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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - April 6, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                Part First Pages 1 to 8 sV i They Solieitons Status About LEAD ORE STATISTICS WANTED and Gridson PromotedThe Wage Workers Idea of Bankintf The MoComnfi Bill FftvorcdFed Control of Flections LAKK LAKK TntBUNK BURKAIT 517 Fourteenth Street r iNOTOtf April 1800 Idaho bill is the subject ol discussion Many Democrats Insist tho Republicans will not daro to lot the matter stand as it Is and risk a test of its constitutionality Said ono prominent Democrat today expect to see the Tdaho hill come hack to the House from tho Senate with a conference report tho change made being perhaps only verbal Then I look for an agreement by the House on tho conference report a full quorum of Republicans being present to pass tho bill by a constitutional majority Yon can depend upon it that TMiboIs will not rest conteritwlth tho present situation Delegate Dtibois on the contrary laughs at the possibility of any embarrassinglegal complication Tho last move of tho Hom ooratfi In tho ho says Is nothing more than a monumental bluff which has been Wo perfectly able to pro tect ourselves against any possible annoy ance but we do not apprehend trouble The same trouble was hoard when tho House seated several mom boraby Speaker Rood declaring the presence of a quorum bub tho loudlythreatened apnoal to fcho courts did not materialize Idahos admis sion will rest on as clear a title as that of any State In tho TTnlon The new State will take euro of OKK STATISTICS WANTED sJfTtds thought highly important that the producers of the West gather at once full statistics of lead ore production and especially of fcho ability of the Western mines to furnish the smelters with enough lead silver ore for fluxing purposes Tho flgbt against the tariff on argentiferous load ores will bo carried to the floor of the House and will havo the entire Kansas delegation siding with tho free traders on this item Delegate Dubols and Representatives Carter and Bartlne arc anxious that all possible materialbe with which to oQTOhat tho arguments of tho smelters who tavdr f roo Mexican oro WASIMNOTON April President to day sent to tho Senate tho following nomi nations Lewis A Grant of Minnesota As sistant Secretary of War BrigadierGeneral Nelson A Miles MajorQonorftl Colonel Benlamln FT Grlorson Tenth Cavalry Brig mltteo today and vigorously opposed tho proposed duty of 15 per cent ou hides A TKKUVIAN RKCOGNIZKD The President has recognized U 13 Hollo way as Consul of Peru at San Francisco A College Aiw Annon April hun dredStudents missed the regular Saturday night letters from home tonieht While the mail WHS being distributed the boys in dulged in A little rush Postmaster Duffy tried to quiet them when they rushed him outeldn the building Duffy has as sistants whom tho crowd forced outside and tho doors wore locked no more mall being given out A crowd hung around the outside making considerable noise until Marshal Walsh marched one of the boys to jail fol lowed by a crowd The prisoner was let off and the boys after marching through the streets went home A Prominent Chicagoan Suicides CHICAGO April 0 Stearns one of Chicagos oldest and wealthiest residents attempted to suicide at his residence Tic Hred four bullets into his head producing wounds from which recovery Is Impossible Members of the family profess absolute Ig norance beyond the fact that for some time has boon In depressed spirits It is Kiirrnisod that his depression is duo to Iho recent death of his favorite daughter the wife ot oxMayor Carter H Harrison fttoaiTis was ono of tho leading members of the Board of Trade and his estate is valued at THE RECORD OF CRIME THE NEW GERMAN REGIME The Events of the Week Kaisers Capital at the REICHSTAG SEATS FOR THE BISMARCKS The ExChancellor May Lead the OppositionA More Vigorous Colo nial Emperors Solici tude Regarding the Army men that after a desperate struggle with his he escaped from them and started house which was Adams Chives says there for protection and rattled for the purpose of arousing family that while this some one in side iircd several shots he sensation in his right side Notwithstanding Chive story It is the belief of many in Mount Vernon that he was not attacked by highwaymen but started to go home in a rather muddled was endeavoring to get into v by mistake he went the door the orno felt a stinging house SULLIVANS GREAT BOAST whoso Cleve room Hotel lato to came here from THE MYSTERIOUS POISONING OF AN 3BNTJKK An Italian Exonerated In Killing n Noc turnal Citizens Shot Down by a No UTTCA N April Dispatch Francisco Chronicle ono morning last December James Gllson a young man residing with his parents In Homo burst the door pf his fathers house shouted to his mother that ho was shot and fell dead at hor feet She had boon watch ing for him all night and a moment before his abrupt entrance had hoard a pistol shot Michael Clbo an Italian living ar roHlied for tho murder of Gllson and indicted for manslaughter In the first degree For BErcniN April 1300 by the New York Associated events of tho woek havo accentuated even more tlian the resignation of the Chancellor tho now era thai is opening InGerman history Until his actual departure the public was loath to believe that the Emperor was in earnest in parting with Bismarck Hence forth attention will bo divided between Froidricksriilie and Berlin tho center of tho new and untried regime IL is Impossible thai the Emperor could have been an unalTocted spectator of tho of admiration and respect that poured in upon his discarded minister It is reported today that he has again refused consent to the publication of Bismarck s IcUnr of resignation The public still declines to believe that tho retirement of Bismarck is final it being urged that ho Js by live years the junior of Gladstone and may stillcount on a decade of activity The Oartcllors have offered to resign two seats In the RciohsUg in favor oC Bismarck and Count Herbert Bismarck hut it is certain that the exChancellor and son will not accept present Iho Emperor having declared thai ho will recog nize but two parties triose for and those against him will be likely to disregard the conventional party divisions and seek the assistance of tho Liberal Clerical coalition Tims Bismarck in tho event ot reentering tho Kcichstag might seem to bo in the un usual position of a nominal if not actual loader of the opposition The opening oC Reichstag and the royal speech arc awaited with the keenest Interest Dr Wlndthoist claims there are A Suicide at Denver DENVEK April A Culver wife resides at SO Pearl street land was found dead in a of the Hens aw night being pawned some clothes Friday afternoon weutto his hotel and en a room which he immediately went to locked the took halt a bottle of morphine and then blew his The physician who examined the body after the room was broken into tonight says that ho suicided shortly after going to his room tfriday De spondency and lackof money was the sap posed cause He Will Put Corbett to Sleep in Four Rounds PATSY KERRIGAN AGAINST MAULIFFE changes in freight rates have been made and if ratified by The different roads will go into effect about March 1st The Ijiquor Question Postponed DBS MOIXES April Committee of tho Whole the House today recommended indefinite postponement of action on the liquor license bill by a vote of to 49 The committee rose and tho House adjourned without action PRICE FIVE CENT S THEESTRUCTIVE Ftoooi Culver came were irum Han Francisco the first of tho week and Five Thousand Dollars Offered for a Finish Jackson Over the Rhine Drunk Bus the Pavement Hurt His Feet OF HONOR TWO PETTY ENGAGE IN A JT1STJC BATTLE How Prince toopoM Received Propo sition to Wort a PleManDom Pedros BOSTON April Francisco Chronicle L Sulli van came down today none the worse for yesterdays jollification A good nights sleeps driven the fizz from his head He reiterated his willingness to meet Corbett in a fourround go for a purse of If he is so anxious to havo a whack at me Ill accommodate said the cham pion in a patronizing tone Ill give him four rounds if some club will put up a thousanddollar purse the winner to take ill If I cant knock him out in four rounds ho is welcome to the whole purse If Jsuc ceed Ill take all There will bo no splitting purses I dont care howfclg the gloves are IKucss hell thinl Will Blockade Dahomey PARIS April order to enforce hor prohibition against the landing of arras in Dahomey Franco will at once establish blockade along seventylive Dahomian coast All Movable Objects Swept Before Mississippi miles of GREAT DESTITUTION AND DISTRESS they are small enough Eight Hours BOSTON April three largest marble manufacturers of this city havo notified their employees that on Juno 1st they will pay ten hours wages for nine hours The marble cutters believethe demands for tie ninehour day will be generally granted without recourse to a strike Coal in Mexico CITY OF MEXICO April coal dis coveries have been made in Querrctaro FOR JjADIES ONLY TVithin tho last twenty years tho courts in Kansas have granted A man who had eloped from Easton sent his wife a note from Jersy City Government Steamers Sent to Rescue Disastrous Floods Drowned The Casualties of the the in telling her to take care of the baby James G and Ann Tomlinson of Plainfield county lately ccl Wilson DIUen Evanston Amasa W Bishop Oakljmdt Miss Emma Hoko Honoma Oolo Old Leadvlllo Oregoa Augustus Mallory IToppnor A SHANKING By request Senator Trails today Intro duced a hill providing for a system of barik Ine by tho United States proposed by the WaKo Workers All lanco It provides for tho establishment of an executive department of banking with a secretary at tho head on of and four assistant sooro f tarlos at salaries of each Tho bank ing for the people is to bo done free of cost except snob merely nominal fees as aro nec essary to pay expenses Branches shall be established at tho postolHoos throughouttho country and maintained as long as neces sary Loans will bo made on security in terest payable on the 31st of December of every yoar A failure to pay Interest tho loan and after a sale of the security the excess over the If any shall bo paid tho borrower The money necessary for the transaction of tho department will bo furnished by tho of tho United States and it will bo full legal tender for all debts and duos within tho United States Tho money IP to be printed by hand on sllkthroadod paper at the Bureau ot Encravtap and Prlntlngln tho following One two three ilvo mills one two throo and five cents one two throo and fivo dimes one two throo and ilvo dollars one two throe and five oaglos one two throo and five condos SI and ono threo rind ilvo talents THE MCOMAS thls ollorise ho has boon on trial at Rome all Tho trial developed tho fact that Gilson bad twice uUompted to gain admittance to Olhos house while tlio latter was away and while Mrs Clbo was thnro with her little children On tho morning of tho murder he repeated tho attempt and had raised the bedroom window from tho outside and caught tho woman by tho arm as sho got out of bod and was trying to pull her onb ot the window Clbo was at homo on this occasion and af ter calling on Gllson to desist and receiving curses In response shot over his wife s shoulder with the result stated above Tho case was jury last night and morning a verdict of not gii Uty was ro turriod When the verdict of tho jury was Interpreted to tho Italian his domonstra Ucms ofJoy were so grtfat that it was had become insane A KANSAS pITV PWAUtTER KANSAS April B Price head bookkeeper for Hall Willis wholesale hardware has ab sconded 11 n Is a defaulter to an amount estimated ui from four to ton thousand TTIU 8KKVANT GIUCAOO April B Noonan of TSnglowond and wife died this morning nnd their Is seriously ill from the ottoctsof poison that It is thought was ad min Istorod last night The servant girl Emma Stark who is suspected of tho crime loft this morning for Laporto Indiana Tho police havo been telegraphed to arrest her A girl resembling tho servant bought rough on a drug store near the scone of the poisoning yesterday afternoon A grownup son of Mr Noonan was also poisoned but is out of danger Tho girl had only boon In the family employ one day She complained of tho toothache and wenfc to a drug store ostensibly to got something to relieve it It Is supposed that while on this trip sho proousod tho poison What possible motive sho could linvo hud for tho poisoningIs a mystery Tho doctor ex amined H can of corn from which the family had partaken at supper aud does notboliovo there was any Injurious matter in it thus rendering more positive the belief that poison was put in tho food by the girl This evening a woman answering tho sus pected servants description wasarrested at the Park Theater She denied all knowledge of thfy Noonan family though positively Identified by ft number of persons as being tho suspected girl Tho prisoner said hor real name was Mrs Uay William Kay hor husband from whom sho had been living apart being a bill poster at Fort Wayne Iiul Sho tells ft rambling story By a party vote of seven to flvo t the House Committee on tho Election of Presi dent and VIocPresidonC and Koprissenta tlves In Congress today authorized a fuvor blo with amendments on the MoComftf bill to prevent the gerrymandering of Congressional districts Tho bill also provides that Representatives to the Fifty second Congress shall bo elected from dis tricts composed of tho name territory and having tho same boundaries as from u h tho Representatives In tho Fiftyfirst were elected Tho minority of tho committee will submit n report In opposition to the bill VlfK RECORD IN CASH Sho record of the courtmartial in Stsoles case arrived this morning was referred to Acting JudgoAdvooato Ctonerftl Liebor for examination and report A REVtJBUCAN KLECTION At ft conference of tho Republican mem of tho Senate Committee on Privileges Elections today Chairman Hoar was to prepare a bill to of members to Congress It Is un ieratood the measure will provide for tlio appointment of National Supervisors in district in irhloh a certain number of roters shall petition thorofor these super vlaors to watch and count the vote and make certification to tho State Board ot Canvassers who shall thereupon issue cer tificates and these certificates will bo used y the clerks of tho House in making np tho toll of members elected A CAiraiEEN AMENDMENT of i fa Senate today Hall gave notice be propose tho following aiuend to the section of the Army Appropria tion bill to establish the canteen system MffOTidlng that BO alcoholic liquors in Hnd wine be sold or supplied men In canteen or In any room or building at any garrison or military This amendment rojeotwl by HMHoacft A TJYOMTNO OOITFIKMAT1ON D Clarke to Justice Supreme Court of confirmed MU HIDH DUTY A committee representing thVnWo and trade of New Yofkj jip Thi Com having a sister who was an exact picture of her both in appearance and dross and who Is the wife of a railroad man named Ed Favorite Tho police took little stock in tho sister story nnd promptly placed tho supposed poisoner behind tho bars A NEfiHO PiTTsnujuo April a parade of colored Knights Templar this evening a white woman was jostled by the marchers An unknown man expostulated with the colored men when a party of five young standing near took np tho quarrel One of them named Lighter drew a revolver and firod flvo shots into the crowd The streets wore full of people and two shots took ouoet ono striking John OHara and killing him instantly and the other wound lug Martin Tahr In the excitement follow ing Lighter escaped but two of his friends have been arrested EACH OTHEH dispatch from Somerset says that last night James Sloan while making a settlement at Green wood with Robert Burgen a colored man became Involved in a quarrel and tried shoot Burgen Ho missed and Burgeu fled to a saloon whore ho was followed by John Sloan n brother of James There both and John SJoun drew revolvers fired simultaneously and foil dead Sloan bo TO ono of the best families In tho neighborhood and tho tragedy has caused much excitement iRAuns IN NEW JERSEY JKKSEY CITY N April a result of the disclosures made before tho com mlttoo of tho State Senate investigating the ballotbox in this city at the elec tion of last November sixty warrants were issued today v for to bo im Twelve arrests wore made All of those arrostcu were election ofttccrs Eightare Democrats and four Republicans arrests will bo made Monday l it ijiJJ n three Indlspensible concessions in return tot his support of the Govorninunt The return of all religious orders religious teachings In schools andtheremoval of the dlscreMonary revocable fuom all concessions made to tho Catholic party The are well aware of the strength of their position and intend to derive every posslDle advantage therefrom According to National Zeiiimp the new military bill provides for a permanent jn creaso of marks in the annual ex For the moment colonial affairs overshad owed home Von Der Hogdt the financial baclcer of thoiEastAfrica company recently declared that Bismarcks depart ure was the sign of a now and energetic policy Richards the explorer hi a leoturo showed tJiat tho utmost im portatico to seonvo possess ion of which further iulaMthan Tnp wapwa This and the strengthening of the treaty footing in tho German sphere of inter est appear most reliable quarters to be the solo objects of tho Emin Woissman has advised the treaty with JJwanaHeri tn oidor niay be secured in the ad vancoOf the Germans Tkie oxaeirscope pt is not yob known Is a however that the Emperor will decline to consent to the adoption of any colonial policy antag onistic to England Durin the visit of the Prince of Wales tho Emperor did everything possible to show the value ho a close friend ship between tho two nations J Tho Emperors solicitude regarding the army is further nhown in an imperial order published If Is that in of thoIncompetence of fcho resoive In fnritry military onicora hitherto pursued which provided that tho officers must come from the ranks of the nobility must bo extended to include those noble by that the sons of honor able middleclass families may holdap pointments in the army The same rules also apply to tho civil service and the ktn peror further disapproved of the granting of commissions being dependent npun tho private income of the aspirants and there fore decrees that their pay maybe increased At much length ho enjoins the commanders to example of selfsacrifice to officers and check tho indulgences in unnecessary luxuries tho habitof giving costly presents frequent banquets etc In conclusion the Emperor desires that the lists of aspirants bo submitted to him together with tho names of the officers who do not conform to the rule to preserve a simpler mode of life Tho a series of ar ticles which arc supposed to be directly in spired by tlie Emperor on social politics and reforms So far no definite projects are mentioned but tho tendoney is toward leg islation for tho regulation of the working day and wage questions Tho DoutechoBank 5s about to issue shares In tho now Gorman and American Trust Company to promote and protect in vestments Tho leaders of the Freisauige party have refused to tasopart in the movement for tho erection of a mpnumenb in honor of Bismarck Emperor AYilliams decree relative to the understood to be directed against the exclusivcnfiss of officers andjnon and has made a great Impression especially astho word ing conveys an apparent inten tion to exclude Jews GOULDS PLANS DEFEATED DRESDEN April SJLII Francisco Chronicle cir cles are enjoying a the cipaJity of SchwarzburgSoncleishauscn Prince Leopold brother of the reigning sov ereign Prince Charles njis rerabyecl all of his things from the where he has been livingfor to the hotel Hitherto both princes who are generals1 and aged respectively 68 and 58 have been great chums their intlmajy even goingso far as to include the lieeping of a small harem on equal shares of the expenses Prince Charles although married is child less Prince Leopold being a bachelor iti was recently decided for reasons of state that he had better marry so two or tnree Sundays the two princes talked matters over the Casino Olub at Prince Leopold demanded that in case of hismarriage hisaUowaaco of per annum should be increased Ibe older prince did not osltlon and said that if Leopold cpuld not afford to support aprincess as his wife he should try to marry girl of lower rank This offended PrinceLeopold and he left the club abruptly He was on bis way home1 1o the castle when he was overtaken Prince who repeatertfiiis advice Prince Leopold viciously turnedon his brother hit him in hstio battle then ensued The sentries who were pacing to the castlesdid not dare to interferer but some officers arrived opportrihelynrnd they shielding the reigning prince with tneir TDodies succeeded DOM April The illness of Jam Pedro has assuined critical phase Hewas In a comatose state during the greater part of His condition is so serious thatit was necessary to administer the last sacrament Els physician says however his weaknessis extreme danger ho is in nOimminent Tho exEmperor revived today and is improving A BOULANGIBT CONFERENCE LONnoN April anger andJCialzant Doroulde and thirty one other membersOf the BoulangJSt com mittee hold a conference afcleisoy y ester T day Upon conclusion the commltteegave a grand breakfast to THE ATOIOAN POLICIT Sir Samuel Baker the wellTlcnown Afri can explorer has written aletter to the Times attacking the British Government for the policy which he declared has led to tho loss of all positions enterprising Individual Englishmen the alliance between Brain Wissmann and says It was only thatEmin should Join the German Govern ment expedition which will never before the four rounds are over The offer of this purse came promptly from the Gladstone Club of Province N Slattery manager of the club came to Bos ton today for the purpose of catching the big fellow whilehe was in a mood to tallc business Sullivan has not yet given his answer but in view of his outspoken willing ness to give Oorbett a show he can uardly back out now If the champion and Corbett do meet in the ringit ought to be a great go while It lasts nr Sullivan thinks more highly than v er or Patsy Kerrigan since the lattors long light with Todham in San Francisco lortay be said ho would back Kerrigan against McAulifYc to the extent of 82500 for a finish light between the two He would the amount and Billy Mahoney said he would put in as much more Sullivan fs anxious TO hear from McAulHTe and if the match is made he will assist Kerrigan in training for tho battle A SULLIVAN BOAST April Associated Sullivan was seen in regard to the pub lished report that Jim Corbett the ban Francisco heavyweight was anxious to try his skill against the champion Im more than ready to meet Corbett srid Sullivan but only on one condition If we are to box four rounds Ill contract to put him to sleep in that time If I succeed Lam to get If I dont be gets the money No half and half business about at These contests for the gate receipts savor too much of faking You can say that John L Sullivan will fight Corbett four rounds for and if he does not whip him in that time he wont accept a JACKSON TRIBUNE He and Cincinnati special Peter the prohibition made a night of it last night in Over the Bhlne resorts and some down town ones too It was a m before tbe black champion got through then he went home on the In vitation of a policeman who was trying to quarrel in the party growing out of the charge of the gang had robbed another ot Jackson wasnt drunk but granite pavement feet and he walkedsoftly to savethem THE BENWINGS RACES WASHINGTON April the Bcnning track tha weather was Wagenor won Cariolanus second Cerise Mall won Time imitate Eleplinuts Becoming Extinct It seems that theAfrican elephant i in danger of being as thoroughly exter minated us has boon tho American bison Tho demand for ivory has caused them to be relentlessly hunted and they havo become so scarce that tho supply ofivory has greatly decreased and its price has advancedIn proportion A Short Stay A manwas to be hanged and was on with tho sheriff and the parsou The sheriff said to the prisoner His Attempt to Control the Atchison Ends in Failure NEW Tonic April According to toe Star of this date a report has been in circu lation that the Atchison directors could not trace tho whereabouts shares of Atchison stock and that this amount of stock was in possession of lay Gould Ac cording to the Gould was about to marshal sufficient fot lowing among the Atchison stockholders tosother wrUvhisown holdings to unseat the present counsel and director of the Atchison company said Saturday that thoproaoin inanagemont had already received proxies for more than a majority of the The voting trust project has not yet been assented to by of the stock holders but the directors are confident that a majoi Ity w ill he seoni ed Tin t loe TuescUy foi tin unnuul clei tion in M u Tlio piesent ollicei including Pi Manvcl wjll eleciud i Opiosiuj the Dutj OTTUNA Out Api 11 j u ubei moi chants uid wgJvng IUOP epectno of politic il ue in IMHH the ie eentjnctoiMi in the dntv on rj k The lumbeiruon point out that the mac e does not benUit tlio t unaclian inei is he c m notcompete with the mci chants foi the trade of the lumbeimen until the duty on Western coin A Gauzy Story x MOUNT VWWON N Y ADI II T W Chives who was shot in for a burg lar yesterday H Adams is Chives In ilais that he1 was uttdcked by highway exuutijiiiun the fatal example of the English vnnclng only to retreat Sir Saranel points out how the Germans may in regain the equatorial province stations at Victoria Nyanza an alliance with Myanga the King thus eventually securing the White Nile at Gondokoro whileItaly win become master of the situation on gaining possession of the border Khartoum willthennaturally A CHINESE EXECUTION LONDON April received from Hong Kong report another wholesale execu tion in recently The con detuned in this case the number of s x and were the last miners convicted of a revolution at the Koussion juino at in Yunnan province Before tbe were executed a rich banquet was served them by the Mandarin consisting of roast pork and duck tlsh and rice with art abundance of Chinese wines The condemned men were then freed fromtheir their bands tied behind their backs and they were led to the place of execution sur rounded by troops who fired volleys Into the air from time to time On was road priso ners and they were then given over into tho hands of the executioners The Frosts Work in Florida The destruction of theearlyvegetable crop has been universal in the South There was every prospect of am imusual crop of tomatoes peas ries in Florida and Georgia ports from the whole region and from the Indian south on the peninsula below Kissimmee in this State show that the destruction is universal One hundred and fifty miles this city where frost is the temperature fell to where they wore busy gatheringearly tomatoes one chiT they found only shrivelled plants tiio next Tho whole early veget able crop must be replanted whichwill make a monthor more of scarcity and hiMi prices in the Northern vegetable markets The universal early vegetables in this region us what the pioducers from los as all sections xio on equality and theie bo high prices for all veget able piodnets for two months to Philadelphia Ttmess Jacksonville Dis Disappointment A New York landlord who was IB a tight place sent Ins son a i other fresh young man to the tenant to collect the i en t On the young man ictiunmg in a hilaiioiis mood the father exclaimed Thank heaven you are baclc the money I He couldnt pay all of H so I consented to take half of f f Thats all right Qive It didat tiave f Jose Little Ella second Infatuation third W won San spcond Vivid thLrd Time Handicap mile and a sixteenthIceberg won0arrie G second Pelhamthird Time riders TuileJtm Murphy won King Idler second Dock Aut third Time 153V Rixf won Tom Kearns Shotover third Time THE PAY AT KKW ORLEANS NEW ORLEANS April pleas ant track lumpy Six won Lida L sec ond Kemashore third Time 1 Twoyearolds four furlongs Kotuna won Ferryman second Payne third Time Threeyearolds and upwards nie King won McCauley second Tudor third Time Free handicap fifteensixteenths of a mlle Alpbonses Pellmell second Marchburn third Time THB TUGOrWAB CHAMPIONS YORK April second tourna ment for the Amateur Athletic Unions lightweight tugofwar championship of the United States rosulted ionight In a victory for the Acorn Athletic Club of Brooklyn The Yale teamwas obliged to withdraw Princeton objecting to it as professional Princeton was second Berkeley a star and English of the Americas and others were competitors CHICAGO CHICAGO April billiard tourna ment in which Sbaeffer Daly and other celebrities are to participate opened to night in Central Music Hall before an au 3000 people The game tonight was between Slosson and Catton the former nlavink 500 points to Cattons 2oO Slosson plaved admirably with ease Score Slosson 500 average 25 highest run 135 Cotton 384 250 average high est run 47 HIM GOING couuiij ebrated the seventyfirst anniversary of their marriage The husband is 100 and the wife 00 A Jackson county man is suing for a divorce from tbe woman lie wedded thirtyeight years ago Ho said his wife made him dp the washing and tho general housework A widow in New York has it is saio brought a suit for damages against a wellknown neurologist for taking her husbands brain and also for violating an alleged contract to give her lot using her husband as a medical object lesson De Trompy to a former flame who has been a party to a May and December marriago a iailnre Former a toward her husband in thft next a a temporary embarrass ment Bustles gum acceroion skirts chate laine silver starched petticoats buttons iewelery and colors are a fnw 01 the things thai have been retired from tbe public street Mess coats and Eaton jackets of navy blue or scarier cloth with petticoats of Irish poplin erlged with fox while de signed for hunting and coaching parties will be seen along the local drives about Easter time Parasols are not what they were last year that the newest modes are not The great difference is in the stick Last year it extended a foot the top of the shade This year it extends only ani n ch or two atthe m ost Life i s short to i n d ul ge i n vain regrets and when the woman of fashion exhaustsher strength aud Interests and her good looks to society mirrors are ordered from her reach the turned off fresh hovels brought to her bedside and the task of repairing The rest cold baths simple food and quiet of a fortnight will work in awoman s face and In the discussion of spring millinery n loud and imperative demand is heard for weatherproofribbons feathers and aigrettes Flowers and plumeswill not be considered owing to their perishable character The straw turbans are faced with gold or silver lace metallic galoon or beaded bands encircle the crowns of walking jauntily perched up in a clump of jet or rubber stems are small blackbirds sparrows aud larks made of pieces of glossy plumage Many of the beautiful street and theater dresses are braided If the color of the cloth is not particularly pleasing against the face the whole basqueos stripped with a darker or con trasting shade There are braids and braids in trade and if the buyer wants to makesure ofthe beauty of her gown the braids used on military uniforms should be procured asthey will not shrink Theinfantry tubular braid is made in a crisscross pattern of mohair and silk andrSvears well The artillery braid is another excellent trimming and for both there are netted frogs and olivettesas ornaments The most fashionable thing in hand kerchiefs inLondon for ladies is that imported from Mexico These dainty articles are entirely of lace except a center of muslin about two inches square They are worn at receptions and swell dress affairs but are of no practcai They cost about 8450 apiece Another handkerchief has border and insertions of Valenciennes B Miss April crevasse in the lovce which broke at Catfish Point is now from flOO to 1SOO fectwido and increas ing The water reached Greenville this morninpc and tonight rose ono foot in tho streets and is still rising rapidly The main business street Is now one sheet of water from Poplar street to the race vacU and the water is making its way over tho sidewalks into tho sieves A great many people had to vacate their residences to seek higher xnarters on account 01 tho sudden vise Parties who arrived to diy from Greenwood the greater part of tho journey boins made in a skiff described tho situation in the bun lower lowlands as terrible With astonish in c speed the water is spreading over itho improved and cultivated land and forests Many of the planters would havo been at the end of another week or so through with their planting Houses of all descriptions and fences in long sections were easily car ried away by the terrible currents and conceivable household object was floating dcwn to the Bayou Phalia seen badly the neighborhood of Kipwitb tents are needed by tho colored people At every ste the colored laborer his family and all are found almost destitute arrayed in jirinoius that have scon their best days afford them Anit little comfort and protection If no assistance comes to these people many will die from exposure Food will soon bo needed and if not pro vided prcat suffer in will bo the eonse nr Tbe Government officers have done 51 croat deal of good in that section but other locations are now ot approaching distress In the vicinity of Winteuvillo a great many cattle are dying from a disease called hollow horn At Mound seven miles below Cauflsh Point the river fell two feet today no doubt owing to tho large break Tbe Lake Washington country and the highest points on tbe banks of the beau tiful lake are also rapidly disap pearing out of sight a which has not been since 1S51 The outlook is not hopeful for tho planting of the overflowed district before May Jnst as soon as the water subsides sufficiently It Is supposed the break can bo temporarily closed so that tho crops be protected against any future rise this season STEAMTilllS TO TKE JTESCUB ARKANSAS CITY soon as the of the break at Catflsb Points reached here the Government steamers and Graham took several barges tbafpoinV brought away about 150 people and their lor of stock etc Tellinger of the Government service is on the ground doing everything he can to save life and property DISASTROUS TKXAS FLOODS DAMAS March 5 Trinity river like all the others is overflowing its bottoms and much damage is resulting therefrom by the drowning of stock The dam broke aft the unfinished city waterworks above tho city and now the pumping engine in 100 feet iinder writeir The unfinished res ervoir will sustain damages to the extent ot many thousands of dollars A YACHT CHEW PERISHES TORONTO April Yesterday a large yacht was sighted heading for this port un der full sail An hour later sho seemed in distress but before a boat could reach her sho capsized No person was found aboard the vessel though all the circumstances in dicated that she had been manned Tho name Idler was painted onher stern None of the yacht menin this city anything about the yacht or her crew allot whom are supposed to have perished THREE WOMEN GREENVILLE April Yesterday while a colored man with three women jn a skiff were fleeing from the flood in Rougue county the skiff commenced leaking and before assistance could be rendered the whole party went down The man bad a narrow escape but the three women were drowned SEVEN NEGROES DROWNED ViCKSBTOO April talninff twenty negroes who were trying escape from the flood capsized in the mouth o Tataya only thirtoeo reached the shore alive lace but goodimitations thereof ASHLAND April fierce prlze ficht was held in Verrnillion last night The combatants were a burly woodsman named Peck well known over Cupper as a roughandtumble fighter and a teacher of boxing Cowboy Wilson who was pounds lighter than Peck Wilson was badly knocked out in the third round and wanted to emit revolver in the handsofhis backer convinced him that he had better tHe next three rounds he attempted to things and was knocked Vines In the seventh he was knocked un conscious and remained so for half an hour Peck was hardly scratched Bariker Morgan Injured MOBTE April 5 S Morgan of the London branch of the firm of Drexel Moigan Co yesterday while riding the hoises became frightened and thinking that they would run away Morgan jumped from the carriage When picked up he was unconscious He was found to have con cussion of the brain and it Is thought that the shook may prove fatal I Transcontinental Freight SAN FRANCISCO freight committee of the which has been In session here during the past week finished its labors toflay number ot behad for onethird the cost A hand kerchief with a scollopedout adiru in imitation of an ivyleafIs novel pretty another has a deep border colored dots each dot worked by hind Since the Irish linen weavers have taken to embroidery in French nolorigsr havaa monopoly inthis style of handkerchiefs A Plucky Girl There is onebrave girl in Charlotte She is Miss Lula Smith the pretty little fourteenyearold daughter of Sheriff Z S SmitihVQf thiscpunty At 5 oclock this afternoon Miss Lula was playing near the jailwithsome other children when she Tiappened to see a prisoner slide of the jail through a newly knew thatwould never do so she ran quickly totheside of thejail and picked up a bis She began to pou nd a secondkinky the hole and in the escaping Only a f e w 1 icks were n ecessary to d rive the prisonerback Standing hole on the inside dozen prisoners through the hole and escape but the little woman stood guard at the outside and dared them to poke out their heads She gave the alarm and soon her father was on the scene and the prisoners all locked up m their cells By some means or other the prisoners had cut a hole through the thick brick wall and had it not been for Miss Lula a wholesale de livery would have resulted The prisoner that succeeded in getting away was a negro boy m for a trifling Atlanta Consttfutwife Charlotte N C Their First Sight of Ice When one of the first importations of ice from America arrived in Indiant was mosr amusing to see the anxiety which it was sought after Thedeposits were only open for a short time before sunrise when crowds of coolies were m attendance Locarry off the portions re quired by their I tionwere immediately enveloped m j thick blankets aud inclosed in baskets which were carried oil with all speed but i a considofabk quantity invariably before they could reach then respective destinations Two or three natives crowding round a basket which eager to touch the novelty but immedi ately on feeling its extreme coldness they ran away exclaiming that It was burrj gurramvery hot A too cried violently and told mamma that glass had burned his fingers It was not a little surprising eral see the ice brought to the table as the greatest possible luxury saltpetre andglauVr salts had notafr tained a temperature than that of new milk The ice in question was taken out to India as a means of preserving a duantity of American apples in diiion for the Calcutta market when the ice unexpectedly proved a more lucrative species of merchandise than the f Telegraph Up To Smtff Hugg drive with one hand Josie Not driving witahjm there is No Breach of Faith Impatient patronSee here I you advertised Umbrellas repaired while you wait Slow I did but I didnt sty how long youd have to His Eipenpes Western gaice atOPikes stay a week  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