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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - April 15, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                The total circulation The Tribune last week wai over PEICE If IVJE CENTS UTAH TUESDAY APRIL 15 isoo If yon want Houses Eooms or Servants patronize the Want Columns of The Tribune TGI THE UA61E CASE Terrys Slayer Released hy the United Stales Supine Court SALT LAKES QUAflTEh OF A MILLION l be punished his security wpiilif I rv iiisulucicnt The plan his wiff in iiiinl r him und assaulting him and drawing m olivusivp physical contest in the f they would slay him shows the Government of Hie i siutiS Is inefficient and that ilie the otllcnr S i vrnmnt and mpro i Hii ttiu Kxfeutive Department t finds or protection to hV of the directing IV that the faithfully and providing i It i i w tmi t lii hi ill The Building Bill to Tie Tteportcd To B Critchlow to on the Invalid Soldiers HTlKAlf t nl H will uubllc The I SALT LAKK Tnuu NP St April The lloiisr Committie on Iublii tomorrow rejiort bill for the Salt La liuilrlinK at a quarter of n million report has been lire in the nnli Jor Mr Kerr claiming tiui rerjuiffd the sailotion of the DrleynUj tom Territory LTnder the slimultiii uf and today it decided toinssent the report to the House tomorrow Gfivruors Thomas urid torlay caled at ilioVVar Department relative to the public park on si portion nf DnuKliiM military reservation to M KOIICO of Secretary Irocxor little was m but another entl will be malo on 1 of flHill this obligation llf iy i all the principal hjrlMtylSaskstlie Court limited loth of the of und i tin1 riihts rlutifrt and obliisn if to vin oui uf and innf rmnil ndatious The Oiirt answers to he fact that of Stales th JovrnitiHnt for the protection of J n f HIM u i ftn1 I1l1 d i JltJirv sen ice and tlntn cites thn case d v an Austrian where the Oovfrrr ivilhout from Coir and obtained his release KrnV uf tinhand uppointin r and providing for their payineiii i Mme valid by the Uiere is no positivrj provision0 i their iiavrnent anci the power sustained by thn nsi t ute suits to set aside Ir fn ud though there is no are recited in support of this dot jou iiiuiiiK the Court says it can nil in power of the President to protection of a United States while in the discharge of his dutiN i rl wirh violence and that JJepiii is the proper onii set in iiioticij ary means of protecrion and proper authority for the steps the protection and defense ot Justtc 6RUESOME TALE OF A A Murdered Dane Shipped to America in a Barrel nistnr of thn First Methodist ritv h worldfamed yinu lectured before the liUori c 1 ocietv at London and at Cooper Insn U New York lust fall The wenlthy poruon n r hi congregation were provoked wo Id not disrrontinue a series of nvwa iniMtings md oi i a sensational evauelis numed Vmnaii u o husHinceben exposed in the paper und drove one poor in iisein is THE SILVER MEN PLEASED SAWTELLES CONFESSION DISCREDITED AKuse to Kscape the Aldermen Indicted Banker Clausen Arraigned Fugitive Jjawyer TIIK Instructions were isuted loday ly Llio CVivnniis Bloner of the General Lund Oillce i Dash nf Potatdlo Samuel f Pritchardjrr Silver City and Walter I1 llarnsey of Eoss Idaho to priwd ufc once to the town of Iocitrdlo apprulsn und pkirvs i upon each lot and parcel of land of thn same mid upon the improve menls found with a rlisposing of thi same IK provided by law Dleinito Dubois 1 sayii the Opinion a pence mid the United States iii each case stands in tho siiino rulawi Hino County does in ri a county ti bo doubled thtit it would have boc duty of a Sheriff had one been present lotW assault on Justice Kield and to prevtRO the murder contemplated by it and If it oww mcessary to kill Terry In case where ike it was evidently a ol choice should be killed tho assailant and violator of nt Jaw or Iho uiiofTuiuliiiK man wMio was IIP can bn no question 01 the authortiy o the Shurlff to have killed The al stands in the place of a Sheriir and ll boinfi I ditv to Kunnl Iho JudRe uul bcuiR Critical ntonienl when nrompl aoticm was it h is cl ii t v H uu ty wlncii lio liud 11A to perform to take the stojw wl atlon of trio act to L 15 Harriett was today appoint1 us Probate forOranf Ifta K 11 The Attorney General today ippoinled T5 H CritchlowofSal Lake to be Anistaut Unitocl States District Attorney for Utah IWHANH AS 10UUBH WASHINGTON April Sfin Chrouidr John HouA U S Iroctors propifdttori to Congress to hiivrformcd u American indians said Viewed in the liRlit ot military eillcietuy no diers lie found anywhero iutlio Indians Their Klill mid courage in campiiLns been ntkstil to timo and nmiin and by no ruoio willing witnesses thftu the clllcers niirl soMiern of the arrny whose business it luis lieen purttie iind tofljlt them Wo have here utider our tiftnds tho nwst rf mnterial ueerliiiK no iustniutions ll in iniircliiuK in look out for iself in all sorts nf weather cverv kind of advantage slcillcJ In tho tinrilloiuid reydver in well iimbiish As a nrtttivr Indian soldier from the pf ciiiiciii ruiiy at JT Intollfimo on Iho of a too oppressiyu r hecoino KDMUNIXS AN tNVA1tr j Seiuuor KdmuiiMS has ho siinift as provuliri iy niw to refuw to perform t ntVH that no improvements will ho consirlerod j rtMiltod In Terrys vhich liavo been made since tho into opcr1 tlieiirisoner of 11 quistioa to bo determined by the courts I i U enemies tried to hav the bishop remove him ami hpnaTtorVfVictidV rallied to his support uml compeHedf he bishop to support him Then began u S rhfl Iteck con fined o his April i i i corpus cuse from The crietiraieri Uio tiniterl Su Cahfurn ft fc MliSs tlnally of ourt for hooting Judge fnrnia and the States court had o to take prisoner ami release him without trial by a jury according to the a Culiforiilu The Courts response to tills contci lion is thinthe express terms of the JIIIH act such a course whore an act do no pursuance of the lawn of the United bftitas such had been shown to be caso eto The act of the prisoner having been com nUR pursuance of a law of llio tJuitod S to ianiol be guilty of a crime under the laws of the Slato of Calllurnia and when it is shown that he is proved innocent of t crime against tho laws of the Stato noroh then for any lurther trial n t o courts aiirl Uio United SLnkw Circu t Couit other tribunal to win ther tluuict was performed in a lftWor thu United Shitos am under a thority it wiis not ur all necessary to orn Court is afllniied tho 11 NRW YORK April Copenhngen cable a few days ago told of the horrible murder 01 1 factorymessenger sometime agr by one Pliip pen asunnmaker who had and sain that he strangled the messenger for the vnone ho was carrying and packed the body in a barrel of which he shipped to a fictitious uaino at liacine Wis It is now learned that the barrel arrived lieu bv Thingvulla JL was shipped and the chargrs by a Mr and consigned to Uefesford Karine A Oo being named as the forwarders The cask wasstint to tlm ap praisers otlice where the hoiul wiis taken oliiiiiui a little of the contents the re semblanco of plaster of paris The cask Uien reheaded and set aside with the duty The ex press coinpauy wrote to and Irarned there wns firm there ma was then sent to Mr Smith1 in Copenhagen but of course no reply whs received When confession was made tne authorities cabled to Danish Consul here n ml the cask was exiiminiid by the customs mliciais The body was founrl in it in n faifstateol vation though thosewho opened the cask wen driven away before more than one hand am SKID oC the face had been uncovered It is not yei known what disposition will be made of it A FlKimVE DOYMSBTOWN April Monroe Shelleubergor a lawyer now a fugitive from justice after haviuc swindled the residents of Uerks county out of was seen in New York Saturday Large rewards arc ottered for his capture STOUT HismiEuiTEU GREAT N April alleged confession of Isnac 15 Sawtelle is uiilvorsiilly crerlited here It is guierally thought that to storv is a fabrication and that itSawtellc is the author he has constructed it to make it appear that the murder was committed in so Unit ho may escape tho gallows MINXHAVOMS IN1MCT1CD MiXMBAiOMS April roRiills of the pramljurvs two weeks investigation of the aldrrmanic boodlo charges was made this morning whon bench warrants wero issued for the arrest of Aldermen John 1 McGowcn at d Fred JJnioshiiKor of the First ward and Uty Clerk Charles Hiuiey on jhnrges ol bribery 01 attempted bribery Tho Aldermen are licensed of soliciting money for the location of a street and the City CJlwrk is alleged huvo offered to a Chicago company to dolivor twentylive aldci manic votes for a paving contract NJsw YOUK April Clnnsen the wrecker of tho Sixth Xational Lenox Hill and Banks this morning answered the grand indictment in thi U ONE MORE ENOCH Strange Revelations Follow the De tention of an Insane Man K CITT April Dis story hich oiildons ISnoch Ardun came light here today Lost lebruAry an insane man with a ticket from Cincinnati to Sail Francisco was re ceived from a train here Today Lawyer Pratt rrived from Cincinnati and identified themnn as A I Fanifiworth who disappeared from Til fifteen vears apo leaving his family and all his property behiml His wife searched every re for him and findingno tract o him be lived tlm he had been murdered She sold all er in Qiiincy and moved to Cincinnati where sheinnrried C D Hoi v and by him fiVirrLl children Miss Pnbble hersister wns v H ng he the time the art icle about the Kan sV C V mnclmnn appeared und concealed the ivnm Holhp ft I savs the K boMSPl froni Mrs Holly if possible the revralmnnt can do her no uncd worthwill be well cared for in an asylum Manitobas Scandal ST PAUL April Globes Winnpeg icor respondcnt says that Johnson the lessee of the Kicolet House bar has Instituted a suit for dam by wrongful dismissal against P OConnor nropretor of the hotel and called as a witness Pre nier Greeuway and a woman the exposure of whose escapade with he alleges to have be n the cause of his dismissal A great sensation has resulted and a complete ventila tion of the scandal is promised Portuguese Republicans Ucfeatcd LISBON April for the fifty elect ive members of tho House of Peers have been held and resulted in the return of the Conserva tiveand Progressist candidates ISota republican vas sleeted AND DfSSKMT Jiislleo Lnninr In bohnlf of himselfami tho Chief Mistictt delivered an elahorato mul ylBur ground on which they dtswint iff that iu the habeas corpus actji wholly inadinlMsiblo construction is placed on the word ns used iu Mint statute and a wholly application is made of the clause in that WHS Is Sumerne Court lor 1 of lbn includinu tho imprb inuler P mi iilkjor f the piinil i ni his United up to the niiuiii nc for Po killing in open iinti thmi pursuing liiifi bowio teat niul aftrr imulo by inst niiiuorous istico Field I is useless ir go ovor tln testimony on this luhUciV nioro jjiirtifMihirly tli iu this sufllci Inttusay that the evident i abundant that B11 i i i j t almridiint that nt his visit to that the ith Terry and his wif iiolc uprin Judge iMelu dur irtila in the suuuiiirnt whm intonded Lould insult in his death Many if these mat wtp published in the and the s ot vtilitVirnia was Illlfri with eunieotures of pnlmllf attack by Terr Kitsld as Ijoon s it known I IHV i attend rlrcui ol tliat T Tho opinion then recites Vitweou Attoniryliininil States in dir to unusual caitlioir for i JMoid ngainst the ii This cirrspondonce resulted in ment a deputy marshal witt UH going to he United g lh latter ot the Trsrrys s appolut lions to instico Kield in court and whilti travtiing between coitus and to protect him from violence are quit utiro ihatif bcmi merely a brothoror a friend of Judge Fiold ravelin with him and of all the previous robtuuis of Terry to tho ftfho was of his bitter lusdo clarodpurposo to Io Jhc point of killing him he would been jistited in what ho diil in clofcnso of d s lifo und possibly of Ids own justiflcfttlon would bo a proper subject for on a oso for mur der fin the courts of the California and there exist no nnthorW in eourls of tho United States to discharger ft prisoner while Iu oustcnly by State authonlles for Lhis ofTonso unless there be found in ricfouse of tho prisoner some clement nnl authority asserted under tho Govurnmont or Uuitea States v Justice Miller then trtkos xjp the proposition advanced bv counsel that Justice Field when attitcked was in tho iminedmtt disohrtrsro of his duty as Jtulge and agio charged with tho duty under thn laws of the Uniuul to jroiwr Field from violoiw The law requiring Justices to go on circuits is quoted Field whortiJittaoked had notufvHy cnUued upon the duties Ipf Ws OITOU U and was In Ofiooisary act of returning from Los Atigefos to San Francisco where IIOAVJIS reiimred by livw to be UIIMI he was Wo have no doubt that Judtioo yudd whou attacked by Terrv lu ilij charge of his duties as iv Justice and entitled to all tho cirourit stances which tho law could givii W he Court does not know of any special in express terms aulWorlXOS ailivrsliuls or Deputy Marshals to uctns abodyguaru loJusUocsi their circuits but ii jts view ol the Con stitution any duty fairly and properly ininrablo from thiitiustruinent or any duty ol the Marshnl to be derived from tho scope or his duties comos within the provision oftthe corpus aot directing the reluusi of poraons who arc in custody for an net douo In the Jaws of tho United n It says tho bo a croftt ro proaoh to the Governinont of Butted dcclavcd to bo within i it sbherosovoroign and eupTQino if thoro is to ho found within tho do main of its powers nomOivns of protecting judges In discharge of tho imUico and hatred of those jiulgmont niay opcrato unfavorably If in tho situa tion of Justice Fielcfs could no other guard hispersonal safety nyje in tho conscientious ibat tbe fact Murdbjeil bis murderer nc violation of tho tfnitwdSfatos It is Indlsponslblo to observe cavelully tho indlvldiiftl men ana the Kami norsons in their otllclal capaoitlos agrw in iisHunilng thesefacts in tho case to bo as shown by tho record that tho personal jpro tectiuii of JudKO Field as a private to the duath of Terry was not only was also the duty Naglo and of nuy otlie bystander And wo maintain that for that right or duly ho is answerable tothe oouris of California und to lliom alone deny that had any duty imposed upon him by illlaws of United Stales stowing out of the ottciftl character of Judge lMeld In bhorfc we think there was nothing whatever u ot an oal character in the transact on and thorohrn we think tho United have our legislation IJOjiiuIs diction wluituvor In the pnmisps Them for the release of Tsagle jj Tn rniuiHslon dissenting opinion was If the HIM n Terrv had resulted in tlio death of lus tloo FirMrl would the murder have been ft crime against the United inrnt o tho United States havis been ooinijottmt in prrpetit condition ol the tutus to proso iu in own Tibuniils HH murderer of Supreme Court Jurtico or even loinqulnJ into heinous offense through its own Ifves tho slaying of Terry by the appellee Intlin noessarv prevention of such au Ihorixedhv tho law of States and ho sliould lmdischargorl and that indopondont of any ollloial character the situation burns iho same in tho of nuy Hut stands tho nmtlor then The killing war not hy authority and the slnyer should bn ramiuulerl to tho couris to bo tried Tho ruction thon recurs Would itluive been the United States Thire can b but mm answer Murder is notan olliMisn against the nulled States when com mitted a i phvrMs whcro tho Natiomil Governnietit has exchisiyn jurisdiction It is well solUodUiat sucli crime must be rlollned by statute ami no siiHi statute 1ms brsen pointed out The United Status tiovWuiueut being thus powirtess to try ami punish a miui charged with murder wo are not prepared to aflirm that it is oin ntpotont to from trial and give immunity from all liability to rmy trial anywhere uuliss an express statute of Con gross is produced commanding such disiMiargo We aro loss nducaul to oonio to this biuauso we can not permit ourselvos to doubt that if tho appellee had been indicted and gone to trial before a jury of his own country God and his country would have given him INPIAS THUKATKNKP 1 Coininissionor of Tndhin AITairs 1msro coivod a tolonram from the Indian Agent asking for troops to suppress a throatined uprising of Indians on the Tongue river reservation in Mon tana rfffHJG BUTT13 ELECTIONS Make a United States circuitCourt Vo pleaded not guilty A WHITE GAP April an and farmer of Carr town lin was taken out by whitn caps night and whipped so that it is though he n The only known reason is Hosea caused the arrest of a local politician las week for an election 3 BATONS CHRISTIAN SOCIALIST An Episcopal Clergyman Applies Christiauily to Social Questions BOSTON April Chronicle series ot Chris Socialist Services inaugurated yester pay afternoon by Rev W D P has foi this purpose resigned tho rectorate of the Grac Protestant Episcopal Church There was a yen large and heterogeneous congregation Georg 1C McNeil and Robert Treat Paino passed tin boxes iHoiUid for And Villiam D JIowolls was amongthe auditors Ulisss sermon was based on Ihe application o Christianity to social questions The problen and battle of the future would not be between so and competition the preacher said J bo simply between paternal or in country autocratic sooitilisin nucl democratic so The Protostanism of today he conoid ored identified with the competitors and ho di iiol think that a solution of the proMem couk ooino from Komo AVatch Cojnpanys LANCASTER April nggre Rating were confessor today by the Key stouo Standard Watch Company PASTIME FOR CORBETT THE HANDLES MCAF WITH Domlnick Outgeneraled at Every With Sullivan at Memplnis Tho Democratic Dollars Clean Sweep Mont April to TKI city election today passed olf quietly There was a grout doal of active work douo jupon both sides and rivalry exhibited ia tho securing of votes but tho influence of tho Dem ocratic boodlo which was spent with prodigal Invishness did its work Fully dis tributed among the and it was nhiced where it would do tho most good Tljoi only ward ot tho city tho Second uniflucticQd by boodle or corporation power gave a publican majority The of the last fall election was found purchasable with gold niul with gold tho Democrats bought it and paid for it Thu Democrats elected ileury G Valitou JMayor and six of tho seven Alder men The Gliddeu Patents Invalid POUTLAND April Dent tho IJnited States Circuit Court today rendered a ducislon In the cases of tho Washburn Company of Worcester and Klwood of DeKalb ugainst Knajipf Bur of PittsbucK dmiyinc tho motions for injunctions and holding the Gliddcn patorits in valid These decisions aflirm the deciiohs of Judge Trout of St Judge Shi asof Iowa Tho Peruvian Election LIMA Peru April Presidcutia general elections held yesterday oif all parts of the Republic Jesuit favor of Colonel Jlornles Uenrtmlcii the oilicial nominee for ProsUlent and to give the present Constitutional Government a istrong1 majority Tho nijght Sort of an HAKTFOBU April Dickinson in tho frcshnmn class at Trinity received his accession to a vt fortiuift of through the of uutunclo NEW YOUK April HONE DispatchSiir FranciscoChronicle things are expected McCalTrey tonight when he goes a gat nst Jim Corbotfc the California won dor at the Fifth Avenue Casino Brooklyn Cor belts easy victory overJake Kilrain in a six round boxing exhibition in New Orleans won foi himthe reputation that he now has very little to sayin speaking of pugilists bn wlnMi nuo makes a criiok against him he is onlv loo ready to Inlu rhe aggressive part Hi contest wHhMcCallrey which takes place to is the resuh of a dispute between then bfid invited Dominiek to so with linn or a sparring tour throughout the country and Mat hncl accepted when Uie learned thai MiOafliey had said thnt he could best hiu lim then refused to hay accompany him on the proposed trip COUWKTT WITH 5 NEW YOUK April James Corbctt of California was given a benefit tonight iu the Fifth Avonuo Casino in Urook Un and in a throeround contest for points HFcCanrcy made game of the mini outgeneraling JloCatrrey on every point This did not altogether please the SfM specta tors who were present for they wanted to see r knockout In the first two rounds the sphrrin wns light but in the third und last round Corbet i received hearty applause ho dcmonstrater liow tnv it was for him to do as ho witl McCiitfrbv Stovo ODoiincll the no hesitation in giving Corbett Hie iJili OBrien the manager of the affair sate ho would bring Cortictt and Sullivan togethe before THE JlEJirHI HACKS MEMPHIS April M good pleasant irom won Joe Carter second Time 51tt Seven won Marie second SIarvj Mile and Tudo second Jacobin Time Mile and won Slou jii a 11 vi vc i T Montgomery second Mcauley won JJoiinic Taw second Oklahoma third Time STARVING THE PBEA pHER The Pitiiut OcBditiou of a Notec Methodist LOCKTOKT Dis Pranbiscb Chronicle J Saborn nonnced pbcke and that his fa three cents for tho past weeks tp subsist on He claime that thexjhurch wiVtrying1 to starve him out a loner Sa that born ho is Oivs longer celebrated t Indian scholar I St The Temperature 14 York New Orleans Louis 46 Cincinnati 01 Chicago 30 GIVE THE ROADA CHANGE IP FOLDINGS ARGUMENT IN 1TAVO1CI OF THE UT Ill Session All Day f the countr weiv stniiilm o nus wowhl a id that RESULTS OF THEIR DELIBERATIONS Each Committee Agrees Upon Meas ures in Advance of the Pending Opposes Redemp tion of Silver Gertiiicatcs i Money SALT LAKE TIIMUTNK BUREAU r17 Street WASHINGTON 0 April Silver continues to ride triumphant toward the Ron of its longdue recognition The Senate Re publican Caucus Committee this Afternoon reached a practical agreement to support the most liberal measure yet proposed in which the monthly purchases of bullion shall reach 000 amf the certificates issued shall be in lawful money of the United States Tho House caucus reached no agreement in definite words but practically decided to stand for unlimited purchases of United silver at the market price free coinage to when the value of the bullion reached Si for 371M grains Filial decision was deferred until a conference tho Senate llemibliean caucus The silver men in both Senate and House pro fess glad surprise nt the strength developed by the advocates of free coinage and express tho greatest confidence over the outcome The two caucuses hope to meet during tho week and to reach a satisfactory agreement The Senate Committee also decided to support the bill al lowing National banks to issue circulation to tho par value ol the bonds withheld and old keen on iheir feet These thi until a rMttidy was ariaiued could only eoine by legislation becaue tiou combined with executive action u wheni now some of days on v he silver but no one knew when and no mirk new was MiUiu i creai addition to he money 01 country but this measure of woiilrt additional mue and money could he dismirsou within sixty days ventured thus pub licly and hrietly call the matter to tionofthe Finance and no uopeu u would report the hill or something like it attci us next The bill was ivlerred to tho Finance Committee V from the House announcing death of Randall and the appointment of a com ivijtteoto attoud his funeral was presented auu A resolution for the appointment of committee was to and Quay YoorlMMs and wvitapponueii As a further mark of rsiCt to hamtall s memory the Senate adjourned House April air of sadness per vnded tinllouso whon the Speakers canon tho bodv order Draped in black and orna rarntedwith a tlnral desin tho seat kinjr occupied by recalled to me members ihe fact ihat their old colloasuo had passed away forever The crayon portrait of the speaker in the lobby was also tastefully draped with em blems of mourning In his prayer the chaplain mado a touching al lusion to the dead Coiirossniaii and when he had concluded ONoil delivered a bnot euhtgy and then otrered a resolution of regret at Kau dalls death and provided for a commutes of mue inuinlHTs of the House to attend the luncnu me llouso then adjournrd AN END TO ARMORED SHIPS An American fiim That Will Perforati Any Armor ACKET OF vSTEEL SE6MENTS AND WIRE INDEFINITELY POSTPONED The Extensions Must Bo Should I5o Holonsed Government Control CHICAGO April full tost of tho ofGovornmonl Director Spaulding of the Onion Taciflc of which mention was made in yester days dispatches was printed today Referring to the Pacific Northwest Spaulding tells of wonderful growth of Portland Seattle Spofcaivs Tacoma and other points la Oregon and Wash iugton It is certainly in the interest of he says that it should be free to push Us in this The extensive business llnit from the J upiit Soiind basin now will bo quadrupled within a a7n SpiuildiUKs estimation it is imperatively de manded of the Union Padlic thiit its at has atlorrled t he Pueet Sound oilloB till tho fnoiljtios they re ciulre Tacoma and Port Townsend will welcome the Union Pacific and it and franchises which now valuable nit winch a few years hence will be simply Having made these connections it will be tho greatest railway system nvtlio world In speaking of tho matter of a settlement of the debt to says Ihe Uiuon Pacillc as an entirely solvent debtor whose business is constantly increasing ana whose assets arc more to meetany obligation it has incurred asks that its obliga tions be adjusted in a businesslike way itan opportunity of out without lie bases his opposition to the extreme views of some who cry Tor a peixnro ol the road on the ground that the the public will not be subserved by the threats they The inability of thn Northern Pacific umeet its obligations precipitated thu panicol Let not Jonpross follow out of policy wincn will make it impossible for the Union Pacific to remain and which may huan cisil world in Jtffl7 The question ought to be settled by Congress at onoo The company shouHl bo placed in the position of a elector solely ana be permitted to nmuajie its own affairs without let orhindrancoirom the Govern National interference in its maiingemon has only resulted in embarrassing it heretofore it is bound to result so Spa cling speaks in highterms of praise or tne present management of tho Union PaciJic A HEBKBW SENSATION Tin COMMITTEE April The members of the House Caucus Silver Com mittee had a two hours session this morning There was a general disposition to reach some kind of fin agreement and a spirit of concession the entire proceedings As a re sult when a recess was taken the wurrj that tho members had at hist lound i com mon gruund and that they will be ready very shortly to agree upon a formal proposition acceptable to Hiemselves at least although further modifications may have to be made to meet the views of the The basis of agreement bill be thu Window bill as it emerged from the House Committee on Coinage with the addition of a few provisions intended to meet the views of the silver men It will probably provide for tho unlimited purchnsc of bullion produced in tho United Stales at a market price not to exceed a dollar k grains and when ihat pvico is reached there shall be free coinage The treasury notes issued in pavmenl for the silver will be redeemable in bu lion or coin At present this proposition1 not been formally adopted and the committee will have another meeting this afternoon SENATE C051MLTTHE MEETS A meeting of the Republican Senatorial Silver Committee was held this morning and a noon taken The discussion was at times anl but a spirit of compromise was shown Die members were pledged to secrecy as to the detniis of Hie meeting but the opinion is ON Messid that a definite conclusion will be reached loomScalcrs Fail to Produce Their Earthquake SAN FRANCISCO April According to the prophecy of Mrs Wood worth George Krickson and several other rovivalists who created con siderable excitement in Oakland some time age this was tho day on which San Francisco and Oakland were to be destroyed bv earthquake and a tidal wave and the cities of Chicago and Mi waukeo wore to suiVor tho same cal amity There boon no iiHUoations of anv convulsions of nature but as they have been termed Ivld to their faith up to the last inomonl boviral liundred who became in the prediction have been Oakland for high ground during tho past week or two and today they were on the hills near Santa Kosa St Helena and Vacavillo holding religious ser vices and the news of THE LABOR SITUATION THE CHICAGO BOSTON NKW YORK STKIKES AND The Now York Labor UnJon Wins a Victory CliictK JudgeStrengthens tlto Car penters Ctxse A Prominent Israelite Converts and Marries a Methodist Girl BALTIMORE April Francisco Chronicle announcement that Emanuel Strauss one of the wealthiest young men of the citv and one of the strictest of orthodox Israelites had married Chris tian saleswomanin one of his fathers retnil stores has caused the biggest kind of a sensation Miss Tillie Williams is a very pretty blonde tall and very stylish and up to the timo of her mar riage wan a strict For five years s he in the employ of Strauss a I was considered one ot their best n When they became engaged Strauss plnced Miss AVilMrtms in tho earn of ft HUntw and for six months she c tion in the third formal application as per thelcuots ol u c rcliKion she was admitted into the liavins conformed to all cs the nuirriiiKu took place in accordance itii t it Jewish law The fad wns not injide t l yesterday when thepair started on tbou J ou ding lour after vaiuly seeking forgiveness fiom Stravisss pern An Indignant Audience PANAMA April serious disturbance occurred at the Santa Lucia Theater Santiago doChili Sunday evening The management without previous intimation changed lhc play andcurtailed the performance rby J acts The audience tore thed piano vras smasneo1 uui c furniture wrecked The mausigei beat a timely else they would roughly hanrlled The iJinseed Oil Company CHICuo April National Linseed Oil Trust as a trust has ceased to exist and in lU place now stands the National Llnseed Oil Com pany chartered under the owners of fortynine linseed oil m iMojg tors having capacities froift V and a line of tauk cars are ta 1 stock is The IWAO bccri elected with Mr Euston of Mis president The International WASHINGTON vpril liThe PanAmcrjcan 1 Conference today adopted on Banking iind the supplementary report of Committee on Ciistoms of bureau of iufqrmatiouaud stat customs Millions Ibithe Northwest that the House und Sennto rjonimittees should meet in joint session to this was found impracticable owing eivagenvjiHS and lloiisecauciis which was to beheld tonigbhus 3cen postponed indefinitely as a consequence TIIK AVTEKNOON COKKKKENCltS The afternoon session of the House com nittpe lasted over two hours Secretary indpm was preseiitapart of tno time but contented linscirwitUa reiieration of his views on tho suhioct He would not abate his opposition to the wlin to make the treasury notes issued in the silver rcdeemablo in inything else silvor bullion but having caretul y dis cussed this matter the committee decided to in noriWate in the bill a provision allowing their redoniPtion in bullion orcoin at the option of Lhp nunbaser So the committee finally reached Dni above outlined and will meet the Senate committee tomorrow morning in u joint committee this afternoon reached a conclusion Three propositions were agreed to the Secretary of the Treasury should buy ounces of silver bulliou Sonthlv issue notes in payment for the same tiic notes to bo redeemable in bullion or April consequence of tho refusal of the dock companies at Birkenhcad to accept the terms of the Dock Laborers Union in regard to tho hours of labor 5000 men struck today snprouT FOK TIIK BOSTON BOSTON April reported at a meeting of the Carpenters District Council night that every trade organ in the State had promised fimmcial support to the carpenters in their eight arid ninehour demands A VICTORY NKW YORK April RWhat threatened to no a Ions and bitter con test between capital and labor by a fltriko of the trades generally has been averted Todav the men of all trades went to work at the usuallionr The diirerences between Ihe Central Labor Onionand tho llocla were adjuster yesterdisyroul the an no uii ce ment sent forth that the men culled out on Friday and Saturday should resume work Ihe uonunion men employed have been discharged TKWI8U STTtTKU April Tewish tailors and pressers and the mechanics at Manchester nave struck for shorter hours and higher wages TUB CHICAGO STIUK1S CnicAGO April to prograrome the master carpenters belonging to tho Builders Association made ui attempt to start wort to tlnish their contracts with nonnniou men The movement was not general as but few non union men were on hand It is declared that tho t National banks should be allowed to the lull par value of the bonds dcros to secure their redemption which would add 10 per cent to the volume of ISational the hundred millions retained in the Treasury for five redemption of Treasury notes shouldbe put into circulation The committee will meet the House committee tomorrow DEMANDED HO 1111 e men at work jvgciieral strike of bricklayers and masons will be ordered of County Court rendered a decision of importance to the incarpenters Ho ordered the assignee of tho which had thu contract for tho woodwork o tho big building to go ahead with tho work concede all demands mode bj the He also informed a deputa tion of strikersthat he would take no action uf feeling their interests without first consultin SENATOK PIAMB REVIEWS SITUATION THE A Sliarp Arraignment of the Treasury De partments PolicyHe Presents a Bill for ImmediateKelief CHICAGO April spe WASffiUGTOS April the Senate Plumb introduced a bill for disposition of certain funds in the treasury and asked that it bo read as he Desired to call attention of the Finance Com mittee to it It provides that money required to be deposited for the redemption of the Na tional bank circulation he carried into the tops ury and treated as funds available for reduction of the public debt and for the current expenses of the Government that all funds held for the vmment of matured debt and interest due and nmk treated and o funds available above the sum of ten millions b ret lined in the treasury This is nor to be Considered however as mtrmanently diminish in the fund oC now hdd for the redemption of treasury notes Plumb said there was less than imnmOOO of circulation for the use of of the United Stales probably not mom than ten dollars per capita The sys cm of ftiinnce that had been built up and mam tamed act brought about that result It had its merits and One 01 the greatest de fects was the compulsory holding in the treas ury of a very iargersum of money on the theory 1 rit it was needed and on the further theory that e Secretary of the Treasury was to be the ar of the financial questions of the people It been stated in the public prints that 111 pnr Snce df his policy of controlling tho finances 0 t e country the Secretary of the Treasury had the currencyof the country during bVbruary over ten millions He Plumb be lioyefrthe retention in thetreasury an gumption on the part of the Secretary to do have been at one time proper but v ich now constitutds a menace business of the Country and wight to be prohibited by sitting near iiirn had asked him for romiiwlpurpose the were held AQ would tellhim A anillions were held in assumed obedience to the provide for the redemption of die lenal lender treasury notes Sixty odd millions were heldfor thet rwlemptioii buik notes of putoi or that were portion of their circulation BetweeiiQve and wen held for the of tho 1 national banks and werav foand to fT A NATIOXAX SA1LOTIH NEW April representing the various of longshoremen aiml sailors in this city Brooklyn Jersey City Phi a delnhia Baltimore Boston and Chicngo met dav for the purpose of forming a national organ i71 tion Kpsolutions advocating the aniliaupi o nil seafaring men at the Pacific Atlantic Gulf and Lake vovts with amalgamated undproue head in order that a uniform rate of wacs equal conditions be established throughout the United States were adopted and pledging the union to buy only goods of union labor manufacturers where obtainable Expected to Pierce Thirtj of Armor SntisUucton Tests Revolution in Naval Hol Jars and sixty dollars merciul The in Mbntivna T vJJir City Com csTtrTdgcsaiid twehtyvfeetof lusewasioiind the State Beformaiory near St Cloud and it is thought thatiome up treasury an weraoan About held for the coupons it evidently pro Vented aud ATOre these two also needed paper RANDALI EULOGIZED Governor Curtins Touching Address Honorary Pall Bearers April Inrgely attended meeting of the friends of Samuel 7 Ran was held Hotel to take ap propriate action his death The venerable exGovernor Cur tin of Pennsylvania was selected as chairman Governor Curim a lifelong frioiia of Randall mode a roost fwhne address incall incthe nsfcmblaKc to order and spoke of t censed in terms of A com mittee was appointed and reported set tine forth theNations loss in tin if Speeches were made waruv in tic c feeling and eulogistic of Kaiidall s iimh clvirxcterloltv ambition honest ad exalled manhood and firm and devotion to conviction The w r bv ronercssincji McCreary ofKentucky UlotnM ol GeoSrRogers of Kansas Interstate v YORK April xvn Francisco Chronicf ntii made of a new gun which promises to mako n entire revolution in naval matters Tho gun s known as the Uroxvn segmontal lube wiro gun the invention of John 11 Krown of this city It is made cm an entirely new principle and s constructed with a view to gaining highest Hissible velocity by being able to withstand more double the ordinary charge of powder The construction of the gun is peculiar The core is f bored stool and diilcrs in nowise from that of my other cannon before the jackets aro on around this core is a made of hiu pieces of stool of the highest temper much eyorid any ever before used in guninaksnK These pieces of steel are in the shape of thin seg ments of a circle and being placed on the thin one against another around ihe core mako i circle or jacket of solid fmotemporod steel my number of inches in thickness desired Tho jiurposo of this is obtain the highest chiss of netal which it is impossible to do when tho jacket as is usually the case is shrunk on Around this thick circle of seguuMits is wound by machinery a great quantity of swe 1 wire hold ins the segments securely hi phice ami forming i which is of greai arsisljince to tho un in resisting the inwanl pressure On tho Mitside is a simple coat of to pre vent harm coming ihe wire from being cut by machine gun lire The gun tested last week was the first made on this iu Us performance was wonderful It was of oneinch caliber fortyfour inches long and ibout live inches in diameter at the breech The protectile used was i hard steel couical headrd holt three iuohes Ion weighing and threefourths ounces The charge of powder was live and threefourths ounces of quick rillo powder U was calculated that the pressure hi Ihe chamber on firing was as high as twentyfour to twentylive tons per square inch The targets wore composed of tinbest American wrought iron in plates one inch thick Three of theia were placed close against each other or wors bolted together The shot went clear through the They were perforated nearly as elrinlv s if the nole had been made by a power punch About half an inch of the rear of tho was broken off but the other part was wholly uninjured The velocity given shot was something over twentylive hundred fact per secord AS ordinary highpowered guns arc re garded as highly eilicient when pierco iron to the extent of one cnliber and a half the guns performance was Just double the usual standard A retired navs olhcer in conversation with your correspondent last evening nrmdr the state ment that ho saw no reason why suns of at least five or six times this caliber could not be made if this were done the projectiles would easily pierce the heaviest armor that a ship could wear and would practically useless to armor vessels point which ordnance men have been heretofore unable to get over was to find v cun that would stand a disehanie of sufficient power to give groat velocity This has been tho trouble with the big English guns which practically usclfiss But all these objections aro met bv tho Urowu gun and it promises to croaio arevolution in the building and character of war ships for tho perforating power pro portionately with the bore This gun could send noloctiles through thirty inches of armor with outtho slightest trouble if made large enough Tho un of course has one advantage over the dynamite gu u J t can carry five times us tar SCIENTISTS IN MEXICO Yucatan and the Volcano of Orizaba Exploded CITY or MEXICO April Francisco Chronicle members of tho Academy of Natural Sciences of Phila delphia arrived here yesterday The result of their researches on Yucatan was thai contrary to the general supposition the peninsula is not a coral reef as is maintained by many geologisto nor has it that antiquity which is assumed by others Overall the rcgio7i traversed by the ci pedition to thebase of the mountains it presents i he most recent geological formation and is in ficl about thenewest addition to tne American continent All the fossils contained in the plateau rocks are identical with tne forms still living on the Yucatan coast visiting the ruins the expedition ex plored of nnd Lontuin both of which exhibit the most extraordinary staHctiticand stalagmitic structures surpassing those of the Luray and Mammoth caves bomo littledndnUK north coast of he peninsula with the result oJ determining thnt o coral re is building close off the shore The ascent of the Peak was mado from the side of San Andres on the Gth vpd Sth of April with the assistance of tcn S ides carriers The elevation as deter mined bv Iwromnio measurement not yet fully y sed Indicated about feet Tins is from below the crest of the volcano Ko jnconvcnJcnce beyond and difficiilt respiration was experienced m the The haronwiic mcasuremen s were mKle at iiiiervnlsotappmxJmaasly thrcehmidreu feet and checked During the descent severil photographic views were from the crater A number of observations roVrdinc thri vegetable distribution and life of the volcanowere during the ascent The members are now making a preliminary ex amination around this and are prftpariiiKto investigate the region of Popocatepetl ward they will go to Lake of callers atthe residence to express sympathy berfsived family A large number of of condolence were received from wcll knoVvn persons The remains will be taken from Sc house lit 8 oclock Thursday morning to the church where they can bevicwud until when the services will ftojriii At Lsurcl Hill ccmetcrv the casket will be opened md an op porTS given the friends of mo dead man to are George W Drexel Colonel Alex K McClure xGovernor Aridrcw G Charles A Dana Senator Gorman exCongressman Sowdin Repre sentative Blount Senator Barbour and Dallas Sanders How Hiltxn Captured Stewart Nilw YORK April Francisco Ckronide World tiiis mcirjoing begins a serial of bow Tudge Hilton obtained his iuflnenee over Stewart which finallyenabled him to get the better portion of the estate into his own bands The theory of the swrvis that founded on a crime involving the honor of a woman s charac terjind and vast busincsscol the great drygoods merchant ST April Piriiter Presss nipeg special says If is said that the Grand t ihave joined hands ovbuild x trnnpconticental from VjniiiouverNarrows ana THK CASUALTY RECORD Fires Floods niid of tJto Jay OMAHA April lire ibis morning destroyed clothing store or Browning King A and stoclcof N dry and 1 Benson millinery THE HEAD SAGIXAW April w the steamer Handy Boy yesterday seems to have been the result of gross The man at the wheel was inexperienced nsid carried thft bout jlong so rapidly that heid and at a critical moment the wheel in the wrong direction then i ried toSiignol to the engineer to stop instead signaliwl Go full speed lue bof t struck the bridge upper swept into the lany were rescued by a small craft out from the some were fho number is DS lieved to bepevcn but as 110 botiics have beenre covered it is impossible to Twelve or ft f tncn persons were sii ghtly i aj Tho wheelman rimmau ind but Captain his wayashore immediately after not prehcnded HAITC IX PORT CntcAGOi April naunht which Avas in stprra came into port at There ifi along bv A cowat proaohed the Thebo it wassubluer and pioved under water   

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