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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                First Part Pages 1 to 8 VOL 184 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY MAY PRICE FIVE PHI nwjo DU i bULLUmo BILL EmiowmontRokd Coterie Heard Toifcrow to THE MEASURE IS SURE TO BE PASSED Governor TJiormiH Secures Funds for UtihH Agricultural HJuiation Gonfjral Frej Surprise Silver inontw McCulta Nolew fAKK TltrrurNll HtWKAD Street WASHINGTON D May 10 1800 The Hah Test Oath bill bids fulr to cihe before the closes It Is on tlid Mnusf calendar bulwarkid by friends It will soon bu on the to calendar ready to be pushed to a vote will without prnidvonturc be it favorable Senator of the Senate on Territories was called run of th today but the Senator has j i today owing to inability called a rniCtJig of the lor Mon principal production arc us follows New York Pennsylvania OC 3 California W Ohio W Michigan 715 In CU Illinois 114 Missouri 82 Kan sas fCv The report of the progress of spring plow ing and planting Indicates an average state i of forwardness of farm work If is evident Unit tin depression in prices of corn and oats and their products has not aHectod the wages oi agricultural labor ADMISSION Information was received at the Treasury Department today that thirty Chinese laborers trying to enter tlie United States from Mexico near Nogales Ariz The special agent of the Treasury at that place was Instructed to call upon the Federal authorities to assist in keeping them out and to assist in the arrest of any who may have entered TIIK WKACllKll CUOI Thn crop bulletin that dur ing tlie past week the weather was generally j unfavorable for growing crops throughout j the central valleys the lake region and the middle Atlantic States owing to the unusu ally low temperature and frosts Rain is much needed In Minnesota Dakota and Ne braska ami Ilastcm Kansas while Is Western Kaiisus the most favorable crop conditions are reported fn California grain and of all kinds Improved in all pads of the State by weather Tlie on I look Is good are that Southern California will produce Its largest fruit crop In Oregon crops are reported as grow finely Wheat Is promising but mores rain would prove beneficial A Car Company Falls N May Iron Car THE KAiSEBS BOSY ENEMIES Tlioy Succeed in Nullifying His Pet Labor Measure THE TROUBLESOME EXCHANCELLOR Tho JEmperor Thinks He to KoepQnict But the Prince is Filled With the Idea of His Own Great day to consider the bill On tills occasion Wilson will expose his endowment robes supported by alne Senator KdmiMids said to TIIK TiiiittM correspondent thai tlie Cullorn bill was a proper and wisn one aijd In his Judg jiient should and would pass mnrids Is likely to take an active Interest in the measure when It comes before the Senate TUB HILVKI4 fUTUATfON There has been no change In the silver situation today except In the dirocMor of iricrnasod nonliderteo that tin Republican Senators will be on Monday to pre iind support with united frorfl a strong and liberal measure looking towards if It does not attain free coinage Senator Stewart said this afternoon to your Ciimisponden thai the skies worn for the silver men and that he did X hot fear for thy A singular feature of the sltiiatiin Is the letters coming from Knsterr bankets praying for free coinage ICIC Till IiOtlAN JOIjMKJK Thore has been a hitch respecting the ad vanco of to tin1 agricultural college al Utah to which Ib is entitled undo i1 tho general law granting annually to After Governor Thomas has finally stnilghtoned the out and today a warrant was ordered sent for to ho followed by another on July 1st for tho latter to cover tho expenses lucurivl prior to that data Hereafter tho Utah Agriculluriil Uollogo will rocoivo its prop nation regularly The Seuate Committee on Pnhllo Buildings today a favorable report on tho Ogden public building bill with an appropriation of FltKMONT AuHKKAlinY ASTOMSIIISn WASUINOTOPT John G IVemont WHS Lieutenant in Isls 1n CaUfornla his accounts with tho Sovtirririicmti weiO loft In such a state that lie has always been regarded us an olTIclal debtor to Oovornmeiij to tho amount of and It has been ono of tho ehlof vows if liremonts later yeais thai he was j unahlo sq are this balance against him Tho othci1 day Fremont called at I ho ollleo of the Second Comptroller of tho Trensnry and his financial circumstances lire such that if his ibuy as a retired MajorGeneral were retained to meet this alleged shortage he would bo for some Mine In actual want his request tho Comptroller Investlgnted the account and discovered Muit Instead of Fremont being a debtor tho Government had actually owed him for over forty years Tho records aro perfectly clear 11 nd It was proven beyond dispute that through a mistake In bookkeeping Lieuten ant Krerniuih had been charged with a voucher whkm was or lie When Fremont Oiilled again to ask whoUior some arrange o meet matured paper The liabilities at at SI or assets A hirgo number ol men will b thrown out of employment CONGRESSIONAL PROCEEDINGS TUK MA It MS A itKCORD a KollHtto DolefulH tho nielthiloy Bill WlUlo Joud Oro Tux WASHiNOTOiV May the Senate tho louse amendment to Senate bill to In crease limit of cost of public build ing at Sacramento California was con curred In Tlui Army Appropriation bill was then up Halos amendment provldln that no alcoholic liquors beer or wine bo sold and supplied men In any can teen or bul Idining a garrison or at a mili tary post was agreed DO nays J striking out tho words beer or was defeated The bill was then passed The calendar was then taken up and the following bills among passed The Senatebill appropriating for two wagon roads through the Korl Oanby mili tary reservation in the of Washington tho Senate bill appropriating for a steam launch for tho callection district of Sound The Honato then took up tho Individual Pension bills on the calontUiiand passed all of them In an hour and a hulf After executive session adjouruod JIOUHG WASHINGTON May might be nuido to pay his supposed Indebtedness by Installments he was so un prepared for tho glad news awaiting him that ho Yesterday a warrant for the amount due him was niudo out duly and V Is learned later that tho amount In volved U lilDO and thut Congress will be asked to pay It INSIKCTOHS frOH rOSTOWlOfl APPLICANTS Tho PostmasUnGnneral has made an answer to tho resolution adopted by the llousu Inquiring what postolllce inspectors or special agents had been employed in in Ilisllgiitci tho standing and claims of for appointment us posLnuistors ilo says I know of no instunco In spectors under this administration have to merely ascertain whether or not the applicant was a Republican Pemoorat or u member of any oilier party unless it was where the charge of deception had heiMi nuido In socking Tho adds The pnitMco of occasional sending Inspector K report upois applicants is not now and has been followed by all Postmaster Generals fur years TIIK rttoiuivrriois HIM Tho bill to prohibit tho transportation of Intoxicating liquors from any State or Ter ritory of the Unitfd States into State icre prohibition laws are in force will be culled up In tho Ilouso at tho first oppor tunity OONFrUMATlONS Koglster ot Lund A Swlggott Helena iMont of Public M Bour quir Helena T H Shannon San FraneLsco J AV Oreori Los Angeles A Bishop O Cole Sacramento H Dodson KedBlutls TItab I A Bon ton Salt Lake City TIIK MCAFVLA Lieutenants Gnrst and Slaytor arrived hero today with the record of the proceed ings and findings of thocourtmartlal case of Comnmudor MoCalla An impres sion prevails among naval otttccrs that the court sentenced McOjilia to suspension from duty and to bo reprimanded by tho Depart ment TIIK MONTHLY CHOP TUErORT The ofllcial report of tho condition of grain on May 1st makes a reduction of one point in wheat the average being Tlie rye average is maintained being 0X5 barley The areas In which the roots wore not severely frozen have improved during the past month Jn others the injury Is shown to be greater than the appearances indi cated The heaviest decline in condition appears in Indiana and Illinois A part of Qhlo Is Improved while the larger part de clined causing a Calling of live points for tho State There Is a partial recovery from the voryloWiponditiori of April on the Pa fllfic an Improvement in Kansas Michigan Kentucky and Tennessee and in Tho average Condition for theStates of House wont hi to Committee of the AVholo on the Tariff bill Mr Lanliatn N In a speech geii erally critical of the measure urged tho Im portance of reciprocity with Ho es pecially the feature of the bill which plaeo a duty on silver lead ore de claring that it would destroy smelting Industry of Texas and neigh boring States and would Invite retaliatory legislation on the purl of Mexico MeAdoo N opposed bill and in tho course of his fetnarlcs saroastiually taunted the party with failure in its ante election promises La Foilettu a comparison be tween tho Mills bill and the pending nieas ure The Republican bill favored protec tion to American agriculture manufactur ers and labor the Democratic bili opposed that measure the Icupuhllcan bill proposed hold the inarkoi fov Americans bill proposed to invite all other countries to take this market from ous peoplo whonvoL it was in their to do so The issue was made and he as a Uepubliciin welcomed it Tho Koptib Hcsui policy would strengthen the alien labor law Tho Democratic policy would nullify that law because It was cheaper to Import the product of cheap labor thuu it was to import tho cheap labor itself Ilo then entered into a detailed explana tion and defense of the various schedules of the bill In conclusion he said What does the Democratic system olTerV The gentlemen from Texas Mills has us I listened to his gleeful description of the worlds market our farmers would find If the blind ers of protection were removed from their eyes ilo iloscantJd in eiiMuisiustic and robust speech government soup hoiisos In tho old world established to feed the hordes of hungry and mounted to his supreme cllmux with the declaration that men were slaving for bread 1 waited breathlessly for more but in vain In Hods name is this i the market yon ask tho American farmers to soil their wheat in Are they to trundle their grain from the Dakotas to tho Old World and wait for aristocratic patron of tho soupliouse and other subjects starving for broad to bid against each other and fix the price Springer opposed the bill lie de nounced tho granting of bounties on sugar and raw silk and Uion in a facetious man ner proceeded to point out tho benefits which would inuro to the farmers of Illinois from tho provisions of the law Cabbages were now taxed 10 per cent ad valnroH It was proposed to tax them i cents a head According to agricultural reports no cabbages wcro imported at 10 per cent How many would bo imported at au equiva lent of M per eon I Laughter J After ridiculing imposition of duty on eggs as a measure of protection to protect Hayes who had gone Into the chicken busi ness he reviewed the free list and declared that the American hog was discriminated against In that bristles were placed on tho froo list while a high duty was placed upon wool Wus it for tho beifotlt of the Illinois farmer that Ins sleek fat hogs were placed on an equality with the of Mex ico I The Democratic party was ready to meet the issue In the bill and he predicted that the House in the Fiftysecond Congress would have a Democratic majority of Jifty In 1890 there would bo a Democratic Con gress pledged to tho repeal of this bill if it should become a law Dlngloy supported the bill and Barnes Andrews Cumwings N and opposed it The committee then rose and took a recess until At the evening session of the House the tariff debate was continued Walker Grosvenor Hayes Bliss Wudo aud Henderson fa vored tho MeKinloy bill while Chapman McRae and Mansur criticised the May York Associated Keiehstags begin ning of active labor will bo on Monday It has six weeks of work before prorogiielng which has been fixed for June Not much will be heard of the measuresfor the benefit of the workmen before adjournment Since the Labor Protection bill was issued Wednesday a scrutiny reveals a number of riders to the main proposals tending to nullify best provisions of the measure by giving the employers means of escaping them Thus under special circumstances employerscan be to break tho rule limiting the work ol children under JIJ years to six hours and of youths under Jf to ten hours The bill mentions spinning fac tories and similar occupations where excep tions may be granted Another clause transfers direct responsibility for a breach of the laws from the employers to tho man agers or foremen thus opening a way for evasions and making men of answer able instead of the principals Tho proposals relating to broach of con tracts arc held by tho Krolslnnigo party and the Socialists to bo disguised attacks upon the right to farther pow ers For tho suppression of strikes The op position gathers force the Socialists declar ing that the supposed now era of labor re forms differs little from tho Bismaroklan era and that tho will be a deception un less much modified This spirit of opposition promises a series of irritating before tlie House can dispose of the Labor bill Another labor conference having Jnlliiences Jn molding the inal form of the bills will be held here Tho Emperor intends to summon delegates from every trade in Germany to discuss the trades questions and proposes to establish a special permanent operatives council under the presidency ofMinister Coinmoyo The members of the council will be elected for delegates to the conference Tho project is obviously in the same lino as tho labor schemes aiming to give imperial control of the worlvingmen with a purchase power over tho salaried leaders Socialists like Vollmar Llebkneclit and Bebel who are Impregnable to money considerations will resent tho Emperors offers The White Book of Easf Africa was issued today It gives a dispatch from Major WIssman stating thiitEmln Pasha strongly desired to place his experience at the dis posal of tho German service and bogged that his offer might bo placed before the Emperor and Bismarck replied Emins olVcr is wel Wissnmn thereupon arranged tho existing engagement with Emin who from his first contact with Wlssrnan had boon eager to escape from English influence The whole book describes tho progress of tho German power until tho capture of Kilwa Bismarck during tho week has received several communications from tho Emperor couched in friendly terms but practically suggesting that his retirement from office hould Involve political inactivity Barons lluchter and Peschonger stayed two days at Friedrlehsruhe and left impressed with tho ionvicMon that the oxChancellor considered ilmsclf tho most potent influence in the Em iro believing that tho Emperor ere long vouId bo obliged to recall him to extricate Jie Empire from tho dillieultios ho will have ilungod it Into He freely expressed Ills because tho Emperor in his pooch from the throne omitted reference to i is dismissal Tho is gaining notor oty through Its publication of scandals in regard to Bismarck It declares that medical specialists know that he is ing from alcoholism and not from the morphine habit Bismarcks friends do riot heed these and oven his enemies aro disgusted by them At Hamburg masons and carpenters are on a strike and at StottenSOOO masons and carpenters are out At Cologne tho brewers workmen quit work Tho shoe makers demand a minimum of twelve marks weekly and a working day of eleven hours At Lclpslc tho employers have formed a permanent union to light strikers Tho Berlin iron masters and metallurgists have signed an agreement by which they bind themselves not to employ strikers in order to obtain Jiis full papers swore that he came to this country when he was under S years and had resided five years in the United States and one in Pennsyl when as a matter of he was over 21 when he landed and had not re sided here the required length of time The court granted the rule and the ease will be argued on the Great interest is manifested owing to tho prominence of Martin who has been a leading Democratic politician here for many years A LANDLORDS CHJ2AP FUN He Pays One Cent for Rapping a Counts Shins May Francisco Chronicle one for Count cent without costs Tha is tho of the damage lie was awarded today from Professor C B Fryc hiSCrippled landlord The Count and the Professor quar reled over a board bill and Count averred that the Professor cracked his aristocratic shins with a crutch A suit for assault was brought before Judge ParmentCivwho used up four hours trying to there was any issue between the parties and after listening to a lot of testimony he decided that if Landlord Frye had rapped without excuse the of then the alleged sprig of Jiussian nobility had suffered an in dignity an the bands or rather the crutch of tho Professor and he ordered the damage to be placed at one cent PUGILISM AND BASEBALL A Lightweight Fight Ends In a Drunken Carousal KNIVES AND PISTOLS FOR THE REFEREE Standing of the Baseball Clubs Boston Philadelphia and the Athletics Still Games and the Sporting News Banker Morgans Will LONDON May will of tho late Junins Spencer Morgan the American banker has been admitted to probate Tho valno of the estate is Handsome legacies and bequests arc left to Morgans partners employees and servants and the remainder is divided between the members of his family the only charitable bequest being some to the Hartford Hospital A SILVER COMBINE NJflW STORK SPKC0JLATORS LOWER THE WHITE METAL The Government a Heavy Bayer In Imports for tho Silver Crisis iu Mexico NKW YORK exports of specie last week amounted to all gold The imports wore of which was gold and silver This Is tho first week in many years that no silver was ex ported This exception is undoubtedly due to tho anticipated silver legislation Tho abnormal imports of silver wcro duo to tlio same cause A special from Washington state ment has been made during tho lasl two or throe days that a corner in silver has been New York The uncer tainty regarding stiver the manipulation greatly TheGovernment Is now compelled to bring silver fnqni Eng land Tho amount hold by the New Yorkers is estimated by some at in1 bull Ion and certificates but conservative accounts place the total bullion While those figures wouldcover tho buUjon they may be increased several millions by silver certificates It is afact that the Las boon compelled tobuy silver and to complete the deal thepeople1 have been keeping even with the Government in purchases abroad They have most covered the market in London It is also a fact that silver ollored the Government at the assay ortlce in New York has been at a premium two or throe Director ot tho Mint Loach this morning did not deny tho rumors of a corner but said that no silver had been offered tho Gov ernment at New York that it had bought bullion in London and was storing it in the assay oflico in New York It was also stor ing what silver it had in the West and issu ing certificates A SnWER CRISIS IN Oixy Off MEXICO May is still rising and a prominent banker today said if the advance continues it will produce a crisis here Dispatch Francisco Chronicle crowd of roughsleft Cincinnati about mldnightlast night in wagons and rode to the village of Groesbeck about nine miles from this city Tho crowd consisted of the friends of two local lightweights George Duffy and Tom my Burke who were to engage in a prize fight Upon reachingGroesbeek the saloons wore thrown open and tho entire party soou became very drunk and virtually took pos session of tlie town These drunken brawlers then went to tho house of a resident of Groesbeck and de manded the use of his barn Permission being refused the doors were forced and a ring formed and even the owner was denied admittance In the prizelight which now took place the crowd interfered in all but ono round and as the feeling seemed to bo mainly in favor of JJurke Dullys friends slipped him away fearing that he might be dangerously hurt After Puffy had gone Burkos friends de manded of tho referee that he give the light to Burke Tho referee refused to do this and was pursued by the d run ken crew armed witli knives and pistols Wiser counsel however prevailed aud a riot was pro vented A HACQUET CONTEST LONDON May tho American champion racquet player today defeated Latham here Curtis defeated Fisko Warren SPAVINS CONTEMPT FOR MATJMFFE LONDON May an interview today Slavin proposal to challenge him and asked why ho should fight a badlybeaten man who was not worthy to meet him especially as there was no money to bo made Ho said he was waiting for a reply to his challenge to Sullivan and was also willing to meet Jackson and Corbett Slavin thinks Sullivan Is broken down and will never meet either himself or Jackson in the ring Some London sports have offered to put up a purse of flOOO for tho winner should Slavin and Corbett como together letters from the shining lights of tho League Brotherhood and Association The American Association Columbus 6 Louisville Athletic 7 j Brooklyn 5 OAMES IOSTPONED CHICAGO May 10 The National gamo at Chicago Brotherhood games at Cleveland and Chicago and American at Rochester and Toledo were postponed on account of tho rain The Races PARK N May mile Umpire Kelly won Claudino secoud Relay Colt third Time Mile and an Taragon won Fristar second third Time Six and onehalf won Monsola second lieecho Time Elevensixteenths of a won La Grippe second Extra Dry third Time Seveneighths of a won Prodigal second Martin Russell third ENGLANDS MISERLY QUEEN Her Majestys Artist Loses Time and Money SUCCESS OF THE LAST DRAWINGROOM Tho Kaiser Threatens Bismarck With Punishment if lie Keveals State Secrets The Reckless Bravery of the Foreijru Items Kins third Paris won Lotion second Larch mont third Time AT LKXINrtTOX May and fifty yards won Brook ful second Silver Time Brynos won Liedorkranz sec ond Headquarters third Time won Pearl Set second Dol likens third Time won Ohinmuslo second Lear H third Time 1 f4 Fiveeighths of a won Green Leaf second Laura Agnes third Time AN AMWniCAN MARE AT VIENNA VIENNA marc Blue Roll won the grand of GOO llorins Sho made a mile without a break in MURDERED HER LOVER TRAGIC TERMINATION OF A DOWN EAST ROMANCE Tho Clover Rnso of Defaulter Itemmlor Point Dis covery in Kansas City STANDING OF THE CLUBS the Record of Each Club at Glose of the Third Week The following tables compiled by THE allow the standing of each club in the throe leading baseball organizations at the close of Fridays garaes PLAYERSBHOTHEiinoou NATIONAL LEAGUE p d 0 n 2 Cy 13 15 12 15 12 12 13 cent Boston Chicago Brooklyn BiiffjUo Pittsbnrg Cleveland Now York 13 M 11 M 13 13 9 7 5 0 5 r 692 500 151 428 418 384 Chicago Boston Brooklyn Cleveland Pittsbtirg Now York 9 T 7 fi 5 5 600 583 410 410 377 357 THE PRIEST DOING PEMCE REV MARTIN KISTURNS TO OF ROME THE Ho Deserts His Wife and Babies nndlm plores the Holy Father to Receive Back His Prodigal Sou THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION CLUBS KIDNAPED A FBESHMAN Ann Arbor University Has a Genuine Abduction Case ANN ARBOR May Francisco Chronicle Tho University has had a genuine case of abduction at last Tho latent class spirit that during tho last year has been smol dering in tho classes of 92 and 03 has at last broken out and transformed itself into an act that promises to cause a stir such as is seldom witnessed in tho usually quiet University of Michigan Before was entirely put down it was the custom of the sophomore class to kidnap tlie toastmaster of the freshman banquet and thus not only mar the smooth ness of tho great underclassman event but also cast a decidedly marked slur on the class During late years however nothing of tho kind has happened Evans tho of the freshman class failed to put in an appear ance at the supner last night A search resulted in ascertaining that Evans was en ticed from his house yesterday afternoon by five young bound him and after placing him in u hack entered themselves and wero driven at full speed toward tho Saline turnpike Tho news spread among Evanss felRw classmen and his rescue was immedi ately undertaken One party of freshmen with a Marshal traced the kidnapers to Moorville sixteen miles from Ann Arbor They surrounded the hotel and demanded the surrender of Evans After some par leying Evans was released and the party returned to Ann Arbor early tills morning Tho sophomores had put Evans in bed and hid his clothing The freshmen are now protecting their DEMOCRATIC ALIEN MONTREAL May Dispatch San Francisoo Chronicle Martin has assumed the role of the prodigal son JIo has renounced Protestantism and returned to his first love and without a word of farewell far less a caress he has deserted his youns wife and little ones The mys tery of his disappearance is thus explained by tin official statement of the VicarGeneral on behalf of Archbisop Fahre In which he says For several months Mr Martin regret ting what lie believed to be the greatest error of his life was thinking of reentering tho church which he had abandoned in an hour of weakness He applied to Monsijjn eur the Cardinal Archbishopof Quebec in tho month of April last other things I return to tho fold of the best f ai fch in the world 1 apply to yon as the prodi gal son did to his father T venture to hope that your Eminence will treat mo as the father of tho prodigal son treated his re penting Rev Mr Martin was naturally placed in communication with Monsigneur the Arch bishop of Montreal and persevering always in his resolution to reenter the pale of the church he announced that ho would finally leave Montreal forever on Saturday to go and shut himself up in a place of pen ance far from this country Still gretted having to leave his wife and chil dren Before leaving he begged the Arch bishop to find a home for his children He himself asked that some religiouses bo sent to his wifo and announce to her his depart xire and tell her that if she was willing she arid her children would bo looked Mrs Martin wasfound in her humble dwelling on Sanguinnette street this even ing and when told the news she burst into tears while tho two pretty fairheaded girls playacl at her feet She could not believe that her husband for whom she had made so ma he who had renounced church and f riendsi for her who had fled with her to their new some and had proved his devotion and loy alty to her by marriage conJd have so cruelly deserted her and her two children Sho would never hand them over to nuns she said but would workfor themif she had to become a Mrs Martin is of delicate frame and quite incapable of do ing any hard will probably be care of by the Methodists 13 16 10 15 11 14 15 13 002 087 502 533 500 428 333 153 Highest Boston League Philadelphia Association Ath letics Lowest New York League New York Association Brooklyn The Players Brotherhood NEW YORK May Giants beat the Boston Brotherhood club this afternoon throughgsnpcrior playing Attendance 2800 0000010 York S Boston 10 York 0 Vaughn Kilroy aud Kelly Umpires and Burucs The Altons Slash CHICAQO May failure to form a trttffic agreement was followed today by open hostilities the Alton cutting passen ger rates to Kansas City on the pica that Its competitors hud boon doing tho paying commissions does not intend to stop rates but wU aull down tho freight rates if necessary to force Some of the linoshope ybt to Wisconsin Central into lino and thus avert trouble A Pennsylvania Politician Who Was Fraudulently Naturalized May Dis Francisco Chronicte John 0 F Jenkins filed a petition here to day the like of which has never before come under the cognizancp of the Uzerne county petition prays that the court granta ruletb show caAise why the naturalization papers AlfredMartin Gurges of Plyraoutly bioi annulled for the reason through and fraud Jenkins allegesVdh lilsafiidaYit that Martin Prohibition and the Church Si Louis May tho McthodisfConferenoe today Judge East of Tennessee introduced a resolution condemn ing the traffic inand use of holding that legaiiproUbitknr is a duty of the Goyernriient V Dri WJutehead of yjry gitiia opposed it ho riglit lie the and constitution ofthe Oh tirch to talre ivhy cpsi tion in civil laws While ani its in myi belie in many 1 doiiotbe May heavy bat ting of the homo team enabled them to de feat the Brooklyn Brotherhood club this afternoon Attendance 3700 0320000 512 000004007 15 Brooklyn 7 Errors Philadelphia 3 Brooklyn 6 and Mimgan Murphy arid Kinslow Ferguson uiiullolbert The National League CINCINNATI May hun dred people attended the League game this afternoon The home team won by their superior allaround work 0 1 0 3 5 0 1 7 Cincinnati 2 PiUsburg 2 anclHarrinston Baker Wilsoiiand Berger Um pire AT NEWYORK May New York League clubs inability to bat Gctzeiu this afternoon was the cause of their defeat Attendance 1000 New 0 00 0 2 0 00 0 1 03 York 21 Boston 4 York SBoston 2 and Murphy Getzoin and ITardie mottaud Power AT PHITjADELPHIA PHILADELPHIA May thirty foui hundred saw the Brooklyn League defeat Philadelphia this after nopu The geherai allaround play of Burns was the feature of the game 21 0 0 1 200010 06 6 Brooklyn Errors Philadelphia 2 1 lievo a churchy wp V After a lengthy debate referred to the ery and Clements Hughes and Daly Lynch v THE LEAGUE TVTLL TIGHT TO A PTNISIT CHICAGO May the Ghicago League bail home York this says posi tively there was no meeting of LeagueinjNew York He denies that there will be any changes andsays the schedule will be playedi The League is in the fight arid be of clubs as has been rumored v Messrs John and Friink Connelly otthe Chicago issued a riniverr sat guide containingvniiich of interest tio all as the base ballpublio generally One feature is special Crime BANGoa May Dia Francisco Chronicle Ida Mason who shot Perry Rich at Winters port last evening has disappearedj leaving no trace of her movements beyond the fact that she drove away from house in tho direction of Brooks There she could taken a train for Boston Thoro is much indignation over tho fact that no effort was made to arrest her In many respects the affair is the strangest on record A frenzied woman put two bnllots into her lovers head wouudfng him fatally and committed the deed in tho presence of two witnesses yet was permitted to leave town unmolested Ida Masons beauty was known all over tho country and Perry Rich was envied by more than ono young man who had wooed her unsuccessfully Ho was her acknowl edged lover after ho bad succeeded in separating her from her husband There were rumors of unduo intimacy before the divorce was granted When a Jegal separa tion was obtained she besought him to make her his wife Ho had promised but ho put her off with ono excuse and another till her jealousy was aroused She imagined that he was trying to get rid of her and charged him with being untrue to her A GHASTLY DISCOVERT KANSAS CITV May ghastly crime was discovered at tho Union Station this morning In apine box two feet long was found the horribly muti lated body of a woman Most of tho flesh hud been cut from the bones and tho face was mutilated beyond recognition Tho body was packed in charcoal Life could not have been extinct more than twenty four hours The box was checked through from St Louis last night Investigation later showed that the lady had doubtless been a medical students sub ject A HEAVY DEFALCATION ALBANY N May defalcation in tho City National Bank of nearly was traced to George P Whitney the book keeper who managed it through the over draft system in collusion with a prominent Albany firm An effort will bo made among to settle the affair A THIEFS RECEPTION PHILADELPHIA May Sturgis Crawford charged with having in 18SS while a messenger for the American Ex change National Bank of New York stolen which was given him to be conveyed to the Adams Express office in that city was arrested tonight on his arrival at this port on a steamship from Honduras POPES CLEVER RUSE DTTLUTH May report that W H Pope the Louisville defaulting bank teller was arrested by detectives near here is incorrect It is believed that Pope has been around here but the officers could not get their hands on him Tliere is a be lief that tho supposed detective who chartered a special train to overtake Pope at Twin Harbors was Pope himself in which case he is now safe in Canada SEVENTY SIX THIEVES DANTZIC May hundred and twenty persons were arrested on a charge of plundering vessels stranded near Hela a town on the Baltic nineteen miles northeast of Dantzio The trial ended today and resulted in the conviction of seventysix of tho who were each sentenced to one weeks imprisonment A KEMMLER XOIXT AUGUED AUBURN N May habeas c pus writ in the case Kemniler issued by Judge Corbett of Buffalo came up today before Judge Underwood The point raised was whether the Court of Oycr and Term iner of Erie county had jurisdiction to pro nounce the sentence imposed Botirke Cockran and others argued for Kernrnler and AttorneyGeneral Tabor for Warden Dur Nude Models Prohibited NEW YORK May Francisco Chronicle Tlie board of control of the Arc League refused by a tie vote tonight to revoke its former action prohibiting the posing of nude models before classes of the Art Students League containing pupils of both sexes There has been agooddealof discussion over the question since ths sculptor Gaudens introduction of the nude in class andit is not be lieved that tonights action will matter SPARKS FROM THE WIRE8 Rev Father Kecgan ViceGeneral of Brooklyn died are at work a solid silver cup to be presented to Blnirio bj delegates to the PanAmerican Conference on the 17th of 7 Justice W A Barnes who held the office of As sociate Justice of the Ter ritory of Dakota for eightyears died of heartdisease aged 73 T The attemptto organize a Pas of ratesv ffillenT through owing to refusal of WisconsiriCentral and other roads to join The batch oif by foreign syndi cate has and the stockwill soon be market amount i involved V the burchaso aggregates LONDON May Francisco of the niggardliness of her Majesty the Queen is furnished in her dealings witli tho painter Lockhart who has just finished a picture executed to hor Majestys order represent ing a scone in Westminister Abbey on tho occasion of tho Queens jubilee Tlie picture contains 3S7 portraits and represents three years of labor The com pletion of the work involved several months of travel on Continent in order to obtain likenesses and also compelled the artist to hire a town house in which to obtain sit tings from members of the royal family and other personiiges whose portraits could not be otherwise procured The total expense to Loekhart has been many thousands of pounds to say of his compulsory re jection of other work while engaged on this commission yet the Queen has ordered pay ment to him of tho paltry sum of in full settlement of all obligations For tho sake of appearances if from no higher mo tive it is probable that some interested per son will see to it thai tho painter be not left to mourn the loss of a largo sum of money through his efforts to gratify tho vanity of the old lady THE QTTERNS DRAWING ROOM A heavy cold rain spoiled the Queens drawingroom today from an outdoor point of view As regard numbers the drawing room was a great success there being over 800 presentations and there was a superb display of natural Mowers One fashionable Jlorist near Cavendish Square mjide up more than a hundred bouquets at an average cost of live guineas each Two of the most beau tiful of these wero undeniably the bouquet of two shades of pink roses carried by tho tall and lovely Duchess of Portland and an other of pale pink and purple orchids in tho hands of Mrs Ernest Hookctl of Kirkstall formerly Mrs Lee of Now York The eagerness displayed by Americans for presentations was phenomenal for this time of the year A nnmberof United Slates citi zens applied to the Lord Chamberlain direct a shocking breach of etiquette and wore re ferred to tho Legation who found it neces sary to issue a special circular for their in Folks unused to court aspira tions sitill on your sido of the Atlantic note that only United States oltitfens who would bo received at court if they were British subjects can have the felicity of bowing to Queen Victoria Tho cost in dress alone is from S500 to each and the presentation must bo made througt the Legation A male citizen visiting land with his wife cant bo presented alone at a drawingroom but he may bo presented at a second rate affair known as the Mrs Minister in mourning did not attend the the Min ister himself Doing in fact far away from London Henry White as Charge dAffairs and his wife acted for themf and did their work as though to tho manor born Mrs White wore a remarkable dress made np of old gold clath embroidered with ilowers of different colors and a train of heliotrope velvet lined with green satin Tlie dress has a history It was worn by one of tho ladies of the French court at the marriage of the Dauphin afterward Louis to Mario Antoinette in 1770 since which it has been in tho hands of tho original wearers family until a week or two ago Following is a complete list of Americans presented today Mrs C K Garrison Miss Randall of New York Miss Davis daughter of Major Alex Davis ot New York Miss Edith King Mr Gordon King M P Grace brother of the exMayor and Mrs Grace Miss Lily Schlesinger formerly of New York granddaughter of M do Pour Argassizs friend Mrs Mackeric formerly Mrs Virginia Brooks of New York A A Hayes and Mrs Hayes Mr J T Pultz Mrs Pultz and Miss of New York THE KAISER THREATENS BISMAROK The announcement that Prince Bismarck is about to make public the complete story of his dismissal from tho Chancellorship together with the events which led up to it has greatly enraged the Emperor In order to prevent any snch outburst on the part ot the exChancellor the Emperor has sent a person all otter reminding the Prince that he is liable to severe punishment under an amendment to the penal code of his own making if he makes public or causes to be published any knowledge regarding state matters gained by him during his official life The Times publishes a dispatch saying that Prince Bismarck has received M Despoux a French journalist had a long conversation The dispatch adds that it is probable that M Despoux will write a sensational account of Prince marcks dismissal from the Chancellorship BRAVERY OF TJIE DAHOMXANS PARIS May present war has given new ideas respecting and ferocity of the soldiers of Dohomey A French officer writing from Kotonon says that there are men in the army there who have had fifteen years experience with the fanatical Mohammedan fighters but they never saw anything equal tothe reckless fearlessness of the Dabomian Dghters In the battle of March 4th when warrious rushed forth with their flintlocks upon the earthworks ot tlie French they were shot down on top of the fortification and after the battle ninetyseven bodies in eluding those of five arnaxons or female warriors were found on the parapet only thought of the assailants was to slay the foreignenemy and theyutterly forgot fear and precaution in their eagerness tc kill The French say that if the weapons ol the Dahomey fighters were not ferior tothose of the French would have utterly annihilated thecompara tively small army opposed to BNGOASn AT TUB WORLDS FAIR LONDON May During the session of the House of Com mons today Jesse Colliiigs Liberal Union ist asked xrhether the Government would take steps to encourage British manufao turers to send an exhibit Fair at Chicago if the McKinley bill should be come a law In view of tlie fact that the bill practically prohibits the importation of 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