full committee Tt Is a soundly JtopubUoan measure drafted on tho lines of tho declara tion of the party platform that tho protect ive principle should bo maintained while the Inequalities should lie removed The mining Interests of tho West receive a proper recognition in tho imposition of VA cents per pound duty on load ores argen tiferous or otherwise There haVfl been desperate efforts made during the past two weeks by Eastern smelting interests to change the schedules ort ores and as previ ously written Kansas through her llopro Bontatlves has alternately cajoled and threatened thecommittee to secure free ar gentiferous ores The Western Interests have demonstrated their nfluonoo in this contest It Is an in dication of what may he expected In tho future when more applications of tho same question will bo brought before Congress Senator Uoagan today rnado a forcible speech on tho silver question In which ho congratulated tho country that Congress soonuKl at last to havo awakened to tho damage by tho orlmo of 1873 by which silver was demonetized Ho Insisted that tho deg radation of silver had decreased values M That bold audacious fraudulent legislation had been the cause sacrifice of thousands of by making money Hcarco and dear Among other remedies ho pro posed to apply wore the following Tho payment of tho bonded indebtedness oC the Government In silver as welt as In gold tho Issue of coin cmtlflcatos receivable for al public dues and taxes and which would legal tender In payment of public and pri vate debts and the retirement from Circu lation of all legal tender and bank notes of a loss denomination than nnd tho substitute of coin certificates thero Georgo A Brown of Park City Utah is In the oity A CfjEVRtiANB AORNT WASHIKOTON March Dls Francisco Cftroniclc Kepresontative Scott of Erie is hero to consult with the Democratic members ot the Ways ttnfi Means Committee with reference to their policy In relation to tho tarlil1 bill and wants them to stand by tho tVUUs bill as It was passed by the last House of Eopro Ho comes as the personal agent of oxVrosldont Cleveland and In his inter est and Informs tho Democratic Congress men that it is Mr Clevelands wish to havo them stand squarely on tho record of tho party in the last House A11MV fUOMOTIOXS It has boon practically douldod to transfer Howard from tho Department of tho HAtlantic to tho Division of tho Missouri at Chicago to succeed General Crook and it MHeils promoted to bo as will probably bo tho ease ho will bo trans ferred from San Francisco to New ork A now HrigndlorGonoral will succeed Miles in command of tho Division of the Pacific Tho Provident has not yet determined upon the appointment but tho prevailing opinion ittorig oHloera around tho War Department is that General David S Stanley is the com ing man and that either Wesley Merritt or Orierson will bo sent to tho Depart ment of Texas to succeed Stanley CASH midnight at Austin Miss This morning it ad widened to 300 feet There is no pos iblo way to close It and it may Increase to xn unlimited extent All the plantations In ho vicinity are being rapidly submerged ind tenants are leaving without saving any f their effects ANOTHKR HflKAK AT The Appeals Greenville special lovoo north of the city gave way at noon despite tho efforts of the people and he water poured in upon the city which had always before been above tho level ot ha Mississippi at its greatest highb loodis a tremendous one and an enor nons volume of water Is pouring In from threo breaks above and out in all llrectlrms inundating plantation after plantation which in tho flood nfJSRS were hove water It Is estimated by engineers hat a largo portion of the city will bo looded 11 Is greatly feared that tho heavy wind and rain prevailing will cause the evees to give way in new places Tho water from tho Austin break will havo an outlet into the Yazoo river which will inundate a largo section of country in Sunflower arid river counties No Ives are reported lost and no actual sulTor ng Is anticipated white men and a negro while crossing the river in a skiff wore drowned by resulted from skiffs coming in contact with wire fences and other hidden obstructions FLOODS AUGMENTED ST Lours March inches of snow foil over an area of 100 miles radius from this city yesterday Half this has melted and the rest will melt soon adding to the already dangerous floods In tho Mis sissippi below hnro There Is much suffering among tho pooplo in tho flooded districts AN ITNHANAGKABO CHKVASSB CINCINNATI March officials hero received word tonight that tho cre vasse at Austin Mississippi had become unmanageable and tho whole delta was being flooded There is a tremendous loss of property Tho railroads aro being Interfered with by tho ilood PROCEEDINGS IN CONGRESS SOME FAMOUS CRIMINALS A Lawyers Illustrious Career and Ignominious STRANGLER IN NEW YORK ExSheriff Flack Sentenced to the County Men Murdered by Fiddler Smith Lmdlow Street Jail Indictments Dismissed SENATOR KKAGAN MAKES A PMSA 1TOK SIXVJSlt An Interesting Pension loy Opposed to Pensioning AbleBodied Dependent Hill Passed WASHINGTON March bustncHs Reagan addressed After routine tho Senate on the bill for tho issue treasury notes on deposits of silver bullion Tho bill ho said intended to relieve tho country from tho effects of tho worse than blunder of Con gross in suspending silver coinage In 1873 Ho rugartlod it as a hopeful that tho Republican Senate to join the great work ovon sign was though tho romcdy proposed might not bo the best It was to bo regretted that tho eommlttoo had not reported a bill for tho free and unlimited coinage of silver as well as of gold Ho favored tho payment of the bonded indebtedness of tho Government in silver as wellas In gold tho Issue of coin certificates receivable for public ana pri vate duos and taxes and the retirement of all legal tender and national bank notes of than and tho substi tution of coin certificates Tho Dependent Pension bill was then taken in the first question being on a unpndmont removing tho limitation as to he arrears of pensions Berry asked if any estimate had been made of tho cost of removing tho limitation Plumb replied that tho Commissioner of onslons bad estimated it at about 300 and tho chairman of tho House Oora nttteo on Pensions estimated it at 00 It would bo somewhere about those iguros Fryo regrottod that tho amendment was joforo the Senate Thoro was danger of overleaping In tbo matter of pensions When Cleveland commenced to veto pension nils not only the Democratic party ratified what ho did but many business men of tho Republican party too Ho warned tho Son itors that they wore imperiling the truest interests of thosoldlorsaudcreating a preju dice against pensions spoke in a similar vein Tho American Nation had certainly not boon sfclncv Tho pension expenditures for the next year would bo nearly No natlorvin tbo world had over appropriated or soldiers a sum that compared to that lie bogged the old soldiers to remember that tho objection to getting into another war would bo not tho cost of carrying it on but tho consequences of It and also asked them to remember that those enormous sums of money oamo out of tho pockets very largely i n TTo YORK March Dis patchSan Francisco Chronicle Michael Eyraud tho French assassin with Gabrlolle Bompard strangled Marshal GoufTelast July has been scon in this city within two orthree weeks by two young ladles who live at Mrs Susan Martins hoarding house whore Eyraud stayed for ten January Mr and Mrs Martin as well as all the boarders at their house who had made Eyrauds acquaintance firmly believe that ho Is still concealed somewhere about the French quarters In this city So does G L Stoat manager of tho Theater Oomique oC Harlem who lived there at tho same time with Eyraud Stout who appears to have had tho confidence oCthe assassin as nmon as any one who has mothim in this city says that Kyraud pretended to bo a planter ab Guaclalara Mexico According to IKS story Eyraud who went by the name ot Gascla while atMartins boarding house left Mexico for Franco with his vrlte and a young man 23 son oC a neighbor who was to enter college Their journey pro rossd favorably until Philadelphia was readied when the young man gave the emer one tho slip taking the wife along with him Besides the loss of his wile ho also had tx mourn the loss of in gold and notes which bo said ho had left with his wife After tho elopement Eyraud came as ho said to Now York and put up for a time at the Hoffman House until his money ran Sl While at Mrs Martins JEJyraud protended to pay a lying visit to Halifax to find his lost wife On his returnho represented himself to be about penniless and persuaded 8 out to advance him a lot ot dresses which he said belonged to bis wife but which ho in reality had purchased in San Francisco for Gabrlolle Bompard A iJlUijTjtANT IjAWYERS POWNFATjTj Ednuind Maikbrelter tho most celebrated criminal lawyer at the Austrianbar fled Cm Vienna on March 3rd to escape arrest lor embeHdomontt and for Jebts amounting to Ho sailed for New York a few here on the lotn vnn and fully 75 per cent ot them will took their opinion with money This being the fact feel that if Peter und John come togethnr under Uic auspices of the CiUlfornm betting on the result will he four times as great as was evnr known on asimilsir event hncnsii ind Australian moneywIU be there in fabulous lunotints and Amoricnn will bo to t would hot be surprised if changed hands through this light The victor cnn well afford to rutinVfrom tho ring for Ins re ward will be the greatest ever a gladiator earned President Jordan NEW YORK March N lordan this afternoon resigned the presidency and directorship of the Western National Bank Brayton Ives being elected to succeed him The resignation great surprise but it is said there is no friction among tho directors Mr Ives said this evening Jordan s con nection with tho Sixth National Equitable and Lenox Hill banktroubles had a bad ef fect and created dissatisfaction among the stockholders and depositors of the Western National so that a good deal of stock was sold prices depreciated and several millions of deposits wore withdrawn In v of this the change was thought Gladstone Speaks in New York NEW YORK March was asked by tho Build ing Loan Association to send a phono raphic message to the meeting of tho asso ciation March 34th Tho cylinder arrived too late but the message was by a number of prominent citizens Iho venerable statesman spoke briefly in a pleasant vein on selfhelp and thrift MKINLEYS TARIFF BILL A Measure of Gmt Importance Keady to be Reported MANY ADDITIONS TO THE FREE LIST the latter kept or working and pnid no at tention to his drowning child The boatman then lumped into the water but loo late to save the child who had suuji for the last rime Benson was fnutily shamed into fish ing for Hits body of tho child and the remains were recovered Before ho reached tho undertakers he met a more horrible fate than that which befell his child As he crossing tho tracks of the Central railroad at Jersey avenue ho was struck by the Long Branch express train nnd instantly killed His body niaugleci almost beyond re cognition The Special Tax on Tobacco Dealers Removed All the Important Changes Given Saint Saens Heard From PARIS March is reported that Saint Saens is living quietly at Venice The Dutch police believe tho suicide found on tho banks of the Mouse is the body of ISyraud A BUTTE PROTEST RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED ON THE LEAD QUESTION The Ways and Means Committee Ex horted to Kxfceml Their Banjje of Vis sion and Protect the Great West A subcommittee of tho Houso Comprlttoe on Military Affairs has decided to report favorably upon tho most peculiar measure over brought before Congress Captain Mount late of the Third Artillery ad dicted to Uio use of intoxicating liquors to a decree that Incapacitated him for duty and caused a scandal in that regiment Colonel Gibson his regimental commander wno had ronoatcdly admonished the captain decided to prefer charges and have him tried by courtmartial but the latter wrote out his resignation and placed it in Gibson s hands with the understanding that 1C ho was over found to be Intoxicated again it should bo forwarded to tho President with a recom mendation that it bo accepted A few months later which was about u year ago Colonel Gibson without notifying Mount send in tho resignation and It was accepted Mount protested claiming that ho had not violated the agreement and had not boon Gibson claimed that ho had feieon and offered corroborative evidence several oflloera of tho regiment Mount charged that there was a conspiracy to get him out of the army and has now come to Congress asking tho passage of bill to plaeo him on tho rotirod list with tho full rank of captain A SILCOTT JUDGMENT WASfliNSTOtf March 31 Associated Press Court of Claims today gave judgment in favor of Representative Craln of Texas In his suit to compel tho Govern mont to reimburse him for money lost through tho defalcation of Clerk Silcott THK AVISTDOItf BITJO The House Committee on Coinage Weights and Measures has agreed to offer a resolu tion for consideration of the AVindom silver bill oa tho 15th o April ISLAND SELECTED The Senate and Houso Committees on Imm Igration adopted a resolution approving the selection of Ellis Island as the location of the immigrant landing station CATTIiE ON INDIAN LANDS Acting on a decision of the Attorney General that In the absence ot a law there for Indians cannot lease their reservations the Committee of Indian Affairs has Issued a notice that all cattle on tho Indian land in Indian Territory for grazing pur poses must bo removed not later than Octo ber 1st THE RAGING MISSISSIPPI More Breaks in the j Water Preaicted March fallen in torrents since last The Mlsslssipp river 1s again rising and It is probable tha all the Slow lands below Helena will bo flowed Avbroak in the levee occurred a and arrived here morning be left the hotel Here of people as pooras themselves an anecdote of General Grant on tho lathers last visit to Washington when in conversation on pensions ho said If I wore President I would sign any reasonable bill to relieve the distress of an honest soldier or his widow or children but 1 would not vote ono dollar to the able bodied last said Hawlcy sank into my memory and that is my plat form I dout believe my State wants me to add to the debt oC tho Af tor further discussion Plumbs amend ment wns 0 nays 46 The yeas woio Allison lugalls Mandorson Mitchell Plumb Quay Sherman Turpio Voorhoos amendment by Call to Include those who served in Indian wars 1870 was rejected JV An amendment by Vest providing that tho money to meet tho appropriation under tho bill be raised by an income tax was laid on tho table An amendment by Plumb to pay a pension of per tuonth to all who served ninety days in the late war who aro G7 years old or as they attain that age was 39 The bill thon 42 nays 12 with all his baggage and his present Avhoie abouts aro unknown The story of his suc cess at tho crimes im mediately preceding his downfall and lliglit is fuH of draniatlc variety His first great achievement was the clo ionso of riamoff Trail and his m stress who were accused of murdering a old gM HteaumralbBuplnthis case was sopowcrfalthatdsMt closed every one in tho court judge roso from his chair and pressed forward to catch every word His was thon made and his practice swelled rapidly to an enormous All the celebrated divorce for iery and which abound Vienna came His annualin come swelled occasionally sums for a professional man on tho Continent Ho soon became tho greatest gamblei in the empire When spoken to concerning the necessity of Markbroiter would tell his friends about big cases he was do pending on toswoll his income up to the lovoi of his extravagance The failure 01 6no of tboso big cases to materially is sup posed to havo caused his flight Prince Sulkowski who was placed in an Insane asy lum on account of his general irresponsi bility and utter recklessness in squandering nonoy engaged Markbreiter to go him nut Markbrelter demanded as a contingent foe and theprince thought this too much After some hag Klliithe prince settled the question by es caping from the asylum without tho help of this time a Vienna woman of considerable came 19 to H0118O March bill was passed for tho disposal under the home stead law of the abandoned Fort Ellis military reservation Montana A bill was passed depriving United States judges of authority to give an opinion on a question of fact Tho Houso then wont into Committee of the Whole ou the Army Appropriation bill After unimportant action tho committee roso and reported tho bill to the Ptouso The action of tho committee in adoptingan amendment providing that no intoxicating liquors bo sold in any canteen was reversed by the Houso Tho bill then passed Springer introduced a joint resolution to retire Banks with the rank of major general Referred Wouldnt Kill the Czar LONDON March St Petersburg dis patch today to the Dotty Telegraph says that a man committed suicide yesterday leaving a letter saying himself sooner than killthe Czar ho having boon soleotod by ballot for that duty The letter gave the names of Ws accomplices several of whom wore arrested March York 36 Now Orleans 62 St Cincinnati 32 Chicago 30 Winnipeg 24 AngloGerman Cooperation BERMN March haye been entered into by the respective chief officersfor the establishment of bperatibn by the Gorman and unions to engage him to got her a divorce quired fromher a deposit of as se curity for his foe He uovertook steps to ward getting tho divorce and the woman says ho never returned a cent of her deposit She asked him for the money repeatedly but cot no satisfaction On March threatened him proceedings un less ho returned tho atonco He did not return it and on March 3rd left A KKWS GATHERER PUNISHED NKW YOUK March Choato tho reporter who secreted himself iu the jury room while the jury was considering tho Flack case was this morn ing sontonoodto thirty days imprisonment and fined TO JAIL NEW March was sentonocdto twomonths in the county jail and lined Josepb Meekswas sentenced to a fine ot S500 and ono months imprisonment m jail William L Flack was fined and impris onment in the penitentiary for four months Judge a stay of pro ceodings ponding appeal v DEATH BVELBCTRlCITy boon sentenced to death by electricity at Auburn prison during ttie week beginning April 2Stn ESCATJJO TllROUQU A TUCHNICALITV NEW YORK March the case of Deputy Sheriffs Martin Walsh and Young indicted for bribery in taking from Charles Francklyu who was under arrest in 1SS7 Judge Barrett today dismissed diotments holding the acts wore misde meanors and barred under tho statute of limitation TWO MEN MURDERED NEWARK N March Smith a notorious rushed into Her mans hat factory this afternoon and said to George have you been saying about me Hastings retreated and before he said a word knife into his making a wound Frederick Butler attempted to seize Smith and was himself stabbed the left Abreast then succeeded in disarming the murderer v is dead and Butler cannot live PETER ANDlJOHN BUTTE March to Tnfi largelyattended mooting of tho Butte Board of Trade was hold tonight to take action on the lead question Tho committee oa resolutions reported the fol lowing which were unanimously adopted and ordered that they bo telegraphed to Thomas H Carter M Washington WHKKKAS Tho Waysand Means Commit tee of tho lowerHouse of Congress has ponding before it a proposition to levy a duty of 1 cents per pound on leadcon tained in ores arid WHERE persons and corpora tions who derive a profit frpm the importa tion of Mexican load orev have appeared before said committee and are striving to make It appear lead and lead min ingindustry will be better subserved by a lowering of the proposed rateof duty the free admission of leadin ores and WHEREAS We this effort to abolish or reduce said dutyMs inspired by a purely selfish purpose of enriching a in a limited locality and without con sideration for the rights of thegreatraass of the people directly it O Resolved By the Bubte Board of Trade of ing community in Union that hyreason of the great difference existing between this country and particularly in all the conditions surrounding labor and living and transpor tation any reduction from the proposed rate of 1 cents per pound would seriously injure and permanently load mining industry of abolition of the duty means ruin andwide spread disaster to investments involving millions of dollars and further Resolved That as citizens of aminingsec tion whoso interests are directly and understanding theextentOf thOthreatr ened ovil and without any political lines we most earnestlycall upon tho Committee on Ways and exi tend their range of vision and let the ciploof protection shed its fostering rays and north of the Rocky Mountain Resolved That a copy of these resolutions bo telegraphed to Hon Thomas H CaJpter Representative in Congress re quest thathe present them to tho Committee on Ways and Means Signed LEE MANTLE President JAMBS A FORMS Secretary Butte Board of Arc Clergymen Frauds NEWATIK N March Dis Francisco Chronicle Rev Hugh Penton lectured in terday to a large audience who cametp hear him discuss tho Are Clergymen Frauds He did not propose discuss common everyday ministerial liars thieves drunkards and libertines He simply wanted to discuss tho question whether the average respectable spected priest or minister is a fraud and he claimed that nearly all are What lie meant by was one who did notbo 1 love what he proaohed or who did not what he believed WASHINGTON March a special meeting of tho Ways and Means Committee Chairman McKinley presented the Repub lican tariff bill The minority will bo al lowed ten days to offer amendments to tho bill The McKinley bill will effect a reduc tion of in tho revenues Among the articles placed on tho free list are uncut diamonds and other precious stones fish the produce of American fish eries and fish caught by American vessels in open waters of lakes which form the boundary between United States and Can ada currants dates fruits green ripe or dried not specially enumerated opium crude or unmanufactured and not adultera ted containing 0 per cent or over of morphia chlorate of soda sponges sulphur or brimstone tar and pitch of wood tobacco stems spirits of and other personal effects not merchandise of persons arriv ing in the United States not exceeding fcoOO in value but not to include articles not actually in use and necessary and appro priate for tbe use of such persons for pres ent comfort and convenience or which aro intended for any other person or persons or for salo paintings in oil or water colors professional productions of a painter or artist and statuary and the professional productions of statuary or sculpture not otherwise specified Tho clause permitting the freo entry articles of growth produce or manufac ture of the United States after being exported Is amended by providing that it does not apply to articles which havo ad vanced in value or improved in condition while out of the country Tho paragraph docs not apply to any article upon which a drawback is made the reimportation o which is prohibited except upon payment OL duties equal to tho drawbacks allowed or to any article of manufacture bonded warehouse and exported Manufactured tobacco exported without payment of the internal revenue tax must pay tho tax De fore reimportation Among tho articles now free which the now bill places oa the dutiable list are Hides u percent ad valorem mica 35 per cent ad valorem aluminum manufactured or crude 35 per valorem straw per ton I A Japanese Enterprise CHICAGO March Totnonar a civil engineer of Japan is in this country in specting engineering enterprises with a view to their application to tho work a Japan ese syndicate backed by tho Government with preliminary capital for de velopment of tho coal mines in northern Tho intention is to export joal to San Francisco for racific Coast use success is assured KAIL WAY BUMBtES DISTRESS IN LOUISVILLE A Heavy Snow Falls on the Unpro tected People A WATER FAMINE IS THREATENED Ho says Salt Laee Eastern Due in Fart City Presentation to Toreiuan McPlxerson thft Union IVicUlc havo gone to Nephi to select grounds for a new depot Engineer BrJpgK is bnck from an dnsert tho woathor jiml tho soil down there in such shape that the contract ors cnn forgeright sunl cio rapid woric through to Pocntcllo Tho Salt Lake Eastern mad is fluo at Park City this evening and put on at an early ihiy Tins will bo a big saviiig of and distance over tho old route via Ogclcn When Marcus and is a most exullont whistle blew last HolluiR ono of the hands Great Damage to Property Far ther Reports of Loss of Liife in Convent 14 City of Paris iu Great Danger produced a suspicious looking package f lowed bv his fellow workmen who scorned uJ iviliuu could consijiornig lumptJiat dcnly came up in his it was a pleasant occasion and will long rnmembe NAMJ5S OF STATES macaroni or vermicilli and similar prepara tions 2 cents per pound eggs 5 cents per t0Since tho abstracts were sent a couple of weeks ago some changes have been made m the dutiable sections Some of these sue slight increases but more of them are de creases The schedule of earthenware and glassware is generally revised Among the other are tho following Glue from per pound to 30 per valorem according to value sulphur refined rolls SS per ton sublimated glycerine 1 cent per pound refined 4 cents 10 cents per gallon soda bicarbonate 1 cent per pound The schedule of metals allowspyrites containing more than 25 per cent of sulphur to enter free and prohibits allowing for moisture The other important changes in this schedule have already been noted Pen knives and pocket cutlery show sharp increase from 12 cents to S3 per dozo and 50 per cent ad valorem in tho wooden schedule timber is cut 50 per sawed pine boards reduced from S3 per thousand and a safe export duties on logs is pro vided to equal the excess iu that duty Sustar stands as already noted at do per cent below No 16 and 45 per cent above which amounts to a 50 per cent reduction onsome grades and more than that on above 56 degrees 25 per cent with safeguard against export duty Cigars cigarettes and cheroots and 25 A Human Curiosity WORCESTER March Francisco Chronicle There is a girl in this city who can sleep only with her body bent backward a circle and her feob cr6ssed under her chiu This may seem incredible but it is abso lutely true The giriis now 11 years When she she had ah attach of cercbro spinal meningitis which left her spineas lirnp as a piece of rope She can stand erect by taking hold of than her head She is of a Freneh Hying at 20 Central street Bismarck Honored BERMN March Bismarck re ceived 3000 citizens of Ham berg this Rafter noon Tonight there iqnor schedule is substantially as at present with the addition of effervescent Serai waters natural and imitatton which are dutiable at 25 cents and 50 cents per dozen according to size Cotton manufactures are practically as fixed in the Senate bill last Congress Cables cordage and twine of inanilU In cluding binding twine iy cents per pound On wool the duties are as already stated Under the silk schedule a bounty clause to operate ten years provides for ment of SI per pound on silk produced and in States and 7 cents per was a torch light and sole leather 20 per cent calf skins dressed 25 per cent kan garoo sheep and goat skins dressed per cent skins of morocco tanned but unfin ished 15 per cent gloves kid and leather inwhole or part inany stage offflanutac ture according to value and 30 per cent to 50 per cent Pianos 55 per An internal revenue provision abolishes all special tax upon dealers in leaf tobacco procession in honor of the exChancellor Extraordinary preparations aro being made for the celebration of his birthday to morrow Nolto made a spirited address eulo gizing tbo princeloir air be had done for the development aridhonor of Germany Bis marclc was greatly affected and made a short reply The applause of populace was deaf ening and long continued y dealers in tobacco bacco and cigars and peddlers All tions upon growers in regard to the sa e of tobacco are removed The tax on Joking and manufactured tobacco and snuffs De duced from 8 to 4 cents per pound Pro vision made for a rebate to held when the law goes Into effect Section 33 repeals all laws allowing distil lation of fermented liquors except in an authorized distillery and the law allow ing vapor in the manufac ture of vinegar Section 40 confers upon the producers of all sweet are also distillers the right to use wine spirits to fortify their wines except in May June and July each Great Sums Would Change Hands They Meet NEW YORK March Dispatch Francisco Chrohylc sporting editor of the speaking of the and I have justreceived ft lettot savs The sportijig men heru think i zreat cleiil parcel to Sasb the fight that vans failur to defeat Mitchellhas loosened him rcallv in thoEnglisli ftiitiniftfipn Australia1 Jackson has bu t as Sullivan andis a colony country ho in moneyill The Water Shut Off fxom and Life Endanffered Ecckless stiupidityon the partbf soroeone endangered the lijes of many citizens nit ht and the fault lies with of the CitytAVaterworks Without a word of warning the supply of w and the thatjthe night1 engineers had of the vf the lowering pfthev water hewsipaper t3ie steanihested hotels the steam iiud dozens of vmanu wereall Icf their safety lance of the employees corifldehcean the latter was we makes 152 closely printed pages SOUTH WAHINGTQN March Dis patchSan Francisco The delegates fromthe Argentine Republic to the International American Conference had agreeu to pay 17 per cent of the cost of securing a fast mail service between NeVYork and Buenos Ayres provided the would pay GO per cent and percent butwhen that the duty on carpet wools had been in creased by the Committee prif the United States dele catesthat their country would not adhere passed as reported from the they will officiallywithdraw from the steamship prop bsltioh and permit the United to pay the cwhole of Origin of the Titles Chosen and Their Meaning combination of Indian words Here wo Kansas with tho French prefix a bow mentioned iu tho writ ings of Bernard do Costello an officer who served under Cortes in the conquest ot Mexico The name ispossibly derived from tho Spanish word calif a caliph the Spanish word signify JOB red orcolored probably suggested by tbe color of the soil in certain scolJons tho Indian term Quln nitukut meaning Tho long river Lord Be la Ware or Delaware Governor of wuo entered tho bay of Delaware hvl10 Florida which signifies theflowery was named by under Ponce do Leon in allusion aspect of the coun try because it was visited by them on Pascua Florida or Easter Sunday Georgia was named in honor of George of Illinois takes its name from river AccordingtoAlbert Gallatln the termis derived from the word leho lini or illini meaning real or superior men the termination being French Indiana is named from tho ndians the State having been tbe scene of many ana varied experiences with the red men Iowa is from theIndian term meaning the beautiful Another definition is the drowsy or sleepy Kansas Is the name of a tribe of Indians of 1bo Dakota family an oil shoot of tbo The word is defined as smoky water also asgood Kentucky tho Indian term meaning the dark and bloooy Another authoritysays the State is named after u phrase signifying at tbe head of a Louisiana was named by tbo French in 1662 in honor of Louis XIV of France Maine is supposed to have been named by French settlers after tho ancient Province of Maine in France Maryland was first called J in the charter for tbo colony it was d Terra Marina Marys Land In of Henrietta Maria Queen of Massachusetts is named after a tribe of Indians of the great Algonquin stock It signifies about the great hills Michigan appears to have received its name from the Chlppewa words mitch great spwgyegan lake Tho tit e was once applied to the two lakes Michigan an Indian term meaning cloudy Mississippi is called af river bearing the same riaroe The title comes from the Indian words micbesepe translated by some as Great and by others as Great Father of Missouriisnamedafter the Missouri river The signification of the term is Mud Montana from mont or monte meaning hill Nebraska Is an Indian term signifying water or shallow Nevada Is from the Spanish and signifies white with North Carolina was named in honor of Charles II of England the feminine form of Charles in various languages being NeV Hampshire After the County ot Hampsire in England New Jersey in 1620 was claimed by tne Dutch as partof New Netherlands New Afterward it was named New Tergey by Lord Berkeley and Sir George Carteret The name was chosen in honor or the latter who iiac been Governor of tho Island of Jersey and held it for King Charles in his contest 1 New York was first called New Nether lands by the Government ofHolland on ac count of discoveries in iGOOby Henry Hud son who was in the employ the Dutch Bast India Company Subsequently it was named New York after tbe Duke of York who received charter of iand m 1664 from his brother Charles II of Eng after an Indian tribe of the same name Ohio is an Indian word signifimg Oregon signifiesivEiyer of the Ac cording to others it is from the Spanish word oregano or wild marjoram LOUISVILLE March has been snow Ing since early last evening which has greatly damaged goods in tho tobacco dis trict A water famine in seri ous earnest The river is such a high stage that the injuries to the pumping sta tion cannot be repaired Tho river 3s still rising As long as tho flood continues noth ing can bo done President Long estimates that tho reservoirs barely hold a three days supply The last of tho dead are beiug laid away today A GLOOMY With four inches of watersoaked snow slowly melting tho situation in tho devas tated district has been gloomy today and many pcoplo tonight aro broken in spirit though thoir physical wants aro supplied Most of the streets in the district are ankle deep in mud und water Tho worst result of the wet is not sj much in tho additional injury to property as in tho suffering to tho unprotected people Scores of families aro protected only by hastilyputup boards or canvass and they are wet and cold There is plemy of food however and rho relief committee and agents are striving in every way to supply proper protection from tho weather for all Tho heavy snow has greatly retarded repairs in tho residence district and a vast quantity of household goods today has been partially or wholly spoiled ny the wet Tho tobacco warehouses aro pretty well protected and it is not thought that thoir loss will be serious Mayor Jacobs in an interview this even ing said he was satisfied the number of those killed outright and those who will dio from wounds will not reach 150 t Threo Russian Jews were arrested last night while fieUing fire demolished store on Market street in the midst of the shattered district The follows will bo se verely dealt with Besides this there havo been but criminal attempts smco tho storm Mrs Barnwell whoso husband the rector oC St Johns Church and wti were killed was robbed of all her jewelry and money and even tho her dead husband was not respected his gold watch being taken from his pocket TBK DEAD AND WOUKD5CD A late special from Henderson Ky says tbe total of killed in Webster county Is forty ind of wounded eighty nearly all in the poor section known us Blackford A relief corps has gone from Henderson In Louisville tho total number so far is ninetythree and ot wounded 150 Ot the latter Twtweon twenty and thirty expected to live and possibly morethan that number will eventually succumb A CONVENT UtJRNT March fire broke out at 0 oclock this evening in St s Catholic Convent and the and contents wero burned Sister Blanker finding escape cut off jumped from the fourthstory window and sustained fatal injuries Two young candidates Koso Minet and Mary Werener jumped irom thirdstory window and were seriously inlured Two firemen wore also badly hurt by falling walls All other inmates nearly seventy in number styled honor succeeded in getting out safely nnflerthe guidance of the sisters who prevented many young girls from throwing themselves fromthe windows In their fright Loss insurance THB CITr OF PARIS IN DANGER QOTEKSTOWN March stern of th Citv of Paris is deeply sunk andthe bows are high out of the water The steam pumps aro at work but are hardly gainiug on the water flowing in The Avater is gaining on the pumps and It may be necessary to beach her to save tho cargo LONDON March It is reported to night that the water Is gaining City of Additional pumps will be put In beaching will be resorted as a Ust resort as it is feared it won 1J tireak her back TEKEITOKIAI Asvlum Agricultural o beau and Reform Schoo A meeting of the old board of directors the Insane Asylum was heldat Prpvo yes terday and after transacting some business adiourned sine die Then the new board met and organized by electing George Sutherland president There were present of ooard Charles E Allen Dr Oarnaban and Judge Shurtleffof Ogdcn Phjl T Farasworth of Beaver Hugh M Dougall otSpringville and Judge Dusenberry of Provo The board appointed committees and proceeded to make all the arrangements necessary for build ing as soon as possible AGniCULTORAT A meeting of the old board of trustees of tlic College was held at Logan oa Saturday last After the business of the old board anadjournment had sine die The new board immediately T S McCorniok Molvin Salt Lake county 3 LHammond of Cache of Wober county and John E mies LI Brown of Utah county W S McCor nick was elected president A professor of cheraLstry and of horticul ture Vere elected They are two gentlemen who come one from New and Arkansas and are very highly recpm which t Dis crows abundantly on the Paciiic coa Pennsylvania a the AVmiam Penn and sylvia wood origrovc1 Rhode called for its supposed resemblance to the Islandof Khodes Tennessee Is from Tannassee the Indian name of thec Little Tennessee river meaning of the Big Texashas been said but best authorities the i generictitle of i numerous tribes of IDV dianswhonnhabited the i region whenDe la s a UtTb boy formerly of Coalvillc but now connected Galesville Agricultural College superintendent of the farm connectedv with the college Is a so spoken of very h jghly by the Galesville college faculty The work will be at oncecommenced to erect the new buildings for the college nEFOBM scnoor A meeting of the old board of directorsLOi the Reform School held at Ogden yes All the business rlth the old board was attended to and taken sine die The members board will on Saturday next at Ogden There arenow twentyfour Reform School fourgirls and chUdlriembyef boardv td bub Vermont is laamedafter the Green moun of the virgin iQiieen of v x J iqff f romirginia as CHICAGO March The elation of General return frcms this evening theirs return of Tha   

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