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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - April 5, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                If yon want House Rooms or Servants patronize the Want Columns of The Tribune The total circulation of The Tribune last week waa over PRICE FIVE GENTS UTAH SATURDAY VOX NO 15 REMOVAL Jl Efforts in His Behalf Will IABLISLE TO SUCCEED SENATOR BECK can this year at least substitute for tho peach crop rtosolittioris were adopted declaring that there already an overproduction of certain products the grangers pro Congressional for the irriaiion of Western lauds denouncing the adiiltfraiion food products favoring the ex Ln Alcohol5c Investigation to Be Hat Trim minff CaseAliens to be Excluded From the Navy M i r i Government control of riiilroaii htislntss and national lttion against trusts combinations and in or gambling in farm products Farm Mortgages Foreclosed MAYH LANDING N April misfor tune which has come upon the farmers at the town of Germania causes excitement all over southern New Jersey Over forty families are now homeless Sheriff Johnson of Atlantic county hns sold within the days JOO farms to satisfy mortgages which have been fo eeloM d One runner WUK evicted George KiIB JUs m s fortune miidn him and home and burned it to tlie ground d it in the Another faninr Ired VV s e in his house and announced his intention u keep or Thn farms and land belonged tr the G ouctcr Land Company which wns thrrt he or leased the Laud Company which was unab e the the Colwell estate THE CRIMES OF THE DAY Wyoming Thieves Get Away Two Hundred Head bv the gentleman from Missouri Tt was time to talk of the COM of pensions He well remembered the day when the cost wax not th Government was prodigal of money and of blood when the motives which brought menun TiiffiUNK UTIUKAU Kocirteenth strctc WASHINGTON D April 4 ISM nnvi received here today from Salt Lake ig into the chances for the retention of fly rues as Indian at the Utuhih gency Colonel Kynies was removed on tho of charges which warranted tho drnlnlstmtion In taking summary action His uccesscr wns named that day when the noui Oiitlon of Kobfirt WaiiKh was sent to the Senate hitter is from Iowa and his nomination Is to have bwn secured through the of Senator Allison was cmillrmed on of March and his commission will prob Jy be issued in a few diiys Senator Paddock made some inquiries today to ficerlnin if there were any possible chance for h retention of Colonel but he found that t was too late o do anything in the direction jid that if It not Colonel puld not be retained under any possible combi latlori of 8KNAT01C JIKCKH IlKHtOMATION WA8HINOTON April i 4111 Francisco Chrmndc Series rumored psignation of Senator of Kentucky is no urprise to those who have known the condition i his health for the last year or more He is suf Bring from a complication of diseases which the and since last spring after o miel e o which hurl a mnrltvian of Ihe land 1 ho and the proceedings followruL Oil in British America April Dominion Govern ment will shortly organize an expedition headed by American experts to explore the oil regions in he far north MM Athabasca Professor If indications are Correct Can AN EXAMPLE OF MOUTHFUL DEPRAVITY Two Lads Attempt to Wreck a Train Coucli Crippled For Bond Forgers Cap Denver Kobbery looked uixn a rebel The gentleman from Missouri had cried hnlfc but the time for a halt had not come and would not come until reason able provision was made for the needs of soldier of the country The country needed the NEWS FROM MANY LANDS only be part of tin oil hearing country TCHICAGO WRANGLE A WOKUVS JTATK MKETfNG THAT WAS NOT ENTlKEfY April Dispatch San Ifnxnolsoo informa tion from Lofcan county is to the effect that the killing of Terry llatneld on Saturday niRhl last was the result of a chance with Leo and his friend and was not attributable to tho wellknown feud Lee who shot Hattleld did not represent the McCoy faction as escaped s ceive as much credence as that of an ofhcer Ihe neuron system jnust continue until the laM soldier who served his comury in the war was in favor of y Dolliver and Flower N the private Troublous Times for the Autocrat of the Russias certainly and those of other European countries nrohablv in size and i plies used bv the United States army under thn provisions of the Bowman nct was mninly on points ot qrdcr Pending ic ion the committee rose nncl the House took a recess The evening session was for tbe con sideration of private pension bills MORE NIHILIST PLOTS DISCOVERED iScrious Trouble in Finland Pre dictedDueling Prohibited iu the German Army Unless Necessary Russia Will Appropriate the Turkish Loan CnicAGO Francisco Chronicle Brand jury were invcstiatini a startlliicaw of pravity Jt was presented to them bj The Northwestern road The company had bee annoyed for some lime by the the of 1 r nieces of iron from their shops and in Lt stationed an olBcer at Palatine to discovca Mrs McCreas Illness LOXDON April DispatchSan Francisco Chronicle McOren is still very ill at Savoy Hotel Green being inter viewed snid in a blustering manner that his wife was not ill at all but afterwards admitted thai she would return to America as soon as travel Green is negotiating for a scat i the Stock Exchange and declares that ho will never go back to America GORMAN WILL WALK THE PLANK StnrCliambcr 1rocoiMllnprs CharRod ARftlnsfc a Certain Scono of ConfiisionJJoara of Directors Noml ntitod On the night of December IBth aswitch slivnd ing a little outside of the city was turner t and a flight trainhad a narrow escape from sen o us wreck Tho guilty parties were not until afterward when on a rliscoYorfu uiiiii i ghl they tired two through the aWoodstock passenger train THE BETIBEMBNT OF THE MABT BOSS DE3IAKDED Tim rTiiawjn when soino irnMiMum of jniinr has bcon under I hdoctors dexmenin public life Ills family is urging him rL d o Therefore made up afemii say there doubt of Mr Carlisle to tho fcnatc In case Mr Heck should resign ft CAUA O IlK Bport f lh Judge AdvocateUeneral I regard will prolmbly hn suhmltUd omorrmv It Is expected the Secretary w Hke immediate nolion H Is supposed that both JoCalla and will bo oourtmartuUod IN TIIK NAVY House Committee on Naval Affairs has di n favorable report on tho bill to prevent ho enlistment rf nlUms In thn navy THK SirilrtOHirTIONH on the Worlds Fair CIIICAOO April Tho stockholders of the ChiciiRo Worlds Fair Association representing half a million shares or each mot at Buttery Armory this morning for An hnmonso crowd wna present As fast ns tho clerks approved the papers showing the bearers or proxies had paid 2 percent upon subscrip tion they received certificates Previous to tho tho meeting printed tickets bearing opuiiiiRo of prominent who it was iuJuested wore well fitted to become directors of association were passed around Jt was ex pUlmd that this was merely in of si wfloii for Miebennflt of holders who had oth acciiniliitiineeor tlie necOKsnry nients were returned ag being llxed at TIIKA WKKK IN A METlTiY 5IOOD MOUNT VKIINON N April excitement prevailed in thu yi tliis iiioriiliiRovor the that a old internet had been made Lo assassinate J Clevelands Frlond AVill be Thrown Ovor boarcl and tlio Maryland Democracy Bc geneiatoaA Sensation hi Politics April DispatchSan Francisco ClironMc mention is made iu the direct from Petersburg of the reported attempt on tbe Czars life Whether yesterdays news of the Czars sudden illness and later ol his fainting fits is bond Jldc or is put to cover the actual fact of a partially successful attempt to possibly by poison CJiunot bo known with certainty now but there is no question that the nihilists still harbor mur derous intentions and are constantly watching for au opportunity to assassinate biui niSTimnANCKs IK RUSSIA LONBON April from St ieJersburg rcaftlrm the repors of the serSus condition oC affairs are closed by the Government St jUtacke and the smallest resources and Austria wishes to regain the standing voluntarily lost at Paris by sending a really superb exhibit Newspaper Men Exempted K April Dispatch San Knincisco Chroniclt Assembly committee has docided to report favorably the Rhodes bill exempting editors editorial and reporters regularly employed on dam m w s Vfrom jury duty AS a rule newspaper excused Sute heuig is to subiecthem to the aunoyauce nud icmlenience of court at where thev must spend an hour or two in ing to reach the judge merely to be cscuted in he end Under tlie Old Law NEWPORT R April supplementary election here tomorrow will be under the old votinsvstem not under the new ballot law The aw enacted last week making the newba lot law apply to supplementary elections reached the Secretary of too lain lOECORD OF A Disastrous Break in the Sississipp noth was chosen to Investigate am t wnfi The Worlds fulr nuviutger lelegraphod to furnish tho re liiirfd infortrifitloii IOHTAOK ON The House Joinmittee on nnd Post loads ha a report on HI to tlx the rate of postage on periodical mibl uVtlons print or roprint o books it nukes the rate ihivt of thirdclass A CONHTlTirTlOKAl A M K K D M BNT The Judichuy Committee voted to rn to Constitution pmvidlng or of United States Senators directly iy the people AN COMMISSION T Taylor from I ho Committee on Alcoholic ike up a wood ticket and live blank spaces werelefttobe tilled in In the behe that the imHtlnir would make the board cousust of fortj dissatisfaction was soon devel oped KxMfiynr Harrison moved Unit the num ber of directors hn increased to seventylive so that the iioorman would secure the oarcl was followed by Kcshvg who Wide a great sensation when ho oponly rhanrod staruhambor proouuflings and tho I adMson prepared by the South Side street r ilway and National Iforctgn mtioimlities had been overlooked The n had boen honored with two names and to Irish with one lln deplored the attumpt to forco forty star namns on the city and seconded Harrisons motion Victor K Lawson moved as an amondmont that tho number of directors be fortyllvn A vas uiiNatisfnctory and a formal was called for Then timu was con sumed by Thomits a today imported tlio Hnnsc I ho i trreo P n bv the providing lor b a po in moiit of an alcoholic liquor tranic The report of the committee says of people for a InnK Uiim ave lesiml an honest impartial and gation of tluliquor trnfflo in a II its phase lofnronools made lo the by a similar in Knglnnd which had remarkable csults and warrants further investigation reports from dnmestlc ndlcatetha be trftllso CHUWH fourdfths of all the rime committed wastes onehalt of the ion of a year in K k I uMmcitaes mentally and physicn lly a a m Hon people for labor and MLIJMW threefourths of the paiiporlsm of tho rv responsible lor tho fearful Increase In liy and imbecility and does no good to any other hand these statements ure denied nul nronounecd to be hnllunlnntions of dlseasea Irains Therefore lot tho world know thetrutu f or fiilstty of these assertions Dull n a university report n oppos loi HP swvsthnt under tho terms of tho hill rhile the commissioners shall not ah belong to political party they may all ho prolnbl lonlsts Tho majority concedes that as no authority to regulate tho liquor tftr ilTl i ho States and it is a novo aontlwtlt shall Investigate a suhjijct powor to carry out by legislation tho Soommnndntlons thowunm sslon maintains that there is m the subject not already published H ha ieen imitated and discussed for forty years and 4 U nirinsiat to their ability and Intelligence 10 that the people are not informed upon the sVi Uryari spoko clomiently on the sub Icct of dissension Ho said Chicagos rivals would gloat over tho quarrels of this meeting Tho would know It mid the o t boasted unanimity would be n iculod JPina ly lhi noise became doafening A hundred stock oiders blRnud llltlo jumped on their chairs and nil wero talking at once tho vote tuknnltwftson thn motion to niofoaso tlie hoard of directors to Lost shores being for and against it Soli of Vta voters present then prepared a list of or t vo names and sent it up Vhim the in snppllnn was completed it was found that all tho nirtvimrneson the first printed list were nomi 1 at wl ami many more A ballot was then taken I Firposo of choosing fortyflvo of tho nom inees to net UK directors of the corporation Tincount of ballots was Ihushen late tonight W th thron notable exceptions tho readymado llVl of rrtv names was successful Those three woro Colonel George K Davis 1 W Doano and 1 X Leslor Groat snrpriso is expressod at thn oxCongressmnn Davis been leading part in tho attempt had iiuun Chivvis a wellknown of Mount T h sensational reports were clrculaUid jc gardlng tho shooting and it said that Gluyvlb find been shot down on the highway for the p pose of robbery On investigation it was learned that Chivvis accompanied y and lrowSr SmiU a wellknown carriage builder ojr Hoj York were out to dinner last niglit and that tho shooting occurred while they were returning home Ho nion a ninrry moot Chivvis says that he was shot on account of being mistaken for a burglar while attempting to enter llio house adjoining his own residence His con dition is serious DENVTUl STOLKN DFKVKH April thieves entered M J Mitchells iewelry store yostordayunnoticod and stole diamouds of of WASHINGTON April TniBinns Dispatch San DFrancisco Chronicle Senator Gor man who has been the boss of Maryland Bour bons and Confederates for many years and who has run tho politics of that State and especially of the city of Baltimore with a high to walk the plank politically speaking Todays which has for more than n qunr tcr of a century hoeu the organ of the ring Democracy of that State as represented by Go man created a sensation by coming out in etirBmentof The canvass of the votes cast to elect five more members to secure THREE GREAT SLUGGERS or Petersburg police He waHhrown to the lloor and kicked By his assail students declare the agitation is solely on account of educational matters Proof of this they assembled andsang God is greatly incensed because of the ciis turnanocs and has signified his tic 11 the higher public educational cstablish menis for a r Vltis feared however that a Ss dlcnoss will foster a growth of tho disaf NEWS CONCERNING JACK SOX AND CORBETT Tho Crippled In a Recent Tho SulllvauCorbott The New Orleans Kacos THE FLOOD SWEEPS EVIRYTfilNS A Night of Terror in a Submerged Butte Miner Crushed to men Killed in a Tunnel BXITTK April Special to THB TRI John R ONeill a miner in tbo Mount ain ConsoliduLcd mine was instantly killed tbvs mornins Ho was work on the 100foot liwel was waiting for the Ho carelosslj loaned back against thn bar across the mouth oV the shaft and was struck by the descending hurled into it and carried to the 500 foot level where the terrible nature of the accident dis covered His skull was crushed and his back broken ONeill was 28 years of npc and unmar ried He came here three weeks ago from Colo rado A MIGHT OF TKKHOU AUKAXSAS CITY April fearful wind and rain storm last wight threatened lo overthrow all the houses of Two churcho wore blown from ikeir fowndatjons Tho terrors of such a storm in a town covred by waterto v depth of eight to twelve feet call hardly be imagined TRK wonsT BUKAK The levee lust above above Catfish Point oke this inoruin and Into tonight the crevasse April man named Perdue ciuno from San Diego throe months ago where had perform the lastrUos over the bodyof his wife whose dea h gavn tho father tho care of two littleg rls third day aftorhls arrival Perduo loft to visit Manitouf This occurred three weeks ag o He has not been seen since and it is believed murdered for his money A CATTLT MAlT 01 bio leads and demanding the the politicians who have so long lived off the public and who have rotated in ever since Gorman has had control nd Tho action of the Situ is the result of on tho part of the Gorman Democrats that e ConSossman Compton who was ousted from a scat in the House shal be at poln led Treasurer of the State to succeed Aipher the defaulter The Sun as well as the leading teligun t bemooratsof says that un ess Gorman and his followers are thrown over board and the party immediately reorganized the orea will bejelegatecl to tho rear forever in of the State The of Gormanfrom Marv and politics mnansJho retirement of one oHho most conspicuous liemocrats in the coun try and one of thostrongest friends of St There isno dortt that he posi tion of this newspaper will bring a SSSlutlon in MarylaU it is the most powerful 5 nstrumont of the State THE SWIFT t s that the OShea divorce caso in which Parnell is a corespondent is settled THH DAHOMEY CAMPAIGN PATHS April an interview Min ister of Coo lies said the French forces in Da HomVv would shortly attack Whydah a coast to where the Dahomians obtain thwr arms TIIK KNGLISH IN KOYPT April Sultan has ar with England lor a withdrawal of the English from fcgypt she will demand priority for the claims before the money reverts to other pur EL PASO Texas April In Taurez Mexico las night H Sf Wcnowncat tie man was murderedby W S Bolton and J Clayton Cause unknown directors chosen Ow VV A Id is Samuel W aro as follows Allerton W T w 3 a er Thomas S Mark L Crawford W 1 Colvin C Croplor S Ellsworth Stuvn h J an t sh Lyam J ago H N lllugno T liitihhHon KF leltrv K A Knyos M M fork m n H H Kohlsuat E K Lawrence T j drew McNalby Jsulson 1Qtttr Robert Poasoly March spccift Ail the northern sheriIVs are chftrge on hho tra ot a desperate gangof wholesale horse thieves Ihe IreobootorsJlnmnBthftinscilves closely pursued cvtt Oie to egraph wires This left 1ohnstown S er dan Bighorn and oountios entirely o t of co nmumcation The thieves have by tins time reached Montana witli200 head of Wyoming horses liVNCHTST A NKGHO Kosq Tox Williams col from the guard who woro re moving him from this place to by a masked mob late last night nnd lynched AVil ms outraged tholittle daughter of Charles Gri 111 n a couple of ago The girl is in a crit ical condition EUIIOPBAK BOND FOIIGBUS CAPTUfT5TJ LOKTJOW April gang of forgers of Spanish and Italian bonds havo begn cftught at Trieste Tho forgeries amount to francs H is stated that many well known men in Lon don and Paris helped todispose ofthe bonds BOOMER special to the Times ys that Captain Couch tho booinerVwasshotin thoJog this afternoon by J O dams He iscrippledfor lie Captnin Couch wns contosting for valuable claims on wh c Adnms has tilings Tins afteruooon ho Great Achievements Predicted for Now Steamer April Sail Hranolsco Gkronide is scarcely a that for the the City of the new White Star liner which left here yesterday would have tried hard to lower tho westward recdrdon heriniUaltrip had the benefit of the nH CHINESE EMPEROR TRAVELING PEiuN April The by Li iTimgCl ang Chinese drand Chancellor and J retinife numbering persons has started oh a visit to Eastern Mausola THTC IMPERIAL PROGRAMME CHANGED ST PBTKRSBURO April Tho police at Gats nf the Imperial palace Tho Imperial uviniiy has in conseSuencJ renounced the idea of goins NBW YORK April DispatchSan Francisco Chronicle Colvillo and Larry Killian of Boston and Frank Maguiro of Banker are back in Now York from San Fran cisco where they went to see tho McAuhffe Carroll fight They are enthusiastic in praise of the whom they declare the finest and most hospitabler people they ever met They say fight before a club in luisco is sure of fair and square treatment JACKPQS cnirrLisn 4 Francisco UMonielf returned from Cincinnati today Regarding 1vcksou he said left hand is in bad si a e hehaving hurt it when sparring the Gvpsy aboutthree weeks ago at Jackson knocked him out m one ali f rounds but it was the hardest fight that he h s ever had burring Tern Smith h n finishes tho Cincinnati uigaRcmentliftis to Mount Clement to rest a couple of weeks you think that a glove contest between Corbett and Sullivan will be miido 1 hone that it will not but If it is mark my wiirds Corbett will got no worse thnn adraw and ho is mite likely to win Sullivan can not in the time required ami Corbett is SXJJjTjTVANS OlTAliIiTINfJJv ACCBlTKD NBW YORK Francisco Chronidf the presentroutlookit is possible that a gagi he ween John L Sullivan nnd Jim Corbctt o fnra limited number of rouncts broke is nearly iXX feet wide and very break is said to be by far the worst break deep awav OVMWIV Vst Tho sufforinK that will necessarily follow his disaster will be great The condition o other side of tho river was ba bad make matters nearly a year to repair damage A CASK OP YELLOW April 14 The American sbjp from Rio is detained at quaran tine During tho voyage three sailors have ilico onejt is known from yellow lever The capuiin claims the other men did not have it SIX 51KST SAXTA BAUBAHA April cxploiion of occurred at AdamsCanyon near banta Ti an oil company is bo uot probaby atay ur nut to work to clear tho tunnel and Ibis alte noon an explosion took place co lapsing t whole tunnel and burying in tho ruinsWvo me days ha suffered from a re lapse of the inlluenxa which has compelled him to postpone audiences His condition is not California for a limited number be arranged in a day or so Last week Sulln an willingness to such a meeting andsaid that if nip Olvmnio Club of San Francisco would con lentPtS hiwc him meet Sullivan ho would only be received official notification this morninp where an oil a tunnel for oil One nmn was killed and probably fatally burned The toroo and Ibis alter the vo men who are certainly dead D13ASTK11S ON TIUS mNB N S April A severe hurricane oi K Pnciiic during March caused many tors on the coast 01 tlie new Hebrides Sfivcral Pbips were wrecked at Labour A wl founded at Mai Hcoli and five thirty natives were drowned while thirty oUwn who reached the shore were massacred by tbe na TIIK BtIFKAI0 GNAT March The river hera placed on the rails TJNNBOffisSABT DUELS PROHIBtTBD In accordance with the views Emperor recently the Cabinet 1 goodgrip on to an order forbidding army except when a council oi which all the are referred shall declarothe duel necessary AN AMERICAN BALLOON IN BERLIN Congross under tho reat public boiwllt the real sorwiml advancement and selfish Ihe Sill is InlomlMl to iufrlngo upon tho rights of the people ftnd is unAiuoricau in its character COMMAXI1KH UEA1AEXONBttATBD A by tolograph to tho Illinois Senators iu Washington s ating that th mooting approves and confirms all the plcdpos make in behalf of Chicago and uskPng of the prompt and favorable consideration of tho House NEGRO COLONIZATION Tho Question Debated at Ann Arbor University AUKOU April interesting debate was hold this evening in the law lecture room of the Michigan University between stu dents representing the law and literary depart ments tho question being whether or not coloni zation of tho negro would bo for tho best interests of I ho United States The judges wore profes sors ot the faculty Their decision was in tlio nTuSpoints argued by tho students for the atiit Suvo were The inferiority of tho colored nee from biblical and scientific standpoints ovU wilt result from mlngllnjr superior and UTior moos under the same Ciovcrninent tho extermination or amalgamation of tho oolo ed race is manifestly impossible huue colonization Is tho only solution he would settle the Southern cTuch disarmed Adnms and discbargea at him h0 entire loads of his revolver Adams retreated to tho house procured a Winchester rifle and shot Couch KTRAUD NOT Et PASO is notruth in the rumor that Evraucl tho Paris assassin wns c pht at PasoDfll Norte The officials on both sides of tho 1C captured at all it must be tit Presidio Del Norle Tex AN OllSCENB OFFEKWKn AKRKSTBD CnioAGO April inspectors arrested at Bloomington and brought here today T F McCann wanted Francisco for send ing obscene matter through the mails Ho will betaken west tcmdrrow SHOT 11T KENTUCKY aiOONSTTtNERS LOUISVILLE April Flemingsburg tho moonshiners rccontly timbushed tho revenue officers in a number of instances Lph Cooper Sim Cooper Bart JJumgnrtncr George Hogg and Nclson Kan have but the advices do not state whether mortally or not Herman Roberts was shot and seriously wounded in the revenue service as ofltccrs HE WANTED ing tho voyage inpreeIsoly twelve hours at an fpeod of eighteen knots an hour the maximum speed being nine teen knots Thisshows that in the passage down the channel the steamer wos not pushedlio ffi with elasticity andno vibration The threebladed propellerwconsid cred a groat success It on tho water and is much sup ics foiiTbladcd propeller The sailed for New York precisely at Hftornoonand vou may now Fire Wnncl next Wednesday night It is hardly ex pected that she will be pushed to ward record on her deal of money is wagered in Log and that will lower the initial record and still more that sho will lower all records both ways before the summer is over Good Friday Observed NEW YoiiK April Good Friday is behiK observed almost as a general holiday in ihiscitv All the exchanges are closed Services ire beinc held in the churches and this being the Feast of tho Passover this tanco The machine will it is said bo in the German army THK GERMANS TO BE COUNTED Aoril It is reported that the Govern e that tho Olympic Club had decided a low bun o ovir Sullivan Oorbett was ftt he Brooklv Theater whereho haB week sparriuK with Mike Donovan Yes willing to SnIHvan but the match must two wecU as my leave of absence from the Olympic Club expres May is ready lie can his frt lien nearly threw inches since moraine No IJw break Js heard from The back water from the east break is spreading and fast filling I think we will bo able to arrange the match THK NEW RACKS 1 NEW ORLEANS April second Regardless Buckler third jnfntiai ocnSw of the Germans resid Sn the suburbs of tho city It Is understood that the stop is taken German residents without means of subsistence may be sent to Germany BXRNTTARBTIN THE PASSION TLAY Lamoreau tonight gave a concert During the entertainment Bornhardt dressed in iug white robe recited portions of the which she bus recently ichiirlvinjr She was been by THE LiAW WILU STAND All todav and referred to Captain Shopard tof tberuvpuuo marluo division for rovuw Fao oommittoe Hm that the conduct of Healv In puulshlu throe soamen from tho was In rogird to the tricing UP of several of tho iww o tho bark tho committee TO ports that tho evidence showed that the mmi K mutinous that the vessel was in condition and that all reasonable osed to porsundu the men to resume tnoir duties ind thoy refused to do so Opinions of Iowa Congressman on the Prohibition Question WxsniKGTOH April Post has been in terviewing the Iowa Senators and Representa tives on tho probability of the repeal or modifica tion of the Iowa prohibition law The result was a substantially uniform expression of hoHcf that the law would stand unrepealed In views they very generally expressed the opmipn tho law had heen beneficial and fore the performance could proceed BARNTJMS GIBLS The Showman Defends Them Against a Preachers Attack BBIDOPOBT April DispatchSan Francisco Chronicle at the Church of the Redeemer there was hardly stand ing roomon account of the rush to hear what p T Bornum had to say about the ballet girls brought from Europe to form a part of his great show Barnumsaid want in a friendly way to preserve in memory the name of Rev George L Thompson 3n Park Methodist Church Ho A CHICAGO BREACH OP PKOMISE Miss Davis Wants TwentyFive Tliou sand Dollars CHICAGO April that tho tho law decrease in crime and conse lessouing of expenses for criminal and Vinstitutions was largely due to the SSSTfaw TheprohihUion sentiment the mSority of them thought was as strong as ever and several of the gentlemen ascribed thoresuls othe inst eleotionjoatho railroad question more the only Democrat from Before killing himselfho told another I id an that ho had a promon tion that he was to die and wanted a white man to go with the discharge ofdincult and perilousduties in tho Arcticthnl ho was humane and kind to hi lueti and totho shipwrecked sailors and uulortunates whom ho has relieved and who in itances woro thrown upon his personal bounty WAXNAStAKBKs HAT TlMJtMINOS Tho Treasury Department has sustained the of John from tho decision 0 the collector of Philadelphia duty ivt tho rato of 45 and 50 por cent ad valorem on cor tntn sooallcd headoruamtMits The nrmlosaro smiaros and stripos of not embroidered somw with boeds and others with mctnl threads nu namakor contended that they were almost tslusivolv used iu making uud hats bonnets and eonswiiiontly entitled to entry hat trimminss dutiablo at 20 per cout ad valorem THE DUTY A committee from Nmv York roprosontlng tho clove Importers appeared before tho Ways and Means Committee this afternoon to urgp tho Substitution of spooUlo for advalorfm duties on Tho irst sneaker said thuVchivnge was tablet ofspecific rates able and asked that n penalty bofixed for mls Tcpresontation of tho quality o importations The Delaware Farmers v WILMINGTON April a meeting pf the Kent Grange in Dover among the committee Appointed was ona what oropswe Thovivrsued that ho is advancing morally and THE NEW YORK POLICE They are Charged With Dishonesty Brutality and Other Offenses Nrw YOKK April Stale Senate Com mittee toinvpstlgato tho cities of this State and which recently probed tho sheriffs ofUee will tomorrow bo called upon by members of tho Central Labor Union They will present a for characterized as iisnonost tinvmif riMiiiuun mv r d a system exerted Itself iu on i avs As Kepublicans control the Senate can feck he House I think nothing wil be Francisco suit for breachof promise of marriage has been begun against Dr Frederick Burdett Merrill by Miss Cora D Davss who nuts her damages Br Merrill is a dontis in the Adiiins Express building and Miss Davs lives with her mother at 180 North Clark street She charges m her declaration that she met Merrill in the winter of 1889 and that he proposed marriage to her March ir 188fl but failodto carry out his prqra and instead on 27 1890 married the daughter of the milhon their livestock to buffalo cnats as well as from insects arc raaldnn an appearance In largenum bers and are very fatai A DISASTROUS OVEKPLOW JTKABEI HKMSA men here fear a destructive rise within ton days beUnv Red river When tho overflow comes outot tho swamps they say that both the Yazoo and J CJlcflP O rMjijvi tji VnslrtXU Tensns levees will go and the people jiving oeiow Morgauza had better move out in a DTSTRKSS AMONCr THK INDIANS letter from Hudson there was great distress among tho near the Lesser Slave Lake during the winior In some cases the redskins killed and ue their own children and dogs kinds of domestic animals were used for food Many In dians Captain HowclFs Complaint April 8106revives thestory thatCnptain Howellof the Atlantic will on bis return with tbe squadron of evolution from abroad stir up the question ahont his alleged unjust suspension for several days by Admiral wS for lotting his ship get out otline when leaving Villfi France Howell claims encines were temporarily disabled Sored him to duty explanation RAILWAY BUMBLES iat the Walker 1J3r Merrill claims suit is blackmailing one He was divorced from a former wife and he asserts that she is behind MS DwlsR suit He said he had Miss Davis in hi office and discharged her and that she has demanded from him CUSTOM HOUSE FRAUDS never snOKo brother near relative roer ne ho which they have si sued call for it heiinsdi nronrietv or act unbecoming to GlfivSfthat these girls are ff moral is the same number of hidi rind Indeed they are churchgoers and v of them are church members This sensa whi e and can ck an can o el dontthink the law will be repealed ossible that some of the bur it Is possible ii menace wimiual It is SteSSd With having reduced the practice of blftukinailine to H scwmco niiunjsiine of torroSsm over certain classes osort orsni o of certain oftiulldates cstahlished System of espionugo over respectable nn Vihor inirDOse than to pcrseouu tli nshould they oAMid tho powers that ontinues i n shou tey o It is S matter of common continues tho dcSunSSt that tho police offlotft Is reguhu y o cun w iv tribute on every immoral den in the city VolffiS Vnlktho streets pay to for their degrading vocations to saloon art compeltoV to Wgr lylice protjj tion and every gambling deu in tho city pus lor of A Chinese Decoration Day NKW April Today was a deo with tho Chinese and graves derJkJeidUn evergwen Offerings of and wove placed thereon and papers in The M K T Beaten NEW YOBK April the foreclosure pro ceedings of the MercantileTrustCompany against the Missouri Texas and Missouri Pixel do roads Judge Lacombc today ordered bv tho M T K to its receivers of fei SJ1 for certain services advances etc Upon these payments being made that She Mercantile Trust Companydehver to the M K AT company seounties hold bv it ftnd that the railroad company ho authomed to pay and discharge the elaimsand liens against it PROCEEDINGS A Session Devoted to tlie Discussion WASHINGTON took up the private pension bills Speaking on pnool these bills Stone de clared that no been despoiled and burdened under thii name of patriotism under tho guise of pension laws as Urn ncoplc of the United States He denounced tho demands of the G V E Ho asserted ibat the Presidency was put sola bidder Thank God there was one grand man who had declined to be a partyto he had reinitation of wise corruptable stotesmjuishin eVijoyiiig thereject of overy honest on the Dcm office by cash raised by Wanamakcf by Dudley ur Ropnhlicans may through public sontimont om the Democrats in a stringent license law J he resent prohibitory system is not the maiority of tho people and never was Itb abSti failure to accomplish any good and tha posilive evils lowingfrom it have caused a SCnt falls election notably the tariff DEPEW ON THE SOUTHS m Uonal preacher never saw them except whi e unbeknown to him they were worshiping in n under bis WSt and The Government Said to Have Liost a MiUion Dollars Tirnt New York The startling information that the Government has been robbed of tho importation of goods duty was paid vast among custom house officmls today u nktiown among Deverick at through which no excitement The dotnils The States Consul teipsic The frauds are snid Auditor Geddes of the Rio Grande Western at the Walker House Four engines are bein local Union Pncinc shops The sign tSlRailwav remains on the southside of thf Union deot to the conlumott th depot Tomorrow the Union Pacific will in train to Garficld Beach leavinp the depoUatJ a m and re turning at 1 oclock Tlie Conference Crowds niebfs trains came in packed with Thursday nifcn mormngs c urch and writhing which a dime under bis WSt and museum manager would feel System of Cruelty Rivaling the Siberian Barbarities s April Chauncey Dcpew just returned from the South was asked by a local ipporterthis evening if he had seen much of the New South He replied Some of the new and a ood of theold stock They sincerely tlilnk that their property would be their homes broken up and the mens votes were counted look u rn t he Northern Republicans as of anarehist who will cheerfully scribed with various devices burned over thorn enough to thVvS hs Bebauclicd public South is the convict labor system Stues Kennans stories of Siberian hor rors are absolutely true there country so terrible as in the bon them Convict camps the S for a certain number of convictsand e State i furnishes them If they cannot fiil the the most trivia offensesaro So an excuse for imprisonment T have no doubt that many men jare In Southern convict camps that tho quota might be i s THE HAMMERSLEY MILLIONS The Duchess of Maryborough Trying to Increase Her Income NEW YORK April DispatchSan Francisco Chronicle The Duchess of has come to New York for the pur pose of inducing the trustees under the will of her first husband to sell some of the real estate which yielding no revenue and reinvest the proceeds of such sale so that her present income rniVbe The duchess simply a the property left by bei first hus come from the estate is stated to be vear Out of this the taxes on the oe te have to be paid and yarious so that her entire income is rmOor Perhaps even less If the duchessis able arrangements she desires and the arisinEfrom the real estate well invested she expects that EU310PE AT FAIR The First Foreigner to Arrange for an Exhibit at Chicago April DispatchSan Klo1 The custom house offi c als in New YorkoDly knew of it renort which is wcl authenticated it is kTowD that the the posscf Kion of tho Treasury ofllcials wno wnnt more definite information with the greatest in Thev are inclined to thinkthe most enormous scheme to defraud the Government that has ever been known willbe Avaricious Tamagna TfEvr YoiiK April the famous tenor eoeshacfeloJBuropeon La Normandie tomorrow some costumes behind on a debt of S7 which hevowed he would not nav A settlement WAS elfected only after Tamagna had made and causing himself tobe laughing stock by he ThcTeckoning came yesterday early to save a days ren f other and Landlord Martin after te lline imagmv what he thought of him ihe option of paying 87 or against under tne nn keepers Tw Affcr the money was idalthouElv the steamer would nptsaii until TamaRria hnd his lugRag6 o So dock and put on and staid there him self A Result of tbe Tonnage Bill is reported on good authority that a syndicate is being organized the of buildiBg twenty iron eral coastwise and in billis passed L iia Kansas siv of the Shanghai Is largely derelop British trade Francisco o Austria at Auditorium Hotel ange lor an exhibition the aa olustria andr will v WC T TJ tyesteriJay raided threexliquor saloons and all the intothe street given to the Authors and bags and bagging and food during the soiourti at relatives and ers cook mensions horses bund oxen chunks of thev pi kind were scarce of leavings which were WnliStl foreTSordas an atoning The   

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