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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - April 18, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                The otal circulation of Ths Tribune last week over PKICE FIVE A VOL If yon want Houses Rooms or Servants patronize the Wont Columns of The Tribune PARSONSS CASE EXPLAINED The Game Was Not Considered Worth Bringing Down We BUILDING BILL REPORTED Secretary Proctor Favors tho Fort DonKlHH Utuli CommiH Hion to in Flight oi a Notes LAKK TKnurNK 7 April 17 IWiO Tho nf Mirsliiil K H Inr which wis announcvd last night IKU hodfi ircvloimly Jnfilculid In thcso A largo niiinlicr of pro tots ngalnst his for poMlMmi had fild with thfi and hud Iwn Hiipplo rnontiit liy opposlMon hfid thai ffiilnd In tnolr U Hnrl sufllolont ciinsf for ovoi winh and after a long delay muln n favorahlf which was vcitnfl upon hy ficiiato Tho Dnpartrnflnl Justice nuiflo Mr larsonsH caw n ruiittor arid all the inlluiMico of tlio AdinlstraMiin so fatas It ooulcl lio ivxfrHKod was nsofl to forward Tho Souato and thn Sftniito wore accord irigly in a where to liitvn rojootod Mr Iar would havo hfrtiii tho Ail ininlstratlon and limy lid not fool tho game wan worth tho In the ase thn only Instancn In which a PrrHldisnllfil nomlnaUon has hoon by tlui of I ho prosont Con RIOKH tim mado liy Mf llalstrad upon wore rosonted by that body out of rtispiwr for Its own and tholr of thenornlnntlon was by Mm froskldnt Thorn was a fooling however Unit In the Ms rojoctlori would boon a slap In tho facoof thoAdinlnlstrallon which tho Semite did not fool llkn giving Marshal Is fooling very Jubilant over oanspairi whloh ho hy tak ing tho scalp of McKay and has by securing his own cnflorsotwrnt In spJto of protests from thn more pronilnont oltl ritah Hint ho is hy oharactor and nintitted for fcho and thrt harmony and olTeutlvo action In tho administration of Urn lavs wli fjo flinioult if not Irnpnfwlbln flnrlng his tnnnrfi of ollkio TflK IltrjL As a result of tho work dono hy fievoral visitors and friends of Salt tho public building bill was yfwtorday re ported Iu tho IToiiHO arid hurt boon plnood sipon tho calendar A synopsis of thn report statistical Information of tho Increase of huslnotw In tho Kodoral olTlrra of Salt Laco has alroady boon forwarded A VAUN Tho New Nork this morning one i if whoso oorrortpondonts Is In tho employ of ono Of lho Clniroh organs of Halt Lake publishes a long dlspaUih upon the probablo pusnago oC the Tost Oath bill which was Introduood In Mo Sonato by Ponator and In tho riotisn by Tho concsjKnulont might 1m oxpoiMtul both tho moaning and Mm lutout of and In forms tho KasUun Domoonioy that tlmaltn of tho MU to sootiro ItopuMloati domi nation and JloxttO as wolt as In Utah as juotimlmiry to tho ivportlnw of bills for tholr iwl mission Tho oorruspoudiut says thoro Is now ho foro tho CommlttoPs of tho IIouso aud Sonata a bill to disfranchise tho Mormons of Utah by applying to thorn a niorostrlngOMt tost oath than tho one ro oontly oonstltnllonal by tho United Statos Supromo Court It Is now proposed to oxtond tho provisions of tho bill so as to disfranchise tho IMormons of all tho Torrltorlos Uiclucllng Now Mexico Arizona and Oklahoma TUN is dorm on tho ploa that tho Mormons colon ono of tho now States anrt thus fioou re an ascendancy from which they could bo dislodged Tho roal underlying purpose tho Mormon correspondent declares Is that tho Mormons of Now Mexico and arc Democrats and If tholr can bo o Toe ted it Is not Invnrobahlo that Mmso posed States bo shifted Into the Ivipub lloau column At all ovonts it Is said It Is tho only plan by which the Kopubllcaus may secure their control ami that limy will carry It Into oilcct thoro Is no doubt inas mtich ns both wmmltteos have practically agreed to report tho bill favorably It Is enough answer to this to state that the bill is spoclfioally restricted In Its afipll tho Territory of Utah and liy no distortion can It bo mafic to apply to any Other community KOKT PAKK Governor Thomas and exGovernor West called upon the Secretary of War today and held nlorig and satisfactory Interview wlth him relative to the proposed plan for park ing Fort PottRias reservation Pecrotaiy Proctor evlnjecl very much In proposition and suggested a plivn by which the matter can properly ho brought before tho Department for notion He intimated that under such circumstances ho would bo inclined to consider It favorably tTTAll COMMISSION MKKTINO Governor Alvln Sauiidors and Colonol G g Godfrey of the Utah Commission aro n the olty and oxpeot in a fuw days Gov ernor Robertson A of the Com mission Is be hoicl hero upon tho arrival of Governor Robertson at which matters of importance will bo discussed AN IHHIOATlOff AriMlOlHIATION The SeoroUiry of the Treasury has trans mitted to Congress a recommendation from Major Powell Chief of tho Geological Sur vey for an appropriation of for making surveys for Irrigation purposes in Montana Utah tho Dakotas and other arid States and Territories Tie also rocommenda 1 an appropriation of for engraving maps showing tho subhumid region THE JRIVXR AND KAIUIOK 1 17 TIouso Oomrnittco on TUvors and Harbors toflay Its appropri ation The total appropriation Is a llt tho I torus of tho bill aro tho fol lowing ItAHHOHS Oakland Wilmington San Luis Oblspo Su Dltgo Yaqulnn Bay NolHiIoin Hay iUVKtlS HIIssKslppl from lnnrl of the passes to tho mouth of tlio Ohio river sur vey from ihc head of tho passes to tho wators from tho mouth of tho Ohio to tho of Um Illinois from the mouth of Uio Illinois to Dos Molnos Kuplfls Tin amounts Include several appropria for hirborwork at flllldront points Tlic IllliKJls river and tho Illinois iiiitl Mississippi ship canal to con nod rlvurs near Ilcnnopln MNsourl fivrr Its month to Kort Ron ton ot which may bo expended above Sioux City 11 torn i a Siicramunto and Feather Nnpa rlvor S Joiuiulii rlvwr Oregon Canal at Upper Columbia rlvor inoluding Snuko rlvor Ongcn niifl Wurihlnjton Colurnbl river 81 Jjowor Willauiotto and in front and bolow Port land WHlamotU rlvor abo IorManfl Jofjiiillo rhor rlvor to oommonco construction of fir000 Wuslilnglon Noot Kiicli Siioliomlsh and Snoqualrnlc rivers TAfUIK IKTnLONS Senator Ciillom toilay prosnntod a po titfon Hlsncrl by many oC Ohio Illinois Iowa Wlsconiln Minnesota Mlehl pin Colorado Missouri Kansas Arkansas aiifl South Dakota and Washington praying that minnr lumhoi1 salt blndtns Hvlrio jiiicl Into itsuoinpo sltkm bo adniittod froo of fluty and that a on Iof at loast 50 per cunt bo rnaflo on woolon anfl Hnon fabrics Senator Plumb presented a resolution of lho Nowton Hoard of protest ing against tho Imposition of uny duty on conlfilnlnp load Imiiortod from Mexico and favoring the roolprocal treatywlMi that country NflMfNATtONS Tho Prosklontsont to tho Sonaio the fol lowing nominations for postmastois Taylor Santa aula I1 Montosana William H Mossman JTenry M TiiKraham Contralla GCOIRO B Pfioring finohoiiilsh lilchard liutlor Jaiarnlo THR riNntNOH Seorotaty Wlridom has approved thofind ing of commission In Uio casoof Captain llonly of tho revenuo stoiimnr CLEVELANDS OPINION OF DANA GUOVJ1K CALIS THIS JSDITOFt AN OJLD AND A Something of n DlHturbnnco In the Domo ornUo on Account of tlus liat Which Is Not True NBWYORK Dispatch Sun Kranolsro Chronicle Sun yostntflay puMlshod afiOnsatlonal article to tho that oxPiosldont Clovolantl was tmrtorgolng Mio special troatmont invented ly Dr Sdhwonlrigor of Oormany for rocltio Ing Itish A roporlor oullod ac Olovclunds olllco yotitertlay afternoon Tlvii oxProsl flrtnts appnaranco cortaluly did not hear out fitaUmiont that ho Ismpldly Incrons liii In If anything ho wolghs less thiin wbtni loft tho Whltn IIouso and his faco has a voiy color f havo saUl Cleveland soon tho artklo ynu rofor to Of oourso tho thing is 11 lio wit lUHit thn loast pretext of I juclgii from what you sny that tho vonorablci cell tor of tho supposes thai ho has at laHt hit upon a siibjoot which can ho used to annoy mo In this io Is mistaken Ho must ho his ownjuclgo of sotilal and proprlohlos 1 am not suro that Iu should tit his timo of Hfo and in his apparently pooullar montiil con dition bo molostetl In Ms amusoiuont A tiuui who Invades tho of a family and InclulgoH in ooarso and wan Lou attacks on private cltlxons i no bettor than ft hlgh wayinini Ho plucos himself on tho lovol C a bliiekcuard intd his vulgarities can hnvo no weight with decent KoyardliiK tho frornOnt poisonal attacks upon lilnisoir In tho columns of tho Stin said that while lio never saw thorn ovory tiiuo thoy appoarod a cranks moro or loss would write to him about It rooolvo thoso orauks lot HiUrt Clovoland I know that tho soiitlo old liar and thioC luis boon nt It again That Is tho only way I keep track of his mental ravings Ills object I sup pose Is to annoy mo and my 1 Thoro Is only ono Cleveland re sumed and a tender expression lir up his face that 1 oaro nuyMxIug nbout In thoso attacks Tlioy aro not conllnod to mysolf It suoma that tho sun lio Dana doos not confine htmsolt to a warfare on mou but womou aro not froo from his dastardly assaults Jlrs Olovolaud has not escaped It is bad oiiough forDana to print his lying state ments regarding myself but it is Infinitely moro cowardly uurl dastardly for him to In oludo as ho has dono my wife in his at tacks Nothing could bo moro oontompt ABBOTT TO JIESIGX Tbo Theology of Beechers Succes sor is Not Acceptable NEW YOBK April Dispatch Francisco Chronicle rumor to tho that Dr Lyman Abbott wns about to resign Lho pastorate of Honry Ward nocohors old ohuroh In Brooklyn was current in tho Dr Abbott Is now In Manchester accompanied by his wlfo Ho loitt Brooklyn oa Monday lat and is not until Satur day so no positive or denial of the innwr that ho wns about to resign could bo obtained last nlrfit It wus said In connection with tho rumor that nu Important mooting was hold last wiok at the rosldoncoof Tilnoy At tlu mooting Dr Storrs tho ominont Brook lyn divine was present aud afterwards loft for a Westorn trip In company with ono of the trustocs of the ohuroh It was said that they Intended visiting Dr Burroll now of Mlnnoapulls rolatlvo to his accopt anoo of the pastorate of Plymouth ohuroh Thoso facts woro obtained so lato Inst night that an aflUmation or doiiial of tho story could not bo obtained Mr llnlllday whois not now connected with tlio excused himself and would only tnlk through thoagonoy wlfo but it was known that he was prosont at tho mooting tlio trustvco It was learnod frOm a number ot regular attendants at Ilymoxith Ohuroh that Abbott luul boon dissatisfied at expres sions and cntlolsms on his address of no coptaneo when assuuiod charge aud that ho Mien said that ho would not remain whoro his theology and his oreod were sub jects of controversy Deatli of a Areteran Jockey April bettor known us Billy McLaughlln thoveteran jookey died Hospital today of a SHOT TO DEATH AT LANDER A Pretty HalfBreed Maiden Respon sible for a Tragedy A MINISTER FALLS FROM GRACE Bigamy Committed Ijy a Methodist Developments in an Iowa Feud A Yonnjj Woman Rescued from Ituliun Fiends CHEYENNE April to J A Suhuolko shot Drug gist Sullivan to tho drug storo of tholattor at Lander Kremont comity this evening Tho slayer is in jail Stories of tlio quarrel differ One Is that tho daughter of a wealthy cattle man and his Arapohoo wlfo was tho catiso of tho tragedy This halfbrood maiden is protty being tho bollo of that section and a terrible flirtOncu sho on coiiraged tho attontions of a pretty Indian and a war of short duration but bloody results followed when she cast oiltho rodsklnnod wooer Sohuolko and Sullivan aro both now corners and both Thoro Is use for doctors and a small sale for drugs in Lander country and tho physicians and pharmacists havo plenty of spare time there A PASTOR WITH T ouk April Dispatch Francisco Chronicle John AVoocl who n few years since was a boy at Nowburg N has risen to be a minister of tho gospol wlthotili tlio formality of grad uating from aschool of theology Ho is also noted for his powersas a Methodist ox hortor Incidentally ho has been a captain In thn Salvation ArmyHis indlswotion is marrying a second wife without tlio formal ity of a dlvorco from the lirst tho dauglitor of a joUred New Jersey loci to his Incarceration In jail at Oloiin N Y His lirst or lawful vvifo yostcrflay began a suit foe dlvoroc Wood Is only twentysix years old and is hjuidsomo In Docotnber 18S8 ho married datiglifcorot wealthy oxJtulgo Ullo at rhllllpuburg representingthat ho was a gracluato of Columbia College and of tino Wood preach it Michael after his marriage Last lie ro ciolvod a ciill to a much more lucrative pastorate inPort Pa transferred totho gcuoral conference and wont to Port Alloffhatiy to gioaoh Ho did not take liIs wlfo iilonii loft her with her parents at The parsonage he told not Jit to tako so dainty a lady Into hut as soon as It wasproperlyrepaired ho would come toThlllipslnirgiorhor Two days laterWood arrivedat Buffalo whom ho was Ida Boll Mann 2H years hid Wood now wife wont to Port Alleghany aufl took up their residence livthcMothodlsb parsonage Ho went to the Ulio mansion atPhllllpsburg five days his second Tho re pairs wore notyob linlshedon tho parson age ho told his wife By trips to PiilUlpsbuig and tho most plausible of ex cuses about tho parsonage at Port Allo ghany ho allayedany fears his wllo may havohacl and carried n lila dual life In ap parent socurlty but it was not to last Tho mlnlstnr wasbolrayod by a friend who ac cidentally discovered his secret Wood bad made all preparations to go fo Germany whoroho luwan To con ciliate his real wife Invtold her that ho had boon forood Into a marriage with Miss Mann whoso health has boon too dollcato to at tend his trial and was on tho point of tele graphing her to moot him fonJUghtto Ger 7iiariy when ho was arrested To Miss Maun he said his wife was an adventuress Ho is now in Jail ITALIAN NiW YOiTK April Dispatch Francisco Chmniult Sullivan n young woman who lives In West Twontyslxth rotuvnliiK from a visit to today when she was by a gang of Italian laborers at Woohauketi and dnijrgerl into a shanty Her soroams brought some dock laborers burst Into tho shanty but could not find tho Rlrl The Jitallans said she had left but after a search sho was found bound and gagged lying in a u6ugh Tho Italians then attacked the rescuers with knives and a hard ensued Two policemen wore attracted by tho noise and 1otnofl iu tho at tack on tho Italians They were obliged to fireseveral shots Italians who groatly outnumbered the rescuers wero driven away One ttiillnn was wounded but was carried off by his fdends HISTORY OF AN IOWA ITEUO April IV Chronicle Tho first tangible disclosure against Marx and Klco now m Jailat Eldpra for tho inurdor of Honry Johns was dovolopod to day Dotootivo Burko who arrested tho pair Ur California in an interview today told n thrilling narrative ofthe alleged conspiracy and crime which if proven will causo a oomploto reversal ot tho sontimont against tho Italnsbargors andmakoib hot for tholr enemies Burko declares that the Ealnsburgor troubles had tholr origin in a foud which sprung upmany years ago bo twoon Honry Johns and A A Noyos then and now a banker and a largo stookdealcr at Steamboat Rook Tho broach widened and became bitter and rolentlcss Tho Johns Ktiinsbargor families wore ar rayod on ouosldoand Noyos and many of his influential friends on tho other After tho murder of Enoch Johnson for which Nato and Prank Kairisbargou aro now serving life sentences it was learned that Honry Johns thoir brothortnlaw who had largo moans and unimpoachablo character could givo ovidonco trial that would tond toward their Therefore it is al leged Noycs and other ringleaders ot tho vigilance committee numbering hundreds resolved to forovor silonco Johns and hired Marx and Elco to do tho job which they did nnd at once loft for has shadowed them a long timo and has ac cumulated lots of evidence aud many othor Hardin county citizens that ho says is in disputable Warrants avo out for fcho arrost of Noyos and adozenothcr prominent clti xens for tho murder of and tho ox cltoment is becoming intense Tho trial bo glns April 20th AttOTHEtt rKEACIIER GOES TTRONO April Z C Moycr a prominent clcr gynmn of tho United Brethren committed forsorylor small amountson sovecal banks aad disappeared Warrants are out for his TIU CHICAGO HELD Coroners jury today Mnmio Starr the poisoner of tho Kewlandfamily repeated her story and assorted that she did not intend to kill tho family The jury returned a holding her await the action Grand Jury Tho vordlot to tlio prisoner who Ctir Craves a toaChiefof SpeersttQdayithat oriJuly 1 saw William Wrightfliftnn lot murder in IfiSfi James Sherman WHS arrested at Sprlng field a day or two ago Chief Speers regards this vis convincing evidence that wtis not disap peared In hopes that tho insurance company would pay over to his heirs in poli Joke on Hook Ishind Agent KANSAS Crrir April cue in Den ver passenger rates yesterday by tho Rock Island and Missouri Pacific on account of a Santa Fo man seeing a Rock Island ngent around the oftlces arid as a joke he posted in tho windowa card reading Denver At sight of tills card tha Rock Island agent hurried back to his ollicus and before night a SO rate to Denver had been made Today the agents hero got together ex planations followed and the rates were re stored again to A Meeting in New York NEW YORK April Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle ono members of Company B Sovontyflrst iiogimont Captain Abel W Bclknap com manding havo mutinied against tho author ity of tholr commamlor A of Colonol Trallord who commanded tho roglmont diiilng the war Is arnmig tho Their specific act of Insubordination was neglect to attend battalion drill on Monday evening tlio first timo Captain Belknap has been In command since ho was suspended a year agn to await tho finding of au official complaints preferred against him by members of tho company These corn plaints charged him with conduct un becoming an olncer based on generalalle gations regarding hisstrlctncss indlsolplliie and alleged severity in enforcing punish ment forminor offenses Tlio charges were uot sustained A CIVIL SERVICE DISCUSSION THE SENATORS TALK POLITICS AVITHOUT A QUOKUM Pension Bureau Clirxrgcfl With Overriding the Civil Service Montana Senators Iu Their Seats April and Power the now Montana Senators wore In tholr scats this morning tbolr desks having boon placed on the Republican side since adjournment yesterday The first located ontho after the four new States wore admitted and thoro they remained until tho action Senate yesterday seatingthe Republican contestants Under tlio termsof tion In executive sesssori day by Hoar Sanders and rower werecpn slgnod by tbo classes ofSenators whose torins expire in 1S03 tlvoly Among the bills introduced was one by Reagan proposing an amendment tpi tho Constitution for the election of vote of tho people Tho Senate bill appropriating for the Improvement of the tionknown as Fort ton was passed also retiiornent of John C the rank of WajorGeuornl In the TJnitQd States jirniy transfer thorevGnuo sorvlco to thoNavy DepaLtinent was takon up Sherman opposed the bill which WLS laid over and bheSenate proceeded to consider tho House joint resolution for the appplnt rnontof thirty medical examinersioifthe Pension Bureau without reference Sorvlco law v V IPaulkor moved to strike ion liaklug appointments from service and Cockrell said ho had hopedthat somoRopublioan of tho party of ser vice reform would have raisedhis Jhaud iu defonso of the civil service This precipitated a political dpp bate Gockvoll taunted the alors with a lack of sincerity and said the OommlssionoroJIPcnsions is ling unclOT foot thoCivil Service law and tho rules approved by tho which ho Is aided nnd abetted by tary oE the 1C the Bepublioans intend to trample the Civil Service law under foot it should be manly way and not by slailking behind this joint resolution that the object of tlio poncllug moasuro was TO stroy andbreak down tho Civil Service A vote on Faulkners motion Yeas IS nays 2S not a Aidrich Tloar and Sanders the af fiirnativo with Democrats vA rollcall disclosed tho presence of ators Hoar movod an amonclmont by Inserting tho words under regulations scribed by tho President of the United These examiners ho bo appointed only for a brief an emergencyr1and this was an iaddltional1 reason why the gereral civil servicerules should not apply It was perfectly clear to him that this record of no could be found absolutely iu accord with the strict letter oftholr declaration In rcgacdto civil service roform Plumb hoped tbo Senator f rom setts woirld limit his confessionstojiimself and commented upon tho comblnatlou which sbemud to exist betweentke cratio party and tbo Senator The said whole questionof iipp6lntmontsfintbePiies Monts power It did not that the bill should have excited clobnte The Appointments woremere temporary considerable further Hoar modiiled hisamondmout amlhatlon for appointment of Inors shall bo under by the This was agreed ayes 39 nays bill tho Senate adjourned April Hbusermet and adjournedout 1 of respect whose funeral was taking A Big Silk NEW YORK April A big silk trade today was that of Louis Franks raw importers who also manufacturers of silk atvPatersori VN1 The liabilities arej said tor lie of with nominal assets The causes attributed i embarrassment are ininbility to raise money to meet matur ing market stoppage of bauks aud losses by failures Patersori said the flrmlostiniallthq recent silk trade and that have been carrying a great in any small conoeras not pay found cHfficultyitrriiaking collecitions Their outstanding are large were their credits gen orallycarried a stock of Much sympathy is espressea and it is hoped that thoy will got an extension3 j WASHINGTON committee on arWtTation wasVnhanyVdis by the PanAnkericarii Conference this afternoon altbouRh that the Argentine Captain shot CAdamsab1 not expectedto as THOISSOLUTIONBUDBET An Estimate of Great Britains Rev enues and Expenditures REDUCTION OF THE PUBLIC DEBT An Enormous Increase in the Con suinjitioii ol Liquor posed in the Tariff are Scoffed at by the Glailstoiiians LONDON April Goschen Chancellor of the Exchequer presented the budges in the Commons today It shows that the expenses exceeded tho estimates by GOO and tbat the receipts exceeded the estimates by over Commenting on the gross revenues from alcoholic beverages Goschon said the figures showed an universal rush to tho beer barrel tho spirit bottle the wine decanter It was a circum stance that must bo doolored A closer examination woxild no diminish tho surprise for tho hirgcst in crease bad been of all spirits in tho world from It was mainly at the seaports It was an extraordinary historical fact that iQtho years 1S75 and 1870 ths greatest drinking years recorded there was precisely tlie samo rush and precisely tho samo proportion of revenue from the different spirits Tho increased prosperity there meant a great increase in thoconsump tjon of alcoholic drinks The postal receipts exceed the estimate by Tbe rovonuo from tho tele graph exceeded the estimate by Tbo exact surplus reached The total reduction in the national debt for 1880 reached tho sum of This amount added to the reduction of the pre vious two years madoa grand total of tbo largest amount over had iu the reduction of the debt in the same length of time Proceeding to the estimates for the coming year he estimated the expenditures at and tho revenue As to disposal of tho surplus he pro posed among other tilings to reduce the Indian and colonial postage The appren tice agreement stamp had been reduced and the entries on gold and silver plate would bo abolished Tho tipplers who had largely produced surplus would have a chaiice to redeem themselves to a reduction of the tea duty by two 06 The duty on currants would bo reduced from seven to twosbillings per hundred weight Tho in creased beer duty temporarily imposed in J880 be taken inhabited house flirty would be reduced and all the working classes tenements under rental be exempt from the house tax Turning f rob imperial to looalfnance ho proposed to raise the revenue for conn try council purposes by an increased duty of six nehcfljMJr gallon of spirits and throe pence beer This would yield 000 Ho hoped the friends of temperance would bo the publicans take a broad view oL tho question Goschen spoke three hours In reply to to the Mundellas complaint that nothing had been doue for the cause of free education Goschen promished that the sub loot should be dealt with at tho next session He also hoped to deal with the currency question but wouldo reserve his opinionregarding tho issue of pound notes Sexton saicl that gross injustice had boon donoJreland and the Parnollites would re proposals by every means in their power Formal resolutions wore adopted author ising tho proposed increased duties Tho Gladstonians in discussing tho budget in the lobby called it tho dissolution MABKIED FOB MONEY A Blushing Young Damsel Weds an OKI Man of 87 KIDOEFIULD April Francisco CJinmicte Series A took place today at Lewisboro N Y The principals are Gould Rbckwell a millionaire and retired business man 87years old and Miss Mainie Louise DeLevane a blushing rosycheeked blonde justout of her teensAwhoso former was in Ulster couiity N Y The ceremony was performed at 12 oclock by Rev Charles rector of St Pauls Church Tho bridal party were driven to the railroad station where tho rickety old gentleman and1 his kittenish young bride took the train for tho town of Weston A crowd1 of curious villagers cheered tho couple lustily as tho train moved out of the station and the bursting of several dozen torpedoes placed on enthusiastic railway employees together with the tooting of made a terrific sendoff for the happy pair Gould Rockwell spent his early life in tbo business at Troy N Y There lie met his first heiress and the money he had accummulated added to that of his wifes made He retired from active business years ago His first wife died fifteen years ago and he was left entirely alono in the world To the surprise of everybody in this vicinity Gould Rockwell opened his the extent of to tho littlewoman who is now his Those m position to know say that the present Rockwell asserted that no raan could marry her without first making overa handsome sum TROUBLE ON THE HOME BASE Shortstop Wards Wife Prefers the Stage to Her Husband April TRIBUNE Dispatch Francisco Chronicle John M Ward the famous baseball player who has living quietly ac the Clarendon Hotel Brooklyn during the past three weeks has agreed to a separation from bis Mrs Helen Dauvray Ward and Mrs v Ward is now preparing for a trip to the West It could not be ascertained yesterday whether j not the separation papers had been signed as yet but the friends of both parties as opinion that signatures have been ancV that Ward h aiiu chosen tlie alternate th at her husb and gave to all idea of returning1 to ttie stage or to sep arate Mrs Ward signified her in tention of returning to the stage and yes her sister said thatipreparations were being rapidly pleted for the fprmerLyceum stars appear p Mrs Ward isvstopping in th is oi ty at present with Mrs Keefo at the Hotel yen dome preparing to accompanyahe latter to SaiiFranciisco while her husband is living at the Clarendpi Hotel Brook Fora month We differences of the coupie discussed itout It flnaljy become1 TeconcUed to vriatters ft lazil lion The pupers will be drawn up before Mrs Wards departure for the Wosr if this has not already been done As in all their foniKr trouble the cause of the linal separation is Mrs Wards do to return to the 1or MMnoTinuiifiorher uuion with Ward Uio famous actress apparently lostall of her old for histrionic triumphs Sbc lived entirely for her husband and was pleased with his success ou the baseball Hold Mrs I Ward began soon however to talk in a vucuc way of her possible returning to the stage At last the shortstop laid down an ultimatum and he tnuiouueed it in public that Mis Ward must choose between him self and the stage A moro remarkable ohangci iu a man has never been seen From a cheery bright pleasant fellow ho has grown morose and almost savago talcing his only pleasure iu ball matters which he follows an al most feverish interest His infatuation for his wife has not suffered one iota in spite of his long mid struggle against her resolve to ajiahv become an actress He is consumed between a desire to let her have her way sind still maintain the old re lations toward her and a detenuination to adhere to his of tonrepeated ultimatum Mrs Ward has been almost as to avoid discussion of the separation from her husband as the ballplayer himself To a few of her friends only hasshe contkled the details of the matter The Grand Trunk Story MONTKEAL April Ilickson of the Grand Trunk Railway that he knows nothing about any agreement being entered into between the Grand Trunk and the Northcrn Pacific roads for tho construc tion of railroads in Manitoba and the North west nor is bo aware that tbo Grand Trunk is making arrangements to construct any railways In that part of tho Dominion A SPOOK COMMUNICATION A MESSAGE FROM A MOTHERINLAW IN THE SPIRIT ThoMothcrJnIaw Is Still in tho Land of tho laving anrt a Libel Suit is Insti tuted NEW YORK April TamONK Dispatch San Francisco Chryiicte From time that W T Marsh announced in tho Su preme Court that ho believed that Miss DIss do Bar could Introduce disembodied spirits uto tho courtroom and produce spook paintings andexpressed a willingness to have her perform if tho Tudao would give his sanction no offer was made to intro duce spiritualisticperformances into a court of justice in this city until yesterday when Kev Dr Charles P McCarthy proposed to show Judge Barrett how telegraphic com munications are received from wandering souls Unfortunately for thespectators the Court did not take advantage of the McCarthy is suing W J Innls editor of a paper called the Celestial City for ilbel McCarthy is a 35 years old and known Ho has a motherinlaw and from her Innls purported to receive a telegraphic communication which vas printed in the CdcstiJl City and did much harm in the McCarthy household Tho com munication read as follows OTJ1KKES TO C13CEH How long I have wanted to tell von that lam with you I try so imnl to make life more mom true to truth for you know of J irou ml yon that works agiiinst Gods vcvclution to ninn mid it IB sure ro bring gril to If Charles doesnt scq Ins grnat misrnke in time I shall be to speak for J live in lipht Wy frail bodily weak ness no longer out from that lio naked before and 1 must spcak Was GumsES Tnnls has filed an answer to McCarthys complaint in which it is declared that the message oamo from the other world by tele graph and that at tho time of publication he did not know who Mrs Gulnaos or Mrs McCarthy were Inuis in answer says that he had in his office an orciinary telegraph transmitting key without any at tachments whatever which was placed in a plain hardwood box with a slate bottom and top to which a key by three roughly In sulated wires infull view a battery and sounder wero attached by which a simple local circuit was formed Inuis says that he placed his hand ou top of this box and the above message came but ho did not in any way operate the instrument or do any thing moro than rest his hand lightly on the slate which constituted the top of the box 1 Dr McCarthy said tho whole thing was a trick and he would like to expose it in court The joke of the whole matter Mc Carthy says is that unfortunately his motherinlaw is not is very much iu the flesh and living now in Oxford Eng land SULLIVAN AND GENE FIEL1X Sir Arthur and a Chicajjoan Work ing ou a Grand LONDON April TRIBUNE Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle Sir Arthur Sullivan tho eminent composer is atprcsont hard at work upon the score of a grand opera which is to be produced iu London next November Sir Arthur has for a long time had under consideration tho project of composing a grard opera that would bo in every sense an English production as the popular taste everywhere Indicated a for something differentfrom the German and Italian schools in which all the prcsentgrand operatic productions are written For he has been so occupied with the1 scores of comic operas that no opportunity for his nuichwished for scheme has presenteditself but when Gondoliers was completed and pre sented at Savoy London last December time seemed he at once set about his great task Sir Arthur for the first the history of bis operatic compositions will not have Gilbert as Those two tlcmeri have successfully worked together for nearly two decades and while Sullivan has hadjnc differences with his collaborator it is probable that they will never jointly produce another comic Gilbert is now in India where he went immediately after the first performance of The Gon doliers While Sullivan remained iu Lon don and ishow workingwith his liberettist Eugene Field of Chicago is to undertake the task of finishing thetext for the new production and as has beea the case with Gilbert both the wordsaad music being writtoD together The titleand plot are religiously guarded but said is to deal with modern times and promises tpibe full of THREE AND TEN General Shermans Seven tseth Birth Royally Celebrated The seventieth birthday of Sherman was royally celebratedwith a i handsome reception leudcred the Union League Club jThe building was tastefully decorated General1 Sherman supported by Chaunceyi Depew Secretary Noble received the euests who1 passed by and extended their congratulations The list of distinguished statesmen judges and army and navy officers who the old gerierai a lengthy The reception cbntinned until a late hour Sil x1 bepamodis the gas and BLUFFING TO A FINISH The NeverEnding Bluster of the of the Tang CORBETT EAGER TO FIGHT SULLIVAN Kilrain Agrees to Knoclc Cortett Out Under any MeAulitro Knocked First Ball Game of the days YOKK April TRIBUNE Dispatch Francisco Chronicle Series Frank Stevenson Jako Kllrains backer does not join in tho almost universal opinion Corbetfs great rival is Sullivan Stovonson this evening said to your correspondent that ho would bet oveu money that Corbett could not best Kilrain in twelve rounds Corbott may bo A said Stevenson but just now his nut bas been swelled by fJio fact that he tackled a nan on an off day and got a little the best of him in four rounds I hnAO word for it that ho vill moot Cor bett anywhere and at any time for any amonut of money In any number of rounds or in a finish light to McCaffrey should have been spanked if he didn t worst him for McCalVroy is a pudding I saw the show in Brooklyn and am not afra d to back my man againstthis great ttest ernor You fellows out there seem to Uiink that yours is the only country that can raise prizefighters Why don t you put up your own men against each other How about Jackson and Joe MoAuhflo and Corbott and Choynski Jackson aint a Oallfornlan Ho left Australia lo keep from being Uckod bj Slavin and ho doesnt want to meet any bigger or better man than MoAullffe doesnt rank with Kilrain Sullivan or Siavin If you want on a man to meat the biggest mar of othei States and countries why don t yon who is your best man and put him Make up a go between Corbet t and Jackson and let the winner come East and ho can find Plenty of money acainst liten Stop this business of coming big men who are unprepared in three or four rounds and then becausehis Slights are not knocked out the un known crows like a rooster and waul toe 1 himself the champion of the world and a 1 places out of it Come to business and quit r at Louis hotel He is feeling good over Ins bout with Ciffroy but 1s not pluming himself the least bit because as he says it was too easy He speaks most highly of his reception m New York and cannot say too much for the men of the New York Clnb who have been so kind to him Bef erring to Kilrain s over tures through Stevenson Corbett said that he had said long ago all that was to be said He was now looking for a fight with Sulli van and expected that a would take place though nothing definite had UeoJaSrangefl He did not well see what excuse Sullivan you here or in tbe place makes nodlfference Is there any question of terms There can be none for my friends hero and at home will agree to any that John may In looking for corresponu entwcut into a sparring resort onFourth Avenue and inquired for the California boy An uglylooking fellow with a broken nose nnd other evidences of many tough battles said that he didnt know where the young ster could bo found and then delivered himself in the following language which un doubtedly expressed the sentiments of most of the prizefighting fraternity of New York thinks hes too high for us and wo dont want nothing to do with his kind Sec Hes no true sport Hes just playing the dudes and the nmatners think he s a dandy and hes one of their kind No man in the pmcflghting business ought to put on Ings and swell round like he does A ou bet the boys dont love him and they d give their laso nickel to see Sullivan wipe him out and he car do It too John L would like to get achance at this nice pretty boy Hed show him what it was to fight and dont you forget GOOD COUDIT1OK Jack Barnett tho friend and righthand man of JL Sullivan was inany thing but a pleasant frame of mindyesterday The cause of Jacks wrath was the published re port that Sullivans weight had increased to such an alarming t of late as to cause him to place himself under the care of a has been in said Bar nett with his parents for tbe past six weeks Ho is not increasing inweight and has never been in better condition in his life than now Ho novcr met that doctor except 011 one occasion about six month and that was in a cafe in this city Sullivan Js waiting to hear from tho California Ath letic Club and as soon as they agree to pay him the amount hewants ho must fight JlAtTLnTFB KNOCKED MILWAUKEE April Having met and conquered all the champions ofhis class it remained for tho doughty little bantam called Cupid by whom the batteries of the most renowned pugilists been Ren dered powerless to step into the nnsi with Tuck McAuliffe and completely knOflc out the lively lightweight Pretty Miss Hart tho leading lady of a combination now playing in this city fair They are engaged to be met his fate iu San Prancisco TUB KLlKAnKTHIlACBS J ELizABsmi N J April Associated Track dusty Five and a half Kock won Meriden second Tipstaff Time Half Best Boy won Hands Off sec ond Lottie third Time Mile and a Maria won Esau second Clay Stockton Half EijlipbC won Ternfier second Gray Eock third Time won Sam Morse second Kings Bridge onehalf Crab won second Martin Time AT THE MEMPHIS TRACK April Weather ihreatenluff Twoyearolds Annie Brown won second Black Knight Time Seven Mary H won Carton second Bonnie Annie third Time 1 Threeyearold fillies mile and an Blackburn vou Marie Fairy Queen third Time 207JJ Mile Hypor crito second EarnestEace Time tain won J Willie St second Carrie Bsrk third SAN April six teenths of aimile4Ida Glejin second 1 AH the jockies except were fined J40 each for orderaran the a foiil claimed by KU dares jockey and the displacing AppbijaBto Sheridan Conrad MUe heatedFirst wou Timo Second hear Davo Douglas won Timo 1 Third heat Dave JDoujr las won Coloma Jack Brady ihird Mile and ihrffteiRhths Al Farrow vron Abi second Pliny third Time THE KIKST TJALt GAJfE V April IT The season of the American Baseball Association opened to day Following the results of thogaaieSJ Louisvillo and St Louis game postponed COLXlIBUS Columbus 9 Brooklyn f fl IjCfjislativc Shaking Up OTTAWA April 17 In tho Senate to night Kaulbach and Sandford hail a bitter personal debate over tho discussion of a divorce caso pending After tho session they met in the hall and Canlbach seized Sandford who is a man and admin istered a violent shaking Sandford es caped and ran away Kaulbach promised to make things hot tomorrow Death of aPioneer SAX BEnxAiimNO April 17 Tho Now England Society of California Pioneers arrived hero tonight on their way to San Francisco and were given a warm reception A was east over evening however At tho opera house meeting General Chapin who presided dropped dead of heart disease A Composer LONDON April 17 John 13arnett tho musical composer born in 1802 is dead AMONG THE STRIKERS HUNDRED OUT AT Tho Chlcnpo Carpenters and SptJinors Disturbances in Laborers Lnndctl BKHLIN April Tho Exoculivo Commit tco of tho United Guilds requests the members of tbo guilds to warn workmen who propose to part in tho labor demonstration M ay 1st that they will incur therisk ot losing their places if they do so AND SPIXNKRS STRIKE NASHUA N April As expected a strike of tho employees of the Jackson Com panys mill occurrud tbis weav ers and spinners nil going out Tho mills aro closed down and 800 handsarc A de mand for an increase of wages is tho cause CHICAGO CAmENTKRS PARADE CHICAGO April Tho striking carpen ters to tho number of 3000 paraded through tho principal streets this afternoon Largo crowds gathered along tho route and occa sional clVecrs sympathy grcetod tho marchers CONXllACT LAIJOUERS LANDED NBW YORK April It was discovered this morning at Castle Garden that of tho 1403 French Italian immigrants on board the steamship the mfC jority were bound for tract Tho United States contract labor In spector has gone to the steamer prepared to arrest all suspicious parties A number of held for a but afterwards released as theevr1 denco against thorn was IllK AOSTBCAN STRIKES VIBNKA April Tho latest news from the disturbed mining districts is that tlio strikers attacked tho soldiers and threo miniirs were killed and many wounded Twelve thousand workmen in the Witt kavitz Iron Works have struck Tlio troops at Karwin fired among the rioters and several persons wero wounded The mine owners of Rahonitz have asked tlio Cover nor of Prague to send troops The Ostraiv strikers tonight attacked the sugar factories at ITunzendorf and JJatlman TUB JjOCSOUT April It is estimated now that 50p carpenters bricklayers and other tradesmen arc out of employment in this city by reason of the lockout declared by the Builders Union THE SEAMENS uyroN NEW YOUK April The Amalgamated Sailors and Firemens Union closed Its sion today The constitution was revised Among tho sections adoptsd wore two guaranteeing to shipwrecked sailors aud firemen prompt aid wherever they may bo Tho shipwreck benefit fixed at S35 the accident benefit at flO and such other assistance as each particular I caso may warrant to Lo determined by tbo executive committee The wages to paid members during a strike are fixed S5 per week each to bo paid for noIonge than twelve weeks John F OSuJllvan o Boston was elected general presiden t A CHINAMAN CORNERED He Is On Niagara Bridge He i8 Likely to Stay Ont three Chinamen who attempted to cross frontier some time ago wero sent the United States customs oQlcers 7 Two had Canadian customs certificates ando were passed Lem Sing bad papers was hustled back txTtlie fma can There tho ofliccrs would not let him in has been staying on tho bridge and is likely to stay there some dmc Sector hero to wsis told to ae China man back The Americans have to Lem is Tat toniffhtho was allowed to night He will probably put back on the bridge in the morning Japanese Trader CHICAGO April tor of Commerce for the royal jeath April 17 THE HOUSE SILVER   

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