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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - April 9, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                If you want Houses Booms or Servants patronize the Want Columns of The Tribune The total circulation ot The Tribune last week wai over VOL 156 SALT LAKECITY UTAH WEDNESDAY MOBOTBTG APBXL 9 1890 PRICE FIVE CENTS THE TRIUMPH OF SILVER Coldite Organs Admit That Favorable Legislation is Assured BILL SPRINGER ATTEMPTS TO HEDGE The Democrats Snbaidc in tho Idaho MatterStatistics Concerning tho Arrivals and departures of China for Vessels it 517 Kourtocnth street WASHINGTON April 8 All tho Eastern papers are now devoting in creased attention to thci prospective silver legU lojtion Thr handwriting on the wall is too plain Yo Im ignored Liberal legislation In the interest of silver Is assured Whether or not immedinto free coinage will bo Insisted on nrnl carried by tne ultrasilver men is now the only question Both the New York Tribune and tho Phlladcl tedger inform thoir renders of thn certain tins of the future and predict tho triumph of silver The former Journal today devotes column If show the dlirwnnes between tho Senate and llouso bills and sujwsls tho Senatt is likely to adopt tho most liberal of the two Tho Ledger sounds u noto of alarm at the rftpul growth of the fnfscoinaKi sniitinicnt and warns tho IMpubliwinrf that under tho House bill as itstands freu coinage will nutiiniily from Um advanced price of silver bullion At tho sumo time notes Iho rioasts of Senators thai diuto frro a possibility and sin tug tliiu tr such a bill which in far from unlikely President ho coinpdlful to veto It Thoso informed know better President Is urghin irnnifdlato Inflation to silver and will not nullify tho action of Congress whatever it may bo Tho threats of tho defeated Democrats to curry tho Idiihf ens into the courts aro dying ant liven Springer now that success in such an attempt would bo doubtful Tho tnrrlblo bo riitlnc which tho Republican prnss Is uivlnR Dorrifcrnts us allies of pdygamy it hurUiitf thfm and properly so thinks an at tempt to question tho validity of the passage of tlio Idaho bill In tlio House may yd bo madoby of Idaho but wishes it known that doort not by the card or for his Domo HA is wlso hedge this oariy thnSonato UkK up Idaho bill passes it auJ the Pnshidcnt alVixos tin now will Join tho Union with as clear a title as Nobraska Colorado or Nevada Governor Thomas ivnfl ICxGovornor West arc onoo rnoro In Washington working in double hitrnosfi for tho intoroais Salt Lake NOT WAfuriNOTON April Press D 1s Soorrtary of tho Navy has ap tho Undines of not In tho case of Cnramatidne Joseph H re cently trlod by courtmartial In San tFcan cisco ehnrgwl with conduct unbonomlnp an offi cer and a gnnUonian and unndiict to the proju dice of good ordor and dlsciplinft Tho in writing nnd causing toby published in a California jvn article condemning and abusing in unmjasurod terms tho administration of naval affairs Sonor Romero thft Mexican Minister was ftekod what truth thoro was in thn published roport that areciprocity treaty botwwu tho United and Mexico was virtually agreed upon I havo hoard nothing uf any such ho answered AN AKKANSA9 INVK8TUIATION Tho Houso CominUtno on Ideations appointed a to visit Arkansas and collect tes timony relative to tho coutested case of S IJrockonrldp Second district and tho alleged as ttssinatlou of Clayton AND DKVAYlTniVKS OF CTUNHSE In response to the Souato resolution calling upon Sncrotnrv Wlndom for a statement of tho number of arrivals and departures of JhlntiHO at Bun Francisco annually since Augusta and information respecting the law Vor tho px 1 of Chlnoso laborers thn Secretary today transmitted a tabulated stiitmneut giving tho information Tho annual arrivals avor to and tho departures to In aftor iho passage of tho aot 830 irrlvocl and departed OC tho Oil persons who arrived during six mouths lo 1880 lx woro actors y clerks 1 cook 10 druggists 2 goldsmiths UM merchants 4 inlu Inc 8 pawnbrokers 3 physicians 10 rhoomakors 47 students and with no occu pation Of these 221 woro females Secretary Wlndom says In rospoct to evasions of the law for tho exclusion of Chinese laborers that the violations appear to consist of the uso of fraudu lent aud tho smuggling across tho Northern frontier of laborers A NRV CUSTOMS DI3TIUCT The Houso Committee on Commerce has or 8DroU a favorable rewrt on tho bill establishing customs collection district for Arizona TO STOP CIHNBSE 8SHJOOHNO Tho Secretary of tho Treasury has authorized tho Collector at San Dingo to employ an Additional forco to assist him in preventingtho nmuccllnR of Chinoso laborers across the san border This action Is based upon a tolo rraphic report from the Collector regarding the jtnituro of thirteen Chinamen as announced Iu those dispatches IUD9 POU XTW VESSELS were Issued by tho Tavy Do pnrtmont for bids far tho construction of ono kxmorod cruiser of about 8100 tons ono protected nruisor of about tons and ono stool practice ressol of about 800 tons Tho bids will bo opened Juno iOth THE BANKHUrTCY July wheat in consequence of tho Fraley suspen sion arc unfounded It is true however that an tiTcornent was entered into by creditors and others this morning that there should bf no buy ing on those months but no restriction was nlnccd on KClliirx Subsequently one ot Fraley s creditors put brokers in the pit who purchased May wheat freely but then was no exdtcment Fraley has made no statement regarding his con dition MISS WHJGULiERS BEGGAR A Date Set for the Poppenhcizn WUeeler Marriage April Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle consid erable uncertainty upon the part of thn friends of Count Maximilian Vopponhoim and Miss Mary Wheeler it is now positively announced upon authority that the wedding will take placebn the roth of tho present month When the count was wliv wedding had been fet for April and whvithad not taken place today as upon his brow clouded a bit and then nodding and to Miss AVheelei Iu opiiiid that It wus owing to circumstances be said the Count is so great that nothing can prevent our mar riage hl think she loves me Tho laws of ftavnrin rcqiiiro that members of a house of rank shall conform to certain usages incase pi i fortiMifrs or persons not equal in rank lose requirements caused tho dcluv in my rnar but they havo now been complied with In broken Kngllsh ho continued I wont over to New York on Saturday While there I received several cablegrams ono of which was Mr A Promising Colt LKXIXOTOV April Dispatch Francisco Chronicle Lang of millalo X bought today oC F Anglin of thiscftmuty a Imyillly two hcljtrB old by Baron Wllkfjs Kfukorn by Mambrino Jfttohen Klnkoni Is the clam of Constantino and Mr Lang Lhlnks this nily will be worth a fortune when years old Ho paid 15000 for her A Veteran Journalist Dead WASIUVOTON April W Warden died to hiy nt thf Providonco Hospital aged Ho In 1802 as a correspondent of tho Cincinnati f Inquirer and was Am row lohnKons private secretary during tho lattors term Later he resumed newspaper work Tho Houso Committee on Judiciary has com plotod consideration of tho Torreuoe Hankrupto bill and ordered it reported favorably with some nrjendraonts Tho com rait too also ordered a report on tho Henderson bill amending iutcrual rovonue laws TO SlUTKEBS BUCKUTSKOr OAJtCLrSO Tho Houso Committee on Agriculture reported the House with amendments tho Butter yorth bill to define options aisd impose a special fcx upon dealers therein etc An elaborate re sort was also submitted In it tho committee Uys tho bill doos and is intended to apply to that class of transactions conducted in tho tuclcot shops aud graiu pits of the country known Ui puts and Including tho wholo Tango f TOero speculative gambling in fictitious farm roduots It doos not affect injuriously any Bgjtiniftte trader or doalor in farm staples but It leoks to and doos impose an internal revenue tax ipon those dealers in grain cotton aud pork as a rule never soe own or handle a peck or v pound of tho articles thoy deal iu It applies to he dealers whoso transactions have the least reference to tho supply and still loss JBforenco to tho demand for consumption and ret who soil lu bucket shops of tho United Itates ovory month more wheat than is grown iu bo whole world in a year It is urged savs tho committee that tho iu lucnoo of this bill is to greatly hamper aud ro jtTiot trado but so far from the proposed raousuro trado the exact reverse is true Tho Kunmlttoo bus no doubt of tho constitutionality t the measure It adds an amendment to section lot tho original bill providing that the aot shall apply to anv contracts or for Hiture delivery oi any of said articles made with lie United States or with auy State or county or rith the duly authorized officers or agonta ihftroof nor to tho contracts or agreements mado sy farmers for tho sale and delivery of any of tho irtioles aforesaid which wore in actual cotirso of Koductioa by such farmers at tho Umo of making hloh contfaci or agreomont PRTIPAKINa A NEW SILVER BILL pursuant to tho action of tho Republican Sena tors a conference committee of thirteen Republi Iftu Senators mot today and entered upon tho york ot preparing c silver bill Jf possible that Shall command tho support of a majority iu the CONGRESSIONAL PROCCEDIN6S THE ANT1XTKUST PASSED BY TIIK SENATJE Tho IIoiiHO DlHCUflsod Navnl KanHdH IMoinbor Can Soo No Use for Jtuttlo Shlpa N April Um Sonatc among bills reported nnd placed on tlio calendar tho following bill to amend tho InterSlate Cora mniTO act ClTlio llouao bill with an amendment approving tbr funding not of Arizona bill for a commission to tho iiorlhtirn boundary of Warm Springs Indian reservation Orngon Kdmunds introclucod a joint resolution whicl was directing tlm of Congress the KonaUi thw llouso nnd the Dopiirlmniit oi liisticnrospoativoiy to deliver extra orduplicaU iwpjiw of law books to tho law department of Howard University Ho said ho had hoard with siNtonlshuuiht that a law school in tho District o Columliln connected wUh a collego that existed under the authority oftho United States had do lihnrivloly atidou cousldoratlon rofusocl toallov a porscm of some African blood and in overy ro a Rotitlaman of ftullity tc i havin An Ajcfreetnent In Sr Loiris April The reports which gsJhed ilrculntlon outside tho city that tho Morohanla Cxcbanfco had suspended all dealing in May and oC his having African blood 111 his vrlrft Tho Toward Univor alsoa law dopartmont and ho in trod uow a resolution thai thn law books not noodocl for public service m ght bo donated to tho Howard Uiilvorsliy PO that that portion of thoir follov who woro dcnlod equal rights in otho universities in tha District might have ft chano to loitrn Call offered a preamble and resolution whion ovor reciting tho published newspapo Httttomonis as to tho packing of juries m th Norlhorn District of Florida and instructing th Judiciarv Committco to take evidence Yost olforod a rosolution which was agroocl to calling on tho President for a copy of tho report in relation to tho propriety or distributing th funds received from tlxo Moxican Government ou account of tho bra award rosiimed consideration of tho Mon tana oon tested olootlon caso and S poo nor con tlmiodhls argument In favor of tho Kopubllcai claimants Saiulors aud Powors Much of hi snoooh was directed against Governor ioole o Montana for his courso in rofcronco to tho moot hit of tho Legislature and another largo portion of U to show that aliens who had merely declarer thoir Intention to bocorno citizens but woro no fully woro not entitled tc veto or t havo their votes counted If tho were t adopt tho minority views and to soat Clark air it would soat mon whoso title dopencc on tlio votes of mou not of tho Unitoc States and no more entitled to vote in Montanf than if thny had novor crossed tho ocean Piitth argued in fnvor of the miiiorlty report Wlvon ho hud spoken half an hour but two scats woro occupied on tho Republican side of th ohanbor Goovgo oalloa iittontlon to th Vaol and said tbo discussion was a vor Important one aud suggested that no quo rum was present Tin presiding ollioor dirootec tho clork to call tho roll and tho result was tha thlrtyniuo Senators loss than a quorum an moved that tho SorgoantatArms bo ell rooted to request tho attendance of tho absou Sonators Agreed to Gibson moved to adjourn Not agreed ca nays JS The Democrats voted in tho afflrma tlvo and tho Kopubllcans in tho negative Butler having stated that push was not wel onough to aoutinuo his speech it was agreod tha theMontana olootlon caso should bo laid asm for tho day and tho antitrust bill was taken up Voorhws sont to tho clerks desk and had roai a telegram f rom Helena stating that Democrat was elected Mayor by 300 majority an that tho Republicans who usually had a majority ot 100 to 000 carried only ono ward Swooners comment unon tho telegram was That ought to sottlo and Hoars was lha wus tho strongestargument yot produced upoi the Democratic Tho Senate then took up tho antitrust bill a reported from tho Judiciary Committee Afto some was passed 73 to 1 Adjourned House W April bill was passed pro vldliiK that persons settling on tho second in dmiinlty plat of tho Northern Pacitlo gnio between August 1887 and January 16S9 ma transfer thoir on trios to other Government law subject to entry also a bill for the disposal o abandoned military reservations in Wyoming also a bill authorizing tho of Buffalo Wyo to purchase under tho townsito law a strip o the MoKinnoy military reservation also a bil authorizing tho entry of public lands by iucor porated oitios and towns for cemetery aud purposes A bill was passed grnuting a rightofwaj through tho Colvillo Indian reservation to th Spokane Falls Northern Railroad also a bll toprevent tho enlistment of aliens iu tho nuva sorvico motion to reconsider tho vote by which th houso defoatcdtho bill making an appropnatto to support tho dellciency caused by tho Silcot was carried and tho bill was passed Tho House thon wont into Committee or th Whole on tho Appropriation bill Savors tho report of tho commute did not suUioiently explain tho provisions relat lug tolargo bfVttlo shlris Tho committeo utv authorixed the construction of vessels that wouli cost and yot it appropriated to construct them as well as the vessel alroady in courso of O9tistniction Voters criticised the provision of th bill for thrco battle What was tho objec in providing those ships fight light where If wo aro to bo in volved with any foreign nations the war will no be on tho Atlantic or Pacitlo oceans Continuing PotorS said that tho strongos mandato wns tho diplomatic mandate Uoutellc inquired whether tho gentleman woul send a dlplomale to moot British menofwar Iotors ropllpd that wo now had a navy whicl could carry a diplomatoto any port of an foreign country The day for battlo ships on ocean had passed notboliqvo thaUher was anv clangor of any foreign nation deciannj war againsttho United States said tho people of the wer in favor of a reconstruction of tho American navy them it was a matter of Kationa prldo The country could uoigot alongvml mere diplomacy His idea was to mako th Nation RO1 strong on sea that back o diplomacy would DO the strength pf tho Amori not only in protecting our also iu protecting our commcrc in ovory of tho world Tho bill wasthon taken up by sections bii without compiottng a detailed committee rose and tho Houso adjourned GERMAN PRINCES ALARMED The Kaisers Wild Vagaries Create a General Scare TITLES ON THE LONDON MARKET Ancient and Honorable Distinction for a Bernharclt BoycottsChinese Railway Opera Thirty Days Slumber NEW YOUK April TKIBUNE San Francisco Chronicle Kdraiind Yatess cable letter to the Tribune says The federal princes of the Gorman Empire have no sort of be jof in the brilliant capacity of Emperor William They are disgusted and terrified at his recent vagaries Tho Duke of SaxoCoburg Gotha and a Gorman royalties took advantage of his relationship to remonstrate in strong terms with tho Emperor and ho was justified in so doing as the trusted Mend and often conllclentuil admcr of his Majestysfather and grandfather Jiut ms protests were of no Duke was so 111 alenunt that he refused in slay in llorlin for u cliartorofthoUluisk Eaglo but wont oil to Go burg in a high dungeon Dukos sentiment uro most fully shared by he King of Saxony Prince Regent of Bavaria and above all the Grand Duke of Baden TITLES ON TUB MAKKET Tf anv Rontloman from Chiiiajro who has made his pile in who would hko o be a duke or a marquis here is his clninco In tho London Morning Tost of last Saturday tho following ap peared MILLIONAIRES AND PEtt of tho most anooiit and hon oniblo description may be scoured by special ar rangement Only principals nCKOtiatod w U who must bo prepared to olTer evidence of their position and moans nixl whoso will bo received in strict conlldenco if juldrosscd in tho lirst instance by letter only M bo bios vcnor street London neighborhood of in his own right Mrs Huvemeyer who is about the same aw as Hloocljrood iS comes of one of the oldest families in ihc country Her mother was i Miss She is ji cousin of Mrs W Sutton and of Llovd Jr Whim Miss Clara Goodwin made her debut 4our years ugo the Four Hundred went wild over ihc beautiful brunette At this time young JHHj Havemever son of the late Henry llavemeyer and Bloodgood were the best of friends and were suitors for her hand and heart MJSS Good win accsepted young Havemcyor though the parents of the couple attempted to break off the The marriage took loai The vouuir couple took quarters in the Gorham an apartment house on Broadway Billy Havcmcyer tirxd rapidlyof mar ried life During this time young Jiloodgood treated his successful rival almost us a brother and his purse was always open An arrangement was made with the JIavemeycrs which resulted in Billy being sent abroad Instead of menu wavs lit got in no end of scrapes in Lon don and Jaris finally being com pel ledto go to Central America where he is at present bast September his young wife was granted on abso lute divorce Since then Mrs Huveraoyer has been leading a very quiet life SAND DRIFT BLOCKADE Danks Three Feet Deep Piled on the Burlington Road TORNAOQES SWEEP OVER THE LAND CHIVALRY IN THE NEW SOUTH BUCKSHOT AND HORSEWHIPS STIIX PROVIDED FOB THE An Unreconstructed Postmaster Dis missed lrom DailyITuglladc on a Colored Mall Scliool Teaclier SAKAH LONDON April There has an uppoal macle by the rtlKh Church and Catholic pnostslo their resnectivo coiiRicfratiouP to boycott Mmo Sarah Jjirnhartlt in London as a punish mont for what they consider her blasphemy in thr part of the Virgin ASary in the Passion JIERTINO OP OIIINKBK COOLIS5R A dispatch from llongKong reports a encounter on board tho German Chow Foo on her pnssagc from Ainoy to Urn ships forces nnd 2M coohes who mutinied and atloinptoa to burn 1 10 steanior aijd murder Mm Thirteen of tho coolieb were killed before tho mutiny was suppressed A THIRTY DAYS NAP RBBLIN April Eblupon in Wurtemburp Miirla ronrtliinR nauhlor of a Cnrnier has In m in continuous slumber since March flth whon she retired as usual though conipliuniiif of a licad uolio The cirls rosplmUon is regular thouch weak and Tier breath be detected by use of a mirror Her race is minatura ly p alt but nUaJns its former whiio noi II nbH havo hooome wnslocl She is ed Wuco i linos dai I V on ettRS and mi fflculty Snorolng small of tins nouTish mont down hor physipians have fruitlessly t of now tho royal physician Dr Burkharclt oi Stuttgart has Interested himselfin the case CHINA 51U8T BLTfLD KAILROAnS SnAxoirAr April siThe Imperial Oat has cono forth knocking outthe prospects of Chang Chi Tunas railway city to tho K cat emporium oltho nlito For Us velvets and Itsteas Han Kow There In fact boon a in the capital upon tho railway question the signal failure of Iho exViceroy proyincos toROt beyond amore prospectus stage witli lus vust proloct for tho oonstrution of a grand trunk lino metropolitan provjnoe oi Hamin to YanRtszo unloss ovory one who knows anything ubou t the subject isvory m uoh rawtafcon tho current yearwill see a Borious oommcnco mcnt made with railwaysill China It is evident that the objoot of all the recent Russian cori netting with CorcnJ and tho makine socrot tradinc treatieswith that wretched country was in connection with tho coming i ill way in tho hope of obtaining a Pacinc which wouldbo free from ice all the year round Such a port Russia will got by hook or crook It is the working of a rail way and for tho efficiency of hor largo loot in these waters and got it she must Wh the Rus sian railway along hor northern border and ap plng round her alleged vassal state Coroa there is nothlnp for China to do but to keep pace with hor ckondcrt northern noighbor There is tho greatest activity all along the border WHY EMIIT DESERTED CAIHO April is stated hero that Emins hasty acoeptanoo of Wissmans offer of a position in tlio nay of Germany waspartly due to his dis appointment at not receiving a reply rom t ho Khedive to his request for a gift of SaOO for tho purpose of relieving himself at It seems that the fact of the matter is that the Khodivo acceded to Bmlns renucst but that his reply to that delayed in transmission thus leading to Emins misunderstanding and subsequent desertion of tho IvnecUvo THE DUKKS PABDON PATHS April Associated Rappcl says a dooreo pardon ing the Due d will bo Issued At wastho subject under discussion at tho Cabinet mooting this morning April TUTBTOE Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle Assistant PostmastorGcnoral Clarkson today removed from oflico S T Sorsby a Jilississippl postmas ter Ho is a descendant of the chivalry of that Stale and doos not the civil rights of tho lately enfranchised race It uppcars that Mrs Sorsby was walking nlong a narrow side walk ono day whon sho mot a colored school teacher who declined to get out of her way al though rcauested to do so Mrs Sorsby shoved the girl into the mud and received what sho con sidered an impertinent remonstrance When sho went homo she told Mr Sorsby who immediately got a horsewhip and hunted for tho school teacher When he found hor ho beat her over the head until she wits unconscious and as a ro sult of this injuries tho girl was con lined to her bed for several weeks JUr Sorsby presents an allidavit admitting nil tho facts but excuses him self on tho ground tho girl insulted his He makes a pathetic plea for retention in oincn but the roslmasterGencrnl has decided that ho can be spared The outrage committed upon Franz tho loci i ana linnor who accidentally dropport an otllgv ot Secretary Proctor from tho roof of the postotiico Aberdeen is called to mind by a report rccoivocl at tho Postoffleo Boparfcinent today Tt appears that one of the porsons engaged in uie assault upon Fran was a postal cleric running1 on tho railroad passing through Aberdeen and when his complicity was learned his discharge was ordered and a colored man was appointed in Wind Kain Hail and Lightning Are Features of the Eastern Weather Demolished and Many People Mississippi Floods The issues wore strictly local Tho election was held under the Australian system which won into effect today The system was a Tiicre was not K siuglo arrest for disorderly conduct or drunkenness and no attempts at illegal voting The clause of the law governing registration caused an increase of onethird over the Presidential in the list or voters Tho Democrats elected the muvor treasurer and city attorney and the Republicans elected the speaker of the upper house Michael Roland noteu member of ihc ClanSaGael was de feated in the race for tho police judgeship The councilmeu and aliicrmcn arc about evenly divided AN OLD SCHEME REVIVED rKod clerk and bis friends have de termined to kill the now employee or drive him off tho road and arc in the habit of going to nul rond daily whon the1 train passes and firing rules and shotguns loaded with buckshot into thocar Tho matter being the Postmaster General heinstructed an inspector to ride on the train and in tho car with the objectionable postal clerk and mako a what On tho very the car was greeted with the usual fusilade of lead The report will bo reforvcd AttocnoyGeneral for action Several vcars1 ago a colored fou to agon t was killed under similar circumstancesand in the The Democrats declared that no shouldhandle the mail on and sahited the train as it passed willva shower of bullets every day Finally one of these bullets killed the were sens into tho country and arrested a uunjber of those impli cated ii the outrage and of themserved terms in the penitentiary tfor tho THE SUICIDE CLUB STBAJSTGE CONJOITIONS OP MEMBER SHIP IN A CONNECTICUT CLICJB v Ono Member Kills Himself Eacn Year Until Only tho President Is ticnl Study t WEEN DUELSAWILL BE BERLIN April It is stated that Emperor William will appoint a court honor to dcai with all nuarrels between officers of tho army Iho Emperor will only permit a duel for a blow or an insult to a Incly or flanceo when tho of fender refuses to apologize STUDENTS TO BE EXPELLED ST PETEBSBUKO April Ozar has en tiroly recovered uucV will return to Gatschina of public instruction and the po lice have mado inquiry into the recent riots aniong tho students at the Technological expelled irom St Petersburg A PATBIOTIO YANKEE The Adventurous Career of an Amer ican Telegraph Operator NEW YORK Francisco Chronicle of the contest ants iu tho be held in this city soon is Adams well known as a line telegniPh operator He has had many varied and exciting experiences He is the man who during the 1870 mounted a box in a San Francisco street and sold patent medicine at a large profit for the boys who were just then hard up From San Francisco he went to South traveled with a lion show Ho selling maps to the natives who could not understand them inul mide a fortune in the restaurant business in Rio Janeiro in six lost his fortune on Ho rnua newspaper theIvimbcviy diamond fields South for atime Oiie evenin a uftrtvof prominent citixunswho had been cule prettvfroclv displayed their patriotism bv and that Britannia was boss ot mundane sphere Adamss paper came out next day with an article ni which he stateuthat might be under the impression that she rulcdtho could not rule tho hurt shipped her twice and were ready to do it apian on short notice He also that if the participators in tho festivities ou were as zeal ous in imbibiup hi forma tipii as thoy would be better citizens aud more desirable neighbors animatedmassmooting was promptly held and the editor leffbefore the meetingwas over A FOUR HTJNDBBD MATCH Jack Marry a Pretty Grabs NEWYORK April Prancisco Chronicle Klooclgbod loader of tho of marry Sirs William Havomeyor tho ycjungest and prettiest divorcee in New York Hlpod good whose Swiss valet beeu the talk of a sirableoatoh among the Four be worth in the April Dis Pancisco Baum secretary of that unique organization tho Bridgeport Suicide has fulfilled tho mem bership agreement by killing himself Tho his tory of this astonishing society is ono of interest to the students of morbid psychology Four years ago five citizens of Bridgeport all Germans mot ono davwhon all woro lowspirited lost organized tho Suicide Club The agree mont Was that one member of the club should end his life that the next and soon until all wore gone This agreement has thus far been faithfully kept When tho1 annual meeting was hold in January only two members to attend it tho secretary and president It was proposed at this tho secretary that the away with himself during the year and by the president that tho secretary should do The president of the club is now the only member left and another year will seo if ho oath THE CHICAGO STKIKESi The Carpenters Still Plumbers Strike Settled CHICAGO April situation in connection with the carpenters strike was ajiiet A sraall number of nonunion men from surround ing towns went to work this com mittees of tho strikers soon induced them to quit Tho struggle uow seems narrowed down to a question of recognition of the union Tho carpenters demand 40 hour an eighthour day and a yearly settlement u non a scale of wages by conference The bosses arc willing to concede tneveighthour demand and topay cents which the men would accept as n compromise but refuse to recognize tho 11111011 It is believed that there will bo no change m the situation before Thursday when the builders will hold their regular weekly meeting There wns a hitch this the tnegotxa tions in the plumbers strike as the joiners ob to a reduction in their demand lor Wages arbitration committee iiimlly settled the matter this afternoon Tho agreement two years from February 1st last The journeymen arc toreceive per day instead of which they struck and the joiners are to get So cents per day incrottse The men are well satis fled nnd work will be resumed tomorrow i A THEATRICAL TRUST A Gigantic Combine Which Includes the Salt liake Opera House NEW YORK April some have been made in this city and the West to form a gigantic theatrical trust which will take in at least ono principal theater in all the big cities throughouUhe country trust soon look In two theaters in San Francisco one Omiilui Knnsas City TJOS Angeles Tncomn The was further strengthened vostcrdav upon the arrival of Peter JrcCouriruv the citv JlcCourt manages Opera Jlouse Denver and the opera housesin nlt Lake aud Pueblo Thesehouses1 McCortr nliced after a conference with Charles Frqhman 111 the chnin being formed by the AliHay insin the California manager is now whore he is abooking olhce so thatlui lish managers can readily secure time for at tractions trustis saHVtobe at workunthis city Boston hopes represented iu those places before The Cincinnati CIXCIXXATI April yesterdays city elec tion for 3000 Emil the has Tho other two candidates were elected The of two and the jJqard of Education of six Woolen Mills April i Avpolen of this city has embarrassed tho latter On its applications a receiver WAS Liabilitias Nomioai April to TmB quite unusual cause is assigned for the abandonment of the Burlingtons fast train which left for the East at 8 oclock last evening A gale has swept across tho prairies west of tho Platte for forty hours and it piled sand to tho depth of three feet on tho Burlington track a hun dred miles cast of this place The drift extends several miles It is too heavy for the snow plows and Iras been attacked by shovelors At 5 this morning all the Union Pacific freight trains for two hundred miles eastof Cheyenne were side tracked to await tho abatement of tho wind TORNADO April Press Associated Press correspondent who arrived here this afternoon finds ttecarly reports of last nights storm were grossly exng crated Tho track of the storm was hall a mile wide and a mile long An elevator three houses and several barns were wrecked and a number oC other buildings slightly clamaged There were no fatalities KdwardHammond wife and child and the family of Clark Koynolds were sill painfully bruised and cut by Hying debris but none of them aro in a dangerous condition Tho storm struck the town about 7 oclock last and continued about ten minutes a he rainfall was two inches and the hail was very heavy The tornado was local no other points reporting it The property damitgo hero will probably amount to A SI10WK11 OF ICE ROBERTS was atromomdous hail storm evening It continued about ten minutes and nearly all tho window glass on the went side of the houses was broken A great many of the hailstones woro of phenomenal size two being picked up of seven ounces weight SovoraVpcople were caught out in the storm and were severely bruised by the tremendous shower of ico A CYCLONE IN OHIO CLEVELAND April cyclone struck Norwalk Ohio about5 oclock this afternoon Tho storm came from tho northwest and swept a track about half a mile wide from the eastern limits of tho cLty miito a long distance m the i country Tho umbrella factory of Spraguo A French in which about thirty young women woro employed was partially demolished oi tho girls escaped but others were caught Doia Palmer aged 10 received fata injuries Nellie Harding Miss Brush and several others whoso names aro not given received injuries barns aud other small buildings were wrecked Trees were uprooted nnd lencos torn down in all directions At 7 oclock another terrible storm visited tho city the wind blowing and hail stones as largo us hickory nuts falling smashing windows and demolishing greon houses Much damage by the storm is reported all around Norwalk A FLOOD AT OBBBMN CLEVELAND April terrific rainstorm Oberlivi Hooding 0 of to a depth of four feet The waterroso rapidly in Plumb crook and the people on tho Hats expect to be compelled to leavethoir homos before morning WIND AND LIGHTNING EAST LIVERPOOL April and lightning storm passed over this city this evening Tno Methodist Church was badly damaged tho steeple being centml telephone exchange switchboard was burned out by tho lightning and all servicointer A GENERAL HAIL April JffateSejwfspe cials from Illinois report that a fierce hailstorm Wed this afternoon through Henderson Han cock Warren and McDonough counties doing considerable damage to fruit trees windows etc Hailstones were reported in some cases nearly as largo as hens eggs A lively sho wer of ram fell at Burlington TUB WIND AT JULESBURG DENVER April Tulesburg Col spe tho Jto says A tornado visited tfi s pluce this morning doing damage to the extent cl Several business houses and quite 1 number of dwellinghouses in the track of the istormwere blown down and furniture destroyed damaged A number of animals were killed but as yot 110 human beings aro reported injured AN IMMENSE CREVASSE April river bore is stationary A message from Mayersvillo says the water is two and a half feot deep there coming from theSklpwith now over a thousand feet wide THE FIELD OF SPORT Sullivan and and Billiard YOBK April Francisco Chronicle SorfiJJFReferring to Cor challenge to Charley Johnson last evening said It is a very clumsy piece of business and I am surprised atCorbetts hayseed I guess ifis the men behind him who havo done it to get a little advertising Of course Sullivan will pay no more attention to it than I do said Tho people behind Cor bett know that a contest such as he speaks of cannot transpire in Brooklyn or they would not nrilp such rash proposals I do not think mat make MIC n rasu i y wilh it but B0mo Jlfth tUJ LJJllJo iw The Supposed OUjcct of a San Frnn ciscoans Trip to XEW YOKK April Tiunuxi Francisco Chronicle 13 said a civil engineer of sonio note yesterday has just sailed for Egypt ou what was given out as a pleasure trip but I have reason to believe that there is a scheme back of it no than the old ono of cutting a canal from tho lied sea and Hood ing a large portion of the desert of Sahara bla ven you know made a pilo of money out of his dredging contract at tho east or oasv end or tne Panama canal Ho used to bo a drug ciorK in San Francisco when he nnd his brother HO the storv goes bought of a poor inventor a patent by which drcdRinw is done by stoam through any kind of soil The poor inventor is rich ami the Slavens have made a fortune and like most of the canal contractors got big payment for wnat ever thev did for tho dear stockholders so lar away in La licllc Representative Randalls Condition WASHINGTON April Representative Randalls condition has boon serious for many months he has been worse during tho last two or three days and is in a critical condition His mind at times has been clouded and ho has not seemed aware of what was going on This wns attended by an alarming loss of vitality Tins morning ho began to rally and improved during tho day Ho was said to bebetter at 11 o clock The Australian System in Iowa DBS MOINES April llouso has passed the Australian Ballot Reform bill THE RECORD OF CRIME BRAZILS The Main Features of the Instrument Arc Given GOVERNMENT OF THE NEW REPUBLIC Interesting Events at Mu nicipal Coxincil Resign in a Body Blaines Circular to Brazilian Consuls THE ENORMOUS DEFALCATION THE LATE BROKER HIIAiEK Two Farmers Settle a Land Question With Omaha ar Girl Murdered LONDON April appeals in behalf of Richard tlio eighteenyearold boy who with his brother Georgo six toon years old wns sentenced in death for the murder of bis faUiorat Crowe wcro unavailing nnd today the prisoner was hanged Tho younger brother was last week granted a reprieve SKTTLET TDK LAND QUKPYION BLOOMINOTON April W a prominent farmer of Delavnn Tnyewcll county this morning quarreled with Jamns I a nniKhborinp farmer about a piece of land Wallace fired a shot from a rovolvcr when Connell empUed a shotgun into Wallace s bead killing him instantly WON ON A RArnAMBNTO April stage from Michigan Bluffs to Auburn was stopped by masked men vesterday about socured from two of the passengers The express box contained no William Muir ano her passenger ndvivnced on the robbers ilellwl them to shoot and succeeded in frightening them away although unarmed himself A YOUXO GlUt jrURUKUKD MCTFonn April Maggie a niece ofMrs Judge CHntonTextor was nhot and killed by WiJford Williams who thon shot probably i fatal woinul Although not acquainted with Miss Kenney ho has claimed for some time W be in fatuated with her Yesterday he accosted her on the street but she didnt notice him Ibis morniuc he went to the bouse when Miss came to the door told her that she must revolver shot her through tne heart Miss Kenney 16 years of age THE DEAD BROKERS NEW YORK defalcation nnd sub sequent failure yesterday of G lv Sistare Sons brokers is still the sensation of all street Honry S T3ennett counsel for the assignee says that no one can yet tell the amount of defalca tion but that caused by Hilger would amount to He ridded that additional evidence of Hilgers wrongdoing was constantly being discovered The books he snia have been falsified and It will bo impossible to tell what the until thoy have been thor oughly examined Hemado drafts on the Ivew York house under the false pretense that they represented the business conducted by him for the firms Philadelphia I A FAMILY FEUD OMAHA April aGeorgo Nicholson yesterday threatened his soninlaw John liurbanks with an ax and afterwards chased Ins daughter with a pitchfork she escaping by good luck Nicholson was arrested but was released today on bail Ibis evening ho met his daughter on the street and the quarrel was renewed when Mrs Burbank drew a revolver and shot her father in the leg and thigh and as he fell attempted to blow his brains out but was disarmed She is under arrest Kicbolsou is an old man and will probably die PANAMERICAN PEACE Kio JANEIRO April Tho provisional govorni ment having decreed nil the great popular urcs so long demanded by the people such as tho abolition of slavery forced from tho Imperial government in tho separa tion of church from state freedom of tho press liberty of worship secularization of public ceme teries of foreigners is now trying to avoid the danger and inconvenience that attended tho adoption of the American Con stitution The men now at tho bond of affairs dcsiro to begin where the United States finished n ml so uko advantage of American experience For this reason hnvo a number of wellknown specialists to frame a which is to bo presented to a constitutional ns somblv work of registering voters nil man of of age who know how to read and Is being pushed rapidly framors hopo o prison t a constitution us much likothe American Constitution ns is con sistent with the character of tho Hrtmlian peo ple l will thon be submitted to a direct vote of tho people It is already partially completed It declares that the fat norland is mdi visablo that tho ropnblic is composed of states fodornl provincos and torritoriesits covornmont is rnprosontativn and repub lican each stain shall bo governed by its own laws the federal government shall interfere only for tho purpose of guarantoohig a republi can form of government sanction of tho sen courts and in caso of re Tho provinces nro to bo regularlyorganized political bodies that require pecuniary assistanco from the fodftrnl Thrt tho iinnrgjumod or uninlnvbitablo parts or tho Kopublic Tho districts will consist anv that may be chosen for a fedora capital Tho most important rocont event was bo resig nation in a body of tho Rio Janeiro municipal council in of an order srMecjjlinic certain of their tho approval of Gnv orimeni Tho ftow council is headed by Doctor A iiearnH HO has made an excellent impmspon bv suspending the code of municipal Iftws frainod by oll boaid ami which had given groat Jis ocri of Stale has sont circulars to all iho Ministers ami Consuls possible m South America especially in roquwstinpinforma ion in regard to means of American trart a with their localities If American tranft is to mako hoadwav in a grent improvomcut la mail service is demanded This is now very bad 1 A BIT OF A ROW rnrht as anyi tocky friends freadySrtising the benefit for their own gain and not for YESTERDAYS EACES WASHINGTON April Associated half mileHelen won Cerise colt second loro Sn tur Vivid won Not Guilty second Mammie A Congressman Who is Spoiling For a Chance tx Fight a Duel WASHINGTON April It is probable that duel will he fought between Congressmen Phelan of Mom phis John M Fleming editor of 4he KnoxJ vlilo Sentinel seomfr that in replying to some criticising of Fleming on Pholaiis school history ConRrcPsnwa said the criMcisms were duo 10 bp causo Fleming had not been plven m advanco copy This denied and Phftlan wrote an apology to 1 leming paper and also to the Memphis Conwurcuxl in which pftper ho had made samo charge Fleming refnsed to accent the apology and in a letter to tho OpmmeruM in timated that Phelan practiced from tho Hrst Phelan did not see this letter im tllhis return from South Carolinia on the Oth when he sent tho following To John Iwrote 1 had not seen your letter to the Memphis ou are a liar a coward and a scoundrel 1 will await your message here or come toKnoxvillo to ar nileathor Man Handicap purse one won ai hattan second Vandergritt third Time Threeyearolds and upwards six furlongs Eelham won Onward second Blue Lme third upwards a six Corneloa second Tillage Maidtliird Time THS JTEW OBLEANS ItACES NEW OKLEAXS AprU clear at tendance good track Five won Mary J second PCpurse of uriongsDakota won Lena secondVatican third Time Five won Vatell Captain King third Time one P won Alph onse second third SCIIAEFEK AXD IVES WIX iCiitcAGO April billiard tourney this afternoon tho jvas between Ivesol and Cottonof St Louis the former plny the latters 250 275 av erage I3f best run 62 Cotton 223 average llU highestrun 46 Ac second game was between Schacfer and Feiscr Schaefer to his opponents SJO In the first inning Schacfer played bcautilul billiards and made a run of 87 After that ho plavcd listlessly evidently being sure of the came and the exhibition was tame Heiser was in hard luck 500 best runs Heiser 143 average 4 ocst rUThcevcnmg game was Slosson1 and former winning 500 average 21 1723 is 64 13 and 42 Daly 125 aver iv age 5522 DTXOH3 WILL TIGHT WALLACE NEW YORK April of George Dixon tho colored featherweight champion has accepted the thePelican Club London ht to a his ohftrpe and the featherweight pf for speaker of the of the citycouncil All Disputes Between the RepuMics to Be Settled by Arbitration WASHINGTON April The PanAmerican Conference is drawing to a close Tho com mittee on general welfare has agreed upon a plan of arbitration for the settlement of difficulties between the American nations which be reported to the conference tomorrow and adopted without any doubt The plan is when ever any difference arises between two or more American Republics it is to be re ferred to the Government of some other Republic for settlement without appeal to arms In case the parties at issuecan not agree upon a single arbitrator each is allowed to name one and those namedare to select an umpire This in the minds of the President is the most important subject to bo considered by the conference as it is iikelv to put a stop to the wars that have pre vailed between the South American nations re tarding the growth and prosperity of all LUCKY NAVARRO He Confirms the Report of His En gagement to Miss Anderson WESTBOKT April TniBUSE Dispatch Francisco Chronicle All doubt of the engagement of Antonio Xavarro to Mary Anderson is now at an end A number of letters were received from Navarro yesterday by friends in this city formally announcing bis engagement The letters are dated Mentone March 6th and sav that ho has been on the winter with Miss Anderson and his mother Mrs Ivavarro moVing about from Hyeres lo Xice Cannes Monte Carlo Bordighiera ana SanScmo The party were about to start for a trip into Italy Savarro says nothing about the date of nis inar but his Wends suppose that he will not postpone his happiness beyond the early su mm er as here is now not the slightest obstacle in the wav They mav be married in London where Anderson hasjnore warm personal friends than in New Miss Anderson will now re tire from the stage permanently Tabor Gets the Metropolitan DEXVEB April The Metropolitan Theater which has experienced some very hard luck since it was opened last was List Saturday put into the hands of a receiverwas today leased for a long term by exSenator Tabor proprietor of the Tabor Grand Hr Tabor installed Mr Dick Mayo as manager imtil the return of Colonel Peter McCourtirbrri Xew A German Ijabor Meeting BBBMV April A meeting of workmen was held atOltcn tcjday by 247 delegates represent ing Varions trades were pres ent Resolutions were adopted the for mation of trades unions and accident insurance amendments to the factory lawsl Fails special COLONBI BElTA April Colonel Flemings reply to Congressman telcgrnm pub lished in this afternoons Sentinel says in part What message pray do you expect from me Did you imagine that such a bulletin of rage could seriously disturb me or did you Intend it for a challenge to hostjlssombat or had you the supulative vanity to sujjpose 1 would called upon to challenge you Let me assure ou that your epithets effect not in the way designated ordinarily Inas much as my letter to the Memphis Commercial which excited your wrath simply and testably proved you to have been deliberately and meanlv guilty of a moral offense you ought to see tbatyour own but an is a columnin length teems with sarcasm and m sion Fleming reminds Phelan that as a Congressman and a lawmaker ho should be ruvarc of the peualtjcs lacurred Tor giving or sending a challenge tofight a duel A Kansas Banker Fails MANHATTAN April proprietor of the Manhattan Bank made an as signment this morning to his cashier John W Webb who closed the banks Webb savs the liabilities are The and statement cannot bo given for several days but they are said to be equal iiominallv to the liabilities The assignment iionnnjuiv was precipitated by the action of thelJritish Land A MoTtcage Company of which yesterday aoverllsed at public sale collateral eiven by Purccll to secure the company for due April 1st which have not been paid Tba striScncy of the money market difficulty of making collections are given as the failure The Manhattan Rankle on of iho oldest in the PurcsJl was credited with being one of the men liiiiiiciiillVi purcfll today sued the JJritisn Company for ionlowion account of the public to sell his He also procured an order jiv the company from disposing held by The Central Pacific Directors FnAycisco April 8The election of directors of the Central Pacific Eailroad occurred There was no opposition to and Th stockholders of the Sonthern PacUto Company will meet tomorrow when Senator Stanfords resignation as presidentwiL be sen ted and his successor elected The Princess of Waless LOSDOS April illness of tha of Wales is causing considerable anxiety that sho completely rccovcied v although only 45 is beginning to show signs ol age and lately has become almost stone deaf Death of Banker 3Iorgan LOKDO S Banker died today at Monte Carlo from fnjuriM received by being thrown from his carriage Dr Knapp Retired BBRLIX April Knapp Consul at Samoa has been tired list owin W his conduct of disorders at Apia lr An Unfortunate April teller of tho Peoples Savings is alBO from Fort Fort Morgan Have youaBy No Vt Uji I r S GuestsWelly Wai haveiijti   

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