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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - April 12, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                If you want Houses Rooms or Servants patronize the Want Columns of The Tribune The total circulation The Tribune last week WM over VOL 159 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY APRIL 12 1890 PRICE FIVE CEKTS IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION Hie Drift of the Silver Sentiment Is Toward Free Coinage SILVER OVERSHADOWS THE TARIFF Culloms AntiMormon Advice for to the AntiOption to Be Withdrawn from Western Posts BOO f SALT FJAKK TRIBWNK r7 Fourteenth street D April II 1800 Two of debuting Mm pro d on silver with tin main qnotj ul stitkn What shall wo in lo be saved Such is the present situation her H is a suffi cient commentary upon tho paramount interest excited this most important to say that tho tariff yields to IIto question of Moth houses realize Us difficulty of making any proposed bill a purtp measure Thoy that the Western Republicans and Mis WoHtrrn alike will not bo oasily whippffdintolinolorany bill which ignores the demand for free coin go Tim Senate WMO profouiKlly alarmed at the revolution in sentiment In tho upper house ami are huldinK a possible Presi dential veto over lite of their more radical At Ian I nljchfK1 conference at Stnator Shiinniinri house be silver men were and firm and they put propositions so forci bly and with such detenitiiiatioii as to no doubt us to their intentions fur Ft Is safe to xuy that the Senators whf an rriendly to liberal legislation in the interest of rehabilitat ing silver will not permit any party to fonv it lo vonftgjilnsl their views of the neces fdtieh of th situation If immediate 1ree coinage is not derided upon plans will be laid for such action in the near future The moiioinetftllis bugbears of the Kust have become the ohofitmilH Of III1 present In flto House caucus the strength of th 3 free coinage party was more marked An Eastern opponent of free cnmag frankly stated that the HOIISO is apparently only restrained from a free coinage bill by fear of a Presidential fai a voti been taken at last nights upon Ireo coinage it would prob ly have carried he outcome of the House caucus was the ap pointment of a Kornmlttff of sixteen including tho Republican merntors of the Com mit tco to consider he whoh subject and consult with the Senate committee and try to map out a definite for the consideration of Monciays it until Gabriel blew his trumpet without sustain ing loss Georgi C Martin of the Nuw York Produce Kxcnungi maintained that the fanner never be foro received so great apur cent of the value ol his crops as now In his opinion tho low prices prevalent are of a recent series of largo crops from which been accumulated in bushels of corn moru than ever before in tho history of tho country The mer chant has sntreredlosscK along with the farmer In commission on a bushel of corn amounted to 2Vcents Xow tho entire crop is on a commission of onequarter of a cent If the bill passes ihrerjqimrters of the ex port trnde of tho countries will be proscribed 1 O Uloss of the ov YorkCotton Exchungo read an argument against the bill prepared bv a committfivof that exchange prefacing it with a protestagainst the bill signed by tho leading bankers of New York in which they stato that the passage of the bill would work gnsat damage to legitimate trade and that tho bunks find their risks of under the present system arc less under the old o Tho argument of Cotton Exchange com mittee holds that tho elloct of trading for future delivery has been to Lite worlds markets a less violent character reduced the risks of the merchants nnd bankers and at tho same time se cured to the cotton planters a higher range of values than was the case before the existence of the method of trading for future delivery If tho future system were wiped out the exchanges of New York and Orleans would cease to exist and this would transfer the business to Kuropo and build up exchanges there THE FIG HT1NG CONGRESSMAN Phelan Explains His Course Towards the Tennessee Editor WASHINGTON April Plielan hns written a card in reference to his trouble with Colonel Fleming ofKentucky in the course of which he says that from one who had seemed to bo to force him to the wall Phelan did not espect tho plea that lie Fleming ig nored the code JMielan says ho docs not defend the code but has never been able to see the moral distinction between doing another a malicious mischief forbidden by the laws of God and oflor ing an expiation forbidden by tho laws of man That ho acted hastily in sending a mcssago de signed to elicit a challenge to a mini who ig nores the code IMichm admits but acids assume that the bullying lone of Flemings refusal to accept a hearty apology was the along with other contingencies of un ovorwcon ing personal courage Colonel Fleming in his answer says that I have ridiculous This Is true but then I didnt know Colonel Fleming as I do fheliui concludes that in view of tho scornful and insulting refusal to accept r frank apology he thinks hocan leave it to that portion of the world which is bravo just and generous to say whether what ho did was without palliation A SOCIAL SENSATION Them will le silver legislation during tho prosonf session and it will bo legislation very far toward if It does not attain to free coinage The hill introduced by Senator Cnllom In Mie Semite exlendi to Utah tho provisions of the Idaho lest oath with an iiddHlon which will make it impossible for Mormons in accord with the of plural marriage to participate in Jiodfmil atftiirn The bill provides tluit no pnr son belonging to a church touching or pnioticing polygamy shall bo permitted to vote TICK HKNATR FAIIl It IT Mi WASHINGTON April The Semite Committee miit this morning and ordered tho Worlds Kair bill roportod so inn amendments The committee modified tho pro vision with reppect the President lining satis fied of the character of tho Chicago sub scriptions by making it road Hint he shall bo satisfied of thn responsible of tho sub scription inviting foreign nations to participate Daniels amendment was modified so as to provide thai some tlmo in tho spring bo fore the opening of the exposition thoro shall bo n n naval display in Now York harbor at Hampton Ronils and a naval colebra tlon In Washington at the tirno of tho dedication of tho statue to Columbus Tilt WOOL DUTY The carptt ifianiifiiotories of Philadelphia had a hearing before the members of tho Wavs aiil Menus Committee today in reference to proposed Inereaso in tho duty on car pot wools They opposed the proposition and de clared the increase would mako raw material for iiignun avrpefs cost moro than tho carpets now sold ip onon market STKKMjft UK1UIKB Oeneral Snhollfld toflay iKsuml a order approving the findings ofthe court martial in tho case of Uoulenant Steele Kighth Cavalry for striking privnlo The reprimand provided for in the verdint of the court is not oonched in severe language hut lakes rivthor tho form of fatherly advice to young ollloors about the necessity of controlling their tempers and de precated the bail Inslo shown by Stoolo in oc cupying tho double position of prosecuting wit ness and Judge Advocate in Iho trial of Wild for insubordination TliOOIS UKVIICWBO A rcvvinw of the District of Columbia National Guard and tho troops of the several branches of tho regular army nt Washington was given today in hmiorof the delegates to tho Pan American Tho President soveral of tho Cabinet donoral Schoflold and other otllcers of the regular army occupied tho roviowing stand COXVMMBO The Senate continued the following nom inees A Grant Assistant Secretary of War BrigadierGeneral Nelson A Miles Major General Colonel It A Grlcrson Brigadier General Major T H Stnritoii Deputy Pay masterGeneral J U Ctsnoy of Indiana Indian Inspector G C Receiver of Public Moneys at Carson City C F Tnrritin Survoyor of Nevada JUTIS OLJCVKLANDS CHUM WITH After n Itilof Honeymoon With Her Un ooufcli Tluttlmnd tho Uriclo Mysteriously and JH Thought to Bo Jn HU Asylum April 11 Ssui Francisco Chronicle Annio Gould daughter of the late Thomas Gould iv noted young society woman a graduate of College and an Intimate friend of Mrs G rover CJovelaitd has run away and married L her coachman It had been noticed for sovoral days that Miss Gould had bncn conspiciiousby her absence having a lavish pretty suavn and possessing tho ulty of wiilning tho esteem of all lortuuula enough to gain hor acqiiftiiiUnco Thn mystery in which hor family hnvrt sought enshroud her in starting many rumori No nxplamiUori was given of her absence to hor friends and sovfinil old chiunrmiido an invostiga Iton tho result or which wns tho discovery Uiat she nud Winters olopocl March 1st They were by a prouoher and staid tliu night fogothor at tho llodnoy ilotiso Noxl morning the groom was sent with a letter from thobrido to hormothnr convoying tho in of thoir inaiflago nnd asking forgive ness and a maternal blossinc After lho delivery of tho Winters took the noxt Iralu to Auburn to join his hrido On his arrival at tho lie found linr relatives in consultation with hor Tlui was a pleasant ono tho result of it being tho separation of tho married couple and it is not thought they have The hrido is a niece of Colonnl Woodruff of this city On the clay following hor marriage sho exe cuted a clood as of all titleand intorost in tho cslate of tho lato Iatnos ClouM of whom sho was an heir Tho dood give ColonelWoodruff tho nowor to dispose of in tornst iti tho estate nnd invest tho proceeds as h may HOO fit Winters has not suou his wife sine the 0th and no nhoiit tho placo seoms ti know of her whereabouts Winters appoiirs to bo really in love with tho girl All kinds of rumors are afloat as to hor whore ahouts and ono is to tho ofioct that sho has placed iu an asylum by hor relatives Wiuiors j W years old a widowor a little son 11 w i an ordinary looking man with no accomplish monts whatever Jlo wears a huge black inns tacho under a big noso and would notattracl at tenllon except by his uncouth manners For tho last few months ho has nusployed at tho home of tho brides parents In tho capacity nt i coachman and in that capacity has boon throwi in MlSti Goulds society to a considerable Tho intimacy which ripened into love was mi noticed by tho familyof tho girl and tho an nounoernont of a chiudnstlno marriage shoakec thorn greatly Winters it is said is looking foi his wife in tho asylum near Now York City where he boliovos sho has boon incarcerated after deed ing hor fortune to hor undo THE CRIMES OF THE DAY Strong Testimony for the Defense in the Hatch Case A DESPERATE BREAK AT SING SING A Convict Pardoaqcl Out to Wealthy Cattle Man EJevenYeaiOld Boy Arrested for Miuder a single impurity in drawing or in the pigment of colors The outlines of llirt pictures are per exact and each color stands out from the other with marvelous distinctness Professor Kder told me that he was astonished to find that the colors wen quite unaffected nnd not changed in the slightest decree after being exposed to ordinary daylight for fully three weeks during which iho photos upon glass and paper were examined by a great number of persons Iu fendinii tbe photos Herr Von Gothan gave the following details of the applied process The sensitive preparation is silver chloride emulsed in collodion or ia gelatine the solutionbeing prepared in a peculiar way which is the inven tors secret it is poured either upon glass or it soon takes H brownish red color The plate is put into a copying frame exposed to the rays from a transparent drawing when the negative picture is soon visible the dark parts appearing of course iu white MORMONS IN THE NORTHWEST L S LATEST SCANDAL A Bad Case Made Out Against Her Majestys Chaplain THE BUCKET SHOP FIGHT A UKUATKR DtSMlSSKD J Assistant Chief of tho record division Ponsion Huroaii is dismissed Eagles pension was during thu esiily part oi tho present administrntion THE rojIMITTBE Chairman Dingley has appointed the special committee ordered bv the Republican caucus last night to prepare a silver bill lor tho caucus Tho members aro tho eight Republican members of tho Coinage Commit Wiekluun Walkor Carter Hartine Knapp and tho following additional McKinlev Cannon Unyuo Perkins Henderson and Tho committee hold jts first meeting this nftornoon A WITIIRWAWAL OK TWOOlS OKDKRKD The Secretary of War today issued an order directing tho troops from the following posts withdrawn fts soon as the department com manders concerned provide suitable accom modations elsewhere Fort Mnginnis Fort Bridger Fort Siduov Fort Crawford Little Rock Barracks Fort McDowell Kort Thomas and Fort Verde Ariz Tho respective department com manders aro to report to tho AdjutantGeneral of tho army the date when the posts oau bo aban doned with a view to making necessarv arrangements for the reservations with the build ings and other improvements to be received by the Department of the Interior for Indian school purposes or for disposal OPPOSING TUT ANTIOTTHW BILL The House Committee ou Agriculture hard 01 cuimnts against tho Uuttorworth AntiOption Henry Wilson of tho Chicago Board of Track1 said that that organization and nil the ex changes in tho country wore in sympathy with the first section of tho to abolish trading in puts and calls and bucket shop dealings but to enforce tho provisions against trades for future delivery would forceout of business the small detilers and concentrate tho trade in the hiinds of the largo capitalists who were able to purchase the crops and hold them for a rise To stop the pales for future delivery would bo to interrupt and disarrange tho entire financial system of tho country The bankers of the country moved tho crops and depended upon tho transactions of the small dealers iu the country towns for abasis for Tho bill would placo tho farmer at the mercy of tho largo capitalists who would buy cash grain at such a prlco that ho could hold Chicago Board of Trade Com pelled to Take Further CHICAGO April 11 At a mass mooting of the mombors of tho Hoard of Trndo a resolution was adopted Mint as tho bucket shops were getting thu quotations by privale wires the directors bo authorized nt thoir discretion to1 compel the ro movnl of all such wires from tho offices of tho Tho resolution nlso grants to tho directors authority to do whatmerolso they may sen fit to accomplish tho desired end Tho meet ing then bv vote forbade any oC tho members or any combination of members directly or incli rootlv from disseminating continuous quota A resolution was also adopted that tho tolograph companies be requested to restore tho rules tu before tho wires wiiro removed from tho exchange room and in tho event of refusal that tho board tako steps to orgauiiw a telcgrnv company among the clilloreut boards of tw throughout tho country Jay Gould Interviewed DALLAS April T ay Gould was inter viewed at considerable length by the Dallas News regarding the outlook for his properties in this section and tho of tho country ho has traveled over recently Mr Gould expresses himself perfectly satis fied with tho outlook affecting his interests He says tho interest taken in tho probable out come of his trip iu the way of new railway de velopment is not consistent with the disposition in some quarters to hamper tho railroads With Mexico ho is greatly pleased Ho remirds tho fostering of commercial relations with Mexico ns a thing of vastimportance to tho United States Congressman Randall WAsmjfOToy April Eandalls condition is He is gradually growling weaker It is thought ho will last tho day out but his groat endurance can hardly sustain him more thnn a very few days at best He rests oasily and sleeps a good part of tho time There is no needto givo him anything to induce sleep Ho takes nourishment regularly a Koprcsentaiive Randall has been sinking vory rapidly tonight and death is almost momentarily expected t10 a has become worse Ho has awiikomd and is in considerable pain It is not expected ho can live until A Handsome Souvenir April 1 Kaob delega to to tho PanAmerican Conference was tho recipient to night of aboautiful silk American flag tho Womans Silk Culture Association of the United States A short presentationaddress was made byMrs Lucas of Philadelphia in which sho explained that the silk from which the flags wcro made was grown and spun by American women The April New New Orleans 60 St iouis 50 Cincinnati CO Cliicago 43 Winnipeg 22 i1 NEW YORK April Francisco Chronicle a little back room at 65 Elizabeth street August Schwaoccke who was pardoned after serving six years in Sing Sing died on Wednesday night from con sumption was 25 years old and was sentenced in to servo ten yojirs for steal ing jewelry worth about at the Uolel St Donis tho MansionHouse Brooklyn the Murray Hill tho Rossmero tho Clomou House and the Hoffman each case he engaged a room and departed stay of a day or two some of the guests jewelry and valuables went with him Schwaneckes father died last month leaving a fortune variously estimated from to which ho had accumulated as proprietor ota popular resort Of this ho loft 81000 to his son who was then in Sing Sing and tho rest to his housekeeper and relatives inBavaria Ifis wife had obtained a divorce from her husbaml about twenty years ago and had married John Gregory in Portland Orb Slid1 did not remain with nim lont With her son GUP who had received a goocl education in she carno lo New York It was at this time thai tho voung man began the operations that landed liim in Sing Sing Mrs Gregory has for many years supported herself by a candy store at So Ktrocit Hearing of her first husbands will which loft only to his son she engaged a lawyer to content it Gus Sohwanecko was then in tho hist stages of consumption and when the mothor went Lo Albany to obtain his pardon Governor Ifill gran led U The will contest was before tho Surrogate Court this week TI1J3 HATCH TirUJtOKTl TIUAfj COLORADO Siiirxas April Associated tho Hatch trial this morning the do fencn bomin the presentation ofevidence One Ioatunj of thoir side has been tho calling of several witnesses that wore regarded as loading witnesses for tho Tho courtroom WHS move crowded than on any previous tho women among thn spectators forming at half of the R French a traveling man testified having been at the Hotel Saturday night He saw C W llatcli in tlw hotel II oclock when Iho latter asked to bu shown to a bed A man who playuig at a liable inthe olllce got up iincl showed defondanti his room on the upper floor of the hoiel whwn if is alleged C Hatch slept that night Witness declared that defoiulanf was in a bod which could boon soon from the hall When he went to his room itwas between 11 and 12 oclock Tho crossexamination although rigid break the testimony T Leonard said ho had a real estate ollico at Denver last April and was called on by defendant to assist in looking up a claim ntjar Flaglor Ho had discussed witli defendant tins railroad facili ties for reaching Edward 10 described the position of tho body whan discovered by him on looking through ft window on Sunday afternoon Wit was the rlrst thedoad body and with ilaothcr boy immed Cliarles 1arko bad alarm K W Holloy was called and told about going to tho Hatch cabin when his son told him the old man was dead and described the position of tho body Witnesfi had boon told by his neigh bors that ho would not be called as a witness in tho trial as tho State wanted only evidence to C Millicont was called and told of the kindly feeling existingbetween deceased f on da nfc Ho know of the old man receiving from his nephow on ono occasion Ho said tho old man expected to receive money from his nephew to nrove up on his claim arid was expeot ng ft visit from him Othor witnesses testified tffltlus and also to Henry Hatch expecting to Wty a team with money to bo Xuruishocl by his themwasDr Godsnmiy a Jcading witness for tho prosecution 0 Uoalc a Boston broker said ho had been tho Pacific Slopn in April lust with the dc who had told him that he had an uncle n eastern Colorado whom hu oxpeclod to visit loforo going East On the Friday before Henry Hatch was found dead witness was in Denver with tho defendant when the lattur again de clared his hilontion of visiting uncle though ho complained of fooling unwell and was cvi dtMitly A nim i or taut point was raaclo when the wit ness was asked tho financial circumstances of the deiondant last order toprove Ilia there wns no motive for tho alleged crime This was objected to and tho court sustainecltho objection on the ground that the prosecution had not jit to prove a motivo Many witnesses tca tilled to tho high character of the defendant MOUNT PLEASANT Simonds colored was hanged today for tho mimlor of Otto Fishang A Wl ALT LIT CATTLEMANKILLED SAN Texas April ono of tho woalthiost cattlomoir in Southwest Toxas was shotiiucl killed this ovoning by John Tomerlin at Moore Station Speed was a brother of this Into UnHed States Attorney Speed TWO CONVICTS SIKO SINO Kelly and convicts maxlc a desperate at tempt to cscapo this Keeper Lee took them totho old female jvison to clean it Once inside Uioy grappled w Hi Leo and bo foro he could draw his revolver he was felled to tho floor by a blow from a hammer When ho tried to got np they told him that if ho moved they would kill him Then they took his revolver aud keys and bound his hands and legs with a rope They to Keeper Tibrcos room and exchanged thoir stripes for two suits of Pierce s clothos after which they inaclo escape through a side door into the woods Lee succeeded in freeing himself after sonic time and getting out reported tho mutter to tho warden who immediately started a possein pursuit of the prisoners Late thisafternoon they were re captured back A YOUTHFUL jrUHDERER NKW YORK April Castello aged 11 was today charged in Court with the murder of his brother Thomas aged 0 The lather was tho complainant Theboys went out together hist Sunday and John returned alouo denying any knowledge of the where abouts of Thomas Since then efforts to flnd the missing boy have beeu fruitless The father caused the arrest of Joliir on tho strength of a story told by some other that tho brothers fought Sunday and John thVew Thomas into the river at the foot of UStb street The police aro investigating A FI011T WITH OUTLAWS DENVER Albuquerque N specialto the News says Yesterday a sheriffs posso located of Porllllio Trujillos gang of outlaws whohave been ter rorizing tlie inhabitants of San Miguel county for tho past six months and stealing horses and cattle A running fight took placo outlaw named Zaniora was shot and killed by tlie posse The restof the gans were chased to the mountains and the posse had not been able to dislodge thum at last accounts There is a large rewardofferee for the capture of Tnijillo deador alive The Dominiou Parliajiieiiit Enacts a JJaiv Against Polygamy OTTAWA April Mormon question was ventilated in Parliament last The House took up the bill to amend the criminal amy being included in the list of offenses Hou Edward Blake said fhe Mormon settlers in the Canadian Northwest form L and urged that their abominable practices bo suppressed Ho learned that the Mormons who lied from Utah Canada left wives at home and brought voung girls with them for companions Minister of tho Interior Dowelney said ho per sonallv assured the Mormons that they would never be permitted to practice polygamy in Can ada The Mormons then gayp him satisfactory assurance and recently denied that they were evading the laws Sir John Macdouald said Canada would never allow the Northwest to bo the scene of polyga mous practices Tho clause relating to polygamy was amended by raising tho penalty from two to five years imprisonment A Factory Girls Suit AUBUHN N Dispatch Francisco Chronicle Carr a pretty girl in a button factory has suedthe parents of D Corning the wealthiest peopleof the town for for alienating his affections she having been him nearly a year ago Cause of tbe Paris Accident LIVEKPOOL April true cause of the accident to tho City of Paris was learned to day As she was raised tho starboard propeller dropped off showing the shaft broken close to tho blade of prbpollor The sudden strain thus occasioned caused the collapse of tha board engine THE MEN OF MUSCLE A GERMAN EXPLORERS GUNNING England Disturbed by East African RumorsThe Kaiser Anxious to Conciliate His AVestern The Expelled Rtissian Students D1SMTSKY TO FIGHT THE ENGLISH CHAMPION MIDDLEWEIGHT A Negro Pugilist Butts an Ox to Brutal Figut in and McCaffrey N April Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle arc about completed by theArlington Athletic Club for a fight between Dempsoy and TofT Wnll tho champion midcllowcight of England President Fassett saidltofday that the purse would ho and the to a finish for the middleweight championship of the world Negotiations with Dempsoy so fur advanced tfia t h is acceptanceis doomed AND CORBBTT Nuw YOTIK April THIBUKJ Francisco Chronicle Dominick frey will wind up with Jim Corbel in a four round QuoehsbeiTy Avenue Casino Brooklyn next Monday evening The cntcrfcasnmcnt will bo under the auspices of the Seaside Athletic Club A NEGRO PUGILISTS FEAT ST Louis April Associated sports aro talking nothing but tho f eat 9 Big a heavyweight negro pugilist who on wiigfjr butted an ox to death Ho caught the horns and butted it between tho four times Then drawing back at arms he ran his head againstthe ox knocking the four logged brute to the ground the ox dying in five minutes The negros was considerably swollen but ho has not suffered any serious in convenience A BRUTAL PJIIXK iriGHT LIVERPOOL April A horribly brutal fight occurred af LinicaShirc yesterday1kitwecn the noted wrestlers Moran of and Haigl of Staudish They were naked with the excop tion of trousers aud clogs but tho first round tho trousers worotorn to shreds Tho clogs used as weapons of offense and defense The bodies of tho men presented a sickening spec taclo at tho close They were seamed scarred and gashed in all directions Ilaigh wns dor clarod victor and Moran was carried home nil conscious A OALIPOnNTAN KNOCKED OUT SPRINGFIELD April Martin Bropley of this city and Jimmy Hates of California fought a lively prize light last night in a shed near town being knocked out in tho fifth round a clou n blow on tho neck The fight was with fourounce Quoensbury rules SCHAEFBR AND SLOSSON CHICAGO 11 Tho afternoon game of tbo billiard tournament between Slosson and Heiser 500 and 850 points respectively was won by tbe former Slosson 500 1 highest runs 1 78585250 Heiser 112 average 32529 highest runs 2313 Sohaefcrbuat Catton tonight they playing 500 and 250 respectively SchaoJer 5UO ago highest ocuns Cattou average 6 a23 highest run 24 THE REORGANIZED PHOTOGRAPHY IN COJDORS The of Remarkable j Achievement Herr NEW YORK Francisco Worlds Vienna photos of Herr Franz Voross of Klausenbiirg Trnnsylvania wore shown to Professor Edc4 at the Php ogrftpMc InstitutoJ The are nd upon paper Thefornieibiarc depositives aud f looked through tho a beau iful ruby red ground the picture in bright somotunes brilliant colors from the deep est hue ofruby rcd fardeeper than grourid color uul lightorange with ofred and aud froui violet to anilihia bluo and onsesfc most brilliant imngined fhe same colors prevail paperposi ives which all have a ground uccoeclcd I look brough am ked ail theVphoffos with JL a detect Proceedings of tho Josephite Con ference iu Iowa LAJiom April general conference ol the of LatterDay Saints has been in session all the week attended by thousand members President Joseph H Smith sou of the founder Mormon is directing the proceedings Today a com mittee was appointed to prepare a history and doctrinal article for encyclopediasand histories A resolution adopted providing erec tion of a Mormon college and appointing a com mittee empowered to receive propositionsfor Jo cation and take the necessary steps toward the establishment an institution This body of Mormons claim to be opposed to polygamy The Striking CHICAGO April thateach sido in the carpenters strike has issued its ultimatum the trouble seems to have settled dowii to a question of endurance and tihe general impression is the light will be a protracted one peuters say that they propose to go to work to 1111 the strikers places on Monday next About fifty small bosses noc members of the association have framed appointed an arbitration committee to meet com mittee of the journeymen Easily Answered DENVEK April circular letter is now be ing prepared by those opposed to placing a tariff upon Mexican lead ores which is to to the miners ol the entire country in which shown that all ores sold on the public market for some itimc past hayo contained average of five per ceiit As it requires from two to three times this amount of lead smelt the same amountof the circular puts the question as to where thedeflcit is to if Mexican fluxing ores aro duty ThWsand JSEW YOKK April afternoon 1000 woricmeu on dpwntjbwn buildings in obedience to the commands of the Central Labor Union Tho strikes resulted from a disagreemfint between the arid Paulson Eagar the Greenpoint Iron Works contractors The carpenters stair plumbers ths ordered put The iron workers refused to employ union me u LONDON April Francisco Chronicle and correspondent cables Tbe latest news from Dr Peters indicates that ho is within the sphere of British influence and gives color to tho report that he circulated the news of his own death in order to bo better able to pursue his special objects without being hampered by gov ernment dispatches What ho has been doing all this time is something of a mystery and will undoubtedly bear inquiring into A very strong opinion prevails among authorities in African matters here that Peters lowered the British flags on the banks of the Tana river something after the style of Major Serpa Pinto nnd that lie endeavored to establish German in fluence in place of the British This if it should prove to bo true will naturally compel the Ger man government to disown his acts and ofllcinl pretensions and repudiate all that ho has lone In Berlin there is a very visible antagonism to the aspirations of the Colonial party and this will to nullify fhe doings of Peters The watch of the official world at Berlin is distinctly to avoid any collision with England and no non sense on the part of an irresponsible African ex plorer will permitted to get iu the way of general policy Toward France too the ofricial sentiment is altogether friendly and conciliatory Tho growth of the idea an agreement with Germiinv is very strong indeed in Paris It is rumored that Count Von Monster has been or dered U pursue a diplomatic inquiry into the state of feeling in France Meantime the Kaiser is considering tho best basis on which to make an arrangement for entirely friendly intercourse with Franco It is supposed ihat the end will be a of Alsace and Lorraine Howeverallthis may turn it is quite certain that tho policy of the Kaiser since ho god rid of tho liismarckian intlimncfi tends strongly to peaceful relations and friijiidlyfjalliancos with tho western powers and that England and France are treated with great consideration How he may act toward Austria is still an unsolved problem THE KOVAL CHAPLAINS SCRATK Everybody is talking tonight about tho per plexing situation of the Rev Henry White chap lain of the House of Commons chaplain to the Queen and pastor of tho famous Savoy Chapel Royal White has officiated many notable American weddings A washerwoman named Hilborii was arrested a few days ago while trying to pawn a handsome gold watch which hadan inscription showing that it was given to White twentysix years ago by his con grogation at Savoy Chapel The woman who was badly frightened said tho man who owned Mie had met her on the street gone with her private room the ind after staying there an hour hurried away to catch the train leaving the watch on tho table Tho case came up for trial today While everybody expected an unusual sensation it was hushed up of in a remarkably quick loss of his watch by saying that it was stolen from himwhile he was asleep He denied all though she re prouclifnlly contradicted him She swore that her story was true and positively kloiiMfled fhe dominie who ii a man 01 marked characteristics fow peoplecould forget onco having seen How ever the magi strata dismissed the case saying that while the girls story as to how she got the watch might be perfectly she was probably misiakon in her identification of White Tho magistrate said he had not tho least doubt that the was robbod in a railway carriage Under Ihe circumstances he discharged the girl as he did not think any jury would convict nor He directed that the watch be returned to White mostaffably on the magistrate left the court He was seen shortly afterwards conversing with the defendants lawyer in the corridor THE DISAFFECTED STUDKMTS ST PETERSBURG April oflicial report says the students at various public institutions of learning in Russia who took part in tho recent agitation nadno grounds for dissatisfaction Friendly advice proved unavail ing to stop their the authori ties were compelled 1oadopt stern measures to subdue the insubordination Fiftyfive students at the Agricultural Academy at Moscow have been sour home and three expelled Twenty were sent home from the University Twentythree were senthome and two expelled from tfio Technological Institute Thirteen were sent home and two expelled from School of Forestry and fifteen were sent home and two from the Veterinary School THK SWISS EXBKZZLEMENT BEKNE April to thc recent embezzle ment of a million francs b the State Treasurer of the Canton of Ticino the Liberals propose to impeach the Cantonal government STANLBT RECEIVED WITH CHEERS ROME April has arrived here was received with cheers by a greatcrowd The president of the Geographical Society welcomed himto tbe city and presented him with a gold medal A GBttMAN ATTACK OK STANLEY LONDON April Times correspondent at Berlin says that he notices a growingautiStan ley feeling there Here Reichard wbile lectur ingrecently declared that Stanley while in search of Livingstone learned from Arabs at Zanzibar of Livingstones location and concealed the discovery in order to enhance his feat The lecturer further declaredthatStanley by threats induced Emiu to leave he himself bad failed in his commercial landgrabbing and speculation The lecturer read a letter from Count Stellairc whose sbn the Zanzibar agent of the Ger man East Africa Company informed him that Stanleys nroposition to JDmin was to collect forces and found stations while Stanley would briiig two steamers from Morobsa him in an expedition to conquerUgenda and TJnvando and create them provinces of the equatorial dominion of which Emin with a salary should be ruler in the service of the juritish East i Africa Company Railways W9uld be built from the Coast through the Dominion with sources of tbis scheme The writer said it would prove the grave of all thecommercial hopes of the Germans WERE THEY DRUGGED light the rapidtraveling streetcars tho many beautiful business buildings the cosmopolitan crowd on the street and the thousand and one other things which tho country scribe won all evidences which spokovolumes and gave him assurance of the fact What him most was the slighting way iu which the elect treated him The chief purpose of tho trip was to have a change of admiring The Saints in conference assembled Tn TKIBUNE corre spondent wanted an opportunity to bear his timony to the brethoring aiul mistering of the aud glorious work we uv engaged in in these the laitvr days in the valleys of the mountains He wanted to tell tho faithful how much stronger his testimony now is than when he was working in the United Order of Kaocli for Christs sake and experience But no there wasnt a single one of those high in authority who invited him to the stand and so tho great confaberonce held without the pleasure of listening 10 the eloquence and stirring remarks TUB TKIBUNE elder had after much prayer aud fasting treasured up in his mind Nevertheless the visit was one continuous round of pleasure and day and night went mwrrily by in visiting those other curscU Liberals Having by Wednesday morning taken in all the sights beauties and of tha Kcw Terulalem now making themselves moro and more conspicuous wilder tho now adminis tration tbe pleasureseeking correspondent boarded southbound Union Pacific consoli dated aud started back to the Gem City making calls at AMERICAN FOKK and Pleasant Grove on he way The first men tioned town was found enjoying the exciting and exhilarating inspiration ol1 a boom The people are awakening to a now life they begin to sec greater possibilities for their splendidly located little city by the lake estate is changing hands newcoiners buying up and making prepa rations for future enterprises of various kinds 3t is now iio question but that greater mining activity than has been known for years will this summer place in American Fork canon the Utah YosemiU As soon as thodeop snow has melted down a great many miners will be sot to work on properties that aro now in good con dition to work remuneratively A good move has beon sot on foot by Bishop Georgo Halliday over whose signature a call has been made for a mass mooting of tho citizens on tomorrow Saturday evening to consider tho probability of discon tinuing the use ol scrip or duo bills in this city and dealings to be in cash Such is the Score one for Bishop popped sgs phraseology of the call Halliday A Closed Bearing Seasons v OTTAWA April is stated thatjthe nego tiations now going on at pan y enjqyin partially K is Ho said The Strange Insanity of a Brother andSister in Kaasag WICHITA April TRIBUNE Dispatch inexplica ble case of insanity is that of Eose Boilen son and daughter of a wealthy farmer near arrived here at noon City incharge of the Sheriff A week ago Rose left home for California Three days later word Reached the parents that she was ill at El Paso Texas and ner brother Simeon was sentafter her Nothing more was heard of themiintil when the Sheriff received a message from Dodge City pair1were insane Simeon arrived in shsicklesand his sisters face and eyes were black and her neck horribly her brother had struck her The two were put off the train at Dodge City and handed over to Not realizing howviolent they were failed to hand cuff the prisoners In a few minutes bedlam was turned loose in the neighborhood arid it took a large posse to recapture the were placed in the same room and fora moment when the the brought a rescuing party On ihe floorlay i the sister her brother beating her pounding herwitha short iron bkr The whole affair is mysterious In his more lucid intervals Simeon claims that they were drugged A PBOVOITE IW SALT LAKE His Admiration of Our P Citieiion tlid Way TKE TRIBUNE correspondent need of 1 greetediiis The scribeiwent city viewing changes visible by the be gmnih to andi become Something ia the jiisiness bustle theglate of i Among the places THE TRIBUNE man his head into was that of the American Fork dependent office There sat McCoard sticking typo and dreaming of future greatness for his paper Jim introduced the ungodly scribo to the godly Dr Kd Isaacson who has become a halfowner in the little sheet Tbo doctor was gracious and complimentary in speaking high words of praise for THE TKIBUNB ind its able correspondent who his escape suffused in blushes and you are it line ringing in his oars AT PLEASANT GKOVK things were found quiet and lifeless There ap pears to be nothing going on iu the town The place has a future before way before it A prettier more picturesque spot there hardly is in the mountains From any point in the town that beautiful silvery gray and placid sheet of water Utah be lolling at tho foot of the western hills while in the back Around tho eye is attracted by ono of the subliin est sights to be seen in tho West Roaring its snowrobed peak ten thousand feet abovo the town stands the grandest and loftiest mountain in Utah ivnlley Bathed in tho soft flaming glory of the setting sun tho writer beheld it the other evening What massive grandeur What sublime nflect of colors with white sapphire and sombre shadows of rugged rocks and broken gorges 1 No lover of naUmVs wondrous work can behold this scene but with awe and doepsoulcd admiration That the scribe found this spot attractive enough for a couple of days loitering will not occasion any other thought than that his heart and brain are inspired by the landscapes grandeur and the entrancing beauty of mountain cache and sky AGAIN Arriving this morning at Provo affairs were found iu a more or loss agitated condition Most the people were bristling about on business talking boom and building railroads manufac tories and other not forgetting the notorious coffin manufacturer and his twilight rag tho blooming which has been pouring out some of its wetbJunket mad ness tho few days trying to gJve a black eye and thereby scare off if possible all probable in vestors who may become interested in the beauty and advantages of tho place By in mossback antiprogressive sheet has found in Mr J L Davis whose means foresight nnd energy has done so much for Provo a shining and largesized target at which LO fire the illwill and displeasure of Lhe Independence Duy sexton mvis has not though been the only mark of attack Others includiiig TUB TKIBUNE representative Imvo ifiVirdcd the twinkling Tioinklcr subjects of abuse ind malice This course has justly made tho enterprising jitizensof Provo indignftiit and on every hand hour in the day may be heard such emphatic in d pointed of Graham and his sheet as to makeif plainto one that the polygamous colllnmaker is the most heartily de spised wretch out of jail and that if the town lad a sewer system most appropriate use to which his infamous paper could be put would bo to mop out the laterals with it Now that this fighthas come from only Fourth of July collin factory in the world let the war go on To some people life is not worth Jiving without a light and they souiidly drubbed Graham may buck and kick and squirm and bellow and belch till be is obliged to take the writers advice of curs ing himself lying down to die remembered only for the soul and the contempt and contumely heaped on him by people that he made bis enemies by the measure of nis hatred and opposition to the peace and prosperity of the community afflicted with bis presence while he lived but lie hasnt power uor influence enough to keep back tbe upbuilding of Provo The place will RO forward despite his insane work and yet become an American popu lous prosperous and peaceful MTLOZIIV Pnovo April No Democrats Wanted Yonk April Francisco Chronicle Union League Club is Republican Three times in the history of this organization have the members been called upon to question whether or not Demo crats or men whose Republicanism can be ques tioned should be admitted to membership and three times an overwhelming majority has decided against admitting any but true Republi cans The third decision was by a vote of two to one THE RAGiNG MISSISSIPPI The Evangelical Row CHICAGO April factions of the Evan gelical Conference resumed sessions tins morn ing The faction appointed standing committees and adopted resolutions declaring vacant the offices heldby the seceders at thn first session A Deputv Sheriff attempted to replevin the boots andpftpers the conference but they could not be found faction formally organized and devoted the session to missionary work Want to Hear Windoni WASHIKGTON April of the Republican caucus committees of the Sen ate and House on was conven tional in character It presented indications an agreement will be arrived Secretary Windom has been summoned to appear before the committee tomorrow Consumption Declared Curable BERLIN April remarkable operation for consumption hasbeen periormed before the sur gical The anterior chest wall and lower lung were The lung was removed and the patient is doing well and the congress declares that consumption is now curable An American Steamship Plant FEW BEDFORD company is being formed With a large to establish a plant inNew Bedford for building iron and steel sailing and steamships especially adapted to carry Americas products to all parts of the world All Kept in the Fami NEW April Bows left hisea tire fortune over to liis own The will was filed yesterday It sub stantially gives oneeighth 6f the estate to bis wile and each the seven children Cant Attend His Wifes Funeral SING SiiG Ferdinand Ward who is deeply alfected overfthe death ot is not granted periniBsipn to attend Dies Stuart for many vears prominent in financial andJreligious morning aged 74 died ttiismoiJjing olityphoidfever 1 Serious State of Affairs at Arkansas ANOTHER GREAT STORM PREDICTED The Weather Bureaus Special Bul Valuable Picture An Earthquake in Water Rising at Natchez ABAXSAS April LTRIBUNTE Dis San Francisco Chronicle This is tho center of the worst flood on Mississippi river between Memphis and Vicksburg The town is completely under and about half of tbo population has deserted it The bouses All stand in water from four to six feot deep Tha merchants am doing business on built with false floors on tho leveo Captain TallingiT is in charge of tho Arkansas leveo dis trict with his headouarlcrs hero In an inter view today ho snid that there could be no change 5n tho situation for about twenty days The river would then begin fulling unless unex pected and unprecedented rains further north sat in The water now is two feet higher than ever known hero before This is due to the prent pourins out of tho river Captain TalUnger though that 5000 people were homeless within thirty miles of this place shelter but shanties made of wrecked Tbe col ored people in the town have token possession of the box cars and livo in them apparently us comfortably is in their former Tho white people aro living in the freight houses A GAINSUOllOUGH 1ICTUUK LONDON April Associated The mansion of Btiron Ferdinand Jainrs Rothschild af Wjuldesdon Manor his country scat si Aylos bury was partly burned by an incendiary A picture by valued and a targe nuautiiy of valuable tapestry de stroyed IX 3IAINE DOVER Maine April An earthquake shook was fell this morning a few mini tes before 3 oclock Clocks were stopped aud small articles thrown down from their places STILL niSTNO At XATCffEZ NATCHEZ April Tho river is MOW inches above tho highest record and still rising In Con cord i a parish water froiM thn Tcnncsce river is running over the levees and rapidly filling tho fields A SMALL BLAZE AT ASPBN DENVER April A firo broke on tin the Nug get saloon in Aspen early this morning and destroyed property valued at partially in sured A GHKAT STO11M PREDTCTED WASHINGTON April The signal olllce fur nishes iliB following special bulletin A storm of considerable is central in South Dakota Unusully high temperature pro vails in ilia cantral viilley extending north ward to southern Minuessota and South A decided fall iu tho temperature however sot in from the northwest and tho temperature gradient is so sharply marked iu Minnesota and Soutb Dakota that the thermom eter has risen a range of 30 degrees ad jacent stations with a correspond ing barometric gradient Wind velocities aro reported on tho eastern side of tbe storm of 52 miles per hour southwest at Chicago oil the sonthefn side 98 east jit Elliott Texas oii the western 42 miles at Rapid Citjr and on tbe northern at Moorehcad The signal for high winds ordered for the lakes and sent out of severe storms iai South Dakota southern Minnesota Iowa and eastern Nebraska Tiio storm is moving slowly fo the eastward and will be accompanied by high winds in Indiana Illinois and Missouri tonight and tomorrow PANIC AT A CilUJTCCH LONDON April During the celebration of mass at a Catholic church at BrooischewHz Hungary todny tbe edifice caught lire Tho congregation became panicstricken and choked the exits so that several persons must have lost their lives but for the presence of mind of tho villagers who rushed to their Assistance Two persons were killed and several injured CONGRESSIONAL PROCEEDINGS Contested Election Cases Debated ia Both Houses WASHINGTON April In the Senate among Lhe bills reported from committee and placed on he calendar were the following A bill to pro vide American register for a sieamer to be named the owned in California The Sen ate bill to provide aud equip two steam to be used in the collection district of Puget Sound Consideration of the Montana election case was resumed and as no Senator sought the tho yeas and nays were ordered on the first resolu tion The vote was about to he taken Evarts suggested that if no Senator on the other side desired to speak he would make the closing argument in support of the committees report i Morgan said after hearing the Senator from New York be might feel himself required to say something 5varts then proceeded to sta in detail facts and circumstances of the Montana1 election and to discuss the powero of the Territorial Can vassing Board on which he said there wete no limitations imposed by the statute in words After a long dissertation on the antics and do ings of the county Territorial canvassers iu the course of which be criticised the Governor of tbe State for placing janitor at the door courthouse assembly to admit only persons as were entitled to go ix thus making him Coc tho occasion the judge of wbo were and who wcire not elected as Representatives Evartssaidthe propo sition on the Democratic side was that the Sen ate wns to be a canvassing board higberthan tbe Territorial Canvassing Board while the proposiV tion on the Republican side was that had no such power of revision Grav defended the Governor of Montana from thecriticism made on account of bis instructions o the janitor and asserted that theonly direc tion given the janitor was a letter of he should admit everv ow vho claimed to b a member of tbe House of Representatives After further debate Hoar gave notice that on Monday be should ask the Senate to remain in session until the Montana case was disposed of Jiawley from the select the QuadriCentennial Celebration reported back with amendments the House bilLforaWorlds Pair at Chicago and said be hoped to have it passed Monday After executive session House WASHINGTON April The contested election case ol Waddell vs Wise Third District of Vir ginia was taken up and Lacsy made anargu ment in favor ofthe contestant OFerrall supported the7esolQtioncf the minority declaring the seat con siderable debate and without disposing ol tbe matter the House a recess un til evening At the evening sessiontne no busi ness Knloe gave notice tbatyntil the House allowed private bills to be considered Fridays he would allow no pension to ibo passed Friday nights He made a long speech in favor of the payment of war claims After considerable talk 6a tlsissubjeot and pensions the House adjourned v A San Francisco SAN FRANCISCO April Local the Burlington road today announced a of te6 from here to Chicago for It is expected that the other roads Avill meet it to VIENNA yesterday betweeuparties jmd several were WABASH In smith today did Angeles bad died sisters   

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