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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - April 10, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                If yon want Houses Rooms or Servants patronize the Want Columns of The Tribune The total circnlation of The Tribune last week wai1 over VOL 157 CITY UTAH THUESDAY MORNING APEIL 10 isoo PORICE FIVE CENTS GOLD AND SILVER OUTPUT Tlie Total Production of Precious Metals Last Year THE WESTERN HOB AGAINST THE NEGRO Colored Men Protest Against Being Taxed to Support the Industry Regulation to Cover the Trans portation of Liquor to Prohibition States 490 SALT LAKE TIMTICNE BTTHKAU S7 Fourteenth WASHINGTON 0 April 0 1890 The report of tho Director of tho Mint 3s now almost completed and from the figures now compiled It Is evident that the gold out put will bo practically us lust year The silver output of tlio United States will bo about ounces an of ounces over tho output Of last year In addition ounces more were smelted from imported ore Cali fornia maintains position as tho loading gold producing State and Colorado will bo closely by Montana in tho silver out put Thonrjcrt will bo submitted to Con gross this month THi NKCKO ANO TIIK WKBTJ5KN HOO April 10 Associated request the House Commit too on Agriculture reopened tho hoiirinjt on the Congor Lard Coin pound bill and tho Uutterworth Anti Option both of which have boon re ported to tho House with favorable recom mendations On tho firstnamed bill Mosses A Graves representing tho Georgia Agri cultural Association and J P Jones repre senting tho colored cotton Turin era and planters of Arkansas both colored men made urgurnonts Its passage Graves ploudod for protection to Uu cotton seed industry against the burdens imposed by the bllli on thy ground that IS hud contrib uted more than anything else to hnprcvollio condition of tho colored farmers and labor ers of tho South To pass this bill ho us would bo tho entering of a woclgo whlch would separate tho colored people from tho Hop party Jones in fch3 coursy of his said that if cottonsoud oil must ho taxed why not tax western hogs Why hroulc down ono Industry that another should bo protected Tho Republican party Is coin to tho policy 01 protection of Amocl cnn but had It placed hi the Ichlcago platform tho singular creed that oneindujitry should bo taxed to death that another should protected tlio party Tvould have boon burled so loop bylihoi weight of publki disfavor that Gabriels trumpet woulfl rvot Tho systern ttiftugtrrated by tho Republican piirty in taxing one Industry to protect another bo resented by the great muss of thbi people and tho party that attempts It will bo hurled from power The Democratic Jones said in committed to froo trade It thoro Is any thing In thoir professions wo ooriildontly look to thorn to defeat this most poniieloux measure This bill stripped of nil disguisa resolves itselfinto this condition The Western hog ugiilnst tho Sou thorn negro Which will win Tho IT aro over two hun dred Oil mostly in the South They employ nearly persons morethan threoVurths of whuih are colored mn At least throe persons roly upon uuoh of those for support Tliu passago of this bill oioso up many of tlrjso mills and thousands of dopcndutit people out of employment and nutail hardship and want on least ablo to stand it and all is to pro too i tho Western A iMtomnmoN MKAJSUHB Senator Wilson today from tho Commit on Intorfitivto Coinmorcn reported with tho bill to amend Section 3 of tho Interstate Gommoreo aot Tho bill as niGondod provides any article of corn inoroo the nmnulnoturo or sale of which Is prohibited within any State Shall not bo transported or convoyed Into such State but this shall not bo hold to prohibit the transportation of such articles of commerce to persons In such State authorized by law to recolvo tho same or through such State to any other State or Territory In which such manufacture or sale Is not OF Representative Bartlno from tho Commit too on Coinage Weights and Mousures to lay roportod to the House tho bill agreed upon in corumlttoo authorizing tho rocoin ngo of subsidiary coins of tho TJn I tod States ThJ subsidiary silver coin now In tho treas ury amounts to THE HATCH CASE Ho and a locution agent had driven defend ant out in the country to looli at claims Whcin they hud driven a mile and a half and at a point half a rnllc from Henry Hatchs cabin defendant asked whore tho latter was and said he would walk back to town andalighted from the buggy The next time witness saw defendant was the next morning at tho hotel Tho latter said ho had spent the night with friends Wit ness Jtsked him whether ho had seen Hatch but ho dltJ not reply making a remark on a different subjoct Instuad Defendant left on tho noon train for Burlington where ho said he hud friends Among tho new persons In tho group which surrounded the table at the bar of tho court today was the widow of lloury had not boon living with hcr husband for some tlmu before hisdeath It is believed that her presence hero may lead to sorim now developments There is rather an Increase than an abatement of interest in the uiul all day long tho courtroom has been thronged STANFORDS SUCCESSOR THE WORLDS WICKEDNESS Dark Deeds Committed in All Quar ters of the Globe ProsidcntHuiitington of the Southern Pacific Outlines His Policy HAN FRANCISCO April tho annual meeting of the stockholders of the southern Pacific today directors were elected who In turn elected the following officers Presi dent 0 P First VicePresi dont C F Crocker Second VicePresident A N Townc Third VlcoPrcsldont J C Stubbs In address accepting tho office of pres ident Mr Iluntlnglou thanked the board of directors fur llu honor of being placed at tho head of the exootitivu department of a corporation with over no von hundred miles of railroad and a capital of Ifo assured ths directors that ho would bo truo to tho Interests of tho company as in tho ilo declared that tho road if properly managed could lc made to ad best of the State and that too without doing ait injustice to ils owners as thoir interests conic not bo bettor served than by building branches into all the beautiful ynlioys of California and other States and Territories through which linos have boon extended Ho closed Ills address by enjoining tho officers of the company not to interfere in political affairs Hn said corporations should riot bo used to advance tho interest of this party or that orto raise upany one man or pull down another This corporation shall not bo henceforth for any such purpose if its can prevent it but he will do all that ho can to bring property up to tho highest state of efllcloncy at of cost not forgetting there is a with holding thatloiuloth to TUB CKNTUAL PACIFIC KMCTION SAN FRANCISCO April directors f Ctjritral Pacific Company who wore oloctod yesterday mot Loclay and selected Lho fpllo vlir officers President Loland jtnnford first vlcopresifloiit C P Hun tington second C F Crocker N Tnwno Timothy Hopkins sec rotary and controller K H Miller Pho annual mooting of the various branches of the Southern Pacific Company vas also held today and tho old officers and llroctors WHOLESALE SLAUGHTER IN A HAREM The Ghastly Contents of a Box in Detectives Achieve ments Pennsylvania Hangmen Celebrate the Churchmans Elopement OLD WORLD AFFAIRS THJC v KNGJJI8H LIDJSRAL5 CONDUCT ING A VIGOROUS CAMPAIGN The Cxarlnn Thrcatonod AVUh A Alllnnco and a Gon pral JDisjiviniimont tntcresUnp Kxpert Testimony as to tho Cause Death OOTjOKAlio SPRINGS April third Jay of tho Hatch trial has boon largely de voted to tho hourlug of expert testimony with a view to proving that Hatch was mur lorod tho defense following tlnir theory in orosscxamlnatlon that tho Hod from natural causes Dr Godsmun who was on the stand when court adjourned lust night occupied tho stand throughout tho ontlro morning and judorwottt one of tho most rigid crossox ainlnatlons at the hands of Mr Patterson Dr Godsman was tho physician called to examine tho body after death Ho hud uifvdo no further examination of tlio body than of tho skull and bralu Ho hart no instrument with which to perform his post mortem other than n sm4ll carpenters saw and a chisel Ho described the w6unds on tho head of tho deceased Thoro was littlo laceration of tho aud from the outside the wound appeared slight Tho braiu congested and there had bcou hemorrhage at tho mouth noso and oars Hoadmitted that while homqrrhugo at tho oars might occur in a case of apoplexy It tended to prove that Houry Hatch had suffered frora a fractured skull The witness said that thoro was ono way to have established tho fact as to whothoideceased suffered from apo ploxy beyond a doubt and that was to ox amino tho vital organs but he failed to do this Tho testimony of Dr Godsman summad ap was that while he belloved Ilonry Ilatah died from Injuries to his brain tho condi tion of tho organs was not such ns to pre clude the possibility of apoplexy and while he failed to discover any fracture ho bo llovsd from tho condition that though per slight it was proseut Christopher of this city was called as He believed hemorrhageof the ears and mouth tended to disprove tho gen oral theory of apoplexy while uot proohul iog it entirely Withouthaving examined tho vital corgans ho would not haveat tempted to voiitvire a fixed ophilonln this particular caso as to tho cause of death w J Parko who found the body was re Ho sulcl that d tiring several months acquaintance ho had nover known Hatch to complain of any chronic disease or any than acold W J Keegan was called and ian Francisco ho dissolution concerning which predictions wore frequent enough a few weeks ago does not soom to bo imminent tho Liberal organizations aro preparing an nctlvo campaign for the general election Tho best speakers on the Liberal side are cons tan lily in tho iekl wherever an election is proceeding or a political mooting can be hold carrying on the Liberal propaganda working especially among the laboring classes Before tho time for tho election presents itsolf tho Liberal organization of tho country will have adopted a system of holding concerts at which a musical programing rondorol Intcr spursod with politloal spooclios Those prove most successful ospeoially Lotidou for it is wellknown that London will novor refuse a Croe tiokot for anything hi tlio shape of an entertainment Tho mosi stiooosfiful of these ollorts perhaps Is It Maryloboiio district where tho bono Liborul and KacUoal la con ductlng ft sories of suoli or ontor talnruouti Those aro crowded almost to suffocation A LADIES SIOHTOARKD TEAM movement is on foot with good ofsuccess to make up a ladies olghtonrecl team to race over the University course There Is a consider able purseand on trios aro opon to all girls under tho ago of 25 irrespective of rank VOTING niSMAUCK DINES THK EMPEROR BBHCIN April Last evening Emperor attended a din uor given in honor by Horbort Bismarck yVinong thos prosonoworo Oaprivi aud twelve other Ministers and Generals AD VIC ffi TO THE CZAR It Is stated that the Emperor has written to tho strongly advising him to make to the people TUB CZAK AND CtfAtUNA AFFLICTED ST PJiTEiiSnuno April from private sources is to tho effect that tho still remains in a terribly nervous condition while tho is threatened with insanity JA TTHAXCOGEUMAN AGK1SEMEKT PARIS April Paix supposed to bo inspired says that thoro is talk of tho possi bility of nn agreement botweon Franco and Germany to bo followed by a general dis armament La Pate thinks thrift Emperor William will not shrink from any means to attain this end first seen the defendant at Flaglor day previous to the discovery of iJ3 Ibody Importations of Chinese DETHOIJT April afternoon tho Detroit officials received word of tho presence of four strange Ohi noso in AYinflsor Tlioy wore duly watched but tho United States officials were off guard and during tho night they wore ferried across tho Detroit river and spirited away by their compatriots or agents of the insti tutkm whJoh seems to bo carrying1 on a wholesale Chinese importation business along tho border between hereand Canada Wun Loo of Toronto is at tho hoadof tho Backed by tlie 17 P April Oregon Kail way Extension Company have filed supple mentary articles of incorporation pla empowering thorn to build 3000 iulles of railroad in Oregon Washington Idaho und Montana It is understood that tho company Isbacked by tho Union1 Pacific V Vahderbilt Kimior NEW YORK April World says that WJiliptreot Jsnmchinterested over a story to tho offoot that tho Vandorbllts have ob tainod a largo holding of TJiiiori Pacific stock and that afrtho annual election next month the Board of that com pany will bo reorganized Jntholr interests Manitoba Cabinet WINNIPEG Aprtl his consented to 1 remain in the It is believed that premier Green way will soon resign that Martin will1 succeed him NEW YORK April ITRITJTJNE Dispatch Francisco Chronicle Newark has a boy detective who has landed six bur glars in jail Ono of them is a young woman who gave her name as Carried Fromer of this city The big safe in A J Sous jewelry manufactory was cracked in January and 55000 in jewels stolen George Worth a hid of 14 know the members of the robber gang Noticing that of late they had money to spend and did not work lie resolved to learn whore they got it Ilo mingled witli them and led thorn to believe yearned for an oppor tunity to become a burglar Ho played his part so well that lie learned tho secrets of their organization and finally obtained positive evidence that tho gang had robbed Mockridgcs jewelry rmiuufaetury Plans woro laid ou Sunday to rob the residence of Mrs William Mrs Townsend is a wealthy widow and tho gang knew that sho had received S2000 which she intended to koop in her house until uoon yesterday Wurth had informed the police and do toctivos were ordered out on case With tho astute youngster they lay in am bush for tho thieves who were to meet at a saloon Throb more youths and four women aro yot to be arrested Tho detectives are confident of connecting tho thieves with at least twenty other robberies Worth has recovered numerous gold and diamond rings and several watches and chains presented to friends by members of tho band A GHASTLY SPECIACM MADRID April Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle A horrible story from Morocco A largo box was recently brought from the interior bo the port of Manjagan for shipment When opened a ghastly sight was In tho box packed closely were the bodiesol sixteen youngwomen one nian and a All the victims boon decapitated and thoir heads were missing Thoir bodies were embalmed and had ovi doutly boon inthc condition in which tbcy wore found for along fclme Tlie slaughter had boon to all appearances tho work of some pasha who thus visited vengeance on his harem for unfaithfulness A CROOKED DIVINE Apr 11 TUIUUNE Dispatch San Francisco Gliroivlclc A bogus divine Bitter a negro who lias boenhold Ing evangelical sorvieos here has skipped never to return volun tarily leaving behind him a number of creditors whose loss will aggregate several thousand dollars Ho was supposed to be wealthy Hitter who IK about 70 years of asce married Mrs Taylor a white widow about years only a months ago v A CANADIANS BASCAMTr MONTREAL April Dispatch San Francisco Chroniida Isaac A church warden of Notre Dame and oxpresident ofthe Saint John Baptisto Society and Seigneur or Saint a title which has descended to him has set the whole French population agog by his flight to Now York accompanied it is as serted by a pretty ybuns brunette wife of i commercial traveler named Poaullen and victimizing banks arid creditors to tho ex tent it is said of nearly a quarter of a million Quintal who Is a man of about 61 leaves a wife and three daughters behind him who are totally unprovided tor Before leaving he is sa id have realized on every avail able The heaviest1 creditors in this city are tho Cartior Bank La BaiiquoVille Marie 10 000 La Bauquo 316 and Henri Dalboe a private banker To what extent tho poor French ruralpdopls on the south sideof the river are defrauded time alone can tell Quintal enjbyed thoir en tire confidence He invested their and saved their aud loaned them money Hisluxuriously furnished chambers wore overrun today with these people seeking to unravel the mystery for they rcfusti to believe that iihelr quondam counselor and friend can have skipped with thoir hardearned saArings Mrs Quintal says she doeshot know where her husband is but refuses to believe ho is an and has run off with a married woman JlOAUSTjANCS MURDERER HANGED April Associated Saiu Taylor1 was hanged hero this morning for tho murder of William McCaus land a drover of All egh any The murder was committedfor the purpose of robbery George Clark Taylors was executed a few weeks ago for participation in the same crime On the scaffold he reit erated his innocence A KEouiiAii HANGMANS DAY April Alfred James Andrews was hanged hero this morning for the murder of seventeenyearold Clara Price November 27th lastj after attempting to ravish her EDKXSI3URG April 9 CharlesCarter colored was hanged here today for tho murder of John Matthews also colored in a house of illfame luring aquarrel about a disreputable woman The killing occurred November 3rd EASTON April William H Bar tholomew was hanged Herothis morning for the murder of Aaron near Beers ville 6th last They owned neighboring farms Bartholomew had an intrigue withTNIrs Dilliard Together they concocted a pi an to get Dilliard to go out of the house at liight to look after tho cause of a disturbanct among his chickens when Bartholomew Dilliard made a free confession1 and was sentenced to prison for life Bartholomews neck was broken Although to give the sheriff trouble to thelast ie valked to the scaffold11 quietly with firm step After all arrangements were com pleted ho declared himself innocent and theu began damning his faccuserSj de manding that DetectlvoMohnspn and his paramour be also hung His last words were mixed with violent oaths and blasphemouslanguage vntarifiAiibEMQCBATS INDICTED Ya iyiLpril The United States Circuit Court grand jury In dicted Preston Bulyin prosident of the 1ow hatteiv Club A H j Smith nomineefor commonwedlthattoruey A C Tatp and others or com binSIng to dolay and prey ent precinct JacksonSvard at the November C 1880 foKvmeniber 6f All tho parties are far as ascertained are over He has it is stated stolen money belonging to tho estate of his wife and A CASHIER JLN CANADA CHICAGO April Times8Fosston E G Sweeton cashier of the Foss ton National Bank and lion is missing together with SSOOOor SiO000 of the banks funds and a young woman with whom he became infatuated 1t is under stood they are in Canada Democratic Gall in Rhode PROVIDENCE K April report comes from West Greenwich that after the polls closed yesterday afternoon and the Arote had been counted disclosing no elec tion the Democrats organized another meeting and resumed voting electing a a Senator and Representative The town clerk had gone home but the Democrats elected a town clerk pro tern Tho town clerk will refuse to issue certificates of election The composition of tho Legisla ture now stands 52 Republicans and49 Democrats with nine members to be elected THE GREAT BOSTON FAKIR Sullivans Backers Afraid of the Cali fornia Man CARNEY WANTS TO MEET MAULIFFE He Will Fight Again for An Illinois Pugilist Fights With a Broken Scliaefer Makes a Great Rim The Union Pacifics Extension LOS ANGELES April Wl Wi Em body and Dr W B Michaels have secured a right of way for a railroad from this city San Ped ro Th e contracts stipulate th tho right of way is for an overland lino compet ing with the Southern Pacific and not trans ferablo tothat road and that the road will be in operation in two years It is generally known that it is a Pacific scheme Tho lino will cross tho desert through To junca pass thence to canyon to connect with the now line Randalls Unchanged WASHINGTON April Randalls is just about the same as last night He is if anything a littlo easier but this is due to the free low of the abscesses and ho may at any time have a recurrence of tho relapses sap away his strength HE IS NOW IN THE ST PAUL JAIJC He Is Supposed to Have Telegraphed to Wife No 1 for Money to Pay His Own ITuneral Expenses ST April to stranger registered at theRyan Hotel as Walter Lorraine April No further attention was paid to the guest until today when his bill and ho stated that lie was expecting money from New York A traveling man came in later and recognised him as Thomas H v LIthgow v pur chasing for K Thurber fc Go New York who deserted his wife and married thej daughter of M 0 Thlllipsj a prominent merchant Lake whom ho atid deserted Acting on this information the people the arrest1 of and lie was to await examination tomprrow i This evening a telegram was received from Mrs Thomas TL resides at 1224Lexington avenue asking Is dead Paul1 The assumption Lithgow wired tor money for his own funeral and this was the money expected from New York THE KEMMUER EXECUTION It Will be Witnessed by Scientists and a Press Representative ALBANY April an Import ant consultation today to decide who should form the jury tho electrical execution It was finally decided to form of scientific experts among whom will be El bridge T Gerry and othor members of the commission which reported in favor of this mode of execution A representative of the Associated Press will be made prieof the party to witness Kenimlers death He will not be asked to give any pledge that he will not violate the provision of the law in reference ing the details but the law will be read to him He must be prepared to re sponsibility if ho violates it eltherfor the purpose oftesting its constitutionality or for any other purpose Canada is Tired of Waiting OTTAWA April the Commons to night in reply to attack by the opposi tion regarding the tariff Minister of Finance Foster said that Canada intended to act in dependently in the future The Govern ment would frame a policy without regard to outside powers Canada had waited many years for a reciprocity treaty with the United States and would not wait any longer She was not hostile to the United States but had to look after her own in terests Success of the ThreeBladcc Screw HAMBURG April American linens steamer Augusta Victoria having been fitted with now threcbladed screws in stead of the screws with used averaged a speed of equal to twentythree milesart hourduring jiu eight hourstrial Bankruptcy at Rome LONDON April Times correspon dent at Rome says The the in quiry into finances reveals a state of bankruptcy exceeding the worst an tictpations Numerous failuresareex pected Corbiii Strengthened V pigELADELPHiA April a meeting of the Reading Board of Managers today Baer Caldwell and Shipley resigned Gibson and McLeod were elected to fill the This was seems to leave Corbin stronger than Apri iTnpmas colored and Jv the State Board of Sheilenberger so Addressed by Speaker Reed PHILADELPHIA April Reei arid Hon John M Thurston of were guestsAat tenth anniversary banquet of the Yohng Mens Republican Club tonight Bothmade More r Rip JANEIRO April GovernmentL lias promulgated decrees for the of association meetings A Retired Officers Beath CHICAGO April ColoneK JE retired officer of regular f or several years commander of thejEhstiRegiV ment I N died tonightof paralysis NEW YORK April San Francisco Chronicle OKourke the backer of George Dixon the colored featherweight champion has ac cepted the oiler of the Pelican Club of Lon don for a fight to a finish between his charge and Dune Wallace the featherweight champion of England The Pelicans will put up a purse of 82500 for the contest and will allow Dixon for expenses It is highly probable that Dixon will rncetCal McCarthy prior to his departure for England ORourke is confident that the colored cyclone can beat McCarthy if he can get another chance the backer of Cal McCarthy is equally confident that his protege will be the victor It is claimed that in their previous battle he fought Dixon to a draw with one hand Should a meeting bo arranged and there is every probability that it will the contest will undoubtedly prove a most bit tej one WHY SULLIVAN WONT FIGHT lam inclined to think that your Cali fornia boy Jim Corbott has made the great Tohn L a little said one of New Yorks bestknown sporting men last even ing It would perhaps be too much to say that Sullivan is crawfishing but that is certainly what his backers are doing They thought Corbett had come on to make a bluffand undertook to call him by to his terms thinking that Corbett would find some excuse for backing out but they have discovered that Corbett is not afraid to back himself and they now are doing the crawfish act These men were very fresh at first offering to put up any amount of money that Sulltvaticould knock Corbett oni in foxu rounds but when called they refused to show down The fact is that they are afraid They have made an investigation into Corbetts bout with Tvilrain and have discovered that Kllrain was not drunk nor rocky but did his best and they have come conclusion that it would be unwise to run the risk of a contest between them There are men who are backing Sullivan for a r as champion of the world and for months they have been working au advertising game by bluffing Jackson pre tending to be willing to have the colored giant and the great Bostonian meet but all the time making it impossible by theirterms Sullivan wants out into the country bayingthte people think that there is no man who can touch him and is particularly dis gnsted that this boy should bob up at this time and offer to stand before Sullivan is acting under orders of his business raana gersi and dontrvvant him to fight He has beenglveirorders not to talk and re porters cannot got a word out of ever his managers want a they have it written up to suit their purpose I am toldby an intimate friend of Sullivan that be does not want to meet Corbett be cause if he does not knock him out ho will be forcedinto fighting him to a finish aud is satisfied stands a better chance with Jackson That he is correct in this my serious doubts You vcandepend on this that while Sullivan does notquestion his ability to best any living man in a regular fight he feels very shaky on his ability to knock out Oorbett in four rounds and will not meet him at all unless forced into will dub him a coward if he dont Sullivans managers are greatly exasper ated by which is being brought to bear to force a meeting and it only de pends on the howl that is made whether or not They are receiving tele grams by the score urging a SullivanCor bett fight are trying to queer Cor bett with the public by calling him a bluffer This is all nonsense for Corbett has noth ing to bluff for Ho is not going to travel while Sullivan is If I were a rich member of the Olympic said the sporting man in parting I would put up for a tenround fight between Sullivan and Corbett and that would force the championto the FOUGHT A BROKEN JAW CHICAGO April Owen Cougle and James Dohoney of Chicago fought at Shelby this morning for the championship of Illinois It was declared a d raw at the close of the thirtythird round Couglesiaw was broken by a swinging right hander from Dohoney in the seventeenth round bntle continued to fight standing on the defensive and waiting for an opening to do Dohoney up with a It didnt come however Cougle isa very man but unskilled while Dohoney liashad practice in the ring CARNEY NOT SATISFIED NEW YORK April to infor mation received in this city JemniieCarney of Birmingham England the lightweight champion of England is anxious to have another go with Jiick McAuliffe before the California Athletic Club with twoounce Carney wants the fight to be for a purse of the contest to take place within fouivor fire months from the signing of the articles It theproposition does not suit McAuliftc Carney will light him in England for S5000 or a side and allow him S750 for expenses If the fight takes place in England lie will deposit S5000 which be will forfeit if the American does not receive fair play Telegrams have been sent to McAuliffe and President the California Athletic Club asking whether such a be V MAULlfclTE IS WILLING GHEITSNNE April McAuliffe in an interview here tonight said that he was ready to meet Jeni Carney and cover any money in sight He would prefer second Schoolgirl third Time Free Handicap seven won Emily second Jack Cocks third Time Threeyearolds and upwards handicap one mile and a won Buckler second Bonnie King third Time ft SENATORS BAD ATTACK PREPARED FOR ALL SUMMER The Chicago Strikers Backed by the Federation of Labor CHICAGO April was no change of note in tho carpenters strike today The strikers have pickets at all the depots and suburban towns and wherever they find men coming to town to work they generally succeed in inducing them not to The strike is costing the Union over a week but they say they are prepared for all summer When their money is exhausted they claim they will fall back on tho National Council behind which is tho Federation of Labor They claim to bo supported by every labor organization an the United States The struggle is for recognition of the Union and the bosses de clare they will not grant this The cigarmakers troubles took a now turn this morning when fifty nonunion employed it the Columbia factory struck for higher wages While they wore negotiating with representatives of the Cigarmalcers Union with a view to joining the body two of their leaders wore arrested On a charge of intimidation Important developments in favor of tho striking carpenters wore learned tonight from the The nonunion master carpenters called on the strike committee this evening and had a conference There are 1500 or 1600 of these small bosses in the city employing nearly If not quite half tho journeymen and they object to tho 110 large bosses who compose the Builders Exchange monopolizing and controlling all tho business They proposed to tho men to form an alliance with the strikers They are and have been willing to grant the mens demands but the action of the Association of Masters hus locked them out This they resent and a meeting has been called for tomorrow to form ait association One of their leaders said late tonight You can say that within a day or two the nonassociation bosses will have all thoir men at work again at Union rates and the Carpentersand BuildersAssociation will find itself reduced to the necessity of coming to the strikers terms or remaining without Mr Tnrpie In Convulsions Over th HE ABUSES THE CANVASSING BOARD Several Senators Express Themselves on the Chinese Question What Mitchell and Hearst Want in the D Way of Legislation Chinamen Turned Back NIAGARA April Chinamen made two unsuccessful attempts to smuggle themselves into the United States once in the closet of a car which crossed tho bridge during the day and again at night when they were rowed over the river The sec ond failure was due to their being shadowed by American custom officials Tho China men have left for Toronto A French Painter Dead PARIS April Ilanoteau painter is dead the THE CASUALTY RECORD DESTRUCTIVE TORNADOES CONTINUE THROUGHOUT THE EAST Winds and In Storm oh Muron a Plague RussiaVisitod by NEW YOJIK April to a dispatch a terrible plague has swept over a large section of southern Russia Millions of field mice overrun those provinces and are passing northward They have ruined the cultivated fields completely guoted granaries arid wheatstacks and killed and oaten several hundred dogs They swim the rivers and climb mountains and there seems to be no way either of exterminating them or arresting their progress WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA FLOODED PiTTSBURG April Pennsyl vania was visited bya severe rain wind and electric storm this morning Great damage was done and at least two lives were lost In this city a number of houses were struck by lightning and several persons stunned but not seriously injured Rain fell in tor rents flooding cellars and causing small streams to overflow At West Elizabeth two children of George Beattie were drowned while crossing Lobbs river county the rain fell in torrents for two hours All the streams overflowed their banks and much property was washed away At Penn Station a number of families were compelled to houses Up the Manor Valley the greatest damage was done Most of the bridges were carried away and the Manor Valley Railroad badly washed out Tho country roads are deeply gutted rendering travel dangerous At Tyrone the Juhiata river is over its banks houses and lots inundated and the people were compelled to move In Cambria county the Conamauffh river creelc are again raging and the lower portionof Johnstown is under water Several bridges have been washed away operations at the mills are suspended At 8 oclock tonight the water was two deep n the telegraph office A LAKE HURON GAOI GODEUiCn April terrific gale on Huron today caused the loss of a numberof boats The freight schooner manned by the throe MatbesOD missing and it is feared all were lost the fight come off at the Pelican E says the annualVsaiary list of road has been reduced behalf a other expenses cut down a London next winter but was willing t to meet him anywhere that is considered satisfactory I117 SCHAEFJER MAKES A RUN CHICAGO At the matinee game tournament between Catton and Helser the play was slow andiabrilliant shot was an exception and not The game was ratherclosely played throughout and at the endof the 25th inning each had 1B7 points Jn the iiextrtwo innings Catton by magnificent playing the game 250 vayerage best run 1G9 average 1326 best run game this evening between Schaefer andvlvesi was i a walkover for the former 500 points against lyess The game was the most remarkable 1 amen Sen aef er beaiting tlie scored1 200 an easy two lyess playing throughout the game j average3S5C13 aud 52 average highest run 14 A HUNDRED BUILDINGS EOANOKE April tornado passed over this section of the State this Tnorning In this city the casting house at tho Iron Works was demolished and throe persons severely hurt Nearly a hundred1 buildings in course of erection were totally demolished a furnacewas blown down and one man slightly hurt The loss here will be over A HIGH AVINi AT CHICAGO terrible wind and rain storm swept down on Highland Park latelast nightarid did a great deal of dam ageto property Catholic Church was blown over crushing the dwelling houses of Martin Blettel and Michael1 eral other buildings were badly wrecked but no one was serlousiy injured The en tire fronts of several stores were blown in the of a big block ripped off and banged about the streets for several no end of terror Considerable damage was also done at Lake April the Senate among the bills reported frora tho commit tees and placed on tho calendar was a bill to amend tho third of the Inter state Commerce act Tho House bill appropriating to supply the deficiency occasioned by the Sll cott defalcation was passed Tho Senate then resumed consideration of the Montana case and Pugh concluded his argument in favor of the Democratic claimants Turpio presented au aigumeni on tho same side of the question The Canvassing Board at Helena had no right to throw out tho abstract of returns at Precinct 3k They had not dared to throw out tho abstract for the whole because that would have defeated tho Republican candidates for Congress Tho action of the Territorial Board of Canvassers was an act of usurpa tion and therefore utterly void The elimi nation of Precinct 3t was null and there the election of the five delegates from Silver Bow county was null The word as used by tho Territorial Canvassers was a mellifluous ouphonism of that1 body for an act of for Upon a claim so detestably false what legal ho said could bo made He asked whether the abridgment of a lie was to have more force than the whole edi tion and characterized the rejection nf the votes of Precinfct 34 us an act of strang ling on the part of the three thugs of tho Returning Further on he spoke of the Canvassing Board as a triple coil of composed of a Chief from Verulum a Secretary from Sodom and a Governor from and woundup with a scathing denunciation of all con cerned In tho course pf a discussion as to the time w vote should be taken it was stated by Morgan that the Democratic Senators were to vote upon the questionwith out further debate offer was accepted by the other side but arrangement WLS defeated by Call taking the floor and stat ing his desire to address the Senate on the subject tomorrow f The election case having been laid aside Hale asked unanimous consent to have the Chinese Census Numeration bill taken up arid disposed of Evarts objected ThenHalo made a formal motion to that effect Tho motion met with resistance OH the Republican side but all the Democrats sided with and the vote o9 nays 10 and the billwastaken up Halo said he did to take up time with the was willing to pro ceed with a pending amend ments and on tho bill Evarts said he regarded the nients reported by the Census Committee as an im provement on the House bill and was willing that they should be adopted but as to the merits and design of the bill Itself it was his design and his duty to debate it and at some length Mitchell explained the purpose of some amendments which he offered He did like the bill very well is it came from tho House but as amended by the Senate com mittee it was ho said absolutely worth less and inefficient He desired to have the pending bill amended to require the Chinese to show that they were residents on the 1st day of October 1888 the date of the Scott Exclusion act instead of as the Senate amendment proposed on the 1st of June 1890 He asked Hale whether he was to give a certificate that should be as good as a ticketofleave or a ticket of stay to those Chinese whe had got into the country unlawfully since October 1888 Hale admitted that he was willing to give amnesty to 500 or fiOOO Chinese persons who came since October 1S88 for the sake of closing the doors in the future Hearst said his idea and notion of legisla tion on the subject was the passage of a law that would exclude tihe Chinese frora com ing to this country after a but would treat the Chinese already here fairly Mitchell agreed with Hearst and desired to have a law that would exclude all Chinese except members of the diplomatic corps Dawes wanted to know what use there would be in having Chinese diplomats ad mitted If they had no Chinese look after I would rather exclude the Chinese was than to permit the country to be overrun by the yellow hordes of the Chinese em Without action the Senate adjourned Weather Peanut will G CanHave Them OF April Horn Wee Pack representatives of Chinesei com panics in San Francisco arrange ments before leaving here with the Com pania y which holds a rom the Mexican Gov ernment for a steamer line Between Mexico and Asia ahdfjWtlTbring Chinese toj which wllibebuiltinless than pf April Sx 6f Mprgan Reaping Company He leaves an xv House WASHINGTON April rnotion of Struble the Senate amendment to the House bill providing for townsto entries of land in Oklahoma was not and a conference was ordered TJic House went into Committee of the Whole on the Naval Wilkinson said he would not emulate Britain In building Cliina u better figliting United This Govcrnnrcnt had been talcing extreme It was the part of build ships could cope withthoseof nations upon which contumely cast He advocated the establishmentOla1 navy yard at A dams UK said tlie people sented were anxious for a Tiayy yard atf the mouth of the Mississispl rlyer Coleman advocated New Pending final action and the House adjourned More Chinese SAK DIBOO April was an other capture of ten Chinese this morning Theywere entering the mans boat from they were stopped by the customs officers at Ballast The boat Is owned by Williams who is also in custody The namen areTtart of those transferred v steamer of PekingYin San 7ranciscd 25th and taken are now Ijittle Rock Francisco Alderman created stating that he irid Tiedemanii are well   

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