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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                Part First Pages 1 to 8 VOL 170 SALT LAKE CITY StHSTDAY MOKKISjG APKIL 27 1890 AN OATH NOT SUFFICIENT Commissioner Sawders Declares a Mormon Will Swear to Anything THE STRUBLE BILL DISCUSSED It Will Bo Reported ritorial Senate Caucus RcfiiHcs to Accept the Silver Ogdon Bill Vetoed News LA KB TritmiNF BTJIIKAO 517 Fourteenth Sfcrcot UAflFiiNOTON I April 20 1800 IToiiso Committee on devoted its time to a consideration of tho fliKf ranch Iftomont hill Delegate Calno and fudge Wilson appearing for the Mor mon Church Chairman Strublo stated to Mn committee that Governor Thomas had beon misrepresented in his position and as Governor of the Territory endorsed tho bill Judge Wilson made a protracted argu ment against the bill nn tho same old pica that were to bo persecuted for their belief Senator Saundors of tho Utah Cornrnls Klon was asked his opinion of tho bill and stated that two of his colleagues approved II urireservedly He said us for himself ho didnt hellovo It would do much good as the Mormons would swear to anything that rt polygumlst pardoned by tho Presi dent had recently perjured himsolf on too admission of his second wife who declined to swear that her child was not his and that Cannon after declaring himsolf a law abiding had Informed tho Commis sion that polygamy was a divine revela tion TIo saidthat stringent measures wore nooded to repress polygamy which was to day a law of tho church Delegate gave some Interesting ox porifncoH Wlion asked by Springer whether I ho was In favor of disfranchising Caino who did not hollovo in polygamy Bubols quickly rotor tod Ask hm whether ho doesnt Ho dare not say that ho does not bollovo In plural The committee will report the bill favor ably TKHRITOKIAt APPROPRIATIONS In the House while tho Legislative Ap propriation hill WUH under consideration Mr Forney offered an amendment making the sumo for Territories as lust your Buttorworth in a running dc bato with Korncy and Dockery said that Idaho has one foot In tho Union and tlio other half way through the door that there is rioVioubt tiltsho will bocorno a State at thisftufislon and as there Is no mooting of the Territorial Legislature before admission as a State tho committee thought It un necessary to Insert a proviso for payment of the members of tlio Legislative Assembly The amendment was lost Quite a debate ensued upon a motion to reduce tho Utah Commission from five to throe which was withdrawn on a point Of order TMK SENATORS NOT April 20 Associated rressjA caucus of tho Senate Republicans wns held tills morning to consider Ihr silver situation The committee which mot tho committee of Bouse Republicans and agreed to tho form of silver bill reported the result A discussion which was not completed when the hour for opening the Senate arrived It Is said that a great vari ety of views wore by tho Sena tors but tho friends of tho measure agreed upon1 by the two committees aro confident it be adopted by the caucus Tho Republican Senators caucus to con sider silver was In session a long tlmo this afternoon lifter adjournment It was an nounced that tho whole subject was again referred to the caucus committee who would endeavor to frumo a bill acceptable to all It Is reported that whllo tho differ ences between t ho silver men and tho advo cates of thebill agreed upon by tho com mittee of the FIouso and Senate soern to bo radical yot an earnest purpose was shown to harmonize and 1C possible como to an agreement The silver men desire tho provision of tho bill reported by the cauouscommltteo which gives to the Secretary of Treasury dis cretion to redeem In bullion the Treasury notes Issued In payment for bullion stricken out They do not wish to give tho Soinotary power under any condition to pay out bul Mon after it Is ouoo deposited In tlioT roas wv This view is supported by Tho silver men also desire to have tho liotes provided for In the bill maclo full legal tender but this Is not insisted upon with tho same intensity and earnestness as is the proposition to keep the bullion Ju thoTrous ury TUB OOIKN UtLL The President has vetoed the bill Toau tho city of Ogden Utah to assume increased This is President Harrisons first veto In his message tho President says Tho xencvul law fixes a limit of 4 per cent on the last assessment for taxation as tho limit of indebtedness which municipal corporations in the Territories may assume Tills bill extends tho limit as to Ogdcn to 8 per cent The purposes jire not peculiar or excep tional They relate to schools street Im provements and aro common to every prosperous town K the argument by which tho measure Is supported is adopted the con clusion should bo a repeal or modification of the general law but in my opinion tho lim itation imposed by law Is wlso and wbolosomo and should not bo relaxed The city now has power to in crease Us indebtedness which would seom enough to make a good beginning in tho construction ot sowers while tho cost of street improvements is usually mot by direct ftssesstnonts Almost all tho States have limited the power of municipal corporations to Incur Indebtedness and tho limit Is gen erally lower than that fixed in tho Territo ries I dont doubt that tho citizens of ug den will ultimately realize that the creation of a municipal debt of over half a million dollars by a city of population being about 837 per capita is TO SCPPRESS FLORIDA LAWLESSNESS The following correspondence was made public today EXKCUTIVE MANSIOX April Siri havo had fre quent occasions duringthe last six months to you in reference to obstructions of fered iii the counties of Leon Gacbdon Madison andJefferson in tho Stote of Florida to tho exe cution of processes of tho Courts of tho United States If is not necessary to tho lUimtlon than that the officers o States ure not sufferedto execute their lawful functions This condition Of things pnA io You will United fioon once to execute suoli writs 2f jxrrcstsiMf may be pluood m his If ho approhorifls resistance ho will employ such civil pOHSO us seem adequate to discourage roslstancft or to overcome it Ho should proceed with the calm ness and moderation whichshonld always iittond a publio ia exocutlon of his fluty and at the same time with and courngft that will impress tho lawlesn with a wholusoine sense of the danger ami futility of resistance You will iissurft the ofliccrs of the law and thopo nliojjavo foolishly and wickedly thought to set law nt defiance that every resource lodcjud with the Executive by the Constitution iindiaws will us niKsofisity arises be employed to make it safe and feasible to hold a JVdcTal and to execute tho duties it im Appended to tills is a letter from AttorneyGeneral Wilier to United States Marshal Weeks of Florida directing that the Presidents instructions be faithfully carried out Mrts TOR WHITE HOUSE Mrs Garflold and daughter Miss Brown visited the White House this morning the first time since the death of President Gar field and wore received In the Rod Parlor by the President and Mrs Harrison and Mrs McKeo CONFIRMATIONS John 0 Fremont MajorGeneral U S John HOallin Indian Apont Ulncavlllo Henry 0 Gooding of Indiana Chief Justice of tho Supreme Court of Ari zona WHAT THE CHANGERS AVANT Senator Paddock presented a pamphlet from the legislative committee of tho National containing their me morial In favor of legislation to prohibit tho adulteration of food gambling in farm pro duels and tho formation and continuation of trusts Also In favor of the tlon of silver and a revision of tho tarlll in the interest of agriculture HKMKF JTOll J1VIIA Tho House Committee on Private Land Claims has a favorable report on the bill for the relief for the heirs of Myra Clark Gaines Tho bill recites that Myra Clurk Galnos as a legal representative of Dankil Clark deceased of Lonlsana was entitled by reason of Spanish grants acres of land and provides for tho Issue of patents to those hejrs for all of these lands which the Commissioner of tho General Land Oftlco shall find vacant unappropriated and undisposed of by tho United States which patent shall operate only as a roliriqulsh ment of liltleon tho part of the United States and not Impair or preclude any adverse elalinants from the right to assert tho valid ity of their claim For all the lands dis posed of by the United States or otherwise lawfully appropriated it is provided that there shall issue certificates of location of tho character prescribed In tho act for tho adjnstmontof private claims in Flocida Missouri MAYOR GRANTS CROOKEDNESS ACCirSKD OF TKYTNPr XHJ5 HOARD OF TO PURCHASE JIo Also Iukl Kotfulur Tribute to Tarn inunyH VlyorouMly Donloi tho Whole Story NEW YORK April Legislative Investigating Committee held a most sensa tional session Richard Crothcr and Mayor Grant Tammany leaders wore scorched unmercifully by Lawyer Ivins tho counsel of the committoo Tho witness who created tho sensation was Patrick McOann at brotherinlaw of Richard Crokor tho ioaclosof Tammany Hall McOann was most witness In substance ho testified that while Grant was a member ot the Board of Aldermen Tammany Hall mado desperate efforts to havo him appointed Commissioner of Public Works Forthis purpose was raised Grant giving and tho Tammany organization tho othnr This money was to havo boon paid to tlio Aldermen for Grants con firmation by that body Mayor 3Sdson ap pointed BollIn M Sqiiiio however and tho money was not used Tho next question and answer was a startler WhUo Grant was Short IT did ho give any money to Orokor or any mombor of his faintly to your McOann tried to avoir answering but finally forced to reply In substance that Mrs Orokor told him that while Sheriff Grunt on flvp different occasions handed Flossie tho sixyearold daughter of Orokor an envelope containing making 000 hi all This money wont to pay for tho house cho Orokors wore living in Witness also that Leicester flolme Mayor GnintH private secretary had visited Mrs Crokur as a roprosentatlvo of Mayor Grant Several times since Crokor wont to Europe Holme olloied Mrs Orokor her expenses and something more if sho would go to Germany hut she refused It was also elicited from witness that Or Becknian tho family physi cian of tho Crokers had boon approached by Holme and asked to go abroad Political circles aro agitated to an unnsual extent at tho testimony regarding Grant and Crokcr Mayor Grant was not at his ofllco no person there scorned to know where ho was though ho was said to bo probably out of town Tlie Mayors private secretary Leicester Holme denied that ho over visited Mrs Crokor on any such misssoa as tostrtiort1 to by MoOaun 1 MAYO u GRANTS DENIAL Mayor Grant tonight mado a general de nial of tho charges mado against him by Mo Oanu before the Senate Committee today Ho wasnever a candidate for Commissioner of Public Works and in 1884 was not elig ible The talk about his paying was too fivolous to talk about Ho had given Crokors daughter his god presents but nosuch fabulous sums as had been Mrs Crokcr says McOanns statement is that tho relations between herself and husband are pleasant to McCauns said tho Mayor an amount said to bo as a corruption fund was contributed by myself Now as a matter of fact I never had 000 or any sum liko it iu a lump in ray life alleged Commissioner of Public Works deiti is located by the Ivins witness lust at a period when I was bitterly fighting tho majority of tho board in tho Broadway railroad matter Because I refused to join in their combine they hated me liko poison and to think that I would go before them for proposed to them that they should do service for mo by tho very moans which I was lighting against Was it uou sousoV What about the statement that you gave Mr Crocker through his daughter Flossie to pay for his house Mr MoCaan deals iu largo figures and I guess a few thousands more or loss dont bother him I am Flossies godfather and havo frequentlygiven her presents on hoi birthdays and fairly valu able presents too but never anything ap proaching such afa unions sum as Whatever I huvo given the child has boon within reason and consisted of such presents is any godfather In my place In my place would have done A sug gostton ofanything else is simply a malicious He us all the gifts I wade wore applied for the personal benefit of the littlo No Crisis at Kio Rio DE JAXKIUO via Galveston April 2f report of a crisis Is false According to tho newspapers of Ministers Ooyaoura and Kuy Barboza still retain their portfolios A FortyDays LONDON April who on March 37thbegan a fortydays fast at tho Royal Athenroum successfully com his task today v The Temperature April Now Yoric 42 New 62 Oiiioinnatl 56 Chicago 40 Winnipeg 24 THE DARK CONTINENT PIE England Fears That Germany Wil Get the Largest Slice A GREAT SCRAMBLE FOR TERRITORY A Strike Epidemic in Emperors Labor Rescripts AVerc Arrives in E Bay Trouble LONDON April Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle is evi dent from tho tone of the English press tha the English arc very much disturbed ovei tho now aspect of alVairs in Africa They daily give token of their am though some i of the Government organs profess to minimize the African buslnes and ridicule the idea that such a mild mannered man Emln will bo ablo to supplant the English endeavors yet it is plain that genuine and alarm have soixea them Now that the Gorman writers have torn away thovoli of philanthropy which con cealed tho real designs of tho English Emin and shown that the com mittees plans for iolioving Einln includec his enrollment as a British agent tho rago of the English press Emins ingratitude knows no bounds The latestscbcme urged is a congress of sill the powers Interested in which shall agree upon i partition of that The proposal is put forth hy tho English papers as the best and only possible amicable and neither England will Uo likely to remain idle while such a proposition is being discussed But the scramble for Africa having fairly begun a strict ob servance of tho respective spheres of In fluence will bo little respected by the leaders of tho exploring parties Tho British East African Company is quietly preparing an expedition whose object will bo to circum vent Emin and hold the country in British interests until Stanley can take command establish treaties and begin the enormous work of opening tho country AN IRISH Nearly all tho prom in on National ists here are opposed to the proposition to call a the National League of A merica Parnoil lius the letter on tho subject whichis said to have been mailed by Dr OfteillyoC St Lou Is and until lie has received it he will say nothing on the subject But among his leading col leagues thereis a feeling present would be an inopportune moment to summon a convention The opinions expressed by Dillon about the state of the organization in America do not tally with tho statement alleged to bo in OReillys letter that the National League Is moribund STAN013V AIIK1VJ5S IN ENGLAND BRUSSELS April left for England this morning Many asseiVibled his ro cheeredas thetrain loft tho station LONDON April arrived at Lon don this afternoon He was enthusiastically received by the mass of spectators Stanley arrived at London this afternoon There was an immenseconcourse of people inside aud outside the station ahd he was given a most enthusiasticgreeting THE OERMAN LABOR SITUATION BERLIN April 3800 by New York Associated Em peror has telegraphed instructions toChan chellor Von Oaprivl regarding the attitude of the authorities throughout the country towards tho May Daycelebrations Re ports from tho populous centres show that tho authorltiesin are preparing to suppress public demonstrations by the use of tho soldiery other places they are confining issuing warnings against Chancellor has made arrangements to secure unity of action between the authorities Although it is expected circles ttiat the clay will pass over quietly every precaution will bo taken for promptsuppression of dis order Tho troops willbe kept within thoLr barracks in order to avoid collision with those in the celebration but will be ready to roViuirocl Large numbers of worklugmoa are found every where who diuer withthose desiring to make a demonstrationThe tendency among tho workirigrnoiV in Berlin is to work hal f a day on May The Socialists of Hamburg Altona Leip sio and Frankfort persist in organizing demonstrations As thopollce ofHamburg prohibit the leaders have arransred for excursions and rural sports whorof roe givon to their regarding tho eighthour work day Tlio labor apartfrom May Day has become more more threatening Tho papers opposed to tlie socialreforms of tlio Emperor point to thegrowth of excite ment among the the pub lication of rescripts As the moment for tho Imperprs journey to Bremen approached the employees of the railway on which howas to travel struck for higher the men from other linos had to workthe Tho strikes that have taken here this week include the shoemakers stone layers coopers furniture polishers train men boxniakors tinsmiths locksmiths printers copper smiths aud a iintnor trades Reports from Bresian Ellen field and Hamburg show that the strike mania is universal Air ominous feature of the shoemakers has been the issue of a manifesto in which the existing social denounced The Emperors rescripts aro attacked as useless Tho workmen as a dominant force the manifesto says reno vate society Tho here May JSth to discuss of work men and the position of the Christian So lalists host The visit of the Emperor to Straslmrg has rise to a crop Paris The cpinmpnting absurdity of the that meant to the European customs union attributes this and kindred of French ofiicliils to crcatQ in thedrciliUHci Tho real purportof journey was an inspection of tho garrisons of Strus burg A tremendous sensationisabout to be forded the by a truil for bribery is tQ astounding fudttf ircd certain nuinber 3f yearsis and uusus icctcd corriip is brought to It iHalleged that tlie 3oycnuuout liiisboen rolabecl and llosts1 ollicials uul reputablelinns v comedy ThcGermaiiEm press has returned to Berlin THE DELAGO BAV DISPUTE LONDON April Lisbon dispatch says The American and British Minister had a long interview yesterday with the Portuguese Minister of Foreign Affairs and jointly demanded thatthc Delagoa Bay dis pute bti submittedto arbitration Congressman Pages Condition April condition of ExCongressman Horace F Pago of Califor seripusly ill for severa was practicaily unchanged thi moitiing hns sutVercd from asthm fmdome years Kocunrly heart trouble so in which Cjmpletcly prostrated Sowers tlie attending said thi morning tJiat Paffe might live some weeksor some his sudden death at any moment would not surprise him III April Mario AVainwright the wellknown actress wa obliged to cancel her concluding perform ances today on account of severe illness Her physicians say that she has hemorrhage of the bruin and fear that she will be un ablo to appear on tho stage again THE SPORTING RECORD MUKPHY THE ATTSTRALIAN ISSUJ2S A Jimmy tyncH Trained OQ Whisky and Was Knocked Boston Out A Baseball Game at NEW April Dlspatcl Francisco Chronicle Lynch a J 22pound pugilist thecooqueroj of Tommy Dan forth aud Joe Flaherty wa knocked out by Paddy MoBrlcln of Philadel phia Koboken iaafc in a roiiud and a Lynchs trouble was that hetrained on whisky TrfK LINDEN PAKK KACES LINDEN PARK N April and a half Rock won Sam More third Time Five Blossom wou Gray Roen second Maggie Hunt colt third Time Mile and a won Sorrento second George Oyster third iTime won Battersley second Bonanza third Time Six Cristo wou Prince Howard second Nina W third Time THE NASHVIDL15 MEETING April thousand people assembled at the West Side Park to to witness the opening spring race meeting The weather was cold and rainy and the track heavy Threeyearolds and upwards six fur won Creole seconfl Joe Court ney third Time Twoyearold oolts five won Black Knight second Average third Time Twoyearold fillies four Brown won TooSweet Vicuna third Time threeyearolds mile and an second third Tlireeyearoids and over seven furlongs Poll Mell won Jack Cocks second Love land Time April sale Jebsaw C1I1T Lawn Richland and Peytonia year lings occurred today jat the HorseEx change in this city and was well attended A number of horses were sold but the prices were generally below A chest nuli filloy by Forester the property of Taines Franklin Gallahin was sold toE S Gardner Nashville for 01 and OniOAGO April Allthe AmerJoan As sociation and all tho National and Players League games except those at Boston wore postponed on account of rain THEGAMES AT BOSTON April home team won tho Brotherhood game this afternoon by terrific hitting in tlio uphill contest Kiltpy was driven out of the box in the first inning Daley who relieved him pitched mag nlflcontly Attendance 3COO 1 2 1 0 34 i i o oio Base 15 Now 15 0 New York S Daly and Kelly Crane and Vnughn and Barnes Sixteen hundred people attended the League game this afternoon which was marked by listless playing Kussio pitched i fine game holding the home team our hits Boston 00 0 0 010 ew 0 0ll Base 4 New S New York 3 and Gunzel Kussio Buckley BiTjLT MURPHYS NEW YORK April Murphy ilic Australian featherweight champion of iho world will fight auy man in England pounds lor tho Police Gazette chani jionshipbelt and the championship of the vorld willbe guaranteed by he Pelican Club of London AN INTIMIDATED WIDOW A City Official Does His Wooing Witii a Fla April Francisco This town is all agog today over a most sen ational by theerratic incl violent lovemaking qf G E a City Councilman Mrs rpspect ble and attractive widow in ociety to Hubbyyester day under circumstances which were scair dilous in tlieextreme Mrs Thoipe says hat during a drive in the morning with Iubby he drew pistol and threatened ito hoot shP did not at narryhini consent he also hreatened to smoother the altar if she nadc any refusal to vitlv He thcn drove her to en b for Gross to com ft iictliy ross cxaniincdit and witS tbcercmonyrj all liis Lad on1 k louage ihe stpod upatithe Crossand in owtones luade the al signrbf bance till the ro be placed 15 nger wlich she dropped ilu of devotion ATERRIFIED REPOBM The Contest of 92 Will Be Settled by the Press AND DEMOCRACY CAPTURES THE PRESS A Majority of the Leading News papers and Magazines Are Held the Enemy and the Fanners Arc Being Converted to Free Trade PITTSBUUG April fourth armna dinner of the Kcpublican Club in com melioration of the sixtyeighth birthday o General IJ S Grant was given tonight Onr Guests was responded to by Colonel J M Schoonmaker of this city by Governor James A Bearer and The Republican by Hun Thomas Heed Speaker of tho House of lieproscutatives Heed spoke at length 011 election frauds and ballotbox stufling h the South The remedy ho said was tho passage of the Senate bill enlarging tho powers of the United States supervisor over Stato elections Assistant PostmasterGeneral Glarksou spoke to tho toast The Republican Hrico wns much derided from his phrase iv 1SSS that the campaign of that year was ar intellectual one yet his statement was true Political said the speaker are coming more and more to be fought in the arena of discussion aud in the newspapei press The torchlight andjf the red light as political arguments are being superseded by the intellectual discussions of the press campaign of1802 will be a newspaper campaign and it has already begun Tho Democrats saw this before tho Republicans for any close observer must have seen tho marvelous manner in which the Democratic party has boon strengthening its linos In the newspapers and magazines In the largo cities of the East they have captured nearly ail the magazines and all the illustrated tho mercenaries of the press and literature have been pressed Into their ser vice The reinforced Democratic press is a startling tibing for the party to face and it must face it with courage aud wisdom In lS7ew York City copies of the daily newspapers arc printed daily Less than of them are Republican This means that twotilths of the Republicans of NewYork city and its environments are reading tho Democratic papers talcing tho Democratic version of tilings and the young peopleof their households are being edu cated unconsciously against the party of their fathers In Boston the papers of greatest circula tion aro also Democratic The same is true of nearly every largo city in the coanlrry The Democracy has also pressedIts con quests to the agricultural press and in tho last three or four yearsmany of the farm ers papers in the West have become advo catesoffree trade It was largely through this line and the Farmers Alliance that Democrats based their claim that tho North wpsfo wasfor free trade andwas ohanging to Even as good an organization as thatof tho farmers was utilized andFarmers Alliances were estab with all Democrats and all weakkneed Republicans In tho neighborhood gathered into their folds wore supplied with free trade literature secretly and constantly Such a propaganda has never been known in America as that of tho Democrats in their hunt in secret and through a changing press in behalf of free trade in the West today arid I submit to you as Republicans that it is time for our party to take notice of what tlie opposition is doing by increasing and strengthening its CONGRESSIONAL PROCEEDINGS Allen Tries to Explain His Attack On Bills Passed WASHINGTON April the Senate the Senate bill to carry out in part the terms of tho agreement with tho Sioux Indians of Dakota for a portion of their reservation aud appropriating for that purpose was reported and passed The Senate then proceeded to tho calcn dar and passed the following The Senate bill to validate preemption filings and pre imption proofs made with the States of Northand South Dakota Montana and Washington the Senate bill authorizing the Secretary of tho Interior to negotiate with the Turtle band of Chippewa Indians for a reservation Thpjoint resolution accepting the dona tion of the battlesword of the late Captain umupl Chester Reed tendered as a gift by ills sou and providing forthe presentation tohim by Congress of a gold medal was iakeh up but after some discussion was aidovcr The following bills were passed The House bill with amendments ihe funding act of Arizona the Senate bill amend the Interstate Commerce act as tlie mode of procedure Adjourned man been moned to Berlin confer ment foreign rovernmcuts The at DABMSTAIT Jand v wi tnessed ai piiyate perform that the the EgmoHtHotcLand informed tho acei bier imentswhoareiiiefficient itlioterose andreported the bill to Thorpes father threatens to Hiibby du sight House WASHINGTON April Allen rising to a question of personal privilege lied to strictures in the press and by the Pennsylvania Republican convention on his recent in which he reflected on the ntegrity of Sena tor Quay He said it had never been his purpose to begin an attack on Senator Quay and he had never done so n tlie heat of debate in reply to Gannon who arfaigned the party be auseith ad jdefaultinjfStato Treasurers he imply said that the Democratic party never elected them to tlie United States Senate or of its National Com mitted He didnot know Quay but under tood he was a man of some good traits He to any conspiracy to Injure or defame him TheHouse then went into Committee of tlie Whole on the Legislative Appropriation Inspeaklhg to a verbal aroendment ciiticlscd the appointment of a1 post n aster in his townand quoted froma letter feolleaguc Evans to people of that own were ballotbox stufliingund that he Enlpe and ought tobe disci Tbis precipitated a wordy debate which lasted some t Texas raised point of order against providing Vfor the an i pbintiifcnt by the Secretary of the Interior Pensiorr Appeals at S2000 perycareach Tbppoint v T i am endmen t ir Ing the ss the number of persons in their depart committee QJV j vV 101 order of7 previous ques v was fire calls further pro rceedings callv were with1 Yeas 141 nays 20 the Speaker counting several Democrats to make a quorum and tho previous question was declared ordered The House at 11 oclock adjourned An Eviction Riot DUBLIN April is learned that serious trouble occurred during eviction proceedings Thursday on the Ponsonby es tate Patrick Stanton a tenant defied tho entire fore of bailiffs and police having placed an iron gate as a barricade inside the door of his house Tho door was soon out to pieces with axes by the sheriffs butthey found it impossible to remove tho gate inside They then tried to effJBt nu entrance through the windows but SUinton battered their heads with a shovel A large crowd of tenants assembled and a serious riot receiving severe Injuries After a fearful struggr several tenants were arrested An Vanderbilt NEW YOHK April Dispatch Francisco Chronicle bilt Allen a grandson of Commodore Van derbilt has beori sued by his father D B Allen of Cor which tho old man loaned his son and which he refuses now to pay though his father is over seventy and poverty stricken The son sets up tho statute of A MINSTREL SHOW An Advance Agent Dances to the Tune of an Actresss Rawhide MACOX Dis Francisco Cltroniclt Series Miss Georgia Ilamiu and troupe played here last night 11 or bill wore posies for an entertainment tonight the agent of a minstrel troupe arrived and pro ceeded to advertise his show on tho bill boards covering up Miss Hainilns display Thereupon she provided hoiself with a rid ing whip arid with her assistants began to hide Mr Lawrences bills behind pure white paper Lawrence appeared on tho scene and the climax of the impromptu drama was the sharp cowhiding of Mr Law rence bv tho irate star Lawrence daneed hia acknowledgments and emphasized his silence with defensive gestures The dropcurtain was worked by the City Marshal Another Bucket Shop Goes Under PITTSBUJUS April Pittsburg Com mission Company thn greatest bucket shop in this city has failed CHICAGOS LABOR TROUBLES NO PROSPECT OF A WITH THE CARPENTERS Tho NonUnion Men Appeal to tho Govern ment for Protection The Stockyard Employees Listen to Counsel CnrcAcro April spitb of the con ference to be held today there is but littlo prospect that tho strike will be settled The Carpenters and Builders Association re fuse to in any way and insist that they will agree to no terms until this is done THE STOCKYARD STRIKE It is now stated thatthere will bo no strike of tjhe packinghouse employees at the as time The strike would involved There was a strong sentiment but the older heads who had passedthrough the strike of 1880 counseled against it as hopeless and their counsel prevailed A At a meeting of the nonunion carpenters have came here from other States since the beginning of tho strike a memo rial was drafted setting forth that they have been assaulted and terrified that the local police and other authorities refuse to protect them and that they therefore ask Government protection The memorial is addressed to Secretary Blainc President OConnell of the Carpenters Council declined to say whether the strike would now be declared off as to tho new bosss association further than that tho subject would be considered at a meeting to bo held Monday Pull authority Co make a binding agreement with the journeymen was given tonight by the new bosses to their arbitration committee A settlement of the carpentersstrike is still a problem of the future Tho Builders Ex change today declined to recede from their position not to recognize the Carpenters Council and as expected the joint confer encesof thevariousrepresentatives were a a failure The builders at a meeting to day decided to complain to Mayor Crejiier that police protection was not afforded the nonunionist carpenters who desired tu work and that unless more active measures were employed an appeal to Governor FIfcr for militia would be made In a statement tho public tonight the builders and master carpenters say that while not abridging tho right of any member to make any agreement he pleases they will not as anassociation be a party to any agreement that willdeprive any employee from the right to earn his bread whether or not he belongs to their union The gas fitters went on a strike today as had been 1 AN ENGLISH STRIKE CONDON April workmen in the slate quarries at Festimiog Wales have struck for an advance of wages THE imsn STRIKE DUBLIN effortsfailed to remove the deadlock between the railroad men and the employers Freight been stopped and the passenger and m ail trains erratic service The signal men who struck will be prosecuted for The peopje are irritated bythe loss of tradeand diver sion of American mails to Southampton and no sympathy is the strikers A SHADY TRANSACTION Democratic Financier Makes a Profitable Deal A ALTIMORE April San Francisco Chronicle The merchants bankers and politicians to day were discussing the remarkable bus ness transaction credited to Tames Sloan president of the Farmers and Mer chants National Bank and th e fin an cial ad viser for many years of the Maryland Demo cratic campaign The transaction eferred to came out in the testimony of Hollis McJxim of MbKim before theArcher investigating committee He said that ohSepteraber 27 1SSS the Static had purchedfrom Sloans bank of Baltimore Ohio car trust yet on that same day these bonds were sold on the stock exchange for This statement has caused of a sensation especially on South street Mr Sloan does ript deny the truth of Mr Mcc Jims statement but clatois that while a small sum couldhare been secured at v forced up the Ho also claims per centBe thisfas it may both the State PRICE FIVE CESTTS SLAUGHTER OF INNOCENTS A Milwaukee Monster Who Cast Live Babies Into the Flames Tho Clayton Story Boston Woman Foiled in Her Attempt Kill Her Crimes of the Day April 26 Francisco Chronicle evening paper devotes five columns to an al leged expose of tho criminal practices of Thomas Hatchard About ten days ago Hatehard brought a suit for divorce against his wife Mrs Nancy M J Hatchard in which ho alleged that she excessively used liquor and morphine Mrs Hatchard in her answer charges her husband with many cruel and brutal acts Including criminal malpractice and the burning of young ba bies alive Among other things the answer which is sworn to states that at the time she was married to Dr Hatchard he was 60 years od and she but Ifi and they were illsuited to each other She charged that he converted their homo into a hospital where women were treated and that she was forced against her will to care for and nurse them after lie had performed the operations She also alleges that on at least IAYO occasions the doctor burned tho babies alive and that one woman Maggie Ijogan from Fond du Lac county died in their house from the effects of a criminal operation The answer gives names and dates and details a horriblo chapter of crimes alleged to have been committed by tho doctor liu MTTBDKR15D rWENTV INFANTS MILWAUKEE April an interview attested by Mrs ITatchard declares she saw her husband take no less thah live new born infants build a hot fire and throw them shrieking and kicking into tho fiamcs He did tho same she says with many others both dead and alive probablytwenty altogether The girl and another named Langworthy died from the effects of abortions in tho house Tho records of the Health Depart ment show the death of these girls A MURDEROUS AVlKK TA1JOHD BOSTON April Mary Grimslick a middleaged lady living at tho North End has been for conspiring to kill her husband Michael by poison She told her desire to be rid of her husband to a physi cian who was attending him and the phy sician gave her harmless which she believed were poisons and which she administered to her husband Tho phy sician had several interviews with her at his oiHce and each time she asked potions Witnesses were in and such amazing evidence was that the woman was finally taken into cus tody A MERCENARY MtTRnEREH April IK Mot ris was arrested here today for tbernurder of George Roberts and John Moss last Thursday evening On thai day the three men were traveling in company through Groer county While his companions were asleep Morris shot and killed them both robbed the bodies and then burled them in a sandbank emu CLAYTON ST Louis April rilHon special says A sensation was produced here by the dispatch from Loa Angeles stating that Torn Hooper was prob ably the man who killed John The widow of Hooper lives in Morrillton and in an interview today stated that the story a fabrication from beginning to end that she nor her husband never knew anybody named Charles is and at tho time LowSs says her husband was away from home bo was sick in bed with the dropsy of which disease he died last December Further when Clayton was killed her husband was sick at home which statement can becorrobprated by the family physician Angeles Dr Smith of Loi TWO EVENTFUL LIVES TZic Romantic History of a Russian Anarchist and His Wife NEW YonK April Dispatch Francisco Chronicle ID Shevitch the leading Anarchist of tbo iountry and editor of the New YorkToto Zeitunrj after long negotiations with the Russian Government has been given tho right to take possession of his large ancestral estate in Russia from which he was ban ished because of bis political creed Shevitchs life lias been a most eventful one while that of his wife who was first married to a prince is full of was educated atStutt gart and Guttenberg and is old After leaving college he was of ihc BussJan legation at Stuttgart he lost becausehe embraced socialism His brother at that time was Governor of the Lisland Russia in the family estate was located When the elder Shevitch died the governor got his share ot the estate but to was confiscated because ho was an exile from his native landand a political enemy of tbe Czar Soon after this for defending his Governor lost favor with the Czar aud was deposed from his high office The eventful period ofthelife of Mrs Shevitch began in 1851 in the gay court Emperor William at her father Count greatVscholar and He met the f air andrthey fell in love The would not consent to ful that It would eocial I tion because of Government j 1 Prince large estates In HunU gary was you thf ul t to her hand heard this she fled to LassaUe herself under his protection officials and severely criti ised and the chargers that if he wie progress should cover all the made by 5 State simila dealsjiwpuld be brought to v c Mr the Ilgl r t which was fpughtfeon Thenhe Ciuntess throuchout   

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