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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - April 3, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                If yon want Houses Hooms or Servants patronize the Want Columns of The Tribune The total circulation of The Tribune lait week over VOL 150 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY MORNING 4JPBIL Makes a Sasterl Flea for Idaho DENUNCIATION OF MORMON METHODS Jack Mormons Springer and Mansur Pocs Not Want Statehood Under Church The Territorya KcHources KoiirUunth fVAHinNfrtox The debate on the Idaho bill began at noon to ny Promptly at IS the measure wiw called up Dorsey of Nebraska took the iloor to open the contest Then a full attendance of and tin galleries were even filled Senator Stewart among others was on tho iloor while Ainslce Smith Taylor ftnl or Idalo were inturestjd spec tators rlevolffi his to a general statemont of JUKI gave way to Mansur whose whole speech of an hour was devoted to eulogy Mormons and denunciation n tho test oath nlansf Mr Mnnsur talked as earnestly as If he had been fully by aposilw and was drawing Joe McDonalds wikiry from the church fund MftHSiir concluded Dergiitj Calno left thn House Delegate lu hois follower In what pronounced aft the formnl of a TrrltoryV claims for Statehood hrflnl for years in Con cress He occu pier nearly two hours in delivery his speech which was with unvarying attention from both sides of the chamber It bristled with factr presented In a clear And morn pliatalilo by an de livery He no foe aul no frienri His answer to the Jack Mormons was full ami and turned thn tables on tho hypocritical jintenders who polygamy atui uphold riolvgaiiiists nuliois after opening with an allu sion to tv imnortiuice of the sulijccl profncix his maLi argnmiMM nnnnunclng that in speaking of of the people of Iclnho for siirgovnnirncrit he alliuhul only to the iioiiMonnon element Mormoiirj lift assorted coiitrlbuled practically notliing to the local Kovernineiitantl any one of the 11011 Slornioii counties pay morn taxes than all tin coniblneil He dwelt at length on tin of Congrens by and of iiast ptatiisnnni to wlmit any terri tory proved cupaldf of selfmalulenanco and tolfgovfinmenl Under these ho claimed the rights and equities ot Idaho worn complete DBlecate Dubois then entered upon a descrip tion of tin physical characteristics and natural of fflnho which was most Interesting und attracted marked attention Ho dwolt par ticularly on her capacity to maintain a prolHa blo agriculture Not onetent t ho said of Inn of tho Territory lias appro priated and a rnmainii for fho support and nnncli mmit of succufding generations Ttiklne up the ooptilallou qnostlon ho boldly claimed residents very largely of nativo birth Ho thon In discussing tho splondld oducaMonftl system and the railway connections whlctt hr opened up ft budget o industrial statistics Important they weranovul to most of His listonprp B Touching llrmly the nnancial con dition of the Territory and Its preparations for Statehood ho hoKan a lively illswoUrm of Springers minority report aualnst admission He chiiliengedSpringer and Ms associates io show that tlmy rfrosonted the Democratic pacty of Idaho ot any otlior olomont except tho Mormon re It Who do they represent called out Duhois defiantly roprostiit tho Mormon church und nothing and nohody Then followed thn most scathing exposure and denunciation of tho Saints which has over boon heard on the Iloor of Congress Tho speaker handled tho church as a political engine without Kloves and ohallonged tho question and discus sion of statements He took up tho testoath otouso tind argutu its propriety and Its full ac cordance with American institutions to Springer ho said T observe that tho minority In their report iterate nnd reiterate that they must not bo classed with tho sympa oC polvgamy yot hoy would havo us eradicate thoonly laws which havo boon at all In checking this cnmo In our country wo havo a geMis homo called an Individual or class of individuals who do not holong to tho Mormon ihurch who profess abhoronco of polygamy yot who are ovor found doing tho bidding of the Vornion priests and fighting witb them to rondor ntllo tho laws aimed at tho destruction of their pernicious practices If tho distinguished gou tloman from Illinois wore in Idaho I fear ho Vx would bs olaissod as For nearly nn hour Dubois dovotea his to tlm necessity for tho testoath CklAusx It completely covered the oaso in tho judgment ot the bost on tho Iloor To prophets to priests of evory kind and inclosing his brilliant veroratloo American commonwealth ox tends an hospitality When tho Mormons to unite secular and religious functions thev will cease to be a peculiar jxioplo nndto bo eubVcifd to peculiar laws That tlmo not having tho pnoplo of Idaho both upon Na tional and local grounds unwilling to have two indepon Jant snparnto and inconsistent sys tems of civil government operating within the limits npon tho same matters and subjects Confidently submit thn provision that they have nidde fo maintaining tho vigor and in tegrity oT Anurioin principles among thorn to tho consideration and Judgment oC Congress If they cannot have Statehood without subjecting thomsolnS stagnating and corrupting soc 7lar machinations of this theocratic Government thov will remain under tho provisional protection of the Ktvleral laws oxprossly nlmfld at tho bale ful rulo and etrects of such a thoocnxcy as the Mormon church under its prosnnt constitution The succeeding debates promise to bo lively A votoouthB bill will bo taken tomorrow tit 8 ocloolv THE MEXICAN CONGRESS s Mcsstajro sagos of Interest MEXICO viaGalveston ApHl houses of Congress were opened last nvtmuig and President message was received Ho says hat good effects will follow the tho PanAmerican Conference for tho Now VTorlc tho Matitlmc Congress at Washington for at large The message rotors to tho apol ogv of tho United States for the slighting re inarksof Consul Misenor when ho presontod his Credentials to Costa Rica states that Hie United States has promised to take In to consideration tho protest of Mexico against the bringing of the Apnche prisoners near tho Mexican frontier Tho government at Washington tho message says ro Msod to consider the proposition of tho Los An icles Chamber of Commcroo for tho acquisition of Lower California His Bvcollency draws attention to the decisions of the United States court in tho matterof tho AbraAVcil claims It states that the last install ments of the debt to the tin Hod States was paid January last It Is expected however that part of this money will be to tho bogus nature of somo of Mexico Diaz says will encourage railroad building Tho progress of work done in this di rection and the development of postal and telo graph fajilitles aro Bummarixed Tho financial condition of tho republic is declared Nourishing and Mexicos credit abroad Is stronger than ever before Tho message recommends retrenchment In tho expenses of government International Monetary Union WASHINGTON April TanAmerican Conference today unanimously adopted resolu tions that an international American monetary union be established uniform international coin coinsto either a year or less from the adjournment of tho conference for a special meeting in Washington of a committee com posad of delegates Jrom each nation to consider the value and quantity of Huoh currency and coins etc i The iBncket Shop y Board Jrado opcnod morning with all the tickersnd instruments off the This is a result1bi tho resolution of the Board to go out of the business of furnishing official quotations in order to run nit the bucket shops The general impression unong the members Is that it is a doubtful ex There is a rumor on the Hoard to the fTect that fin arrangement has boen entered into with tho New York Stock Kxchange by which hut body Is ui cut off its stock reports from the bucket shops Despite the efforts of the Board of Trnde the bucket shops managed to secure quotations to lay with masonuble promptness and assert that thuir business was not diminished AN ERRATIC VIS COUNT An Earls Son Makes Himself No torious LONDOK April Francisco Chronid sceno occurred n the Stnind this afternoon Viscount Ivurof tho Karl of Jaulett who has made him self notorious by playing the part of a clown In pantomimes find who hns also undergone im prisonment for robbery was grinding an organ tccompanied by his wife An aristocraticlook ing gentleman approached them and endeavored to pursunde erratic viscount to desist ollenng him a dekHhip nn the Stock Kvchange J ho olTer was loudly declined in the presence of some live hundred people Ilinton then became very excited and swore thnt he would never alter his course of life until father dies During this exhibition Lady Jl in ton took around the bat to colKct coppers and the goodnatured gentleman retreated amid the jeers of thn crowd A FARGO SENT TO JAIL A New York Swindler Disgraces an Honored Name A BANKER MURDERED AND ROBBED Two Reading Managers iiKA April most important financial development in tliis city for some time wns the conclusion of nejritifitions whereby tho fvo parties in tbe Reading milronr har irionlous tha will put an end to all pending legal proceedings ngiiinst tho proseiit management The opposition shareholders will hereafter have two of the company in thu persons of Thomas Dolan and Henry Gibson The Temperature CmcAOO York 32 Now Orleans 70 St Iouis 40 Cincinnati 30 Chicago 36 Winnipeg 80 AN OCEAN STEAMSHIP TRUST TltANSATIiANTIO PASSENGER BATES TO JIE ADVANCED Tho Immense Gout of Bunninfi an Ocean City of Paris iLlkely to Lower tho Kooord LONDON April Francisco Clironiclfi is strong mason to bellovo that the English and Gorman fiteamshlp linos will unlto soon in raising thn passonger rntns be I woo n hero nnd tho United vtes It is didicuUto find out anything doflnito about tbo conferonco hold fl short time ago bo twoon thn two German and some of tho English linos running steamers to Now n viow to establishing an or perhaps it may bo inoro properly called n trust for regulation of thoocotin tranic but another and more general ninotinc hits neon arranged nt Antworpfor some time this month whlchwlll probably resultin important announcements A could hardly bring about any advnucos In freight rates unless the smaller linos coming from London and Liverpool are taken Into tho schema but it may result In a coiiKldonibln advance In passenger rates on tlio faster stnamnrs It costs ft lot of monoy to fini an ocean greyhound This summer thoio will bo threo more of thoin afloat and tho record is suro to be Tho City of hnr misfortune had not been pushed to anything Hko her best speed When mnflo her fnstast westward run purposely dropped from twentytwo ourtmm knots an hour when the vossol was within SCO miles of Plro Island Kois havo been miulo here by oxperi oiTood men that the City of will lower tho record to Ivo days and fourloon hours before next winter BLOODLESS Two Society Men Blazo Away With Blank Cartridges WHERMNO W April Dis Francisco Chronicle There was a dunl this morning on the Wheeling West Liberty and Bethany pikm throe miles from this city which although bloodless created a groat sensation in tho city when tho facts became known as all tho parties connected with tho oscapiwlo aro of tho greatest prominence in social circles Tho principals William Tiurt and Hicks two society youths While call ing on a young lady a fow days tvgo Hicks insulted Hurt who road him a lesson in etiquette Thinking to Hicks sent him a challenge which Bivrfc promptly accepted and niimocl swords as weapons A mutual frionfl was culled on who after a conference with tho seconds induced them to nocopt revolvers Howard Simpson tho go botwoon took charg1 of the weapons nnd ox tracted the unknown to tho principals on tho way to the fleld 11 ioks wns apprised of this but Bun was loft hi ignonvnco AU attempt wan made to procure theservices of Dr Bolliwillo but as ho threatened to havo tho whols party arrested medical attention was hur riedly waived While on routo Hurt who hnd boon ostoomoci harmless dudo by Hicks and his friends hnndod letters to his mother and friends to his second nnd on taking bis plivco showed himself in pos session of all necessary lirst hro ho shot in tho nir taking tho point blank nlm of his opponent repeating this on the second fire ho woundlug oC both parties was thon declared a return to tho city was mads 5IKS MISCONDUCT Hor Husband Will Talco Steps to Se cure a Divorce LONDON April TUIBUNK San Francisco Chronicle Colonel Hughes jIallott has docldud to apply for a divorce from his wife formerly Miss Emily Sclmumburg of rhiladolphia Tho pvocceclings will be bfisod on Mrs Hallott8 alleged naisconduct with John Chamlos tho solicitor Colonel Hallott shows papers and aittdiwits of a dotoctivo whom ho ein nlovod and of tho butlor The latter swears that In many vital points Mrs llivllotts broach of tho marrhviro oontnict entitles her husbftiuVto a lccal sopanitlou or ovon divorce and a third of her 111 oo mo confronted hiswife the butlers affidavit and a terrific row took place Mrs Hallott packed her trunks and loft for case will soonccomo before the public Jeff Chandler for the Senate ST LOOTS April TRDJCNK San Francisco Chronicle Jefferson Chandler tonight mndo a formal declaration of his candi rtaoy as protection Democrat for the seat in the United States Somite now occupied by George G Yost Chandler is now attorney of the Missouri Arkansas Texas road of which I C Korots is president Ho and his friends have boon carefully nursing a little boom some time past which was culminated at a public meeting tonight Crusaders WastingBeer KANSAS GITT April A Farmington dispatch says This morning tho crusaders headed by Mrs Williams and Mrs Foster opened tho Armod with hammers thoy stopped Thompsons beer smashed six barrels Emptying tho beer into tho street The women then took possession of tho wagon and started for Do Lassuas four miles south where a of boer belonging1 to tho Klansment BrowlnKCompany was Thoy in tondod to destroy it Tho saloon men here are expecting a Visit from the crusaders A Count Suicides DENVEII April Yesterday ovon i ng a man himself Gcorgd Ifarraan walked into a sa loon in Lftrimor street his brains out In tho prosonco of half a dozen men Tho body was tho morgue and today identified as Count Schemmornwn Von Hitrtman of Hamburpj Poverty and whisky wore the cause His wife will arrlvo from San Eranoisco today to take tho body Steamer Sails t pPooL April The now line for New York on age today Island Pqpular and Wealthy Cattleman Riddled With Hos tilities Kesnmed c April Francisco Chronicle W Fargo a finelooking young who claims relation ship with tha Ffirgos of the express and bunking firm was last night an inmate of the Ludlow street on a charge ofobtuining money under false pretenses and fraud Fargo came to the Hotel Du this city some months ago from where no one He impressed every body ns a manof means Whenho smoked ho wanted tho very best the place afforded and he wns as fastidious usually calling for champagne or bcnedictine Soon after hisnr rival he sun t a card ro Minn Povvs the proprie tress bearing liis name under which was in scribed Wells Fargo t he informed her that if his express company could render any ser vice to her in any would gratify him to see that it wnsclone JMme Pons says that she thankedjiim is it happened that she desired to send jMittlu present to hor sister in Europe up tho pnckago refiiiosted liargo to send it for her He took charge of it but when she received her his tie tier from Europe she was told thnt it hnd not arrived Kargo had been livhi in style with his wife but hnd become less flush than formerly ami his wife downed him could not keep up the old time style Me showed a check book attached to which were stubs for amoants iiggrcgating miuiv thousands A t various times hoborrowed small sums from his to pay by check in a clay or two Jlc left the hotel a month since nnd paid his account with a check ou oils Fnrgo t which wap returned marked Is G Thou on thediscovery thut liargo was going to Uornmah he was jirrested on i criminal chtngo The mutter cnnie up In court yesterday and the judge held that ns the chock was dated ahead of thuUmo it was signed it was merely a promissory note Tho cashier of Wells Fargo A Co tesU tied that Fargo had no account with tho firm at the time the check wns ghfen Fargo is a Trtscsph C Fargo presi dent of the express company James C largo said last night thnt George was a son of a brother who is dend lie is one of thos relatives whom a mnn can do nothing said Mr Jfargo Jl in DB rtVAND JIOBBK11Y DUBLIN April Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle S Cadclii 1 county of the 1 nlnski National Bank was murdered and robbed at p m todaywhile on the road between tho county seat and his home There is no cluo to tho murderer who will bo surftly lynched if caught Tho purpose wtifi robbery Ho was snot and his skull beatcninywith stones A COWAnDliY MlWDKlt PASO April A 9 oclock tonight a most cowardly murder wag committed acrosstheTivor in Paso Del Norto W S Bolton and a man narnea Clayton both met S IT another cattle man on tho street picked a ouarrel with him and without him any warning Clayton and JJoUon drew their re volvers and who attempted to retreat but his him np continuing to with were arrostod and are nowln jail ntTrtso Del JSorto Tho people on both indignant and threats or lynching tho murderers aro openly Vnmio Cavitt was n very weal thy and popular young mini A lawsuitissaid to nave been the caiiso of the atTair A IS1VANW TllACSTSOY HrcKSViLiE L L April morning Gun IhorKiel an old man of 70 shot Van killinghim and afterwards seriously iniured Fredericks father Subse quently Kiolhirnsolf was alniostkillcdby Charles Diiryoa who beat man into insensibility TUBillATBIMliDrltOOT PKUI April was reported from the Logan Courthouse today that the old family war is opening up again James Haliflnld wns killedlast Thursday by M C Loo who was an adherent of the Hatfleld gang in the war with tho McCoys The details aro meager but it is aaid great excitementpre vails Jerry Devil Anse and was once Jjogan A MISSING WILL Tho Butte Millionaire Bequeathed His EB tato to His Brother NKW YORK April Francisco Chronicle relations of tho latoAndrew J the wealthy mine owner reside in and are interested in tho division of the estate SincoDaviss death which occurred about threo wecks ago the rela tives in Chicago Calavoras county California flow Montana have been en gaged in an activesearch for a will but so far been tili M A gentleman who iswell acquainted with tho situation and isouo of was soon by ji reporter I said been the will which was made by Davis ago J knowtlmt exuoutcd but what has be come of It is not know Davis bequeathed his ostate ten years ago to his brother of estimated at THE Bismarcks Downfall the Signal for TheirBetiarn 1 BORUNGTON Dispatch resignation ofthoGhancellorship of Germany is causing a starapedo of German Jesuits from this vicinity to Tho Rev Father Joseph Krcnsoh pastor of Johns Cathedral and the head of tho Gorman Jesuit school in this city has resined his charge andwill return at once to Germany wherehe resigna tion will rcstorothe Gormanichurch to its former nnd preferment in thefatherland where tho orrtfir is vory The reverend father will beaccomnanied by all of his assistants Other Jesuit brethren are coming from Chicago to taketheir places l Einin Joins the Germans ZANZIBAR April Pasha has finally accepted the proposal made to him by Major tnd 200 Soudanese troops LONDON has an editoria reproaching Emin Pasha points out after British money arid extricated him heis now assisting Germany In an anti A April chief of the insurgents the Ger mans At tho to Snadnni from which place two Gorman expcdi tlons him Wissmar has forbidden enter the German sphere of inuueneoin northTinign have received special The Ger man accompanied by two gunbbats is paying an official visit of Assign NEW Co commission an assign at Theassigneerhopcs to pay 100 cents on the dollar PARTS AprH has ofthe jsale o ations iffcfb Qt i iniformedVthatsvttie tWainingtoai have not advanced beyond the preliminary stages of a tncit HehringSea is pnrtoi he high sens the freo pursuit of sealing inn only berestrained by inlernivtionar action ind that n reasonable compensation must be nnde by for the past and mis Uiken disturbance of the British sealing oper ations therein BROKER GREENS KEMORSE He Admits That He Has Been Very Foolish NEW YOKK April Francisco Chronicle the last week it is said that Broker Green has been cabling lis relatives city trying to effect a com promise of tho difficulties his escapade got him nto and yesterday Broker James Sohemorhorn in old chum of the dashing Now Yorker received i Ion letter fromGreen in which belaid hcbit orly regretted having left his wife andfamily or v seen by a reporter wns not Us posed to this eUor When pressed for a ho reluctantly jauded over the following SAVOY HOTEL LONDOIV March 19 Dear Old fall to express my at what 1 have done i am a most un happy man Day afterday L realiKC the lolly of nijrash act and were it not for the tact that I itive made such aconfounded fool otinyscltl would leave whole business and come bade to NiswYork to seek the forgivenessol those L Hive so deeply wronged It is tho pid old story f a bright and promising career hopolesslyruinea by a mad indescribable infatuation lor abeauti ful woman Do you think you can arrange matters so as o perniit of our Sho is anxious for a sep aration and so is your old chum I cant exactly toll what 1 propose to do in his said Schomerhorn for the very iple reason that I have not as yetinndp up my mud I am indeed heartily sorry Oreon who is at heart a wholesouled generous fellow This is news to said Gommoaorn Bate man Greens former associate in business 1 im sorry for Green is all Helms been very foolish and is much sympathy f On the other hand Mrs McCreas friends assert that the fair is more sinnedagainst than precari ous condition in London and thatMrGreen is desirous to abandon her iu it THE CASUALTY RECORD TENTS WANTED JTOB Contributions Poxiring in for Louisvilles Kollef Mexican Jlorluction Works Orleans Oat A Fatal Explosion EL PASO Texas Ji arrived from Woxioo lust night and reports that on Sun day reduction works lo cated about Chihuahua and owned by a Now York company were totally destroyed by fire Loss THREE WEN S Wy an explosion of gas Com in tho II stope of the Com pany at Nanticokc three men were killedaud four seriously and twpslightjy injured WA RIUNGTON April gnal service issues a special bulletin in which it says stanclinff tbe heavy rains no likelihood that the Mississippi will bo Orloausafi It has boen this season Bowing to tlie relief given by crevasses above TOR April worlcjOf i down the demojifihed buildings itttea cbmmitteo is busily distributing as to most effectually relievo At the waterworks machinery was tested today and worked satisfactorily If Is be Jievecl that the danger of a water famine is passed rnoM THIS LOWEU MISSISSIPPI ioKsnuRG April The Relief Committee nt Oceola has asked for a lot of tents num bers of the people being homeless on the Bayou Vidai in Louisianaars being rapidly overllowed The levees front iioar St Joseph put well fhero is great apprehension that a water from tho Yazoo crevasses cause a heavy which case no lower Mississippi could pressure of windand water THE BEBELMOUS STUDENTSi Many of Them to be Treated as Political Revolutionists STOPBTBBSUfJBo April In consequence of a conspiracy among the students sity here and at the Institution of Technology thoy have been closed by the authorities Count DelianoiT Minister of Public tion has refused o receiv j the petition recently preimrod by the students of the university ask inc lor a reduction In entrance fees the unre stricted admission of Jews nnd equality and famale students Three hundred1 excited university students assembled intending to march to tho Ministry of Piblic Instruction but tho police intervened and arrested 175 of them Three hundred students of loical Institute and many pupils of thejSchopl andAcademy of Medicine havebeen arrested for taking part In tho seditious meetings At Moscow fifteen of tho students arrested will bo tried on the charge of being political revolur tionists fortytwo have beeu expelled the university fortyfour will bo subjected to minor punishments and the remainder will These disorders will bo considered asa eignof in connection with the agita tion in foreign countries regarding tne treat ment of political prisoners la Siberia but it is not thought that the movement has the slightest dents at the CharkottUnlversity were arrested and eleven LONDON April burc correspoudont says tho peasants rising inRiazan and blood has already been shed The ngitation is spreading to t inland and Poland and gendarmes and been sent to quell the excitement is intense Everybody sympathizes with the students The Berlin correspondent o the Chronicle says a partially attempt has been made life of the Czar A Missing Earl LOITDON April Henry Bpyle started today for Canada in search of his elder Viscount Boylej who through Jiis fatherssuddon death has become Earl f Seven vears aco Viscount Boyle resigned his com mission in thoarmy V joined hisbrother in purchasing a ranch Western Canada The undertaking proved a failure and Hen rv returned to England The sincebeen unheard of except through an inn keeper who saw him two years ago near u min ing camp Union Pacific Strike PORTLAND April The switchmen and brake men on the Union pacific between Lagrandeaik this city strike of the companys refusal to accedeto maiul fora 10 per cent increase i m The strike wns declared off this afternoon the conceding the demands A New Cabinet for April is Premier GreenwayandAttornoyGeneral Martin hlve resignedtheirpositions undcTtheyManitoba Goveninientnndthat Colonel will be called form a newtOabinet Greonwny willgoto England as Immigration Coinmissioher for Mahltpba A British ADKN British expeditionrecenilj sent out toiac iconfplisti its mission another startedThe Esa tribe attacl npon tlio IJuthai people and defeated witl NEWS FROM THE CAPITAL The McCalla Case Reviewed by the Industrious Secretary iUBSIDIES FOR MERCHANT MARINE A New AntiTrust Bill Calculated to Wipe Out All Sorts of Combina Protest Irom the Tobacco Men WASHINGTON April Dispatch im Francisco Chronicle is a very strong contrast between the methods of doing business at the Navy Department these days and mder the last administration Mr Whitney used papers of the createst importance to lie sometimes months upon his tnble without looking at them but Mr Tracy never permits the sun Logo clown upon a matter of justness if he is ableto llnish it He has very promptly upon thn report of tho coiirl of nqtiiry in the case of McCalla and his read over pages of typewritten evidence taken by hai court The report makes no ions or puggostions as to further procedure but the Secretary thinks from the testimony that charges can be sustained against McOalla ana lis immediate subordinates of four separate vio ations of the regulations in their treatment oi he sailors on the In failing to read the articles of war every fourth Sunday gagging placing hem in confining them in the coalbunkers which is prohibited by the repula bnp In addition to these derelictions the commander has been conclusively shown to have struck a son man with his swonl whon the man wns ironed In this bo violated no direct rule or law but the Utondant circumstancesoffer no evidence of a necessity for the blow He is thur open to tho charge of unnecessary cruelty A OKEAT NAVAL RBVITCW WASHINGTON April Secretary Tracyapproves the proposer plan for a review of the navies of tho world in New lork Harbor in 1892 TOBACCO MEN PEOTKST Alarge delegation of Southern tobacco men appeared before the Ways andMeans Committee to protest against the new tobacco schedule TO FOSTER THE MERCHANT The House on Merchant Marine and Fisheries today reported A bill to place the American merchant marine engaged in foreign trade upon an equality with that of other na The principalprovisions of the bill nave already been given The report accompanying it says in The ocean transportation of the United States has averaged annually for the past Lftii Taking our share ol this trade at nor we have the amount of 10 per cent of which is Surely it would oofc bo a bad investment for tho Nation to pay out annually to secure opportunity to earn and pave but it this is too large make it 5 per cent that would be doublewhat thebounty bill will call for in tho ten years to come The estimate of the com mittee is that under the terms of the bill payment in bounties for the first year would Wr sail vessels steam vessels JI22 total The annual increase would bo about 5 per cent so it would be eight years before the annual bounty would amount to 000 000 Kenrofientatlvo Fitbian submitted the report ofthe minority which says that a subsidy would be creating and fostering aprivileged class at the ofthc people The minority most effective way to bring about a revival of tho shipping Industry is for Congress to place all material used in the construction of ships upon the free list to repeal all laws in restraint of trade repeal the restrictive navigation permit merchants to buy their ships where they can buy them cheaper and sail them under the American flag NOMINATIONS The President today nominated George F Turreton to be SurveyorGeneral of Nevada Register of Land C Olney Gun Receivers of Public C Shastcr Carson City Lambert Pueblo Colo THE NEW ANTITKUST BILL The antitrust bill asreported from the Senate Committee on tho Judiciary in substance de clares that every company or combination m the form ofa trust or otherwise or conspiracy in re straint of trade or commerce among the several States and with1 foreign nations or in any Territory or State is illegal Every person who shall have made such a contract or engage in such a combination or conspiracy or who shall monopolize or combine or con spire with any other person or persons to monopolize any part of the trade or commerce among the several and lorri tories or with foreign nations shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and on1 conviction be punished by n fine not exceeding or by imprisonment not exceeding one year or both Any property owned under any contrnct or by any combination pursuant to any conspiracy and being in course of transportation shall be for feited to the United States and may be seized aud condemned by like proceedings as those re garding property imported contrary to law Any person who shall be injured in business or property by any other person or corporation by reason of anything forbidden by this act may sue in any CircuitCourt of the United States and recover threefold the damages sustained besides the costs of suit and attorneys fees The act in cludes corporations and existing un authorized by the laws of the United Statesand Territories or by any foreign country AN INTERSTATE ASSOCIATION the A Plan of Organization of Western Lines CHICAGO April A meeting of the managers of the Eastern railroads was held today to con sider a plan of reorganization of the Inter State Commerce Railway Association Chairman Walker W Faithorne and Finley presented malority plan providing a method establishing and amending freight ana passenger rates and placing the responsibilities of maintaining them on the presidents of the various lines If the interested lines agree they may arbitrate their dilfercnces award to stand pood for ninety days or more The present association will be subordinate to the general organization and each have a com missioner who will be a member of tbe executive committee No penalties violations are pro vided for Chairman Midgeloy in the minority report thought that each of the freight associations should be independent og the general organiza tion He thought that no contrnct would be effective unless it provided for a division of coni petitive Both reports were referred to a committee who will report at a future meeting Americans to Be Honored It is said that the young is desirous of making an ostentatious of good will towards America and will the opportunity offered by the asproaching visit of American riflemen to take part in the coming schuHzenfclttodisplay it It is asserted that orders have lcen issuttd that wnen tbe stars and stripes in the procession enter theBrandcr ba fired anc tbe palace is reached two regiments of euards will form an escort for the National em blemlof the United States Ten Thousand Dollars Ijost CHICAGO The driver and messenger of money packages the banks Monday in some manner1 lost a ypackage of in The mans honesty is not questioned bv the express officials but lons search has disclose the whereabouts of the police sneakthieffilchedit from themessenger as he was entering the bank The Iowa Republicans So Declare and Want the Law Repealed DKS MOINEP April antiprohibition movement within tho Republican party culmi mted in a State conference today 196 delegates icing present representing several thousand lopublicans Chairman Collins of Keokuk said hat he had been a lifelong prohibitionist and ione all in his power to enforce tho law in his ity but bad failed Other speeches were in a vein FxGovornor Kirkwood sent a lotto in winch amonp other things ho said Personally I avor local option and hiffh license with string nt regulations but some of our prolnbuion that if such a change is made the vcpublionn party carry an oloction ai own again That looks to me very much like an Tttempl at bulldozing nnd Ucpubllcans never ook kindly to thnt mode of argument This policy has beeji pursued for some years by tho prohibitionists in Ropubllcsm States hat have not adopted prohibition and is now hreatonedhero It has not won in tho pust and 1 think will not in the Resolutions were adopted declaring that the trohibition law had flailed in the accomplishment if its objects and that prohibition legislation was inwise on general principles The repeal of tno prohibition law is demandod and the f local option nnd high license measures Tho prohibition question came up in tbo lower louse of the afternoon when ho Democratic license bill was considered Richnuin Democrat snid that in of the stringency of the laws it plainly was seen that n somecities the prohibition law was openly violated whiloin others it was observed The Democrats wanted to remedy this condition of affairs and in localities where prohibition wns unpopular they the liquor tralfic regulated Ac cordingly they had prepared a bill to fit the whole case A bill that would give localities bat wanted to prohibit a chance to do so It provided for settling tho matter of license or no icense by popular vote After a vigorous debate of four hours tho matter wftnr overr j CONGRESSIONAL PROCEEDINGS America v government building worthless the7 marine policy v of the in con fast eruiBergHka the t febertftt faster Burdickvof the Forest City Lodce allep conspiracy has bMn entered into by tie Grand Lodge to oust certain Masons who have ecome Creneau members Charges preferred the plaintiffs were to be heard tonight nd they allege the hearing would be fierce udpe Lhrnbson adjourned the hearing of argu PROHIBITION A FAILURE THE SENATE CONSIDERS THE MON TANA SENATORIAL CONTEST The Idaho Discussion In tlio jections to tho Tost Arizona Delegates Complaint WASHINGTON April tho Senate Edmunds from the Judiciary Committee reported back AntiTrust bill in the form of a substitute and said that as soon as the Montana election case was disposed ofthe bill will be taken up The conference report on the Urgent Deficiency was andagreed to The House re jcdos from its disagreement to the Senate amend nent as to irrigation surveys with tho proviso Miat no part of thn amount shall be expended in he sinking of wells or the construction of irriga ion works and that the Government shall not be committed to any of irrigation The Senate then proceedrd to the consideration of the Montana election case the majority report cing in favorofWilbur Jr Sanders and Thomas C Power and the minority report in favor of WilliamA Clark and Martin Maginais oar stated the on the parr of the majority of thfi committee the whole upon tho question as to whether one set of Representa tives who voted with the twentyfive Republican Representatives for Sanders and Power were egallyulectedfrom the county of Silver Bow or whether tho other set who voted with the twentyfour Democrats for Clark and Magimi ivere Gray representing the minority of the commit tee made a statement in support of the claim tbivtClnrk and Maglnnis went entitled to the scuts lie commented upon the finding ofothw CauvassingBoard of Montana which declares that no abstract of votes received from Silver Bow county that they had exhausted the authority given to thorn by tbe statute In en deavoring to and that it therefore be cametheir duty to assert and declare the result frain the best sources obtainable and be argued that the canvassers had no authority to act on any information obtained from any source other than the election oflloerp of the county declaring that he bad never known such a bold and fingrunt act of usurpation The members of the Canvass ing Board Governor Chief Jus tice and Secretary of the have beeu whipped at the jail in every county town in the Territory there any evidence on record that the Legislature of which this Iron Hull House the Republican House claimed to be a part had ever performed any legislative act or passed any law The Governor never recognized this Iron HalV House but recognized the House which met at the courtbouRS tho Democratic as the lawful and rightful House Teller interrupted Gmy to say that various communications hnd passed between the Iron Hall House and the Senate is no other lawful evidence of tho title of the Governor or any other State officer of Montana except thifi very canvass which the Senator from Delaware says has no validity whatever Gray then went on to denounce the indecent with which the Territorial Canvassing Board madeits report und adjourned witb a full knowledge of the fact that A court of com petent jurisdiction had issued peremptory mandamus ordering that an abstrnct of the votes in Silver Bow county bo made and fur nished The that Territorial Can vassing Board stand convicted of participation in sharp practices in which the majority of tbe Committee onPrivileges and Election would have the Senate also become a participator Gray went on toppeak of the evidences of haste witb proclamation for tbe admission of Montana had boen issued He lid not accuse the President of being a participator in the alleged that tbe President bad been persuadcdby the conspirators to make himself an instrument in consummating their designs The minority of the committee he said accepted theflndfngs of the county boarc of Silver Bow County and they held the lawfu Grayyielded witnout concludinc his argument and the1 death of Representative Wil ber being announced the Senate adjourned House WASHINGTOST April N cnllec up the bUl authorising the construction of bridge and approaches at New York City the Hudson riTer to regulate commerce such bridge between the States of New York New Jersey and such military and postroad The bill was JMSJ The House proceeded to consideration The Idaho Admission bill was taken up J Dorsey chargeof the bill mud speech in its favor Tho only opposition to the admission of Jdabo he said came from tho M or mons They protested against the provision o the Constitution which disfranchised bigamisu and polygamists and persons who were of an association which encourages bigamy Mansur criticised the provision pf yonsti tution disfranchising the Mormons and said tha the real reason wax that the Mormons voted tlx Democratic ticket earnestly advocated the ad mission o Idaho Criticising the minority report be saw it proposed that bigamists and polygamist should vote jn Idaho What right had the mem bers of the minority impose upon Idaho con ditionswhich hadnever before been upon an v Statecoming into the Unfon Tber was he said in Idaho v genus liomo known a the Jack who while denouncing polygamy and bigamy obeyed Jill behests of th Were the gentleman fron Illinois Springer to liveinIdaho he woul probably be known as a Jack IT closed Ms discussion Mormon question bj saying the issuewas fairly joined here AVoulr Congress treasonable and lasctviou institiitioriV or woiildtit hold up thehands of the brave gone to Idaho who on proposition had abandoned all partyties and saying earnestly desire State hood for loyal American Smith the action of the in failing to re port ft bill for the admission of Arizona His people hadvbeeiTiunfairiy treated had every qualification but the bill for admission was grabtheredtiiycommittee simply fit to send a Democrat to this TheV Territory of New Mexico with a greatej than Idaho and also kept in the oack cround iWasit because poor Joseph the dele had started wrong in his youth and had admission of TCT Idaho as an i riyasion of sacreq individuftl and re7 crime which Bhouldnotbett6ierJitedibatv ttos Constitution closed to PBIOE FIVE CENTS A GREAT TASK FOR SULLIVAN He Will Try fo Knock Corbett Out in Four Rounds CORBETTS RESPECT FOR THE BI6 Ho Thinks the Man Does Not Live Who Can Whip Terrino PiRht Between Colored The Races NEW YORK April Francisco Chrotwla is practically settled that tho champion John L Sullivan and James J Corbett will tight four rounds within three weeks One of tho big fellows friends ap proached Corbett a tew days ago and asked if ho would meet Sullivan in a fourround glove con test The Californian would not give a decided answer but promised to do so today A reporter found Corbett last night I am perfectly willing to mot Sullivan in a fourround said ho providing tho Olympic Club will give me permission I wired tho club tonight and there isnt a doubt in my mirid but thai the directors will consent to this match T have challenged no one I came here nnd hnd no idea of lighting Sullivan until my friends urged mo to accept the proposition made by his You dont expect to find Sullivan as slow as Kilrnin do you Well replied Corbett laughing Then isnt a shadow of a my mind but that Sullivan is a quicker stronger and in every way better man than Kilraln I doubt If that man lives who cnn whip him with You aro not confident of defeating him then I should take a great deal on myself if I was he answered but I shall endeavor to hold my end up 1 havo not sought this aro tho conditions of the match was Ofcourse tho articles of ngroenient have not been signed but is 1 understand It wo are to have L fourround glove light near Now York for gate receipts 05 per cent of which the winner will the remainder to go to tho loser 1 1 stay through the four rounds 1 am to bo de cliiroil winner About the size of the gloves I am not particular but 1 expect the police will not permit the use of smaller mittens than threo When will this meeting occur Certainly within throe weeks for I ana duo in Frisco on April 29th and as I have been awivv from the cltib a lonp timi this year it would hardly bo to askfor a further exten sion of time 1 am in a fairly good condition now and can be ronrly in two Tnck Barnott would say nothing about affair other than that a proposition to meet Sullivan for four rounds had been made to Tt is probable that the articles 01 agreement will be signed tomorrow A TKHIFFIO FIGHT MOUNT VBUNON N April Francisco Chronicle Early this morning a desperate prizefight came off in the pavilion at Bronze River Parkv near here The light was for thn middleweight chfimpionship of WestchesteV county combatants were Edward Sickles Purchase a village near White Plains and Fdward Cox colored of Nfew Sickles weighed in at 160 pounds heavier The light was with skin gloves to get In tho first round Sickles on Coxs head Cox retaliated one body blow Tbe third was the hottest of tho As soon as Ihe men af fc bftmnwrfand Cox received some torrljlc bloWs on the bond body inre turn Before the fifth round ended the Sickles stock went up for be otsight Cox incite neck witha terrific right bander ThoKew Rpchello man was groggy when bo went to his corner Cox baa not fully recoverd ho camo up for the sixth round and Sickles his opportunity forced the fighting landing blow after blow and punishing his man before was called Both principals were terribly and bruised Coxs face looked like a jelly THE WASHINGTON IVACE8 WARniNdTON April the running course tho track was fair Maiden threeyearolds and won San Joso second Gypsy King third Time I ThreeyearoldH six Mall won Little Ella second Faustina Time fllllcs half mileKitty won Helen Wallace second Marguerita third Time Handicap threeyearolds and mile and a wop Ward second Iceberg third Time Threeyearolds and upwards one hattan won Carrie G second Not Guilty third Time THK OBIKANS MEETING NEW OBLKAKB Louisi ana Jockey Club spring meeting was and the t SLx won second Nosegay third Five won Lochiel Regardless third Threeyearolds seven furlongB Blackburn won Harvester second Fre handicap won second Seeke Hardy L BT THHEE KIGIlTriANDERg ST PAUL April Cumralngs andF Callahan fought town1 this morninc Callahan seemed io best or it upto the nineteenth round when succeeded in landing three settled him A VICTORY WELMKGTOX Massv April range was thronged with shotgun afternoon and many ladies witnessed the shoot hi The event was the closing shoot In tbe championship series between the and Western txjams which was won by latter Slice won the hsindsome silver pitcher offered by the Wellington Gun the Western man makingthe highest individiiirlscore fynrp nf Wffilcrn W Buad ies Mohies j R Sticc Oinalia 37 R C Dssvton C E Cahoon RuliK Beloit M total 373 JSmderit M 51 cMurohy K Perry Boston iS W H Woolstencrest Vim 36 W S Pern i Whitney Phelps total TRE FIGHT Nrw YORK April conference ofthe directors of the Players Ball da v WHS hDrmoncoiis Those delegates who bad inmind tbe alteration of the entire schedule evi dently saw no chance to carry their point the subject was not broached An important change was made by datw PO that tho seasons of both the Rationaland Players Leagues will the April 19 Tnis chango effect of makingthe fight more aggressive and National League people clairned Players were afraid to them indates 20 I the Wisconsin Ttepubltcans MILWAUKEE April throughout Wisconsin are at sweeping victory of the Democrats InMilwaukee The result is Jaid to the bitter made ly Catholic priests and Lutheran ministers against the Ben nett compulsory education predict the defeat of he fight is on the same lines Claasens Hy pnotf FEW YORK April Francisco Chronicle At a Theosophical Society that the recent robbing ottheiSUth Bank of this city was due The bv Professor Judge of Washingtonfewhorknowi r Claasen to hays Rhode TJirxvpnBT April DftllOV iawiworked of theTotes takes   

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