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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah CIRCULATION EXCEEDING THAT OK In tho City Combined THE MOST EXTENSIVE la tlie Mountain Regions VOL NO 183 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATUBDAY MOKdSTSTG MAT 10 1890 PEICE FIVE 6LCH8ST TMES A HAND And tbe Postoflice Matter Is Delayed for Ten Days jomblnritlons have been formed to raiseIn surance rates and lower brokers commis sions but cich time there has boon a col lapse lYr some time there has been jiiirjt talk among the Insurance men of getting up another combination but with stringent rules which would make It Impossible for a collapse to occur The present projected organization tlio result A Standard Oil Victory NEW YOFIK Mai Ju George Rico an oil refiner well known by long litiga Lion against tho Standard Oil Trust pur j T Mallaby certificate for five shares In the trust Ho asked the trust Issue for It now certificates In his name tliat ho shouicl have all tho rights and tuxt on tho ground that ho secured shares only to plcxlng CliinoMU Quention The j harass and annoy Jits brought suit and MOeOEBEO BY HEB MOTE Woman Tried to Crucify and FinallyStranglesHer Child money Storrs started on a wild aimless life dinin which he passed through all sons of strange advcimires His wife and her family have long since asserted he was insane and his actions certainly bore out this idea lie made the most remarkable charges of conspiracy and attempted robbery against bis wife and one of his favorite amusements was to go about the newspaper oflices relate his aliened troubles to all who would J is ixri to them THE EASTERN PRESS ON CULLOMS BILL KndorNO Per A RAID OH KENTUCKY MOONSHINERS GoverniiMiiii Must TJuolc or Them o Tlie in to the to make tho transfer as requested Today general Lena of the Supremo Court re versed Mils order holding that Lho transfer Is at tho discretion of thu trust TMKK fit7 Fourteenth Si May J800 Final decision on the nostofflce city ques tion will not be given for a week or ten days Onmil Tyrior now considering the va rious propositions sent in lie stated today delay was caused by thu appear ance of 1C who rcfnesented that he owned properly on Main street which ho desired todlTur to the fiovermncnl as a wlte lodny ordered a quantity of heel sugar seed to In forwarded the Hall Lakn Oliamheiof Cominercu iovernor West In Kentucky on a flying trip presumably in the interest of Mr Car liUcs Senatorial candidacy Tin NIMV Voclr Trlhiiiii arid the Philadel phia Irfnx have strong editorials in favor of j the new Test hill Secretary Murphy of Is that his Territory should bi Included in tlio measure and will appear before the House committee to make argu ments for that purpose TIIH SKA WASHINGTON May Nlw YOIIK May Oregon Trans contlnal Company toflay gave notice that tin transfer books would close May LOth for the annual meeting in June at Portland ft j understood that at this meeting the liq j of the company will be completed and the company formally reorganised IN FOREIGN LANDS The Brooklyn Dry Dock YOHK May formal opening of the now dry dock at the Hrooklyn Navy j Yard took place this afteiuoou A largo j delegation from and Baltimore A Posse of TwentyThree Men Move vis present to witness the I rial as were on the Chicago Doctors Tragedy HE DAY IN BOTH HOUSES Senator Coekrells Lively interest in jrmans PROVISION FOR MORE PENSION AGENTS at Ouray Other Crimes A ItUMOll THAT IN DISGUST A Krcaohinan Klllwl ly Congo Glvos a JSall to tIK Stealing Ammunition May Han Francisco news is iiorillrmcd olLhe Icilliugot Mr Musy com mander of thoFrench post on the Bangulon a branch of Congo Mo la tho second white man who has been killed by natives In the Congo basin The first was a comrade of Captain Trlvier in his trip last year across the continent It wan not con clusively known here till about throe weeks MIDDMSIJOKOUOTT May Francisco Chronicle Chief Revenue Ollieer Captain of of Louisville arrived hero yesterday and at 0 oclock this morning he loft Middlosboitough with a posse of twentythreo picked men armed with rifles to destroy tho moon shiners distillery in the Mingo mountains Cumberland range The moonshiners arc prepared to make resistance and a batdo Is imminent The Government and j men are nob expected back before morning as the distaiico is some litteen miles from Middlesbonmglr AN INirifMAN MOTIlKIt PA n is May inhuman bruto in tho guise oT a woman ono Josephine lloegeli has just been to penal servituflo for 1HV for tin murder of her eightyearold daughter Tho poor ohild appears to liave been victim oT illusage during tho en Lire term of its brief existence Crippled by lcjs and blows of its mother it was also many it required hour to iill the dock and when tlie caisson wits re moved to ad mil the passage of the monitor Puritan she was slowly pushed forward and tloated within The caisson was1 then replaced md tlie dock pumped the conclusion of the ceremonies therewas a luncheon The cost of tho dock to the Gov ernment was The Kentucky Scramble FUANKFOICT May contest for the late Senator Becks place promisesto be Tho Jisr of candidates now contain the names of John G Carlisle oxGovernor J B McCreary JudgeWilliam Lindsay liKlgo Willis lleovcs exCongrossman W T Stone Governor lieckncr and oxGovernor Proctor Knott The Tariff Debate Resumed in the Speeches of Gear and Blow to the Trust Sufjar Bounty HARRISONS CHANGE OF HEART NOW WIIXTNG smug bridg A telegram was received al the that Triviors comrade was murdered i Musy was killed with twelve men of his station on January iird Jfo had loft lilw post with many naMvo allies from the Ho laiubicw tribe to chastise the village of Sa louga for making slave raids upon villages that were on friendly relations with the French During the fight which followed arrival his alliesdeserted him i and ho and twelve men of hLs station were left alone SuiToimdodby the enemy In overpowering n nm hers Musy If up I the savages at bay un til his ammunition was completely exhausted and hu was then killed hy an assassin AU his men perished with him and their bodies were eaten hy Mie cannibals who overcame The station at Hangul was established by the French twentyfour days after tho lamentable death of Its commander WANTS TUB May the upper house of the Dlel Count Pfell of tie 10 mo moved that the Government take measures to remedy tho ovlli arising from the largo number of Jew ish pupils In the superior schools Ho de clared tho existing condition constltufcod a social danger ffoiT Von Gosslor Minister of Public In struction said li was Impossible to oxuludo lews from any educational establishment Sueli an al tempt would force Mio nation in to a position leading to disruption instead of union The motion was adopted The Kmporor received tho and vicepresidents of the Reichstag The Em peror referred to the importance of tlio now military demands of which he said were limited the urgent requirements The diplomatists boliovo that Caprlvl will soon resign tho Chancellorship ITo Is said to bo disgustod with tho details of tho work of the foreign Olllco and not in sym pathy with the ollicials undor him ST May trade with China has su ITo rod an enormous de crease Trade returns show a falling olT of roubles in exports and roubles In Imports In ISSJ as compared with aniuMincitig tlio arrival of Mm Hoar at ornMIc on her way to BrhrhiK Men to assist In of tho soal flshuries Shu will rtmaln at until at ditcrminu upon a policy In regard l the llshnHes 1 1 Is nxpnutud the inatlcr will he In a few days A Oil IN USB QUANhAltV TicJiunor In j o the Sonau resolution calling for Inrormu tlon relative to the evasion of tho law pro hibiting Immigration today scut to thi Stmato reports from agon Is tlui borders Agunt Whilehoad at Niagara cails a phaso of the subjuot whluli ho saysis likely to hocorne a aro found unlawfully within Jniicd smiig from CinadH and they do nol havo iwlng Uiat liavo paid the customs tav of iior head how nee to bu returned to tho country wheifui they come Tim Dominion customs roiiisi to admit snclt Into wilhdiit proper and our will Mien havn to betweon lfnij haclc or thorn on the ocuiiert Ing the ootin trios wheru to sulTcr ruiuih discomfort befdii Special Agciit HrooUs umlor dato of To if May 1 says he ban creditable Infor mal that during tho past year npwardsof IOO wcni nnlawfuliy sent into this country from Canada A MM XI CAN COMMCSSrON Itoprosontatlvo from tho Com mittee on Konilgu AlValrs today reported a resolution tlio Iresldont to open negotiations with JMoxlco for pro motion of commurclal and friendly rela tions and tho adjustment if boundariusj The rcquesti I ho Irosldcnt to In thj Ouviutiuionti of Mexico to nogottato for tho creation of an com inlsHloi which shall bu referred all ques tions nllvotlng mu tun 1 intercourse Tho re port tho points out the of Mexican cooperation with our otucials in ordur to prevent tho Chinese from entering tlio United States through Mexico tho klcjs and compelled lie abed where it was fre quently drenched with icewatur After tying its hand and Josephine actually attempted to crucify Mio child but was fi nally successful in an cllorl to strangle it Tho woman narrowly escaped lynching On hor trial she seemed indlirercut o her falo except that she expressed a wish that her punishment might be death rather than Imprisonment A DOCTORS GnrriAno May dispatch from tonight annouuiooc tho arrest of Or Meyorjtiid wife on Lho ro quest of tho Chicago authorities 11 i learned hero that Meyer is wanted for ex tensive Insurance swindles llo has bad sensational career Tn Chicago at out time he was accused of poisoning a patient Henry Goldman a welltodo cidizun Mio alleged object beingto secure money Coupled with this was a rumor that Meyer was playing the role of Lothario ti Goldmans wife Following the death of hot husband she married Meyer but they soon separated Tlie woman now under arrest with Aloyor is to be another wife a daughter of C C Drossul an aged gentile man whoso life it Is alleged has been in sured in the Gorrnahia Company of Chicago for Tho fraud consisted in pre senting a bogus Dripoil for examination Meyer was the examining physician of the Geriiianii Company and since the tinoarth iug of tho Drossoll it Is asserted a number of other cases of like nature havo come to light Tho Chicagopolice havo had ii long hunt for the Doctor TO SIGN A RADICAL MK AS IJ111S Tlie Republican Sonafcois Will Unite on a Satisfactory Bill Tlio Jones It ill for n Mas is TO TltOTKCT Tnit KhAO Oaldwoll Olslo today 1 n trod u cod a bill to provosit the desecration of the United States flag by printing on It advertisements milking such offense a misdemeanor by a line of and imprison njont for thirty days r both CASUALTY KKOOKD Man Kan Southern Floods OHEYKNNK May to Rosenblatt ro pi ting a San Franclsoo wine house tried to board a freight train leaving the Kawlln yard this morning llo slipped and was drawn until or tho caboose A whool passed over Ills left ami and thai mombor will bo amptt tatocl Slight bodily Injuries wore sus tained A VAST INLAND SKA SmtEVEPOKT May New with a relief ooinmltteo arrived last night from Black and Pooloy bayous They give n horrible description of tho condition of tho people in that portion of tlie parish The whole sec tion is dosortocl and is like a vast inland sea Houses are washed away families scattered and few escaped with the neces saries of Hundreds of people were rescued from their homes standing in several feet of water TUB PHKSTOX CALAMITY UTICA N May number of bodies found in tho ruins of tho poorhouse in Preston numbers thirteen The imnres slon is growing that the loss of lifo far ex ceeds tho first estimate In the building wore tunny very aged men and women some of whom had not left their beds for months It Is believed that a number of these per ished A TORNADOS WOIIK May tornado jiassed north of this city tonight wrecking a farm houses and doing much dam age to crops Tho family of Henry Young were all Injured more or less seriously His wife is not expected to live Further de tails are not obtainable tonight STEAIVCNO UUSSTAS AMMUNITION LONDON May sensation has boot caused in liussia by the discovery tha large and systematic thefts of Uombs ant shells from the magazines at Sobastopol arc going on Numerous employees have beet arrested MINTSTKli UKtO ntVES A A dispatch from Paris to the Ta says a bull was given by Minister Bold al tho American last evening which was the most brilliant event of the kinc held in tho Legation for twenty years Tip wards of one thousand guests were present Including many A OKLAGOA HAY A Oil fill ME NT LISBON May the Deputies tho Min ister of Justice announced that an agree ment was reached by which the Doagoa Uay quostlou would bo submitted to arbi tration W1K13S drove City hud n lire Tho Mow York Legislature adjourned yos tonhiy Tin Sou thorn Uapttst convention is being helil at Fort Worth The AUnntic Stiirch Works at Brooklyn woro A Crazy Mans JDcccl MAKEPPA May profound sen sation was caused in this neighborhood this morning by a triple tragedy Tho principal ai the affair was Constantino Sohaeflor a armor living in Chester It Is supposed that while laboring under a fit of temporary insanity he conceived the idea of ridding Himself and family of all further How he carried out his intention Is not ex actly known as tho particulars are meager but It is known that ho succeeded In killing his wife and child after which ho ended his own life A Now York Insurance Combine NKV YOKK May gigantic local fire insurance combination Is in process of for mation in this city There aro in tho me tropolis in the neighborhood of 140 fire in surance carrying on business Several times during tho last Ilftoeii years irosklonr Kodriguoz of Costn Kioa took the oath of oil I no yisierdiiy Sntiily loiios n micro inunloror was hangud yestorilay Hob Hill of Augusta anil William Davis of Columbus S colored wuro haiigcd ycs timhiy for murder A oouviMitiou to successor to Siun iiol Randall jnct in Lhiliifluiphia vostorchiv but juljourninl till sroiulay without action The Court of Appeals in tho case of TMllwortr Choatc the Now York World rn porter atlirnuH tho of tho court bolow siiitoiiuing hiu to iinprisonmont for coiilompt of court Ilack cast Ollvt Tjogivn is tho recipient of a clistinnuishef litiTsiry honor Slio has boon cloctod a inoinbor of uiHorporatml Sociity of Authors of which Lord TVnnysoii is prosidont and Besant tho sectotary TWO DESPKHAIJOKS SANTA FE May and Frank Cady the young desperadoes who have toiTorlxcd Southern New Jilexico For several mouths past and who hold up and relieved a freight man tit Lamy Junction last Wednesday wore arrested in the Sand la mountains yesterday They were brought here and will havo au examination tomor row A TRAGEDY AT OURAY DENVER May special to Mio Kcpnlilican This ifLornoon John M Win stead while intoxicated a restau rant kept by his wife and demandedmoney which she refused Win stead became very angry because lie could get no nonoy and pulled a largo revolver and shot his wife through theheart in tho presence of his twelveyearold son Tlio wretch then turned tlio weapon upon himself and sent a ball crashing through right brenst which not proving fatal wulkod out doors sut upon tho front step and sent another through his heart Both wlllbo burled to morrow at tho expense of the county as all their properfcyhacl been squandered by tho husband who was dissolute The dead woman has relatives iu Marshalltown Iowa and at ouo time lived at Hutchinson Kan The man was from Tennessee TUB NJJW YORK BANKERS TRIAL NKW YORK M ay trial of Peter T Clausscii oxpresUlont of the Sixth National Hank undor indictment charging him with embezzlement misappropriation ind mak ing false entries began before Judge Bene dict in tho United States Circuit Court to day The witnesses were Charles H Loland from whom Claussen bought a controlling interest in tho bank and who afterward pur chased stockback Cashier Andrew Col son of tho Sixth National Bank who told of transactions with brokers Peel Wallaok and Bank Examiner Hep burn Tho latter tojd how be discovered that socuritiesof tho bank were missing and tho subsequent recovery of a portion SALT LAJTK TrirnUiVR BUREAU 517 Fourteenth Street WASIMNCTON JJ May Tho result of tlio Republican caucus this morning is cheering to the silver men They express the greatest confidence tonight that tho will unite before Monday on a bill which will be satisfactoryto all The will bo the basis and the modifications will all be in the line of liber alization Senator Plumb in todays cati ons is said to have made tho strongest and most convincing argument in favor of free coinage which has yet been heard Several wavering Senators gavo their adhesion to the silver side and tlie caucus separated to meet on Monday when the bill will be per fected The rumors of President Harrisons Inten tion to veto any measure looking towards free coinage have boon so persistent that tho Critic tonight feels called upon to print the following Western Senators uncli members of tho House who have been in close consultation with the President since tho discussion of the silver question begin now to ox press the belief that the President will approvemost any measure on this subject that Congress wilt send to One of obsta cles in thoway of has boon the fear thataradical measure would bo vetoed As Senator Jones of Nevada said some time igo to pass a bill which the President would veto would bo worse than to enact no legislation at all But thefoar of the Presidential veto is diminishing The resident has not committed himself further inn to say that he approves rtho Win lorn bill but his evident anxiety to iavo some bill put through Congress has reatod the belief that he would accept oven in measure This belief isgiven is the motive of some of the Western Scna holding out against the early action r tho caucus Whether this comes by indirection from the White House remains to bo seen It is certain that for weeks past tho Treasury officials have been threatening a veto arid informing Congressmen that tlie Republican party had no right to place tlie Executive in such a position It is possible that the Presi dent may have experienced a change of heart Trra CAUCUS rnocEKDiNas WASHINGTON May meeting of the Republican Senatorial caucus was hold to day at which tbesilver question was again under consideration It is said tho only proposition discussed was1 one tomake the notes to be issued for the purcbaso of bullion a full legal tender tho bullion redemption clause having been abandoned Tho caucus was attended by about twothirds of the Republican Senators and while a majority were In favor of making the notes a full legal tender it was decided to postpone formal actiou un til there shall bo a full attendance The opinion was expressed tbat a satisfactory WASHINGTON May tho Senate a communication from the Treasury Depart ment with reports from special agents as to the evasion of tho laws against the en trance of Chinamen coming from Canada was referred to tho Committee on Immigra tion The Annual Pension Appropriation bill was taken up the question being On the amendment increasing the number of pen sion agents on a salary of from eigh teen to twenty Agreed nays party vote except that Payne voted ayo ami Allison ngalls riunib and Toller no Tho hill boon reported buck from the Counnillfo of the Whole to the Somite the ques tion on that amendment came up again for hear i n g said tliat in was humiliated by the thnt tho Committee on headed hy the distinguished Senator from luui just been ridden over rough shod by the majority There was no riiiison whatever for nn of tho two olli cers suggested hat Cockrell was innking i very great allair out of i small matter and ar gued for the i milrase saying tho ponsion of llew at was so crowded now by tlio iu creaso in pensioners that it was necessary He Sherman very seldom disputed with tlio Covn on Appropriations but when a new ques tion fame up Un committee ought not feel of that its work had been iinjuiriMl into Cockroll referred to the rumor that Ihoro was u warm and lively contest ovor tho Ohio pension agency that friend of an exPresident had been selected over the choice of another distin guished and that the Sonaior who was so grioviosjy disappointed was patiently awaiting of those two now Sherman said all this showed that Cockrell had been looking into small details about local af fairs which had no more connection with the amendment than the man in the moon Allison said he felt grieved that Uio majority had voted for an iiiuroiiso of tho agencies It showed that the majority had not examined tho question with Paddock said there were localities worse otf as regards lie for increased agencies than Ohio lie spoke on tho neeus of Nebraska Kan sas and other Western States and said that if there was any notion it should lie a readjustment and a consolidation of some of tlio smaller agen cies Gorman said in the interests of the soldiers Congress might bankrupt the Government and probably would for in 11 f teen years there would be more spent for pensions than it had cost to put down tlie rebellion Tn view of all this economy should be practiced in the administra tion of the pension ofllce Finally the discussion closed and Shermans amendment was agreed to 81 Payne voted with the Republicans and Allison Ingalls and Plumb with the Democrats Teller did not The bill was then passed and the military Academy bill taken up and passed Tho Army Appropriation bill was then taken Among the amendments acreed to was a paragraph appropriating for buildings at military posts for libraries gymnasiums and us Hale moved an amendment that no alcoholic liquors beer or wine be sold or supplied to en isted meii ir any army building Cockrell moved to amend the amendment by Strikingout beer and wine Xoquorum voted he Semite adjourned leaving littles and the coal mines around Stau itou u few yours ago leaving i is and na sake Young Nathan at once began a wild life of dissipation Me indulged in wine and race horses and nine months after coming imo possession of his fortunehe was working for otlior men in tlie mines his father formerly owned Ho was ono day badly crippled and consigned to the poor asylum A Now Coutljntor Bishop XKW YOHK A cablegram from iumuMO the says Tlso Prop is U irive i bisluip 10 the venerable Archbishop Kiiirick of St Louis I was vuKl the other day that the proKmgod VIMI of Hiilmp Kurkoof Cheyenne to Koine is not wiisout MUMO rofercnvvto liie proposal of naming him eoadjuior wiih tin1 right of io Archbishop rick and abolishing his newlyereeiod which is said not to have a Catholic commu nity suflioiont for a bishopric If so the diocese of Cheyenne will become an apos tolic vicarlate Widow McCrca Sued YORK May Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle suit against Mrs for SMii was begun hero today by the landlord where she resides while horo 31 is due he says on an expired lease Her counsel asked for a bill of particulars in tho case It was opposed on tho ground that Mrs McCrea simply wished to gain time to transfer her property hor brotherInlaw ING The fiory Spectacle Presented by Cardiff and Godfrey HARD HITTING OH BOTH SIDES Snllivau and MeAuliJVe Grace the York World Furnishes a iJasehuil The Day at the Race Tracks THE ROMANCE OF A PRIEST HE FALLS IX LOVE WITH HIS PKKTTY He Kononnoos tho Church of Komo coincs a ami Mysteriously Theories Advuucoil May San Francisco Chrnnicfo Louis Martin an oxKoman Catholic priest now Methodist minister is to be added 1o list of mysterious disappearances which have recently taken place Theories without number are advanced solve thu mystery Ultra Protestants men of the stamp of the oxpriest maintain that ho has either been abducted or that such influence has been brought to boar up on him as to make him leave iis homo wife and two charming babies and to Rome there to renounce his new faith and once more promise allegiance to the Holy CocUrells amciidinonts pending House WASHINGTON May called up the bill grunting a pension of H1200 n year to Delia T S Paruoll daughter of Admiral1 Charles Stewart with ui amendment reducing the pension to 50 a mouth After discussion the amendment was agreed to 35 to the bill was passed The House then went into Committee on tho Whole ontho TarilT bill Filch N spoke against the bill Gfiiir uneniberof the Committee on Ways and Moans suid the old proverb scratch a Rus sian and you will llnd i Tartar might be applied to the Democrats Jor iftho liiinsy pretenses Puthcr The reverend gentleman is thirty years of age lie was educated u tho Grand Seminary of Paris being ordained officiated for some years in a small village in Normandy Four years ago he crossed the Atlantic and became the parish priest of the village of St Martin in tho of Wisconsin There ho fell in lovo with Ills pretty housekeeper and put himself outside of tho pale of the priesthood and in curred the displeasure of the authorities by marrying her Ho then ro nounced his allegiance to that Church of Komo and came to this city with his young wife Ho was taken In hand by several ministers who took a lively interest In him Martin had traveled much was a splendid French conversationalist was well up in history and scorned to be just tho man fora life of active work in the cause of French Protestantism in Canada He was on very friendly terms j with the Rev Fa Chfniqui for whom i professed great admiration He enterei upon a violent crusade against Catholicism attracted large audiences and it is claimed made many converts to Protestantism 11 has not been seen since Monday Unti Monday he was always short of money when he seemed suddenly to have hac plenty Before leaving home lie gave wife and she says he hud some Sin or more in his pocket Where this money came from no one knows VALUABLE TOBACCO conclusion will be reached American Kail way Construction CHICAGO May next number of tho Railway Ago will sliow in au article on railway construction over 1100 miles added to the track mileage of the United States so far in 1800 Thoro have been in all new roads begun or incorporated sirieo the 1st of January last The paper predicts that tho construction of will exceed that of 1SS9 when 5000 miles wove built The Bible Abolished PROVIDKNCK R May school committee tonight decided to banish the Bible and devotional exorcises from tho city schools and restrict tho application of cor poral punishment to oasos In which tho pa rents consent Is obtained Coal Miners Strike ELMIRA N minors at Atrim struck lust night and with the 1000 men already out at Arnot and Morris Run make on a strike in tho somibiturni uous coal fields for Increased wages Another Railroad Cut KANSAS OITSV May Burlington posted it fourdollar passenger Lutortho Wabnsh named the same figure and this afteruon tlio Alton ind Missouri Pacific followed SETTLED THE KK N May Lynch on tho Rochester detective force and aman named Samuel Stoddard had a dispute over i lino board foneo yesterday This evening dispute culminrtccl in a bloody Lynch shot and killed Stoddard and hisi vife Lynch gave himself up and is now it police headquarters He pleads self lefonso A DEMOCRAT XNDICTETV BAtvriMOKK May Treasurer tliur was indicted by the grand jury to day for malfeasance in oflice THE BAY OF FUNDY YOUNG STORSS INSANITY ol He Is Ruined by tlie Gratitude Chicago Citizens NEW YOHJC May San Francisco Chronicle M Storrs the son of the late Emory Storrs thoi eminent Chicago lawyer has been ieiiioveclj to tho New York StateInsane Asylum Poughkeerfeie This is the climax to aseriosi of sensations which young Storrs has figured disagreeably for nearly two He jRrst became notorious as defendant in a divorco suit brought against liirn in this city i by his wife Aloen Storrs She charged him with almost every known offense recognized by the assault A Place the Atlantic Ocean Has a Spite Against The Funcly forms a culdesac at which tho Atlantic ocean seems to have taken a spite and at regular intervals pours in its waters viciously with Intent to do all Take for instance tlie harbor of St John In inosli parts of tbe world a tide of from six to ten feet is quite sufficient to satisfy all reasonable demands In St John harbor the tide rises twentyone feet on an ordinary day and occasionally varies the monotony by pushing the mark tip three or four feofc as the humor siexes it and I was never struck so much any thing in my life as this advance and receding of the waters I have described the narrow gorge through which the St John River is forced into the Bay of Fundy At low tide where the were scratched off the Democratic free trader would be found Jn 1SSS the people had rendered their verdict He favored protection for niy article that was produced in this If tlie United States could produce sugar iu sufficient quantities to supply tho domestic wants he would foster it by fair protection but he believed that was impossible He was convinced that tho United States must look to other countries for hor sugar He contended that the sugar schedule of the bill be a blow at lljc Sugar Trust McMillan inquired how it was that the Sugar Trust securities had such a phenomenal rise re cently Gear suggested that the pending bill guvo the rclinpfs n protection of only fourtenths of aceut while 1he Mills bill guve them one cent McAlillni replied that tlie pending bill gave them free raw material It was evident from tbe riiso in Sugar Trust securities that the trust was not to be hurt by this bill expressed his opposition to any trust or combine formed to enhance the price of the necessaries of life The time had come for the American Congress to end tho sugar com bine by passing the pending bill This bill gave the people cheap raw sugar and cheap refined sugar and destroyed root and branch the greatest pornbine known to the com bine which might te called the American devil has been devouring tho substance of the people for almost a century Crisp did not believe that to the manufacturer protection had been a beneficial svstem As to thelaborers in manufacturing establishments and as to the farmers throughout the hind he felt sure thattlui system had been injurious The system drove out competition It diminished tbe number of producers of a given article and increiised the ease and facilities with which they could combine to elevate the price The majority of the Ways and Mean Com mittee said Crisp continuing was pledged to the principle of protection and offered a sop to the farmer It said to the fanner tbat it put a duty on his products when the truth was that it do him no good The way to benefit the farmer was to give him free salt give him free cotton ties and reduce the price of the neces saries of life The gentlemenon the otlior side claimed that they were recording the verdict of the piople did not ngree that the tiiriir question was finally settled at polls It was generally believed thai the protected in dustries had put together a great campaign fund to vote Where the Finest Cigars Are Mostly Shipped The loaf of the Vuelta Abajo district is much more valuable than the leaf of tho Partido district and by experts and con noisseurs the former is without possibility of dispute conceded tho palm for flavor and aroma yet fully 70 per cent of the cigars imported into the United States arc made of Partido tobacco and the national taste is undoubtedly for it This is tho more curious as in buying cigars at retail it simply means that the bulk of our smokers pay the same for the second grade of Havana tooacco as they would if they bought the first grade the price of Partido cigars in Cuba being only a little more than half that charged for tho same sized cigar from the Vuelta factory The fine Vuelta cigars jiave a much larger sale in Europethan they have in the United States and some of tho special sizes sent to Russia command a price of S1000 per thou sand in Havana These if shipped to this country would retailat the fabulous price of for each cigar Among the curious points not generally known regarding the Vuelta leaf is the pe culiar fact that it is the only tobacco In the world so far as is known of which a cigar can be lit allowed to go out remain out for several hours and then with no per ceptible loss of fragrance or added of flavor It has been repeatedly assorted that this is the case with any fine nt j this is an error neither Partido Yara Manilla nor our common domestic leaf i can be lit a second time without suffering i decrease of quality and an crease of flavor which to say the leastof it is not pleasant The reason for this is to be found in the composition of the lent The Vuelta is a dryer dullerlooking leaf as May Dispatch Francisco Chronicle long lookedfor light to a finish that had IHIMI booked for Boston between dill of Minnesota and George Godfrey tho tlie colored champion of Hoston camo olr in the rooms of the Gladstone Club here last night Tho sporting element from Boston with John L Sullivan at its head woro at tho ringside The HHfast Ike Woir fresh from tho Pacific Coast was on hand Betting on the fight was 100 to 70 on the negro and this raised as the evening ad vanced When John L Sullivan was introduced tho plaudits of tho crowd were tremendous Sullivan was ushered into tho ring and said 1 thank you for this applause 1 havo nothing particular to say as T am in trouble at tho When I am through with my trouble 1 will make a match with any man in the Jack McAulilVe received an ovation and in response he camo into the ring and thanked tho audience Godfrey was hard and muscular while CarditV looked soft and fat as a seal Two Oil nci gloves were used The match was for winner to take all Godfrey an nounced his weight as 172 pounds while CardflVs second said he weighed 175 The fivst round opened with a few minutes of sparring Card ill opened on Godfreys jaw with his right and followed this up with a fullface blow that broke the negros noso and tho blood Mow from a crack on tho bridge The nogro claimed that Cardiff hugged and clicJccd him Lively slugging followed Cardiff continually in the third round and walked about the ring This lasted for a minute when Card ill swung and lauded on Godfreys neck Thou he planted one in tho oyo of tho nogro and the crowd yelled Godfrey wont to his corner bleeding badly from tho eyes and mouth Time and again tho Min nesota giant landed home and tlie negro i bloody sight Both men hit hard in the opening of tho sixth Cardift walked away and the negro followed him up closely and slugged him lerccly Card i 1V planted his right and left ionic on Godfreys face In the eighth Card ill opened on Godfreys icad and the negro went down Cardiff dis jlayed his agility following up his advan ago but the Boston man was on his knees A lively slashing of lefts and rights followed n which the negro nearly closed tho left eye f Card Cardiff camo up In the eleventh with his 3ft eye shut tight He rushed at Godfrey ut was badly punched Both men went to heir corners in a very dclapidated condi tion Tho negros left eye was closed Car din led in tho twcfth but Godfrey knocked him down Cardiff was up in a second God freys eyes cpencd a little while Cardiffs left closed tight In the fourteenth round both men fought cautiously Cardiffs face was fast swelling to an abnormal and the negro was look ing for an opening on the left eye A couplo of brutal smashes by Godfrey and the round closed The negros corner was aslaughter houso sight blood covering the Jlobr in pools Cardiff sent in several righthanders and ho appeared to have a good advantage His left check and eye were all closed In about a minute after the opening Godfrey rushed Cardiff to tho corner and sent his left into Cardiffs he rattled blow after blow on Cardiffs head Tlie giant dropped to the floor and rolled over and over towards Godfreys corner Many sports thought Cardiff On behalf of Ed Smith William Muldoon tonight challenged the winner of the God freyCardiff fight to light for a purse to take place in this city The challenge holds good whether Smith wins or loses in his fight with Peter Jackson WHERE WAS sruRpirr BROCKTON May hundred and fifty sports met n Murray Hotel tonight expecting to see a sixround glove contest between John friffin and Billy Murphy of Australia tho hampion featherweight of the made his appearance in the hall 3ut after three preliminary bouts he could lot be found much to the disappointment jf the audience It was stated that Murphy lad said be would not spar before such a mall crowd but old sports say that Murphy vas afraid Grifiin as the latter is in ex ellent condition and was intended to make lurphy hustle It was said this afternoon that Murphy rled to arrange with Grillin for six rounds f light sparring but Griffin would not hear o it The Races PARK N May ourths of a Service won Salis ury second Lssaquenna Filly third Time s of 13ird won Sequence second Pijscilla third Time Mile and onesix teen Marrow won Belinda second King Crab third Time Seveneighths of a Garter T i won second Black Thome third a rule and the Partido a orighter glossier ximc more elastic these qualities mak leaf and ing it more attractive to the eye and tro due to an increased proportion of gummy matter and Dispatch A OP THE GRIPPE This was the first time that I hud ever seen a river with the water flowing from its mouth toward its source and this occurs every day in the St John One good effect of this tide is tins that when it is half up or the river is level with the harbor and then tlie immense number of timber barges and other craft which have gathered in the river while waiting for the rise and fall areable to run nicelyand easily out They nonsupport cruelty etc Storrs retaliated j into the harbor St John be it understood with a in which lie accused his and her relatives with conspiring to put him out of tho way in order to get at his fortune Th is fortune consisted of an estate valued at him by his mother who died recently in Chicago When Emory Storrs died iio was absolutely penniless notwithstanding that he had for years had a practice yielded him not less than anually So careless1 was ic in financial matters that he ovou allowed the premium to lapse on a life insurance policy that In recogni ion of tho distinguished services that ho had rendered during his lifetime the oiti xens of Chicago subscribed a fund of to erect a monument to liis memory and to provide for his widow cost infche hands of trustees Storrs At her death jt rqvettetl sou From the heYcame into this is a great point for shipping At any day you can see a dozen of tho largest oceangOr ing vessels loading deals for different parts of the world This timber down the St John river I saw the tide come in around the head land at the Minas basra and It worth going to see The head of the is called a If you can imagine a straight wall ol watertight feet high curling over the upon you at the rate of ten miles per you will get ah idea of what a island whata turn of tiddm cans Because Ieaf Mutes Had It Didnt Gain Weight At the Copenhagen Royal Institute for the education of deaf mutes it has been the practice for the pastseven years to intimated tliat the PostmasterGeneral had con tribiitnd money He fPayne noticed that Meregularly weighthe children everyday in not sayanythingabout his Presidontisil Croups Some interesting results have been candidate and his Cabinet officers who stepped up to the captains ollice and settled in violation Obtained from this experiment and among other things it has been found childrens growth in weight occurs chiefly In autumn of the civil service law Applause and Of course that money was not to buy voles basin this wall of water tearing around the headland like an express train land the man who was down Quotha fiat sands the bay at this good chance vof never he got a good start he might escape but if drowned Payne then proceeded to argue in support of thu bill Wheeler spoke against the bill and tho committee rose and the House took a recess At the evening session the tariff debate was con tin tied Wise attacked the policy of protec tion Kerr opposed bounties Jn the matter of a bounty on was his opinion that the foreign producer would get fourfifths of the ad vantageof taking the duty oil of He was opposed to taxing oue American industry for the benefit of another Pithian voiced like views Morsel pro tasted against the long and short clause of the law and that the rem edy was to the letalone policy Goodnight opposed thebill Atkihsonrcgretted that the bill did not repeal the tobacco tax ond place a protective duty on Walker argued agninsi the bill Foreman bill and at tlie House 1 Ruined by Money May TREBUKE Williams who formerly owned all and the part of December there be ing hardly any in the rest of winter or i in March and April while after the latter month a diminution sets in until the close of summer Last year however therewas a striking exception Up to November 23rd the weights were similar tothose of previous years but in the four weeks following the date named each child wbichitsually gained on an aver age over 500 grammes gained nothing in the case of the girls andonly 200 grammes in the case of the boys There modification of food or otlier material conditions and the for the ference is found iii the fact that to wardthe end ofNovember the influenza appearedin Whilesix of the professors were there were no prpnounced among the pupils but itrls susposed thatgerms of the dlsejisehaviugcjiioredthe place tlie struggle with these fho part of the children ab sorbed force that tlie organs of nutrition failed to give In crease of Five and onehalf Reel won Bill Barnes second Golden Rod third Time 111 Fiveeighths of a William won Red Elm second Kosa third Time LEXINGTON May How ard won Martha Page second Uncle Kitt third Time Mile and a Letcher won Meadow Brook second To Jo third Time Mile and an won Roso mont second Outbound third Time won Hrandolette second Friendless third Time Ninesixteenths of a ma FJelcla won Laura Allen second Beula B third Time The Players Brotherhood PHILADELPHIA May Brooklyn Brotherhood team put up a great fielding game this and batted Bufflngtoiis delivery just hard enough to whi Attendance 1900 20 100 2 01 0 4 0 0 0 13 Brooklyn 9 Brooklyn 3 Philadelphia 4 fington and Cross Van Haltreu and Cook Um and A WOKLD CHOWI NEW YOKK May Brotherhood game there were paobably people on the V V Of were adiriittedon tickets issued by the World that pftppri having 5 4 bought Wiatprivilcce for and the game close and cxcituigv to New 00i 1 6 Gmabert and Swilt ney r
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