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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - April 23, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                CIRCULATION EXCEEDING THAT i i IN THE CITY COMBINED j THE BEST MEDIUM X THK REGIONS LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY MOKSnCSTO APKIL 23 1890 PKICE CONSTERNATION I who editor of MM tiiiateiiui 1 i 7 Itsiv been twice imprisoned and finally i from the country sulVcrlng 1 of newspaper property HiI lumlfr wus expelled from Guatemala tilxnit Uii months iK mid sliiec then Secre tary Uluirie iia been pcrsInUMit in hs en to pcnulsMuii for llollandfr ntuiii lo After repented uji the purl of the Harlllos Govuni riim Secretary IMaimmduy MiiiNUr MUner lu notify the OovernnKMit thill a of uii juM natmoiil Hollander would imperil flu rilatlunrt Iietween Guaicniiila i JHK I lie irnlted This means Unit CiuiHiiiitlii miiM adhere to the stipu of JKMI Iii case slie declines a stsrl riipiitrf lie avoided There Is n friIius In the Si n to Department that Ouate mii has reached her limit In Mils and that only eiiortfel l will meet the sltuu tidll 41 The Tribune Interrupts it Sli lliuil for Banalls Scalp MORE APPLICANTS NOW APPEAR Tho Whole Mutter in rrumonfM Hit AtfHtMilMiral A BOCK SPRIGS HORROR Thirty Coal Miners Entombed in a urning ffline THE FIRE BEYOND ALL CONTROL A PritflitruI Situuticm on the Missis or Wheat KpKiu Notcw i SALT fAKK TIMIIKNK liiri IT SI i t r AurU isno I tin Ikparl iiiini At Mr oHko today it sniil worn I will Id Tho MOW HvWnillly iind if iho ImpiMidtm wnl THK TitiurNK IIJIM 1 in Mm Miiutly I Is Mow Will wliatiVLr Ilitillmil Iclirrniliuilitiii niiiy to havi hills DiUiMi IIP In week hurt Ixiii urKlnf upon Sonuliir nonsUldnilltm nf tint filuho and lie promised thai It will be taken up at eiirllesl The silver as Ilkoly however U ln given preeerlenoe an tlm Sormto Is anxious to push miiLters lo an oarly vote Till ASTITltUSlT HI Mi WAfuriNWoN ApiU on Jiiflioliiry hus ordered a on tliu Sun ato The Seiuilo on and Forosnr todny hud under eoiislduraUm Vuuees bill to provlrlo for a of wnrolioiiHW for farm prorluce l the country lo operated Uic Qm ernment which Is Issue upon of Krnlii thnniln Colonel Io I Of the AllUnujo rend a lung uiKiniiont In mipport of tho he Hiilfl wus hy appolnud of KuruierH Alliance and us trlal AHhinuo lilcl at St or j 1S80 lie the decline In UK cillttiral values In of Hio tnlirve OHM and develrtpmenl of oUiuP Industries mid Interests durinR IliO imstUn dneiules and Inslsiecl thut should be lone for tlui fanner llo olmrfied tho upon the HiuiiiHal of tho f v ormnont In li shpilcort money and lowpriced pnnluotn The remedy Oolonel sujTKested wus threefold To restore silver to Us dlwnliy untl as a money mot will nil tho ofeolriiiKo iind all the of a which possesses A siillleUuit imifuintof ctirronoy direct totlie people n low rutn of liitor osl to meet the leviltlmate demiincls nf the utid which shall be leKiilleuder for nil debts publle and Thlrd To secure losueh Issues nlty the money meliils by ImsInK them mil tunable siiiwIanMiil valiiiw fol Iolk was followed by lr O W Mo Onue ehiilrrnan of the Nntloniil Jommltteo Kirislctioii of tho who nd dressed bimself more purtleuliuly to the and doMillH of syslein of ware houses in he bill He asserted llat morehandlselhus stored would not de teriorate the market standard thut The system hud proved feasible jind priictl cahle In Cullfornlii where tho JrunKeis Iliink In ISSO loaned on cortllleutes to the dinners i n wheat deyiusltcd In wuretioiises owned Hiul controlled by thorn THK JHKMONT UKT1 ItKMKNT The Ireslclcnt tnduy sent lo tho Senate the nomination of Kreiuont of New York to bo n ueuernl of the United Mules Army on tho retired list Till MKN 1 HIM NT The silver mon were In spirits this inornlni over ihe results of tho Kopublkau livst iind claim it sub slautlal vletory fcellnj ran pretty hiRh at times 1 II SIlIlK rONKtllMKP 1 II Shupe been continued as Kojrls tir of Otllce at Oregon THK Illtt from the on AlVnlrs todny reported tothe House the IMplomalle iinl Appro nrlutiou bill The juuiHint appro mlaled by the bill Is The mnnuuMipproprlated by the bill last year was of which was jippropriiited on aeeount of Samuii und for the lapanese IndemnUy TUB AIlltOIlM ATIOSS The tommllteo on IostoHUC and Post roads 1oiay completed the Pnstotlleo Appropriation bill for the fiscal year ISiU It carries an nprropriat ion of more thiiu the appropriation for the current liscal year 80 A Rout IAKIH April The says a French force of Hindi ii rcconnoissjinco of the position held by niihonilans suvon kilo meters from Novo arid Hiibsuqnuutly phire Tim Kronch force woro eoinpellvd to retreat to Torto Novo aftor IYeneh soldiers uricl twenty natlvo wern killed or wounded Tho loss of the was heavy POLITICS IN THE HOUSE T1IK NOT RUN TO SUIT SovvTlKiy Wiuii tlio t ration A Senate Ilcic N April tlio Senate Onclcrell ollerod a resolution which was uKrced lo dlreetluK the Siiperliitonckuit of to communicate to tho SfJimtc tho forms of rules und touiiluLlons adopted by lilm for Ktatlstlas an tu farm Plumbs resolution for tin Increase of the Treasury and coinage of silvorwas presented and movod as an addition to It a rurtlier resolution that the free toluJiKoof sllvotIs ossoiitial to a sound financial policy und Is ilemitiidcd by all the Kieat Interosls ot tin country and that Minrefore all laws limiting tho ooliuiKU of sliver ought to ho ropoiilod Plumb consented to let tlio resolution 1 lo over to givo an opportunity to ad dress Soiialo Mr Mitchell addressed the Senatolu favor of the constitutional amendment proposed by him for the election of Senators by a popular vote Already fifteen chunges had been made lu Iho Constitution and who could say that of hart not been well advised All those amendments led up logically to tho pending proposition The present of olucting Senators ho de clared was unrepuhlloan and vicious It was In purpotm a declaration that for some reason It was unsafe to commit tho election of Senators to a vote of people and a reflection on tho honesty or capacity or both of tho voting classes Among other things Mitchell declared that secret executive sessions wero no longer In harmony with the spirit of tho ago rvllo of monarchy and should fincl no recognition In At tho conclusion of Mltcholls remarks the was ro ferred the Committee on Prlvlleges and Elections The IIouso iimonclment to tho National Park bill was agreed to and tho bill now goes U the President Tho IMslrlct of Columbia Appropriation bill was passed and after executive session Seiuito Happens Aoovdiui to Mif4 Irojjtiostiontions OTTAWA April 2C ITiinuXK Sun Vranclsco Chroiiitlc Scries on shown a tolecrram iespect hiK tho earthquakes on Queen tharlolte s Innd said I have received numorous letters from California tihouttho eurthouakes foretold by Krlckson I told them that there would be no onrtluiuakos onnslnjJ dlsplacomont in Callfornlu or any part of North America north of the Kio Grando during the remainder of the present century Whon I predicted tho torm In March I said its plnnotiviy ortRhi would be Droved by in tho Northern Pftclflo and Southern Kurope which would follow tho storm mid this earthquivlco in Oueon Charlotte Island is a verlticfitlon of what I said Without doubt Vesuvius must bo in sorlous action within throe months Wo have yet to receive Information of sorl ous civrtluiuakes In tho Pacific Islitnds and Jnpin Wo can see at a Blanco that there must bavo been henvy curthquakes In tho pacific Ocean or in other words hi tho BOUOOUS hcmlsphcjc of the earth by tho great floods which arc reported from Aus GUATEMALAS BAD BJSHAVIOK A Serious Situation Creutcd ly an American KIi tors Troutiiient NEW YORK April TIHEUMB Dispatch Francisco Ckrmiiclc Series Tho rela tlon beftweoa this Governmont und that of Guatemala bavo beogrne soicowhat sfcialuod Jlouso rriTON Ajiril moved that tlie IIouso concur In thoSonato amond inents to the Worlds Kalibill This being agreed to the bill was dually passedand will be sent to the President The louse then went Into of tho Wliolo on the Legislative Appropriation bill liutterworth In a brief explanation of the bill said that In somo bureaus of tho de partments there was substantially a civil pension list It consisted of a number of old persons who had faithfully served the In the but who were no lunger able to perform heir duties They carried on the rolls but wore of no service to Government The Committee on Appropriations had allowed an Inerease In the clerical force of tho Civil Serviuo Commission substantially us requested by the commission Ofielcerv the bill It provided for the appointment of 141 new ofllcors at a cost of Hi Referring to the olvll pen sion he saUl that In tho departments there were employed IIH7 persons who were whollv w part lull v Inoluolent but who drew salaries amounting to He believed if was new blood In tho departments llfty or a hundred clerks could be dis charged at a saving of a year Allen quoted from aspeech de livered bv Cannon anc used as a campaign document declaring that the Keptiblicau party wns devoted to tho country and would If It came into power administer the Govern men t with greater economy and uroiitly reduce the expenditures Mo then quoted from the civil service plank of tho Republican party and from President Har risons letter of neceptaneo but the Repub lican party had gone back on Its promises and be would call the of the countiy to tho civil service pretensions of tho Administration Allen recalled a story as showing a Re publican oplnloli of the Administration which was to tho elVcct that meeting a Re publican and asking him what he thought of It he received tho following reply runs the Siuuhiy school Lev rims tlio tmr Uubv runs tho White House Ami daina it horo wi Bland addreood himself to a discussion of Ihe monetary quostlou He had never rc this question as a party one but from the fact that tho Kepubllcans wcro holding caucuses It would seom that they were going to mako It one Let the bill be brought In as any other business bill would be brought in not under tho gag tho caucus llo proceeded o speak In favor of silver and characterized tho bill de monetizing bill Cannon ronllod to Dockorys criticism Tn view of the last Administration and tho last caucus it see mod that tho goutloman had swallowed a camel then and now was strain Inn at a gniit In tho Fiftieth Congress I there were created OSS otttces with an aggre gate expenditure of The increase In salaries made by the pending bill was only SoOOO The Increase in salaries made In the MmctV Congress was Williams criticised tho House fur not bringing In a bill for tho t lenient of the silver question and thus re lieve the oppressed people of the country Grosvenor suid the anxiety manifested on the Democrat Ic side in regard to tho popu larity and success of the Administration best slim that the Eepubllcan side ought to bo satisfied with tho Administra tion Speaking of tho civil service system he said he could not believe that tho law and its administrationwas approved by 01107 iifth of tho members of cither House of Congress He was told that there ivoro on tho eligible list enough young men and women to of the places for twentyfive years to come yet tho young men and women in his district woro cajoled and urged to spend their time and money in being examined wheivthe men who issued tho invitations know the chances were that only ono in a thousand would got a position Lodge defended the Jaw and vesonted its being characterized as a hum bug Und fraud finishing thobUl the committee roso and tho House adjourned Dispatched JSaw Orleans to KCSOHC theDrown ing Crevasses Reported to Sinings coal mine No 4 with an un derground area of nine miles a capacity of live hundred curs a clay and tho prestige of producing tho best fuel mined In the West IH on ire with no hope oC extinguishing the lames under three months It is the prop erty of tbo Union Pacific and valued at a million dollars Tho Chinamen who cook grub in their rooms in violation of tho mining rules and Territorial laws tuo to blame for the de struction of property and loss of life The fire was discovered at 1 oclock this morning but was kept in hand until about 0 then it commenced to spread rapidly and tho men were ordered to the Thoy had boon nervous for somo time and mutiny was threatened an hour boforo tho general alarm was sounded Thoy made a mad rush for the surface Tlio loticlors whoso pallid features hlfiht onod tho effect of tho dust gathered on their just Issuing from tho shafts mouths when an explosion which was heard for miles made the earth quiver and loos ened coal In the other mines At tho report tlio throe thousand people living In the camp swarmed to tlio entrance ot Number L Tho agonizing cries of frightened women and children woro ohorused with tho yells curses of norvous rnou There woro calls for volunteers for a ros oulng party and a score of brave mon re sponded Their disappearance was tho sig nal for another explosion louder and more forcible than the Sovdii of the searchers woroinjured ono past recovery Tho camp scorned panicstricken but the appeals and demandsof tlio women for roKCUors wore raised above tho other cries A dozon mon descended this time and ro turned In a few minutes with six insensible Chinamen and said that ton others of tho race had been soon lying prostrate Two of tho rescued Chlnambn cllod at onco f Throe occurred in rapid each sooming more tonIblc than ahoprooocling ono Smoko issued in dense volumes from all bho entrances and further rosuuo work was abandoned There avo at 1 oast thirty miners lu tho jnlno mostly Chinese All tlio entrances havo boon closed and ovory effort Is being made to keep certain bounds MISSISSIPPI EXPEDITIONS NKW ORLEANS April Nichols has received tho following from llayoti Sara Wo havo been overwhelmed by tho storm and rain Crevassos aro numerous along tho front The old Morgans Icvoo is broken bond a boat at once to save tho people or thero will bo groat loss of Governor Nichols afc oneo nmclo arrange ments with the owners of t tho stoamor Arthur Lambert and a barge hhon at Hat on Rouge Tho bout started Immedi ately with burges to render assistance Other bouts will be scut up to night Governor Nichols was interviewed this evening and stated that Captain Jackson nresklonfcof the international Transporta Company had placed two steamers with barges at His disposal Ho had ac cepted them and they aro now on route for Me stated that ho had also Telegraphed to CaptainWhoolock and Cap Ulnlohn A Grant of the Southern Pacific romiostlug the use of tho stoamor Society Tho Texas Paciiio officials in this city aro In great fear of an overflow of their linos which traverse tho Jlorgaiixa coutry Tho nuuorlng in Pointo Coupe is terrible Tt is ronortod that tho pooplo are resorting to trees for safety Skiffloads of people are passing through and over the inundated street seeking safety on tho hi Is Tho situation In Bayou Sara Is frightful Not a house In town Is above Tho break at JUorgatua is now 400 foot wido and no doubt will soon eat Its way down to Now MoiKim There aro three breaks between Hayou Sara and Morgan and the river Is washing over tho lovco along tho entire lino TWO JIORB jmEAics WEST April crevasses occurred In the Atohafalya lovocs today one iivo miles abovo town eighty foot wide and tho other at Churcivvllle fourteen feot wide The water is running over the levees at a dozen dlilevont places A D1SASTKOUS CRKVASSE JACKSON April protection levee in front of Vodalla broke stibmorging a number of houses The Lake Concorclia lovco gave way p ni Thebroak Is nttoon feet wide and tho wator Is going through like a mill race This break will flood tho lower portion of Ooncordia parish can not fall to bo disastrous WDBB KXPLOSION April An ihohy towdor Companys mill at Negaunoo caught flro andexploded shortly after 0 oclock lontght shocking tho whole of Mar ti not to county Twenty inimites later thoro was another heavy explosion The fiio scattered atid is still burning and somo of tho packing houses may go up Tho shock in this city eleven miles distant was severe while in Nogauneo stouo fronts blown In The police are on duty to protect tho goqcls No ono Avas killed Tho loss is not obtainable tonight An by to uight Bradlaugh severely attacked Graham for inciting a strikeamong the starving laborers Ho contended that tho condition of the working classes had enormously im proved and that in this respect England stood in advance of ovory nation in Europe Graham aftor futile efforts InterruptedBradlaugh and denied that ho had incited tho people to violence but said that ho would doso tliomoment that ho could become poworful THE UNIVERSAL BAXK The Company Said to BeOrgnnizod AVith Twenty Millionsi Capital NEW YoiiK April Dispatch Francisco Paris cable who notoriety lately in New York In connection with Universal engaged in floating tho is or ganlzlng a board ofdirectors take charge of tho French branch of his bank He also asserts that Now Yoek ecclosir apical labored under insippre hcnsiun when they coiiJtihiicd the banking venture Since then accord ins to Leynourn thla niisapprehension hsis litOn cleared away and his company has in York with W 11 a prominciit law yer at iis head Investigation in this city seems to bear out at least in part the contents of tho cable given above Since tho sweeping ex posiiij of thu venture last Doceinbur it was generally supposed thatthe Universal Asso ciation Uank and TrustCompany as tho in stltutUm was known wus dead Yet from all accounts the promoters of the scheme have gone steadily ahead and now assort thai they will begin business in this cay in Aiigiisc next with a paidup capital of The Villain Foiled SALISBURY April Sbr callotte and Victoria Wright were being married in a country church near hero and the clergyman was about to declare them man and wife when an aunt of tho young woman appeared upon the scene with a let ter from the wife of Scrcallettc The aunt asked the minister to read the letter aloud When tho mlnistor had finished reading the letter the wouldbe bride fell in a swoon and Sctmilleuc In the excitement left tho church and disappeared A Kailway Meeting NKW YORK April annual meet ing of the Calabrisas Tucson North western Eallraad was hold Tho election of directors resulted as follows Charles Bodge Charles P Sykos W B I Benedict N Faulkner P K Croon John Van ness George 0 Scoflold Edward Bono el lot Homy Belden Edward Westell Eugene Sykes Charles 15 Drake and H Stevens A Drop in Gold NfiW YOHK April Co lato this afternoon received a dispatch from Buenos Ayres convoying intolligonco of a heavy deollno of gold quotations at that place A drop from M5 to took place yesterday and a further decline to 2AC oc curred THE CRIMINAL RECORD WHAT IT COSTS TO MURDKU A MAN IN Wootlrnirs Cronln Story Kill JSach Kentucky Girl Murdorcil BALTIMOJIE April TRIBUNE Dis San Francisco Chronicle One hundred dollars blood money Is the price which the Baltimore County Court has charged William 13 Christopher a woll known man about town forithe privilege of kill InK Charles P Loguo also a wellknown sporting man Thero had boon two mJs trlals and tho flue imposed was tho result of a com prom iso between the State Attorney and tlio prisoners counsel to which the Court assented Tho killing was tho result of a quarrol over a woman CHINES RESTRICTION IN A jlURDBtt TKlAt ST LODIS April Associated Press J Tho Ohlneso Restriction act cuts an Im portant Ignro In a murder trial pending in thu criminal court of this city The case Is that oC William Mullen and William Pinks ton colored charged with tho rnimlor of a Chinaman named Ah Jim Ah Jims partner Ah Quong subsequently wonl to Chinti wherohomarrlcfi returning with his wlto to this couubry Tbo authorltiesrc fused to lot the woman land and Ah Quong says ho proposes to go back with hoito China Ho is needed hero to identify tho mon 011 trial as he was present Ah Jim was killed FARM fifiS KILL EACft OTHER ST LOOTS April Advices from Dallas county Arkansas say that two w allknown Kit Walsh and Henry Owons got Into a dispute about the ownership of and a desperate fight ensued In which Walsh nearly severed Owens head his body with a hay cutter killing him hi stantly and Walslrwas fatally injured by blows from a hoe in tbo hands of Owon WOODRUllfS CKONIN STOKY CHICAGO April Tho sensational con fession of Frank Woodruff which was so generally published lasbautuma and which among other things stated that Alexander Sullivan vicopresideut of tbo National League lu Woodruffs presence handed a sum of money to Martin t Burke ono of Cronins nnuderers has been entirely discredited by the authorities here Stato Attorney Lcmgneckor dismissing the charge of murder against Woodruff thus referred to the sensational confession State has no evidence to Implicate defend unt in tho Oronin murder except the state ment or confession of Woodruff himself We have after a full investigation comq to tho conclusion that the confession was wholly fabricated by tho that ho had no connection whatever with tho Croiiin1 murder Tho State will there f oro nor prosecute Woodruff upon the in To an Associated Press representative today State Attorney Longneckersali am satisfied that Woodruffs confession was simply a lie from beginning to will however that at tho beginning wo credited It so much so greatly mis led and hampered in working case Tho fact is as we now Woodruff simply maclo up tho ivholestory lu tho hope that his knowledge of greater crime might soouro him for tho lesser otTonse horso stealing lam satisfied that Woodruff knew nothing about and had nothing to do with the Craniamur der in any His story simply the cunning subterfuge of an invet oriuo liar and amateur horsothiof We are going lo send him to tho pou for horse steal ing If wo v Woodruffs confession widely circulated at that time did great injustice der Sullivan and whose namosvhe freely used A KENT0CKV TRAGEDY April A report comes from Oastleburg that S Priiiovillc on Saturday shot ana killed Frank When Phillips first vmct Smith some weeks charged him with being tho man wlio during the war haS PJuliipss father arrested and sent to prison This lie denied apparently sattsfyingOPhil lips That out Smiths quarters and shot him whileln bod inflicting a Avound which was painful but not When Smith recovered ho got from Governor Fleming of inia a Governor Buckner lor Phillipss from Governor Bucknor Smith was to arrest Phillips when the latter was killed Kiiiiisi HIS Bio RArrDS Nelson a Swede this morning swsctheart Annie Nelson because shere fused to marry him fattier L for bidden the union and the girl objected to disobeying his will her as going to nod into thewoods and was i dead with a bullet through Jiis April TJiVmysterious stranger who daynight atWillow Is now thought by have been hone other than who1 several months ago shot vajiidv killed Deputy Marshal Paris 1 ALL THE BROiSERS ASK Twenty Thousand Dollars for a SullivanJackson Mateli THE CALIFORNIA ATHLlTICS OFFER IT Billy Smith Knocked Inter national Regatta The Baseball Hitting at Wrestling Races BUFFALO N April TRIBUNE Dis Francisco Chronicle largest crowd that over attended a wrestling match in BulValo went to the Music Hall to night to sec Hugh Leonard and Demils Gal lagher struggle catchasoatcbcau for a 8500 purse olferecl by tho Buffalo Athletic Club Gallagher won the first fall in thirty minutes and Leonard tbesecond In ono hour and six minutes Then for fiftyeight min utes tho men wrestled midnight when both wcro almost too exhausted to continue although Gallagher was in the bestshape Both consented to referee McMahou of De troit calling it a draw and the club direc tors thereupon declined to pay to either any portioirof tho puree FEATHERWEIGHTS SAIL IN CrriCAOo great crowd of sports filled the Mndison Street Theater this evening to see Murphy and the featherweight champion of tho northwest Tommy White spar together with several lessor lights Murphy early in his contest seemed to become possessed of an idea that While was trying to knock him out ami sailed in hammerand tongs knocking him down At tills Tommy waxed wroth and sailing into Murphy drew tho eliiret from his nose with a clever right bander Thoaudience yelled with delight evidently thinking thoy wore about to see a knockout but tho police stopped to tho front and squelched tho ardor of the combatants THE INTERNATIONAL JIKCSATTA LEXINGTON April Uanlon tho champion oarsman has roccivod a telegram that 000 hasbeen raised for a tournament to bo hold at to be called the Worlds International Kegotta Hanlan will go into training at once to take part as docs also his protege The dates 2Cth inclusive A rcmsB FOR TACKSON AND SAN FRANCISCO April I presented tho recommendation adopted by tho board of directors of tho California Athletic Olub last night to the effect that of bo subscribed for u contestto a finish between John L Sullivan andPeter Jackson The club had already agreedto givo these heavyweights a purse of but Sullivan had posl tivoly refusedto enter the contest for that Tho recommendation mot with general fayor and when It was put to a votobBfpirJihe club it was adopted almost is understood the fight will not take place before September CAHROLL KNOCKS SMITH OUT Timmy Carroll of Brooklyn and Billy Smith of Australia fought at the California Olub tonight for a purse of Both men middleweight Car roll weighing 371 and Smith 161 Both are notedfor their rushing tactics and tho fight started In this way Hrst ten rounds Smith apparently had tho best of tho fight and inflicted severe punishment oil Carroll also receiving somo himself After that Canoil began to light with desperation Smith grew weaker and was finally knocked out in tho fourteenth by a terrific blow from Carrolls left ou his Players Brotherhood BUFFALO April tho Brotherhood game this afternoon Buffalo again had an easy victory over Cleveland Attendance SCOllE Riiffalo 2020014 410 0 1 1030007 Base 23 Cleveland 6 2 Cleveland 4 Mack aud Gruber and Brenimn and Jones HARD HITTING AT BOSTON April thousand people attended tho Brotherhood game this after noon aud hard hitting was douo by both clubs tho visitors having the best of It SCORE 1 1 i 1 0 0 1 28 Brooklyn 0 202002 010 Base S Brooklyn 9 3 Brooklyn 4 liudbourno and Murphy Sowders and Kinfilow and Barnes IlTJ PITTSBURG GAME PITTSBDUG April 1500 apeota tors saw theChicagoboys beat the home In game this after noon SCOUK 0020000 0 202 1 Base 3 Chicago 12 2 Chicago 4 and Carroll King and Boyle and Guunhig AN EXCITING NEW YORK GAME NEW YORK April Brotherhood game this afternoon was exciting from start to finish Attendance 1400 SCORE Now 3 1 0 I 413 0 0 0 HO 2 00S Base Philadelphia 11 York 3 Philadelphia 3 and Ewing Cunningham and Hallman ana Holbcrt The National League CINCINNATI April thousand spectators attended the League gainethis afternoon The Chicagos by their clean batting and errors of the home team were enabled to win un easy victory SCORE w 2 0 3 Ov 0 0 0 9 5 IKU 0 4 2 0 0 0 3 ousS 7 Chicago 12 1 Harrington Coughlin andKittrecige WORK BOSTOW April National League game this afternoon Boston won easily enigma to the SOO1 SCORE 0 0 0 l 0i 1 3 3 1 0 Base 12 Brooklyn 5 0 Brooklyn 9 and Bardie Terry and turned the this aftorhobriliv a tedious game Gleasonproved too mucuvlbr the homo Attendance 20 3 A4 0 i 0 v3 0 vp 07 Kew York 2PhiladclphIa Slwrwck and OKourkc Gleason and Clomuiits Uuipiri Quinri THE fiAMC AT PITTSBCRG CUft April Four hundred peo gathered at the National League grounds tosoAthoClovohmdsboat homo team It was a cleverlyplayed game SCOUE Pitwhurjr 0 001000001 1 0 0 0 0 I Base S Clevoland 12 Pittsburjr 3 Clwlniu 1 Sowdurs iiul Miller Bcatm and 2immor Zacharias The Association Games i 1 LOUISVILLE St 9 I 2 BROOKLYN 7 2 The Knees MEMPHIS April drilling rain fell through the programme track slippery Five won Koso Howard second IsclSiu AVolf third Time Fivo Anulo won Armieo second Mamlo Louso third Tlmo Fivo Dunee won National second Annie Brown third Time Mile and an won Buckler socoml third Time Fivo won Daly 1 se cond EigthtoSeven third Time AT LlNnEN PAKK LINDEN PARK N April open ing lay of tho Blood Horse Association races Six won Braddortt second St John third Time Four dead heat between Hands Off and Tendency Best Boy thhd Time 40J Seven won Sam Morse second Kenwood third Time B won Golden Rod second Time Six Rod won Zulu sec ond Stockton Bird third Time Six Gray won Little Bare foot second Mattlo Looram third Time Six won Louise sec ond Little Monarch third Time INTERNATIONAL MATRIMONY THE ROMANTIC STORY OF TUB WIDOW COOrBK A Milwaukee Woman to Marry nn Italian Girl Marries a Britislicr j LONDON April Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle Another American woman is going to marry a for eign title This time it is not ono with a million of money but ono with a romantic history Not so many years ago Nellie Mar tin was tho belle of Milwaukee Sho wiis married to Sidney Cooper a rising New York lawyer They went to Washington to 15vo where they became conspicuous by Mrs Coopers daughter Florence cowhkiing Sena tor Ferry of Michigan because of stories afloat concerning the hitters alleged inti macy with Mrs Cooper President Garlluld afterwards appointed Cooper as Consul at Cadiz through the influenceof Matt Car penter Sidney Cooper went to MonteCarlo where ho tried his hand the gaming tables but ho lost all ho had and committed suicide His widow came to London whore she has been prominent during the few past making occasional visits to Carlo While there she mot Count Sogardi an im poverished Italian aristocrat hailing from Rome who fell in love with her Today It is formally announced that on lth next the wedding will take place She is several years older than the young man who wants to marry her A M1ERCJJNAKY imiTISHEU Speaking of international marriages an other case which has been for two days tho subject of gossip in the American colony be comes practically public property because today ConsulGeneral Now was appealed to for his assistance in saving an American woman from tho Britisher who married her for bor money under false pretenses Last season Ida W Woodruff of New York was one of the most popular American women in London society She was hand some reputed rich and much sou cut after Among the many men who courted her was Tames Grean who represented himself to be a man of means doing a real estate business with an income of a year They were married Tomorrow Ida G Green will start for America with her invalid sister Miss Darr Mrs Green says she Is going because her sister is too ill to travel alone but there is another reason Since the wedding Green and his wife have lived afc a fashionable West End hotel and his conduct there leaves no doubt that his failure to get complete possession of her property has brought about a quarrel which will result in a permanent separation Sines then he has used every effort to get possession of it even so far Mrs Green says as to threaten to lock her up lu a lunatic asylum TRIAL The Court Convenes and the Com mander Pleads Not Gnilty NEW Yoitiv April The courtmartial of Commander McOalla of the Enterprise began at the Brooklyn Navy Yard The charges are by the recent court of inquiry and include several of cruel and violations of the articlo for the government of the RearAdmiral David B Harmony is dent of the court Lieutenant Perry Advocate is assisted by Lieutenant William H Slay tor of the marine corps Availing himself of the privilege granted by the Commander McCalla objected to Captain Beardslee commandant of the receiving ship as a member of the court The objection McCalla entered a formal plea of not Vuilty to ailthe charges and specifications and made a formal request for copies of all tho courtmartials held ou the Enter prise duriugher cruise and also martials on Commander Grossman and Captain Ammon It was resolved to send to to Washington for the originals Premier McDonald on Divorce OITAWA April fTBiBTOT Dis Francisco Chronicle In the House of Commons tonight Premier McDonald spokeon thfj subject of divorce The celebrated divorce in which a separation was asked for on the tlea of nonconsummation marriage probably InVoTted liis The House threw out the bill tonight The Premier said that the system of divorce in the United States was one of the greatest social abuses of the and that he trusted Canada would never consent to having such a system He present par procedure is the only system for Canada although it Is spine what tedious Stabbedtotlie Heart AYyoung woman named formerly con sorted with aprinter named Gh arles Jatik son was aribkingin with a police inan camo a brief conversation with her and her with a knife Jack son escaped vv HRWINOOMSCASTIBATIDH A Suggestion That the Secretary Attend to His Business OPINIONS OF THE SILVER SENATORS The Senate Will Now Go Ahead Ke jardless ol tho The Mouse Committee Will Accept the Senate Silver Men Jubilant SALT LAKI j 517 Fourimith uvot r WASIUNOTON 1 April Tho silver mon aro jubilant over tho ac tion 01 tho caucus hist niglft in recommit ting subject to the subcom mittee and the subsequent action of tho subcommittee this afternoon in deciding to hold another conference with the Senate committee It is the understandlns that tho House committee aro prepared to rwedo from their opposition to tho pro posal for the redemption of bullion corUli in lawful inoiidy The tcrriblo cjustigntton Secretary Windom by SouaUir Stow art this morn ings pupor is tho tulk oC tho oity The Senator handled the Seorotnry without gloves and plainly told him o niJiul his business which no legislative function CStMiator Stewarttoday InspeiikingoTin TKJBDNE correspoudeut said thai ho was tired of Wiudoms assumptions and masquerading aud that his reply was intended to be an offensive response to an offensive assault ou silver aud bimetalism TJSIXEIlS STUONG Senator Teller one of the five KepnblScan Senators chosen to represent tho Senate In its light with the used somo pretty strong language whon speaking of the sub ject of Secretary Wiwlomf letter and the evident policy of the Administration His statement can be taken us the opinion of a majority ofthe Republican Senators Sen ator Teller said The appearance of letter has caused a good deal of feeling lu the Senate and T think you may safely say that we shall take it as tho of the Administration in the sliver question I do not think there will be any more caucuses on the subject In the Senate and if 1 inter pret the expression of Senators correctly the disposition now will be to go on with our legislation regardless of the opinion and preference of tho Administration Mr AVindoms policy as Indicated In this letter Is to put the country upon a gold We think the people have sufliclently indicated what they want and 1 think that Congress will be in accord wito tbe popular demand of some law looklngto tho increase of the volume of currency by providing for the con sumption of our silver Wehavoa majority in both Houses who take this view of the question and I havo no doubt that we shall bo able to pass a billwhich will meet tho demands of tho country If when such a bill has passed the President sees fit to veto it he can do so and 1 think wo will then hiive asuniciont majority to pass the bill over Ills veto But I do noi think tho President is likely to come in conflict with Congress on this The concurrent resolution Introduced by Senator Plumb will probably open the dis cussion on the subject tomorrow and the chances are that Mr Windoin will soon dis cover that Congress is able to outline and put Into execution a policy of its own on this question of such great material interest to tho people of the entire country THE COMMITTEE PHOCJSBDINGS WASHINGTON April Associated meeting of the House Re publican caucus this afternoon the discussion showed no material change had taken place sine the last meet ing before1 the caucus although thrive was a more evident desire to come to some agreement with the Senate committee Tbe silver men managed to secure one con cession in the shape of an aneudment to the House bill which was offered a partial compromise absolutely requiring the pinchase of nor less than two million ounces of silver per month no matter at what price The committee was also willing to agree t hat tlio Treasury notes issued in the silver bullion be redeemed in coin or lawful money as well as bullion as proposed by the IIouso bJH but persisted in making a proviso that the Government and not the seller of the bullion have the oflice of determining the medium in which the notes are to be re deemed The two snTicommittcos will meet to morrow afternoon for anotherconference DRIVEN FROM CUBA Exorbitant Taxes Create an Exodus to South America HAVANA April TRIBUNE Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle The an nexation movement is progressing hero rapidly tho enlightened Spaniards con fidently await the end Wheir four hundred farrusare seized for exorbitant taxes which theycannot pay and the unfortunate occu pants arc emigrating to South America no comments arii needed to paiiit the con dition to which Conservatism has reduced Spain itself and to which the press would fafn reduce Cuba Several hundred emigrants at Malaga for Chili and since then J300 have gone to Buenos Alyres The DiarUl dc la quoting irom of Madrid says It is not hard to account for this emigrants aredisreputable characters have abandoned their wives and have robbpd their friends and strangers of large sums of money Means be foundto arrest the movement as otherwise incalculable mischief will be y According to ElFais of Havana the emi grants on board the Salfcrino crowded1 upon the deck as the steamer left the wharf and crjed hi Deathto the Death to the country would have us die of THE ATJCOCKAIJS How They iPutvitbe Screws to the Owner of the Pacliftc an Francisco is at present a illfeel ing between Heury Hart a wd George nurcbased 4MntroUiag i CENTS Pacific Mnll nCoiupauy Goulds wero also uncrossed in tho sauio corporation and thoy desired In to have Jay Gould made president Harts of a largo block of uio stock enabled him to olecit himself president The Goulds said nothing but began lo boar Pacific Mall until it sold hi tho thirties This was mOro than Mr Hart could stand and ho went to Tay Gould and bogged him to accept tho presidency Gould declined for himself but decided to make his son Goorgis president lu return for this concession Hart was made and a certain num ber of places In tho directory were placed at his disposal Carney Kennedy who died two month was 0110 of Hurts directors Since his death Hart has been trying to have one of his relatives put In Kennedys place in tho directory but the Messrs Gould simply shake tlieic heads lament Kennedys death and say it would be disrespectful to his nunnery to roplneo him so soon Thoy wish to wait until the annual meeting when Mr Harts candidate can lie balloted ou by tlio stockholders The City of Berlin Released XKW YOKK Auril of Berlin has been released by tho Custojn Ofllcers hor Capiain asserrini that ho was not a wave yesterday that the nnloadins waa soinp on without a permit Tho Imiinii pivo a stipulation to abide by tho result of tho pending investigation THE LABOR SITUATION AOOUKSS TO THK AVAU JCAVOltlvKUS A Groat Kallroail Striko Tortlund Curpontcrs It lot it liriokmakors Strike YonK April Tho subcommlttco of tho joint Congressional Committee on j Inimigiatiou continued its inquiry today T B McGuire of tho Knights ol Labor was further examined Ho said tho contract labor law docs not work satis faotorily owing to tbo ncRlcctiotheDistrict Auornoy to prosecute cases brought tf his attention Immigration is being stimulated by tho steamship companies by tiition McGnlro swore that tho padrono system was In operation in New York thati Uie padronos got places for Italian iinmi grants on public works by paying the bosses and in return charging tho mon for getting them employment AXTISOCrAWST MlJfKUS nsiiLiN April 22 The Rhenish and Wostphalian minors yesterday adopted resolutions denouncing connection with tho socinllsts are favoring tho formation of a new union on a and patrioticbasls VIJCNSA April 22 Tho minors strike is collapsing HIOTOCS CHICAGO CAKPKNTEHS CHICAGO April Tho striking this morning attacked tlio nonunicn men at work and i police sergeant interfered roughly Finally fifty of tha rioters were v President Gompors of tho Federation of Labor is in the city in cbnicreneo with the labor leaders on tho eighthour movement President Gompors txDnight issued un ad dress to tho wageworkers and sympathizers with tho progress of America llo says In accord anco with tho resolution of tho Boston Convention of tho American Federation of to select si trade toV mako a demand for the enforcement of an eighthour Mon day on May bavo decided United Brotherhoods of Carpenters arid Joiners America shall make the H and in fiueuce of corporate try are to be concentrated to defeat a move ment which seems hot only to improve condition of omployod but which wilK Jind employment and oonscoucntly sava from poverty degradation and dreda of thousands of our idle fellow men and women in view of this situation it will be necessary fortho wago workers and their friends of America to rilly with unanimity of purpose than over be fore to concentrate all their cllorts to con tract and overcome the action of our one mies They must voluntarily contribute thoir mite to place at tlio disposal of tho American Federation of Labor a sum of money sufficient to meet all contingencies This eveniiiK Gompers addressed a mass meeting in Ho denounced as lepers the who were now taking the places of the striking carpenters Chicago THE All the brickmakers in the northern and northeastern part of the city to the number of 1200 struck today for L rate seven thousand bricks for n days work in stead of eight thousand and that tho pay remain the sinie The bosses arc not wor ried vs owing to the carpenters strike everything is a standstill in the building line s A GRAVE RIT0ATJON AT PITTSHTJKO PJTTSHUHO April The Brotherhood otA Railroad Trainmen have taken a p the cause of the switchmen Various meetings held throughout the city but the most I portant was held by the Brotherhood Trainmen which takes in tbo firemen etc They not only resolved to clincto tho switchmen in their but also to present grievances of their own to bo adjusted In addition to the trouble now in hand tho car inspectors freight handlers cSflcrs clerks in the freight oOKxs and rneiv employed in tho transportatloir depart ment will present a list of grievances The shopmen employed In the numerous shops about the city wl 1 ateo present certain demands night is all the inoro Brave In diar tap have notlwen idle while the railroad cials bavcup to tonight treated tho dc j men with sometulng like in r south THE j o April strlkinVv carSerScniaiu Brin Jo tion to make the contractors Is almost at a ing in lUJb Clly ia EIGHT ITOITKS COCEDED YC lud April i tomcrrow a Fenian Story in Saa OBriens novel whi   

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