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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - April 4, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                If you want Houses Rooms or Servants patronize the Want Columns of The Tribune The total circulation of The Tribune last week over VOL 151 MAY GOME IN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TKIDAY MOENIKG APKIL 4 1890 PRICE FIVE CEKTS Our neighbor Will to Admitted to the Sisterhood of States DELEGATE DUBOIS SUPREMELY HAPPY Henderson Brought Jown the HouseCrcditGlvcn TheTribune for KfTortH in Behalf of Idaho Ail Idle jDeJHOcratie Threat KB iioiiiticnth Street r WASHINGTON April 3 flnho hill passed the Mouse shortly before Mils iiftfriKOii Not a Democrat voted measure and only one recorded his vote This remainderrcimlrifd from voting r Reerl countfd sixtyseven members not voting and that lisa constitutional quorum waft present to do busi ness bill had passed The DeiiHicruU to make tho Tdnho case a test one and to try it on Its merits in the Supreme Court as as n proper opportunity presents itself Thn threat seems of Iltlln im anyone outside tholr party Tho pregnant fact is that Idahos Statehood nor assured and needs only tho declaration of the Senate and the President to give full fruition In the lonKtlHnyecl hopes of the Gem of the Monntniiis Tho spoechns of the nay wore excellent and de livered to a crowds house Cabot Lodge made a scholarly and forcible argument and Chairman in an ad mini hie answer to tho ob jections Hut dashing Dave Henderson of Iowa in vigorous tfcfrmvwwarmiurimontpftlw Democratic obstructionists carried of the palm find aroused cheers of approvnl from tho Republican siclo The Democratic party Is again in its old ronred the general crying back ward while Uie whole world is going onward It hns hud many wives in its own his tory Thank God tho most of aro dead It had slavery and tho extension of slave terri tory and treason and now it has taken polyg You have been true to all of said Hen derson impressively each you Inter posed tho thin shield of what you called the con chalked up in the open board and given to all the bucket shops within ft quarter of a minute aficr thev were recorded on the big board The llortiof the fSonrd of Trude WHS swarming with pi ced thereby the directors to discover if possible how tim quotations got oiit They watched one very from the richpst opemtor to the runners ami messenger boys bur wilh little success ft observed tlmi a operators we IP running 111 olt of tho at rreijuent inturvcls and it is very possible is due tuem There WHS much confusion on the bit board dur az tlv hours of trading Tlie removal of thn wires catiserl n great deal of einlwiTassment sincl the members wen continually rushing irom one pit U another in their to track of the market fluctuations Hundreds of messenjrer hovs were emploved by operators who iniri cornspondents to keep them posted Some o the members had formed small syndicates sun hired reporters to sake down the quotations ami keep their outside customers posted on the market was slopped by the m SViCArso April Tress lThe the Hoard of Tiiide discovered today I hat the wire Milwaukee being lapped by the shops A trdegnpher furnishing them quotations Mcretly was ulso discovered and bounced m The bucket shops did not succeed in getting their quoin lions so promptly today and much to IheVlnUon of the Hoard of Trade authorities the bucket business fell off The hoard directors excluded from the floor the messengers o Uo regular houses charging that they were leak ing to the bucket shops A Maniacs Deed TlAnnoii 7 April Lang while temporarily insane terrified his family consisting of his wife and three children by wishing them to remain quiet while he set are to tho house He then llred the bed continuing the sleeping fyearokl AFFAIRS OF THE OLD WORLD Sir diaries Dilkc to be Reinstated HI THE NOTORIOUS CRAWFORD SCANDAL daughter Lhe house was noon in Mainland tho neighbors with difll Sarah Bcrnhardt and the Passion Students Under Military Prince of Wales Grows Feeble An Interesting Pamphlet riilty rescued the IHtlf ones one of tho rescuers being burned Tim mauific secured n shotgun threatened death to all who at to approach him UK was next seen to jump into the lamer ind after a few grouns all THE SULLIVANJACKSON MILL A WJBW YOKK CLTJB SULUVANS JfJGUKES OFFEB LONDON April Francisco Chronicle music hall perfocmors are still speaking their minds very freely jiud clearly in regard to the ridiculous legislation of the County Council proposed a short time ago The idea ofcompelling every performer out a license in the snme mannersis a costermongpr who mills fruit and vegetables about the street is Idiotic in the ex treme and the councilhas few sy m path i among the public except a hand Till of men of the McDougall stamp who if they had their way would clothe the Venus of Milo and put trousers on Appollo Great being made to cover up revelations in thecommissiiry department of the Admiralty and the efforts will probably be suc cessful That lacks have been sys stolen iidultenited andrephuien by food of a most inferior quality touches one of the points ofthe English mind but it his way back He AVIIS received with morethanusual tmpressenL Itis notwrt howiivor that the Prince is iigeiug niyndly He lins a wornout nnd wonrih look and walk nice u feeble man These evidences of physical ue ciideuce corroborate the recent reports Unit the Prince is ill J1I8M BIIVTHDAY OJFTS HERUN April list of Hlsmarcks birth day gifts Is nmunlng They include two fortythree drinking cups over a hundred long three hunting trims muchtobacco dozens of canes innumerable puckages of cakes nud candles sent by farmers wives bar rels of eggs sides of bacon cushions rugs ana an enormoiM salmon from Wnks A SENSATIONAL GEtlMAN VIBNNA telegram from Berlin an nounces the publication ofa pamphlet entitled lie Goes What is reported that himself was tho the immphlet In any cusfl It betrays an intimate knowledge of nffulrs U states that so cletv including among its members in Mn peror Caprivi and General Du Vernois Minister of proposes to reconcile tin democratic parties alienated by Hismarck and thatf the Km neror has adopted the social theoiies of hahalln and Tahie It compares him to Savonarola ami Constaiiline and says that he has taken the new social doctrine into his own to save Uie ottering thrones of Kuropc The pamphlet has caused a M A Temperance Organixer Coming CLKVishAND April Phinney of the NoiiIartisan Womans Christian Tem perance Union has issued a notice that Miss Mary V Lathropof Denver the national will traverse the Pacillo coast in the interests of the society commonctiig enrlv 111 Mnv Party questions will have no place in Miss I aihrops addresses The officers of the union bespeak for this lady a warm welcome from min isters and temperance women and bugtheir co operation DEMOCRATS AND POLYGAMY The Unterrified Obstructionists Defend the Latter Day Criminals A Boulangist PATUS April JJoulnngists including La Guorre Larsnnt mid Dorouldu hayegone to Jersey to confer with AMERICAS FRIENDSHIP COURTED It TVfny Como OH1 In Jack HOIJ rounding tho at Wash ington and Xow Orleans rollcalls were needed to dispose of Spring three amendments the latter declared defeated by a vim vote Tho rollculls ovi the fact that a quorum of was not present and furnished grounds for ub fitlnonun from DUItOIHfi BATrSPACTIOST The Wills passed and ns safely nnd as con stitutionally passed as If every member of the JTouse hud recorded himself for or against Its Dubolr Sftld J urn perfectly sutlsfled and un appeal to tho courts will only settle for niltime tho constitutionality of the rules adopted by Congress for its Ft any gentleman wants to try It let him come right on have seated imdnr those rules and if they wom declared unconstitutional nvory net of tho present Congress would ho invalid Such ft bluff cannot frighten us a parttclo Tho Statehood fight Is won and wo won fairly after a series of engagements which have covered years and which havo been ovnry one fought out to a flnlsh 1 hope that within twr wnoks the Sonnlo will take the bill and J confidently expect to poo tho measure signed by tho president and v Uwby Pleased OC courso I nm and as proud as a mother with new baby f am proudest of ail it tho splendid unity of tho local pooplo of Idaho vho irrespective of party havo tolled and 1n oorcd nnd supported my efforts as only big brained find higheartod Western men conld have dono Tho Democrats of Congress misjudgo preaUy thn intnlligftnco uud brotifl American ppirlt of thn Democrats of Idaho who have petty partisanship in a matter clonror nearer to thorn thun tho prospective success of iv party llukftd with oriental barbarism Lot uie say another thing TUB SALT LATCK TBtBUNE has boon an In this struggle whoso value oannot Iw nnd whoso ser vices on its then coming Stuto of Idaho not soon pormlt itself to RICHMOND April Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle is probable that the managers of the SullivanJackson fight will bofjivited to havo tho mill occur in Virginia A movement looking to this action has boon started by members of tho sporting fratornityih Richmond and It has many backers This is in view of tho opinion expressed by many leading laWyers State that the bill passed by tho General Assembly just before its recent adjourn ment incorporating the Norfolk Athletic and Sporting Club makes prizollghtlng permissublo on tho grounds of tho association In tlnscoinmon fjolonol irmnk Tuilln Second Auditor of State beiti nsked tonight about the light said I hopeahoywill tight here which they have a per fect rlvht under tho charter and J hope they will kill eftch Chief of Police Poe snid I say without hesi tation that Sullivan and Jackson not light within amiloof Richmond 1 would stop it on ground of disturbing tho TUB rnrUTANfl WANT IT YOHK April is not improbable the mooting of Sullivan and Jackson may take placeattho Puritan Club If accounts true tho directors club ure willing lo put up a purse of lo secure iv meotingof the gladiators In tueir building JACKSON ILKAPS NOT CiNcmxATi April TJIIBONK Francisco Chronicle Jackson is in Oinclniiatlthis week He began lighting tho bag last nightat the Peoples Thonier somo his advertised because the mayor refused to allow him to spar A reporter asked him today if the report that he was drinking In Uonisvilln was true straightened himself up at this junc ture and if tho author of this report hud scon tho uncrv look on his face ho would havo Hod for his life No I was not It is Just ns I toll Aro vonanxious to meot would nppwir unfortunately that the parties con cerned in thn oftoo high positions to be publicly with and in all probability they will simplybo dropped from o nice at con venient intervals TO POW13H Sir Charles Dilke remains much longer in life it will be on his own dotonniiiauon Tlniso an Urn words which Justin McCarthy used ouly a fow day since in conversation with an American friend lust returned from England will tho pioplo tnt him Thoro arc English and Irish conPtiiiucncius to day which would roturii hhn to the Commons on satisfactory majoritios 11 would not bo rush to say that Dilko might go buck from London II he would only consent or evidence thp slightest ao sire There aro Radical constitucncins winch aci ni iro tho man as they admire none other right within London thafcoiild give him a majority that would 11 vindication of the awful chargos that have mnde against Surely thn English people cannot forget the Crawford scandal that is only live years old No but the English people nrn coining lo sec I hat Dilkns word1 was beltur than that of an numbor of such confessed ad ul I erosses as Mrs Crawford it was onlya question of credence from the first and because Mrs Crawford do scribed accurately jyilkos room the hangnigs THE MUROPEAjr ON COLUMBIA THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY A POLYGAMiST Henderson Enumerates the Old Haps It Has Taken to Idaho Bill Chinese Bill in the Senate an increase of their in the o Tho minority of iV comnntui the neoplo of the United Stuics H repro onied Democrats who vowel for It represented a majority of the becnnso Clevohuid a popular ma ioritv and it ecmd from the returns irom vari ous municipal elections that the was not losing ground ttheu Aemn r iSSe came alone iwrij wo id elect a President who represented iriihUs and monopolies of the Domo The Face of a Helpless Drunken Man Muted With Titriol the Mr HomlcrsonOh you recopnizo n oii know their names nnd now you have Stick to vonr boys Idaho stick to the principles she lus advanced Laughter and After further debate a vote was taken on thi nmendmeiitofUic minority providing or a i w constitutional convention jcab 111 A BRUTAL OUTRAGE IX NEW JERSEY scrbed accuratey ios room furniture and fixings tho good moral jury believed all that she Dilko at claimod thnt tho whole thing was a conspiracy Botwocn whom and just how it was maiuigiKl ho did notknow He resigned his In the saddest letters of farnwell that over came from a statesman and wont with his new and trusting to Kurope and has abided liis lime He said to Justin Carhtyon the day of what he termed his con viction thnt there was nothing to bo done but to r his FIRE AND FIjOOD under con tract to the California Athletic Club If thoy make a mulch 1 will moot him The fight would take place In the rooms of the club Marquis of Queonsbury How sooiv I would want about three months to train in nd Sullivan would like inoro and TJTTC WASHINGTON HACKS WASHINGTON April At thn Runnings course tho weather was fine and traok good All apes six liock won Onward sec ond Flora Jt third Timo Handicap threeyear olds and upwards 1 mile brank Ward second Polman It is bohoved that Tho Groeley Homostcud poits from tho Floods CHATPAQUA N Grcoloy homo stead built by Horuw Oroeloy in 1851 ivas de stroyed by flro this morning Since Mr Grooleys deatli tho houso had been owned by Jliss Gabriello Greeley hlfi only surviving child Miss Grcoloy was in rioiwuntvilto attonding church at tho time Tho Ire made rapid progress urn tho ser vants were compelled to paving much property will cover tho loss TIJK LOUtJUlT T April contributions tho re lei firnd amount to nearly Only the riUes of immediate want ure yet holng rolioyod and no ono is ftliowod to suitor Tho general re pairs will begin soon Many bogus claims of Alleged vlctims have been exploded ANOTUKU BKKAKS If April levee twelve miles east of this phieo which protects tho riohost this tmrish from overllow broke It is foaml that tlw lowor country will bo inundated in a short whilo MAYEUSVTLLK WATER April telephone mos 4wv from Mnyewvlfte just rccolved announces thfit tho mirrounding country has been flowri by a suddon rlo in Stoeles Canyon 1 ho eoplo moving out of thoir residonces and takinrefuge in tho gin housos Tho water is over three feet in tho Signer levels of tho town and rising fast MOttE 11A1N8 TALL ORWAJW April received pport that wfthln tho past two days un WvyrHins havo fallen throughout tho Lower Mississippi ill the Tonsas Quucbito Jvncl Rod Rlvor valleys generally accompanied by severe winds A STEAMER ASHOliK L April aTho from La Kochello for iSew York with a cargo probably of wine wout jwhore on tho bar this morning in n fog Tho captain re towllow lifosavors onboard A wrecking steamer has been called from Missionaries Oppose Morrows Bill NEW YOTVK April of tbe Board of Foreign Missions of the Presbyterian Church the American Uoixrd the Episcopal Board the American Baptist Mis sionary Uulon tho Missionary Society of the tbe Methodist Church tho American Bible So oletv Evangelical Alliance and of Friends met yesterday in this city to consider tbe Chinese mitnnoratlon bill now before the Raiuvte with reference to its bearing upon missionary svork and property W China Ihe of tho meetiud was strongly opposed to the bill THE BUCKET SHOPS AHEAD Handicap won third Tlran Threoyonr olds and upwards six Shotovor won Kina A second Faustina third Tiino Threoyear old and upwards 1 mile and a six Maid won Boss second bypsy King third Timn olds and upwards 1 mile ana a ftir loim live cload heat between Jim Murphy and Basslnlo In In the run oil Uftflsiulo won Time T1IK DAY AT NEW OHIEANS April wnnn partly cloidy truck sloppy Six won Lula Li second SkoboloII third Time Five Annio won Iremont second Rosa Pearl third Time IrOfiU Handicap 1 mile and sovonty Clare won Orrnle second JDyer third Timo Twoyoar olds half a Brown won Monte Rosa second Katrina third Timo t Five won Miss Francis secotul Captain King third Timo his scut and it much agninSt friends jiidgmbnt but lid spoko with trio hone of a day Doming should a full and the eyes of tho wiUch over all who wore mixed up in that very misty Js now drawing nil tho lonsfi J have it from a friend that a suh plolon which at HUB trial hut which nevui to tliosurfncfi that another woman who was jealous of Mark Puttison to whom Dllkcwns was at the bottom of the whole She was tho author of some anonymous which and was tho prompter of Mrs Crawford m her story This woman openly acknowledged on the witness stand that she did nt earn knew she wiis an adulteress fqr thing she was to bo 1roo from hot loathcsomo and somewhat agea husband The fact is that Dtlkc must the front There is no man to tnke his Jhamberlain was his rival but ho proven a disappoii mont Lahoucliore lead Mm Radicals but isncvnr tnkon must be some man in sympathy with Rulers and who can hold the elements together and stand against Balfour in tho Bilkeis for Home Rule the strongest man in tho empire on the foreign question Ho isbrojid in his domestic policy Gladstone has never lost in him and tho to a man would chew him if lie took his sent to morrow Publishers aro eager for his books and the pooplo road the papers quote from them Ho has coikluclod liimshlf modestly and people admire himwho do not believe lus theory of conspiracy which is7iow thoroughly accepted by tins best peopleof London JVilko has done nothing in his own defense and refused to social invitations which como in upon him His social vindication is very near at hand and tliciilio tsiko nnnie dhto rank with all other Kn glisb statesmen It is probable within three months that twentyleading English Liberals havu requested Dilko toroeutor public lite IDEAS TJic Minister at Berlin Treated With Great Impending European War JJismaruk and WASHINGTON April San Chronicle The visit to the capital of Whileiaw Mi ulster lo France has boun a matter of more consequence than such events usually arc Mr Reid hud business here He wants to know one ort wo things about domestic politics am incidentally to person with tho Secretary of State the foreign situation Although Mr persistently declined to be interviewed he not to tnlk very freelyto friends whohC discretionhe Roid war is impending nnd thatall desrie the friendship of the United hc thinks nccounts for the very njiusual degree of intimacy which exists between the father and son and oir Minister Count Herbert Waiter Phelps there was a distinct m diplomatic circles j said Mr event offliis sorl means A a bow hns its current vnluc Then Count Hismarck was for membership in the Fencing cLiibof Bisnmrcks were oonstuiltly seeti WASUINGTOX April the Senate it wns ordered Mint lomorrow being Good Friday the adjournment lodny shall be until Saturday Ulair nt his own request was excused From further service on tho Committee on Public Linuls and PettigViMV wis appointed in his place Dhiir introduced a bill to regulate the compen sation of laborers employed by the Government fixins the lowest wages at a dny Referred TlieVicePresidentannounced tliathe expected to be absent several days next week was chosen President pro took ine oatn of onice and assumed the duties The Montana contested election case wns taken up ns unfinished business and Gray resnmed his argument insupportof of Grays argument wns against the of tho m votes cnst in one precinct in Sliver Bow county To vote for the resolution ot the majority would be he said to violate the most traditions of America history and American liberty TTe Uainst the puttinp of the odious mark o the bar Bpiiisier on the State of Montana thus early in her CH j Jite matter then went over Hills were ijassed for appropriating for ftpubiic building at Leadville to reorgan nnd establish the CustoniR district of Puget skAvart ns a question of persona privilege said that he hnd been credited by the newspapers with having introduced yesterday a bill to regulate the manuFnctum and sale ofalagcr beer He had in trorlucftd no such bill and knew nothing bout it bill was introduced by benator next amendment providing r e upon present constitution WHS 04 vote recurring on tho passage of the bill the Democrats refrained from voting One read s case the constitutionality of the rules allowniK 1 10 Rwaker to count a quorum It had been intvsidod whenUie Premier look hlfi pi chplo mivtic life of all the powers were invilM him Phclps to account for these things This cordial fraternixotiqn between Pcpub and Jmperialist is owing to wo causep The llrst is that Mr Phelps after fiiiishpd education in America went to Germany to the Herbert Bismarck was a pupil at there the acqunintance began resulted so favorably for It our Minister to get at the real head of the German Government whenever he chose a thins thatna never existed before Mr Phelps will to do very much toward the rcinovnlof restrictrojin noon American he will probably bo able to havo the tation of American meats and lard rescnided Ghere Is n good deal of interest irtanife to what possible Phelpsand Two Criminals Who Deserve Ijynching Several Murders Re Army Officers Son With a Diamond Thiel U1The bill was yeas 129 nays I Mr Buckn Speaker counting a quorum Adjourned NOTES FROM THTCAPITAL WOULD AMEND THE PACIFIC FUNDING bill to amend the census law by pro idinV for an ounumeration of the Chinese popu lation was read with thoSenateamcndinftnls Illli said that there was a demnnd from the Pncine coast that there should be some identifica tion of tho Chinamen there and whqhnd a right tn the Chinamen con stoalinginto the United States self would have been willing to go farther nnd the way of Chinese exclusion than the bill went Thenmendmentsof the committee a 11 in the direction of making the bill less and he feared the committee had gone too for the Census Com mitteelo report a bill which had nothing to do witli Mie municipnl police and international The bill provided penal statutes a class of people residing in the United Stales by reason of treaty rights cause of complaint ccyeramcnt a overnment considered within tbe fnnuly 01 Canons of civilized government with which the Government of the United States had solemn treaties and a matter with which the American people had important and valuable commercial relations If the question of Chinese exclusion VeS be reopened it should be done in a nroporway and rest under theslmm nnd inock rvof taking a census The Census Committee had to the House m reporting what heregarded as the most outrageous bill over sent the Senate The trade withOhina was ex Charges Against the Judiciary to Be In vestigated Tlve Cigar Men Propose a Tariff Cur rency April A dinner was given nt the WhSto House hist niglit by the in honor of Win telaw Reid Minister to France WHAT THE UNION PACIFIC WAXTR The House CommiUoe on Paclttc Railroads heard furtlicr statomonts by Moorotleld Story for the Union Pacific supplemontnl President Adamss and inclndinp flR urcs which he line promised to fllo with thfi con mittnc RIOTY fiulriniUfid a copy of tho bill to fund the Roveriimcnt liulcbtedHHRS ot Pacific roads conUuning the amcnnmmtf od bvrrosiflcnl Adnms to meet case of acific Tho changes of coiisnqncnce NEW YORK April TRTBTWE San Francisco Chronicle Thojiins Cur ran a young man of 22 tottered up the steps of tho Now York Hospital in the osuly hours of Sunday morning and tola the particulars of a dastardly outragn of which he had just become victim Botli oyos worrt closed and lids wore burned in a shocking mannov by vitriol He had been painted with thn liquid a hours previously while in a drunken sleep The sight of one is gono and foars aro outer tainod thnt lift will loso the other Ho charges crime ngninst a man known as Gingor TilcNulty a saloonkeeper who suspected Gnrmn of giving information against him 10 thepohco who closed his saloon McXulty camo x Curran s housi to sUiy all night and nskcd Currau to go for a walk They mot a couple of friends ana went in to have 1 drink nnd finally got Curran drunk and lie wont to sleep in the saloon bad Curran fallen asleep when the men got a mug of vitriol and a paintbrush Whilo oiu of tho men held tho mug tho other took tho brush and painwd his left eye and check wilh the liquid Tho liquid did not bur very quickly and the sleeping man did not move TDCII having eftect ually tlustroved sight of one tjiey pro ceeded to paint tho oilier side of tho face and hid covorod tho right cheek when Curran awoke The acid begun to burn him and he danced around tho room in fearful agony nally lie reached tho hospital but little could be done for him THE WOIUv OF TWO HUUTKS KATONTOWX N April TmnrrsK Dis Francisco Gfironicto This town is intensely oxcitod over one of the most brutal crimes committed in this section of the State James Rorewell who resides at Mag noiin Valley near this place was awakened from his slumbers this morning about 1 oclock by knocking at his door Rosewell got np tiiP Union Pacific ftrc thn Tho changes aboliWoi of Central Pacific so as to fund half of the for the first ten voarsand thereby the amount of tbe tirst with a correspond ing increase in the ullinme payments CHARGES TUmCIAHT The HouseCommittee on the Tudiciary np a subcommiUeo to visit Alalmma and ing Son them Stivtes and make an inves of the alleged improper action of court otflcersin instituting prosecutions without rea son fof the purpose of It s also charged thia sentences m crimma have wi on of law to OOSS1DIO oplOJir I IHIM wore discussing for two hoirsvthe day the latter resigned The Department been prnUy fully advised ns to the subjects in ouostion The Prince wanted to know nrst what this PanAmerican and secondly the purpose of the United States in strengthcJiing her navy so Jlc was told thnt of the meeting had been forth calling it and that the purpose of iii her navy wns to be able to ciuvy out fully any treaty sho mightraalco with other of the unusual Prince Hisnmrukto Mr Phelps there is a mani fest disposition by the heads of nowers lo be particulariy civil to The renson is easy to see In the cventof n war it would be very convenient to have ports to put into for refitting and obtaining supplies PROHIBITION IN IOWA Chicago Board of Trado Dotcc 1 tiTcs Are Outwitted CHICAGO April Francisco bucket shops their flght with the Board of the first day undorthe order ciittlug off all quotations from out yet the prices and Quotations were EMINS NEW DEPARTURE Ho is Chained with Stanley Interviewed X April Do Winton who wns connoetod with the Emm Pasha relief com raittee is indlgnnut with Kmin for onteting the German service nnd declares that he has in his possession letters from written whilnho was in tho inlottor of Africa in which Emin begs to bo rosouod Sir Francis thathe regards Kmin as a man absolutely devoid of gratitude and goiiorosity Stan lev cables action as a proof that lio has recovereil from his accident T wish him bon voyage The gospol of enterprise is spread T The Tunes corrosnondeiit nt Cairo says In an intorviev with Stanley ho Emin has had both English nnd German oflices and ho cannot boblamed it ho thought tho German oilices Things have gone unfortunately awry sineo Emin returned it is likely that mattors were misroprosontcd during his illness It he wins over the Arabs ho will add to his reputation and not hurt thoEnglish interests Still tho Germans cannot be too cautious in their natural desire to secure triule routes I have heard of no action either by tho Germans or by Emin that would chill my sympathy with them Emms soreness and was unneces April Pasha accuses the Consul of falsely describing him as tho plaintiff In tlie Tippoos case the real philntill boinc Stanley Emin it appears is mistaken in thU the real plaintiff being tho Committee Tbe general belief is that the poli ticians here aro making a cntspaw of Emin A Chinese Exodus r YORK April Over sixty China ics in this city and by way of British Columbia late lost evening anda still larger com will At Is said soon follow them The reasonof this sudden exodus is said four of persecution from the association to laundrymen whose latelyformed plan of Bi Francisco Chronicle nee Hismarck is reported to have remarked Kaiser AMlhelm had executed a strange change in persons Ho had madn the best generalin Ins nrroy tns Chan collorof the Empire turned his Chan cellor into a general f It is stated horo that the fruit of M Jules Simons visit to liorlin and his cordial reception there will bo thoabolition of the harassing pass port system which the established on the frontierof Alsace and Lorraine AiigsbTg lias conforrecl the freedom of the city upon Prince Bismarck t TORY OPPOSITION TO BALFOUllS BILL Dunux April Francisco Chronicle Irish land purchase billmeets with vnry pointed criticism from tho Irish Tory organ of this city the Jiiblin Jfoflifss This journaldticlnros that tho chiei Pranblsoo sixty China men have sold their laundries in this city and left In a body for Hongkon to be a of whit campaign Is diroctccl against them The Rhode Island Election PROVIDEXCE April The next Legisla ture as far as chosen stands Republi cans 21 bemocrats 11 to be chosen 4 liopnbllcans 24 Democrats 25 to bo chosen 25 Tho Governor and general oflicors will bo thrown into tho Loglslaturo and 5o votes are needed to assure a majority Tvo Spokane Failures April E Jackson Liabilities carriages also failed It regards it as an unwise and illconsidered measure in which tho aim of the Tories to con ciliate tho people has been considerably over shot The powers of the land it dcclnres over the fund iif defined by UIP measure are very arbitrary The provisions of lialfours scheme tho declares might bo worked largely for merely political purposes and in that case it continues the result seriouslv disappoint the of this plan This prolest must be regarded as a cry of fear from the Tory laud owners who desne to keep the tenants under and are scared by anv sort of concession to them oven when proposed by their own representatives in c Government i looks as if the obstinacy of these people would balk the Gmeiumont in Usefforts to miike a pre tonse of lesislatiug for the gond of Ireland and would thereby confirm and the progress of theLiberals toward to power FKKKTS PATKIOTIC WORDS April TRUUIKK Sin A prominent Politician GiveSHis View of the Situation WAsniNGTON April an interview today regarding the antiprohibition movement in lowu First Assistant PostmasterGenerar Clark son said The prohibition law has seven years of trial and while it proved an admirably for the agricultural counties and snmllcr towns it has failed lo find public opinion force it in the larger cities and in counties on peoo neve permit nnrty hns never been united on the Ab manv ns llfty or sixty thonsnnd Republicftns oj bit they wcnr along with the party willing see the experiment iricd hnsbwn triofi snven years and failed tlievinMSt that the law be amended give prcMbitlon to SO per cent of lown whercpublic oninion favors and enforces it but that some lentplatform will not be fucccssful omperof the Iowapeople to be silenVon any niIPS on The present Legislature should in my modify the law ns demanded byexpor nonVottiid actiuil trial The suggestion for mother vote on the constitutional amendment does not meet the question Seven years oLexpor iienLhouIdbe followed byaction Besides I do not believe it right to vote anything of cx wrimeitnl ohuracter into tho Constitution A peoplf wish to reach uch will be nearest right n ml most repressive of the Liquor tnifflo and if p6ssible destruciive of ii but com mon cnse must rule in tlus as m all Fnuicisco Chronicle Miles Ferry yes terday in addressing the chUdron at the Alsnce Lorraiue Associntion a speecli which has attracted considerable attention Ue enjoined the children to remain always faithful to the sacred cause of the BEHXHARBT Sarah Hernhardt has wrirtciito Ihe Arclibishop of Paris to ask him whether he objected to a pre sentation of the Passior Play iu winch she pro poses to take part on The Archbishop has nvcn no direct reply to this question but moreTv hinted in his answer his disapproval of tho scheme Tickets for the perfonvwmceare Celling rapidly KUSSIAX STUDENTS April curator of to calm trio excitement among the students uut with no success A detachment of police was therefore placed on duty at tho While the arrests of at the Academy and Academy of made bodies of tossacks iaiid sur rounded the buildings movement has no connection with politics is chiefly the out comoof discontenfarising from the and new university statutes the party on ncconntVofrjrohibi tion nnd relief in the way ofa modification present law The Female Crusaders FAIIJUNGTON April citeincntis still at a fever heat mprmng the ladies ngainVent to the Be station four to meet o staton our m they found no Deer liave yet been and that any will be until the buyers sue Tor s Twa saloons were closed The Chicago Plumbers plumbers tmsert that they raiipenieut wherebyi in case the masters do yn concede totlieirdcmands soon shop with cose tion of j THE FEEBLE ere ont iheritv wa4s demantledandJdeclare 10 per ceatf divj to Franceri wives of to an be tor France for the con tracts for which there wius much com petition and there was 110 necessity why mt government and people should be insulted affronted and degraded bj such measures mile stated that the object of the bill was to ry out the settled policy of the Government shown by legislation in excluding Chinese orers from coming into the United States That was its only Unless some such bill were passed hundreds and thousands of Chinese would come fro n month to month and from year lo year as they were nowcoming The object of the bill was to pre matter thenwont over until MMitchell gave notice of severalamendments which he would offer to the bill Monday After executive session adjourned House WASHINGTON April petition from the England Shoe and Leather Association st the imposition of a duty upon hides and KM us ordered prin ted in the Record The eadingqf the petition was received with applauco V the Democrats The Semite bill was passed to enable the Secrc ary rf the Treasury to gather full ami authentic uJormationas to the present condition rvjvtionof the fur seal interests of the Covern nentinthe region of AhiskK as compared with fe condition in 1870 also fullinfonnation as to he impending extinction of the sea otter in concurrent resolution was agreedI to he President to invite from time to with any government with vhioh tho United States may have diplomatic to the end that any differences or dis mtes arising between the governments which Sinot be adjusted by diplomatic agency may resolution was adopted calling on the Presi dent for copies ot tho correspondence between ho United States and Mexico relating to the seizure at Tampico of the schooner Rebecca in 1SA billwas passed authorizing the Secretary of YVartodelivcr totheStnteof Colorado the nags arnedby the Colorado regiments A bill was the articles of war so as to provide that when punishment on conviction of a military offense is left with a courtmartial the punishment in time of peace sliall not be in excess of tho limit prescribed by bill amending the articles of wii sons to provide that no person shall be tried r min shed by courtmartial for desertion in pence more than twoyears arraignment unless the person shall in the meantime have absented himself from the resumed consideration of the C1THKENCY FOB TJJE The House Committee on Banking and Cur further discussed the objfiot of frnctlonal currency for use in the K Ihc Rrihcommittec reported that the Postn Genern did not regnrd the proposition with fa vor He preferred something on the hnpliMi ss tern of miikinK by postmaster post age stamps aflixedto a card A TOBACCO SCHKBTJtE mnnnfacturers who made an arRu mBnt in opposition to the tobacco Chancy ano wan knowing Chancy quite well opened the door and cie of thenew bill today fl cd ho commitleo a substitute schedule winch will be acceptable to them It is intended any able for wrapers Senator Brices Purchase FORT WAYKE lud April Senator Calvin S Brice president of the Lake Erie fc Western raiT wav it is announced has purchased the Fort WaVne Cincinnati A Louisville on his personal account and not for the Lake Erie Western THE CHAMBER DIRECT ORB Treastiror Ad vertisingthe CityMiscellaneous The Board oCDiMctors of the Chnmbcr of Com merce mot in regular session Just night vfcePrcsideut Frod Simon in the chair present Culmcr Donnellan Spen cer Wanthind and the secretary Minutes of the last meeting were read and approved NEAT MBMBBKS Thp following gentlemen were elected to mem T Downey W H Charles of the He emphasized the nssertion that tho n ion made to the hill was Mormonism in Idaho were chWd He knew that some Mormons were good men but ns an organization the Mormon church WMaSCnquircd why the gentleman had not voted todisf ranch ise the Mormons of Wyoming perkins replied that the question was not pre sented lo the committee As far as he knew there were no polygnmists in Wyoming out if herbwerfe they would be disfranchised under hf Edmunds lie believed m the disfran ohiscmcnt of the Mormonson account of t ices and teacbingsof their It was for the House to say whether it won d crown with its approval tho criminal organ ixatiou known OP the iStterday Saints would patriotic people of Idaho that they Groesbeck Lannan D Hobbs William Babcock D James J W Sullivan E P Sears and A M Janes This is the number of members ever taken in at any time since its organization and includes of the active and enterprising Sntlpmen who constitute the recent acquisitions fo Sal Lake Citys representative business men This makes a total of fiftyone new members who have actually joinedthe Chamber since the 24th day of The electionofa treasurer Torthe ensuing year being in order Major George M Downey was placed in nomination There being no other nominations tho secretary was instructed to thevote ot the board lor Mr Downey who accordjiigly declared ejected and the secretary instructed to inform him of his election as ho did sotwo men burst in on him and one of them felled him to the lloor with a club Mrs ilosewell wits arousedby thenoise ana immediately got up and wont down stmrs to asccrtnin what had occurred As sho reached the bottom of tho stairs sho was thrown down by one of tho men and abused Rosewell hnd some what recovered from the effects of the blow irom the club and seeing his wife to rise up and go to her assistance Tie was struck down and a revolver was held at his bond while the men at his side in turns outraged his wife The menstayed about an hour in ana before leaving tied Kosewells with ropes They then left the1 threaten jng their victims that if they made any return and murder them Mrs Eose wefl finally recovered consciousness and man aged to crawl to u neighbors house to tell the terrible story immediately went to tho house nud released rf messenger was dispatched to JSatontqwn fol menJcalftRsiktanCHi The womans condition u very low Rosewell knew the menand thwr names Callnghan and Buckley who wen arrested A crowd of several hundred collectet around the jail last night threatening lynching A JTANDTOHAKD CrucAGO April ex citinq handtohand encounter for WCOO wortrt ot diamonds occurred today in a room at the Palmoc House A young man registered Sunday under the nnroe of Ralph Alien Today he sent to several jewelry stores asking that some diamonds be sent for inspection saying that he was mid up with a sprained ankle Salesman Bigler was sent from Hyman t tq make inquiries and found Allen ap parently all right Hb was stilt suspicious however and when he returned with the gems had a portor stationed outstac tno roomdoor After discussing the proposed pur chase several moments Allen grasped a heavy oano and felled Bigler to the floor The salesman struggled up and grappled with tbe ruffian meanwhile yelling to the porter iho latter however lost his wits and when Allen broke away and ran down the ball allowed nnn lo net past To persons who attempted to stop Alien he shouted Catch that insane man and pointed back j TimekeeperDregg wns not fooled however and captured Allen Papers found on his person in dicate that he came from Washington and that possibly his right nnmc is George A Pierce He refuses to disclose his identity saying that this first time be was everin trouble and cbarg iiic it to liquor He does not want bis folks to Icnbwit Salesman Bigler has a severe ecalp wound but is not seriously hurt TWO NEGTIOES SAVANNAH April Hicks and Robert JfcCoy both colored were hanged at HomervilJc today for the murder of William Hughes and wife an aged white couple last ENDED HJSLASTSPREK SAN DIEGO April R Alexander a son of General B S Alexander US wound up a spree toljiy by poisoning himself with strychnine HELENA Mont morning a dis venutable colored woman was found on Cloud street horribly mutilated A Chinaman was last seen to leave tho womans at Inn speed up the street and disappearing intoa Urt house The police failed to identify him undarrestcd all the inmates of the house num bering over thirty A MYSTERIOUS AFFAIR w Ainsworth The special committee bavins in chnrse Uie publication of copies of the pain lilet of Salt Lake City and surrounding wns coin nueO with instraotlons to immediately secure bids for the publication of the same The secretary as a member of the Committee aiidnilnre reticent about the affair rcgnrded as mysterious ETRAUDS ARRKST REPORTED PAKIP Mnrch A story is published papers here that Eyraud was arrested yesterday Korte Mexico The French police cei wonTd bo denied admission until they took into fe Jowsbip men guilty of bigamy and polygamy Stewart spoke in support of the bill and denounced the practices of the Mormon church The constitution of Idaho was m line with the presented the claims of his on groundsof popula anddcyojpn to American cw Mexico as much eniitled to SUtehood as the great States gcently added or those Territories which it 1 was now proposed to admit alw Pa opposed the IdahoConstitution e K outlawell members of a certain s the compulsory educa feature of the constitution while denouncing the practice v thought theconstitution invaded ipirmi of religious belief Sprr snid th majority of on Territones framed the Idaho bUl in such a way as tp secure partisan legislation instead to brin a state into the benubUshed in full were adopted by the board One other back to thecommittee for further The fourthproposition of andthe r s n beitakm person voting ther side disfrauobislng the Mormons EdmanasrTuckerlaw of were disf to an illustrated Salt Lake Gity and have publifihed of the same for immediate The matter of advertising Salt Lake City And Utah1 thoroughly in certain leading cities was re ferred to the Committee on Advertising THE Acting President Simon and Secretary Gillespie were a resolution urging an Sy and favorable action of Congress toward making a and of the Worlds Fair to be Chicago in In respouse to theinvitation of the Jnmaica International Exhibition 1891 the secretary vras instructed to acknowledgeireceipt of same and requesting advertising matter Salttake City and Utah STATISTICS The Communication of Jones of this city to of Commerce was to the secretory with instructions to conferf utthcr with Professor Jones concerning the same This communication is from professor Sesin bis capacity as special expert of the Treas urytDepartmcnt of of and sked of of Commerce that it pre Territory BESXABOB OMUnTCBAI WTAWH submitted suggestion in an claim 10 have official knowledge of the arrest The Bible in Politics WAsurasTOK April The Befbrmed Confer ence organization formed for the of bringing religion into tbe settlement of political and State affairs today adopted a platform de claring in favor of employing the of the Bible in tbe settlement of public affairs the of the name of tfie Supreme Being Constitution The platforra also approved the Blair Sunday rest oilJ and all measures agtinst gambling pool selUngand the liquor 11 committee reported that a call made upon the President who Wndly The President they reported that for good reasons he did not wish to be compiled to make a response to their address forth the obiects of and added that Us objects were so complicated that it would require time for their consideration New Hampshires Governor 111 CONCORD April At a meeting of Governors Council yesterday an official com aE ell r tbe purpose of i making Hbwmlnera wealth snd ihecommi munication was to President D Arthur cartof the Senate reciting that Governor was incapacitated by ill health for the of his duries and requesting the gubernatotial Affliction Is Our Gain OTTAWA April advices from Cal gary indicate that 2500 Momon are ezpebted from Ufcib this spring to join the Mor nion colony itt Creek Northwest Territoiy A White Ijead Tnwt ALBANY April of maSctunnPg white lead solidated under the name of the NationaJ Oil Company of New York captUl i Doiu Pedro illneei is not   

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