Salt Lake Tribune, April 19, 1890

Salt Lake Tribune

April 19, 1890

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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - April 19, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah If yon want Houses Rooms or Servants patronize the Want Columns of The Tribune Sunday Tribune is the st Brightest and BTewa fiper published in the ail it to your friends TOT CITY UTAH SATURDAY MORJSIJSG APSIL PRICE FIVE ELDER SPRINGER OBJECTS Rut lie Disfranfiliisenieiit Bill Speedily Jle teed THE FORT DOUGLAS PARK RESOLUTION Governor Thoninn Working for Ojcion Na tional JSmik IMan Wanarnakcr JMjjimw I10 CtHt ol ivcol two new ttaxter ft Carmen arifl McDorniolt who applied for admis sion wort met by no morn iiiuIortiilifrH were wanlcrl in Kail Hlvor and that thirteen were enough The firms ItN ivlli now cut rales OH funerals for revenge HEWS FROM IOVER THE SEA fAKITl loirt I J nti V IH IMIO The Hi ruble which Is HyruniyiiioiiH with the us rijuly hull one lifrarlniC in lh House Ontn nn Territories as IIMIM rnarlo opposition and d In postpon ing inn until tinnXt meMlng The tilll will bo favorably reported ab an cjsrly day THK lOItT IAHK AH the result of fJovornor Thomass and Wests erfurts of JCitntimky Miday Mio follow ing resolution In HouseThat MieoSdo nitary of Wiir Iw to furnish HIIIIHO wltb a Khowlnjc tin nuniher of aoros ombnuiod in th military reserva tion l Fort Douglas numbor of acros Imtwoon site of tho praMonl Koit and hiiko City whMi ran Ixi Improved planted and jiurkcd and the probahlo eost of such Improvement with Kiieti miggcrttinns rt doom ndvlHft bln tooniKlio for the Impifivemcnt of such reservation noon WOIIDS roit OCIDKN flovornonThomas today appeared before tlin HoiiMO snbconimltlco on pulillu hullrl and an argument fur a Kwltirul building at He that Ofjdcn was a of people and one of tho termini of tho Union Pacific Oontral J Pacific D U 0 and Utah Northern rull voadn that the prowlli of Ogdon during the punt fuw years was phemmumal Tho now buildings those under cnntmot for 1KOO will cost throe millions Tho gross rooolptM of thn pnstolllce Inoroiiflnd IUBC year J7 por iiiul tlio not receipts Inoroiisud 27 per oont There Is ovory reason to hollovn from th remarks of Oliiilrman Millikon of the gen oral committee and Kerr of tho subcoin mlttoo that n favorable report will bo made Korrsnld openly after hearing Govarno Thonms8 nblo argument that from Ih uliowinp made Ojrdon should have a pnbll building i A NATIOKAf WANK MKAStmK WAfUiftwroN April Press Senator Hlsoork introduond a bl that NnUonnl hunks nitty soenr IholrolrbulatAi by dopoMltsof Govfirmnoiit State railway and municipal bonds of pa market value und not In dofnultof intoics for ton yours past tlie amount of olroulatlo not to exceed DO per cent of lUtnlr value except on invorninont bunds upor whloh the face may be Issued first mortgage loans on Improved at not oxoooulng por cent of tho ussositef value properly eerllllcatos o dtipnslt of jrMd and silver join or utlion storage warrants and warehouse re ceipts for pigiron and whnn In rrMponslbli companies lnsuru In reliable companies The o circulation on those Is not to exceed 75 net con t of tho fuci vnlue nxoept In o gold silver Tho banks must make j good cunsorl by shrlnktigo Ir valiHS Tho clroubilIng notes Issued wf rcdeoinnble In per cont liovorn mont bonds Tho Secretary ot tho Treasury Mliull sot nnart fivmi tho amount paid In previously by NuMonnl hunks as u tax on thoir Ilrculiitlon find from tho fund fiiitn notes destniyod as a guarantee fund for proieollon of Imuk and an amount equal to onotonth of t per cout poiannum upon do posists shall bo puld Into tlio treasury us an addition to this fund Mio payment toco when tho fund henomos largo enough lo provide tlio protfotlon find rnlm inirso tbfj tiovenimont for tho original amount sot apart for the fund KIOUKKS THK COST Tho IostmusteiGonoral favora tho House bill providing tho fifteen lays annual leave of absence of olfriis and oiMployoos attached io tirst and secondolusM itostottieos uftor sorvlcftof one your but not In tho third class oftioos lie estlmatos that the addi tional oost Is about per your TUB SUSlKNSION IUUOOK CHIXAMAN Special Agent Snsponsion N bus boon Instfuetcd In tlio easeof IhoChlmimnn detained on fho bridge tbo facts to tho Unitfil Ptatos Dis Attorney and of Customs tit Suspension Bridge for notion under tho law A KOll POSTOFKICE IlMMlXCiS The House Ooinmltloo on Postofnees and posUDKls today authorixorl a report I tri tlio House In a form f the Hlouut bUI to iirovido for the orootlnn uf postoflieti buildings I As amomlod It anthorixes tho Post wast or 5 Gonoral to construct at his disorotUm luiUl it ings nfniiy plmres itt widen tho gross ro J otHpts of tho poMollleo for the two ytvns or f nioiopronoding should himoxewdeil 000 i L or In county seats year tho cost of such building not to exceed in any case Wluvt tho receipts vro to amount nt that ontlttos tho phieo to u liulUt in cost Tho is authoriwi to rocelvo dnnntions of ground us sites for tlio erection of such buildings and when necessary to pitrchnse thv pround tho price not to exceed Tho bill appropriates for thn of Xoarty places in the cfuiu j try will bo affected by tho passage of this v THK EXKCtTTIVE SKSSIOW FAUCK i The executive session disposed 1 of tho Dolph special cotnnilttoo 1ml the I leaks by Avhieh tho proceedings of execntivo i sessions become publle reportrecited tho failure of tho Inquiry to establish tho I complicity of any ono with tho newspaper J mon uiid recoinmonded that tho hitter bo cJted before tho Soiuito to bo dealt with for contouipt Tlve report was dlsottssod nearly four hours and at tho close the tlons of tho committee were rejected by a vote of 15 to 3 It is supposed ends tho latest farco In connection with tho exec utive sessions of the Senate Mexican TluiJway Subsidies CITV Mexico April Min nndor ditto of April snnt a to Congress In which after liio progress rnarlo in rall rcad and tho consequent largo amount Insubsidies granted thfi Govern which had been and are being paid hy the OIISIIH liouso ho fitiniatids authority to wgoilfiso a loan not tofxcuwl tins anioun owing rullroads for subsi dies liV IOIMI 10 bo with banks tJic I Illnisei or private parties iho Mlnlstwr promlwcs that tin subsidies shiill not Increased noi1 IKSW ones that schcino is niornly a con of debt to tho railroads It is hnllmitd will accopted by ConirSH It Is stated that lias alniifly been arranged and Is rnoroly await ing ilio up at iOKal technicalities Explorer Stanley to 5e Made a ENGLISH POLITICAL DEVELOPMENTS California nt tho Worlds Fair CmcAfio April Porter of who lifts extensive frulfc interests In California and who has just returned from there says California will probably appropriate for her exhibit at tho Worlds Fair at least Governor says ho will favor the appropriation of such an amount and It seems Kafo to suppose that I in general sentiment of Ills Stale Tho frnlt In torus tK of California will raise for their exhibit and tho growers In Hit southern of tho State will several acres of spaco in which lay out a grove of orangeand iomori trees will bloom and boar during hot months of the fair A Roman Arciftoats Pnssiau Relies Burned AVordsworths Suicido The Elliott Seduction Crawfords Twins lias been caused here by the Minouncemont that the person who obtain the plans of a Russinn fortress obtained orders from Baron 1Jcssen an attache of the German embassy here Tho latter has it is said suddenly decamped A Xew York Fraud NEW Yoitic April general terra of the Supreme Court has affirmed the de cision of the special term setting reside cer tain confessed judgments and the as signment of Schwab Son lace merchants Barretts opinion is very severe In criticism of the Sheriffs oHtee methods lie says The Sheriffs sale was a sham The jircferred creditors to purchase toe bulk of the goods but i never paid a penny or re ceived a pennys worth of goods The pro tended partnership between Hie brothers was as transparent as the silo and all that preceded REMiMETIZATION CERTAIN A Congressmans Sanguine View of the Silver Situation present to Cornett the ruan who bested Kilrnin The value of the property stolen is placed at Clarkfi said ho must have been drunk when lie look the umbrellas GROVER GET YOUR GUN KOITOK DANA OIKNS UP THIS BIUDJIATTJiKY Tho KxMosos of fclio Cnllod a Cowardly lAiir and Troiitod With Otluir SfarJtH of OlHtlnction NEW YORK April Dispatch Krariolsco Chronicle A Dana In an editorial headed Kcmarks to a Cowardly referring to Grover Cleveland says Tho huflod prophet of William btroot Ju a rage of wounded vanity Is thus reported There Is only one Cleveland re sumed and a tender expression lit up his face that I euro anything about In those attacks They are nob confined to myself It sooms that tho sonlloDatia does not con flno his warfare to men but women are not free from JUs dastardly assaults Mrs Cleveland has not osoapod It is bad enough for Dana to print his lying state wonts regarding myself but It Is infinitely more cowardly and dastardly for him to Jn cluflo as ho has done my who In his attacks Nothing oouId bo more contemptible or so far romovod from all Instlnots of To no habitual reader of tho Sim is ncooHHiiry to say that this Js a cowardly llo It is notlofs n llo because It is niur who has boon President of tho United States It Is not less It proceedsfrom a husband whoso Inferiority inifoelal moral iinrt Intellectual qualities is by all who know tho admirable woman jinked to lUrnby the name they boar In common Massing over tho blackguard oplthots which halfdrunken ojrShorilT applies as liis only possible resort wo coino to this more serious matter To provoke sympathy for himself Cleveland drags tho niiito of tiUi wlfo Into an Interview for charging Sun with an otTonso which If tho oimrgo Is true is to render this newspapor odious to every gontloman on Manhattan Island to ovory honorable man who ruspoots womanhood Tho chargo Is false and know it wlion ho itttorod it Thoro Is only one answer that wooaro to irwko Wo in vlto Cleveland to point to a lino or a word that over appeared la tho Sun eoneorning good woman name ho thus de grades which Justifies directly or roctly statement contained In tho para graph inotori ho ounnofc do and ho annot wo tho attention of tho com munity the of this selfish poltroon this unworthy husband about so conduct in this atliilr nothing can bo by any person of sonsitlvo porcoptlnns that will not loavo on tho coarso and swoMon aco peeping from behind tho edge of his wifes garments a red mark like tho sting of CANADIANS AniXJiuIortakcrs Combine KIVEB April Francisco Chrankle Tho Fall River undertakers have declared thntthere are too many undertakers for the death rate In this city ami propose to dls countenance any new attempts to embark Jn the business hero Tho Bristol county rmdertftkors formed an association threo jnonths ago and It leaks outtlmt theasso ciation proposed to raise tho rates ting under the ground All the old Joined tho movement This Soared Out of Thoir Wits by tho Mc Bill April DIs Francisco Chronicle Porios Canadians iiro day becoming tore panlnstrlokou ovor tuo prospoots of an of tho IWoKinloy tarllV bill at Vnshlngton whloli they fully roallxo will osult in a fUmnuUl and Industrial if not crisis hero Tho farmers and grain oalers tho Increaseof duty on arloy will shut tho prosontstook entirely out fbho American market and they are con oquontly rushing It to tho border with all astel Hundreds of thousands of bushels bo carried across tho border within tho oxt and stored on tho American side Another uurlous oplsodo is tho pushing of hat Is known us tho allonlabor law This s really an attempt at retaliation against 10 Unltod States for its contniotlahor iw Tho Onnadlau allonlabor law which ill probably soon bo passed will bo similar i Its provisions to that of tho Unltod States ut that It will have any important ofteet is doubted for tho number of Americans who omploymontin Canada afc any point is vory slight indeed Growing out of same agitation is ft Important project namely to close Canadian waters and tho Islands of tho St Lawronco against Aiucrleuii visitors LONDON April San IVaneisco Chroirtdc Jfai nnil cables ft i rumored that Stanley will become a Urltlsl subject upon his arrival here Instead of tho eosmonolitltion that lie now is and tha Queen Victoria will confer high honors upon tho groat explorer Gladstone Is suffering from a Plight cole and his physician advises that he keep in tho hoiKso for about a week This however not prevent him taking part in the debate on JJu I fours land bill It is expected that the Government will oppose Smiths motion in favor of thomotallic conference This ison tiroly a nonpartisan question so that what ever position ho may takoon ik will have no political significance will bo among tbo chief supporters of the motion Lord Randolph Churchill makes a furious attack upon tho publicans Ho complains that each generation of English people being more and moro alcoholized yet tho Government docs nothing to stop tho trallio In drink TCALFOUUS UHiIi SUTPOFITED Tho Duke of Argyll has written a letter In support of tho purchase re cently introduced in tho House of Commons by Half our Ho argues that It Is a matter of urgent importance to roostabllsh full ownership rights to land in Ireland As things stand tit present such things are nob clearly fixed owing to what ho terms chaotic legislation rotating to the Irish land has been adopted from tlmo to time during the past ton years No body tho Duke call himself the full owner of land when its value can bo regulated at frequent Intervals by govonir niont olllolals who act upon no settled and clearly defined principle As a natural re sult their decision satisfies the nominal owner or tho occupant of the land Such a stateof things us now obtains In Ireland in utterly barbarous a violation of all commonsense and a of the universal experienceand practice of all nations in nil times Dnko concludes with an expression of bolloCthatthe pur chasers who might tako advantage the provisions of the bill would honestly pay the indebted rioss they would Incur and that tho measure is well adapted tosecure such payment YOUNG WOnDSIVORTHS SUICIDE 1 Tho Worlds Cable Much sympathy Is expressed here with thefamily oJ rLieutou ant Wordsworth son of the grandson of tho poot who has just commit tod Young Wordsworth four monthsago foilin love proposing was refused This caused him raosti intensean guish as shown by his letters and by sov ornl poems whichprove that ho had inher ited no small portion of his griindfathers poetic genius Els misfortune was at once mad o known to the entire regiment tJyh is evident dejection his untrlmmed lialr and board and his carelessness dress lor this ho was superior oflicors On Tuesday ho was missing at roll call and nothing morewas him un til tho body whs found yesterday in the lilvor Severn near Worcester A nOMAN ARCHITECTS ACHIEVEMENT HOME April to New York Her ald After four yearssteady work a Bo man ftrohltoet has just finished plans for the most oxtraonllnary thoatprovor projected It Is a park and oporiihouso combined so that horses and carriages may roach the door of ovory private box or bo driven among fountains and stately gardens on the root i When Duke of Torlonla was in Koine ho urged tho creator of tho wonderful scheme to contlnno his labors and suggested that might bo emoted in this city aw a crown ins of architectural develop is and there Is no hope Of over sooingHho building built Jn HalV The Chiriiimau Released NIAOAIIA April China man who was hemmed In on Suspension bridge yesterday was admitted to Canada lute last night arid Immediately loft for purls unknown OTTAWA Apr tho Commons to night a rnembor drew attention to tho rc ortod detention of a Chinaman on Sus pension bridge The Minister of Justice said ho had not hoard of tho case lieadded that I horo was1 no law keeping onb China men but If the Chinaman failed to pay tlio duty he would bo liable to penalties TOUONTO April Single Tax Asso ciation passed a resolution of sympathy witb tho Chinaman kops exposed on Suspension Bridge by two professedly Christian WfNDOM TALKS TO THE SENATORS The Iicad Ore Clause in the Tariff Bill Is in Jeopardy Lead Ore Statistics Democrats Oppose the Duty The Grand Army Encampment DENVER April Grand Army en campment today elected D L 11 old en of Pueblo as Commander of the Department of Colorado and Wyoming General Alper and party will lenvo tomorrow morning On arriving ar Cheyenne Wyoming lie will be given a reception by Grand Army men of that citv 300 j Mysterious Mormoni Excavations NAOVOO April workmou excavating tho grounds at St MarysOon vont whore an old barn uncovered a woll at leash 1000 foot deep The floor of the barn consisted of solid storio11 ageing The theory is that a number of subter ranean passages in ado by the Mormons dur ing their stay horo lead to the An in vestigation will bo made The use to which thoso mysterious passages were puthas never boon discovered Reporter Choatos Hard Luck NEW YORK April GeneralTorm today dismissed tho appeai of Dllworth Ghoaio tho reporter now Ju tho Street jail for contempt of court incon cealing himself in tho tho Flack jurors were deliberating Ho will liave to complete his KENTUCKY OUTLAWRY STATE TROOPS DKFKATED BT THE UAJ5 MEN OF THE MOUNTAINS Desperate Band Fortify ThomHclvos in n JJawi iirid Dely tlio JJIvoly Engagement Tho architect proposes to lay his designs Tho Work of a KALAMAXOO small house occupied by E IiTills colored at Berlamont was burned this morning The lire was discovered by E J Post who burst la door nnd discovered Mra Tllla lying on the door with her two daughters 4 years and IS months old clasped In her arms Ho called to her to oomo out but instead sho ran and jumped for tho bed leaving her children burning on tho iloor Ho could not enter because of tho heat Mrs Tells has been slightly demented for some time and It is probable that sho sot lire to the house after killing tho children Ountcr Wins His Suit NEW YORK April tho suit of Play wright Guntur against tho aotor Mansfield the Court of Common Pleas today entered an orderdirecting Mansfield to return all tho effects and enjoining him from produc ing Prlnoo Dutch Courier or sim ilar plays under title A Culilbruiaii Uoit NEW YORK April H Messenger who came from San Francisco stood on tho pier Wednesday and saw tho of the White Star Line carry his wlfo and children for England Ho was to go with them but laundry to get his clothes and the steamer got away Ho will sail on tho Serviu tomorrow befori officials having charge of tho Worlds fair In A mot1 lea Ho Is backed by loading men of Rome Tho wuolo work cau be oarrlocl out Ju Italy at a cost of francs but in price of lahor and material on tho Western nout will swell this aggregate enormously This vast edifice wouldoontuin peo aml comfortably Thcro are ISO clrosslug rooms Cor pqr formers Tho stage is ion foot wide by 2S2 deep JIABtOJ Cn AWKOIIDR TWINS Marlon novelist became the father of twins last night at Sorrento BUSSIANjKELICS BJTIIWED ST PKTRUSBurtO April1 Tho imperial palaoo of boon burned to the ground with alllts contents The flames broko out lu and spread with such astonishing rapidity ns to indicate that tho firoivasSOt simultaneously in dif ferent parts of the building Soven inmates out oil from in tho flames Tlio fire was tho work of nihilist conspira tors who had often threatened to destroy the palace Tho burned the favorite resi dence of the Oziir Nicholas It contained many historical relics of groat vain o includ ing the coronation garments of the Empress Catherine looks tho same Empresss hair atul a set of slxipbuiUlors tools which be longed to Peter thoGioat Y PARIS April to the Times from A deadly fightoccurred this at seventeentniles oast of lie Black jtato troops consisting of sixteen privates and mo about thirtjj odin old barn Fiveof tho soldiers vero It is not known how many f Oho outlaws were killed as they still have possossion of tho Corporal sont in after reinforcements and knows but little as he left immediately after the firing began Tliotroops havolihoi barn surrounded and itwill impossible for those inside to make their escape Yesterday afternoon Captain who Is the commanding officer was informed that a nody lawless men some of whom hadboeniucllcted for various was at tho abovementioned locality and re fused to surrender to the authorities Ho was asked for a detail of men pur pose of arresting them His raoix loffc the camp yesterday afternoon oxpectlngtofind the men thoy were pursuing in house about six hundred yards beyond the which they wore The attack was not looked for at that came sounexpectedly that it the soldiers for a moment they soon rallied surrounded tho barn and be gan firing into it direction when it was thought best to hold the fort arrived with moro ammunition It is believed that a second fight will take place as soonasad ditional troops reach the place for thoout laws are fortified and well Chester rifles and swear that they willnot surrender and are determined to have re venge for those who have been shot down Up to a late hour no tonight uo further news had been received from of tho lighting SALT LAKE TRIBUNE BUREAU 517 Fourteenth Street WASHINGTON D April IS 1SOO Whon Republican members of tho Household their caucus nest week two re ports will be made by tho conference com mittee of fifteen appointed some time ago a similar committee on the part of the Senate in reference to silver coinage Nino of tho members will report in favor of tho Wiudom bill as reported from tho House Committee on Weights and Meas ures providing that certificates issued upon deposits of silver bullion shall bo re deemable in silver coin or bullion while Messrs Barton of Nevada Carter of Mon turia Henderson of Iowa Taylor of Illinois Wiokham of Ohio and Perkins of Kansas will report in favor of tho bill as it was re ported from the Senate Committee on Fi nance making tho certificates redeemable In lawful money of the United States Thetwo Conference Committees are no nearer together than they were a week ago but impression prevails in tho House that the Senate bill will bo adopted in tho caucus Tell our said a roseiitativotoday who is a member of the House Caucus Committee qn silver not to worry over tho silver situation Silver Is at last ou top and remonetixatlon is ascertain as that tho sun will rise tomorrow Tho Senate of tho House on tho tho House in tho eud to Tills is ii fair statement of the condition of affairs which cannot be improved by a column of THEIiTSAD ORE EIGHT The clause in the tariff bill as reported protects the lead ore producers by aduty of cents a pound Tho clause is The Democrats of tho House are however solidly opposed to the proposition bo supplemented by a few Repub licans who aroinfluenced by the Kansas City and other smelters The argument isused Utah Idaho and Montana ores are fit for fl uxirig purposes and that carbonate ores aionoserve that purpose The fight on tho House Delegate Dubois and Congressman Carter who are making the fight for the load ore inch areanxiously awaiting specific data showing that these Territories and Montana j can produce an amplesupply of tho ores for fluxing purposes and that tho ores they produce firstclass fluxing ores Tele grams havo been sentto President James at others in Idaho and Mon tana requesting that statements in writing be forwarded without delay Castle Garden Abandoned NEW YORK April This was the last day on which immigrants could bo landed at Castlo Garden The Immigration Com missioners had their valedictory meeting this afternoon and heard read tho termina tion of tho contract between thorn and the Treasury Departments That part of tho contract however which states that the Secretary of tho Treasury shall make pro visions for tho sick and insane emigrants in rare of tho Commissioners still holds good The barge ofiico will bo ready to receive emigrants 1omorrow The Postal Card Nuw HAVEN April troubles at tho postal card factory have been satisfac torily arranged George E Lemon a Wash ington capitalist has it is said come to Daggotts relief It is alleged that t fine of 10 cents a thousand on two million cards was imposed by tho Government for dofoetivo work which caused Daggctts trouble as tho fine equaled the profits After Editor Godkin NEW YORK April Martin deputy connnissioner of publicworks go out another warrant today for the arrest of Editor Godkin of tho Post on another change of libel growing out of tho recent corruption stories Godkin gave bail A GOVERNOR OF MANY MINDS A BECOBD OF INIQUITY Two Husbands Treat Their Wives With Shocking Brutality A POOR WOMAN DISFIGURED WITH AGIO A Vermont Female Marries Her Husbands Van dCRrift Taken to Murderer Dies of a Broken Neck YOKK April Dispatch Franoisro Chronicle her Lynch wore Mio words hurled at Mrs Carrie Yandegrift by nn angry that surrounded hor residence at Hurlingj THE EXECUTIVE OF MAKVCAXD RE SBMWLKS A WEATHER VANE Six Times Ho Chnntrort His jrincl and Then Refused toSign a Bill Demanded by the People Dis HELEN WARDS DENIAL PATHS April Associated Stanley has arrived from Cannes Advices from Lagos state that tho King of Dahomey with his army 3s encamped near Porto The Daliomians burned eight villages and caused panic in tho dis trict CABNOT CAIWIEP THROUGH THE STREETS President Darnot was received at JToulon with unbounded onthusiasm While wiilk liig through the streets a great eroivd gathered and a number of his most en thusiastic admirers lifted to their shoulders and carried him in triumph to tho THE ELLIOTT SEDTJCTIOX CASE LONOQX April Tho jury in the case of Sir George Elliott suod by Mrs Alice Hairs widow foe broach of promise and seduction were unable to agree and were r OBSTS DEMANDS KEFPSED ItERtiix April During the discussion of public worshipestimates in the Diet today Wlndthorst leader of the Clericals asked for tho creation of a Catholic section lh the iocclostical affairs department and made other demands for concessions to the Catholics Minister Ttn Gosslor said the Goveriiniont could SMECnS MOTION REJECTED April Smiths motion in favor ofa confoience onibirmetallism was rejoctod V A ST PETsaiiBUBls April A Eousation She Publishes aStatement Concern ing Her Domestic Troubles NEW YORK fTRrouNEDispatch Francisco Chronicle Helen Dauvray Ward has made thefollpwing statement of her troubles with her husband over her own signature To nil the evokingpapers who sunk Llusir curds to me this hiul riKon I merely replied by iv tbat tho article in tho morning paper was wrong in uvorv particular and so J declined to moot the reporter of that paper and discuss with him my domestic to nlnco mo boforo tho public in und to lioliboratoly ncouso me of bad broken promises to ray husband ThojCaiitthat tho1 contained no information frotnMivWard or m vsolf must prove that it is madovup simply fromsurmiso gossip and My domestic affairs uro snored steadilyrefused to discuss them in public butI in justico to uu dur tho imputation published this mqfiiiug I rcgcot that obtaiu an interview with Mr Ward for lam cer tain Mr Ward would never have allowedsuch aa undeserved accusation to bo brought against mo It is true that Mr and I aro living apart It is that I am going back to that our sopanition is caused by blo desire to the stage do love my but I loved more and tbo stage has never in the past orat tho present moment possessed for attractive as those of ahappy homo back WINT5OM BEFORE THE SENATORS WAsniNQTON April IS Associate Senate Republican silver com mittee held ameeting a which said tlio1reasoi fornis the certificates issued Jor the purchaseo bnllioii was that It would make the cerbifl oatps more valuable To requiro their rc deuipbion in silver would be in hi discredit them while to require thelrredemptionin gold coin might seriously embarrasstho Government He insisted that there arc only two ways in which tho credit of tho Government can tioprotected in thoissuo of thelarge num ber of treasurynotes by bullion redemption as proposed in his bill and the other by authorizing tlio sale of bonds to provide a gold reserve where i becomes necessary redeem them Tho policy he believed was wholly un necessary and unjustifiable andhence there was no other means of protection thai the redemption proposition Ho said bo deemed this feature absolutely es sentialin protecting tho credit of the coun try and would feel Ifc his duty to oppose any tbo holder of thocerblfi cate an option on tho currency in which It should bo redeemed Attor tho Secretary had given his views upon tho bill and his1 basis for them a dis cussion took place upon thosubject of suf of circulation Secretary WJndom had stated to the committee tbat tho total circulation was an average of abasis of the sum was subject to diminution by bondstied up held for the re demption of notes so thafc the per cnpita amount of circulation was confiidera The Secretary agreed with tho Senators as with he Kepresenta tives tbau anaddition the circulation was necessary but in the conference today tiixdefinite sum was named BAtiTlMORE April IS Francisco All Marylandors regardless of party ar laughing at their Governor today Th cause is tho Governors singular behavlo with reference to tho reassessment bill re cently passed by the Legislature No since 1875 has there been an assessment o Eoal estate had changed invalu and tho people demanded that fcbo taxation should to equalized and that tho poor tax payers should not bo discriminated against Tho bill went to the Governor on the the Legislature adjourned Governor Jack son bad himself recommended the of tho bill as a party measure and all tin leaders expected him to carry out hi pledges The Governor issued a manifesto stating that ho would certainly sign it The next morning ho started for Annapolis witl but was at a Baltir more hotel byaiitimberof capitalists who wore averse to payinga personal tax and Importuned him toreconsider One hour later he announced tbat hohad changed his mind Then men held an indignation Tho City Council of Baltimore passed a resolu tion and the his Excellency to sign Tho Governor went home to think about it and again ho reconsidered Announce through your said ho I am now that ton ytxstorday morninr when two officers of tho court arrested hor ou a bonoh charging with having attempted to kill her son P Norman by means of oroton oil Tho officers had been watch ing the house all night and wero Instructed to arrest Mrs Vandegrift immediately if sho made any attempt to escape but sho inado no such attempt She assumed au nir of Indifference as the crowd of people assembled in front of tho house yesterday morning but her indiffcr vanished when she heard tho shouts of the mob and tho angry threats that greeted her when she opened the doov of her house and informed thoollicevs would take her son with hor Is ho well enough to go they asked Well enough the woman said and laugnod derisively Of course ho Is Theres nothing the matter witli him lts all bosh about him being poisoned Iam goiup to tako him with mo just to show tho people that T am not a Norman however did not utter a word ITo mechanically put on his hat and coat and walked unsteadily to the bo htndhis mother The crowd was so dense that the police had to forco a passago through it in order to reach tho carriage The next instant they followed by the mob cursing and yelling after her run and Chronicle wedding in jail hero yesterday had for principals Oasswoll the con murderer of George Gould and Mrs Gould tho mans widow Tho mar J rlage coromony was performed bv n Justice ol the1 The bridegroom stood in his J jmd the hrido stood in the corridor a pood deal artoctoU by the mouy ami after it was ovor expressed self as perfectly happv The couple hcen iu lovo for twenty yeais and during time lived man and wifo on the farm wliere Casswell was a hnvd man A your or so ago Ccorga Gould employed on Tho farm and to ploasoher relatives slio heoanio his wife On tho return of iho from church they were mot by Cassweil with a shotgun As Gould ontored tln house Casswell shot Jiiin through tho head and killed him in stantly Mrs Gould visited tho prisoner in and at his trial throe wooks ago gave evideuco iu his favor It was clear that sho still loved him sii there was next u 710 surpriso expressed whon wiUiln a day or in was v whispered that the prisoner and his victims widow had had i private interview iu jail and that sho had mado an offer to marry him wns found guilty of nnirdor Jn tho seooml lrsrreo uud will bo sentenced to tho Statts prison for lifo on Friday He is r voLovan of tho war and receives a peu sonof SJJ a month ARKESTSD FOR IKN Depew on the Southern Question YORK April Depew vast difference betweenthe two a promisotOiny husband andI jmythiug as a wifo that an honest woman disclaini I have now ihp once lo mv domestic affairs that I intend to miike Mv professional life the my private Ufa beings to my husband said thatj been sisterj who has been dangerously for the ipaBtVtwo months andthat tend tostart Her nerves byV this constantnursiiislahd recupetated and Tvould1 itliis early fall in Mr Ward refused ppsitively to the separationVVbut had wifes naturetliese words all she has1 written lished did her great is the CHicAGO Orleans 64 i JNTow Tori presided at the regular meeting of York Association of Yale Alumni tonight arid made an impromptu speech upon tbo South touching upon some things ho had seen during his In discussing tho race problem he said thatoducaticn and accumulation would splvo it as it would evils of New bad government over persons as ignorant and illiterate as any negro in the Saiitt Stock Yards April Stock Yards Company of San incorporated with a capital to establish stock yards for collecting stock of allkinds Jor sale A of houses areto be established in various cities Two1 of each Will be erected at the stock which will be located at Point The bead of tbe company pres ident of I Sioux City I6wal Itis established v at Los lAlngeles San Diego 3 An UmbrellaTliief NEW YORK April B Clarke formerly property manat of the Ac ate America Vas afternoon bri tho bill should od I will sign to This seemed to settle it bub It didnt Again the brokers and bankers went to work and every railroad president lent his aid The men who owned ground rents used their Once moro his Excellency wavered and again he changed his mind since then andtoday ho tcmkes his sixth and he saysr his lasb decision and gives his which ho says are based ona circular Issued by a gasbroker The feeling against Jackson by the Democrats as well as tho Republicans is bitter TURF ANJ DIAMOND Elizabeth and Memphis The Baseball Games ELIZABETH N April Weather pleasant track fast Threefourths of a rail Ford ham won St John second Lisimony third Time Free handicap one and an eighth miles Erie won Hamlet second Tim McCormlck third Mile and a sixteenth Golden Reel won second Vandergrift third Time Meadow stakes threefourths of a mile Lima B won Samaria second Belinda third Threefourths of a Hodwon Cant Tell second Theora third Time Minuet second Leo Christy AT MEMPHIS of a julla McGee sec ond VirgedOr Time Seveneighths of a Stevens won King Kpxbury second Iveuilworth third Time Half won Chimes second Time and an eighthsBonnie King won Alphonse Hornpipe third Time second Moun tain third Time THE AltEBICAN ASSOCtAtlOK BALL GAMES St 4 rmii ADE t A 11 9 21 haro stolen the clubhouse one designedlas BOSTON April DJxon be accepted the offer of the Pelican Club London to ght Wallace in June Situation NEW OBXJSASS April from various pointeinMississippi and Louisiana eport the river practically iin i i L hangedi come jre orts that quite rapidly and the outlook is more LONDON dispatch to the from Shanghasays ition ofthe CJilneseTailway question Is post A Tientsin dispatch says that hajf the fpopulatiouis to the house Mrs was inlorvicwod by a rc portcr at tho jail Horo sho said holding up tliat will explain I W3is show you this but I guessI had better not do so now T will wait until tho trial comes The whole thing is an outrage I never tried to poison my son and ho wont say The whole affair is a piece of spite work done because 1 was about to bring suit againstmy late husbands two sons and John Van degrift who hayo opposed meal the lime I was afraid tho mob would kiltmo this morning Thoy wero in a terrible rage I could see that and I was glad to got have you to say to the charge tliafc you caused the death of your husbandby the same 1SS6 Am I charged with Am I Well its a lie Not a word of truth They cant proveit ple of all about theyknowI naver caused his death Did T she I didivt come out here to I here to keep he This was all either had to say A BRVJTAT HUSnAJTO After I walked over jOOtnlles and suf fered the pangs of hunger for many weeks to find him ho kicked me and threw me down Young and Stark stood facing her husband Marcus in the police ourtiyesterday as she thus A few months after the death ofhnr parents Marcus Stark made his appearance in tho little German hamlet and Deborah fell in love with his handsomeface Learning that1 she possessed and he married lier and immediately commencedto squan der tho littlefortune inra most reckless way i It wasnot long before the iHOncy wasall goneand Marcus the farm Leaving and twopretty little children o live as best they could he came to this country She managed to borrowjust enough money to buya steerage ticket Failing to secure though money to carry her to Hamburg vhlch was over 400 miles from where she lved sho started with her two Httlaones in icr arms to walk It was eight weeks he time sho started wheni shearrived in ffamburg Hatless shoeless and dying rom hunger she sank unconscious to the ground with the little children in her arms 5he was taken to a where she lay or many weeks hovering between life and loath On being discharged from tho hos pital she immediately sal Now York ind arrived here one month Last Wednesday afternoon she staggered hrough Lester street Weak from of ood arid exhausted from wandering about he sank unconscious to the sidewalk A oliceman was about to remove her to the when a ybang andpretty voman appenred and allowed to ako her and her children to her home is said the Mrs Stark at supper Tn another noment the door handsome man started to enter He Igbf of Mrs Stark ruid stood on the thresh Id as if petrified She lookfediatlifiii fora loment and then ran to him with a glad With path he threw her to the floor and rutally kicked her Not satisfied with this e dragged Tier into the ball her own stairs Stark No 2 isappeucd and the policeare unable to nd any trace of her In the Essex Market olice court yesterday who as dressed exceedingly Veil wis held for j trial without bail A MOXSTBIt mSFIOURES rilS W1FK Give me said Toseph Cottrell in a store yesterd ay afternoon He ex plained that he wanted strong acid to burn iron and the clerk put him upf an ounce about minutes and said it was not as it would not eat iron As had given him whot he wanted and refused to take the sulphuric acid emptied the ounce bottle in the street and filledwith muriatic acid which Is He tested tills on acarving knife afoot and a long as a mark on it afterward On the fifth floor at 31 Roosevelt streethis was living She wsis residing with her Her sister buritid from there tJie day before and Flood and hJstwochildrenwere doorivhen Cottrell called He had beenthere before and toreturnto him She had hihi seyeral on account of of her and refiised to live Tithhim told her hs would fix her if sliefdid not ON FRAttDS April Associated Stato Representative Wilson with his father was arrested today on an in dictment from the United States Conrv charging pension frauds By fraudulent means thoy secured tho annulment o mar riagos entered into by soldiers widows aiVi then had them reinstated on tho pcnsiOa rolls A RKIilN OTT TEUI1OR IX CUBA HAVAXA April A rolgn of terror ijre vails in Santiago do Cuba owing to the dar ing raids of two bodies of bandits who diivo been ravaging tho country Tho outhiAa recently engaged in a conflict with guards and three of tho latter wore killed are now pursuing the bandits DKSailVKD 3US 1ATK BnntiKonAM April IS Bon Elsoy j colored was hanged this afternoon neck was broken Elsey was executed tlio murder of T W Meadows a conductor In January JSSO In addition to tliis murdered and robbed an old farmer r and iis wifo in Douglas county uvo years ago siiot a policeman in and in December 3SSS robbed and murdered an Italian peddler near this city KING JTOUSD April 18 Henry W King expresident of the State Institution for the who has been1 on trial for two pjist charged with immoral practices tho blind boys in the institution exposure of wiiose conduct created a sensation was today found guilty A MAIL KOBHER AJUIESTED ROCJIBSTKU N April Abraham Bogatidus superintendent of malls herv was arrested today charged with robbing the mails ANXIOUS FOR A TRIAL JDUBDQUK April K E Graves and T H Harris president and cashier of tlio defunct Commercial Bank who were dieted last week as mentioned in these patches arrived in the city this j and will demand Immediate trial 1C not granted they will file bonds and return west MiTRDKHEn A w TEJCAUKANA April 1 Today B Sweet and S Stewart had a row iu the formers saloonStewart got the worst tho tight and elevenyearold boy of Sweats royolver fvom tooliind the bar and Stewart killing him The boy was arrested l A FIGHT WITH MEXICAN OUTLAWS EL PASO April Night before party of Mexican outlaws raided the ranch of John Barnes ten miles northeast of L El Paso and got away with twenty seven horses Barnes tracked the thieves Mountain Pass eight miles of Ei Paso Ho came to this city for help and returned with Deputy United Marshal man of Preside county and Goorge JTerald to capture the outlaws who overtaken Jn the mountains A fight ensued and Fusselnian was shot d end from his r with three ritlo balls in his head His re mains were brought in is mornlngl posse chased the outlaws to the Bio Grande and lost them in a bog where tho could not go The outlaws are led by noted Mexican cutthroat DISLOYAL WAR CLAIMANTS FRIENDS OF THE WHO WANT RELIEF The Xoyalfcy cf Southerners Discussed lalj tlio Bill for tho Admission of JsewMexico i WASHTNGTON April the request introduced a bill for tho admission of New Mexico He said he not in doing so intend to commit one way or the other Referred Hawlcy tried to call up the Worlds bill urging tlie importance of speedy but on motion of Dolph tho Senate into executive session tho doors were reopened askedunanimons consent tho laid before the Seoate day as ucflnished business Tho clerk read the titleof the Examiners that was not pose and lie manifested pleasure Among bills were the Tho Sen ate bill authorizing tho tion of a bridge across the Missouri at the city of county South Dakota The Senate bill creasing the pension of General widow to S75 a month On motion of Uawley the Senate to consider the Worlds Fair biin atcly after tlse morning business on day House on War denouncea oue of the most infamous jobs ever been foisted upon Thomas said that he had member of the committee that if bill passed it yroalA be because he could prove claims in the bill were clajros or person notably d Isloyal Whence again saw his wife 7 oclock He she the door to through the wide glass neclt heeihptiedltho ounce face guessVl come now raen happened to be Oneieye was he hadbroii his disloypLlpejsons been examined i ;

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