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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                EXCEEDING TUAT In the City Combined THE MOST EXTENSIVE In the Mountain VOL 173 SALT LAIvE CITY TJTAH TKITBSBAY MOBBING MAY 1 1890 PRICE FIVE COUNTS WHAT THE VETO INDICATES Everything for Pensions But Very little for lluildiiigs HARRISONS POLICY FORESHADOWED CahicH Policy JliekettHri JJuMt Side UuttoiwortJi and tho BallotTloxcH Loud Ore Notes FArvr Slrocst D April Tho of tho Dallas Public Huildlng bill has excited unlvorsal com jTHsnt ft Is rogardod an a slg appro priations of I Ills clinraclor In addition 1 iakcn is a hint that Tlanison will sign ptinsion bill which Congress may pass Gannon of tho Appropriations CommitlciO Is said to have hmrnod somo time ago the IrnsldfintH vlows on this sub His Htrugglu against appropriation clauses on public building bills was It is uiidcnstood made on tho Prosidontrf nug gostlon As a it boon do cldud that hoioafUsr tho appropriation claiiHos shall bo ioft oilbills of nature and only authority to oidol tlio building and limit tho cost will lio nirriod by leaving the appropriation to bo rnado in ovory by subsequent legislation CAINIIH lUfHHWMAClKINCt rOMUV from dhipiitchos received horo It Is manl fost that Dologato CDlnos homo organ IH following out tho Washington policy of Its owner In constantly suppressing or distort ing Information Any comments from sources upon the loyal citizens of Utah will ho takon with duo allowance by those who know dcitornilnod tho hjilllori church IH try to covoihis defeat by tho advancing column iivrrrxfl IN nts WOHIC T JM lilcikcitts of Lake has boon hero two days Ify Is supposed to bo working to Ilaoo tho postollkO on tho oast side of the iiiK uKnrciNO HKA JO San Kninoisor Chrtmldo Thoro Is apparently authority for tho Htatomorit Mint tho govcirnmonts of tlio United States and Oroat aro now furlhor apart In their negotiations in rogatd to the juostion as whether or not fiohrlng If olosod Hoa thrui thoy have boon at any timo since tho negotiations wore begun Tlio United Status maintains that Is a Mosod son and wan riiiido so by tho troaly of whllo tho British Govornmonfc contends lint that treaty docs nob at all coyor thu Miceass in his line which was somewhat d life rent from mlno and I hoped that ho would uso his strength in bringing bouls to It was finally votwl that Kcv Mr Wilson bo merely told of his error and this action was taken amid much laughter and ap FigIit With an InHtiuo PAitKKitsnoiiO April Franulsco Cnrrmicle As tho oastbound fast express pulled out of ICngJcjskle on tho Norfolk Western today a burly iiegro named AVatkins inmped aboard tbo engine and with ono fetlod tho finiinari to tho floor and rolled him out of tho cab Ho then sprang on the ongineor and a desperate light ensued wlille the train was dashing along at the rate of fifty miles an hour having scores of jiaHHongors Hevoral times Engineer Morris was almost thrown out of tiie cab Aftor running twenty miles the engine began to slow up and the negro was by a skillful blow forced from train Morris sank down but managed to control his engine till tho station was readied As soon as the was knocked oil1 he fired four wild shots at tho engineer Ho was captured Tho fireman was not seriously hurt The negro was Insane A MOMENTOUS LABOR DAY The Toilers of the World Massing Their Forces AMERICANS EVERYWHERE WILL STRIKE Wimvic JttvisM Wedding N Dis iVancisco CUrimldc Is announced hero that tho marriage of Miss Wlnnlo Davls tho daughter of exPresident Davis of tho Confederacy arid Mr Alfred Wilkinson of Syracuse will take plftco early in June at the homo of tho Davis family in Mississippi Mr Wilkinson and a party of Hyraouso friends will meet Miss Davis at Now York on her return from Europe whence she sails May 10th Miss Davis has pur chased her trousseau in Paris CONGRESSIONAL PROCEEDINGS Gompers and Powderly on the Mour New Yorlc and Chicago lets and Bayonets Provided Tor European Agitators A HEKVICK BY TJlli HOUSE A MS A I OHK KUWNO WASIIINOVON April ao AMsociatod Hocfotary Tlchenor bus nforrnod tho Uiilttirl States Consul at IJIHO Norto Mexico that In cnvso of oros ooia of silver gold luid huicl whoio Mio Mll vur nnd gold tciKOthoiaro of chlof viiluo whcuf tho load Is rnoiovaluable than olthorof frowould liu dutlablo untlor provisions for load oros torni ohlof vuluo of an article orsnb ooriipcisocl of throo rimlorluls inoanliig ithan olthor of tho othors and not groutor than tholr aggfOgatc IIUTTHUWOHTK ON TUli STAND Tho spoolul Ilouso ooiutnlttoo on tho Olilo Imllothox ttHgfiry rosnruod hoarhigs this moinliig Lowls A UodOfsf Glnolniuiti an iijnployoo ol tho Olnolnnall Sirrow and Tup lompatiy whloh tho famous that Hoi Huttorworths Kortloii that ho had not spokou to Tom yoars was untnio for in 1SS IIONUVV Uuttorwoith In JumplioUs buck Olllcio Ono of tho was on tho table Wood wns thoro and thoy lookoil and us It wuitliiK to got clown to Intorruptod with tho remark are lying from beginning to Buttorworfch thon Thoro Is not a slntflo word of truth In his statoniont that I WHS thoro from hoglmilng to ond 1 jiovor was thoro novoc luul n talk with Campbell or Wood Tn faut Cumpbull and huvo not boon on siunilcing tortns us somo persons in tho room know Cor lvo or six yoars I think that possibly onco in tho past llvo or six years I was In Campbells otlloo but that was In tho front oluoo and Mion for a slnglo inoiuont 1 novor saw tho iallotboxes thoro and novor saw Wood Ttodo voitenitod tho truth of his statement arid saUl ho hal no objoot to aspocso Butter worth Adjourned r It KS IP IONT FA TJ I NATIONS Thorrosklont has sent to tho Sonato the nominations of Willis H Pottlt Survoyor Gonoral of Idaho A Swiggott liog istor of tho Land 0111 no at llolonu icorgo M Hovrqulti Kecolvor of Public Moneys Holona Montana KUKMONT UKTIUKD General John 0 Fremont was commis sioned today us MujorGonural lu tho army and was almost immediately afterward placed tho retired list JIONDKT MKHClIANniSK FOR MKXlCO 1 Tho Secrotary ot tho Trouwuny has deslg natod yan Diego as a point from whloh Imported morohandlso may bo shippedin bond In transit through tho United States to Mexico TUB SBWVJCK PfcSNSIOX The sorvioo pension bill passed by tho IIouso today authorixos tho Seorotury oC tho Treasury to plueo on tho pension roll name ofanv ofikor or enlisted man years or ovor wlio sorvod or in war and rooolvod honorable discharge said pension to commence frofn tho dato of application and continue clnrlng llfo at S per month AH persons who served ninnty lays honorably dis charged ami aro now or may hoioaf tor bo suffering from montal orpltyslortl disability shall upon pluood upon tho list of Invalid portions por month Tho bill also provides a pension for tlvo widow of any soldier whon sho shall arrive at the age of f0 yoars or bo without othor support than daily labor HE WELCOMED PETJBK Moiiyuro Involving lho Annual Expendi ture of JNourly Korfcy the 1onslou It oils Will Amount to A Nojfro Explains His Presence at a JaokMOii Baixqnot liALTIMOHK April Francisco Chronicle At a session hero today of tho African M E Church conference a heatod debate took place over tho report of the committee against W W Wilson pastor of Calvary Church of Baltimore The report stated that ho was guilty of flagrant impropriety in making a a banquet in honor of reter Jacksoni the colored pugUlsc axd recommended thafho be reprimanded in Uxo conference f Mr Wilson In dofenso of himself said f was Invited to tho reception I had of Potor Jackson and that ho had talked with kings queens lawyers and dpo i vasInforrn8dthat some of the people in thlsolty would bo I iwlnt The president of the club toicl meihe of wolcomo1 April tho Sonato Dolph from tlio Committee on Foreign Eo lations reported aconcurrent resolution ro quustlng tlio President to negotiate with Grout Britain and Moxluo with a view to sc ouring treaty stipulations for preventing tho entry of Chinese from Canada and Mex ico and ho askocl For Its Immediate consid eration Tho resolution wont over till to morrow nnd SiiuiU nisniticil consideration of tlm AdminisUiiUvo bill inovctl iniKMul tho bill by infierlinga prnvisloii giving imporU1 who js dissallsllocl a right to suit in tholJuIlud SliiUis Jircuil Court This was rlisciisscd at and bill liniilly Inlil usido wHliQUt 1lif PlntL rosofution for corroction of tho Okla honui bill wns pussucl tind thu Sonato luljounuxl WjSSifiNiiTOK April bill for the classi flciilioii uiul woolen goods wns passed iys niivH nono tho sponkor counting ft qiionmi Tho toxt of thcv bill is ns follows Thai llio Socrnfciiry of tho Treasury bo nnd hcro hy Is to olftssify as woolon cloths all imports of worstocl unclcjr tho invtnos of or cllagoniils or loiiiinlttoo on Unlps roportqda resolution for the Somite Service Ilislon bill for thn fttorrill Sorvico sion bill tuuv bo nnltniKl ns a substitute the pn vlous question to bo cousklurod ordered at d UaillHlf njjulnst tho adoption of reso lutions of this ohiiniottir whluh took uwiiy from CommUKo nftho u right to consider Ijills and Ioroccl the Ifouso to vote upon them u It was not fair to tlio mom bors of tho House It wns not fair to taxpayers of thci 1hcj jHMision ostiinutes wen never and he snid tlio cxiHiiicliUiro under this nonslon lill would amount to and uiidir MM llonso Krom this timo on IK would protest ngnlnst this system and upon tlio right of miinliors luive an op portunity for discussion nnd amendment iniiulrtd whtthor tlio gentlc miiti on llio fiido would support muiisures doslriid hv tin soldiers Cjultsln suld ln WHS not auUiorixiMl to speak on tho subject but In hhi opinion thoro wore goiitlo niiii on tlm Domooratiosido who would givn ho soldlors mnro than gontloman from lown was willing logivo Uiom am very liberal when you are out of power took euro of the soldiers whon you hnd a majority we intoiul to Lake care of thorn now After coiisldorablo of this nature MoKinloy said Mio resolution was justlllod under tho present oodo of rules and bv tlio prewdonco sot by tho House The wanted to gel to the publio business Tlio country wanted ivsults not Theresolution adopted aiid MciiriH spoko in sujiport of the hill Tlio of per sons put upon tlio ponsion roll nndor tho pro vision of the bill wore estimated at at an annual cost oj1 This act of had boon too long delayed If Mio Government were to grant n service pension it should grant it without dclav Yoder Ohio spoko per diem pension bill ftncl oliargecl not being truo to tlvclr promises to soldiers The pending bill might bo hotter enIItlocl A bill providing pensions to soldiers after they are dead and to their widows providing thoy become paupers before they Tarnscy opposed tho bill because it made nodisoriinination between a threemonthsand a throevoars soldier ami because it made no distinction between disability resulting from tho service and thai resulting from tho vicious con duot of pensioner Grosvenor Ohio said if passed would tnnkn pension roll luimher with a total expenditure of per annum This gross sum amounted to nearly1o per cent of tlio gross income of tho Government It was inunlll cent gcMiorositv such as tho world had novor be fore iuul exceeding that of all tlio oiv Uixed nations combined Springer opposed tlio bill booauso U nindo no the length of sprvlco Sayers opposed both bills in tho interest of tho taxpayers of the oinmtry After further debate airamenclmerijt was agreed to on the JMor rill hill rcduclntr the agoof limitation from 02 to W veurs The Morrill bill wns agrood to as a sub stitute for tho Senate billyeas ISS nays Yoder moved to recommit the bill with in structions to thouommUleo lo report back a por diem pension bill to ItH Tho Senate bill as amended by tho substitutewns thon to loud Tho uouso then adjourned CHICAGO April San Francisco ClironicU car pentors whoso minds have boon nnbalanced by tho stiIko aiO up hi tho cloton tlon hospital Thorwald Johnson a Swede was on his way to tho olcl country was taken off a Minneapolis train last nlpht He wasthon a raving maniac talking of noth ing but strikes unions arid eight hours Ho is a man of extremely nervous temperament and to this tho county physician attributes his insanity Johnson will probably re cover Ill kill every man that dont oolong to tho is the continual cry of John unfortunate carpen ter who was brought Into tho hospital this morning His insanity bus also boon brought on by thu labor trouble Frank Black is tho third carpenter that hasbecn brought In during tho last twelve hours lie is despondent uric wants to take Ills Ilfo He jumped into the river last night but was fished out William still an othor victim Ho is onu of tho strikers and is a carnontoiby llo talks of nothing but strike and tho Ilist of May In all four oases tho mental derangement has boon caused by ex citement and is thought to be only tempo rary IN GKUMANY April Tho government is taking groat precautions to suppress disorders from tlio celebration tomorrow by workingmen Tho troops in tho districts Inwhhfh troubleis threatened aro bolng put through the 1iot drill Tho troops around Potsdam aro supplied with hall cartridges Railway trains will be liekl in Ioacliness lo instantly convey rein forcoinents to any point where disturbances break out It Is estimated that workmen aro on strikes In Gorinany VrilltxIilriLL the workmens paper says tho workmen aro to act peaceably tomorrow LONDON rilOCESSIONS ritOHIBITKD LONDON April processions of workingrneti tomorrow except drip which will bo compelledto follow route have boon forbidden IHSTUUUANCES IN PARTS April authorities through out Franco are continuing their energetic measures to 3310vent disturpancos tomor iowv The tp arrest Anar chists It is rumored thatLouise Miehel has becn arrested at Tjyons Two caviilry boon sent to YincOLines from Fontainbleau and Melun Tho prefect tlio Department of tho Rhone has Mayor not to receive doputatlon while disorder prevails on tho streets Tho Mayorhas thoroforo closed tho townhull Another Anarchist wasarrested Fioquct President of the Deputies has instructed the Qtiesfcor of tho Chamber to receive deputationsof workmen of not more than No deputation from astreet assembly however will be In addition to the regular Paris garrison which will bo held in the barracks tomor iow eight cavalry reglmonts have boon placed at tho disposal of the Governor oC tho city Those troops will bo stationed it President Garnots residence tho Legisla tive Chambers and ai other points where disorders are likely to Meetings on the streets will not bo allowed THE UOSTONSTUlKlfl BOSTON April strike of carpenters for an day seems Thoy haveboon unable to secure d confer onuo with tho Twentytwo hundred go to work tomorrow in Boston on the elghti liour So say themen at tho hoad of thoOarpohtors Union THE SETTIJISD OHICAGO April carpenters strike is work will probably be resumed on Monday by as as the nowbosses associationcan employ Two small diUeronces will bosubmittod to arbi tration 1 uclge Tuthill was selected as arbitrator by the strikers and Judge Brlggs by the bosses Thcso two judgps selected Judge McOonnoll sis tho third V Mayor Groiger to nightissued aproclama strntlon tomorrow Arrangements have bcpu Mtniflcj forn purutleof from fiftyfive different labor Thcro will be no paruclc of whole force in a body btit each organization will march from its own hall to Union Square when a mass1 meeting will be held x STRIKES AT PEORfA April thousand coal miners in the vicinity of Pcoria wont out on a strike tonight for eightyfive cenis a ton Thoy have been receiving They silso ask that the stores be abolished One htmdvccl union carpenters and oOO street laborers will strike for ulno n liotirs tomorrow A COAJj MIXKRS PiTTSBbHG April strike of the rail road coal miners of this district will take place tomorrow unless the Columbusscale Is granted by 1ho operators Several thousand men are concerned CHICAGOS MOKSTSJl DKMONSTUATION OIUCACJO April Chicago will witnass a huge demonstration of work ingmen in the eighthour case under1 the joint auspices of the Trades Assembly and the Central Labor Union Some of the leaders predict that people will march in the procession but this is probably an excessive estimate The conservative labor men say at least laboring men will be in line About onu hundred trade organi zations will1 take part besides a largo num ber of miscellaneous worklngmcn Tho parade formed on tho West Side and marched through some of tho principal streets to tlio South Sldo and to thelake front where it is proposed to hold an enor mous outdoor mass mooting with speakers stands at threedifferent points Mayor Crclgor and four of tho county judges have boon asked to speak but it is notyeo known whether thoy will do so Ono oftho novel features of the parade will bo three or fou r hundred women and girl tailorcsses who TALES TOLD BY THE CABLE Tlic Amazonian Contingent of King Kondo of Dahomey RAZOR VIRGINS KILLERS Marquis de Moress Plot to Scut the Duke of Orleans on the French Governorship Ollcred Boitlangist Scheme until all dansir is passed Thou 1 shall steps tocxpol from Franco four or live thousand fotfigncrs who eiHlaiiKir public Vamlerbilt Projects ST PAUL April rumored here that will secure control of the Great Northern at tho coming election and will extend it to Puget Sound Tho route will be from Chicago via the Chicago St Paul thonce by tho SoaUlc Lake Shore Kjistorn on which tho Great Western has a nimMy clays option of pur chase The Chicago Northwestern will be extended to San Francisco connections be ing made there with tho Great Northern recently for an eighthour dav They mostly work in small shops in the northwest section of tho city The line will be headed by the carpenters and bticklay ers of whom fully will march GOMIERSS CmcAfio April uneasiness pre vailed today ovor the prospects of a big strike of All sorts of rumors were rife and it was stated in the evening papersthat thecoop ers butchers and laborers would suixily strike The hearts of thebig packiug houses held a meeting and resolved to pay no at tention to tho laborers domauds The coopers who asked for eight hours Avoro in formed that tlieworking hours could not be changed now Tonight the fears of a strike are in a large measure quieted Tho Executive Committee reported to a mass meeting of tho men recommending the course advised by the Federation df Labor for the present tho ciglithoiu struggle beconfined to tlio carpenters There was a gle but tho president of the unionsaid ho would not issue a strike order Tlio indica tions are that there may be a number of sporadic strikes in tho packing bouses to morrow but no general movement TWO THOUSAND DETROIT STRIKERS DETROIT April carpenters finally decided to strike today for eight aiid a oOccntrate TWO thousand are affected THE NICARAGUA CANAL THE STIMULUS IT WILT TO THIS PACIJFIC COMMEKCIS It Will bo of Inestimable to tlie United Statqs and Will bo Con trolled NEW YORK April Bispatch Francisco Chronicle Sena tor Warner Miller president of the Nicar agua Canal Company in an said Thave always believed that the Nicagasuaa route was feasible arid that it embodied the general American In days gone by I talked with General II S Grant on the sub jccb If the General had Hyed and health he would have been ab the head and ledin this great Ho said lie expected to sec the canal fin ished within seven years As to the He Stopped Out Post inasitov Lfndsloy lius had charge of tho office for several months Postmaster Grunt being busy Iii his store Yesterday HU iu spcotor dropped in to look over tho postouioo and Llndsloy said ho would stop out and call in tho Postmaster He hasnt returned n shortage of has boon found In tho accounts which Mr Grunt hud to inako good A Mystery Cleared Up OSHKOSH April mystery surrounding tho disappearance of Joseph Ohoato tho wealthy Oshkosh lumbormau is cleared Up Mrs Choato has received a lottor from her husband who it was sup posed was raurdorod lienr Tomahawk last July Tho letter stated that was in tho lumber business in Helena arid doing woll The Ward Separation SfEw YORK April Dittonhoisor told a this afternoon that formal separation papers had boon signed by John M Ward baseball and his wifo Helen Dauvray Tho couple he said parted lu Grant Wants Further Inveatigation ALBANV has writtoivalottor asking thoLogls aiicoinmittcoto investigate the Chacgos in LOCI TTXO TO Wl I V VVW44 Wi V w A I rbliisediMle porsistodand I consulted VboforOvtUoleglslatlyoiuvfistJgatingCommit old Jackson thatio had aao v tion referring to li bo r troubles and appeal ing to all lawabiding oitixens to cooperate in maintaining thegood name of the city by preserving security to person and property A CiENEIlAXi STRIKE AT PlllTjADliLlmA PnitiAWTSTjVnrAj1 consequence of tho refusal of the master catpen tors to grant tho domahds of tho1 men thoy will In augurate a generdrstdketomorrow rilTSBURG T1NNKIISSTRIKE hundrod tin ners struck tonightfor an advance in wagos Tho threatoncdstriko on the rail road is over Excoiitaye Council bf tho Kailroad Federation having ordered the mou to continue cat tho rates offered by the company ISTEUVIEWUD PITTSIIUIIO April Gompors of tho of Labor was intorviowod toclay and said Our executive council askjpd uvory trades 1 except tho carppntors and joiners to stiiv it work ivml not domancl any tho csirpuntcrs fightis over the jninurs will commcnoo their tightfor eight so on until all the tnulfis in the Amcriban Foclora tion have gulnell rights1 of tho workingmun rl1heeighthourinovuriient will connnenou tonioriow in a host of cities throughout tho V MASTER WOIlICXrAXrOWpEBLYS Master Workman Powdorly of tho Kjiights Labor was asked by the Press tdn igji t for his views lahor throughout the cbunliryv tomoriwv Powderly said had1 ftiyorcd eighthour law hewas opposed to thoj of also Asho stood it wore to the grqatly in shorterhoitrs for tho alleged tliat the simply nqt really iavoVitn Alter of ul no untru tion of had that sufficient would be forthcomingto keep the work up Miller dwelt at length on the advantage of the canal to the Pacific Coast Ho said the opening of thp canalwiir create a large carrying trade between the Guli States western coast of South America the Pacific Slope States Australia and many other a very largo tontiugo of Alabama would sooii pass through to points on Pacific The entire grain trade of Oregon and Washington would the ca nal As to now commerce in trado from Piiget Sound It would increase toproportions hardly to be realized V Four days ago Miller received a letter from W L Merry which that gentleman Your corajiiuiy underestimates movement jiviiiliiblc when JJio canal shouldbe orieiied Kojioto has been taken of tho local pom rncrco which wiilrapiclly develop in Tho region surroriricling Lukes Mamuigua iwirt NicaniLia is salu brity and will fully pay tho cost ofmainteuance of tho withiivflvoyears after tho oceans Tinn there of the northwest const just being discoveredby the United stonnier the re porlis of work since the ship has been Pa cific will show immense which will also help to support lilio canal There need bo about sufnoicntto pay a handsome interest on tlie ily increasing annually1 until It tho best public work in the be bonefited as much as othor Yes and more Ganal will do Increase chant marine than all other propositions now before tho As ameans of ad tionaldofpnse it been considered of the highest importance by our Our ican one and we interid to keep thecontrol of the groat enterprlseiri America where it LOXDOX April Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle Francis De Wiiiton was deiinitoly accepted for tho govornship of tho East Africa Company Ho will consult Stanley before ho starts for Africa and they will decide what course it is best to pursue in view of the persistent German cuorls to encroach upon British in fluence and the peculiar attitude of Emm A rumor is reported here that King Leopold Stanley tho governorship of tho Congo Free State and that Stanley is in clined to accept tho oJlciv Stanley how ever according to report will undertake this task only on condition that ho should bcallowed a perfectly freo hand in reorgan izing the regime This would proba bly result in a clean sweep of die presont officials for whom Stanley has an undis guised contempt as regards both their ability and their sincerity BISMARCK WIlvL VISIT ENGLAND It is stated here that Prince Bismarck in tends to make a visit to England and Seot during tho coming summer and tbat Count Herbert Bismarckis coining over for along stay THE AMAKONJAKT WAU1UORS PABIS April Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle firm of Rouen has received from a traveler who is actually utKotonon a letter containing tho following particulars about tho attack by the Dahomians KOTOKOK March 5 the last days thcnj had been about fifteen sharpshooters wounded Something wns expected but gradually the had become rather weak The consoqivjiico was that the sentinels were past live in the morning when theUahomians advanced in snakelike glidings They surprised the sentinels and cut oil their heads In same manner tiic watchman of the baUcrv was butohered The artillery quartermaster endeavored to defend himself but an One girl of him with a poniard and cut his neck The same fate happened to Urigadier Artilldicr also a noncom missioncil officer of tibe alarm had been given and tho ScnogiilcsoTillemen arrived onrirun and swept off tlio flcstriinks of the Dahomians An Amazon witscan glit thrown to tho ground and her neck cut At the same moment Bayol tho Governor signaled to the gunboat at anchor j list oil the battle Held Immediately a hailstorm of bombs and Hotohkiss balls rained over the Dahomians Finally the Dahomians fled to the underbrush leavingfrom500 to 000 of theirpeople ou the ground IMie still constitute the best part of This corps of women is mainly recruited from young girls of the bust families in Dahomey uesiguatcd by the caprice of the Iving for military service They live inbarracks like the regular soldiers and arc sworn to perpetual Neverthe less onethird of the Amazon corps is composed of immoral women whoselives have been sparedon condition of their enlistment and of quarrelsome wives ooniDliiiucd oi by their hus bands to the King who is only too glad to make use of their flghting humor by incorporating these female demons into his army Ono Amazon regiment bearsthename of the Razor they a razor five foci is a terrible weapon in lights and is used in time of peace to de capitate men sentenced to death by the Dahomian Xing who also uses Ms Amazons as public exe cutioners r Another company is named The Uip Muskets each woman soldier being accompanied by a sluvc who carries a heavy ilintlook Tho Sure to Kill company is formed of the host sharp shooters Thereare also the Carbineer and Bayonet companies The Arrow Bearers company is com posed of girls too young yet for but who arc employed as recon noitering parties and in ambulance corps One the not destined for battlefield but for hunting elephants for the royal treasure The most An Insurance Companys Bud Loans PHILADELPHIA April of a sensation was caused by theannouncement that an examination by tho Slate Insurance Commissioner shows that tho American Life Company has loaned ovor various concerns which have no commercial stand ing As a result tho stock of the concern has depreciated nearly a million in value The president of the company declares that the loans aro perfectly safe The NavarreAnderson Wedding LOXDOM April Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle An derson will arrive horo early in May Her marriage withNavarro will be atBrompton Oratory Tho rush for seats has already bcgim Among her bridesmaids will be a daughter of Lord Lytton and tho brides sister Will Give Diaz Another Term CiTl Of MEXICO via Galveston April 10 Chamber of Deputies has approved tho bill granting an indefinite numboi Joe mdnlliHb Posing as the Chanipioa AN ILLINOIS CYCLONE WINS A PURSE Rejuvenated Sailor Brown Feels iJiko Licking1 the Universe Twenty Thousand Quakers AVitness Base ball League and Brotherhood Races terms to Presidents to the Senate Thebill has been sen THE CRIMINAL RECORD ED IT OK PUJLITZKR CK1M1XAT INDICTED FOR Tho First Electrical Execution Take Democrats Noted Crook Murdered in Court THE MEETING A New Director Propositions RatiliecTl BOSTON of the held Tlie only v Oljer J37000 the Modification of the Q guarahtrof Oregori Short Lino iftali Nbrthenrcollateral daring ngilc and athletic girls that migbiibe called the civil or private service of King Kondo A BAHING BOULANGIST SCHEME The leaders have conceived a daring scheme They proposetbat General Boulanger shall quietly return to France reappear in Paris tomorrow and place himself at the head of the labor forces M Laguerro and Nauquet the trusty lieuten and most influential advisers of tlie have gone to Jersey to acquaint him with their plan and induce him to consent to it They will ask nlm to put himself into the bands of the leaders of the party and trust to the people ofParis for a successful result General Bonlanger has long been waiting for an opportu nity for a coup and the MayDay celebrationseems to attord but the premature publication of the plan is likely to defeat it W WATER BUT April brokenout In a lunatic asylum at Dundrum a village near this city pn Sundaytbe eame furiouslyenragedbecause their dinner beer was cut They threw their dinners at the heads of the keepers smashing the crockery and demolished things in The Fire Department was called out to aid the authorities being turned on in force the lunatics were soon drenched HER MAJESTY KETURNS April TheQueeu has returned to Windsor ROYALIST April stated that the Duke de be arrested in consequence of tlio discoveryat the resi dence of the Marquis de Mores ofpapers in the plot olcle Mores and friends toproclaim tlie Orleans Mondacq the private secretary of the Marquis been released Zv France report that the Marquis de Mores and other engaged in1 plottos place the Due de OrTeans of France and that a warrant has beenlssued for tlie Du kc d 6 f com plicity i n th e con Tbe papersays has fled NEW YORK April grand jury has just handed in indictments against Joseph Pulitzer John A Coekerill Julius Cham bers and James F Graham of the New York World for criminal libel of ExJudge Hil ton The World for some time past has been publishing sensational articles regard ing Judge Hiltons relations to tho Stewart estate and also vague insinuations against the character of Mr Stewart On the 2ird Judge Hilton wrote DistrictAttorney Fellows at length calling attention articles and saying that ho would not think of dignifying them by bringing a civil suit for libel Had they been cohtincd to libel ing ho should have treated them with con temptuous silence says the letter when thoy malign tho memory of dear friends and a benefactor whose was a synonym for high character perfect integrity and unques tioned personal purity I owe it to his mem ory that such shameless and wanton tra beside whom the robbers of his grave were gentlemen of refinement and character should bobrought to answer at the bar of public justice with that purpose thafl write this tetter and send those papers that you may exhibit these libels tp the grand jury for such action as they may doom Messrs Graham and Chambers this aftcrnooHi Messrs Pulitzer and Coek erill are out of the city on a vacation TUB FIRSI ELECTROCUTION AUBURN N April Dur stenmade a test ol the electrical machinery this afternoon for his own A sixweeks old calf weighing 100 the victim When the volt meter registered 1000 the switch was thrown and the calf died instantaneously with but a slight tre mor of the legs CHICAGO DEMOCRATS IN TROUBM3 GJUCAOO April great political sen sation has been created by arrests of a num ber of men charged with complicity in a gigantic election fraud in the Twentyfourth ward in the last aldermanic election It is understood that warrants are out for nearly fifty men One of those arrested today was Mike Corcoran a local Democratic leader It is asserted that over 400 ficti were placed on the registry books in tiro Twentyfourth ward and these votes secured forthe election of the Demo cratic Aldermen A NOTORIOUS CROOK MCRDERKD MEMPHIS April was a sensational scene in the policecourt this morning when the wife of Jack Ackermau a thief of national notoriety shot and fa tally wounded him been sitting besidehim in court where hewas awaiting trial for beating her Ho spoke to her in a low tone warning she drew a revolver and fired An hour later hewas dead Ackerman was a notorious crook He had served terms in the penitentiaries of Mis sissippi Louisiana Kansas and Nebraska Mrs Ackermau claims that she killed him because she was afraidhe would murder her when he got out rndo Cftutral trackage from DenverJo Cheyenne thiokagevfrpiri Pacific ice MXep President investments iriadb during directorslieport adopted eugage can perform days often hours forty years agoiV sol u the 1 willcbinc shares tho proQts tho Q ts of Ms toil JciSvill eir 1 imdrhe A r vv to tlie author ies the anarchists The three Italian of the in thathe kept imprisoned bfflcid5oYhe t The Pullman Company in Politics CHICAGO April charge of Interfer ence with voters during the recent alder ruanic election was preferred today against General SuperintendentSessions of tho InJl man Palaoe Car Company The complain ant E G says that he was dis charged from the Poll man company by defendant because he re fused to vote for Dr CJiasey and thai other employees were1 discharged The Election Commissioners will investigate Beet Sugar in Canada TORONTO with sugar beet seed from Germany and Bohemia very successful in On tario and a large this year Should this seasons operations be successful will be put under cul tivation next year The yield from this equal the entire Canadian iaw sugar NEW YORK April Dispatch Francisco Chronicle Me Aulifle of California arrived in town with his manager Billyx Madden last night Billy Madden In an interview says of him that ho has fought nine battles and lias lost only one and that one was with Peter JaekJJ son lie bus tried and I have tried to geton a sec ond go with lacksou but we have failed No man on tho Pacillc Slope will met him so wo have como Kast to try and got a light on if possi ble While in I ollcred every induce ment possible 10 Parson1 Davies to Ret on u match with JVter 7ackson but to no purpose I was willing to make a match of any number of rounds butDa vies siud it was impossible nnd that their arrangements would not permit them to aeeonnnodato us MeAulifrc in a few days will challenge John L Sullivin to for tho championship of tin world and will post a de posit of show that ho moans biislnoss A ehalleiiffrt will ilso bo wirod to Knghtmi toROthor with a similar deposit to try if possible and ef fect a mooting and Billy Madden is delighted with the treat ment ho has received tho hands of tho California athletic clubs Ho is particu larly enthusiastic In his praise of President Fulcia and declares that Fulda and tho members of his club arc the finest sportsmen he has ever met SAILOR HROWN WANTS A FIGHT Sailor Brown whom Peter Tacksoa failed to knock out in six rounds in Chicago last July called at tho Sun oillcc this morn ins to say that ho was looking for a match and a good fat purse Ive iustgot back from the said tho and Im almost fit without any train ing 1 saw lack MeAuliffe ho lightweight chamuion last night and ho said he was willing to back mo agaiiisl tho winner of tho McCoy Reagan light for from to JroOOO I would prhlor Roagan because 1 think hj is tho best man and I am aching got a crack aft him I hope tho winner of the light will accomraodato FLOORED BY TUB ALEXANDRIA April light with between Billy Meyer of Strcator and Tack Hopper of Now York was a rather tamo one Tho contest was bo for ton rounds tho winner to take 75 per cent of tho re ceipts Both men fought cautiously and each received some pretty good Din tho sixth round Meyer floored Hopper with a powerful blow under tho Tho Now Yorker fai3cd to come to timo and tho fight was awarded to the TJie Players PITTSBURGH April Pittsburgs played their first game with Brotherhood team this afternoon auti won easily by hard hitting 05 21 1 0 011 0001 0 5 Base 15 Pittsburg 6 JiulValo 4 and Carroll and Itlucic uid Mack TRK CL2 CLEVELAND April Brotherhood season opened hero under favorable jucumstances Thirtylive hundred people were presont The Cievelands won Iby leavy batting 0 0113 1 1 1 0 Ou5 Buse 12 Chicago Errors Cleveland 4 Chicago L and Irunntin Dwyer and Boyle and ight WARD WINS AT BROOKLYN April ittended the Brotherliood game this after loon and saw Ward from Ills former Comrades The game was uot particularly brilliant as it was practically ho fourth injiing JJrooklvn 1 0 5 0 0 1 3 1 1 25 11 New York irooklvn 3 Now York 4 I jiltrcn and Ewing and Ewing Urapirei Gaifney TUB QUAKERS TURN 4DSLPHIA April tho presence of spectators the Players League hampionship season was opened this afler loon On account of the soft condition of he grounds both sides made numerous er rors but those of the home club were disastrous 3 3 0 0 1 02 1 8 Boston 11 Boston 5 on and Cross Kilroy and Kelly ison and Holbert A Dry State f PIERRE S April At midnight to night the saloons all over were closed the prohibition haviug gone into effect The fact that the drug gists can secure riorlicensesVbcfore June 1st leaves alxsolutoly dry Officers Worlds Fait di rectors elected president and PotterPalmer and Thomas Bryanvice V piiiiishjnenit of a i I oiis i whose iJabit jtvis to jectof thatvcpmes been pensivcT way of jpicies 5 n in NatiOhaL Xcagiic CLEVELAND April Cleveland team were beaten today becauso hcy were unable to bat Rhines who was in hebox for Cincinnati 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 3 10 BAttenea and Zimmer Harrington COULDNT yiND TIIJS BALL CHICAGO April todays game tho Pittsburg League team could with ITutcliinsons delivery Schmitt pitched well but was poorly supported Attend ance 1100 000 20 0 PiSirg 0 0 0 0 0 Oi fi PiUsbarg 5 and inson arid Kittridgc AN EXCITING BROOKITO April necessary to decide the League twcen Brooklyn and Bosion this afternoon The teams alternated in leading allthrougk and excitement ran high 0 2 20 0 8 15 7 Brookhn 3 Carruthers and April e rLokgne game this afternoon was a ball only one pitched a splendid Attendance The Ameiricisiii Eochester Syracuse   

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