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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                CIRCULATION EXCEEDING THAT In the City Combined THE MOST EXTENSIVE AXD In the Mountain VOL 178 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY MOKSTIiNG MAT 6 1S90 PRICE FIVE CENTS USUAL MORMON TACTICS Tlie Procrastination Policy Applied t the Gollom Bill SENATOR JONESS GRAND OPPORTUNITY The Nevada senatorial Election Cuts m Figure in the Silver DisciiHaio The Statehood Bills Delayed ly Senator IJecVs Death SATVT LAKB Tniunros BUREATT f17 Fourteenth Street WASHINGTON May 5 1890 The Senate Cornrnlttoo on Territories did riot tako up Uio consideration of the Cullom bill tociay Tudgo Wil Hori appeared before tho committee and plead for an opportunity to bo hoard Con of tho hill was accordingly post poned until Monday next Tho usual policy of procrastination and delay with the solo object of killing time Is being put into elTftet by tho church attorneys with the hope of forcing tho bill so low down on tho calendar as to kill its consideration Tins Thn decision of the Republican caucus in tho House to tako up tho Tariff bill on Wednesday next allowing four days for gori cral debate and eight days for discussion under the flvornlnutos rule suoms to as sure tho calling of tho previous question on the 20th and tho prompt passage of tho bill Consideration of tho Silver bill will there fore bo postponed for at least two weeks TirK KTATIIHOOO rOSUMONKI Senator Bocks death will seriously Inter fore It Is foarod with the consideration of tho Territorial Admission bills which had been sot for tomorrow in tho Sonato As the Silver bill is tho regular order for Wednesday and is certain to call for a pro traotocl debate the chances for a speedy consideration Of Idahos and Wyomings claims to Statehood aro materially lessoned An attempt was made today by Delegates Ihibols and Carey to induce the Senators particularly interested In tiio Silver bill to yield tho right of way but It was not suc cessful It will bo renewed tomorrow If Senator Book had not died Idaho and Wyo ming would have boon States so far as Congressional action is concerned by to morrow evening SIlYVffill AND SENATOR Tho Now York Sun says that it is proba blo that when tho silver bill is taken up for consideration in tho Sonato on Wednesday next of Nevada will mako second groat speech of his life It Is an opon secret In tho Sonato that tho duty of reporting the silver bill from tho Finance and of steering It through the Bonato was assigned to Mr Jones for tho purpose of giving hm fin opportunity to boom his prospects for vroolootlon Ills term expires next March and there aro sev eral ambitious gentlemen who will endeavor to succeed him THK KBMMMCR TlAOKAS CORPUS WAHIIINOTON May Supreme Court declined to grant a writ of habeas Mipint for undor sentence of death In by oloc trlclty pursuant to tho order of Judge Wal lace of Now York but docldod to hoar t motion for n writ of error on May 10th City ho has covered In a day and a half 150 1HIs average has been about seventy milesIn twentyfour hours his halfway point and ho is awaiting orders from his manager whom deleft at Coolidge sccuro fresh Accompanying him on horseback aro Messrs Gcbhurd arid McDonald Fourteen have already played out unable to stand tho strain ills route from here will be via La Junta and Trinidad He is looking well and shows no appearance of al though ho has lost twelve iu flesh since ho started THE R G W IN IT A New Transcontinental System With Millions to Back It KANSAS CITV May dispatch from Loaveriworth says A big railroad BChorno with millions to back it is on foot for a transcontinental short lino from New Yorlc to tho Pacific Tho enterprise Is in tho hands of a body of English capitalists arid American railroad men Tho syndi cate has boon secretly at work for a long tlrno The Lea von worth to Denver route was surveyed two years ago and known as tho Denver Short Lino and more recently as the Lea and Utah This survey Is eighty miles shorter thanany of lho existing linos a railroad now run ning from Donvor to Salt Lalco CiLy a con tinuation of thlssurvoy 200 miles aro saved DEAD MEN TELL NO TALES And That Is Why Ohio White Caps Poisoned Two Detectives A WYOMING RANCHER KILLS HIS MAN Details of a Sickening Crime at Bal Story of the Dormer Police Arrest a Sus Keinmler Writ A Tlock Springs Tragedy ROCK May to 5 oclock this afternoon as Frank Rosscnqulst was crossing the rail road trade ho tried to get across a train by getting under the cars tho bumpers when the train started up dragging him ovor one hundred yards before tho train conld bo stopped and his lifeless body ex tricated Itossonquist is an old man of about GOyears It is supposed that ho was tho influence of drink when tho acci dent OCCUITOd A DEMOCRATIC SCARE JLONGWINDEI SKNATOKIAt DEBATE TO JiJiJ riio Minority Senators Declare That If Tlioy Cannot Talk as Long as They IlcnBO Thoy May TnmuNE Dis patch San Francisco Chronicle Tho Democratic Senators aro becoming very mioh alarmed at what they consider rovo utionary tendencies on tho part of tholr Republican colleagues Tho first symptom ippoarod In tho form of a resolution intro lu cod by Mr Oliandlor a wook or tpn days igo foitho purpose of cutting short the nUHinlnahlo debates often oocurin the Sonato and It was referred to tho Oommit 00 on Rules A second and moro serious symptom was llsclosqrl a few days ago when Mr Shcr 11 an declared himself In favor of tho oxor IHO on tiio part of tho Prosldonb of tho of tho same power tiio Spoakor of tho louse has usocl to enforce a quorum that suflloiont number of Senators is present to mako a quorum when they ro actually within tho bar of tho House ut attempt to break a quorum by refusing o vote The third and still moro sorlous symptom Senator Aldrlch Saturday o oiloct that Lho Committee on Rules ntonrtortto report favorably the resolution f CliiuidkTiuul woiild duclaro Lhat tiio point isuKi by Afr Shormnu coukl bo suslnlncd Thoso Llfroc nvc assumed to ho lio of 11 conspUiioy on tho pnrt of tho opiihllciui SonuUirs Lq infj passago of un Juw hy Thiv Uopublicuiis sniilo whou tho A CONFJUllENCJE Tho Western Presidents Discuss Various Pooling Projects OuiCAfio May muohtulkcdo mooting of tho Western railway presidents convened hero today to discuss Lho rak situation and to attempt onco more to adopt an agioomont strong enough to hold tho roads together Tho gathering was entirely distinct from tho Interstate Commerce As sociation Every lino In tho West was rep resented in tho person or by lottoiof chiot olllcer Chairman Mldgloys statement that thotfi could be no legal objection to dividing tho earnings utter they had boon honestly earned by moans of reasonable rjitoa mot with unanimous approval and itwas practically clodded that tho outcome of tho gathering if suo tcssfnl would bo that of a division of All tho roads wore ready tosign an agreement for a division of traffic provided such an arrangement could bo do vised not in violation of tho Interstate law prohibiting posting Tho mutter will bo further considered tornorrow Resolutions woio adopted that tho traffic managers oS tha various linos moot Thurs day for tho purpose of organizing ono or moro organizations to govern freight traffic In tho territory of tho Western Freight and TrimsMissouri Association and to arrange for a restoration of rates at tho earliest pos sible date AN LODGE SUSPENDED The New York Brethren TJOSO Their Prestiffo nnd Are Mnd OrtiCAdO May 5 Simon Qnlnlan su pronio rulor of the Bonovolont Order of has suspended Now York Council No 1 and tho general secretary for conspiring by logal process to prevent tho holding of tho annual moetlnp of the Grand Lodgo Cleveland next July WHY THEY WERE SUSPENDED YOIIK May 5 Justice Barrett to Qay srantod a temporary injunction ro the Elks from holding vholr annual aioetlns this year in Olovoland 0 The jrpanlzatlon was formed in Now York in IS71 and tho balance of power used to bo In tho East but now tho West has u jiialority Several yours ago the grand oclRO wont to Thlladolphla in splto of reat objections on tho part of Now York inombors Finally an amendment to the constitution Avas adopted providing that by a majority vote the grand lodge mooting wight be hold outside of this State This time Cleveland had a plurality bu tho majority was against it and Treasurer Men del sued for an injunction contending that a plurality is not a majority Arguments will bo hoard later A PERIPATETIC WONDER Tiio Phenomenal Achievements of an Indiana Pedestrian PENVKttjilay La mar to the Republican J S who is trying to walk from Wabash to San Francisco within sixtyfive days on a wagor of arrived here at 7 oclock this evening Ho is now 1498 miles from hig starting point and 820 xnllos ahead of schedule time Since his last rest at Bodge s of nro sugguslnd mid tin Uiroo symptoms aro hut ad tlioy ronlly um no mom Hum tlmt Tho roso lullon of Mr AVHS result of an iu Iorimil cDiisuIliilioii among tiio now Senators wlir snt on tho buck row of scats during llio pro longncl dfibato upon AloiUuna clocLiou which wastodtwo weeks of vitlimhlo timo Slior mtuiH romiirk was nn imnulso and Mr Aklrloh spokw tho suinn fooling Mint many Others havo hat the Soimto hns huoomo a lohating so oioty and Uuil soino ruin should ho adopted to limit1Mm dismission There is no hocly in the world in which ihoro is so iimoli useless talking Tim Ucpuhlioau Senators havo decided in ciiii oiis lo pass a election but the Re mihllonns Houses tiro not united on Mio sub iect imdlt is not probable that anv niousuro of Ihn kind will bononie a huv at this session Tho noimuiratK In tho Senate huve detormlnod to pro vonl Us passage by it to death and by otluir Hllhiistorlnptiiotius and they declare they wll leave tho chamber in u body if the Uc publioiuis attempt to enloroe yan law There mav be lively times ahond but itls sunrcoly pos slblOtliiU any rovolutionary measures will bo at tempted Governor Hills AidiANV N May Hill to day son t to tho Legislature a message siif a ohaugo in tho method of contested elections Ho sugsosts tho passage of a conourrorst resolution submitting to tho pooplo un amendment to tho State Constitu tion which will tako from each house tho power of judging its cnvn elections and con fer jurisdiction upon the courts Ho will also recommend such action on tho part of tho Legislature as Is likely to bring the sub ject to attention of with a vlow to securing ultimately a similar moondment to tho Federal Constitution suggested the Governor would compel contests to bo deckled upon their meritsand relievo legislative bodies from tho staudlrig temptation to do The JJeck Funeral May Tho Committee on Vrrangomonts of tho two houses of Con gress and tho pallboarors will meet at tho houso of Representative Brcckinridgo to morrow morning At 10 oclock Senator Bocks bodywill bo taken to tho marble room of the Somite and remain to bo v lowed by tho public until 11 iJO oclock After tho two houses havo assembled in tho Senate chamber the body will bo taken tiioro At 1 oclock upon tho announce ment Of tho presiding btliuor Chaplain But lor and oxChaplain Bullock will conduct tho funoral ceremonies Tho funeral pro cession will then march to the Baltimore Potomac station from where1 a special train will convoy the remains to Lexington Ky The Swift WASHINGTON May 5 The torpedo boat Gushing arrived at the Washington navy yard yesterday afternoon at oclock laving made tho rim from New York in twentyeight and a half perform moo that boats all previous records used only holler with an a vorago press ure of eighty pounds steam and notwith tan ding the weather was thick1 and heavy inadd ah average spood of fifteen knots an hour The naval officers arc enthusiastic over the of the and saythat herrun from Newport York and then to Washington is unparal oled Republican Campaign Coinmlttee WASHINCKCOX May The Eepublioan Senators and Representatives held a caucus o select a Bopubiican Congrossibual Cam palgti Committee which was sllmly attended because of tho long caucus this not found expedient to complete he list tonight Among those selected Colorado Townsoud May to M Pierce u Fremont county cattle man who rides tho range for himself saved his life and killed his man yesterday A halfbrood named Tait accused Pierce of stealing a saddlefrom him and getting the drop on the white man forced tho latter to rido to tho Talt ranch where ho would have in all probability been brutally mur dered As they were dismounting Pierce caught tho halfbrood off his guard and firing a bullet through Talts body The latter scrambled to his foot and shot at Pierce but missed him lie then ran to a bashes and was dead when picked up The Jcilling oc curred on tho reservation but Pierce reached tho county seat iu safety and sur rendered DR SOHTJEMCE HELD Dr Schuelko who killed Dr Sullivan at Lander lust week has tycon held to answer for murder in tho second degree His bond is fixed at SOOOO A MURDEROUS WHITE CAP1 BAND FINDLAY May Dispatch city is greatly excited today over tho sudden and mysterious death of Henry Strickler a detective theJanuary term of court succeeded in haying indictments found against eight wellknown citizens as principalsin thecclebruted Oman robbery which occurred on a night in Feb ruary 1800 and tho subsequent death by poison of a detective who traced the crime to thorn This was ono of tho boldest and most sensational crimes that over occurred in Ohio About D oclock on tho night men tioned Wesley Oman and his family consist ing of his father brother his wifo and chil dren were sitting around the ilro in tho farm house when note of warning the door of tho sittingroom was broken in and eight men with white masks on their faces rushed upon Wesley Oman yelled the white v answeredthe loader are white any resistance could bo madeall wore securely bound and gagged a demand was then made for S2000 which Oman was known to havo received a clay or two before from tho some land Oman assured tho white caps thattho money was In tho bank believed tomako him disclose its son seined and held over thoppon flro until his screams of heard a mllo away Again and again1 the boggedthat his sparedas the money in thcjipuse search was made by some of tho robbers and Avith that they took theirdeparture John E Lowe a wellknown detective from Toledo was employedto work lijrtho case Avhlch todoand was about to cause the arrest of eight prominent citizens of tho county when howas suddenly taken ill and brought to tho Humphrey House in this shortly ward died in groat agony He was poisoned His note books and effectsdisappeared during his shortillness and with them all the evidence ho had secured against those suspected ofrobbery Oman then placed the matter in the hands of Henry S trickier a young man whoso sud den death has caused such a sensation Slrloklci1 followed the same lines Lowe had pursued and accumulatedevidence tose cure the indictment of Henry Kilbert Jer ome Kibbler George Morgan Levi Fox Al bert Docker Hughes and Charles Bates all welltodo All arrested and Immediately gave bonds for their trial on the3Oth of this month In tho meantime Strioklor repeatedly warned to leave tho Slate A few days ago ho became ill muchin tho same way as did his predecessor and this morning died In groat A DOUBLE MURDER BATAUMOR13 May horrible double murder tho circumstances surrounding which aro shrouded In mystery was com mitted n this city sometime between 9 oclock Friday night and daylight Saturday Tho victims woreMrs Sarah Blaney aged SO and her uiimariiecl daughter Caroline aged 55 of 1C38 Greoninount Avenue Tho until Satur day morning when James M Blaney the old ladys son called at her houso on his way to work as had boon his custom for There wasvno response to his pull at the door bell and fcaringthat some thing was wrong ho forced his way into the house In a sittingroom he called to his motllor and receiving no answer wont into the ho was horrified at finding their dead bodies stretched upon tho door in The skulls of both had been crushed in by some blunt in strumentand it was at a glance that the murderer struck them many blows as thekitchen iloor was spattered overwith brains and blood Bytho old sidelay a wellworn pocket BlbhV An alarm was givehrat once and a few hours later Jeremiah Blaney grandson of the old lady and son of James was ar rested on committed the crime There weregroat spots of bipod on his he had evidently made efforts to Ho protested that lie was innocent and said tho blood stainsupou his clothes night before when he had been seized a violent spell of bleeding Adhering to one patches wore a few gray hairs arid these tho officers are certain caiuo frpnvthe old Iftdyshead What tho motive for the prime was ishard to con jecture If it was robbery was frightened away lie had accomplished crime was committed by who called at the house for the purpose of rent ing a room Mrs Biitterfiqld went upstairs to show him the room and finding that she was alone attempted to outrage her atirl In the fight which ensued he struck her a blow on the temple death The womans clothes iverc torn to shreds and badly Scratched Find ing thafrthe woman was dead the wretch covered the body with blankets washed his bloody hands In a washbowl in the room and left by the back door which he locked as lie went out Thecrime was probably committed between 4 arid 8 p m Saturday and the body was not discovered xuuil Sun day evening Tho dead woman at one time lived in New York State ami heriiirst hus band aMr Bryant was killed in the war Shu had a divorced husband named Butter field Omaha Late this afternoon tho police brought to the station a man who gave the name of Charles Munson and his a painter The right side of tho mans face was very badly scratched and his fdrohead was in tho Hisleft eyo is quite black as if from a gouge or blow and his right eyo is in not much better condi tion Tho assistant chief of tho detectives put the man in a sweatbox with very un satisfactory results Ho claimed to have arrived in the city on the Thursday of last week but could not was that scratched him or whenand where it hap pened His story was so out of joint that he was ordered locked up The scratches on his faoe look as if they might have been made within tho last fortyeight and tho police think there indications that they have the right man A DENVER CASHIERS aROUBLE DEXVEIT May for T M real estate was ar rested hero tonight charged with being a defaulter It is thought tho amount of de falcation is between 85000 and Gam bling is supposed to bo tho GUTCHATCDS MUllDEIlim CAPOTRflD OOLDWATEK May courier from the Indian Territory with information that a posse thisyuorning captured Charles Miles the murderer of Gutchard It is believed was lynched EIGHTHOUR CONCESSIONS The Demands of labor Conceded at Various Cities CHICAGO CARPENTERS TO GO TO WORK THE TARIFF BILL The Coopers Working for an Inter national First Hours Conceded in New York Pniladelphia and Other Cities optimist nor a pessimist in recard to the colonial policy but could give assurance that its direction would remain wholly un changed Both Houses Adjourn TVASRINGTON May the Senate the formal announcement of Becks death was made by Blackburn A committee was pomtcd to superintend the funeral at the Senate Chamber at 1 oclock tomorrow Adjourned Upon the formal announcement of the death of Senator Boole this afternoons the Speaker of the House appointed a committee to take charge of the funeral arrangements on the part of the House Adjourned A Wisconsin Bank Suspends BULOIT May private bank of Charles A Mather Co closed its doors this morning James M junior mem ber has disappeared The assets are placed at liabilities Hawley drew S1000 on his personal note before leav ing It is not known how his account stands IN THE FIELD OF SPORT Muldoon Will Train Sullivan Under Certain Conditions A BIG SALE OF THOROUGHBRED COLTS Yesterdays Baseball Rolls Up a Big Judicial Umpire Rules a PlayerOat On a Foul The Republican Members Adopt a Programme for Its Consideration WASHINGTON May ment of the House this afternoon the Re publican members assembled in conference to decide upon the party policy in reference theTariff bill The River and Harbor bill managers made a strenuouseffort to havethe Appropriation bill made special order for consideration to acon elusion before the Tariff billjs and Representative Henderson made a statement of the reasons why this should be done The the members could not be made to takehis view for it was to theTariffbill1 was a matter of prime and should bo called up on Wednesday It was agreed that go on for four days Friday and Saturday of this week with night sesslonsfbr speeches days ad ditional will then be allowed the bill by fiveminute rule On May 21st question on final passage of theblllisto be considered ordered by the terms The River and Harbor men madeaiiother effort time asking to special fpr tbe consideration of theirbill action rrpon again There was some talk abouttheremaining business before and itbecame evi dent thrfii the general that a Jlnal adjournment couldbe reachedabout the middle of July ThemenSbera Committee Harbors feel indignant over the manner whichtheir bill was1 They realize the fact that unless early action is taken upon that measure it may failby reason of a lackof time tion by the Senate to theInevi table hpwpYorithoyare determined to Its consideration as soon as out of the way and will antagoidze all other legislation until the River and Harbor billis disposed of EXCHEQUER The Many Demands for Aid That are Made on the Irish leader LONDON May San Francisco Chronicle Orionlies on this side of the water are mak Jng all the capitalthey can out of the stories from America about his mothers poverty As Parnoll is openly charged with negloctr ing his mother in her distress made Inquiries from people who know as to Parnells action in tho matter leader himself is naturally unwilling to make a statement on the I can say on tho nextbest authority tbatVParnoH has heard of tho revival of these stories with much surprise and Parnell is not a rich man It would bo difficult toicpn voy an adequate idea of the and variety of tho claims for chari table objects which are daily made upon fortnight his verdict against tho Times applications made to him for help nearly twenty times that amount He is been spending a largeportion of his income in developing minerals on his Wlcklow estate which are so far almost un dertakings but I am imposition to say that these demands upon him have never pre vented him from acting with proper gen eroslty to his mother andother membersof his family who are dependant upon him Ijabor NEW YORK May hundred boss carpenters today granted the demands of their men Only thirtyfive refused and their men struok for eight hours Every thing is quiet The latest returnsshow that only 122 men are out of employment A SETTIiKMTJNX AT CHICAGO CHICAGO May great carpenters strike is finally settled so far as the new Bosses Association is concerned Fully four thousand journeymen carpenters will go to Thursday The arbitration com mittee of the newBosses Association and the strikers met this evening and settled the last detail The journeymen achieved almost a sweeping victory They made con cessions on but two points The only disap pointment was that the stubbornness of the old Masters Association has loft its mem bers wholly out of the final deal The official statement of the terms of settlement will not be issued until tomorrow but it is reliably stated that the document provides for eight hours a day Overtime will only bo allowed between certain stipu lated hours at night The minimum rate of wages is fixed at 35 cents an hoar up to August 1st and thereafter at 37 cents overtime to bo rated at a time and a half and Sunday time as double time In the matter of apprentices concessions were made by both sides The employers agree to em ploy only union men even for foremen PHILADELPHIA CAIUUSNTERS WIN PHILADELPHIA May is stated that two or three thousand carpenters who struok May 1st have been granted their de mands AN INTERNATIONAL PHASE According to the predictions of tho stock yard coopers there is a probability of their oauso being taken up by the English labor ers arid tho strike becoming international At a mooting of tho Brotherhood of United Labor today a committee was appointed to communicate with John Burns tho English labor loader and request him to order the English longshoremen not to handle any beef or other products shipped by the Chi cago houses The committee saythat Burns has taken a great interest in the cause of tho men at the yards Tho an open letter say that by the terms of their agreement the groat strike of 1SSG they are subject to discharge without warning quoting give two weeksnotice or forfeit ton days pay employers withhold they are only given two or three daysYwork per but are compelled to lose their forfeit money and are compelled toworkSundays If a man is two in the morning hp Is dockedan hours pay but if his work is fin ished before the close of tho day ho Is not a f iill day ST HARNESS MAKTCRS May harness makers to the number of250 struck this morning an increase of 15 per cent in wages jFoiir hundred employees of tho Fairbanks Soap Company struck tonight for arestora The Sweating System LONDON May Committee of tho House of Lords appointed to inquire into tho sweating which is causing much misery among tho residents of the eastern part of the city urges tho hands to combine and force the employers to pay bet tor wages and grant shorter hours Tho committee also presents to Parliament the necessity of legislative interference The Panama Report PARIS May Panama Canal Com mission report after expressing regret at the unfavorable prospect considering tho cost of finishing the work concludes that tho best solution of the difficulty would bo for the maritime States to guarantee an in terest on the investment Another German Recruit BERLIN May Casati tho Af rican explorer has entered tho Gorman service FETED BY ROYALTY PRINCES AND DUKES GALORE AT A STANLEY RECEPTION Tho Explorer Is Presented With a Medal and Relates What He Accomplished for Humanity and England AN IMPRESSIVE SCENE his purpose as containing nearly was found lying bcsidotlie old woman and there that the house had boen ransacked IN JAIIiV rAssociated Wybmjiis Corey Idaho JDubois Loaphart colored and Jvilled in tho Lexington jaillast night convicted tiio rape of Ebsa Cannon a young white girlandsentojiced to be hanged April he taken to the of his safety by the1 to i had beoivrsspited ponding inption lor The Irish Leader Affixes His Signa ture to a Gorgeous LONDONS May Francisco Chronicle cable In thei House of Commons at a m aiter most of seenejwas1 likely to become historic Walter Crane the leading English decprar tiveiartist designed a banner to the Irish House of CommonsThe design is one of great beauty consisting of a sunburst Celtic cross iu the cehteivand sWitb the1 herald c de v ices of Irish1 around r Thelbanner has Ibeeii workedin colored silks by is a neice of an peer ay mbr tii rig th e banner was to House of J ordei affixed in splice left inone of the corners v the rising of spread and IncludiVig coipus lor returnableBefore County Judge worid Aii bii if ward en of the Sheriff of The Mississippi Floods tion of wages they having been per last November TjOUISVICTjB PLASTERERS STRIKE LOUISVILLE May Striking carpenters were joined today by the plasterers in their demands for advanced pay and shorter hours STRUCK iron TWO CENTS NEW HAVEN May Seven hun dred masons and bricklayers struck for 45 cents an hoar The bosses oiler 43 cents A COAL MINERS STRIKE PITTSBUKG May Six hundred coal miners struck today at Bellaire and Cam bridge Ohio against tho use of the screen DISCONTENT AT BARCELONA BARCELONA May is much dis content among the strikers owing to their failure to secure their demands Many dis putes between themselves have ended in fights A largo number of the strikers show a disposition to to The au thorities assured them that if they resume will be protected excitement was caused this morn ing at the Merchants and Manufacturers Clubhouse by the explosion of a bomb in front of tho Thef concussion was terriflcand the doors and windows of the house were wrecked THE AGITATION SUBSIDING PARIS May labor agitation at Boiibaix is abating A con ferenco between the masters and strikers was productive of no result A COKE BURNERS STRIKE BCOTTDALE May A general strike involving coke workers in tho Oon riellsyJlle region is threateucd unless the Friclc company resumes operations at the Valley Works DENVERS FIRST STRIKE DENVER May Last Friday the mem bers of the Machine Workers and Turners Union made a demand upon the mill men for a reduction of hours fronr ten to nine with ten hours pay This refused themen numbering thirtyfive quit work this They joined by the bench men numbering 250 Among the m il Is affected are the 1 argest i n the city will not close down but will attempt to fi 11 th ei r t con tracts by ru n n ing Vftb a short force of nonunion men who have been getting for some time past the wages now union This is tho first strikeTiu Denver this year AUSTRALIANS A BRISBANE The members of the labor unions he re threaten a i strilce to pre vent the wools sheared by nbh union men rf5iiey cabled to England the British labor r LONDON May Geographical So cietys reception to Stanley at Albert Hall this evening was a notable event The Prince and Princess of AY ales Buko of Edin burgh Duke of Cambridge Duke of Tock Duke of Fife Duke of Argyle Count of Paris and many other notables present A princess of the royal familv headed the triumphal procession which con ducted Stanley and his colleagues into the hall The president of the society presented medals to Stanley with an appropriate speech Stanley returned his thanks and proceeded to narrate his as sisted by a chart The Princo of Wales moved a vote of thanks to Stanley and the Duke of Edinburgh seconded tho motion The medal presented to Stanley is gold Copies in brouxc were presented to all his In thei course of his speech Stanley said that carpers had asked what was the utility of his Ho replied that the gain to humanity was great The expedition opened up a new rich and produc tive region and would enable them to teach millions of degraded hu man beings that in vegetable products they would findsomething of a far vaster value tlian in the flesh of their crea tures It was no exaggeration to say that every milo traversed would serve in tho future to extend British commerce indus try and enterprise Finally they had ex tended the to the east ern limits of Congo adding territory cover Ing thousands of miles without the force of An Illinois Journalist Dies CHICAGO May Andrew Shuraan died suddenly tonight of apoplexy Mr Shuman had a long and honorable career in politics and newspaper work in this State He was for many years editor and part proprietor of the Chicago Evening Journal CHICAGO May 5 TRITIUME San Francisco Chronicle William Muldoon was in the city last evening When asked if ho would train Sullivan for hJs match with Jackson Muldoon said I can not say at present I will not tako him unless I can win with him and I want to find if ho can bo gotten into condition There can be no question that Sullivan has boon drinking some but I havo hope that ho will bo all right If tho stake is hcaxy I shall insist on tho same arrangements as in tho previous fight namely that I shall havo absolute control of him arranging his hours of food and dictating who should sec him and who not I like Sullivan but I dont like tho crowd that follows him and that element must be gotton rid of I would like to train him at my farm in Now York State where I trained him before but can not do so as tho trip to the Coast would upset him If I take him I shall go to Cali fornia and get quarters iu some secluded spot near J5an Francisco nnd lit him there If I take charge of him ho Avill go into tht ring in good condition you can depend upon A FIGHT DECLARED OFF NEVT ORLEANS May Associated The BowonMeyer fighr is off Mcyors manager says ho has boon sick and dosirea to postpone tho event two weeks Bowon who is now in prime condition would not consent to a postponement There being uo forfeit up Meyer declared tho fight MAULIVFES KROOICLYN DEBUT NEW YORK May 5 Too MoAuliffo made his first appearance before the sports of Now Yorlc and Brooklyn tonight at the Fifth Avenue Casino Brooklyn It was announced that tho big fellow was suffering from a severe attack of his physician would allow him to spar only three rounds of two minutes each The spectators wero evidently pleased vrlth his bout with Jack Fallon was only a little friendly affair McAulilfe bad Fallon com pletely under his thumb all the while Tho Brooklyn man might as well have tried his prowess on the side of a barn as to attempt to get on tho big man The Races ELIZABETH N 5 Five furlongs Fitzroy won Glostor second Glouaiount third Time V Mllo arid a Llslmony King Crab second Bell Wood third iimo Five Lemon over second Yevay third Time Half Lord Harry won Kittle B second Cascade third Time 54 Six Kan cocoas won Sam Morse second Major Daly third Time Mile and a furlong Royal Garter won Admiral second Rudolph third Timer THE CARPENTERS STRIKE f if v bosses ha ve see the byy the customs to ing y disputesarise ibetweenj Ho Special Change in tho Situation Ten Tirms Unionize The labor situation continues but little changed though that little is for the better The number of carpenters out is reduced from thirtythree to twenty and there is a prospect for a settlement at an early day Contractors Chrlstensen and Folsom have agreed to unionize their shops and here after employ only u nioh labor There was a conference yesterday with the manager of the Sierra Nevada Lumber Company which resulted in the Carpenters Union making clearer to him their position He agreed to lay the matter before tho directors im mediately and return an answer as soon as they decided The Federated Trades Coun cil has endorsed the carpenters position and fall support is pledged The Carpen ters Union have also received communicaf tions from the Painters Plasterers and other unions pledging support financially is well as President A D Cowles of the Carpenters Union was seen last evening by a TRIBUNE reporter and Mr Cowles said the men out were con fined to the Sierra Nevaea Salt Lake Build ing Crime building Con tractor McGregor of the CraVie building had ordered him Cowles off ths premises as no representative of the union was wanted there However while would have nothing to do with Crowds officially yet as a private individual as was willing1 to Soothe two held an amicable conversation in Mr Cowles said he cpuldvconvince Mr Gregor of theweaknessof did hejgrarit Cowles time The contractor his maikirig Convince a man against his will hell have the same opinion The president ctLthe Carpenters Union thea statedto the reporter that inasmuch as there a general misuhderstanding as to the recogn ition cl alro ed by the car penters for their union he wquld like to de fine a little what that fecbg SALE Olf THOROUGHBRED COLTS i LEXINGTON May A sale of thor oughbreds of RunnymGde Coldstream and Loudouin yearlings took place near Paris today and was a groat success Fifty head of yearlings were sold for Among the highest sales wore Bay flley by imp Melbourne stud bay stallion F Brother to Hanover by Hindoo Melbourne stud bay by imp Billet Melbourne stud 85505 bay ijy Leonidas Crawford Cordu S2400 bay by Imp Billet Melbourne stud 83750 bay bv Leonidas Yearling Brown by Billet Dwyer New York 82050 bay hy Imp Billet F M Simpson Lexington bay by Hindoo E B Bishop nition meant iiSaiid he T Labor acommbdity anil the one having it for sale hasaright tqibe one of the asto its If capital rieh tjoconi biiie and set thciif should not have same privilege Con sequently labor unions fio that ws better labor Thc racanf iine of apparently not unj ask to become onV of the contracting we The Players Brotherhood i CHICAGO May hundred people attended the opining game of tho Brotherhood season In this after rioon Staley was very effective and Pitts burg had everything its own way 1 00 100 1 0 0 2 0 1 3 0K8 M1 cngo 6 Piltsbiirg 2 and Far rell SUley and Curroll and Gunning i THE GIANTS POOIl WORK A 11 PiTitADEWHiA Giants ptit up a very poor fielding and the Philadelphia Brotherhood had an easy victory 2700 T 0 0 5 2 00 10 New 0 0 0 0 L 7 NowYork 9 Philadelphia 4 New Bufflntoji and Craae and Bwing and i AT BiiOOKXYN May hundred peo ple attended the tkia Wards men lumped pjvrJiRad bourne hard Kelly gave place in the fifth inning and the Callfornian played 0 3 2 0 0 2 0 22 lyn 3 6 and Cook ftadbourue Swctt and Kelly Umpires Barnes and Gaffney The National The wretched playing of the New York League ly n an Is afternoon X Atteridr 1 0 0 b New York 6 BrGOklyu7 ilurpliyr Clark and JIcDermtt delpbia League j2 liand and the iBosion s ted the u 1 tractors toenterlnto an agreement wiih us We only askoii theirJpirt that they employ none but union nothing to COD cede On our own parti to contract behalf the v agiycn   

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