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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - April 24, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                CIRCULATION EXCEEDING THAT OF THE OTHER BAILIES IN THE CITY COMBINED THE MOST EXTENSIVE AKI BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM XX THE MOUlf TAIM BSQIOT8 TOT 167 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY APKIL 24 1890 PRICE FIVE THE COMMITTEES AGREE The Provisions Contained in the ffcw Silver Kill SOMETHING OF A COMPROMISE Certificates to Be Kctleoinablc in Jjawful Holds Out iov Fro Measure to Bo to Early Passage WASHINGTON April of tho House and Henatu havo agreed upon aphasia for preparation of a silver bill The agreement Is In harmony with tho measure adopted Viy tho Seriate Caucus Committee with an Important amendment Tho bill provides that the Secretary of the Troasury bu directed to purchase from time to tlrno siIvor bullion to the aggregate amount of pure silver in each month at the rrnirko price thereof not exceeding out dollar for grains pure silver and issue In payment Tioasury no ton of the United States bo prepared by tho Secre tary In such form and such denominations not than Si nor more than 81000 us ho may proscribe Tho Treasury notes issued shall tw rodcomablij on demand In lawful money of the United States at the or y any Assistant Treasurer and when so redeemed may be reissued but no greater or loss amount of such notes shall bo out standing at anytime than thu cost of tho silver bullion then held in the Troasury purchased by suoh notes Notes bo receivable for customs taxes and all public dues and when so received may bo re issued and notes when held by any National blinking itssooiatlon may by counted as a part of Its lawful resurvo that upon demand of thu holder of any Treasury notes provided for tho Secretary may exchange for such notes an amount of silver bullion which Is In valuw at tho market price therooC on day of exchange to thn amount of such notes ThoSoerotary of tho Treasury should ooln such portion of tho silver bullion purchaMud under tho provision of tho act as may bo necessary to provide for tho mlmnptioji of tho Troasury notes provided for and any gain or arising from sueh coinage shall lio accounted for and paid into tho Troasury Tho silver bullion purchased undor tho provisions of tho act shnll be subject to the rfiquirerniiitsof tho existing laws and regu lations of tlxi mint service governing tho of determining tho amount of pure silver contained and tho amount of charges or deduction If any to ho made So much of tho net of February on titled An act to tho coinage of standard silver dollars and restore the legal tender as requires tho monthly purchase and coinage of tho same Info fttlvor dollars of not loss than jjor mpro than worth of silver bullion is horoby repealed The act is to take otloot thirty days from and after pass Senator Toller of tho Senate subcom nilUeo Later ho said that ho would mako an ollort to socuro froo sllvor coinage FaMIng In that ho would accept Uio next best thing ho could got Wlum the measure earne up In tho Sonato ho would move to mako tho certificates legal tender Tfirc KNnOKHBD At tbo Republican oaiious tonight tho flilvm1 bill glvou abovo was adopted Imtwlth u few dlsMontlng votes the objecting niom burs opposing tho bill booauso of its failure glvt ti full legal temlor quality to tho Treasury notes In to tho provisions of tho bill already stated it Is that tho monoy now hold In tho Treasury to rndoom National batik circulation In easo of liquid ating banks hanks reducing tho cltouln Is to 110 oovorod Into tho Troas ury This fund Is estimated to amount to about which will bo restored to ol re ulatlon Tbo Committed on Kulos will report a ros olutlon requiring consideration of the bill by the Hoitso at tho our lost possible mo ment with strict limitation of debate Tho caucus endorsed the Morrlll Service Pension bill Lodge explained his election bill but Chairman Kowan of the KlocMons Commit tee did not think It necessary to pjiss such a law and submitted a plan for a wido exten sion of tho prosoril suporvlsory system Tho mat tor will ctmio up again next Tuesday said today that ho confidently expects a strike of packinghouse employees on May 1st for an eighthour day The butchers and coopers are thoroughly organized and will work together in enforcing the eight hour day for tho other employees Ho as serts thai the butchers and coopers aro pre pared financially for tho strike and said further that tho men bollcvo Falrbank Co and Fowlur Hros will concede eight hours without a struggle These firms em ploy about oOOO men fJHADKHS STRIKE OMAHA April Two hundred men em ployed by tho East Omaha Land Company grading near Cutoil Island struck today for an Increase from Si 50 to per day NO STKI1CK ON THK NKW YORK April Tho ofliclalfi of tbo Now York Central deny that there is foundation for tho rumored probable strike Till PITTS HUICG THOUH1VBS April Tho nion presented A SELFSUFFICIENT CZAR a final petition to tho railroads today and mot with 7cfusal Tho jnattor now lies iu the hands of tho Stipreine Council of tho Federation Tlioso members will deoido vvhcthor a strike bo ordered or tbo terms of thu railroads bu accepted The Autocrat Objects to Any Outside Interference A SNUBBING IN STORE FOR AMERICANS Emperor William Suffers a Relapse and Adopts Stringent AntiSocialist Victoria Among the Austrian Army Disaffected Floods Iu Toxivs HOUSTON April rains havo fallen all over Texas for three days past and tho rivers and bayous In many places aro over their banks Bridges areswept away and travel is delayed A Kroat deal of stock In tho lowlands has beon drowned but no loss of llfo Is yet reported THE CHAMPION CHICKENTHIEVES A WISCONSIN TKIO GATHER IN TWO THOUSAND ITOWLS JLatoHt a Bag of SouljJH Sold With a of ToughH WASH INCTON NEWS Un A Building Tor Just Discrimination WASCIIMOTOX April 23 Associated Senate bill providing for tho inspection of moats for exportation and pro hibiting thti of adulLonitod ar ticles of food or drink was air Led upon fa vorably by the Housu Committee on Agri culture today A FOR J1UTTE Tho House Commlfctoo on Public Build ings and Grounds aul a favorable re port ou tbo iili for n building at Butto City I 1 L t A IUCINK April Dis Franoisco Chronicle Two thousand chickens wore Uio fruits of the aids on tho poultry yards of Racine and lilwaukeo counties by Dr Hageudorn and ils companions llagornan and Kauss The liioves wero loday sent to tho penitentiary or terms ranginf from one to two years tor MO vocal weeks da ring last winter tho anncrs living a radluw of eight or ton nilos of Raciuo suffered raids on their barns And poiillry luniHOj Tho local authorities Inally rocuivcd In formation that led to a aid on llagoiulonis resldeneo near tho Ity limits There they found several hlekons and evidences several hun Itud others had boon killed on tho pronilsos lagondorn iiigoman and Ivaiiss were ar ifilofl Tho three men wore placed on trial his week and were convicted today IiATKST fcHMAIC April the Gugobic highwayman In Jail hero is trying to starve lie has not oaten any thing for several days and sullen and ugly Tho outcome is watched with consid erable interest A WITH TOUGHS ST PAIJTJ April In a Ight with a gang of toughs Police Oili our Peterson was last beaten until in sonslhlo but not hoforeo ho had mortally wounded one of bis assailants Petersons recovery is considered doubtful A WHISKY fUOT OiiAKbKSTON S April has reached hero of a riot among tho citizens of MoCorrnlck S 0 A man named Sturkoy reported druggist Calhoim for selling whisky on Siuiday Oalhonn shot tho officer sent to arrest him Other citizens took a hand and a general fight ensued in which several persons are said to havo boon shot P B Oalhouu Is tho only man known to have boon fatally shot A WOWSCAM SlVlNOTjK ULYSSBS April Clerk George W Earp and County Commissioners D 0 SulllVJin C L Grtsen L Len hart and T Harbor D A Kohinson and George Dougherty wore arrested for swin dling the county A bounty is offered by tho county for wolf scalps It Is charged that tho four lust mentioned yon spired with tho County Cleric and Commis sioners One of thorn would present a bag of scalps and get bis bounty The bag would bo put whore It could be stolen and ugaln presented This till tho county was swindled out of repre senting a quarter of a million scalps ClUCKASAW WHITE ST Locus April from tho Chlokasaw Indian Nation say thai a large band of White Caps raided a wide section of the soutluun part of the reservation last night whipped a number of men and gavo thorn notice to quit tho nation In ilvo days A number of other persons who wore not whipped wore notified to leave iu ten days Tho people notified to leave aro preparing to move into Texas ON OIKCUAISTAKTIAti EVIDENCE OniCAfiO April jury this oven Ing awarded tho death penalty to W E Purely for tho murder of Samuel Eelnnin gor Not a muscle moved in Purdys face as ho heard the verdict The murdered man was Purdys friend and the evidence in the case was largely circumstantial LONDON April San Francisco Chronicle from St Petersburg aro to tbo eilect that tho high Russian authorities view with unreserved disapproval the proposed presentation to tho of remon strances from America and England against tho cruelties Iu Siberia and that tho remonstrances will meet with a snubbing similar to that with which like communica tions wero received when the murderers of tho late Emperor were reported to have been their cells The is said to be in no humor for for eign advice or interference and to be per sistently bone on tho reactionary policy which has so far characterizedhis reign A striking feature of this policy at present is the suspicion and repression evidenced in tho treatment of the lowest class of tho pop ulation whose general snbrnlsslvencss had up to this time never boon doubted but who are now being mado to fool in the harshest nmuiior the hand of imperial authority BY AHAniAN IlKIGANDS LONDON April Sari Francisco Chronicle Gov ernment Is in recciptof an ofllcial communi cation from N T Mooro British Consul at Jerusalem reporting the capture by brigands in Arabia Pctnea Mr Hill a promi nent solicitor of Liverpool with his wife and their Tho report states that Mr and Hill who have boon journey ing through tho Holy Land for some time past worn seized by a band of Arabs while they were viewing the ruins of tho old city of Pelra and carried to the common rendez vous of a number of predatory bands pend ing negotiations for their release upon pay ment of heavy ransom Tho prisoners at onco communicated with Moore who paid tho sum doniiuidcd by the brigands and tho hostages wero sot at liberty after weeks of captivity Thoy wore offered no indignity duriijg tboir confinement VICTORIA IN April Queon Vletoiio arrived at Darmstadt today Hor Majesty was received at tho railway station by tho municipal authorities and other prominent officials A guard of honor was also present HM riSKOH WILtiTAMS RELAPSE Tho who for some months past has beou endeavoring to soo what effect tol eration andkindness would havo on theSo cialist agitators has now determined to take an opposite course regarding tho pro posed 1st of The balls that had alreadybeen rented by the labor organizations will be closed on May Day all liquor saloons compelled to close their doors and strong guards will be at the entrances Street gatherings are forbidden and those disobeying those orders will bo instantly placed under arrest In fact Berlin will be declared Mn a state ofselge for ono day as bloodshed Is apprehended by tbo authorities they could got hold of wounding sind murdering sevfTiil persons who refused to yield to them All the trnins tluit have lately arrived at San tiago Jc Cuba cume in crowded with country pioplc hnstily socking for refuge in town ittinst the exactions uiul cruelties committed by men to this bund whose nurabcMS said to bo diuIy increasing iu such proportjou thut i Havana paper has alceady insinuated that instend of ji party of bandits risen with the ob iectof plundering the country it be Impossible that it were thi commencement of a war of races that has just been by the Cuban negroes The Jfciv China Steamer Line NEW YORK Dispatch Francisco CJironiclc tiations for the establishment of a steam ship line between Tacoma China andJapan ports havo boon under way for some tiruo George Gould president of the Pacific Mail Steamship Company said ypsterday that his only ju formation about the proposed subsidy was derived from tho published dispatches Ho added 1 am decidedly iu favor of starting such a lino Some one will soon occupy tbo territory and I see no reason why this company should not be tbe first in tbo field We could take two vessels from THE RECORD OF DISASTER The Rock Springs Mine to Be Closec Four Months released and told punishmentwas in flicted under a George 1 Ross boatswains mate testified to being in a straightjacket at Lisbon Portugal in 1SSS for ten hours SEVERAL CHINESE STILL IMPRISONED our San Francisco lino and put them imme diately on the new route There is no in tention of making Tacoma the solo port of the company on the PaciGc Bur there is no reason why San Francisco should bo the only one It is plain enough to see why the railroads leading to San Francisco should oppose the new line While I am thoroughly infavor of it I can only say that the uogo tiations have not The Situation on the Tjoiver Missis sippi Grows Rain Fall ing in Damage New Texas Cyclone AN ABUNDANCE OF PARENTS THE UNHAPPY SOMK PLIGHT OP A HAND GIRL Three Dlflcrcnt Persons Claim Her as Their Child and Pending Settlement She Has No Name BOTTLED DYNAMITE to cost A SAN iUASCISCO AriOINTMKNT Tho President today sent to tho Sonalo tho nomination of Thomas K Shannon San Francisco to ho Receiver of Public Moneys CANADAS UNJUST DISCRIMINATION Senator Oullom has concluded his report tipon tho luvostigatlon mado by tho Comj tiers mittoo on InterState Commerce into tho relations of railroads of tho United States and Canada and also whothor there is any discrimination in charpos mado for tolls against Unltod States vessels passing through tho and St Lawrence canals Tho report asserts that unjust dis crimination Is mado by Canada apalnst Ainorican vessels ou tho lakes in tho matter of on trillion and foes Vessels passing through tho Wolland canal bound to Montreal havo a rebate mado of a portion of tho tolls paid for canal pussuRO but if bound to any American port or to tho St Lawrence river no rebate Is mado This tho report claims is a violation o tho pro visions of tho treaty of Washington In conclusion the report says it Is that by attacking tho narrow margins of profits in tho transportation business here and there our competitors at the north havo boon damaging American commerce for many years It Is doing that very thing today In a more highhanded and exultant way than ever before Tho government of Great Britain or of Canada dcslro to throw suflloleut advantage in favor of British stcaniors Canadian fishing ves sels and Canadian railroads to turn ourcoin ihcrco from American ocean stoamors American ilshing vessels Americanrail roads and American Plot to Blow Up JunkShop Cru smlcr NEW YORK April Dispatch gun Franoisco Chronicle ives havo boon searching through the junk shops In Newark Now Jersey for several days looking for bottles which boar tho stamp of aud belong to tho Now York bot Sovcral raids have been in ado and many thousand bottles taken This has angered tho junk nion very much and throats havo boon mado against tho detoct ivos which carao very near being carried out yesterday Hayes in tbo afternoon was looking ovor several hundred filled bottles in a place called Edon Hall preparing to empty thorn As it takes some OHICAGOS LABOR TROUBLES tlmo to draw tho corks tho dead boat pro cess is generally resorted to This consists of applying a strong acid to the corks which causes thorn to burn away Kayos had ap plied tbo dead heat toseveral bottles when his attention was drawn to one that had blazed up so high and was burning so quickly that ho booauie suspicious of It A captured siphon of soda was standing beside him and ho turned a stream upon theblaz ing cork This act saved his lifo and the build lug from destruction It was found that tho bottlo contained an infernal ma chine Wrapped in a pieco of redflannel was a quantity of dynamite from which to tho cork extended a fuso It Is not known from whom the bottlo was captured There was enough dynamite to blow up tho onldro block Fiitcen TlioiisanJ Stookyards Em ployees Threaten to Go Out CHICAGO April Is no change In tho carpentersstrike today and the pros pects of auy compromise aro still very gloomy D P Roland president of the National Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners arrived in Chicago yesterday and strikers to stand One of tho labor leaders at the stockyards Home Products COLUMBUS April Tho Legislature hasoMacted a law which requires tho of oors of all Stato and county institutions to purchase native livestock for consumption Tho law defines native livestock to be those which havo boon In tho Stato ton days bo Joro being killed TUB AUSTRIAN AHMY DISAFFECTED VIUNNA April is high authority for stating that tbe army proposes to take a band in the 1st of May demonstration great dissatisfaction existingin the ranks with rogard to pay is further stated that the o Ulcers aro In full sympathy with the work ingmon tho and file aro not ap peased by increased remuneration there is1 danger that on tbe 1st of May tbe army will with the Socialists instead of fir ing on them In view of thIs state of things great precautions have been taken by the authorities WANTS TO KTfjTj EIGHT OF THKM STUTTGAUT April Club of Nobles in tliis city has ostracisedBaron Muenech because ho to the Reichstag as a roprosonwitivo of tbo Popples party Tbe Baron lias challenged eight of the members CAtlNOT ON PARTS April on which Pres ident Carnot was traveling from Ajacclo prevented from reaching Bastia on time by the derailment of the train pre ceding It At Oorte thirtyone njilos south west of Bastia Carnot roucived the munici pal He mado an address in which ho congratulated thorn that tho dis sensions in ended and that only tho French party unitedby patriotism re mained Tho track was finally cleared and wbon the President reached Bastia he was welcomed by an immense crowd TTIVE HUNDRED DAHOMIANS KILLED Advices from Sagos state that the French garrison at Portp Novo having been warned that wero advancing upon tboplace advanced to the enemy A battle which lasted three hours took place Two hundred Dahomhms were killed and liffcy Frenchmen wounded C7ZD DOCUMENTS STOLEN ST PETERSBCKG April embodying plans for a mobilization of Rus sian troops on the German and Austrian frontiers inthe event of Avar have lieou stolen from tho War Office Chinese Smugglers Captured BUFFALO April Hinted States inspectors last night captured tbree Chinese smugglers at the HoitolAvenue Black Kock was found several hundred dollars worth of opium They had crossedthe river in a small boat and had a waiting on this side Tho party landed from China at Vancouver and traveled to the Suspen sion Bridge from whoro they drove up to FortErie Thoy were on their way to New York VflTJITIjESS ANTISIfAYERV EFFORTS BRUSSELS given by tho AutiSlavory Society Stanley said that the ollqrts suppression of and direction of local officials of the1 powers occupying TERRORIZED BY BANDITS NBW YORK April Dispatch Francisco Chronicle strik ingly bandsonie girl of 18 is claimed as a daughter by throe different persons in Brooklyn Including an elder in a Methodist Church a grain broker and a very re spectable and wealthy widow A short time ago tbo girl discovered that Louisa Seymour was not her real name She bad been taken from a foundling asylum when two months old and adopted into a family by Mrs Seymour and who her parents aro the girl lias not tbe faintest had lived since conscious that she hada name as tho daughter of Mrs Seymour and supposed that sho was her mother but about a month since sho had a quarrel with hor supposed mother over the attentions which a young man wns paying to her He dosired to marry and Mrs Seymour objectedstrongly on tho ground that the girl wns tiooRooclfor him The girl persisted in ii way before lovor ami a female neighbor thegirl defied liir mother mid clungtohim said would be her husband whether her mother snid yes or no Then euniged rle Haiice and obstinncv Mrs the girl her bis ry and no I to of Seymour for she would disgrace Tho poor girl house Unit bud been n homo to her and went to friends boardinghouse She at an iimstigutton throughan attorney possible who her parentswero The name of institution in which she was placed and her picture as a baby tire the only bits of fividcncft she has by which go iuto thomkUetof Jden She however has been already iden tified as 1he long lost several persons too many Her attorney has receiveda letter froma prominent workeriu the Methodist in which he claims that the girl Is his having boon placed there fo avoid all trouble ataliiniq it would have been very unpleasant for it to bo known that be bad achild He says be is willing to tako the girl into his homo A broker has visited attorney several times and seen tho girl and presents proof that she ishis daughter born to Mm by an actress and left in the asylum temporarily and taken out without his knowledge Ho searched for the child several mouths aCter it was1 sold or given waybythehospital no trace of it Tho third claimant is a woman named Mrs Sbeehan who says that she is not ashamed to confess that tho child ishers and tells a romantic story of wrong and injustice Thucase is to come into court the girl being unable to decide which is her rightful parent is of tho opinion that the gill is the childof ii Brooklyn banker and another mans wife and that they have watched over her for years sondiug money to Mrs Seymour for her care These people liave not cliiimed her and fear that by theiiiiyestigft UOH they will be discovered Meanwhile tho poor girl herself is living a most nnhappy life not knowing who her parents are or what her name is nnd fearing that after all she may the hands of some one who has rigbt to SPARKS FROM THE WIRES A Distinguished Bostoniuii Dead Francis Dana Stodoaan died at his homo this morning agod ycars S ted man was tho last sur viving grandson of AVilliam Ellery one of tho signers of the Declaration of Indopohd and a son of Hon William Stodruan A Band of Cuban Brigands Ravag ing the Country HAYAXA Dispatch San FranciscoChronicle eral months oi perfect tranciuility as to bandits kidnapers and tho people have just been startled py the unex pected announcement ofthe sudden appear anco in tho of a party of about thirty colored men ivell armed and pipunted under bdmniand Calixto laeo one of the black chiefsiuthe past insurrection who won sreat fame as ThLs times in band groups oi five to plun dorod all tho on ibe roads and in tbo sniullar towins heavily all the owners of the thut The PanAmericans went to Mt Vcrnon yos asthe guests of Secretary Kosowator the the Omaha J3ae was tried at Teknmah Nebraska on a charge of disturbing a religious was acquitted The trial at Denver of Collier fc Cleveland public printers and Secretary of on a charge of conspiracy to defraud the Stato was commenced yesterday A occurred yesterday between Mexican troopsand Yaqui Indians iirwhich the Mexicans lost one oflicer and two soldiers Taking Babys Photograph The a photograph is always a trying ordeal to photo grapher says tho Youths Babys mama and grandraama andall of the aunties who sistance on such occasions are while baby himself 4is so iniiifferent as to the success of the picture hard to pose What the poor little thing he is put into position before the 5s something like exclamatory sentences being uttered by all present eitheriu chorus orbyone at a time Here baby here sir Look this way baby No no dont look that way here here Dont ky petty thats lovely you could only have caught chat lovely little smile Here here here See thepifctybirdy Look here is going to come out of the box Now iipadee Dont squirm Oh naughty baby not to sit be out to try Tiger Trap Tlie other day tlie North Cliinn News a band of contraband Opium dealers passing through a jungle saw They lost not a moment in hastening their steps but the least them foiind the beasts trap He crepti t wi forbidden freighfc on back The tlie the heavy when ger threatened the to efforts proVed unavailing the setters hweja lookat the trap and rejoiced closed April to Tmn has been decided to smother tho extensive fire in the Union Pacific Number 4 coal mine at Kock Springs Several hun dred men are in tbe work of closing all the openings with a view to keeping the air from the flames The mine will remain sealed for at least four months If the fire ii iiofc entirely extinguished by that time it will bo Hooded No further loss pf life is reported Of tho fifteen persons injured by tbe explosion all but two Foremen Thomas and Evans will recover The number of Chinamen still in tbo mine is estimated from ten to twenty The town is now compara tively quiet The men thrown out of em ployment by tho fire will be assigned to tho other mines THIS POINTJB COETPEE BREAKS BAVOU SARA April ciated break occurred night in tbe Pointo Coupee levee Tho indications are that tho entire Pointo Coupee front will be sub merged The wjitcr is pouring through tbo crevasses at and in tho vicinity and will overflow the jLjreater portion of tbo country between Atcbafalaya and tbo Mis sissippi rivers extending from Old River above to Bayou La Poncho below embrac ing 700 square miles No news is received from tbe interior of Poiute Coupeo parish but tbe relief boats are taking care of all those who have reached tbo levees As the critical the levees has been known for some weeks tho hope is enter tained that alL a measure prepared for and no loss of life will result from tbo breaks along tho front A CYCLONE IN TEXAS AUSTIN April little town of Kouno twenty miles south of here was visited by a cyclone last night Many overturned and several swept away Several persons were Injured The destruction of fences and growingcrops was very great MORE DAMAGE AT BAYOU SARA NEW ORLEANS April TimesDem ocrats Bayou Sara special says Seven crevasses are reported between this place and Waterloo This makes nine on the Coupee front The devastation that parish will be terrible The rains continup Last night it poured down In tor rents causing a freshet in the bayou and tbe water ilvo inches in town This i additional raise caused damage to goods in stores The opening of tbe crevasses however let considerable water out lib is evening and itfell twelve inches in The railroad trestle has been washed and the only communication with the line now is by boat A SIXINCH BAINFAIX PJJAQUEMINE April rain came down in torrents last night and for the twentyfour hours ending this morning six inches of water fell Tbe town is filled from the country some bringing intheir families and cattle and others seeking material to fight the flood The planters base their calculations on the fioocl of 18S2 but the water is already higher jthan that now April levee be low Vadalia broke last night and tlie water fiopded tbe lowlands and railroad and is backing up NO DAMAGE AT NEW ORLEANS NEW April this city to daythe lake water encroached somewhat of Claiborno street and some wasexperienced by tho water from the canal flowing over the banks of the old basin No serious damage yet Death of a POUGHKEEPSIE N April Abby Moore Goodwin professor of Latin aud Greek at Vassar College died today The Temperature CHICAGO April York 54 Now Orleans 70 St Louis fi2r Cincinnati GO Chicago 58 Winnipeg SO v At It Again CHICAGO April poolrooms were running in full blast again today and wore not interfered with by the police Death oi Samuel F Pierson PHILADELPHIA April F Pierson lato commissioner for the trunk ines at York wbo has been seriously 11 for several weeks died here last night The District Attorneys Explanation NEW April States Dis trict Attorney Edward Mitchell before tbo Committee on Immigration today testified that tho nonprosecuting of immigration cases was due to the overcrowded condition of the calendar OUTRAGES IN THE SOUTH POLITICAL ISSUES DISCUSSED THE HOUSE BY BASEBALL ANO PUGILISM Professor Sullivan Will Accept the California Offer A BOSTON BRUISERS RASH PROPOSITION The Players Brotherhood Draws Greater Crowds Than the Yesterdays Tockey Re fuses Thirty Thousand Dollars A Kansas Congressman Calls Attention to Certain Southern Crimes and Is Ke quested to Look to Ills Own State WASHINGTON April the Senate the Committee on Foreign Relations reported back in lieu of Reagans bill concerning irri gation of the avid lauds in thevalley of the Jio Grande river a concurrent resolution eqnesting the President to enter into nego tiations with Mexico on the subject Adopted Chandler offered a resolution to incorpo rate among the standing rules of the Senate one to expediate the talcing of votes and acijltiating public business Referred to Committee on Rules It provides for a procedure to that in Die House TO head oil dilatory notions aud also provides that the prcsid ng officer may cause to bet entered on the journal hemimes of Senators present and not voting to nake up a quorum Reagan spoke in support of bis bill repealing 11 laws for the retirement of army navy and isirinc dmccjs and thu judiciary from active ser ice on The conference report on the bill provicli ng a emporary government for Oklahoma was agreed SO nays 5 Butter Pugli iAuny nd The bill now goes to the President Among the bills passed wore the following he Semvtr bill improving Arkmisns Pass the bill appropriating iibnrse the State of Washington for expenses of he Constitutional Convention the Semite bill mending and further extending the benefits of he of Febriiary 1882 providing for the al otmentof laud in severalty to Indians on vari us reservations the Senate bill providing or a commission to determine the southern oundary line of Warm Springs Indian rcserva on Oregon and making IT the Senate bill to create a customs district f the Territory of Arizona Plumb notice that he would tomorrow 0c the Senate resolution as to jie increase of silver coinage The landforfeitiire bill was token up and the Senate adjourned House WASHINGTON April presented a memorial of the Manufacturers Club Philadel phia in favor of prompt action on tariff legihla tionjlwbich shnll check the importation of articles produced by our own people Referred The House then went in to Committee of the Whole on the Legislative Appropriation bill the pending question being a motion to strike outtbo clause providing clerks lor Senators to 87 Ja speaking on the verbal amendment replied to a remark by Allen to the effect THE LOTTERY REPORT An Investigation of the Louisiana Companys Operations BISMARCK N April Dis Francisco Chronicle The report of the Senate Lottery Bill Investigation Committee has been made public While it is not of such a sensational character as generally expected some of It makes good racy reading nevertheless M N Johnson a late prominent candidate for United States Senator when asked if he had heard the corruption silid Someone told me that he saw Jud La Moure have some S1000 bills in his hands apdrJohn La Moure told me that be knew of some people who got money for their votes unfair andunreasonable preju dice against me on account of my there was a combination ofcorporations against me W B Kellogg representing the combine against me offered me a consulship worth a year and in cash to withdraw from this I refused to make the proposed ExSenator George 33 Spencer attorney for the Lousiaua State Lottery Company the only money to his knowl edge used to advance the lottery bill toward a passage was spent for legitimate expenses and only a trilling1 sum for that The committee as is well known found no evi dence of a very dam aging character The Cattle King Remarries YORK April special Now Haven says Wilson Wadding ham the New Mexico cattle king has re turned to his milliondollar resi dence at West told he obtained a divorce from his1 first wife was soon after ward married in NewMexico to Miss Mamie Barrows Itwas believed that they would live in New Mexico butthey have surprised everyone by coming baclc here An Indiana Candidate INDIANAPOLIS April lican Convention of Congressional District today State Senator Henry John son was nominated for Congress to succeed Hon Thomas Browne curubeiit the present lug kuew the to asir cattlesof Portugals Navy Portugal means to come out strong fin tHematter of her new fleet Four jron eighteenrgun two transports auds twentyJour torpedo boats constitute a large orderiv TbeMcOalla Trial YORK April McCalla conrt continued The Judge Advocate a list of infllctcdon thecruiseupoa which the charges are based Louis Meyer a seamens apprentice on the testified that McOalla had threatened to kill him tor smiling at him at Tanaataly Mozambique Graham testified to having been five days in double irons at Antwerp and then by sayinpr partinenf that in some places it was impossible for a Republican secure a location in town nnd he was obliged to go the country He also read a letter from Postmaster Innloy at stating that shortly after bis ip pointmeuthe was set upon by a mob led by a sou of Congressman Cothrau beaten with barbed wires and ordered toleave town This provoked a heated political debate Knloe asked if Kelley wrote Uie letter for post master and Kojley repliedbo bod because on account nf the beating received Binleys arm is paralyzed These statements were received ivitti much derisive laughter on the Democratic side which ledRoweil to remark that the gentlemen on the other side thought it was funny to bear accounts of murders and beating with barbed wires Kelley proceeded to read from letters of South ern postmasters to First Assistant Postmaster General Clarkson complaining of outrages In the discussion Tnrsney asked about the litigation going on between Kelley and bis son against a colored congregation in Fort Smith prevent tbe erection of a colored ehiircb on tho ground tbat it was a nuisance Kelley denied anysuch litigation and said be did not own any landin Arkansas McRac and Rogers however stated that Kelleys son was in volved in such litigation Allen said the gentleman from Kansas seemed to bethe the Postoffice Department of the Administration There bad never been a time in the history of the G 0 P when Southern outrages were more necessary for tbe purposes of that party It hurl pone to the wall on the tariff busted higher than a kite on the civil service tho elections were going against it it could not carry the election on Southern outrages the chances of tbe G 0 P were gone He bad in his desk a long list of Kansas outrages but not descend to that sort of debate Coih ran South Carolina speaking of the Abbeville matter said that after the war a Northern ninn was appointed served ujnil Arthurs term when he his widow MIC ceedcdhim Whenthis Administration oum iir Finloy filedan application in which bo mis represented aiid defamed the character of tli postmistress There was a feeling ofoiifnipo against him number of youug men in cluding Cothrans son went to Finlcys one night and made for Hit purpose of doing him any barm With guilty conscience he ran out of the back door and in jumping down broke his leg Tbe young men sent for a physician and paid allthe expenses Rogers Arkansas called attention to the fact tbat under leave to pritit Kelley hnd printed on the records vile calumnies on the State of Ar kansas and proceeded to score Kelley sharply He reafTalong list of Kansas outrages and asked if it wasnt time UiatKelley should exercise his business intellect in home missions lu the courseof bis remarks be bitterly assailed Poker been appointed to con duct acertain Government case in Featherstone Arkansas replied sharply to Ropers defending McCJure and Powell Clayton He Featherstone was not here to de fame it seemed to bs a crime to tell the truth Tbe party in in Arkansas rested itspower not on the votes of an honest majority but on stuffed ballotboxes Pending further discussion tbe committee rose andthe A NoAccount President Boston There is occasionaLreferenco to Presi dent it is always with a view to his attitude as regards the be stowment of somepublic re moval aPpstmasterrthe appointment of the claims rivalaspirants for a Marshal ship or position the question is raised as tb views upon the or foreign or domestic kind no one quotes President Harrison or speculates He President ignored by his and j seldomireferred to by the Presj ident Indeed of less account the Government except in the matter of the BOSTON April Francisco Chrvnicle L Sullivan made a big downeast slugger gc down into his boots at tho Bay Stato Club last night Tho members of the club bad gathered for tho purpose of seeing William Clancy of Maine stop Jack Smith of East Boston in four rounds There wore two preliminary scraps before tho event of tho evening was announced Then Clancy re peated his offer to stop any man present iu four rounds lie thought be could in that way get a chance to face Steve Taylor For omo time past Clancy has been telling what ie could do with Taylor if he had a chance But Taylor had boon engaged to train another man for a pending contest and for that reason Clancys challenge last night did not result as he expected After ho had uuerod his challenge bo looked around to see what effect his worda would have Ho found out mighty quick that J L Sullivan was in tho crowd and ho treated the to a surprise Tho had not previously seen Sullivan and bis evident alarm when bo saw John big form loom out of the crowd was very ludi crous Ill accept your said Sulli van Ill give you four rounds just as I am without waiting to train and if you or any other man stands up in front of me four rounds Ill give you SIOO out of my After Clancy had recovered his breath ho hastened to assure the champion that he of course was not included in tho Sullivan smiled and sat down aud Clancy looking rather cheap took to his corner Then Jack Smith who had previously ar ranged to face Clancy tripped into tho ring Last week Clancy and Smith had a little go with small gloves ou and Smith was defeated in less than two rouuds but hist night thoy put on pillows and Clancy found that he had undertaken too much There were four rounds of fiffb ting but when tho fifth was called Smith was still In and re ceived the trophy Clancy bad tho best of the go but be couldnt finish his man Sullivan was asked after the scrap what answer he would make to the California Ath letic Club should it hang up that purse for a fight between himself and Jack son Why Ill accept the conditions and fight was the champions reply PETER ACCEPTS CHICAGO April The fact that the California Athletic Club bad agreed on a purse was tele graphed to Peter Jackson today and tuiswcr came back promptly ikl accept those is now awaited TO CRAWFISH BOSTON April L Sullivan said today that the purse of offered by the California Athletic Club was satisfac tory to him and he was willing to face Jack son but not until the trouble in Mississippi is settled he will make no promises and sign no articles The Players Brotherhood PITTSBURG April 500 persons attended tbe Brotherhood game this after noon Tbe game was probably the most In teresting of the series tbe score being closa and uncertain until the last run 021 1000 0110001 Knse 11 CbicnRO 8 3 Chicago 2 and Quinn Dwyer and Boyle and Gunning TOSTPONKD BY RAIN BUFFALO April Brotherhood game was postponed on account of rain AT BOSTON BOSTON April hundred persons attended the Brotherhood game this afternoon The Bostons batted Van Halt ren very heavy and won the fourth game of the series with tbe Brooldyns 0002600 Brooklyn 1040200 Buse 15 Brooklyn 9 9 Brooklyn 6 Davis and Murphy Van Haltrea and Daly and Barnes A MVEkY NEW YORK GAME NEW YOJIK April Brotherhood team beat the Phillies this afternoon in a very lively game New 011330 Base York 15 Philadelphia 4 York 1 Philadelphia 7 and Ewing Jiuffinton and Cross and Ferguson The Association Games II BROOKLYN 2j 10 T 3 2 i ST LOUIS The St LouisToledo game was postponed OP account of wet grounds The National League April National League this afternoon was playedin a drizzling rain Attendance 1000 The homo team won by a fortunate bunching of hits and tho costly errors of the visitors 10 12302 000 0 2 0 0 6 Base Chicago 1 Chicago 7 and Keenan Sullivan Laucr 1 TfiRKIFIC BATTING PJTTSBURG more than 150 persons witnessed the National League game today It was a batting contest from the start Pittsburg tried three different ers and Cleveland had tbree different men in the box Only eight innings were played 1 3 5 3 0 1 I 1 I Base 18 Cleveland 2 Cleveland anA Miller Parsons Sommers and Zimnicr tional League put up an th is afternoon failed i is were needed itch bestowment of office than any one who ever sat In Base York Sowers Clements M BOSTON Aprilv 1 game here this   

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