Salt Lake Tribune, April 8, 1890

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April 08, 1890

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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah If you Houses Rooms or Servants patronize the Want Columns of The Tribune The total circulation of The Tribune last week was over VOL 155 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY MOKNXBTG APBIL S 1890 PRICE FIVE CEjSTTS IT THE NATIONAL CAPITAL I for a Ship CanalAround Niagara Falls NEEDLESS APPROPRIATIONS PROPOSED A Childrens Day at the White House New Service Pcnwlon Pension for Mrs Frauds N April AKfiociatad The Jresidunl hiis approved the provide for the mid to hold Minns of United courlK in tin Stutc of Washington mid Inn of tin Treiihury to full authentic Information in rnani to tin Alaska The Secretary of the today appointed Henry Klliotl as agent of the Treasury tKpiirtmiira with of per diim to obtain full unit informal ion 11 re gard to tlie Alunkn llshlng interests under the provisions of the act of Congress approval April IM i AT Till WHITE ICOtlWH The Whitf House ivus made today by annual gathering tinre of children for the piirwwe of eux grounds hack of I ho mansion over to UK children arsd several spent a portion or day there Thy wro of nil from tho colored in to Mio pampered child of luxury The Irsidnni stopped occusioii iillv in hlK to look ur them unci seemed to tin During afternoon the Marino Jiuiid was ordered out by llm Irusiilont for the belief t of the A FOR KHH I Tin House OommUue on Icusions onlenxl a fnyoni bio report m che liill irruiitinvf a pinsion to Mrs Delia JurnHI daughter of Into Admiru Stewart and of Charles Ilirnoll Tho original hill provided for SIOU per month which was to AN The House CnjnmiUeo on Appropriations havo completed the and judicial appropriation bill ft carries an ap propriation or A The House Committee on Railways and Canals ordered a favorable report on the hill providing for the construct ion the United Stales of a ship canal around Niagara Kails A million dollars In appropriated to the work under he direct Inn of the of War tho total cost to be ft will be twentythree rnllfH ionjf ls urwed JIM a war measure the tnly means of around the falls now hiiina Wulland cimal which would hn closed the United in of war It Is to ttfftow tho lines already surveyed KECOINAOK OK COIN Tho HouiKt Committee on Coinage Weigh iuid Measures today authorized a favorable re iwrton the bill for the of worn mu dlfttwl and uncurrenl subsidiary coins of the United States ft U provided that silver coins of donoinlnations than shall lioroafter be ItsKftl tondor in pums not cxcuedhitf If20 In all pftvniftritH of public and private and when uold bv a national bank may be counted as part of xrrnpiRfATiOiV Prontov today to the Senato a letter calfinw the attention of thnt body to onr Intn Items in the hill appropriations fortlllcatlons morrars and fjun which he says cannot be procured probably within thrro years the lifetime of cur rent appropriations for any tlscal Tear and con Roqueritly the contract would lapse by before completion and delivery lie fiURKOsts that the hill be amended so as to correct this oversight and furl her sujwtnsts that the Secretary of be to purcliase abroiul such purls of KUH an are not produced in this country A NBW SKUVtOK PKXSION The service pension bill introduced today in Ihe House provides substantially as follows It grants a service pension of I cent per month for each day of service to every man who served in the Union army during the lato war without ri cardlonKP1 it provides that soldiers who now receive disability pensions may it they choose relinquish their disability pension and accept a service pension the widows of those drawing porvice penslans to bo placed on the rolls at per month during widowhood but to have a right to and obtain a pension under the present law by show Inc Unit tho husband died from disability con tracted In tho service and line of duty The bill also grants a pension of per month to minor children under 111 years of cf soldiers who pension aid if any children so helpless as to require the help of another person the pension is continued during this help iVssneflS u a widow dies or remarries before nor children attain the age of 10 her pension is to bo paid them until they attain that age TUB CASK General Schofleld said totiny that no informa tion would he given to the press in regard to the SteoloVVtld courtmarllal case until it had been finally disposed of which would not bo for sov sral clays yot Tho impression prevails in cor lain quarlors thaiLieutenant Steole is found culltvof technical assault and sentenced to a short suspension from rank and duty niul that he will reprimanded A LAND VBAUD Secretary Noble has rendered an opinion on tho report of tho hoard anpolntud by Commis sioner GrolT the General Oflicfl to cxam Ino lie facts and circumstances concerning the Issno In 2ovomlor 1SHP to Thomas Reed of a patent for llii acres of land said to ticmtaiu valuable mineral deposits in the Uuliith huul district The investigation was based uiou tho fact that it the timo the patent was Issued of title of In ml was pending before the Department After reviewing tho facts presented by the board ilie Secretary severely condemns tlio action of the parties who to anUcu pttto It is intimated an adverse action by tho Popartmont prooureil n record of the patent at Duiuth land otllce at oclock In the after noon of tho day on which the kniinissionor had oclock for its return to the adds the thaf I tho Genoral Land OlUcti clerk who up proved tho entry for the patent Inexplicably nefleotod his dnty and mustbe dismissed from the service of tho United that tho Re crirdVrofthf OtVico M 3ownsend his conduct in this business vio lated tho strict rules that should have controlled JxStn that the in the case who were acting for Hart and Mallet lloeds grantees when they knew tho patent to bo illegally issued it proper ana necessary that their professional con duct be inquired into under the rules of tho De partment which them to s further hear ing on duo 1 AN JSIGHTHO UR ST1 UKE gevon Thousand Chicago Carpenters Quit Work CnicAflO April oarpontors striko took place this morning according to tho programme It Is estimated that botwocn tlvo and six thou jnnd lire out The oarponter work on nearly all the large is brought to a standstill Thfi strike for eieht hours as a days work and wages of 40 cents an hour No trouble is reported from fciiy quarter vet Tonight it is estimated that 7000 arc out In aomoplaces tho bricklayers are out with tho out of sympathy and it is reported that the entire body of bricklayers would bo willed out unless tho trouble should be settled irlthin a week In any event nearly all tho other building trades will havo to slop work pretty icon UMIOSS tho carpentersstrike is settled that event men will bo idle Some con tractors wishing to complete tho work ou hand koday offered to accept the mens terms but the Brotherhood is after the Builders Association nsd refused to lot any one return to work unless body recognized tho Union President Goldio of the Builders Exchange thinks it will be at least a week before tho strike settled A VICIOUS COUNT Moutcrcolo Up Another Circular With Chronicle by his recent imprisonment Count Di Moutetoolo1 up again last evening and viler than those he putin lalion several weeks ago It wiJl he renJenv was sentenced to pay a flu of JSO and heM in to keep the peace for his first offense The fine has not yet been paid He hired n bootblack on Thursday to sUHion himself in front of large and hotels and iUtributi 11 bundle of circulars which the Count handed him The Count hid in sin alley way 10 watch the boy and both were arrested One of the circulars was found upon the Count It road as follows affront doubtless the ngor of the common law which is to se me free of an unfortunate marriage and enact against the overbearing done to me TrotHIng of my sad condition 1 tried hard to llnd work but the have put me out I prefer to lay myself in the right to call rather than remain bound to such a woman To you who ac cuse as the deceiver of Virginia Knox 1 answer that I have been deceived by her and the mvstery of life it would be possible to prove thmruth Oh how many white lives would KOK black You Virginia now fear to moot the process for you arc culpable and you fail of de fense to my hard ami true accusations I could write a volume of your account but what Helps you is I dont know tho Knglish language J rust to rny courage J shnU now conquer with crush ing proofs and with tho opinion whichyou have at J will toll the rest In Ho was hold in flOO bail and lined JfSO The bootblack was discharged This iniui four years ago married the greatest society catcnes in ilttsburg Democratic Victories April vote at the municipal election today for judge of the Su Court oiork of the polic Court diroctor of the City and members of the Council was very light The Uupublioans at midnight soon to have a majority of one on the Board of Educa tion two on tho lioard of Councilmen both of which were heretofore Republi can The Democrats elected all the other oill cers the clerk of the Police Court April city election was iniet not more than SO per cent of the vote being polled The Democrats elect their entire ticket and make substantial gains In the Council THE MONTANA CONTEST CASK PKHATJ5O AT U3XGTH BY T11K SENATE Vnnco JRfllHtcH ft llojcr FrcHUlcnt IJofciHJod by Sorvico JLon In tho House April In tho Senate Evarls resolutions of the Now York Chamber of Cominirflc protesting against thn pending blllfor a wnsus enumeration of the Chinese as ubsiircl barbarous unchristian and cowardly and a memorial on the siunu subject from tho American Missionary Association was presented by Phut presented a memorial for tho admission of Vw Mexico without committing himself to Uio views set forth in it Thu Montana election ease was then taken up and Vauct a member of Uio Committee on Jrlvi and Klootloiis mndu an argument support ing minority report dccliirlng Clark and Magiiuiis the Democratic claimants entitled to tho smuts Hklc iiskttd him to give proferonco to the Chinese lOniimonitioii bill which it was important to of us soon as possible Hour intunntod that the Chinese Cunsus bill could not be disposed of immediately as JSvurts desired to Kpouk on It HnlKaskod ICvurts whether he desired to debate itnt longth JOvarls said he did Iliilo gave notice thill ho would move to talci take up the Chinese Enumeration bill as MOOU us the Montana election case was disposed of CZTl 1 ever hoard of a title to a sent in tlieSoiwtn based on such slender technical triMiiiKgrounds Ho had never known Mm pub lic will oC a community Uiwarfced and trampled under foot on such limsoy nrr texts lie know the flathad know tlio Republi can olal man ts worn to be soivted ciiu Senators woiiltl bo Kicker over thn thing bo fori they wore cloiivi with It than ho He had of in old fellow who went out Ohio In hogs Ho benight a big drove and to New York When ho got to Nw York ho found that hogs wero cheapor thoro Uian in Ohio so he shipped thnm back and scild thorn In Ohio Some friend said to him you maue a bad said lin lost a good deal of monoy but 1 had the company ot tint hogs hotli So ho Vnnco thanked God that in nil future denuu dallons of tho for thn suppression of col ored votes tho Southern Senators would havo tho company of the hogs f Spnoiior also a of tho Committee on Privileges and Elnctions mudo an iirgunujnl in favor of Mie majority report thai Sanders and Powers the Republican claimants uro entitled upon the merits of thn case to bo seated Ho would pass ho said from Lhojokos of the Senator from Kortli Cnrnlinu Vanco and advert to the able iiucl ingenious nrgumcnt of the Senator from Delaware A IHho Senators agreed that the question was one of high import and of much clolioftoy It ulToctod not only thoright of IMotitaua to bn represonted in tho Senate by the mon of her choice but it alleoted also tho dig nity and Integrity of tho Senate itself tt should therefore bo considered with judicial calmness and deliberation freed much as might be from partisan bias and He knew that it was nnt neces sary to the Senate that It had been In that spirit that tlie majority of tho Committee on Privileges and Klootlons had commenced nnd continued consideration of tho A Senator couM of course only bo elected by a State bcgiK lature and Iu order to soul a mini in thn Somite he must have been chosen by u legislature organ ized within themoaning of tlui Constitution Kut It wns not necessary in his opinion to go bo von d what might bo primaj acif evidence nnd thnt primajucifi evidence was found in this case iu thfttiertlflcato of a Hoard of Canvassers consisting of thu Chief Justice Governor and Secretary of tho Territory In tho course of his speech Spooner alluded to tho chnrgo ratulo by Gray against Mie President forunduo haste in issuing tho proclamation for I tiond mission of and lie defended Uio President In that matter Tho Presidents whole Hfo ho sjiid wns ampin refutation of any such Intimation Spoonor yielded for executive session Sonutfc soon adjourned House April Morris moved to suspessd tho rules and pass the Senate bill grauiing pensions to soldiers and sailors who aro incapable of performing labor and providing for pensions to widows and minor children and de pendent parents Sprinnvr demanded a second and the motion was to 57 Morrlll briefly explained that tho substitute provided a service pension of F8 u month to sol dltirs who havo readied tho ago of 63 years or who are He thought thosnmo princi ple which had been applied to the veterans of tho war of tha war with Mexico should bo applied to the veterans of tho waroC 1S61 In answer to iv question ho stated that it was estimated that tho Senate bill would require an annual expenditure ot and tho House substitute After clobato HOUSB rnfused to suspend tho rules nud pass tho yeas 169 nays 87 not tho necessary twothirds voting iu tho affirmative Uuitenvorth from the Committee on Appro priations reported the executive and judicial appropriation bill Calendar Flower moved to suspend the rules and pass the lill increasing from to SfiOOO per annum tho salary of tho supervising SiirgeoixGoneral of the Marine Hospital Service A long debute ensued but tho motion to sus poiuUhe rules failed A bill was passed for tho relief of Asa Ellis col lector of internal revenue of the first collection district ofCalifornia The House then wtnt into Committee of tho Whole on tho Naval Appropriation bill With out action tho committee rose and the House ad jouriieil Building Over a Tenant NEW YOUK April TRJBUXK San Francisco Chronicle Wuerth is engineering an architectural phenomenon which vlll soon tako form iu Newark 2s J It is a house within a house a long apartment house to bo built around and over asmall house after tho Japanese fashion because of a tenants refusal to movo A few weeks ago thoro were five houses on the corner plot Tho owner decided to build a lileflat house and had two of tlie houses taken a way and two torn down The fifth was and is occupied bv Frederick Tlicur as a saloon and dwelling Ills lease docs not expire for another year and ho announced that ho had no intention of vacating The new Hats were built up to with in fcAV inches of Thours house on all four sides leaving a small passageway iu front for Thour and faniily to reach tho outside world llhenrs houseis but two stories high and the newone will bo built over it for a hight of two stories VVJhe Bchring Sea Negotiations Minister of Marine and leaves for Washington this Negotiations in reference to tho resumed this week RUINED THE EASTER ROBES A Religions Crank Combats the Vani ties of the World A MURDERER THINKS HE SEES JESUS Pickpockets Adopt a New Mode of Fatal Quarrel of Kival Meeks Goes to Butte Suicide BUTTR to Frank Scotland his wife Km ma occupied a room at the Garrison House last They retired for the 12 o clock after having im bibed freely of malt and spirituous liquors during the evening At 7 oclock this morning Scott woke up wife in his arms quite dead She bad suicided with mor phine Onthe near the bed was some parlor In which a little of tho drug still which told tho story It was shown ut the inquest that the woman procured the poison from a female companion She said that she would take it just to fool meaning her husband The suicide WHS a large blonde rather goodlooking She was employed as a beer jerkor in the Dowelro p saloon Her husband came here yesterday from Jlissoula TITR UASTKK GOWNS NEW YORK April Francisco Chronicle inspector Byrness force are out on a case whichis most singular All day yesterday reportswero coining to police headquarters that somebody was walk ing up and down Fifth and other crowded avenues and throwing indelible dye upon the richest Easter garments that the ladies had just donned The dye is a deep red and so IntenseIs it that it goes through the outer garment to the inner find leaves stains like blood One young lady aMiss Horn bad a frightful scare when on removing some of her clothes fihe she thought wero blood but found on sending Uio clothes to the police tbat there were a casos of the sumo kind there before singular thing is that the stuff does not burn leaving a hole but simply dyos the goods and is evidently thrown with n syringe for it is concen trated in spots Tho chemists of the departments havo examined tho spots carefully and confess that they have known an dye or chemical which could do this work and It is proof against all at tempts to eradicate it without eating up the i goods The adopted theory of thedetectives is that in those postLenten days some ascetic burning with fervor 1ms accepted a mission to abolish the vanities of life and has found the most flagrant vanity in tho raiment of theNow York ladies Ho has become known among the public as Jack the dye LONDON April THIBUNK San Francisco Olironido Popular feeling over Uio OromOimirdercifsoruns very higb and there is no otlw talked about Jt isrcneriilly the older of the two Bavins brothers will bo hanged on Tuesday despite the of the petition which hnji been sent to theQuoen at AixlesHains for a reprieve Motion of HomeSecretary in reprieving Uio younger brother has not satisliocl the public nor be expected to do s6 since the were equally guilty ir guilty at all Thefact that1 in attacking their brutal father they wore actuated by a determinationto protecttheir mother is a circumstance which arouses public sympathy in then favor and popple to openly deny that they aregnilty of any crime at all As HomeSecretary Matthews is absent the Queen may possibly granta reprieve until shecan consult him personally in regard to the case It is felt that it would bo good policy on the part of the Government to yield to public sentiment in KEFUSBD TO ASSIST NKW YORK April TJUHUNK San Francisco Chronicle During a quarrel at 33 Cherry street tonight caused by some of tho occupants tho tenement refusing to contribute money for tho which was being rushed by two notorious characters named Curtain several persona wero stabbed and one John Sloan and oldlongshoreman will probably clio from his inlurien Curtains had made a general attack on the tho tenants lames Law ton Sloans soninlaw WHS stabbed nine times whiln trying to defend the old man Mrs Sloan and Mary Driscoll wero slightlystabbed The Curtain brothers werecaptured by the officers after a long chase over the roofs Sloan is thought to bo dying in the hospital is very low THE LATEST TiClCPOCKKT Henry Gerkm and Albert Kmisborg are two of Tsew Yorks most daring pickpockets They have just introduced a now wrinkle in their profes sion by setting fire to a and then rob bing him Their victim wasMr Lewis Appman Appmnn cnmo over from Brooklyn on Saturday afternoon and started ior a Bowery Kunsborg and GcrkininOyed with the crowd and keptsuspiciouslynojir him At on opportune moment Gorkih took from his pockot a bottle and pourod a quantity of kerosene over the tails of tho Brooklyn mans overcoat Kunsberg dropped a lighted matchupoa the spot The flamo at llrst very spread rapidly and by tho timoApnnmn had traveled a few yards tho lower part of his coat wns in Ger kin and Kunsburg shouted Help help a man on llro Appnmn started to run up the stroot and was overhauled by Gorkiiv and while ono attempted to out the firo tho other removed Appmans watch nd chain It was a neat act and would have been a success but for tho fact that a happened to bo a wit ness to tho performance awl arrested both A VISION AunnuN X TniKUNT Dispatch Francisco Strange nows conies from the lonely coll where Kemmler tho wifo murderer of Buffalo awaits expiation of his crime Dead to the law andsopn to sit in tho electric chair which science has devised to rid tho State of its assassins this strange man has suddenly evinced a change of heart Last Wednesday morning just after midnight he claimed to havo had a vision like old Saul of Tarsus and that in thq vision hohas con version He ha bcun one of tho hardest inalsovor ha until re cently shown not the slightest evidence OL reali xation of the fearful orimc ho Ho was a drunken who killed a trusting wife Since Wednesday ho has boon an absolutely changed man being now as soft and tractable as a gentle woman Jt was just after 12 oclock last Wednesday morning The deathwatch bad changed at Tlc sucldouly hoard the sound of in the coll as iftwo men were talking Who aro you up thuro Kcmmlor was say ing and what do you me Tho keeper rushed into tlie coll and asked the murderer what ailed Kemmler pointed to tho celling and said sawa man up there who said he was lesus lie had O such a food face and he said tpvmothat ho would for give all my sins Trust iu mo he said aisd I will never forsake Tho next lull of his ex perience Ho saiOT be bolfuvcd that Jesus was really in his cell savu him and he claimed that a dreadful been removed from his He mwvspeiidsnliof lis timein sinking and in conversation with this person who he claims to bo inthVsky Hehus not asked for a preacher KILLED ms niyAL HExnisusoNV Dispatch Francisco Chronicle lOngone Cor well aged 17 and vJumcs aged 1C have boon for some time past favor of a young lady This evening after church they quarreled on tho street about Vior Finally Cor picked up vstickand hir Wells The latter whipped out a revQlvornad shot his rival dead Ho was placed in jail but expresses no remorse for his act LAAVTKB JAU4 NEW YORK April Joseph F Hecks the ihc Thick surrendered himsci this1 afternoon to undergo a sontonco of thirtv days iii Ho paid that the judgment of tho and he would prefer toundergo sentence dis appointed In a decisipu of Appenls TI1E Gnicuoo Goronors into tho cause of tho Mraud Mrs Kowland of Uuglewood hasbeon in r to of fatal sup per The sanity and niter wards told She professed to to the poison where she threw on being taken to the spot failed to lind it She has been proven to be a character having been iutimiite with dir ferint men in Lafiiyotto Ft Wayne audChicago TUK KENTUCKY LOUISVILLE April At Chamber Sta tion near Mount Sterling yesterday Will Barnes and Kelly Day wore killed by Albin Barnes and GeorgeStephcns The Barnes were cousins aixl tlie shooting grew out of an old feud Day was a bystander without tinyv share inthe quarrel Albin Barnes A ICEKTUCKY FKUD April At Harfon today the Spurtocks Days of the HowardTurner feud held a conference nnd agreed to lay aside their It was agreed in case of any further assassinations both sides should unite to bring the murderers to pun ishment CHICAGO April McCann indicted in San Francisco recently for using the mails to defraud was captured in Bloomington yesterday He will be taken back tonight JAIL DELIVBRY AT SIOKANK SPOKANE FALLS April Nineteen persons escaped from the county jail while the jailor was making his rounds He was seized bound and gagged1 by four prisoners who lib erated the remainder by unlocking the cells A posse has gone in pursuit A TUUSTKU EMrLOYJIES DOWNFALL CHICAGO April Clarence P Wickoff a trusted cmployieof the wholesale drug house of Fuller A Fuller was arrested tonichtjfor larceny During the past threemonths he has stolen over worth of goods which he has disposed of to retailers WickolU is 31 years of age and ofex cellent family A SUICID AL MANIA DEATH IN THE CATARACT A New York Actress Makes Nine Attempts on Her Life NEW YORK April Francisco Chronicle a pretty Albany girl who traveled with Rag Baby Company for some tinjoas Edna Carr tried last night to kill herself byswnllowing a bottle of cologne This is the eighth or ninth Lime within six months that this girl has tried to commit suicide Sho is heartbroken over the conduct of Henry Melville a Now York broker who sho charges with ruining ho under promise of msuTinpe Ono day three went to a rendezvous that ho had but ho was not there She oont her steps to the river and offering up a briefprayer throw hor selt1 into thu water A dock Juboror plunged aftor her She was rescnod and tnkcirtpher homo One day she tried to shoot herself but was unsuccessful Tho next morning Ecliia was rnifismg Sho had learned that Melville was iu Pouglikcopsio and thither sho wont but wasfilso Ho not in attempted Lo end her sorrows by death She was detected and tuken to tho City Court and then refusing to givw her name or sho was committed to the cure of the Good Shepherds For some months Edna remained unclor the eves of the watchful sisters hut bydegreessho developed a mania for suicide She attampted to open a vein in her nrm with a bit of glass but succeeded in making only a small wound She wns then shut up in her room During night she arose and dressed herself and ona ropeof twisted and to the LastMonday sheattempted to throw herself from the window and was iiext evening she triedto han hand kerchief to u gas jet in the Ijntliroom but was cut Late last night she was way to recovery J r A LONDON SCANDAL A Parliament Chaplain Jnvolved in a Bad LONDON April Francisco Chronicle comein the forrmof plicHtcs Rev Pr Henry While who for thirty years has been chaplain of Chapel Royal Saxony and orthe House of Dr White has boon accused with immorality The woman gives tho fullest details and evidence The accusation oamfiabout from tho woman attempting to pawn a gold watch that wns recognized as having been presented by his congregation some twentysix years ago and which bore an was arrested nnd Dr White was notified but he declined lojnakc any charge or elloTt re lease of the accused woman When the lauridrcss before the magistrate at theJMaryJe bone police court she made serious charges against the chaplain Dr White tfTe watch had beenstolen from him six months ago while asleep infl knew or had ever seeirlhe woman before NEW GERMAN UNIFORMS The American Cap Pen sion for JiKRLiN April has boeugranted a pension of A clerk named Bunk has been three months imprisonment for attempting to1 extort money from the Marked changes are about to bey made in tho uniform of the Gorman army Con spicuous among them will be the aboli tion of tho famous Prussian iiiihtary cap and the adoption of one made from the American pattern The standup collaris also doomed These and other to follow the introduction of smokeless arc intended to add still farther to the invisibil itv of the soldiers inaction Even the picturesque Bed Unssars and other gailydressediegiments will have to be reclothed A St JJouis Broker Fails ST Louis April Freelcy known broker Is again in financialtrouble He has been the heaviest short in May wheat in this market for a month past and today the course of the market proved too A failure to respond to tlie margin first intimation the trade hadthat howas in trouble He had laid down on his contracts as ho lind twice before refusing to carry thorn any further Frccley has been astrong bull and a firm believer iii higherprices did not go liis way ho suddenly turned market has been going him and culminated today in aivadvanco of 2 cents The news of the failure caused rnent onChange V Planning to Bob the Indians I April Indian Arrow newspaper publishes charges that Job n Wallace a special d isbursi ng agent of the terior Department has conspired to Shawnce and Delaware Indians and the freed men in the strip of the Government to become due about It as also charged that Wallace has identified an who have planned the enrollment of thousand negroes from other ciiiyicns entitled to annuity This wouldneccs the Arrow says the of fully more annuity thau is required The Cherokee officials are going to have arnnvesti gallon The Female Vote iii Kansas KANSAS CITY April were held throughout Kansas today cities of the fourth class Reports from cities show that the women cast about twofifths of the votes They allied themselves with pue or the other of tho parties in the bad nocandidates of their own ETJGEnTON April the mosthotlycontested campaigns licre the elected as Mavor Mrs W 11 Kelley Police Thomas Greet Council Mrs E Stellcrt Mrs Mat Rossarid iiMrs1 Madame Tsebrikoyas Punishment VisxisA April who was reportedto have been7 exiled a letter to the Czar is now at Penza ifrtheCam caucus under strict police watch She was conv vevcdhurriedlv in a carriage withoutwindows She was constantly guarded and not speak to The Equitable Bank NEW Yonic April directors of Equitable Bank riavedecided to One directors claimk that of bankV husbeenlosing money The deposits have dropped down to a I figure where theroasTery little profit for the concern ThedeposUorsliaiye beennotifiedto withdraw their A PeroyiaiiAgitator ex Dictate that he ning in Vtlie coining tempted to stir up riots in this 1 committed hrvsthe eritjre support jofetnov The Tragie Fate of a Niagara Falls Sportsman AN ILLINOIS TOWN SWEPT AWAY The Water Supply of Dallas Cut Off By a Ferry Razed to the Aeronauts Thrilling Adventure WATISAW N April Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle A is a victim of the Niagara Welch was an ardent sportsman and his especial delight at this season of the year has always been to hunt musk rats along the river bank nboufc the cataract Muskrats have been plenty this season and Welch and his son Grant busied themselves daily catching the animals A week ago they went out on a baiting trip The lad returned and Welch further down tho river inpursuit of prey Soon after the hunters separated a violent storm sweptover this vicinity The young man snid today that the last he saw of his father he wns heading toward the Canadian shore toinspect somu traps Ghippewa Darkness and storm soon set in and for two hours the wind lashed the river into foam The thunder was terrific and the rain fell in torrents so tliat nobody wired toventure out Welch wont over Niagara Falls in tho hurricane Ex perienced river men believe that when the gale struck him Welch tried to make Goat Island He must have been near the center of the river and was not farfrom the head of the upper rapids Welchs tragic death has the effect of unnerv ing the men who arc accustomed to take despor ate chances on too Niagara just above tho falls It is a favorite spot for fishermen duck shooters aridmuskvat hunters Those men are uow niore afraid of the falls than rank outsiders would too and there was not one of them ou tho river The muskrat traps wero left and unbaitcd while the men discussed Welchs fate AKENTUCKY VILLAGK DK3IOLTSIIED has just boon learned that Harpers Kerry Henry county was almost completely destroyed by a tornado The village was composed of less than two dozen houses and in a considerable distance from any railroad All the houses blown down and tho inhabitants buried beneath the ruins Two persons wore killed and seven or eight badly injured WATBH CUT OFF BY A FLOOD DALLAS Texas April consequence of inundation of tho machinery of the city waterworks there is almost famine pre vailing The electric strectlight power is cut off andhist night and tonight the city was in dark ness AN AEKOJTAUTS usoArn American named Matthews attempted to drop from u balloon by a parachute at Croydon today and came very near losing his life He became entangled in tho cording of the airship and dangled hope lessly underneath tho balloon meanwhile drifting away while gradually descending In this way Matthews was carried several miles and finally lodged OIL the peak of a roof from which he was He was badly cut scratched and bruised A TOWN SWEPT AWAY BunTiNGTON April report reached here lale tonight by railroad wires that Prophets town blown away by a cyclone and many people killed No other yar ticulars can bo the wires now prostrated by the storm Inquires sent in all directions up to 1 oclock have failed to bring further particulars storm al Prophetstown The lirsfc report through railroad people was thai a stocktrain was just leaving the town when the storin struck it forty cars beingblown Tho report also stated thafc the town was almost completely swept away It seems doubtful if the verified State It has a population of 800 inhab itants Richard Proctor Insane April is much ex citement here over the strange actions of Richard Proctor the only son of the late famous astrono mer Proctor who is a young man of about two months agobegan to act strangely and took delight in wandering abroad at niphtand hurling storms through the windows of private residences At his own home be would frequently chop tho furniture to pieces and toss the debris into the He believes that he is very wealthy and owns all the real estate in St Joseph He contracts large debts which are with difficulty paid by his mother and sisters who are poor It was decided thisafternoon to havchim committed to an in sane asylum He has been prominent in so The Emperors Military Order BEnwji April appears that the Emper ors recent order with reference to commissioned officers in the army does not increase their pay but lowers the scale of private incomes to secure commissions Hereafter aspirants for commis sions in the rifles foot artillery and pioneers need have private incomes of no morre than forty five marks monthly Those who seek commis sions in the field artillery seventyfive rastrks monthly and in the marks monthly The Beet Sugar Industry ORLEANS April steamship has arrived here from Hamburg Germany loaded with elaborate machinery for a beet Vugar factory now under construction at Grand Island Neb She also brought upwards of fifty tons of beet seed Several tons of these seed CO forward to the Agricultural Department at Washington as the Department has applications for seed up to the present time from over farmers and applications are constantly coming in wHch shows the interest taken regarding this new and very important industry by the farmers in America The Bible in the Schools Nsw YORK April committee of the Methodist conference in its report repudiated the recent decision of the Supreme Court of Wis consin regarding the Bible in the public schools as unAmerican and pagan and a menace TO the perpetuity df our It held that it was the duty of Christian citizens to deny that the Bible was to claim for it a wherever the State attempts to educate the ycuthfor the duties of citizenship The Michigan elections were held throughout the State today In instances the issVes were of a purely local nature Among the larger places Mar shall and Hillsdalewent Repub lican while Lansing Grand Rapids Jackson BiivCity and have gone almost solidly Democratic In the villages and towii ships the parties are about equally flight Democratic majorities in the preponder An Election at Cleveland April At the municipal elec tion today Democrats elected the municipal committeemen of various ofthefortyaldermen The board of education is a tie The city govern ment is still in the hands of the cepttwo A Wall Street Failure April on the Stock Exchange It is ieported there is a defalcation in the firm to the The is of the most promineht ihe the firm the failure was defalcation Philadelphia t the failure Is not to specialor immediate event of i j f 4hA Gi ment whose actionihastne entire public lyhicavref uses in wns Dcuplas Uilper who died about o week ago At the lime of his dealh it was the talk of the hut Hilpers accounts heavily overdrawn At the office of the firm this afternoon nothing could be learned n tho matt IT Tho firm announces the following as the only statement Uiey will make before cVcnimr Hiljror wns for Georce K Sistare Sons Philadelphia oftico That otlice WHS found short Hi Igor died Saturday This and tho Detroit defalcntior of A M Stanton for a few year caused 10 The manager of the branch oflice of Sistnre Sou stated tonighr that ho understood the Into Mr Hilger speculate in stocks through Phila delphia brokers and lost a Inrpe of money lo tliought it would reach the sum statedin the iSow York dispatches fnmily deny the rumor that HHsor committed suicide Tlie physicians sny he died of typhoid fever How the Czar Breaks Oir a Itlatoh LONDOX April Duke Michaolovitch second son of Grand Duke Michael and aidde camp of the Kmporor bis been ordered to ihe Caucasus for three years This is due to tho op position of the Czar to tho projected marriage between his cousin and tho daugbierof Count Ignntieff Banker Morgans Condition XKW YORK April the offices of Drexcl Morgan Co it was stated today that cable ad vices announced that the condition of 1 S M or pin was worse and that he was not expected to A Gulf Road Being Pushed TOPEKA April meeting of the board of directors of the llutchinson Oklahoma Gulf Railway has resulted in pushing forward the construction of the road It is reported that the road will be operated by the Union Pacific Death of a Financier BOSTON April Long the financier died suddenly this afternoon THE VIBRATORY FORCE KKELY OF MOTOR FAME ANOTHER DISCOVERY The Motion Generated by a Harmonica and a Silk Sympathetic Chord Does It PHILADELPHIA April TRIJUIXE San Francisco ChroiwU Professor Jo seph Leidy of the University of Pennsylvania and president of the Philadelphia Academy of Natural Science witnessed experiments by Keoly of motor fume yesterday In an interview pub lished this morning ho declares that Keely bus discovered a new force distinct from magnetism or electricity After the Hniil experiment which was the raising of a weight by striking a sympa thetic lone Dr Leidy was asked this question Doctor is it true that this unknown force has actually before your oyes tho force of gravity with which wo are all familinr The answer slowly nnd deliberately was I pee no escape from that conclusion As 1 under stand it claims he has a force to produce an interference with the magnetic current to the earth The earth is enveloped in a magnetic cur rent as an orange is with its rind The test ex periment he made was what announced as being the propagation and application of thu force through the atmosphere from one room to an other without other medium of conveyance than a silk cord The door a little back shop the existence of which until then was unsuspected was now opened and a silk cord passed from the transmitter to a large bronze globe mounted on an axis horizontally The other end of the cord was not fastened to the globe but to a slender bar of steel supported on near it A plate of glass an inch thick wns put between the end of the resonant steel bar and the A similar piece of glass was put between the wall and the other end of the bar Glass was put un the uprights which supported tho bar Glass plates Were also under tho upright which supported the axis of the globe Keely then look a harmonica in his hands and allowing the silk cord from thetransmitter to pass over ihe began to sound notes on it When the sympathetic he said was struck thevi oratory force he doclnred was conveyed along the silk cord The bronze globe which was about fourteen inches in diaraotcr to revolve about axis Paster mid faster as Kecley played the globe whirled Some said Dr Leidy 1 suppose a young lady will bo tvblo to play on the piano and set her fathers mill to grinding I see no pos sible source of deception This demonstration was wonderful There is no explanation of the effect thus produced except by vibratory force such as Keely assigns as the Dr with an air of conviction Would you care TO be quoted to that effect bo was asked I have said he Ho walked over and examined the apparatus of the last dem onstration The card was inspected and chipped into pieces some of which were given to each of those 7 I expect to solve the question of aerial navi said for I can already move a weight up and down la the atmosphere or even in Nobody offered any remark on this remarkable declaration What is the forco with which 1 expect to do this The same sym pathetic attractive force which holds the planets together The force is dual The sympathetic negative disassociates molecules just as the sym pathetic positive associates them I believe elec tricity to be a substance not a Menclelc Against the Slave Trade ROME April Emperor Menelck of Abyssinia has written a letter to Prime Minister Crispj svu thorizing Italy to represent him at the Brussels antislavery congress and affirming the intention of Ethiopia to follow the example of the Clms ian nations in referenceto the slave trade An Election at Helena April At the municipal election today Bradford was elected Mayor Folk Treasurer and Sanders Police The City Council stands seven Republicans and seven Democrats A Pioneer Engineer Dead April William Galloway who ran the first locomotive over the Baltimore A Ohio road is dead He retired ia 1887 and was probably the oldest locomotive engineer in the world At the time of his death he was 81 years old Indiana Democrats Win A GREAT DAY FOR SPORT Sehaefers WalkOver at the Chicago Billiard Tournament COREETT TALKS BACK TO SULLIVAN Lord Dnnravcn Accepts the Peafoody Rowing Match in at AVashiBgtoii and Xcw Orleans Loxnox April TnmiTNE San Francisco Lord Dunravon has Pont tho following roply to tho chal ItMigo proposing a serios of racos of seventy footers between England and America APAKK MANOR ADAKK IKBLAND DKAR In ivply o yours of March ltth Oa tho TJrli of rhjs 1 to rho Now York Club asking thoy could agree to last mossago of Koyal Yacht squadron to elYcct that tho American cup should if it camo into their possession bo hold subject to challenges according to tho terms of tho Thisilo race and in that case my challoiigo last your might bo considorod meruly postponed for a season Ponding the receipt of an answer from the Now York Yacht Club it is impossible to give a definite reply to tho pro posals in your letter 1 must therefore content myself for the present in merely acknowledging asking you to convey my thanks for the in vitation yon were good enough to forward to 1 haw ilio honor to be yours truly Signed To STEruKS PEABODY The Knickorbockor Club TALKS HACK YORK April Associated In regard to tho statements Sullivan is said to have made Corbett today said I want to say 1 think it very unfair to speak so disparagingly of a man whom he has never met and of whoso ability ho has no knowledge if ho did ho me to sleep in lour rounds 1 will givo him an opportunity to try it at my bonetlt which takes place in the Fifth Avenue Casino Brook lyn under the auspices ol tho Seaside Athletic Club on next Monday night when I will spar Sullivan four rounds and if I do not succeed in him he can havo the onliregftte receipts un also willing to wager from upward that he cannot put me to sleep in four KKJIT WILL now JlLKAJf SYDNEY N S April 7 Kemp has ac cepted McLeans challenge to row a race on tha Paramatta river The race will take place throe weeks after the contest between Kemp and Mat tersou A DAY AT 2NONTG05IKRT JARK Mrcsirmfl April TLo mooting nt Montgom ery Park was attended by 1000 persons Tiie track was good Tho regular meeting begins Saturdav Twoyearolds halfmile Too Sweet won Black Knight second Roso Howard third Time TUT WINNBKS AT NEW ORLEANS NEW ORLEANS April Weather clear and warm track iu firstclass condition livo Lena A won Pete Harlan sec ond Story Teller third Time Six Tom Karl won Skobolofl Semaphore third Time Five Lilly Lochicd won Fremont second Miss Francis third Time Handicap earold s Joe Blackbnru won IJardee second Lny Blackburn third Time M soveri Friendleps ivon Tudor second Buckler third Time 1 THE JJKNXJNGS RACKS WASHINGTON April At the Bennings trnck weather was fairiy good and the track ex cellent Five Patroctes won Vivid second Aquasco third Time Beck won Pelham second Fannie third Time Half Best Boy won Ccnse colt second Eustoii third Time 1 50 Threeyearolds and upward six Nina W won Louise second Shotover third Time Handicap mileand an eighth over Bassanco won Jim Murphy second Dochart fell at third hurdle and did not finish Time nAC15 HORSKS SOLD NEW YORK April The race horses belonging to William McMabqn t Company were sold this morning at the Boulevard Riding Academy The most important sales were JEolian William Wcston tt Company Speedwell Edward Garrison Falow Billy OFarrell Brooklyn Kempland Mattie Corbett April In a townhhip election today the Democrats were They also swept everything at Fort Wayne At Bvansvillc they elected a majority of tho Couts cilrnen and city officials and probably the entire township ticket A B M Extension LINCOLN April A contract was signed today whereby the Burlington Missouri River road will build a new line from the crossing of the Chevenne river to Dead wood South The extension is 100 miles long Iowa Memorial DBS MOINES April Senate passed the House joint resolution jjflipg Congress to laws for the protection Wpiners in the Ter ritoriesalso asking that thenjresent bill for re the Union Pacific indebted ness be not SCIlAEPERfi WALKOVER CHICAGO April The billiard game tonight L between Schaofer and Daly was a walkover for the former Daly was allowed a handicap of 300 points but was quickly distanced Schaefer 500 average 717 best runs Dalys total 00 average 5517 best runs 18 15 13 In the afternoon Ivcs and neiser played Ives running 275 to Heisers 139 Ives averaged 13 1520 best run 70 Heisers 619 best run 45 BOSTON April Saunders theprofessional champion courttennis player of England has signed articles fora match for the championship of this world which Petti t of the BoRLori Athletic Cl ub holds at present Saturday next Pettit will sail for England to prepare for the contest The Reorganized Mormons Meet LOAMT April The annual conference of the Reorganized Church of Christ of Latter Saints is in iessioii here President Joseph Smith son oC the founder of the Mormon is in attendance and preached today The report showed increase of more than 2000 in member ship over last year An Insane Heiress KKW YORK April jury today declared j Miss Harriet Coffin insane She is the grand da and heiress of the late Judge Coflin of Cincinnati She has been about a year in a pri vaio jusylum on account of her eccentric be I toward Kyle Bellew the actor April theifim ot George Outrages Crete April troops have pillaged churches and insulted Christians in the Province of Candia At the request of the foreign Consuls the Governor lias ordered an in quiry into the outrages annual meeting of the Altonroad resulted Jn the election of the old directors and officers except A C Bartlett who was chosen to fill the unexpired term of John Crerar iAnother PanAmerican Tour WASBrurGToisr April 7 The International a tour April 18th to return to Washington May The Temperature 54 New Orleans 1St 62 36 e y of tpriK house of 46 Iromthe ef A Babys Tribute to Gen Crook Jiorace McVicker If General Crook looked down on his funeral cortege Sun day he saw one onlooker express pleas ure and it probably touched him as much as anything else he saw My wife and babies Affie and Horatia ihe latter 2 years old were calling on my mother last Wednesday and there General Crook and Mrs Crook also called My baby was in a gracious mood and en tertained the party with notably Humpty glety pjgglety my black The General made a great impression tbe baby and Thursday1 1 began ing her a new piece overcoming her oblection by telling her General Crook wanted to hear it Sunday Iwent down to the office to look over the ing her with me as usual and oil our return home we joined the crowdsc on the street to look Generals fu neral processioni In answer i to babys question told hermit was Gen eral Crooks funeral procession When t pointed out the hearse and told her he was in there she held out herhands re cited the two rhymes toijiim with great glee she recited the new Chicago V Two Italian Brotlieris Tamagho r the greaiip tenor for fifty for fifty other valuable In the thetUiffltteHvv who sings in income of S17 ;

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