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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - May 7, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                THE MOST EXTENSIVE AND fN TUK MOUNTAIN REGIONS CIRCUS VOL 180 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY MOBTOsTG AS INSANE ASYLUM HORROB Fifty Maniacs Roasted to Death in Their Cells SEVEN NUNS PERISH THE FLAMES A Qufjhcc Ifospiiftl Ground ticntx Jjibnrutcd SccnoH of Terror Idaho and Other TONOtrr IOINTK Quohoo May lonjf lino of gaunl tnwois In all thai n of Tnngno Points Lunatic Asjlmn locatcfl ton mlios from Montrual amlwlilcli with miuiy HVOH wax today consumod Iy flames Tho HlghtH wltaessod licforo Mils tragic HCCIKI aro utmh as can ho fnr foMcji Nothing foulfl llio horror iittoiKllng calamity coiiHlclcMhi tlHi number of vloUms tho Uirrllili natiir of loath and tho marinor wlikh Hi vl1lmH rcctilvod Whu to I hn wan a HCIUIO of horror wa to tin lunatics a innmnnt of Siiplnniii and In tlmir delight llnty them milws In Humus and waved tholr llmlm In at Mm ml that aliout and not until tlio wall tumbled alioiit tliflr hiwcls iniinltical Hcnmiurt Jtlloimnd Tlifro woro IriearceraLcd In tho Timgu VoinUi AMvliim I MO hi mi Mas for tluit him was a prison morn than u hospital mid now nut nitrct than 1100 urn for but many nncaped Into the Holds am woods and tlio dftad are ashes among ashes the iiumlHM1 of load Is IH purely mailer df oiijodture and can novor bo tin ceitaliiefl Hlinro no rcmorfl IH kept thai that In tho asylum books and thoy worn do fitroyod Tn king Into consideration tho whole of th ovldeneo from firemen and of Mio Mane Iu mates and n clmrgo It Is a oonsiurva tlvu In say that A llirNIWKD VICTIMS met tholr loath though sumo assort Mm number IH doublo that and other laee It below this IlKiiro However tht fjuii rornuliiH that no Huoli ha fiillen upon tho Quebuo slnuo tin oarlUiNt I Kvfir sliioi Jiioboc wan a provlnoo Its rnati ngomfnt of most helpless of all uroa tiires ban been Its hliarue Thoy have been farmed out to tho year and tho ulsters aim wan to kuop thoiu as frugally possible From tho wnuitniotloii of the building thuro IH doubt In some minds an to whether It wan intended as an asylum or A llIiAST KUKNAUK In any case It worvod tho purpose admirably It was of brloU and was 000 fiuit running back frhm tho river half tho distanee Tho niiilr building ooeupled tho emitor and ou each fdfln four wings six storltw In hlKht Tho flro today started in a wtp nourd In tho Seooud the womans Hide In thci upper story by a juveless patient and us ventilation was carried on by a IdiiRltiidlnal shaft eonneoted with tlm towers the soon appeared up through the oonter of eaeb lowor A tule Urarn wan sent to Montreal for aid and an engine and reels wero at once They might HS well have remained at homo for In live minutes thoy exhauster the water supply The only thing that could wave tho building was tin St Lawrence rlvor and It was half a mllo distant When the Associated Press reporter ar rlvod wltli tho llremoii tho dome of ono tower hud Just fallen and tho Mimics wore bursting forth As the lioat In creased the statues fell from their n In has to the ground and then the Inhabitants pios trated thomsolvort orylng aloud that the saints had deserted them Indeed furniture and utensils of ovury dcsorlptiou were belnt from tlie windows and n stream of Illclad mon poured out of the eastern Not a male patient was lost A the women It was dtlVoront The loss hopeless oases were plaeod in the lower wards and thoy wero romovod without dllll oulty but from the upper wards whore the violent patients wero secured there eame wild sertHims as they resisted the nuns who bosoocluul thorn to malto their escape At a window a miuilae would bo seen penning through the bars grinning and jabbering at tho bright Dame that wont up to the sky AM the heat beeamo moro In tense slut would grasp the burs and remain thero until tho llames enveloped hor The Inhabitants had canto from all parts around about attrtioted by the and In a minute the Httlo village was a surging mass of shouting voelferatlng people When tho llremen found that thoy were powerless to save they turned their attention to tho Inmates and burst hi tho doors with axes Inside Chief Henolt says was such a sight as no ilrnmen over boforo witnessed In one ward that he ontorod t horoworo twentyfive patients and at his approach they huddled together llko a pack ot beasts entwining their arms Into one mass oC humanity He the nearest tint said the ehlef I eon Id TIO mow separate the crowd than I could the parts of your Me tugged at them until tho fire darted Into their garments and enfolded them like a shroud of flame and then ho oseapod with his life TllUBK KIKKMKS In another ward three tlremen wore nearly trapped to death They entered and tlie door which had n lock closed bohlnd thorn As Is customary there wns no han dle on tlie Inside The door resisted their axes and they rushed to the windows but were driven batk by the flames The chief suspoeting their peril sent aid to the other the management as a whole thft Individuals exercised evury power to lessen the calam ity they hud iicxiorutd to avoid A loud wns followed by a crash of beams The interior was giving way the wild frantic women sank from tho windows and tin1 shrieks of the maniacs woro lost In the ueneral uproar as ono by one the walls toppled Inward und a fierce blaxo burst up from tlio newly added fuel that rose towards tlie sky and shot Its ovor tho St Law rence to tbo southern shore and oven tinned the crcnt ot Mount Koyal ten miles distant Then it died town Into blackness and nothing but the now broken towers re mained hounding tho seething mass of debris under which are now not thi but the ashes of a hundred vic tims By this time it was 1 oclock growing dark and very cold The spring rains had con versed the place Into a arid only horsemen could get from place to place Tlie poor sUlers most of them young and delicate stood ankiodeop In the mud MIJ and superintending the removal of Hiicb furniture as had saved I The wandered about aimlessly clad In scant garments When released many of them KOII joy r Mill bounded llko door across tho fields to now Tatleiits of both HOXCH escaped and though a cordon of pollco was thrown iviiind not all were Included and n horribly HuggosUvo talo was borno in by an Inhabitant who was ruining through tho woods to tho scono of disiisler A new dread has come upon tho Inhabitants froii the presonoo of so many iMviiKd luniillcs and they will count them selves fortunate if they aro not visited by a ierlo of suoli crimes as only inudiuon can NEWS FROM ACROSS THE S The Russian Government Terrified by tlic Cronsdadt AITair to tho Hundred Iu THE KEY TO THE RUSSIAN EMPIRE RoichstUK Is Opened and the Kaiser Delivers a The Brad laughBurns Foreign News Hide and the men were carried down on lad ders The engineer of tho building did good work saving nine patients and ovory tlro nHin made a rooord of which ho may feel proud On the first alarm the engineer turned on tho hose but Jt wis utterly usej Jess as the fire leaped along the ventilating to the wards and burned in a diwn places at FOUR NUNS VKKtSIt Ono of tho nuns Sister Maria lay sick in tho infirmary on the fifth tloor and to her rescue camothreo others lemerose Gilbert and Lumlene Thoy seized their compan ion and boro her hi a blanket to tho stair case but thoy were wot by a sheet of llaiuo and all perished Nouo of thoia were over 20 years of nge Tho sisters worked with tho persistenco of horohws by turns im ploring bcsoochlng and commanding tho and saving a very largo number In vlov of tho inadequate facilities at hand Premier Morclor has placed tho Montreal Exhibition building at the disposal of tho nuns and tomorrow tho buildings will bo stocked with provisions Tho strangest to tho flromon id that such nnnb senoo of flroflghtlng facilities oould exist Although tho appliances were thoro thoy wero utterly useless Tho Institution had excellent engines ton good pumps nnd new tollers but no connection existed between tho pumps and boilers Slstor Thcreso tho Huporloress is brokenhearted and being at present In Ulhoalth hor name mny ho added to tho already long list of victims Doctors Bourgno and Baralot woro oorrJefl fromthe building In an unconscious condl Uoa and must bo said ot the tltno the fire was burning ovory high housetop In Montreal had Its curious sightseers The long road was thronged with The transport service of Montreal was pressed Into use and every available cab omnibus and hack wutit out filled with people KOUNUHl HV TUB SISTBIlS Tlm sisters of tho province spoilt In founding and organizing this Institution of which was spent on tho buildings The buildings wero Insured by the Government for With tho LUifitUm of departmrmt oouslst lug of the doctors the retained com plete control of tho departments of tho asylum Firry IKKCSIIKD midnight the death roll is estimated at fifty although many rrioro aro missing but are turn up It Is feared that seven Tertiary nuns were burned as three moro aro missing besides those named above They wero not how over seen In the llames and the sisters prefer not giving out their names at present FLOODS IN IDAHO Idaho May to TitnurNK warm weather of tho past Ion days has bean melting deop snow In Uio mountains to an alarming extent und the whole country Is threatened with a Hood Woud river Is rising very rapidly und fears aro ontertalned that all tho bridges will bo washed away At JJalloy tlm bridges Is In danger and efforts are being made to strengthen It Tlie bridge botwoon Mollovuo and llmadford Is In bad shape and between the two towns is almost entirely suspended The nilnos at Uroadford have been rushing Ju coal the past week in ordor to prevent oloslng clown should the brklgo go out Tho bridges bo low iJellevuo aio In a precarious condition Almost UioonUro valley bolow horu is suf fering from high water Should tho warm weather continue until the deep snows In the Sawtooth mountains aro molted the damage to the oountry will be very groat The present high water Is from tho of snows In tliu foothills and whon tho thirty foot of Sawtooth snow molls It Is feared It will occasion tho worst Hoods known In this section of the country A llirCKIIOAIlD ACCIDENT GUANO JUNCTION April to Pitio in which sev eral oC prominent peoplo were returning after a pleasure Jaunt to me of the adjacent mesas broke down hruwlng the entire parly Into a plfieon I1 Kla sulVerod the fracture of hroe ribs the rest of the party escaping iiilnjured May armor and his wife Mr and Mrs Edwards ot Luke county woro found in a aMlio hetiramlo Motel this afternoon iuuoialed by gas The man soon died and viiiiuui can net llvo In the vas found a warrsinl committing his wife to lit Northern Illinois Insane Asylum It is upposod he was on his way lo that Instltu loM and It Is thought Die woman turned on ilu gas in a freak riKH SlXfJKlt lACTOUV ON fftlK May Singer owing machine factory was discovered ou Ire late tonight The entire lire lepiirl lonl responded but tholr work so far has ind little eUect and at midnight it was uared the main building which covers lores of ground will be destroyed The vorks employ persons At 2 a m the main building was nearly Icstroyed and the lire was spreading apldty It Is likely that the ontiro factory vlli go In which ease the loss will amount several million dollars Groat cxeito nont prevails In tho city and thousands of ooplo aro vlnwing the tire At It a m the lire Is under control Tho ws Is estimated now A SCItlKMv 11Y May college at ils place was struck by lightning this lorning Ibo clock and belfry were torn to eces Two hundred students were in the ulldlng the most of whom were shocked It wns two hours before order was restored A iiuuur SUKKOCATKU May week Mr Charles IHirt ami Miss Louisellanmm were married at Sterling where they both lived for a number of veals Being very popular the wedding was moro than an ordinary HtVuir After bidding their friends good bye tlie couple started for Nebraska to pass afew happy weeks with relatives In that Stiitcl AVord wns received today stating that they had both been suffocated by gas at Grand Island where they probably stopped at a hotel and not being used to gis made tbo fatal mistake of blowing It out ST PKTKKSKIJIIO May Dls Francisco Chronicle Cable to Now York World Captain Schmidt of tho Kiisslan navy has boon taken to Schlusselhcfg near Luko Ladoga and It Ls doubtful whoihor he will over bo alive Tlio crlmo for which lie iias removed to this living tomb was that he was discovered preparing a plan of tho fortress at Oronstadt for tlio German Government Tlio military and police authorities are very much exor cised over tho discovery and aio doing their utmost to hush the up The traitor ous captain is iiowiindoiKolnjrall tho horrors of Lho torture chamUor Tho latest nowy concornliiK Mio discovery1 is that a military attache of the Gorman location Is Implicated and the fact that Germany was tho iiiteud liiK purchaser of tho key to Russia has made the fooling against administration vory bittur and very strong Cronstadt is tho fortress to whlcli stranger Is admitted no nmtlor how tingiiislied ho may lo nor can a Kusslan iHiloss he IH one of tho garrison especially told oil for tho fortress en tor tho gates and rntaln Ills freedom Ids plan is changed every year and tlio utmost secrecy Is ob served In regard to tho details of Its garrison and arrangements Without Crotistaclb tho magnificent St Petersburg could In ono hour bo laid in ruiiiH by any ono war ship that floats Is tho key to Russia and than ifc has been In danger and may bo yet thrills the administration with horror and roar and tlio plan will bo changed at oneo PATTt fiOKM HOME LONIION May reached Cralgy Nos last ovoning in a special train from Liverpool Sho received an ali all tho stations her Journey rosom hllng a royal progress At Jirolon tho Mayor presented a hoiiquot and road an ad dress A triumphal arou sijannod tho road to tho eastlo AN KiniiTirouu DISCUSSION Mr Bradlaugh M is a sterling frlonrt oC tho worklngman biit Is opposed to tho eighthour law Ho lias accepted tho Invi tation of John Hums tho labor advocate to discuss tho question In public Jiradlaugh considers compulsory legislation on thosub joot a limitation oC a mans rights and im practicable in vlow oi tho economic law and tho laws of human naturo ICAISEIlS AnnilESS May A D13IJD An Insane Mothor Struiiglos Her Child nud Stiioldeis TUAVKK May night during aiisonoo of her husband Mrs T A Hris Ur atlor sondlng hoc little girls aged 11 uud 0 to hod wont to tho bedroom and proceeded to strangle tho older child Tho youngor ono ran from tho room pursued by her mother still carrying tho other child by i ho nock She did not drop It until it was load and by that timetho little duughtor hrtd managed to got start of her and had reaihid a neighbors house Tlio neigh bors started back with her and JJrlsler oamo back about the same time UK was found tho back yard in a pool of blood haying choppuU in tho front of her head with an physicians say she cannot live She was conscious but would givo no reason for tluv ducd and is sripposod to have suddenly gone insnno i Anarchists Arrested BAUCBLOXA May Anarchists have boon arrested horo Documents seized rcvoal plans for destroy Ing tho railroad with rtynamito and for to tho fac tories Cnsnti Denies LONDON May Casatl tho Af rlcanfcxpipror dotiicsthat entered tlio Germim aervloft The Kolohstag was opened by tho Emperor today In Ills opening address his Majesty declared that his oilorts to maintain tlio ljuaco of Europe would Jricroaao Ho ox pressed a conviction that lio will snoooed in conllrmlng tho confidence of tho powers In tho paellio policy of Germany Tho Kmporor say u ho reeogiiixod It as his cluty to perpetu ate peace by cultivating an alliance for pur poses of defense by perfecting the arma ments for which purpose a now military credit will bo asked Tho Emnoior an nounced that measures would be presented for improving tho condition of tho working men Tlio strikes during thoyuuv suggested aiMixaminatjon of the whether tho laws took Into account the justi fiable wishes of tlio worklngmcn The questions claiming the foremost attention were those of Sunday rest and womens mid childrens labor The federal governments proposals to the last Reichstag might in tholr essential points become law without detrlmont to ether Interests The legal pro visions or tho protection of wurkiiiiimen against dangers tliroaionlug their lives health and morals were susceptible of amendment as were also tho laws relative to tho Issue of labor rogtilatlous in view of the increase of Insubordination among tho youthful worklnginen a bill on the sub ject would be laid before the Reichstag Another bill will bo submitted for the bet ter regulation and of industrial courts of arbitration The Emperor con tinued t trust that you are willing to cooperate to bring about an agreement be tween the legislative bodies upon the pro reforms and thus take a significant forward step iu tho peaceful development of tho conditions of labor A just solicitude for tlio workmen tho most ollect ual means by whleh u strengthen the re sourees with which I and my oxalted ul vlsers are rosolved lo oppose with unbend ing determination any attempt to disturb the legal order of things In alVeeting these reforms only such measures will come up Cor consideration as can lie carried out without endangering the industry of tho Katherlaiid Our industry only forms a link in tho economic work of tho nations competing In tho worlds markets I have therefore made points of going about among tho States whose economic si Lion lias tho same character for an ex change of views regarding a joint recognition of legislation ronuired to protect tho work IngmcMi 1 most gratefully acknowledge favorable receptions of my suggestion by all the States eotieorned resolutions adopted by tho recent labor cmferoiieo at Merlin expressed com mon views on tho most important Held of work and eulturo of our times do not doubt but tho principles laid down In those resolutions will form tlio seod under Gods help from whlcli will spring up happiness Tho workingmon will bo blessed by the fruit whloh will bo harmonious relations between the Referring to the foreign relations of Ger many his Majesty said that his efforts woro unceasingly directed toward mainten ance ofpoace Ho said am able to express a conviction that my endeavors to strengthen the confidence of all foreign governments in tlio security afforded by our policy have boon successful With tho Kmporor jnul his oxalted tho nation recognizes tho duty of protecting peace by cultivating tho alliance concluded for tho purposes of displacement of tho balance of power endangers tlio politi cal equilibrium and consequently tho guarantee thereby atVorrtort for a successful maintonnnoo of peace Since the our military constitutionwere settled the military organizations bC our neighbors havo boon extended to an unforeseen dogroo What has done by us has boon thus rendered inadequate In ordor to prevent a displacing of the whole situa tion to our disadvantage it is necessary to increase our oiVootive force and strengthen our different arms especially tho field artillery A bill will bo submitted enacting that an increase of tho winy shall come into force on tlio 1st of 1 Touching colonial tho Emperor said action taken in East Africa for the suppression of the sfavo trado and tho pro tection of Germanys interests has progressed during the last few months tioped that iranquilicy will soon provaUjin those regions Tho reading ol tlio Emporors speech was frequently interruptod by cheers After tho delivery of tho Qhuiioollor Von1 marks per double quintal abolishing the beet root tax and export bounties and with drawing from distillers the existing privi leges In relation to a spirit tax and finally demanding a genera revision of the tariff with a view to tho abolition of tho corn and cattle duties and a reduction of the duties on other articles of general consumption especially farm products Tlie Socialists will Introduce a bill for tho immediate repeal of the corn duties Tho new military bill fixes tho poaco effective force at troops exclusive of one yoar volunteers After October 1st tho army will consist of MS battalions of in fantrv squadrons of cavalry 434 iiold batMMles tt batteries of foot and 20 pioneer and 21 train batteries The nonrecurring expenditures entailed by the new measures amount to marks Tho increase in tho permanent yearly expenditures Is marks BKHLIN May Tayhlatt comment ing on Emperor Williams speech says It Is significant that it shows no intention to maintain the Socialist law His the duties of the Government must bo ap proved everywhere Tho scope of tho measures to protect workmen is limited by vows that Germanys industrial activity will not bo affected Therefore the work mens Interests will not bo affected Tho Kadlcals animated by patriotic steal will doubtless be willing to grant ail that is re quired lo strengthen tho countrys defensive i CAPTAIN SCHMIDT ST PBTBRSnuitn May Schmidt of tho Russian navy who was charged with preparing plans of tho for tho Gorman Government has been liberated in tho absence of sufficient evidence to convict him lie has been dis missed from tho service COST OF THE 1ANAMA CANAL PAIUS May roport of the special commission sent out by tho liqui dator of tho Panama Canal Company to in vestigate tho condition oC tho canal esti mates that ib would francs to complete canal on the look system To this should bo added 20 per cent for unfore seen expenses and 29 per eent for expenses of management and Interest Tho total cost Is fixed at francs Tho report further says that it would take between seven and eight yours to complete the canal Tho aimuiil cost of management is estimated at francs According to tho estimates of the commis sioners tho not receipts for tho iirst three years after opening would be francs annually gradually Increasing year by year until twelve years after tho open Ing whon they would amount to francs Tho material of tho old company and tlio work already performed Is valued at francs VISITS THE QUEEN LONDON May wont to Wind sor Oastlo today by the Queens command and was given an audience by Her Majesty A TRAGIC SGEilE IN COORT An Aged Sinner Curses the Judge and Jurors prtitiuu for divorce alleging adultery Van Ihoii Uo is o i Chinese nobloman ihis Iountry in and after tsvt1 yiars at Springfield he for volioiTi in Havon Aft or tliU considerable literary work and rivontly started nn Chinese Sunilijv school paper in Now York Mrs was formerly Miss Elizabeth Matnl Ifiunuvdauirhtor of Mrs E Gilbert Jerome of Gilljurt avenue THE GALLOF AN IOWA HORSETHIEF A Boy Kills His Father in Defense of His Devel opments in the IrattBromwell erous Tranips ENGLAND WILL CALL A HALT MILLION1 OF 1IBK SUBJECTS BKCOMJS AMJBRICAN CITIZENS Plenty of Kooia In tho Colonies But Nono in tho United Immi gration Statistics LONDON May Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle Series The stato iiont thiifc only about square nilles of limdsultablo foivsottlomont by emigrants omalns in tho United uome llko a revelation to Englishmen the most of wlioni havo boon clinging to the belief that America was only aswcllas only partially Tho statement re ferred to lias lusr been made before a select of thoHouse oE Commons on together with the announce ment that in Australia there arc sci u aro nilles and in Manitoba suit able for colonizing purposes X Tho records show that since 1515 000 peoplo have left the United Kingdom and of those have loft since which woro of British and Irish origin Twothirds of these emigrants went to the United States whose population if it increased in tho same ratio as in the past hundred years would be nt tlie end of another hundred years or about 500 persons per square mlloof tho habitable portions of the country Since against British peoplo who had emigrated thoro wero not Quito a million immlgrantsinto thisoountry Tlio total immigration had amounted to about onehalf tlio excess of thbUritish over deaths in tills country This array of figures has convlhccdthp committee that emigration from the British Isles is no lunger as desirable us formerly and tlie ooniinilloo will recommend In their roport that incl assisted emigration be discontinued except to Australia GOV TOOLES WEDDING He Will be Married to Miss Rosccrans Morninff TitinuNE Dis Francisco Chronicle Tho marriage of Miss Lily Rosocrans daughter of General Kosewrans to Governor Toole of will be very quietly tho parsonage of St Matthews GlutvclT at 11 oclock tomorrow morning Tho wedding will be private as tho groomelect isjiot a member of the Roman Catholic Church and tho date of tho ceremony havingjust been settled upon thoro will Jjc no the dispensation necessary to it take place in the church as was the intention at first Tho brideolect will wear a traveling dross of dark green cloth braided in black with a small toque to niaich Immediately after the ceremony Governor take his bride for a fortnights sojourn at the sea hore and from there will go to their future homo in Montana Among the many olo sant presents received is n set of gold coffee poons from Mr ixnd Mrs Ohauneey Depew who aro cousins of Miss Kosecrans Senator Becks D May Unfler ping sky tho remains of tho late Senator Bock woro borno this morning to Capi tol Arriving at tlio east front 01 tho Sen ate whig the casket was borno stops Into the miirblo room it was visited by several hundred people before its rb moval into tho Senate chain bor After tho opening of short was taken At abortt1 bclook it reconvened and tho House of Represent atives Supreme Court Diplomatic Corps 1rcsident and Cabinet appeared and took seats Then tho casket was borne out bya detail of Capitol police followed by of liclal bodies and tho Senate adjpuriied till tomorrow followed by a funeralproces sion Senate and tlieTrcsident and1 Cabinet and mourners wastakenltotbe Baltimore depot board train for conveyance special train carrying the remains and those accompanying them started at and is scheduled to reach Lexington to morrow morning Tho luneral will bo held Thursday A Rock Springs Republican DUBITQUB May Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle three weeks ago a team was stolen from stable of live miles north of this city Tlic horses wero taken to Galena and sold for 20 This morning at 7 oclock Sheriff entered the resi dence of Charles at Sixteenth and Washington streets and tore him from tho arms of his newlyinado bride on a charge of being the thief Tho Sheriff wns accompanied by T G Underwood of Galena to whomtho stolen team was sold Ho Several others have boonstolon In the vicinity re cently is thought to bo tho guilty man Withthe money secured from tho salo of thefitolen horses ho pot married last week to a young German girl and sot up Ho tho nerve to in vito ZollicolTer from whom ho had stolen a team tho week boforo to tho wedding ZollicoITer and his family accepted tho in vitation and wero present DRFENJ5ED IT IS MOTHER BUTTjKR Mny Carr and wife qnarrolcd last night over some Carr raised a chair us If to strike his wife whon her son Charles aged III who was standing yard threw a stone at his father through tho open door The missile struck Canon tho forehead between tho eyos fracturing his skull Ho cannot live Tho boy was arrested A THBlKlJNCI SCENE IN COURT CINCINNATI1 May most sensa tional scono occurredin the criminal court room today Joseph Morris ISyears old was on trial for an attempted criminal a sevenyearold girl lie had vehemently protested his innocence but tho jury found him guilty and Judge Shroclcr without leaving tho bench son ton fifteen years in tho peniten tiary Court pronounced thesen tcnco Morris tohis feet and bring ing both of his clenched fists clown on tho Judges desk onrsotl him with vehement rage Such a was perhaps never heard in the room before With up raised hands ho prayed heaven to rot the bonos jury and that they might bo Tho Judge bailiffs and jurors imprecations Morris lioif turned and began curse the audience when suddenly his faco turned hogasped clutched at his throat and fellirnconsciousat the Judges feet He was removed and tonight is dangerously 111 SHOT rniosnvJsijTj SAN May wore sensational develop ments yesterday in the caseoi1 George C Pratt an employee of the California Insur ance Company on trial for shooting L L Bromwell president of tho company last January Ho was examined and said that on the night before lie shot llromvcll his wifaeonfesscd to him that Bromtvell had caused her ruin For this ho shot him A HOY JttmUERKH May Stearns 12 and James aged 16 years quarreledrtoday over a trivial matter Stearns opened a jackknife and plunged the Into Archers heart killing him Instantly TERRORIZED J1Y ST Louis May number of tramps have been camped along the Iron Mountain road between1 hero and DoSoto for several days and have caused much terror to tho trainmen Sunday night Conductor Nelson attempted to eject three men from his train and was shot in the hand Conductor Boah mcc whoAVcnt out on Nelsons Inst night found a tramp on board and ordered him oil The tramp drew a revolver and shot In tho breast inflicting fatal wound A tramp named Charles Doni son was caught at DoSotoitonljrht and ad mits having done tho ihooting MUUUERRD HIS DAUOTKH FOXBORO May man Siamcd Ciomack today murdered his daughter aged 1J and thon commitcd suicide by shooting himself Tho tragedy was discov ered by Cromacks son lato this afternoon whon ho returned from a fishing trip Mrs Cromack is employed in a factory in the village No cause is assigned for tho deed A Coal Mine PITTSTON May serious flro Is raging in No 14 colliery of tho Penn sylvania Coal Company at Iort Klanehard up to a lato hour tonight all efforts check tlio flames are futile Several mon at work wero overcome and had to bo carried A Democratic Victory ST PAUL May city election to day resulted In a victory for the Democrats they having elected tho Mayor and a largo majority ot Aldormcn Tho Australian ballot system worked very satisfactorily The campaign has been a very bitter ono A Y M C A Conference Teniu May twentieth annual oonferoncc of the general secreta ries of tho Y M 0 A of the United States and Canada opened this evening THAT CLEVELAND IT WVS O FAKE BUT ONLY II At IT TI11C TIIUTII Tho Exrrosideiit Usoil Cuss Words and Vllo Tbo Groat UeCormor Cuts a Sorry YOHK May Francisco Chronicle ick C Crawford tho reporter of tho World who interviewed G rover Cleveland on Editor Dana has written a letter to tho editor of FrankLeslies Illustrated Newspaper in which he impugns Clevelands veracity and affirms tho truth fulness of tho interview as printed Crawfords interview at the dic tation of powerful politicians was repudi ated by the World which went back on its own reporter and made astatemont that its news was all for the sake of helping Cleveland out of a tight nlaco Thu credit of this Jndcod almost unprecedented acton the part the paper is to be given tooxSocrotary ot Whitney who brought his personal ant business pull to bear on tlio World an succeeded Tho WorM convicted itself of cvcui when it know that it had told but tht truthCrawford is a newspa per man oC several years experience and has done a large amount of interviewing and says that this case is tho Iirst in wind on c of his interviews has boon disputed Crawford speaks repudia tion of the iiiioivlov and uses these word near tho beginning of his T assert on my that Mr Cleveland was cor rectly reported in tho Interview in question He was not misrepresented in any particu lar T did not write out all that Mr Cleve land said hut what I did write was a faith ful and accurate report of his conversation Much oC what WHS omitted was simply un printable in any respectable jjioly the partlcu editor TWENTYSIX HARD ROUNDS A Scientific Hill Is Witnessed at Sew Orleans WHAT MWIFFE THINKS HE CAN DO He Is Desperately Anxious to Somebody and Aspires to the Championship of the Races and Baseball WASHINGTON NEWS An KoCK SPRINGS yypv May tis A Ecpnblicaa club was brganV iwas elected ppresldent and Enter line vy Greon Rlvor and poke cheer A Prohibition Law Introduced Opium Award WASDINGTON May 6 of Maine today introduced in tiieHouso a bill upon State prohibition laws to oflsob tho decision of tho Supreme Court packagecase Tho bill is in the shape of an amendment to the Inter state Commerce act as follows Nothing contained In this act shall bo construed to authorize the sale or traffic iu intoxicating liquorsiii any State contrary to the laws A GOOD CITIZEN REWARDED Assistant Secretary Tichenor 7nado an award today of to S L Morehead a citizen Francisco for services in con nection with the seizure of a large quantity of opium smuggled into San Francisco a year ago Tho award was the maximum allowed by law It Is said that Morehead was offered large pecuniary inducements not to betray tho smugijlars and spurned them all A meeting of tho Senate Committee on Pensions was held today at which the Morrlll Disability and Service Pension bill combined as substituted by the House for tho Senate Dependent Pension bill was con Formal action was postponed until tho next meeting of the committee It is understood however that tho oppo sition to the House measure is unanimous arid the committee will recom mend that the Senate nouconcur in the action of the House CLAPKSONS FATTIER ILfc First Assistant Postmaster General Clark son and Clarkson left Washington this their home in DCS Moines Iowa in oDcdience to a telegram announcing the alarmingilless Clarksons The Missing Quinlan NEW April friends of Washington Quinlan have been unableto find On the Stock Exchange1 1000 today bought in lor his ac It is believed that all of his out standing boon WICKED PHON LEE The Wife a Chinese Nobleman Conn Mrs y an Capri vi declared the Tho JPhonLce aiybang New who be passed reducing tho earn duty to three Yale of She showed him iho Washington story in Suit lo the eiVcct that Cleveland was jrain flesh autho rat oof twentyfive pounds a month and told him togo and interview Cleveland IFo wont to Clevelands law ollice and sent in his card reporter They had a talk Cleveland spoke freely and deliberately and seemed to be in a perfectly normal con dition Crawford spoke of the Sun article Clove land sakl he had not seen it never read the Sun and wouldnt touch it with a tongs Then Crawford him agist of it and Cleveland straightening up uso of a profane expression reflecting on the chastity of Mr Danas mother Cleveland then launched into a vigorous denunciation of Dana calling him a vagabond and a dastardly scoundrel He also characterized him as a senile old liar and the addition of a profane prefix There was considerable profanity throughout the Interview but none of this was When the interview bad lasted some time Cleveland asked how much of his talk Craw ford was going to write taking a tab up said I will writea little some thing to guide He then wrote a few lines closing He Dana must bo his own judge of tho social decencies and proprie ties I am not sure that he should timeoflifo and in his apparently peculiar mental molested in his arnuse Part of the interviewCleveland not write but spoke Ho alluded to his wife and said Dana had not confined his attacks to himself He made war on women as well as men on airs Cleveland had not been made openly or directly but by Mr Danas favorite method of Innuendo and indirection Cleveland said says Craw Theold thief Dana has not hes itated to drag my wifes name into his scur rilous attacks man who makes war on women is Cleveland spoke with considerable feeling iu referring 10 the unwarranted use that had been made of Mrs Clevelands name ny the malignant editor as follows If Dana was not in his dotage foot in the grave his senile ravingswould attract more atten tion The public Is disposed to look with some leniency on a man that bas paresis This was all thatsaved Dana from being held to a strict accountability for his atro cious Crawford closes by saying that nothing was said to the eHoct that any portion of the Interview was private and declares that he could have had 110 possible motive for A Lively Scene in Court KANSAS Cur May lively personal encounter between Major William Warner excornmanderInchlcf of the G A and W E Greystone of Springfield oc curred in Justice Warthens court this afternoon Thetwogentlemen aro oppos ing counsel in case A dispute arose a deposition of the alleged murdered nian and other articles in evidence in the course of which Grey stone called Warner a liar The major ad vanced towards Greystone when the latter thrust his hand into his hip pocket and was about to draw a revolver when the major pounced upon forced him to the floor in a corner With his hand on Grey stones throat to say If you attempt to draw I will break your The combatants irere iinally separated Church Trustees Joined May trouble in the Humboldt Park Evangelical Church growv ingout of theVspllt at the late conference came up in the Police Court today Trustees William Sodman and Edward Hintz were for forcibly ejecting Pastor Yettcrfrpnvthe pulpit Death of P Official OMAHA land the Pacific diedsuduenly lastnlght of heart failure Chicago NEW YORK May San Francisco Oirvnide Miller ot Indianapolis and Tommy Morgan of Chicago fought ono of tho best figlits seen horo this year before the Audu bon Club this evening for a purso of SfiOO of which S200 goes to the loser Ono thousand people saw twentysix rounds of good and scientific fighting Miller gamely winning by a clean knockout blow with his right on Morgans neck Each man weighed IIS pounds but Miller had a big advantage In his long roach For tho first few rounds honors woro easy hut in tho sixth Morgnn wont at Miller in a hurricane fashion and drove him all around the ring with hard drives Miller suffered badly in this round and wont to his corner looking somewhat groggy In the eighth round Morgan again started his rushing but Miller warded off most of his blows and countered well on tho Chlcagoans nose drawing plenty of blood Miller fought much on tho defensive tno next few rounds In the thirteenth Morgan again started his roshing plunging with his but Miller stopped him with a heavy punch on tho nose which ho repeated in a much harder degree knocking Morgan square oil his pins In tho twentieth Morgan again had ro coiirso to rushing tactics but Miller mot him with a terrific loftbander on the nook which ho followed up with a vicious right hand swing knocking Morgan down and nearly out In tho twentyfirst round Miller tried to finish Morgan but tho Chi cago boy saved himself by clover clucking and clinches In the twentyfifth round Miller went Morgan with much determination catching him a square blow in the mouth and agaii knocking him down Morgan got n Homely and Miller made rush but failci him down before the gong rang In tho antf last round Mlllcj had although Morgan game to the finished with a ter rific righthanrtero tdo neck The specta tors wero so plupk that they made up a special of Sinn for him MAUlIKFKS NKWVOKK May Taokson thinks he again best said Hilly Madden this morning up that ho cant T tried inys level continued got on a ft between tlio two men whon wo wore In a few days ago Parson Davics it was not to bo thought of that gagemcnts would them to accept my terms 1 offered every ment to effect another meeting between tho two men and was mot with m excuse every tho opinion that Jackson is afraid of McAnllffe and that he will not risk rinotliergo with hfm is not enough Twill nwke it a side Joe feels his only was at tbetiands of and 1 will sny ut most endeavors to give him a chance to wipe it out If he dont get thochance it will bo because will not fight I will not restrict their match to any number of rounds any any rules I will leavu it to Jacksons friends whether the boys meet in a fourround ten round co n test or a finish fight All ve want is to fight Falling to get on a match with am willing to back Joe ou the same terms to meet John L Sullivan James J Corbett Frank P Slavin Joe Lannon JackAshton Dan Godfrey or any of tho prominent big r Joe McAuliffc said It is the ambition of my life to have another go at ho does not seem willing to accommodate mo I do not wish to appear boastful when I say that I think he dreads another meeting with but he has dodged the Jssue so longand persistently that I can form no othar con The Mission boy also said that he was only too anxious to get on a fight with some of tho blgfellows with reputations I want to be champion of the he said but I cant get any one of the socalled champions to meet me so I begin to fear that tho pres ent holders and the claimants of tho title will let It go by default rather than A MITCHELLSLAVIN LONDON April Efforts are being made to arrange a match between Mitchell and Slavin Slavin is willing to meet Mitchell but not for a finish fight Jem Smith wants to encounter Slavin again In the ring CORDETT RETIRES FOR A YEAH SAN FRANCISCO April Corbett saig today in relation to the offer of Dwyer Bros of New York to back him for he would notf appearin public for the next year Then ho will commence fighting The Baseball Games CHICAGO May Brotherhood game today was a lucky one all roxind Errors were plentiful on both sides Galvin pitched like a schoolboy for tho first five Innings lint after that settled down Attendance 3500 4 2 00 1120 00 2 Pittsburg 0 cago 5 Pittsburg 7 and Farrcll Galvin and Carroll and Gunning Tlie National JJeague CHICAGO May hundred persons who attended tlieLeague contest today saw a very closely played game Chicago managed to win by Mullanes error in the ninth off Of Burnsshit to third Wilmot stealing home with a winning oin 1 2 i 0 innnti 8 10 Chiesigo 5 and Foreman and Baldwin should baviHueh larger jrrfa8vthan It it drawing notvdenyvthat at1 tendance fallen if j not element fight iutorestf in tho slat could not Sfe complained is saUl Spaulding in elusion tlnijunder therpreseat regime interest diooxlt regret to say it but 1 ariixxmvlncod that this Is the Is that tho groat citiea will once a single represon lative to take pride and that tlrim basebaHiwJll Some of Brotherhood Magnates In this city were iniSnvlowed toaight and refused to take SpauWlngs gloomy view of tho sit Cation President Addlson of tho Chicago club said vXhterost has died out in tho old stylo bleaofijng boards of the National League and3n tho games played by sold and hiredinfest Tho Brotherhood is well satisfied wlShvthe outlook and as far at they are concerned their patronago sidoring has boon cinnnti 4 viltrcdge iaclmrias GAMES POSTPONED i CEICAGO May Brotherhood games it Brooklyn Philadelphia and he League at Brooklyn Philadelphia and Cleveland and the AmericanAssociation at oledo and Brooklyn were postponed oa ac count of rain The American Association STRACUSK V 3 S A BICK LEAGUE TKESIDENT CHICAGO May Is crc itcd in baseball circles remark able interview with President Spaulding of tne Chicago National League teamj prlutecl this evening Spauldihg speaks mrent lack of interest people n the the Hing off nineo theVopbning lie In a the people baye the Brotherhood has iheycant take tomeclubs at once have lostthat i patriotic wlilch Races thls morninjtkdirected tho grand jury to bring In IndUstnionts against all tho makers dolngfbuslhoss at tho tracks of tho Now Jewey Jockey Club and Linden Blood he said hvnpiiT against tho laws of Now Jorsoy AT THE TRACK track was a of mud Flyb Servlco won Young Sorroato third Six Christy won San sccoud Forolgner tiilrd Time Six won NottU Looran second Fnzzlo third Time 1 SO i DSix won Kosa second Lakowood 0imo Mllo and won Badge soo ond Gray Dawn third Timo Fiveeighths ct a won Torriflei second Kitty third won Sparkling second Elag Volt third THE jiEXINQTON 11ACKS LEXTNOTON April won Palisadesecond Catalpa Mile and severity wonj Spectator second Silver King third Mile and won Jluntrost second Meadow Brook third Timo Ninosixteenths of a Smith won Sir Planot second Llttlo Time Half won second PeolnTthird Time 52 v AGREE THJ2 JOSTJSS BILI CAUCUS COMMITTEE XhoSilver Men Appear With tho Mossugo From English JTrlonds of Silver effort was madfl by tho SeuatoKopnbllcan Silver to agree upon a to ported to tan was vitcd to cidcd to somo day this Senator some weelcs ago amendments the amondmonts strikes out the tho bill that notes Issued purchase cancelled 4and Instructs tho Secretaryof tho Treasury to rclssuo them a proviso that the amount outstandin not at any tinie be in excess of the paid out for bullion addition of the section of tliebill adopted by tha caucus whlcli provides for covering tho Treasury about seventy f ul ruonoy oow held lor tho National bahk notes The Jones bill directs the Secretary of Treasury tOypurchaso monthly sliver lion to the value of tho not payment thereforto be redeemable in ful money Mitchell while personally In tho free of silver he believed tho measure the liou redemption clause haying been to bo free from any vioious one that ifadopted would ultimatel to freo coinage In this Senator agreed THBjCJjrOtrSH FRIENDS OF Mr Gibbs ot tTio Bank of England and president of the League cabled to Jones tho EHiietaUio deeply rijgreittlng the deah of Beck whososoirViccs in the CMISO of tary reforniraremost wannly Jtppreci and added V The blmctalSsti partyr United Klngaom now including hundred House of mons greatest value to the bate aboutto commence in your illustTloiMT chamber We fully recognize not only that tho supportToffered silver by your tion duringthe past twelve years has to protect theindustrial world acute crtels but also that debates in Oppgressh aye served moro all else bducato our i recognition of the ssuos Involved We believe also increased coinage of silver Congress will restore wholly your coinage rates and will thus tnake ternatlonal sentiment on this complex tion comparatively cosy Wc urther wlthrmuch cbnfidcneo thut tne vancc in of follow youritctlon will stlaulato i the oiipo trades of your country aadiwbile tho prospeiity of your classes wlllalso assist the industries of the United Kingdo Wholo bo atives of new Boss Association ho agreemPMiched by ths coinralttee The t he teethe statement   

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