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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - April 2, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                If you want Houses Booms or Servants patronize the Want Columns of The Tribune The total circulation of The Tribune last week war over VOL 149 SALT LAKE CIT1T UTAH MOBING APKIL 3 1890 PRICE FIYE CENTS NEWS FROM THE CAPITAL Senator Stewart Introduces a Boer THE ANTICHINESE BILL AMENDED An Ocean PatrolSystem Demanded Ticket Scalpers Florida Norninfttions Oon Cuttle Dutiable The I rodneed snlJ April Stewart in bill regulating the inaruifac and importation of lager beer JSecrcontainin anything hops rnalt arid iitir in designated as adulterated beer Imposes taxes upon brewers and dealers iin lulu Iterated liiger beer with heavy penal for lilnre U license All packages con ini the iMvfiruge will be branded adulturatca AluIterated beer imported shall pay the duty lager beer MOKUOW lllLti AMBNOKO meeting of the Senate Committee on Con Mis bill for to Chinese residents on the MI of taut movement is a movement that needs npt only Liod words but good money to u Let nil of those who wish to enter this matter with heart arid inonev report at J Doves Wong Gong at the of the committee signs the document said to reporter I liavu bcvn livinK here American citizen sixteen vonrs and have lived like an alderman too When J wont to my full papers the other day the officials m the court laughed at mo and told me that if J had been born over lialri right here York if my parents ChinesB L could not become a got mad mi have been working hard ever since Id get vengeance Jf all the Chinese whose rights are denied them join me we can obtain what we WIGGINS ON THE TOUNADO H58 Prediction Said to Have Saved Canadian Shipping OTTAWA April San Francisco Chronicle the in Kentucky K Stone Wiggins says it was caused by tlie peculiar re lation of planets to the earth which rocked tho north Atlantic like tlio rocking of a shipin a storm is tree twas produced upon tho He tin sun and m motion but heavenly bodkM nnito v when other the former the with ill IIR A n amonflmrnt jnlces the provisions of the act uppy who refuse to glvo Information rwinlrtil y ihicmiHis flmiiiurratorfl and who Khali fall 01 r to obtain certificates of Identi pro vided for IJV another nmeridrnent Cliineno mer fniuilrt loiirlritf and are exempted from ihf nponitionK of the iujt provided thoy havo uie rfmiinid by the of Inly IHSI An additional Motion a nwidtinl wlid falls in obtain HIM required oortllloatn of Idiiiiillloitlciti to irove ilv oompetont testimony M right to ono which Isliin sole evldeuco of bo im lawfully in the United States It is in ado a inlsclfiiMMinor for ucensuK enumerator to wilfully murieot nr refuse to give the recjiurijd ccrluiouto JnltHpreMiiit shape tho hill is wholly uuuccopt ublo to the Tim TIOKKT rilOTEST Tho Nationnl Tickot Brokers Association to day presented to the House on Com merce a vigorous protest against the pusfuigo of linkers amendments to the ntcrStute not pro hibiting the sale or transfer by any person ex cept a regularly tickot agent of ruil rrVwl Thty hold that proposition vould result in higher railroad rates to tho pub lic A IIYHTKM OK OCJKAN Ccnrosfiiliiitivd Turner today introduced a pro iblr and loint nsoluMon for better nrotoctlon human life on the Atlantic ocean it calls at to th recent uccident of furls tho rivalry When however the sun and moon happen to on I he equator and moving northward this current i upon the continent and norlh ern iiidl sou I hern currenis uiiiled over Nova Scotia without breaking into cyclones Ihere would be a tidal wave along emwt of New To Wiinss pre of Ibis great storm is to be due the lhat not a ingie Uanadian vessel was lost all being i harbor THE 5RIMINAL RECORD WATER WATES EVERYWHERE Except atlonisvillo Where a Famine is Threatened DISTRESS IN FLOODED DISTRICTS People Starving on HouseTops and in Only Enough WjUtcr ibr TJirce villc Needs Help pornnce in tho army and navy and shall do oventhins in my power in the good work Lsim not prepared to admit that the soldiers of our army are more inUmpenUe lunn other classes ol men Jf a soldier is drunk his very uniform make it noticeable and we may do them as v class injustice Certainly the more I see of uiu soldiers of our army the greater respect I have for CONGBESSIONAlT PROCEEDINGS The ST Lours April as to the slate or affairs inlhelloodeil Laconia Circle sec tion of coiuijtry between Helena and Arkansas City lyiug between the Mississippi and the White rivers1 is to the effect that the people have been on the tops of their houses and clinging to trees for a week of them nre nearly starved to death Many of their cattle which placed on platforms were washed away and drowned The of Helena sent the steamer Houston Coombs down Thursday to aid the people over the whole circle in skillsand transferred the jpeonle from the trees and roofsto1 he gin houset which are oncrallv large andsubsltintiiil A 111 the houses are pncked vith in sortie ol them The Coombs1 brought out iid of stock arriving nl Wlun the Coombs Fortification Bill Idaho Bill WASHINGTON April the Senate tho Jlousebill authorizing the Mississippi River Com mission so purchase or hire such boats are im mediately necessary to rescue the inhabitants of ovcrllowcd districts was laid before the Scnato and passed immediately Among the billsreported and placed on the alendar were the following The Senate bill i reeling the Secretary of Agriculture to cause to c made all necessary iiold examinations surveys nd in reference to irrigation yerllow waters between 07 degrees west iougu mle und the foot hills of the eastern slope o c Rocky mountains the House bill to amend c law in relation to Chinese residents hen the Scnato piocoedud to executive bnsi css When the doors opened the bouate djourncci House N April IToueo Committee Judiciary reported a resolution reciting that t alleged by tho A ttorneyGenernl that in many States District Courts the practice of sus Miding sentence in criminal cases prevails with lit warrant of law that in some parts of the on H try United States district attorneys mar THE CITY OFFICES FILLED By tlie Council Last Sight Sot in OIIK TOWN to the between IomiiotliiK1 f smnmshlpH is so keen that of safety and IWJHI humanitj are often losl night of holds that hotter protec tion lo human llfnaiul property can ho atlordod by a fiVHtom of oooan patrol than by any iriojuis such Hystein of ocean patrol must neoes siirlly be maintained different nations nnrl lustrums tho President to comimmicato with the foreign powers In tranHAtlaiitlc travel with V vlow to eeonrinn tlmlr coopera tion in the establishment of an cJlioient system of ocean patrol MUST IAY VOXIAWNBK LANDS 1erkhiH from tho CowmUtuo on Indian A ffnlrs reported bill wrovlcllnK thai all pur on tho iawnntt iiunan rusorvatlon in iariKor Murderer of Jiltfht Women A Muvder mid ConHpiriitors Son tM Nobmska who may be In default of paymont un der the of the not of April bo to THftkwJiiU pr pftyraontthorofor within rniure to THftw twrt from tho piwwiRO of and any In default sixty dayft thnroaftor shall for foit tho to tho lands purcnasod and to any and nil K8TUAY The of customs at Fort ISonton Moti In formed tho Jroasury Dopartmont thai liirf nunihorof foreign cattle straywl In tho Hs triotTrom Hrltlsh Amerloa about threo yoars niyo and have nmalnod over Mnoo asks whether thcv are liable to duty Assistant Swjorutary TUJlionor replied thai thu increase In of animals may have naturally po w arrival In the am liable of domestic production tho N April San lranciftco Chronicle Jeromo Baker and his son Charles wore employed on the farm of a Mr Htuui on tho outstkirts of tliifi place of thorn Jippearod at Mr Umins yester day morning and thiscircumstuiico being thought strange at In the afternoon Mr Hunii went thuir home On opening thv door he found tho body of the older Hakor half dressed andpartly covered with lying on the lloor with his throat cut from ear to ear the head nearly severed some of the neighbors and made a further examination In a room adjoin ing Um one lu which the body of Jerome linker was found Hie searohers found Charles Baker In bud aft loop fully dressed lie was aroused with ililliculty Thore were several small gashes on the left side of bis neck In reply to questions he aid lift ot up at about 10 oclock in the morn Ing and found his father lying near him with his throat out Ue made no explanation of his Jail ure to wive an alarm Two bloodstained rotors wore found m the bouse Young Baker was arrested and lodged in jail at Cortiand Jerome Baker was about b voiirs old A yoars ago ho was worth ill of which ho lost through speculations 11AXICKU United States Grand Jury thin morning returned mi IndlcLinontagalnst J 1 Claawun for oiiibuzzlo muntof the funds of tho Sixth Bank und milking ontrios 1 CONiUlllATOKS SENTENCED pESTii April ago a conspiracy lo defraud a lottery company al Tonvrvar urv wasentered tiilo by several persons in cUullngtWoolllcerK of the company The con finlnitors succeodixl in drawing a prize of I llorlns but were detected awl arrested Lhe trial has lust and resulted in tho conviction of Farkus the holder of the ticket which draw the and Puespocky of domestc prouction o Tnuls which strayed across tho border uru properly subject to duty Following Is tho public debt statement March 31 st Jntorestboaring debt debt on which Intcrtst has ceased slnoo maturity principal und Interest Total debt bearing no interest Total Trinoipa Intorcit Total less available cash items n t itit i tk In P V i j J Mi CUM H l CLPV iiTO Debt loss cash lu Treasury April 1st Jobt loss cash in Treasury Mtiroh 1st Booreaso of debt hiring Deuroasn of debt since Jsino iO 1KS9 Total cash in Treasury as shown by gonoral IlEMBV ITOK UNITED STATES Thosubcommlttoo has reported to tho TTouso ludiolarv a bill which will bo ixvfootccl i dotsitl and reported to tlioHousp tho Intoiition of which is to relieve tho United States Supreme and Circuit Courts lu a measure It proposes to Increase tho Circuit Courts by addition of one jtulge In ouch circuit FLORIDA NOMINATIONS CONPtKSVRD Tho Senate disposed of the nominations of ludgo Swaluo and Attorney nor thorn district of Florida today after an executive ses sion of live and a halt hours They woro con ilrmid by a strict party vote The nomination of jIlKoll to bo still before tho Judiciary Committee AN INSANE POMMCIAff the ItesuHs of a Boating Jlocoivocl at Chictiijo Piiuiarlcs CIHCAOO April Francisco Chronicle IF Collie wellknown local attorney and poli tician was sent to Kankakoo Asylum lust fftll as an insane person His friends claimed his Insanity was the result of a boating he received at tho hands ot some toughs at the primaries the spring before Ho had about HXV XX worth of property whloh he had mortgaged heavily nnd was squandering money right and left iTo romnlnnd in Kankokoe until a month nuo when ho was discharged apparontly per fect Iv sane A tow days ago ho started on ft est to Joseph Loavonworth und Kansas City While on this crip hi mental developed again At hoavouwortn oe acted in a very peculiar manner and at Kansas City Saturdivv ho wont behind this scenes in a Mieator and nuido such a tlmo that ho was nearly shot His friends shipped him back to Chicago and tbis afternoon in spito of vigorous protests on his part ho wasbrought into the county found insane by a jury and taken back to Kankakeo oirthe evening train His wife his insanity developed again sooti after his release being marked tlrst by a purchase of worth of neckwear A CHINESE CAMPAIGN The Denizens of Mott Street Want a Chance to Vote Nsw April big poster on tho bill board in front of JO Mott street containsthe Jo lowing in Chinese characters AVe tho undersigned committee respectfully inform you that tho principal causo of our con tinuedpersecution by the races who differ from us in civilization and language is tho fact that we bavo no votingpowor that power having been unjustly denied us by reason of partisan tion thfough politicalrascftlitios This unjust legislation against us has been discovered by us rcotmtly to bouncoHstitutional and it is our sin core that such unjust dealings with i the Chinese represent tho truo senthnouts of tho blueblooded Americans We now desire our follow countrymen to unite with effort to prosout our many grievances in a proper manner before the American people This iinpor I il V 1 und Collector Hereto to thcoo yoars nupnsou mo nt A FAMTIA Ton April The grand jury this nf brouKh t in twon tyfouu ind ictmuuls against Itenjnmin Vullen oxcity tegister of iiWM Ho has disap iieared Pullcu a brother of exSecretary Pul len now on trial for tho and lar ceny of u largo flllco tho citys funds JtUUDKH SU1CID13 DAVTON Wash April Ilcnry Sanders 10 years of ago shot and Instantly ttllocl 18 and blow his own brains out because she refused his attentions A11CKEll A DHFAULTEll April special legislative committee to InvestlgaUs the accounts of Treasu rer Arohor havo drawn up a paper informing Governor Jackson that them is sulllcient proof that tho Treasurer is a defaulter They leave the casn to tho Governor for action against Archer for walfeasanco Treasurer Archor3 son came to tho Governor s omco today and handed in his resignation It was by a statement from Archor that ho is personally responsible fornny shortage that no blame attaches to any of his subordi nates The Governor was not at his olllce today ttud it IK not known what action ho will taico DEATHS AT A DANCE CuAnwssTOX W April gonoral row occurred among a lot of negro minors Caper town while at a dance early this morning Howard Earnest William G Loo and Ducrico were killed and others injured bcvural arrosts wore made 3TARTLKJ THE IASSKNOKKB April a passoiigor tnln on tho St Paul road east from Mount Carroll this morning tho door of a crowded coach was Hung open and hall a mon with drawn re volvers ontwrwl Tho leader cried out Throw up youv The passengers were panic stricken fearing train robbers The men proved to bo tho sheriff of Mount Carroll and a posso wlio had located a couple of notorious safe blowers In tho oar The mon were seixod liand oulTcd aud tiilcon back lo Mount Carroll JIB JIAUniED A WIDOW KKW YOBK April Marks a commis sion merchant and silk importer committed suicide today Ho married Otta Keusoly a widow with one child last fall and had trouble with her A 310NSTKR ItAMOEB April man convicted of the murder of eight women was hanged today in limitary llo exhibited great coward ice on tho scaffold Presents for the Prince Buiiiax April was tho seventyfifth annivorsary ol the birth of Bismarck The railways to Iho station of Freidrichsruho were almost blocked by the enormous number of presents arriving for tho prince During thP received a number of congratulatory telegrams spent the day quietly with his family In tho eveui After the prooeossiou last night Horr Wooumn in tho course of a conversation expressed the hope that the prince would not be altogether n stranger to politic and Hint ho would still take part In fcho rtobaiosin tho Reichstag To this lUsmivrok iiuulo anftcquiescont roply Twelve hundred railroad mew formed a toroh licht procession tonight and marched to Bismarcks residence whore tho exChancel lor was soranaded with patriotic songs After thanking his visitors the Prince walked tho entire length of tho procession and was erected with doafaning cheers Ho evinced con siderable motion and was obliged to wipe away the tears which stood In his eyes Ins speechis ricardod us proof of keen and unimpaired intoli cotice nnd marvelous memory A handsome por trait of Emperor yilltam was a hand some pipe and autograph The Garfleld Memorial April Hayes and tho secretary of tbo Gartiold Memorial Associa tion have issued an address stating that the me morial structure in thiscitywill be dedicated May SOth next and invitlug all organized bodies in tho military Masonic and civic aijd exsoldiers and citizens participate in tho ceremonies arc being effected with tlio railroad companies for reduced ratos Qf faro Hugh Collender IeaI YORK April W Calender of tho JlrunswiekCollemlor Billiard Table Mauu fftcturiug Company1 died this mbruiug 0 people and 110 yesterday came out1 the steamer 1 IJ 1 I IIII FI i v going down it is thought limy can bring out all ithjii remaining stock and as many peiiplo as go away Many of the planters are utterly ruined TUB SITUATION Louis vi April Tho work of relieving the Kiilterers by the torjuido is proceeding sys tcmaticalh The contributions continue liberal Jhe work of restoring order in the devastated district is progressing steadily The removal of debris n tJinlis CHy Hall is and there are probably no more bodies in the ruins Jhe chief danger now is from it water Jaimne Kven at reduced consumption only three days mplv is leftaml there it noimnljediate prospnct more owing to the wretched condition of the pumping works IThe HUH came out bright Mills morinng and has heim Bhiuing nil day Tho ruins illrkd oil rapidly and the work of repairing the damage by tho tor nado has gone forward energetically VVal s nre golniipand roofs on every hand Lhe work of relief is now proceeding systomati callv The clearing of tho streets of wreckage was begun todav A temporary mechanism has boon constructed by which it is hoped the water reservoir can be supplied Tho health officers fear a rent increase in disease as a result of tho lack 7f water to lluslv out the coiMiections in case there should be a famine sower water Out of about eighty houses destroyed by tho tormulo In Jelfersonville the owners or four fifths of them are poor people whose little Homes were their only possessions All the homeless liivebcen ivon shelter but tho situation over there is much underestimated and hoi p there is needed In the block botwcon Market Iront Mulberry and Fort streets nearly evory house was ruined and most of the inmates lost all ex cept the clothingthey lor Joffersonvillo are comingin slowly Tin CITY OF OUT OUBHNSTOWN April divers Jlnd that the broken machinery punched a noJo in tne bottom of tho City of The leaks have been stopped to a groat extent and tho water pumped out so the steamer is up to her usual draught She will be towed to Liverpool to April Thn agents of the Jnmah lino telegraph from Queenstown as follows The Hooded compartments of the City or Paris are all pumped dry A close exami shows the bottom ofthoVoRsel uninjured and all bulkheads arc sound except those m engine room which were somewhat damaged from the pounding ofthe broken ma chinery The port engines are in working con dition and tho steamer will leave Qucenstown for Liverpool tonighi under her own steam In our judgment tho vessel was1 throughout per fectly safe and everything she would ed to lloal indellnitcly as she was risk after tho have continu without submersion or original disaster VKHY PAMT AT April situatiosi has hunn very hern the past twentyfour hours Jhe heavy rains of last night and today rundo things in addition to the oncroncb incnt of backwator in the northern portion of the ciity Lhu has not spread much since last nighl is now Ihnving ovyr tho ablv iho eastern break is however lotting out a rroat quantity of water which is fast spreading over tin1 easternportion of tho country and in some places it is quite deep Today the mayor appointed a committeeto look after and care foi those in distress in portions of the U The Cotton Kxchange sent a report to the Associated that the condition here is not as bad would seem to be to the outside world Should tho Mlood pass oil m thirty days agood bo made which has been the case in nearly allcases of overflow THE CATHOtilOS ATTACKED Tho Uonuitx Church a Menace to American CHICAGO April GKrontele history of freedom is largely a record of emancipation froir the control of the Catholic church It is a polit cal church by nature history and policy and t menace to Amoribah It is impossible for a person to be riloyal American and a true moro lie is1 ono iho Jess ho is Such were the sentiineufcs of Dr Sheppard delivered Ijeforo the regular meeting of the Methodist paper was lengthy and fully covered otic side ol tho discussion Ainoug other things he said Ihc very existence of a compactreligious body o itude if not polism in religion The Pope coininands th people obey dictate the laipty iieye Romanism isan exotic on American 5011 Us ranks are diminishing with tbo rising genera lion and in this positioirwe lindit the public educationalsystem of this country We would per for open war to the Indian of lighting in AND CQKBETT The Bostoniaii Williiiic to Meet the NEW Francisco Jim Corbett the Caiiforniaiiwhodefeated Jako Kilrain ii Now Orleans arrived city he was to liny boon mot by Jack manager Illness prevented this and was com pellet to leave the lie has returned said yes terday to a Star reporter regret 1 no told when he or where and then too vl had to go Youmay sny that Sulli vnn is Gorbett in a stated mimbc of rounds receipts and an outside is a chance for Corbett if b chooses to take I understand h tomorrow If Borbctt accept th match as can nnd me at 4n Lroad way Nslien the whole matter oui lie Id not propose to one wpr to reflect Isimply propositioi that if Corbett is champion will mee him in a limitfrd nuniborof v NEW local paper says it is pracbically that Jon L Sullivan CorbUoi San will meet in a fpurrfomidloyo abou tlireoweeks the Soldier WASHINGTON raee ing in Secretixry lowihg is with sideration therefor he will xiy into thn city treasury in cash within ninety days hereinafttr provided whnt evor tne value of said waterworks shall IH deiormiiKd to be as follows Tbft undersigned to select a n engineer and the city ongnuor wlio shall of said and frnn nuil in disagree llitin the two shall a third nnd whfttKver agrooa upon by tho board shall be binding upon the cny and oursHvos and shall be paid within ninety A file with the to the city money agrved At the citv to haivc thn right or davs thereafter will citv a bond guaranteeing payment of upon as tlu purenuse price end of llfty years Tlie House wont into Committee of the Whole nthe Fort ideation Appropriation On motion of Cheadle and after some nont an innendmenl uloptid providing that he board created to inquire into the lacihties tor rodnuinff steel forgiugpfor highpowor gnns hall inquiries to tho Indianapolis Thecomjnittco thenrose and the bill passed vithout division the amount appropriated being WS National Zoological Park providing or a park in theDistrict of Columbia was The Naval Appro jrifition bill was reported uulphicijcl resolution WHS adopted that the IdahoAd nission bill be nuarle the special order for tonior ow and Thtirsdaiy the previous question to be ordered al 3 oclock Thursday The death of Wilbor was then xnnounced and the House adjourned GKEEN AND THE A LIBERAL SALARY LIST FIXED An Offer to Buy the Pembroke Wants the Warm Springs Car Lmio Repaired or Grading and PavinsKecoiumeuded The City Council transacted the following business lastovening VKTlTiOXS John et al asked for a bridge over the Ninth South street canal at First West street as the street souih of Ninth South is now un reachable Committee on Streets II et al asked for an o lee trio light cx so that Olivo street winch is back of Commercial street can get the benlltof it Com mittee on improvements R W Crane et al asked that the water main extension granted by the last Council on First West street between Sixth and Seventh South be ordered made Committee on Streets Elijah Sells ut al complained that block rfl plat was used for dumping purposes and thai the ensuing stench was dangerous to health Committee on Sanitation 1 C Mackoy and seventyfive others asked that the city unite with iho county in graveling the old Uedwood road Committee on btroets John W Young asked damages because the new line of 1 he city canal ran through his lands Canal Committee a H Pembroke given leave to pile building material at Twentysecond North aud Iwenty seviinth West streets for sixty days Siirvoyer re Rail near nurohnsiiiii the plant And waterworks by paying the value of tho same as it shall then appear upon a reiwri of a board of arbitrators selected as aforesaid We will agroe to at once begin and rapidlv us work can be prosecuted wrt will cxprnd sulllcient money to improve auwls and water supply that the supply shall exceed Uiu demand for water in the city o will main tain all of tho waterworks and canals in good order aud repair and will furnish water to tho citizens it a price noi exceeding tho present rates for water This if accepted will secure to tlic citizens an ample supply of pure water wUh ut usiiiK the tax receipt and without increasing 10 personal waier rents It will result in the out the per Committee on needed municipal improvements on Waterworks IETITIOXS Atlhis juncture the noodgateof potKions opened train L C Trent petitioned to hayo Stale opened up to Capitol Hill Commit tee on Public Grounds and City Knginoer BALLOTS IN FAIR HANDS The Women of Kansas Arrayed Against the Men RETURNS FROM LOCAL ELECTIONS Peck Elected Mayor of Mil waukee by a Handsome Tlie Churches in MUcxl Result iix Chicago and City Peculiar and Significant Circum stances in the Case LONDON April DIsputchSan Francisco Chronicle and Mrs McCrcft arc at outs Mrs MoCrea is constantly veepjng She keeps to her room and now sees icr mistake and laments her broken life and cliaracter Green is silent sullen and walks about the Savoy Hotel taking odd drinks and muttering to himself Being approached by i reporter Green begged him not to wire tbis to He said hound miule their beds and so 4hoy must lie on them It is certain that a serious quarrel hasarisen between tho pair and each reproaches the other A further mysteryIs tho motiborly ild woman who tho character oi a sleeps in Mrs McCrcafi doctor isin rocuhir mysterious pnrcels kept ar rivW last night and Mrs MoCreaS voice was conunually heard Green is refused admission lq Ins Biles he hotel clerks refuse to talc Greon cranhiivTtohis relations in Amenca trying to Mrs McCrea Is doing the same thing It is probable that Gneen will return to America immediately and Mif MoCioa as soon as she is snillciontly THE SECRET OF LOVE IT IS IN GUJ3AT DEMAND BY MAIDS AND WIDOWS Damsels Young and Spinsters Old Who Arc Willing to be JKodUairod Girl Yearns j The Street Supervisor ported that the elevated bnd of the btroet way Compunv on First Soiirth street CoinmorcUl street was in a line wilh tho estab Vlshed grnde Thoy recommenced the grade be Hiestablished and thai all the stnssi grades bo given a hauling over Adopted The Sealer of W eights and Measures filed a re riort for tho period between September 30 IboJ silnd March IS The Street Supervisor reported tho expendi tures Cor part of the imirterending March aistat OnMiv Jamess motion it was decided to liere aftor refer all bills and Onancial reports to tho Finance Committee for auditing The City Attorney recoinmenctoa that li Kahlerbu given i quit claim deed to land in lotI block 78 plat also that the time lor the Rapid Transit Company to fllft briefs showing why the Street Kail road Company should uotbe allowed to occupy State street be extended to Friday next Adopted The Committee on Streets recommended on the petition of G S Holmes et al to abolish the dumping grounds by the river that the Marshal see that no more garbage manure or refine be clumped on or along the streets of the city Adopted Jones and others protested against grnntinc Saloon Sullivan a hcenso tofiBllliqnoronlotl block 81 A as peti tioners didnt want likes of him or his gang around there Committee on Licenses TO FOKFB1T WAUSJ SIKINOS CAK LINK Mr Pembroke introduced a calling upon the Mayor to give the Strop t Railrrtiid Com njuiy sixtv days to repair their Springs linV roadbod or else forfeit the same to tho city Committee on Streets JM103UNG INTO TUK COST leoommcnded that tho lands which the Utah Lime Company wished to purchase be advertised Tor sale and that bids be opened before the in two weeks The Committee on Streets recommended tlmt the houses in City Creek canyon owned by tlie city be advertised for rental Adopted Lhe Committee on Public Grounds recom mended that the matter of the lease of Washing ton Square to the Cycling Club be tabled AJMie Committee on Waterworks recommended N April TntnUKJ San Francisco Chronicle A peculitir and laughable case has just ended in tho United States Court now in session in James Gregory was on trial charged with using tho United States mails for fraudulent Ho had advertised a proscription that would win anyones love A lawyer in Pottsville wrote for directions and received in roply a letter in which were the following passages By following my ms ruc tions You can gain a womans love as in church or on tlio street as by a long courtship 1C a person is your bitter enemy you can operate my treatment with as equal success as if she were vonr best frlond and win her Either sex can follow out with success ray n Gregory had received thousands of letters Irom all over the country Alady from Boston writes I have longed to bo loved tor twenty but ns yet cannot II nd the secret I would give any thing if I could get a mini to love me young woman from New Orleans says I am 18 years old and am passionately m love with George Francis Train Tell mo how I am to win From California comes the I want1 some one I don care who he is to am red haired and live on a California secret wiig was received from a TJtica I llml after many years of reflection that I would like to gain the love of a moe clean old man I am 42 years old a widow and have my eye on a wealthy oldbachelor oiiiokor you send me the secret of love the better lor I ainburning with a desire to enter tho married state W your secret is will rccevc if not then I am lost Delay not for I hourly expect yotir r A Vnssar girl says ani a young and do not know what love is I wiling to make it a study I want your aid and The jury failed to agree A DAY ON THE being for household purposes only and referred to the bupenntonden of Waterworks for estimates also that the petition of S Hyde for private water service be not gran ted as iniiins would bo sborUy ex wnded their way also that the petition of iino K Morris for relictbo not granted Adopted fiUAJHUG ANJJ PAVING The Committee on Improvements reported as followsWe vour committee to whom were re ferred the petition of Messrs Lowe Kelscy A Glllespio and others for thegrading and pay ing of sidewalks on certain streets rcoommenoVUmt granted and the following named streets constitute Paving District jso i Hast side of East Temple street from North Temple street to First North street and irom oth sides from First East from First From East Temple to Seventh East street And the following streets constitute District street both from West Temple street to Third West street for the city to bo o losse W FoxV nill of lor services was referred to Finance Committee 31ERKRKT HOSPITAL BJLL The bill of from tho Deseret Hospital for caro and attendance on Thomas who was broke up in pravel pits was re ferred to the Committee on Claims WATlilittAINSI WANTED A petition from George Hobbs nt al for exten sion of xvater mains on Third South street was roadand referred i CITY KNGINKKR The ordinance creating ofllco and prescrib ing the duties of City Kugineerwns passed the data of appclntnient being the lirst of Aoril and his bond being fixed at Die bil Is about the same as the Denver ordinance and will be printed in a day or two in luu TlllBUNE NO CITY SCAVENGER Tho ordinance to appoint a city scavenger was tabled 11TCALTU ORDINANCE Mr Pembroke called up the health ordinance but the rest of the council ghinctd at the clock and recoiled with horror from the proposition KO EXECUTIVE SESSION inc acainsl secret sesMonh tfon Counsel Morritt on be ng anpealed to read from the ordinance winch said Ihe City sit with onen doors and a iniincH shall sit with open rfco d of As Mayor Scott decided Mr Cohns motion out of order and the spectators returned KILLING T1SK CITY OFFICES The vacant City offices were filled as follows i Uogne Sitpervisor of Sealer of and CUy StxlonbxnM Dunne Gldff of Police Jailer xoung Wafer M Hnrvey Superintendent of If Man Assessor and Collector of Water I PouiidkfCper and Griffin Chiff Fire A Stanlon Citv F Ifiret South street both from West west womau that I would ThciAVashington Jockey CJub Starts Off Witli Fine WASUINGTON April being used farm for about ten years the old Eenriings race track was revived by the ncwlywgariized Wash ington Jockey Club with favorable respects for continuance and prosperty The weather to day was clear but so cold that the 2000 spectators councilmen were chilled The track was slow and Councilmen for each special meetin 8 Tornplo to Third West streets excluding block from Cllft House to Metropolitan Hotel and north side of the Old Fort block West Temple street both sides from South Templeto Sixth South streets East Temple street west side from Third to Seventh South streets XT tu East Temple street west side from JSorth Tern pie to First Northstreets First West street both sides from South Tem ple to Fourth South streets And we further recommend that tho btrect Supervisor be instructed to report to the Cuncil evening April 8th the following Totalnumber feet of sidewalk and of street C1EtSc cost of grading sidewalk and cross and of Sidewalk laid with the best cement ciflit feetwide consisting o cretc andinches of inches of con of ol cement A Estimate cost of crossings to consist of red sandstone nagging six feet wide oonnr Estimate cost of lumber and stakes Report There were four nays on nuns and when A M Grant was nominated Mr Kar rick caused a general surprise by putting up Ue vine iiicninst lum This Mr Andorson who protested against acting contrary lo the decision of the caucus False charges had been made against Mr Gran t It was said he was interested in public contracts which was not so UK cau cus nominee should be supported An attempt to vote by ballot was defeated and the vote by yeas and nays stood as follows Anderson Pickard Heath Pembroke Walstenholmc Armstrong Noble Cohn Karrick Lynn Jamas second bombshell was exploded when Mr Karrick nominated J L May for Pouivdkoeper instead of Griflln the ctiucus nominee ine vote stood as follows GrftfcjiSpairord Anderson Plckard Heath Wolstenholme Armstrong Noble Hall James g Colin Karrick Then Stan ton the caucus nominee for chici of tho fire department was put up Mr nominated in opposition Captain Grcei But only Mr Karrick supported Mr Hall There were no moro breaks after that AllUOPIUATIONS The Council made these appropriations Marshals fund Ucckwith for well engineers department of sewer construction Adjourned until Tuesday A KING FOR ENGLAND KUMOKS THAT VICTORIA WILL ABDI CATK THE THI103TE tiicenses recommended that the candy fruit stands be cleared off the streets as prayed for by Wisepmb Co ot al Tbe committee characterized as unfair to regular dealers the toleration of these uon liceused norent paying stands Adopted THE SALARY LIST The Finance Committee submitted the follow ing proposed salary list MTvor 400 fixed on his making return of assesinent Head clerk Assessor and Second clerk Assessor and Collector per The Prince of WaleB to bo Crowned Kinj of England and Emperor of Her TorEKA April woro in Kansas today in sixty cities of tho first vcond and thirdclass for councilman and mcm wrs of school boards In nearly all tho cities ho battlos was fought on purely local issues Thochiof interest attaching to the election vas the oxercisti of sutlrago by women At Mau intton two yoars ago they captured all tho city fllees uud had a ticket in llnld today prospects arc that tho women elected over tho thruo other tickots They had control the eloclion machinery having appointed vomen judges and clerks of election at all the jrociucts At Leaven worth tho women nominated a can lidatn for tbo council and for the school board in the Kcpublican Somothing over COO lion worn registered but uly hall of them vtMit to the polls Tho ran a straight nalo ticket and it was elected with tho oxccp ion of one councilman All women were de At Kmporia the women wore worked up to the pitch of political excitement over the of Mrs number of the school board The issue was on a imposition of the opposition to Mrs Jackson to tlio salaries of school teachers Mrs phi was Good salaries for goou Tho returns tonight indicate oor ro eloction At Topeka about 750 women woro regifitcrert nnd but HUlo ovor half of them voted Thoy bad 10 candidntcs in tho Hold and were not directly in the election The women of AtcViison had throe in the Hold on tho Democratic but they ivoro defeated and the straight Republican ticket was victorious Tho registration ot women throughout tlio State in cities of ho socmul and third olasseii gouernlly smaller rhan usual to tho lack of issues At Salina tho femaki suilragigU nominated a woman candidate for tho school board A colored woman was run by tbo ftnli jutfragists Tho sullragists woro defeated and the colored woman was elected by an ing majority KDTTOU OT5CK rilOnABLT BLRCTKD MILWAUKMB April hot contest is in pro gross over the city election Three tickets are in iho Democratic and Citizens Tho Lutherans and Catholios havo forced the ennett compulsory law into tho campaign Thov demand its repeal and will vote for no can didnto who does not agree with thenv a his aroused tho American and Protestant Oslo men ts ami they turned out on masse The indications tonight are thatGoorgeW PccK thu Democratic editor of Pectfs Sun has bcoii olcctod ovor Mayor Brown rcnomiuated by the Republicans There was also a third ticket m the field bended by N S Murphy the LaborCit izens1 candidate Many Democrats denounced the position of their party on the educational nw but voted for the party candidate on the ground that tho law was not an issue in thOrjnu nicipa contest The Lutheran and Catholics clergy wore very active in supporting the Demo craticcandidates who wcro pledged to thoror peal of the Bennett Jaw Jfull returns will bo Democrats elect Peck and tho en tire ticket by majority THE AT aclean sweep of all thu dfllces in the principal township elections today The Republicans previous ly had the north and south town offices In the recently annexed towns the Republicans main tained the load Tho result of the Aldcrmamo contest seems to have loft the City Counci tically unchanged tho Republicans hauling majority of three or four Tbo Democrats also made deemed gains among the aldermen The new city council will stand 44 Dcmocaats 31 Republicans 2 Independent Democrats aad 1 Independent Republican T1IE 5I1SSOU1C1 BIjBCTIONH KANSAS CITY April were held in many cities throughout Missouri today foi members of city councils and school boards Dispatches from various cities state the Austral ian system worked satisfaction ol tUo AN AUSTRIAN OUTRAGE heavv but in remarkably good condition con sldcring the heavy suow and TJUU storm which 1 prevailed throughout yesterday and most of last ivc furlongsVillage Maid won Onward second Bock third Time r Threovearolds and upwards six Shotoyer won Manhatten second Cornelia Twoyearold celts half cner Cortolanus tnira Time SS1 Handicap threeyearolds andupwards ono and oueipixteenth second Bess tnird Time Throcoearolds and upwards one Tim Murphy won liassaneo Elphin third Uptime taken El Rio Key j is that Key Rey is from tlie tSide Park reliable turfman stated that Eio was after his work El v Eio fever at track troubles T Wrapped up in uech cloths the to iho and treated lor throat CnioAGo April Trade officials infurtherance of lodsiy operators wouldbe allowed on the Tne Westerh Union will take out its instruments torepeai thcf The restaurants Deputy Recorder Typewriter aud office Collector of Assessor of Water Dog Corporation Assistant Corporation Assistant Jailer Inspector of Public Night Watchman at City Policemen first Supervisor of Water Assistants 5 Superiritenfient of Sewer 350 5 600 900 900 900 200 Engineer ofSewer Construction per month 200 Superintendent of Chief Engineer Fire Department Enineer steamer No 1 Engineer stea Engineer steamer men 40 Ouantntine City Surveyor WeYghmaster Police Justice LONDON April Francisco Chronicle is now stated or the highest official authority as well as being w matter of gossip in Parliament and at the clubs that Queen is seriously considering of abdicating the British throne The rewnt reception Prince of Walesby the Germim Emperor has had a great affect on the aged Ouiien who is now convinced thnt her son ought to have a chance to play the leading role in England during the rest of her life winch is cer tain to be short The Queens bodily infirmity is increasing and she is1 so rapidly running to llcsh that massage is necessarytoassist her breathing strong objection of the Queen to abdicating is the con of being called She wishes to assume the title of Queen Regent for the rest of her life A special bill will be introduced into Parliament willing to resign the actual throne and the Prince of Wales will be crownedKing ofEngland and Emperor of India The Queens daily food consists of tea ana toust in the chop stale bread and cocoa at uoou At 5 oclock an the afternoon she has tea and crackers Her dinner consists of clear soup underdone beef chicken salad and claret She is not allowedany or vegetables XX 900 500 900 report was There Were a number of other minor officials provided for in small amounts r into an oidihance B offered to pur the city cUyi JIUU She passes a quiet evening with Princess Beatrice andPrince Henry playing the piano singing playing cnbbage Poor BattenburjrTifids this after the Queen has retired for the night he sncaksout and smokes his lonely sea or drinks beer at a bar CITY OF via Galyestou JMpril is reported as probable that a deal be made JayGould for the CbaruJiarailroad The report is the railroad concession is now in European syndicate Another tumor haslt that Gouid wall establish a steamship line and Central Americaii ports v A Naturalized American Given Three Days to Lieavc the Country NEW YOIIK April izedrAmerican citizen who resided several years with an older brother who keeps a reg tauraiit in Santa Cruz vifiited his old home in Dalmatia Aastria in 1888 when his father His father left an estate of and bis mother being old and feeble asked Stephen to assume charge tho estate until it could be disposed of without sac riflco He remained until according to the story m the World the Government of gave him to leave the country He had his citizen papers and imssnort He claims thilt neither thoAmerican SZl at Treisfce nor MiniverGrant afforded him any satisfaction when he complained to them of his treatment As soon as he reaches Call ornia he will seek legal advico and without dfc lay bavo the oillcially called to the attention of Funeral of Archbishop Heiss MILWAUKKS April funeral services bver the remains of ArchbishopHeiss were held at St Johns Cathedral today with ness of ceremonial rarely witnessed in tbis coun try They were participated 5a by Cardinal Gib bons Archbishops Elder Fcchan and Ireland i dozen bishops and 150 priests The mass was mv ioiwdliy the Cardinal Sermons were preached iVshop Hennessy of Uubuoue Bishop Katzer of Green Bay in the priests anl dignitanes assemblea Win and took part in the which wns iwrticipated in by all the Catholic societies of tiic city The parade was aifibanded al Aliicliell street the remains with tne clergy coutinuing on to St The remains will bV in state at St Francis until ttfmonow after noon when they will be laidto rest forever Important Kailway Purchase NEW April jiunounceraent In made that the East Tennessee Virginia A Georgia Bailroad has contracted lor the purchaw of the Erlancer svstem comnming about 1SOO miles of roadfat alost of The maia object of the East lennessee company HI tb purchase is to make thrir line leading north and south a Tin starting from Oncmnatiand reach ing to Fla the Gull Shreveport New Orleans and Memphis Jules Simon on the Emperor BERLIN April National Paris correspondent telegraphs that Tales Simou of the French delegates to tbi labor conference was surprised at the extent of Emperor William knowledge He said The Emperor is ereatly He has been falsely represented to for months If the Hbor conference no jm modS practical result it ill be successful m SSe of sceptics It wilf be the signal for a new departure Prince introduced biawelt thus I am Bismarck Verdict Against the Copper Company Apri was l francs damages and the action toda of Gibbs WSonsVagamsf the Societo des J David Oneonta morning A Sick Czar T April dispatch from St Peters burg says the Czar has been attacked by sudden illness The suicide who left the letter was a naval cer who belonged to an family mx matter has bcenhu lied up TIM Two Monarchs WW1 Meet ST PETEnsBURG April l will be made for a mecUng between and the Czar during the coming sninnier Emperor will attend the raoneuvert of ther BIUK sian arm v i CHICAGO CiacinnaU ft   

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