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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                CIRCULATION EXCEEDING TICAT OP1 Ic tho City Combined THE MOST EXTENSIVE In the Mountain 186 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY MAY 13 1890 PEJCE FIVE CE1STTS UTAHS STEADFAST FRIEND Magnificent Record Hade by fiov Thomas at Washington WHAT IS OUR DELEGATE DOING He in Further the Cullom Clayton Com mittee Kctiirn Plumbs Double Standard Notes LATCH BUREAU 517 Fourteenth Street WASHINOTON I May 12 1800 Governor Thomas started tonight for the Wost A more unwearying worker Utahs Interests has never trumped departments or scaled Capitol Jlill Ho has Joft no storio unturned Hinco his urrlvul to tho tangles and un tie Mij knots in which Salt Lake and Utah ktflsliiUon wore Governor Thomas extricated tho Salt Lake Iubllc Building bill from tho commit ted wrotu tho report and naw It placed on thy calendar arranged for tho bill and re solution tho public park spoke for Ogdcrsx public bulldllng and debt cxtori Kiori bill and dug out the Agricultural Col appropriation and paved the way for utiiro Ills whit knowledge of 31011 und methods havo been well luid ho departs for tho West leaving many now friends behind him ExGovernor Caleb Wost Is still In Ken tucky but ho is expect od hero dally to re main during the campaign TfllC HAINT3 NOT KTCADV Owtng to Senator Pratts in Penn sylvania the Gullorn bill failed of considera tion in the Senate Committee on Territories morning Tore Wilson and Brother Culno worn promptly on hand to plead for a dolay On tholr solemn promise thai they would bo prepared on next Monday to pn sout tholv arguments to a full oommittco tho bill was again postponed Ic will bo ready for report soon after Tho bitter assaults of llio Herald Ncwa rnurkoti copies of which have boon sont to Senators und Congressmen havo disabused thorn of tho idea Mutt tho Saints arc in oak and lowly followers of tho prophet and that tholi plaintive appeals to bo lot alonouro tho normal tone of tho church organs Sena tors Oullom Ednumds and Paddock will assist Senator Plutt In forwarding considera tion of bill w lion It is placed upon tho calendar TH 1C CLAYTON INVESTIGATION WAHKCXOTObf May Clayton Investigating Committee has returned from Arkansas Of tho result of tho Jnvostlgatloti su far tho chairman Hays tho iMitiro committee Is convinced that the lloopor story of tho killing of Clayton uoos not moot tho In tho oaso Tlio ovl dcncn was overwhelming that Hooper was bedridden In Los Angeles when Sator said ho killed Clayton Somo more testi mony remains to bo taken but Just In what ilno tho committee is not yet prepared to toll TONGA INDIANS INVITED TO sloncd A heavy area of the stone top wall of St Patricks cathedral was blown down crushing through the roof wrecking the altarand ruining the sacristy Small houses all over town wore demolished and much damage done to trees and shrubbery In the country many barns wore demol ished and miles of fences leveled No lives were lost as far as reported THE KENTT7CKY FIGHT Carlisles Prospects Not So Bright as at First May Dis Francisco Clironiclc Very few of the politicians within tho gato of this capital city attended divine services yesterday Tho voice of tho hustler was hoard in tho hotel corridors and in tho streets and tho friends of tho candidates for Senator ran to and fro seeking whom thoy might Influence But it was a cold day for influence and the night settled down on very littlo accomplished Carlisle is bo Innlng to show some irritation over tho situation and his friends are at a loss to ac count for tho slow progress ho Is making in ils canvass The claim made immediately iftor Bocks death that Carlisle could havo ho place for tho asking has been buried now His friends will bo rejoiced If ho gets oven after tho hardest kind of work he procession still moves In this order Cnott Carlisle McOroa Lindsay and tho Ittlo follows A BOOM May Democratic caucus In tho Sen itorlal race tonight did nothing except ippolnt committees There was an enthu siastic muss mooting tonight In favor of Carlisle FOR PRESTIGE IN AFRICA TheConflict Between England and Germany Waxes Warm THE GERMANS HAVE THE BEST OF IT General Foreign Parisian Countesss Libel Univer sity of Montpelicrs Ferrys Book on Eng lish Temperance Bill THE RECORD OF CRIME AWOMAN MIXED UP IN THE KUNALT CASE Kentucky MoonHhlncrn Ar Now York JCHcapitdo of an Californiau Lynched Louis May San Francisco Chronicle are A dolojatlon oi Ponca Indiana called on tho of tho Interior to against tho ordor romovjng from tho IncIIitti Territory They said the removal would doprivo thorn of ravonuo und tho grass would go to wasto The Secretary ro pllod that tho leases woro illegal and gave tho lossoos unfali1 advantago over small stock raisers as they osoapod taxation In conclusion tho Secretary suggested as they no furthor business In Washington that thoy rotarn to tholr rosoratlon at onco VIiUMBS HILL Senator Plumb today introduced a bill providing that tho unit of value in the United States a dollar and that It may be colnoc of 4l2u grains of standard silver or 25 810 grains of standard gold each to be equally legal tondor for all purposes Any owner of silver bullion may deposit it at any mlntof the United States to bo formed into standard silver dollars or bars for his beno ilt and without charge But it shall be law ful to refuse any deposit of loss value than or any bullion so baso as to bo unfit for tho operations of tho mint In any de posit of mivor In which gold and silver are combined no allowance shall bo inudo for tho gold unless tho two metals can bo separated advantageously A TURKS SWEETHEARTS Tho Romantic Story Revealed by His Accidental Death May preliminary trial igalnst tho Rome Watortown Ogdonsburg Sallroad brought by S Oortlgan as ad ministrator for tho killing of Stephen K Dobasinlan a Turk reveals a decidedly ro oinntlo story Uobaslnlan came to America throe years ago from Constantinople gaglng In business in Chicago soon amassed a small fortune Ono day a matrimonial paper oamo Into his possession and ho an swered three of tho advertisements of maid ens who set forth their ohurras und nmtrimo nlnl aspirations in glowing colors thorn was u Miss Horthn Korann of Woculbury N J Sho impressed tho Turk moro favorably tlwti the rust inidthoy wore soon ex changing letters wliioh finally resulted in n nwr riugc Moniiwhilo Turkish lover had boon corre sponding with two othcr liuly advertisers Their full Jiumos worn not lourmxl biitonu was flattio who in Uostou Jind the ottiur was Florence iv Now York girl Last August ISobasiiiian resolved to coinii to Watnrtown ami go Into business Unforu leuvitig Chicago lie a ncuuluntiil insur ance ticket Ho also to ouch of his corre spondents informing them that he should leave for tho Knst on tho day named In liis to Miss the insurance Uukot In his letters toi tho Boston and New York jirls ho promised that he would soon call upon thuin lie ulso wrote to a Cliioinnati girl who iu hor let ters to him signed herself Tho next nowsHlio girls received VMS that Bo basinian had fawn killed ou tho Ogdonsburg Itallroad while on his way Hast After leaving Xiagaia Falls ho had gone into tho smoker to onjoy a cigar and while returning to the rear coach tho train parted and ho foil tovtho ground and was crushed to death by tho rear oar Miss Uoman learned tliat hor claim to tho insur ance ticket was it was made payable to the Turks heirs Those woro found to bo the dead mans mother and brothers ono of whom Syngon Costlgan was appointed administrator Two suits wero at once against tho railroad for another against the insurance company vMiss liemau was a talented young lady Sho followed tho Jllojcary profession and was very sue cossful a writer A Destructive Hurricane JEFFEBSON CITY terrific hurricane accornpauled by an extraordl nary fall of rain swept over the city this afternoon A largo of tho State house doliiged with water The roof of the Jtenlj toritiary hospital was blown awayi and incon venleuce to the patients OCOH now in tho case of Henry Kti nalt was shot and killed last Thursday mornlnsby George Stahlkamp who claimed that Kuriult was trylnp to burglarize his shop It has boon learned that Kunalt was not on a burglarious mission IDs character has always boon good Ho had no need to steal The only double life was in tho fact that Kunalt who was married only six months ago had an old sweetheart He was not entirely off with tho old love when ho married the now Ho had an appoint meht with her for that night and the loca tion of Stahlkamps carpenter shop was such as to make It a convenient trystlnJR place Kunalt had boon to tho place that afternoon to oolloovsomo money from Stahlkarnp and had reason to think tho door was opened Unas boon said that ho had a companion with him on the fatal night who waited on tho board walk some fifty foot away while ho tried tho door of tho carpenter shop Tlio companion has not boon found and there is good reason to believe that it was a fomalo Stahlkamp when questioned said tho man ntadottcroffOit to force tho Ho simply put on tho lock Ho did hot use1 his gun thon and did not fire until aftor his victim had run fully fifty feet away from him It Is altoRothor probable tho au thorities will take up tho caso again and that there will be some highly sensational revelations TWRNTVMVK MOONSHINERS OAPTUttBD OiNCiTWATi May Johnson Avlth twentyfive pris oners charged with Illicit distilling reached Oovlngton today from Plnovlllo ac companied by seven guards and sovontyflvo witnesses Johnson riot hoard of the re ported murder of Ouptulc Hawkins tho revenue oilioor and twontythreo men when he loft Plnovlllo and his Judgments is that it Ja aTiilstako SaNHATIONAI1 DJCVJCrjOVAIHNTS ANTIOIPAT1IU AMIANY Jlay In tho matter of tho National City Bunk defalcation Bookkeeper Whitneys poouhvtlons are now said to reach over United States District Attor ney Aloxandoi Is hero Thoro are rumors that several sensational arrests will bo mado A OOVHOY HATXIdS OiciAnoMA OITV I May re port reached hero tonight of a batfilo bo twcon two opposing foroos of oowboys In Llttlo Blvor county twentylive mllos south Tho difficulty is reported to have arisen over different constructions of tho herdlaw Five men are reported killed throe fatally Injured und four slightly wounded Thrco deputy marshals havo gone to tho scone No partionlars are ob tainable as tho scono of tho fight Is far romovod from any telegraph station AN ARIZONA aaiGE IN THOTTBO1 NEW YOUTC May Mastorson who says ho is an oxSupremo Court Judge of Proscott and who lives Wost Thirtysecond street was looked up tonight on a charge of attempting to kill his alleged cousin and mistress Mrs Alico Hopklnson at tho Grand Central C5 West street Mastorson according to the account given by Mrs Hop klnsons maid called at tho house early in tho evening and being denied admittance kicked tho door opon and entered hor apartments demanding ho claimed she had swindled him out of A shot was hoard shortly after wards and Mustorsou rushed from tho room with a smoking pistol in his hand and run ning to tho Thirtieth street police station demanded Mrs Hopkinsons arrest for at tempting to shoot him Mrs Hopkinson was arrested and at tho station made a counter charge against Mastorson ExJudge Mastorson comes from Presoott and is said to bo worth Ho had boon a visitor at tho flat a long tlmo and his son Howard a boy of 13 lived with until a fow weeks ago Masterson it is also said owns gold in in Chuahuahua Old Mexico and onyx mines in Arizona His story isthat tho woman swindled Mm out of in mining bonds and when ho de manded tholr return shot A ST PKTiiRsmmo May midwife re cently arrested confessed that for years she had been In tho habit of killing infants and hiding tholr bodies in wolls Several per sons havo been arrested A NEIGHBOR MUTtDEnED GLEXNS FALLS N May 12Loandor Pasco of Thurmiin was foully murdered Saturday wight while on hisway homo Tho murderer lay In ambush in what Is known as High until his victim pussed and then a charge of buckshot Pascos valuables wore not disturbed and robbery was evidently not tho motive Tho Tlctim wasof d quarrelsome disposition and frequently in trouble with his neighbors Kovongo is thought to havo been the mo PAKIS May Francisco Chronicle Series May 22nd tho of will celebrate the six hundredth anniversary at Its foun dation President Carnot and many of his Ministers will bo present as woll as dele gates from all the principal universities in tho Old World and tho New Mr Guy presi dent of tho association of students at Mont pcllor University who is in Paris on busi ness connected with tho organization of tho fete was seen by a World and said Wo have issued invitations to almost every university world The voryllrst letters of invitations were our very sympa thetic uonfrures Uie students not to all the universities but only to suuli of thorn us according to our information are constituted into associations Of tlicso there are only three namely Harvard Pennsylvania ami California invitations wure sent toUuMii amonth ago We should be greatly disappointed if our American brothers cm not assistat our rejoiciims As to the prog ram in oof ourjaldon iUay 22ndi in tho afternoon all the foreign delegateswill be presented to tho the University of Mont peliur Jn tho evening the foreignprofessorsand students will Carnotis due to arrive on tho morning of tho second day RC compiuiicid by tho Ministers pf Public Instruction of the Interior and of Agriculture and probably tho Minister of after his arrival tho Presldon will hold an official reception in tho evening there will bo a grand presided over Mr Carnot at which all loroign delegations wli talco port It will be followed by a procession tlio students of Mont puller preceded by foreign delegations The same night tho whole town and all the University buildings will bo illuminated b3r his subjects He tried to them the European Ideas which he imbided at the Paris exhibition A LETTER FROM EJHN CAino May Zucchinette has re ceived a letter from Emm Pasha dated Bagarnoyo Murcti ilst I left the hospital I found myself between the English and Germans My decision to return to the heart of Africa in the interest of the Germans was taken when I saw tho English were endeavoring to derive advan tage from the prestige of my name With reference toStanley and Tippoo Tib I have information in my possession if pub lished would create a great sensation Stanley will bo the first to stir up the people against THE GREAT DEBATE OPENED tivo A CALIFOIIXIAN LYNCHED Oal May this morning twenty masked men entered the L Oriswell has beencon fined Constable Southards murder bound Ortewoil hung him to the rafters and loftthe body there Conntoss Kosslor has libel suits against the Qambois the MaLin and the itowclforlOOjOOO francs In eachsuit The Countess by birth a daughterof Admiral determined to push tho legal measures to tho extreme limit In this sho has been authorized by tho Count whois1atpresent in New York to proceed in tho matter Iu case the suits should bo won by tho Countessshe intends to devote tho damages awarded to hor to tho city of Tho charges against her woro thoroughly scandalous and Infamous aud woro tho outcome of frustrated attempts at blackmailing A sum of was ilrsfc of all demanded from her for charged with being a German spy and terms of in timacy with Boiiluiigcr and with receiving a resume of tho plan of French tho excitement follow iug the Sohnaobolaffair Paris society is thoroughly on the tho Countess and strong in Its condemna tion of tho blackmailing scoundrels of the Paris press She herself takes the matte philosophically I called ou tho Countes yesterday and asked if sho had anything t say as to tho chargesmade against Sh said They aro as they ar scandalous It Is completelyfalse that over had any relations even of friendship with whom I have only mot fourtimes In my life 1Jto has uovo set foot in this houso and never even ox pressedany Invitedto ou houso I never letter from him In faob I do nqt ever having soon his handwriting Jn my life Tha part of tho story is asabsurdas the state ment thatl private gamblinghouse in tho Ruo Everybody knows that for the last six years wa havo lived in this houso What possible Interests could I havo to bocouio a spy Wo aro not in want of money My husband is ono of the richest men in are not German I uru uu English woman daughter of Com modore Lynch Commander of Bath and my husband Is a naturalized American I have a personal fortune which should place mo abovp of wanting to make money by THE ANGLOGERMAN CONTEST LONDON May interests in Central Africa havehad a serious setback in tho recapture of the Kingdomof Uganda from King Mwaiiga by King Kalama In April news was receivedthatthe British East Africa Company had concluded treaties with the monarch Mwanga and liis chiefs and that all the Uganda ter ritory and possessions were under tho con trol of tho virtual annexation of Ugandawasdoue with tho in tention of blocking the wayto ment of Germanynorth ward from Victoria Nyanza and preventing them from attempt ing to place province TheGermans were chagrined at the Eng lish gottlng ahead for attho time when the treaty of Uganda wasmade a German party under Horr Borchbrt hadbuilt a fortified station in tho neighborhood of Mount Kenia while Dr Peters so of ten reported doad was at Lakb Baringba both going towards Uganda The English great hasteto trongthon that position with King Mwanga A new ecclesiastical dignitary Bishop was immediately sent out from London to position formerly held by Bishop Harrington andPorrott Parker Suddenly tho again turned Tho Arabs recentlygathered to the assist ance of the dothrOnijd Kalama aud havo succeeded in expoTlisg1 Mwanga and tho Protestant and Catholic missionaries from tho capital position on Sosso Island inLako Victoria replacing Kalama as Kitig Mr F T Jack son the olllcor of tho British company who made tho Mwanga is thought to bo with forces and with the Protestant and Catholic missionaries on tho Island above mentioned An attempt to re capture tho be made Tho do not say iuuch on the subject just thoy do a large amount of thinking that the struggle for tho lukorogiousis growing very earnest and that it was a seriousniistaketohavo allowed allowed Stanley to drive Emin to the service of Germany a manwho has undoubtedly vast influcucowltrrthOArabs and whoVill bo of incalculable assistance to his new em ployers Emin h husolf is nowonh is way to Takora aud southern end of Victoriavand the northern end of tho Tanganyika If he bringing severalriatiye chiefs of this region into an alliance with Germanyand in push A RKICJTSTAO DISCUSSION J BERLI May a debate on the East Africa credits in tho Reichstag today Baron Von Marsdrati explained that the 7nission of Emin Pasha in Africa on the part of the Gorrmms would bo confined to establishing friendly relations witFi those tribes in the interior within tho German sphere of interest and to estimating tho cost of eventually forming fortified stations in the interior on negotiations with England regarding the boundaries of their re spective possessions in Africa ITliopre dominating wish of Germany wasto go hand Jn hand with England a common with both countries In tho course of debate on the esti mates for expense of colonies Chancellor Von Oaprivi stated though ho originally approved the colonial policy of the he agreed with Bismarck that such a policy could only bo maintained with the support of tho Nation As tho matter now stands the Government cannot retreat irom its position regarding colonial loss of honor and money No changoof his views on tho system was to boiuany way Implied from his assumption of oflice The Government would foreign rights and protect German The Chancellor said it was the aim of the Government to bring matters in tho colonies to a satisfactory state and then to leave tho commercial companies to carry on what the Government had begun He expressed a hope that all expenditures would be event ually returned but believed it would take years to and order He fully agreed with Bamburger time might arrive when Europe would need every man and mark at homo Therefore ho would not send a mark or a single man to East Africa more than was absolutely necessary It was that Germany perhaps to defend her colonies Bufrbxperipnce had taught that ifGermany were victorious in Europe she must retain her In ordor to maintain them Germany must develop her navy and establishcoaling stations Regard ing slavery the Chancellor must found the bulletand the Bible must act in kill irig slave dealers you can never abolish Tho colonial movement ho its origin in tho same idealism unified tho empire There was a surplus thus after the war and it was directed Coward colonizing The movement was asinjudi cious as if one had only to raise to conjure forth lumpsof gold and cigars and was begun with littjlerpractical knowledge or prudence was taken and half of Africa was was ably of such movements It t Still ho hopjeybhatEast Africa would become a Senator Joness Powerful Argument in Defense of Silver DEMONETIZATION AN ACT OF FOLLY Silver Was Outlawed for the Ag grandizement of the Creditor Class and the BuildcrsUp of the Coun try Demanded Its Restoration SAM LAKE TRIBUNE BUKKAU 517 Fourteenth Street WASIIINOON D May 12 1890 Tho silver debate in tho Senate was opened today by Senator Jones who spoke for throe hours without concluding his re marks An unusually largo number of Senators listened to tho Nevada Senator Clustered around him and facing tho Speaker were Senators Morrill Aldrich Stanford Paddock Reagan Stewart Teller and Hearst Senator Sherman left his brother the General in the cloakroom and occupied a chair immediately adjoining Senator Jones Very few Senators were absent from tho chamber and most of those present paid the speaker tho rare compliment of lis tening to his reading until its conclusion Senator Jones is recognized as tho ablest advocate of bimotallsm in tho Senate and the best road of the Senators on monetary subjects Tie rarely addresses tho Senate but when he does ho commands attention because ho always has something to say which is worth listening so The portion of his speech delivered todny was a carefully prepared argument designed to show that demonetization of silver was alone respon sible for tho general depression and that prosperity was dependent upon ronionotiza tlon Senator Jones is expected to close his speech tomorrow SENATOR JOXESS REMARKS WASHINGTON May on both sides of tho Chambers wheeled his j chair around so as to face the speaker There wis no conversation Indulged in no newspaper reading no letter writing but during the three hours that the speech oc cupied every Senator seemed to be pnying the closest attention to it Tho number of persons in the galleries however was not large DIRECTOR LEECH CHICAGO May dispatch from Wash ington Director of the Mint Leech said to day that the interview with him about the alleged silver corner on Saturday conveyed an erroneous impression What he did say was that silver was being bought in London and shipped to this country and deposited at the office at New York for line bars which wore being stored by pri vate parties Tho Government has bought no silver in London nor IKKS It stored any silver in the West It is not storing silver at all ami of course is not issuing oertifi on silver bullion as there is no law authorizing such issue I did say that but little silver was being offered tho Government for sale and that at a price considerably above the market price and above tho price at which the cerlificaUs on silver bullion deposited in the Western National banks were being sold in New York In regard to the corner on silver I said I did anything about HTHE FIELD OF SPORTS A Few Pointers Derby Race THE BROOKLYN HANDICAP STARTERS A Remarkable Ball Innings With a Score One to SixteenJRouud General Sporting Notes Death of Jmigc Sabiu SAN FRANCISCO May SaViln United States District Judge died here this morning Ho was a native of Ohio After grad uatiug from tho Western Reserve College he removed to Madison where he was admitted to tho bar He served throughout the war with distinction being at one time Assistant AdjutantGeneral of the army and after the Vicksburg campaign Judge Advo cate He removed to Nevada after the war MORE TARIFF TALK CONSIDERATION OF THE BIZX PARAGRAPHS COMMENCED Tlie Democrats Loaded WltH Amend Followed by Jiill Keportod WASHINGTON May tho Senate Hoar from tho Judiciary Committee re ported back the House amendment to tho Senate AntiTrust bill with amendments Vest and Coke stated that as members of the committee they dissented from the re port Tho matter went over till tomorrow Tho Senate bill appropriating for PROVIDENCE May 12 TRIIUTNE Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle A fight which has boon projected for some time came at daybreak this morning In Doug lass Massachusetts just over tho State lino Tho eoatostanus were Jimmy Nelson of Nxiw London and Christopher Cornell Pascoag and tho stake was 8500 JOO which went to the winner Four hundred people saw tho bout which was one of tho pluckiest ever witnessed hero Cornell forced tho fighting from tho start and ap peared to be a sure winner up to the teenth round when Cornell was knocked out SPAVIN COUBETT LONDON May Associated Frank Slavin the Australian pugilist has challenged Corbott to box in London fop to which sum the Polican will add A VTRKSTMNO MATCH BUFFALO May 12 Thigh Leonard of city tonight wrestled with Peter Schu macher of San Francisco and defeated him the investment of private capital STANLEY MArJE in ari inter view regarding German movements vin Africa saidthati ho was we ar En g ands apathy and pliancy in the tho Germans If Englanc continued Inactive tho Germans would se cure paramount influence Africa Following tho advice given by himselfj tho Germans to Africa In 1885 and hi vico hud been repeatedly ac cepted by them since that time The Em peror backed Major VVissmann and Impossiblefor him to fail to advancoUlio Gorman interests in Africa A WITH TUB POPE The Blue Book shows that tho negotiations between Simmons British Government and tho Vatican relatiye ecclesiastical matters in to a successful termination TJie playod a desire to effect a settlement satis factory to England THE QOVERNiTENTS TEMPERANCEBILL In the Commons tonight presi dent of the local Government the second reading of the local taxationbill dealing with publicans licenses olaros the Governments purpose was topro mote temperance by the number of public houses Heroic meas ures would not do in view of the fact that tho country is not yet converted to the ular veto He appealed to the temperance party to recognizethe existing facts Pub lic opinion would not in try Ing to reduce to beggary a people carrying on a legitimate business Oaine Advanced Liberal moved there tho bill While givingasix ence in the pound to thotomperanceparty t gave the liquor dealers a sovereign CAPRIVIJ ACHIEVES GREATNESS LONDON May in correspondent says By todays peeoh in the Reichstag Von Caprivipassed vith one bound to tho first European tatesmen The opinion universally pressed in the lobbies was compari on with his predecessor he has nothing to ear His speech was an intellectualtreat f the first order His specially the strength revealed by his con cillatory manner toward showed a nobility of nature high integrity and clearness of purpose The Emperor and Europe be congratulated TURKISH OFFICIALS REMOVED CONSTANTINOPLE May Pasha Minister of Justice andtho Gov ernor of Constantinople were owinsr to the protests of land against their conduct in the Moussa Bey and other cases THE RAILWAY MUDDLE a public building at Ogden Utah was re Jones in addressing the Senate j ported and placedon the calandar The today on the Silver bill spoke of tho gen oral unrest prevailing throughout tho coun try The prices of all commodities ho said had fallen and continue to fall When tho fall in prices was found operating on the products of all industries when it was found not confined to any one clime country or race but diffused all over tho civilized world found not to bo characteristic ot any but to go on for a series of years it became manifest that it could not rise from local temporary or subordinate causes but must havo its genesis and development In some principle of universal application wasit that produced a general de cllnp of pricesin any It was a Senate then proceeded with consideration of tho bill authorizing tho issue of Treasury notes on deposits of silver bullion and Jones of Nevada addressed the Senate in its favor his remarks being printed The Senate then adjourned N MATCH NEW YORK May Tho Puritan Atb letic Clubs ollcr of a trophy for a I glove contest between Joe MoAulifVo and Jake Kilraln is accepted Tho club will put up for a match between Jlmmie Larkins and JJilly Murphy CHALLENGE NEW YORK May 12 Fox has sent tho fol lowing cablegram to tho London Sporting Life McAuiilTo will fight Slavin at the PeHcim Club to a finish for a suitable purse uud expenses Should Slavin not accept lcAuHlTe will light uny other man in England same The ing the line towards Lake of grand possession of tbO watorway routes oonnocting the efouroesof thoOambri and the Nile will will proba bly exist longr regret hiivljig allowed tho torlal province to oommittod and Emln Pasha to bo saorlflced in f iirjaishspnio Stanley book The Altons War Santa Pes Flyer to the Coast CHICAGO May of tho roads havo intimated an intention to meet Altpns threedollar passenger rate toKansas City On the contrary it is understood sbmo of advance the dollar rate to both to Council Bluffs and Ci by in order to sayc tlieni sciycs on localtraffic The Alton saystheir rates are purely a war measure intendedvtb force an issue on the present demoralised conditionof affairs X The road today ing reductioii iii passenger rates between St Paul and Kansas City in coniicctioiiwith the Iowa1 Central thus further complicating the An important step isabbut the Atclnson Topeka and Santa companyis preparing to put in sec vice at The Willed Point Fire by thejjBro than first reported says the total lop willnot oxcood as eajlya date as possible doubleddilyvesr Ltibule trains betwcehvChicago cine Const rod uoihg the be tween Ohicagp four hours distance between Chicago and Kansas effect that the SenegiJew nxiinmieSKno in tjig volume money rela populatibii and businossi The world never had a proper system of money Prosperity and speculation had ulated at times by great yields from mines and when thosemineswere worked out then came a revulsion and adversity He went on to speak of the natural ratio goldand silver existing for twenty five or thirty years a 15 and said only since the legislative pro scription of silver in Germany and the and its banishment from the mintsof Euiopo that any material change ofthati ratio took place and the present divergence in the relative value of the two metals was directly duo to the legal out lawry of silver and not to any natural causes It has been the object of the creditor class to enhance tho value of money by reducing the volume so that when the gold mines of California and Australia were producing their largest was pro posed to demonetize gold The motive of demonetization In the case of silver as well as gold was Jones aggrandize the creditor class of the world and to confiscate thefarms of the hardy toilers Ho spoke of the demonetization of silver by Germany after tho war with France as having inflicted greater evils on her people than her armies inflicted on Franco and said that when itbegan to have its effect a veritable hegira of the German population began to take place If surprise were felt at the selfishness of the privileged classes in Europe in the demonetization of silver what he asked was to bo said in defense of he United States in demonetizing silver No such stupendous act of folJyand ig noraiice had ever been perpetrated by the epresentativos of a free people It had proved prolific of enforced idleness poverty andmisery No better remedy could be applied than an absolute reversal of that egislation and a putting back ofthe mone iary system of the country to what it was All the nations of the earth used silver as money up to 1819 when Great Britain sundered the silverlink that bound her to the other nations doing so for reasons of herown arising from her position as a creditor of all nations But the industry of the English nation became congealed by reason of that condition of currency Within seven years thereafter the number of tier land owners was reduced by reason of forced sales from to and a largo proportion of the population had to wholly or in on the bounty of organized charity That had been a part of the price imposed upon the English peo ple by the creditor class In tho bill ponding before the Senate Jones said he had reported it from the Committee on it did not fully reflect his views regarding the rela tion which silver should bear to the mone tary circulation of the country or the world He at all times and in all places a firm and unwavering advocate of the free and unlimited coinage of silver In i of the great diversity of views prevailing on the subject and the possibility that by reason of such diversity the session ofo Congress might terminate without affording the cduntry anyrelief f rom ul and benumbing effects of the demonetization of silver he had joined with other the committee in re porting this bill He held himself free to ratify any amendment thafc might be offered which the bill more perfect measure of relief and that might be more in with con victions Resuming his said the single gold standardmea attempted aside the equities Involved by sneering at tholdebtors were the debtors this country lie asked They wore the the audacious They were the upbuilders the designers They constructive force inevery House WASHINGTON May Ohio moved that tho general debate ou tho tariff bill be limited to one minute agreed lo Tlio House went into Committee oftho Whole on the tariff bill No to occupy tho oneminute limit tho clerk proceeded to road the bill by paragraphs for amendments BrocklnrJdgo an that any citizen of the United States who manu f acturcs orjHoduces and sells them outside of the United Spates shall bo enti tled to free of duty any article of commerce which he may desire to iise in his to the value of the articles ex ported After explaining that his proposi tion was arevorspof the action old principle of Brcckhirldge demanded tellers on his amendment Andersonof Itansas offered an amend ment providing that the President may sus pend tho rate of duty or any imported article whop in his judgment the pro duction manufacture or sales of such articles is monopolized or controlled by any trust or combination The amendment caused a liyoly dobatc in regard a firebrand into the dis cussion by repeating the story In regard to the Havemeyersinfluence upon the schedule in the Mills bill o After this the de bate was plentifully sprinkled with such phrases as Shotgun Plantation etc The matter finally settled by everybody apologizing after which tho amendment was 87 to 76 Only two Republicans voted in favor of it The announcement of the re sult was received with applause by the Democratic side On a vote by tellers the amendment was 01 niys turn greeting the announcement with applause Bland offered an amendment pro posing toiadmit free foreigngoods when ex changed for American 72 fnays 02 offered an amendment proposing tochange the date upon which the bill takes effect from July 1st next to July Rejected The enacting clause was passed over and the cleric proceeded to road the dutiable sections Ho1 reached the second item boracic acid when Neidringhaus pro posed an amendment making the duty on commercial of 5 cents Rejected Covert moved to strike out the clause imposing aduty of a quarter of a cent on muriatic acid Tho debate became desultory in character sometimes sometimes sometimes border ing on personality after which Coverts motion was lost A motionmadeby Covert to strike out the duty on sulphuric acid met with a simi lar fate The committee rose andthe House ad journed LoursviritjT May Dis San Francisco Ghmnida Speaking of the Kentucky Derby to be run Wednesday Benjamin G Bruce who Iscon sidered to the best posted turf man in Ken tucky says Among tho lot T like Robespierre Riley and Prince Fonse and in tjie order named If thoy are beaten I liko Morriss chance best I hear that Progiclal Sons windis Injured but how trueitis 1 am unable I givolvobospierrv the prof ore so better seasoned and has run some good races If Rllcywas keyed up to a concert pitch hoshould havo my vote as ho was the best twoyearold of tho lot last year If gc itho mile iindu half and he should ftbm Ills breeding no will bo extremely TUB JJIvOOKLYN HANDICAP SaAHTKIlSS NEW Yomc May 12The probable starters in the Brooklyn handicap which is to be run at 4 oclock next Thursday aro Racoland Sir Dixon Los Angeles Coincto Taw Badge Strideway Diablo Eric Orillamme Fides Domo Dunboyne Rice Castaway Second Flood Fide Tormentor Kingston has been suffering so severely with rheumatism In his shoulder that there is but little chance of his starting YKSTEKUATS LINDEN N May and a half won Kenwoodsecond Salisbury third Time Stockton won IlmaB second Diablo third Time Three Thorn won Shot over second Defendant third Time Threefourths of a Lemon Blossom second Slumber third Time J Fiveeighths of a Gray Rock second Lord Harry third Time Mile and a won Stockton second OriUammo third Time THE BALTIMORE CAPTUStEJX probably the business of America depended in one form orjpther Any system wJiich made the dollars of xuore at5 the date of payment thanat tlie date of bcirrow ng 7was a system of robbery He warmly siver of in The Cruiser Boarded Byi a Mob of Dispatch Francisco Chronicle cruiser Baltimore was invaded by a mob of 3000 people today who played havoc with the beautiful vessel A general Invitation had been extended by Captain Schley to the public but he ttid not expect such a wholesale acceptance From early in the morning until late afternoon merry women and crowded dnto the wasalmost impossible to move been detailed by Marshal torhelppreserve order but they might been kept at home as aburidred officers could not have pre vented thecrowd clamberlng over the sides and taking possession of every part of the their way into the private as as public quarters even the holdybeing thronged Captain Schley his officers were unable to cope with Tlie was dotted with craftsof every to the gunwales bound to Mile and a sixteenth Larenmont won Riecho Rudolnh third Time AT IiKXINGTON LHXIXGION May Laura Ford won Lord Toni second Electricity third Time Mile Martha Pago won Chrnmusic sec ond Only two starters Time Mile and an Ballyhoo1won Duko of Highland second Two starters Time Sir Planet won Marmora sec ond Susette third v STANFOHDS STRING AIUUVES TEIIKE HAUTE May Senator Stanfords stable Jn charge ofCharles Mar vin arrived afternopn from California Stops ware made at Ogdch Council Bluirs owing to a slight injury to one of the horses The Players PHILADELPHIA May The visitors Brotherhood club won this riooii by bunching their hits at the sarao time that the JocaL players were making their errors 2200 Philadelphia 0 0 3 1 01 2 11 12 Brooklyn Philadelphia 10 3 Sand ers and Cross Daly and Ferguson md Holbort Al NKW YOUK NEW YOUK May The Jiostqn Players League team by heavy had an easy victory over New York thisafter noon Attendance 1500 0 1 iO 0 0 have a lookat thercrulser That no accident occurred was duempre to good to i management i One yawl boat but itsV occupants were thro wn into aipwr boat instead of tie The VBaltimbre V was the only s uffer Net content wltli rods s minor breaking up oftae thieves and r Boston York 7 Joston York 6 Boston 3 ODuy Bwjhg siud Vaughan Gumbiirt and SweLt Umpires Barnes and Gaffney V AT May clubs played an indiflerentgamethis after noon in which the visitors hit Staley bard iir the could not touch him alter 1200 5 0 0 6 0 0 5 Pittsburg 3 0 0 5 7 Cleveland 3 Pittsburg Blakelyv and Snyder Slaley and thews and Guuninfr V The National i OrCrNNAXi May errors of the Cincinnati League team in the sixth Tic gave Pittsburg runs tbry Attendance 15001 Cincinnati 10 6 Pittsbu cinuati9Pittsbur3 BattefiesfParmer and5 inWcirs   

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