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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - April 30, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                CIRCULATION EXCEEDING In t3ie City Combined THE MOST EXTENSIVE In the Mountain FOI MJt i i SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY APKEL 30 1890 PRICE FIVE THE ALLABSORBING TOPIC trie Tariff and Everything Else Gives Way to Silver HARBISON VETOES A BUILDING BILL JJo In 1 ionics a Policy 1iiblic of ClOHC AD Kcceivc So MucU a I 517 IVmrUioritli WAHiifNfiroN April M 1800 It bjcoriiiM more doubtful whether the ScniiUs committee will he able U figiot on any silver bill which will unite the on the Hour Many liepublloari Senators prefer that they should not and would rmicli rather tako tho chance of amending Ilonso bill and trusting to tho rusiills of a rathcrth an to yield tho fitfhl In advance All that there Is no clari W of silver loKMatiori failing and that a jiioasiiro will pass which will contain two features Mm lirnt providing for n Increase of the luUntf medium ami the second furnishing a markol for tho ontlrc production of Uio American sllvor mines Tim silver men triiHl in addition tho bul lion redemption clause will bo eliminated or have Its nails so closely out that it can do no daniiifjo lint whaUivor tho form In which It nally will pass sliver bill Is be takon stp a Tow woclcs and pushed to a rapid conclusion II cannot bo laid aside or pul oittof sltfhfc 11 Is the tfreat question of paramount to which Lariflyields In general fllscusHion CII1N1WK WAHHINCJTON April 20 Associated JrisssJ The Secretary of tho Treasury bas iCHHilved a Jnritf riMiort from 7i E Coon Ohlndso Inspector at Han Olotfo Oalirornhi In rejcard to the KiniifCtfllnK of Chinese into tho United from Mex ico Ifo says n carofnl inspection of the country and the roads crossltiK tho State line from Tia Junmiia to Ihe monument at tho son shows opportunities for crossing the lino andIt is Impossible with Mio prosont force to prevent all Jhinosu from entering tho country He says Uio Htniitf Ohlriamcn Into tho United States Is a profitable traillc at no small dimensions backed by vory with principal heatliiuartors at Sun KrjuifilsoO and China The evidence siiDins to that con tracts aru made In liiua to deliver safely diicli Chinanuin on American soil and a guarantee Is Klven If the delivery made In the money SMO Is paid Tin Clifcnuiutnanprdvldcid with tlckots to various ports In Mexico and onthoir arrival in tho San Krunclsoo are truis ferreil to oasters by which they arc taken to finsunnda or other ports the real destination of tho China Ooon is the United Stales and ao matter where he lands be it In Mexico or Canada ho will at the earliest possible iiomcnt work his way to hlsorijjlnaldestina Jon Theaction of the injirohlb further transfers In tho harbor of San a most fortunate order and vlll siuvo to eluKik the traillc Tor time it least but I apprehend thai in the near iiitlire steamship lines will bring them clireet from China and land ihom on soil as near tlu Uniled Status as that they may finally reach tho country they sire looking for Legislation on this subject by Congress If woll considered will sitVord tttn jiorary relief and In rny opinion It will bo kifoniHl ntcossnry for our to in Jwcotiato treaty stipulations with Mixico and Yho British Goveniiiunt whereby those nations will exclude Chinamen from their territory on this continent The surest and most sptody and economical punishment a hiiiiuimn can ami one to bo the most dreaded by him Is to send him at once to his native QUITK A KIlltOH A clerical error has been discovered In tho text of tlio bill establishing tho Territory of Oklahoma In describing the territory to bo included tbe bill says tho boundary follosvs tho south line of Mio Oul kit westward fc thewest line of It should rctul Westward to the east lino if Tho bill is still in the Interior not signed by the Pmsiilotit it mav IMveoallcd by concurrent resolution amended and passed or amended by Joint resolution In any eviiit thero will be no delay in curry ing tho provisions of the law into tsflYOt ON IUltMC nafrJsun has vetoed Mio llonso bill the coiistniction of tin addi tion to tho public building at Dalhis Texas at a cost of Tho bill as originally introdueed llxod as tho limit of ex pense and tho President cites a letter from tho Supervising Architect of tho Treasury that in extension of ample dimensions could bo erected for Tho building for whloh tho oxtonsion is proposed and was only completod last year The Irosideut says In part i nn not nnfritMiilly U libonil iiniinnl oxpindl tuns thd oivction of miblio btiihlings infotv nnd in tho oC miblic bnsinoss dcnuimls tt and i will ixirmit H would howistr in my opinion to niivl less oqstly honsos and to llx hy nl tlio ninonnt of iknniuil oxpondi vuvs for this purpose and somo order of profonMKc for oitits asking for public lut in viow of UgislsiMon looking to ft very largii reduction in our revomics ami tint ur onovami nuwssiiy for n largo incronso in certain I am of opinion that appropriations for the orvotion of public buiUlings and all kindred oxponditnros should bo kopt at a niininuim until tho otloct of oIlnT Is acouratoly meas ured of public buildings is hirjioJy u of local necessity and convonionco whiln tiros for an rohof and ro coniUoiipf tho soKliurs and sailors of tho war nocossary const dofcMisis and for an intension of our comimirco with other nuricau Statos aro of nocossity and involvo tions not of conveniunco but of justice honor safety and general GiiMirh and from that point open nogotla tlosis with the Klckapoos Krowas Sacs and loxos and othor Indian tribes occupying the territory immcullatcly adjoining Olcla honia on tlio Cast fora cession to the United of their surplus lands before rcsurn ing with the Oherokccs TIIK BBNATOUS ClVK IT UP The Ftanato caucus committee on sllvor did not meet today Some mem bersexpress tho opinion that no further ellort will be made to reach an agreement the hHoriMico between the contending In terests represented being radical The matter they say will be allowed to rest where it Is until the acts upon the bill now pending Another Resigns OniCAfJO ApHl Manager K P Hiploy of tlioGliicagu Burlington today resigned to take cllcct Juno J st ile has accepted the second vicepresidency of tho Chicago Milwaukee St Iaul Rail way and will have entire charge of the operating and traillc departments Tho iiurlingtun directors today elected George If now vicoprosldonl of the Bur lington ft Northern sis second vice president to succeed II 15 Stone He will act tem porarily as general manager Tho general passengor agents of tho West ern road mot today and progress toward the of the Western Passenger Association A Now Opium Scheme OrriCAdo April novel opium smtig glfng suhomo was discovered today Tho pollen raided an opium den and found among othor things a number of lemon rinds filledwith opium Tho end had boon cut off tho irisifio scraped out opium put in and tho end carefully comontcd again It Is not known how extensive this smuggling may have boon CONGRESSIONAL PROCEEDINGS METHOD OF OOUN A QUOItUM Tho Land Gran I JorfoIturo JJ1H The IJomocrats JlJcnoiiiioo u ji tlio TrcHsury Uopnrtincnt April tho Senate after tho transaction of routine business consideration of tho Land Forfeiture bill was resumed Plumb dismissed Calls amendment as to hinds In Florida IMalt interrupted to ollcr concUiTunl resolution which was agreed to iho President to return the Oklahoma bill Ho explained that owing to errors of his own the word wast had been used In place of east in tho descrip tion of boundaries isldenition of tho Land Forfeiture bill was resumed On a motion to lay Jails miendmont on the table no quorum voted fynas navs oidl of tho w of iiHMiibers Shurmati nso iiidsalcl thai wlKJiiovor a quorum was present Midi tin did nut fllsolosu fact ho should insist upon tinMiiisiblu rulo thai tho Senators and not voting should bo countod asktsd if Slionnan itilondiid Lo clis rugard pairs or Llic ruins of Sijnalo and au tlmprnsidinw olllcor to do that which tho Spjiuknroftho Mousi had bnciiongaguil in Sliunmin siiid ho would not Inoak a pair but it is thu duty of nvcry pwsoti not paired to I In tluuiglit tin fact oC suoli bning pms Mit and a might bo proporly iiinouiHMd by chair and that ovon the rulo idopUd bv tiio of Representatives was in luniordaiHjo with thoSunalu rules and with snniii Iurthor Uio qnstion was lakcri up and Calls uniuiidimYriYlatd on ho tuhlw hya strict party nays an nmuiidinnut which was igrund to doclarlng that tlii act should not be luiislruid lo conldr any right on any Slatcicor loration or purson to lands In tho nanis Iho bill then passed without livlslon a bill granting a ifni of a year to thu widow of General Mc lollan Roftirred Tin Semite tlion uoeeeded to of he Me Kin ley Adm Customs bill Tlio was road and aineudment recomiiiended iv thu uoininitteo agreed to Siivcial olliers were iibmitted and wcat ovor without action Adjourned House April Semite resolution MISconcurred in jonecrning tlie irrigation of rid lauds In tho valley of tho Uio Grande Tho resident is to negotiate with kllii a vicwto Uie irrigation of tho valley Tho agreed to requesting the onI to include In his negotiations all pthersub of iiitennitidmivl oharactor which may bo eemed to alVect the present or prospective re ations of the two governments llnuso agreed to the Senate concurrent g the 1rusiduiit return tin MARTIAL LAW IN AUSTBi A Summary Ulodfe of Dealing flfitl Turbulent Spirits A REVOLUTIONARY PLOT IN PARIS An Anarchist Conspiracy to Incite Military lie do Mor Shahs Consort ant Her Foreign News April Pispatch San Francisco Chronicle Series publi cation In the newspapers throughout Austrl of the provisions of the martial law as they stand in this empire has had a powerfu tendency toward removing fears of dlsorde next Thursday which have probably beci greater here than in any other country ir Europe owing to tho apparent unroadiues of the Government as compared with Gcr many and Franco for handling great bodies of rioters in the event of a general disturb ancc This law has been in practical ancy ancc for forty years with tho result that the present generation has been hitherto finite ignorant of its stern provisions ami tho power which it gives the official world over the people Martial law may bo proclaimed atany time by a simple district police Inspector without waiting for action of higher authority or permitting any delay Assoon as this Is demo every case oi1 robbery Tiiurdor arson or resistance to troops may bo dealt with bya summary court which empowered to sentence an ononclcr In any of those csisus to hangingwithintwo hours Such swilb punishment as this is likely tc deter rioters from acts of violence and to have as quieting an o fleet as the elaborate moans already taken by the French and Ger man Governments to prevent trouble on May Day This is tho opinion of tho bettei classes whose fear of widespread disorder is porcopMbly by tho publication of these tacts KNOIjAJiD AM THU AMJIANCE The Austrian newspapers in commenting on tlio mooting of Qiieon Victoria with Kaiser Wllholm al Barmstadb declare that England Is practically an ally of tlio triple alliance although not formally committed to I T1IH BlIAItS CONSORT AND EUNUCHS Tlio wife oftho Shah of Persia is now in this ciliy whither she has come to consult eminent oculists She is IJ5 years old and of i rather delicate form She lost her right viyo some four yearsago from glaucoma The disease made its appearance in her left about threemonths ago and she was itrongly advised to como to Europo and ob tain the best tmatnuiut to She re fused to make tho jourhoy until her sight was on rely gone Society Is greatly excited over tho clr attending tho womans visit When tho day for thw operation arrived tho slashing of western customs and eastern occasioned several curious scenes riiioe eunuchs of tho ladys suite insisted on remaining in tlioroom and almost as to remove her veil The eunuchs that the veil should be cut aroundtho eye when it was necessary to see Mi at organ but nowhere else The Persian Minister and tlio eunuchs had to bo force before the operation couldbe preceded with The oiuiuchs fnughtsavagoly and it will now be heir duty to report to thu Shah tho indig nity to which his wife has been subjected and according to thelerslaa law is punishable by death A QArtftlSON WANTED A delegation of twenty young colored men representing a free American press wlth F L Thornton of Now York as spokes man waited on tho Prasldont today and urged the appointment of kdward P Me Cabe of Oklahama as Secretary of that Ter ritory OTHS Grosvenor Introduced in tho House a bill adding to the Interstate act a bidding common carriers to transport oils In tank cars at a less rate than wooden packages or barrels in Sherman introduced a similar bill in the Senate A STATE BEOBPTION The last of the official state receptions was thitt ito the generalpublic Riven to at the White House by tho President arid by Mrs Noble AVludoui Waiiamakor and Mrs Rusk J IXDlAi LANDS WAUTKO Tlie Secretary of tho Interior has directed kliilioiini bill for tho purposo nf hiiving uu urror inlilltul tlii Appropriation bill was reported ml plsioiMl on onliMiiliir Tlio Somite hill WHS pussod for Iho disposal of Kurt military nisurviifiou in Colo ado awl Nebrsisku Tim llntisi wiiu into 01 tho hole oii Hit bill providing for tho oliissillcdtkm of worstwcl oloUis us wooltms IMngUV suid tho object of thr bill wns mnku oidur a question which hud nriMMi in mgjiid to ihn oltissilicutlfiii of goods niultu1 Uio ox isiinp tarilV and to concut uH doubt and niisap prolmiisinn Oiullski sahl tho olTuot of Uio bill would lo simply to ralsti tho duty on worsted dollisfrom 1H and wiUs u MI thus placing those on tlio sumo aw wonlon cloths Tho present Sooroliirv of thu Treasury in faco of law had that no legislation was notjussary to correct Mm and that tuuKutho luw ho would tlironi tho customs olll lo Impose the spiclllo duty of on con Is on worsted cloths ImporUns paid tho higlitn1 rate of dutv nndnr protest lu tlio Circuit Court it had boon UcUlodlhat the higher ruto was un and Iho decision would undoubtedly he atilrnuid by tho Suiircme Court Tho import or would recovor from treasury all ho hud paid I oxcnss of IS or cunts Jittor having alroudv thai cxooss to tho price to tho This could not bo prevented now tint CVmiiross ooukl provout importers from con tinuing this until tho Supreme Court ruiulorod a ft was the duty of Congress to protect the noonlo and tho treasury ugainst this wrong Mills said tho Socrotary of tho Lreasurys de cision was iv palpable violation ofa law save tho Government from by tho ilionftl acls of to save tho poo nlo frotn the burdon of paying a duty twice and the Government aiul people had to yield Palpa blv wrong as tho bill was it might be better to iwss It than to liavo the people pay a duty twice McMillan opposed the bill Tho commit two then rose and Diusloy moved that further bo limited to forty minutes McMillan thought this too short and thei consc quonflo was throe roll calls before tho motion was to Another roll call was necessary to ro solvo tho House back into committee SpriiiRer Wilson Uf and Breck opposed the McKinlovdertuidod the decision of tho bccrc tary of tfio Treasury Tho bill provided for sirfiplo justice it did not increase tho duty Tlio dutv now paid was paid under tho decision of tho Secretary and all the bill did was to continue tho collection of the duty under the interpretation of tho law given by tho Secretary HreokiurUlge offered an amendment pro viding for freu and a duty of 25 per cent ad oaloivin on worsted and woolen cloths iaftor Uio 1st of October ISM Tho Chairman ruled tho amendment out on a point of order on tho groundthat the bill re lerrtd to a classification ami mot rates of duiry Brcokinridgo appealed but tho decision was sustained 71 to 86 Tho committee then rose and reported thij bill to the House On passage tho bill u6 quorum voted and there being 110 quorum present Ding loy in view of tho fact that a Eopublican caucus was called for this evening at moved an ml joiiruinont which was carried A New York Bnnlc Fails NEW YORK April Homestead Bank at Tenth avomieiandliftythird street has slmt down Bad business was tho cause of suspension Tho bank had a capital of It is said that every one will re ceive clue him Mr Khan AprU Hassoin Khan today tobkfoiit a lioonso to wed JXlss Mario deXamflsta Khan save liis uge as 75 YOars Mlss LaniHsta Is old o secretary 01 npfbe if the pros to prboo84 Peraian Minister VIENNA April The Fjnporor yesterday gave audience to tho Deputies from Itidht whacked that a giirrison bo established al tluit place Inquired Into the real causes of the recent disorders Tlio Ivoiohs will hold a session on May Day Local riots arc reported in various parts of the country ires liavo occurred in and Bolochow It is thoy were incendiary due agrarian agitation HLOTE3IS BAYONETTBD There was a workmens afc Frang stadt today A factory was pillaged by a mob Thetroops bayonottedmany rioters TLIE CRETAN SiKGIi OANNKA April state of siege on tho Island of Orotc has been raised and abolished The Christians on thu island arc jubilant JiKENCH ANAnciriSTS AHKESTED PARIS April Anarchists were arrested yesterday Among them was the Marquis do Mores his secretary Mondacq and Urovofit soorofcrtry of tho Hair Dressers Union A number of additional arrests wore made throughout Franco of persons charged with inviting the workingmen to riot and pillage on MayJsl it Is Naquet Do Konlcdeand Laguorro tho noted Ronlangists arc on the island arrangements Tor Boulangors return to France on May 1st to tako part in thelabor demonstration FOUTV MORE AliflESTED Forty more Anarehjsls among them an Italian named Capriaiil were arrested to day for attemptingto create disorders by workingmon The Anarchist cominittoe has resolved that the orders of the policefor tho regulation oftho demonstration Thurs day will bo obeyed by tlio Temps says the polico discovered in the Marquis de Morosslioiiso printed documents designed to incite the workingmen to dis order and found iivDutnontshouso a secret press manifesto urging tho troops to mutiny They also ascertained that certain anarchists intended to throw dynamite in order to effect revolution on Mtiy Day Marquis do Mores was examined and re manded He is charged with melting mur der pillage and revolt in the army The soldiers revealed tho seditious pamphlets which led to stated that tho MarquIs deMores and friends engaged in the plot Orleans with giving assistance to the revolting anarchists ancl Boulangists Vno ware incited by the protectionists spiilt the 3hainber of Deputies ustend ing to increase the price of The plotters counted on tho neutrality ofthe higher grades in the which dissatisfaction existed because a civiliaix was appointed Minister of Bear The poilice assert thattho anarT chistsbave storesVof clyuamifce cartridges TILE GEIiMAX DEMONSTRATION Socialists of Sile iia havodecided not to observe May 1st as a holiday KONIGSBEUG managers of the gas works leading manufacturers have agreed to re fuse work to men part in the May Trenton N7 seventytwo years ago and carneto Detroit He was one of the foremost conductorsof underground railway and many to Can adax during tho In LSAS when John Brown came to Detroit Lambert met him and in the conference attack on Harpers ferrv was planned1 and discussed In that conference Fred Douglas opposed Browns plans while Jean IJaptist was more iiery than Brown and believed the church but Brownand1 Lambert were outspoken against wns a mcm bnr of Browns famous Chatham convention and was the troasiirer in thtlvLeagne of Lib erty which grew out of it tJvown being the IMosidcnt lie was cooBdant of the time and during thfe a leader of his race He was prominent ih Ma sonic and Odd Fellow circjles and leaves POSTPONED The Electrocution of Kemmler De layed by Habeas Corpus SAVED BY THE CBJPTAIN i CoolHearted Steamboat Oflicer Who Deserves i Medal April stoam er II B of the StyJohns River line was burned early this morfiing in Beresford lilcc 100 miles south oi this city causing tho lossof three passen ger John Collins deckhand and Albert MaHory n waiter all colored When the alarm was sounded the part of tho vessel was and tho pas sen jrors half dressed in a terrible state of alarm Some lumped overboard and in their fright began fjwirominff away from the landing CaptainII nil with rare prescntjo of mind had the lifeboat cast oil and held her besidethe burning vessel re volver in He for the women and children and put them in not letting a man approach The captains coolness saved the lives of all Tho vessel valued at Union Puciiic Bomis Due NWYOttK April meeting of tho bondholders of the Southern branch of the Union Pacific was held yesterday The holders of a majority of tho bonds voted to declare tho principal due It will be paid by the reorganization committee of tho Kansas and Texas rcfud operates tho property covered by the bonds The First ami Iiasg Baron LONDON April Hammond the first Baron dead His father was the firstMinister from Groat Britain to the United Statics With tho death of Baron Hammondtho title be comes extinct r TOLO THE PASTOR HE THE ELECTRICAL COMPANY FIGHTS IT Should the Be Declared Uncon stitutional New York State Will Be in a Curious Predicament A Wronged Womans Desperate Deed is taken from the court and delegated to an executive oflicer on some uncertain substi tute upon some undefined unaccountable cause WOODRUFF IMIADS xSUlLTY CniCAfio April Woodruff at one time suspected of complicity in tin murder of Dr Cronin pleaded guilty afternoon to a chnigo of horse stealing and was sentenced 10 months in Bridewell SISTEK JAMISON iFAIUSWJCLL EN visit RUPTS A Tlio Difficulties Under Which a KocJcaway J5ealii Faster Veracity impoiichodas Ho Went Along NEW YOIIK April Francisco John E Fray of the First Ooiigregational Church KockawayBeach prcaohed his farewell sermon under great difficulties on Siinday last His relations with many of his congregation have been unpleasant tor iorao time andon call accepted At tho conclusion of iiis sermon he spoke of his troubles church arising from the opposition of a woman to allowing his vacation and said To tell thetruth church society at that time was so far behind with me in tho matter of salary that in order to keep myself and family from starving I had to go away and earnsome noiioy to buy the necessaries of At this point In the the still voice of an angrywoman rang through thosacrud edifice You arc a The startled congregation rose to itsfeet almost Jmultanoously and nocks wereorancd to see whence tho wordscame Then it was icon that Deacon John Jamison oring to suppress his wife who stood up irmly braced against the front their pew icar tho center of tho Before the over the first outburst had fairly begun subside she again shouted as she pointed her right hand toward thepastor You have preached nothing bub lies since you have boon She went from the shuroh and the congregation applauded Fray continued an account of his troubles ind frequently met with outburstsin differ mt parts of tho church Such epithetsas you its and you knowits nob were hurled at him Ho continued sowevcr to recite the many troubles which jad beset him during his lymn was sung and tho pastor gave the jenediotion and tho congregationwasyells nissed ABMOUK ON THE COAST The Beef King Interested in the Cali fornia Packing Houses CHICAGO April San Francisco Clironidc E Hedges and A S Garretson of iioux City Iowa are in the city inoonsul ation with Armour and beef menon a matter whichpromises to the moat business ofthe en ire Pacific Coast Hedges said inan in low All our deals thus far have been successful Ve oxpect to establish immenso packing houses a San Francisco and begin operations iutchuring on the Pucific slope is still carried in in i primitive way San Francisco is to he slope York City is to the Sasteraooiist it is easy tosec the rpnictica ilitv of one scheme A dollars have eon secured can geb more ifit should bo coded have not only decided on JL Sun Vancisco also on establish ncnts in different sections of the West Pcr ps we may do something m there any other man interested besides Vrmour say he was interested himself Ml ay this though Armour does si good pportnnifcy to branch out in hi if the scheme good he will be he of iho syndicate A TERRIFIED NEGRO As the Result of a Practical Joke He Commits Suicide t y NiswYoiiK April an Francisco Bra brought a sin lilar suicidetot negro named Ycitiiey as Ie had beerx taken onat one laces as a One of Iiis Bho after ae ctold HE AIDED JOHN BROWN of a AVealthy Dis The San ONTARIO April Dis Francisco Chronicle Today Jlarfcha McLean asked Nathaniel 1C llutchinson to marry her and save her from the disgrace attendant upon his betrayal of her He put her off and she drew a revol ver and shot him in tho head Then she took a large dose of laudanum and lay down to die with llutehinson Tho ball has been from Hutcbinsons head but ho will probably die Tho girl resisted medical treatment but forco was used and she is likely to recover AN BOYS CIITMT CHICAGO April Cleveland of Norwood Park yesterday sentenced Frank Evens a thirteenyearold boy to thirty days in tho county jail Cor tho terrible offense of putting a live snake in tho boot of Solomon IT Burhaus who resides in tho pretty suburb named above When tho con stable brought the youthful culprit to tho clerk at the jail the latter nearly fainted on reading the mittimus which read as follows i Frank Evens entered the house of one Solomon II Burhaus and placed alive snake inone of tho said Burhauss boots the snake having a string around its neck resulting in a severe shockto the wife of said Tho boys mother later called on State Attorney Longcncekcr and said she wanted the boy sent to school as he was incorrigibly bad She was told that ho would have to do something worse than placing reptiles in other peoples boots and that some lawyer would have the boy out of jail before she would have time any thing KEMMLEK EXECUTION NEW YORK April has awakened upon the second day of his last week of life and has not yet been summoned to tho chamber of death Tho reports from tho coll this morning do not indicate any change 3u his demeanor Nothing is positively known yet as to tho day fixed for tho execution but from tho preparations going on and the arrivals of thophysicians and scientists to be present tho impression has become well grounded that Wednesday morning is the time Tho execution will probably take place at day light DELAYED JTOnSIX WEEKS AUBURN N April Wallace oftho United States Court has granted a writ of habtas corpus 17th in tho case of The ground for the writ is that the act under which tho execu tion was to take is in violation of the A Republican Caucus WASHINGTON April Republican caucus tonight considered tho McComas bill commonly known as tho antigerryman dering bill and the service pension bill MeComas explained his bill and ro forred to the action of the Maryland and Ohio legislatures as indicative of the need for immediate action on tho subject Dodw endorsed JlcComass views Kcnnody Ohio and Frank opposed tho bill The latter snid it was retroactive and would be invidious and unpopular transferring to tho National Congress tho odious gerrymandering which now and then States resort to without aflucting any pur pose The debate continued fully two hours and the matter finally went over There was a long discussion over the Morrill bill which was finally amended by a propo sition to fix the limitation at sixty years Mary Gets Her Count PniLAnKLPiiiA April civil mar riage of Maximilian Albrccht Conntof Pappenheim and Miss Mary Wistor Wheeler occurred this morning at tho residence of Mayor Fitter Tho religions services which will make tho bride of Pappen hcim will be performed at St Marks Church tomorrow THE LABOR CONFLICT ALL THE BOSTON ORGANIZATIONS WJItiEL INTO LINE Prospect of a Settlement at Tho Chicago Coopers Carpenters to Kcsumo Work Judge Wallace of the United States Circuit Court had issued a writ oi habeas corpus in tho case of tho condemned murderer William Kemmler returnableJune 17th wasa groat surprise hero For many days the townspeople hayo been on the verge of expectancy awaiting the execution by electricity for tho first time There have also boon in town innumerable newspaper men This afternoon at the dinner table thoy received their first intimation when Attorney Quimby of Buffalo said there wouldnt bo any execution and he was going home JThe reporters hastened to tho prison and after a short time Warden Durstan told them the news The writ was obtained in New exAssistant District Attorney Tioger M Sherman He had never com niunicated with Kemmler and just who em ployed him cannot be learned His connection with the ease to be like that ofW Bourke Oochran who a year ago opposed Kemmlers execution on the ground that it was cruel and unusual and therefore against the State Constitu tion There has been little doubt but Cochran had some assistance from the elec trical company whose apparatus was for the execution the company say ing that it did not want its dynamosused forsuch a purpose The result of the flght in the State courts was in favor of the new law and since the final decision nothing had been done until today Sherman came here today in company with Henry D Gaiiey who Js the attorney several electric light companies Both of these gentlemen refused to talk Warden Durston who has been bothered bynewspaper men and others during the past few weeks at first refused to be lievo in the genuineness of Shermans pa pers Sherman thereupon went before Judge Dwight and the necessary affi davits after which Warden Dnrston ac cepted service and allowed Kemmler to sign the papers constituting Sherman his attorney Kemmler who is very dull of sion paid no attention to what he was sign ing and knew nothing of the importance of the papers until it was nearly 4 oclock whenWarden Durston wpnt in explained to him what had happened Even then the prisoner looked as though he did not fully the warden said It means that your execution is not com now and that you will have two months and perhaps longer to said Kemmler justas though the beginning to dawn upon him that makes me feel much Kemmlers faco was expressionless and he sat down without appearing greatly as tonished The future of the case will prob ably be one of protracted litigation When Kemmler is produced the arguments take sometime will beweeks longer before the decision of the court is handed down Sherman mayappeal it to the UnitedStates Supreme Court andtbis will result in Lawyers declare however thattheappli cation will not be successful as they assert it within the limits of the decision ofthe Supreme Court in the ease where it claimed the eight provision ofthe Con stitution applied to State imposing certain punishments In that ease the Su preme Court decided that theprovision ap State legal vio Should the Federal courts decide the law nnconstitutionaiNew State be confronted with aproblem There will be inprison a number of condemned murderers wlio cannot be put The law pro viding for the rope as a itis argued by supplanted by tlie electrical Ifthe willhave no law for capital be passedproviding a means of execution could inotaffect sentenced itis ST JonJxvN April labor situa tion hero is assuming a grave aspect Yes terday the employees of McAvity Sons brass went out on a ninehour strike The men of the Flemings Locomo tive Works also went out A FRONT AT BOSTON BOSTON April Amalgamated So ciety of Carpenters and Joiners have for mally decided to cooperate with the Brotherhood of Carpenters The action of this body which has been regarded as the most conservative organization In this city brings in every organization in Boston in time for the eighthour movement on May 1st THE HUNGARIAN AGITATION PKSTH April agitation among tho workingmen of Hungary is assuming colos sal proportions THE CHICAGO SITUATION CHICAGO April was compara tively uneventful in the carpenters strike and tonight the headquarters of the jour more deserted than at LIES THAT MUST BE NAILED The Falsehoods Eiders Came and Carleton Are Telling BASK1N ALONE FAVORS STRUBLES BILL The Gentiles of Utah Should Meet Mormon Misrepresentations With cross Determined to Ex tirpate Mormons Made Desperate SALT LAKI TRITIUM RURKATT 517 Fourteenth Street April 2SX 3SOO The passage of tho Idaho admission bill tho decision of tho Supreme Court on the test oath case and tho reporting of the Dis franchising bill in tho House are sufficient indications of tho torn per of this Congress upon tho Mormon question It proposes to make good tho promises of the Republican party first formulated in 1S56 and rtritor ated year by year since that polygamy shall bo extirpated from thelaud if it is within their power to accomplish this end What has already been done has been se cured by hard battling against one of tho most persistent and unscrupulous lobbies over gathered at tho National capital against tho lavish use of church money dealt out with no stinted hand to tho ablest of attorneys aud in spite of the work of tho Utah delegates drawing their yearly salary from tho Government only to work against its interests When tho odds arc taken into considera tion it is surprising that so much has been accomplished The Gentilesof the West have had to depend upon volunteer assist ance from their ranks and they will have to do so largely in the future Mr Struble proposes to push the Utah test oath bill to an early vote if possible Ho is confident that the bill will pass if once it se cures consideration Tho report filed yester day a synopsis of which was wired to THE TRIBUNE last night is everywhere conceded to be au unusually strong argument for tho measure It contains as appendixes ex tracts from various Gubernatorial reports nd from those of the Utah Commission It is a scorcher and is already bringing smoke but tho loyal citizens of Utah should not rest inactive Every effort of tho Church will be used to defeat tho measure Every art of misrepresentation will be put This tho fact that the deteriuinai into effect Assistance bo called for tion to malce a settlement with the Boss j jrom every Jack Mormon of prominence In Carpenters and BuildersAssociation has 0imtTv made the unremitting measures of the last j three weeks The initial step Already thewavering members of Gon toward declaring tho strike oil had been gress are being informedby Jbersof iisk for no sucb legislation ahdthat be boycotted but they are not losing much sleep over the prospect The Journeymen and Bosses Arb Committees had a lengthy conference afternoon and arranged for a meeting to morrow to consider the details A committee from the old Masters Asso ciation called on the Mayor this afternoon to ask for adequate police protection for the nonunion men with whom they resume work next week They were prom ised all tho protection possible Their peti tions recited acts of violence on the part of the strikers etc Later in tho day a com mittee of strikers called oiv the Mayor and protested against tho charges in the com munication A PICTSnURG COMPROMISE PiTTSBUliG Supreme Coun cil Federation of Labor met hero tonight After hearing the grievances of the local men they formulated a proposition to the railway companies asking 20 and 21 cents per hour for day and night brakemen and 1ixed the wages of conductors as offered by tho The proposition is in tho nature of a com promise and it is thought it will be accepted THU COOPERS PROPOSITION CHICAGO April coopers assem bly at a meeting tonight decided to demand an eighthour day and decided to accept a reduction of 30 per cent from the present rate of wages as an equalization A com mittee was appointed to wait on the various packing houses and in case of refusal the men wiir go on a strike Thursday The police arc making elaborate preparations to guard against prospective trouble at the yards CORBIN HASTENS TO EXPLAIN He nicies lie what fc and portended somecviivtb returned to dutv lie we saw an itto Auburn Vis United States vCourtivthis the officialrsealon the sent T jVi grcttcdiour peo Prohibits the Prequciitiug of Saloons and is Boycotted BEADING Dis Francisco Chronicle systematic boycott tof the Reading Rail road in the entire Schuyllull valley to an end yesterday upon the publication of a letter from President Corbin toSuperinten dent Cable explanatory of the recent company order forbidding drinking by em ployees Severalweeks ago anorder wts posted all Along the lines that employees who frequented saloons would be discharged The subordinate officers on being asked what was answered Going saloons during or after workinghours more than two or three times a This was regarded as an interference with the private personal privileges of the men and the brewers hotel and saloon men and all business men depending upon them at once resolved to throw all their patronace for coal freights and travel to the Pennsylvania Railroad The boycott continued for two weeks Mr Coroins letter explains that hissubordinates had no authority to placeny suchconstruction on the order thatthe company did not intend to interfere with the men after working as long they did1 not partake im moderately of beer or spirits but that the discipline of the companyrequired tem perate men and that promotions wouldat all times favor sucbas were free from ovcr inaulgence in drinks This being satisfactory the boycott removed but it will be some before the CODI the valley reaches itsformer volume in vestigation Coniniitiee today heard the witnersses who stated thatatbey ybted forClayton forCon gress A of witnesses also exr anilned conceraing play ton v L tion Coiigress should be put in possession of the true state of feeling lu a form that will brook no denial even by Oaino and Carlton The latter has again put In as ho always does when the In distress THE RED FLAGAT NEW YORK Socialists Who Want It to Float From the City Hall NEW YORK April Dispatch Francisco Chronicle Tho leaders in the socialistic movement at a meeting held Saturday evening demanded that the labor men should insist on having the red flag at the mastheadof the City Hall on May 1st tSergius E Shevitch sup ported a motion to appoint a committee to call on Mayor Grant and make this demand and gave a history of the red flag which ho said did not mean war acd bloodshed but was simply typical of humanity and intended to show that the blood of all workingmen all over the world was of one color and that they should be He thought that if the Irish flag could fly from the City Hall on March tho red flatr might fly on May 1st Ernest Bohm offered that only the flag of the United States dis played The chairman refused to pitany question in regard to the matter and tho plaii for waving the red flag was CHASED BY A MADMAN A Hospital Attendant Narrowly Es capee Being NEW YORK April San Francisco Chronicle with a gleaming dagger a bloody tragedy Jn the Maiiliattan Eye and Ear Hospital today A young orderly named Merriman while making his rounds noticed an Italian patient named Antonio Pearac putting on his clothes against the physicians orders Mcr rim an forcibly tried to push him under the In an instant the patient bis pillow a murderouslooking dirkand made a savage lunge Merriman jumped back but did not escape entirely receiving a severe gashin tho sideof the The madman bounded from hifi bed and made for the orderly who for his life down the room be sprang in and slammed the door in the face of his maniac just as the latter delivered a fearful blow at his back The dagger struck the hardwooddoorr and was buried nearly an inch were summoned and after a desperate struggle the maniac was overpowered v ANTHRACITE PRIDE OUTRAGED A Wealthy Young Man Marries lish Annie for Prudential Reasons April I San TJie Shoemaker family is one of the oldest wealthiest in tbe coir Their income coal reaches is WiUiara Shoemakerl He is about W years old Six Itiwas and j t i Shoemaker said r hewouid wba reared v j   

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