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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                First Part Pages 1 to 8 VOL SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY VfAY IS 1890 PHICE I U PRIZE DELEGATE Ho Has Shamefully Neglected the Salt Lake Building Bill A MOMENTOUS WEEK FOR UTAH The Ctillom Will Not Be lowcd to 3ooly Post ollicft ICHpcratc Jjond Ore tons Arncad ineiit LAKK TFMHITMR DtrrtKAU 517 Street D May 17 1800 The coming weok promises to bo full of jiKrcst to Utah On Monday tho Senate on Territories la expected to Jlnal action on the Cullom bill after learing tho last pathetic appeal of Attor ieybythcyear Wilson Brothers Calno nd Caonon When the bill ruported IH II will bu and upon the cal lendar it will not bo allowed toHleop Senator IH much Intorost In the meiisure and Henator 1latt not HO They will receive valuable assist ance In securlnir lor the bill spuody con sideration A IJR KIHICED The Hilvcr bill It Is hoped will bo brought to a vote before the week closes The do bale during tho past week only ompha tlio denlre of tho Sonuto to pass a closely approxlmatlug froo coinage If It not attain It No bill less than the Jones tlll can bo onactod Tho only question now the Senators and Congressmen Is whether It will bo good to risk a and If it conies to follow it by another bill on lines which will secure Executive sanction AH sides agroo however that Congress cannot adjourn without enacting a broad liberal and com prehensive silver There is no clangor of a failure of legislation OAFNI3 AND THP BCTirjDINO BItJ As snori as the tarill In disposed of In tho House tho Speaker is expected to give two dayit for the Public Building bllin Although owing to tho gross negloot of Delegate Cai no tlit Lake Public Building bill Is low down on Uio calendar there are reasons for hoping that It may receive consideration with the others which are booked for pass Jf 1 tiring tho throe Avooks that tho bill lay with the committee Avith favorable ac tion on tho part of the subcorn mlttoo arid Avuitlng for report Dulegnte Calno had at tended to his business and Avrltten tho re port as ho was to do there would havo been no doubts as to the result lie was too busy at the time In attending to his church Interests to bother Avith nuoh u small natter as a public building for Sail Lake City If tho bill falls Its failure may be justly laid at door TI1IC JOSTOfFlCI1 SITB Action may also bo expected this week on the postoillco Mr Tynor has certainly enough hi formation In his possession to enable him to come to a conclusion There aro strong probabilities that the Dooly site Avill bo the one selected THE filIAM OUK STIUfOCHiE Tho struggle of the lead Interests of the United stated for existence opened this af ternoon Avith the amendment offered by Funston of Kansas to strike out tho clause in tho TuriY bill imposing a duty of 1 cents per pouml ou the lead in argentifer ous lend ores Representative Carter of Montana secured the floor but was compelled to yield to a question of privilege raised by Tiynuni of Indiana Chen was precipitated a partisan contest on the motion to oonsuro Uyiiiirn for his assault on Hayne which Avas prolonged until a late hour and ponding AVhloU tho lead question Asont over until Monday Tho struggle us noted Is actually for tho existence of the lead lug Industry of tho country It Is so felt by all representatives of tho mining Interests present No Avoll informed Americanleadprod iioer doubts that If tho AVlndom ruling Is not reversed by atatuto foreign lead will practically drive our OAVII product from the homo market No one Avho lias Avatehed tho shrewd of the smelling and White Lead Trust lobby doubts that if this Is done it Avill bo accom plished so as to build up tho Interests of a few Individuals already niudo wealthy at the expense of the West A more otTectlve siillhunt lias noverboen made than that waged during tho past eight weeks by the Argentine Smelter of Kansas City and Its allies Gullible granger con stituencies havo to whip tho llo Congressmen Into line on tho ground that Western agriculture would bo ruined by tho exclusion of Mexican load From sixteen to twenty Republicans havo beon captured by this argument Meantime in spite of tho Avarnlngs and appeals for assistance tho Western mining Interests remained passive and only sent their delegations hero when the Avorst of tho damage had been done There Is a fighting chance for tho lead ore clause It will receive some Democratic votes to coun teract in part Republican defection Had tho been taken this afternoon Avhon many Democrats Avoro absent the proba bilities aro that the question of amendment would have been defeated Tho Ways and Moans Committee aro standing Irmly by tho clause and may suc ceed in dragging it through Delegate Dubols and Representative Carter aroAvear Ing themselves out in Qghtlng almost against hope Leading are talking themselves hoarse against tbo coAvardlco of tho fOAV of their followers who are stam peded by their frightened constituencies There will be hard work done tomnrrow THE SUGAR COSiXESTIpJf WASHINGTON May 17 HoaAy pressure In several directions Is being brought to bear the W ays and Moans Committee as to tho tariff by tho conflicting sugar Representative hus announced ho wilLsub Ilne from No U No JX Dutch standard Tho California sugar men will accept this heavy cut nithur than Lave the bounty Recruits are expected from the Slates MeanAVhlle Western representatives are preparing to lead a cruHadc In favor of free sugar HO that Uio Ways and Means Committee may nave to another revolt next week CAXADY TO KKKIOX Colonel W 1 Canady SergoantatArrns of tho Senate has decided to resign the po sition and it Is said tonight that his re signation will bo communicated to the Sen ate on Monday Colonel Canady Avill re main iii Washington to represent the inter ests of several large corporations at Wash ington He has been SorgeantatArrns of tin Senate since There aro two prominent candidates for the position lioprosontatlve Valentine of Nebraska and exSherill Leeds of Philadel phia CONFIKMATIOS Charles Ware of Iowa United States Con sul at Vera Crux J C Currier Pension Agent San liranoisco T B Lank iecelver of public money at Tho Dalles Oregon A J liueller Oregon Augustus Mallory Hep near Wyoming J A Shannon Carbon THK CUOI liUJJjKTJN The Signal Service crop bulletin shoAvs that tho weather during the Aveek in tho including the States of Uio Mis souri and upper Mississippi valleys and thu upper lake region Avas gen erally unfavorable for growing crops owing to tho low temperature which was accompanied by frosts causing somo Injury to fruits and retarding the growth of crops Moro rain Is needed In Kansas and Ne braska while excessive rainfall in the val ley attended by cold weather hus retarded farm work The weather conditions Avore favorable on Uio Pacific coast and the crops were improved but the continuation of dry weather In Oregon will result in some injury to grain crops A SCARE IN THE NAVY TJIJ2 MCAIYLA BiLLY Without More Coin Mulilfe Will Escape a Thrashing SULLIVAN DEMANDS TEN THOUSAND Which IsJust Double the Size of Muddens HorseJump ing Record Games arid the Riices S OF It AlHO llavo i AVliolofiomo on MurtJuotfl and Gives Throo Jjonvo of 011 iny CIIIOAOO May Francisco Chronicle paloli to Uio NCWH from Washington said Tho sentence oi Commander McCalla has causotl a decided sensation in navy circles and a shurtdor has passed along tbo entire list of officers who now or may In LIio future have command of vessels They claim that Its elleet will bo to make tho mon insubordinate and mutinous andthat the dlsolplino of tho service cannot bo main tained It is no doubt true us assorted that tho gallanttars on Uncle Sams ships arc a very tougli lot Sailors aro proverhhuly tho wickedest men in the Avorld and tho condi tion of oui1 navy In the past has nob boon such us to Inducio tho oulislmenr of men who luivo any sellrespoct or solfconfcrol or rospeot for any bub forco Tho greater advantages ami higher wagos ouorod by liind oinployrnenl in this country has de prived Mio navy oC good mon and tho men olwur aro iow nlmost ontlroly mannod by foreigners or men who havo committed putty crimes on land and enlisted under llotltioua names to escape justice They aro therefore very difficult to control and tho most severe penalties havo to bo im posed for offenses to maintain any discipline whatever Captain MoCalla had an unusually tough crew composed oC drunken and desperate niMii and luoUod potty ollicors of ability and inlluonoo to assist in maintaining discipline and order Thero is no question that ho his authority In inllieting punish ments but his defenders say that ho WHS compelled to do so to prevent the forecastle from capturing the ship Tho sentence will havo a Avholesomo effect upon Lho martinets In tho navy who aro numerous and llko thosontonco of Lieuten ant Steoto oC tho army who was rooontly tried on similar charges at Chicago was intended as an example and a warning to to adhere strictly to tho regulations Kut after all tho sentence is not a sovero and simply amounts to giving Com mander iUcOalla three yoarsloavo with pay DurlMtf his ho Avill reeeivo tho pay of mi ollioer which In tho caso of a commander is S3500 a year Tinder ordinary oiremnstaneos an ofllcer ecuiiing home from a cruise such as thai of tho Knterprlse would bogiven six or nine months leavo of absence on similar pay bti t Commander MoCalla practically receives a thiec yoars loavo Tho loss of pay will be nothing to him as ho is a man of conskl ablo wealth and during tho three yours of Ills will bo a bio to engage In out side business but no odicor wants to havo his record blotted Avith such a sentence MISS BLAINE MARRIED mit a proposition looking to a out of 33 per cout in sugar duties restoring tho dividing Tho Secretarys Wal ter Danuosch May J7 Margaret Isabella Hlaino daughter of tho Secretary oC State was niarrlod at 1 pclook this afternoon to Walter Pamrosoh of Now York at tho rosl lonco of tho brides parents Madison Tlaco It was Intended to havo tho marriage con ducted as quietly as possible but the best efforts of tho family were futile against tho Avishes of Influential Mends and tho cero mony Avas attended by a brilliancy anil dis play not contemplated The ceremony Avas pcrforinott by lieA Douglas rector of St Johns Episcopal Church of which tho tnido recently became a member Tho decorations wore beautiful in their sim plicity Three hundred friends were in attendance including the President and Mrs Harrison Mrs Mekce tho Cabinet olllccrs and ladies of their families members of tho Supremo Court the enMro diplomatic corps many members of Congress and other representa tives of society at tho Capitol This over the party repaired to the dining room and partook of a wedding breakfast Tho newlymarried couple left the city for Now York and will proceed straight to their home OAI Madison avenue It is their pur pose ro sail for Europe early next Aveek Tho wedding gifts Avoro numerous and costly The President and Mrs Harrison sent a solid silver salad bowl Tho Vice President and Mrs Morton a silver service tho members of the Cabinet twenty gold goblets members of the Diplomatic Corps solid silver tea service Representative and Mrs lllbt of Illinois silver service of twelve dozen pieces Senator and Mrs Stanford solid gold carving knives and forks and odd spoons thirty pieces in all Mr and Mrs John W MoLoan solid silver salad boAvl Mr and Mrs Carnegie silver service Mr and Mrs silvcrejjocwcs Air and Mrs William Walter Phelps pearl necklace with diamond grooms gift Avas a diamond necjclaco and diamond earrings Mrs Elaines a com plete sofc of household linen NEAT YORK May fTnmuxE Dispatch Francisco Chronicle That John L Sullivans challenge to fight Joe McAuIiffo with gloves to a finish for a side will be accepted there is no longer any reason to doubt The challenge was made by Jack Burnett on Thursday night while McAulilTe and his backer manager and trainer Billy Madden Avcro among tho audience at Proctors Novelty Theater where Sullivan spars nightly AVitli Joe As soon Sullivan became aware of McAulilfos presence he nave Barnclt to go out and try to arrange a match with Madden on behalf oC his protege Ho de clined to cover tho amount for a larger stake than a side The champion has positively refused to light for less than a side Maddon said ho could not at tho present time command a larger sum than 35000 and ho was alloAved a few days to get the requisite sum together Yesterday Jack MoAuiillo the light weight champion expressed Ills AvHHngness to back his big California friend to the ex tent of Jack has unlimited faith in She prowess of J oo and says ho is confident that the California giant can Avhip any man in tho world Billy Madden Avas seen last night and ho said that there would be no dHlieulty about getting the necessary backing He also said that SSBOO had been volunteered in this city and that several of Joes California friends are eager to express confidence In their man so it Is only a matter ol1 a few clays be foro the matter is definitely arranged John L Sullivan said I have not as yet learned anything from the McAuliilo party since I issued my challenge but from what I hear from outside persons I feel sure they Avill raise tho necessary The Races GRANESKIID N Five and a half Fordham Avon Eon second Gregory third Time Burlington Avon Cynosure second NoAvorNover third Time Fiveeighths of a Greyroek won Chatham second Miss Itanson third Time Mile and an Grey Dawn won Badge second Vougeur third Time fiveeighths oi1 a Vagabond Avon Lord Harry second Blaoklock third Time Throofomths of Raymond Avon Puzzle secomVLomon Blossom third Time AT Vickery and Clcmunts Duryca aud Kttciian ilcQuside AT IJUSIES 11EKCV NKW YOKK May Rusie had the Clove land club at his mercy today strik ing out thirteen of them Attendance cw York 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 G Cleveland 0 OaOOOOOOx New York 11 Cleveland CluvrMainl 2 flusic and Hucklcy Gilks and Zimmor Powers aud Xuchurius OUTFLAYKD May The Pittsburg League club got even Avith the Bridegrooms won the clear allaround work Fine fielding marked the game At tendance 1GUO Itrooklvn 0 1 1 0 t 0 1 0 01 Iiusburp 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 05 Brooklyn S Pittsburg 9 Tirooklyji 3 1ittsburg 5 lluyljcs and Bushoiig and Biirgur Lynch AT BOSTON BOSTON May Up to the fifth Inning the League game Avas close and exciting to day but after that Chicago Avas outplayed afc every point Attendance 2000 1 0 0 0 1 5 0 1 Chicago U 000000114 Jiosion 14 Cliicngo 9 Uoston 5 ChicMgo 10 Gitxcin and Ihirdio Coughlin Nagle and KiUivdgo ilo DuruioLt Tlie Atncrican Association Brooklyn Syracuse OF CEDAR KEYS Sanguinary Career of a Wild and y Mayor HOWITZERS TURNED ON THE TOWN Gjrpsies Capitulate to Shotguns anl Homicidal Maniac Cicvcr Bunco of New York Smugglers Anestccl 9J Toledo 5 St Louis Rochester 7 Columbus Athletic 5 Louisvi lie THE and a sixteenth Blair second Dollikons B Avon third Time Fiveeighths of a George toAvn Avon Dundee second Huluomo third Time Milo and an English Lady Avon Glooknor second Clamor third Time Silver King Avon Julia Buckthorn third Time Mamie Fonso Birthday second Maeaulay third Time A mem JUMPING HORSE WASHINGTON D May S S rtow lands high jumping horse Ontario today made a jump of sOAren feet thus breaking his own and all other records Report of the Board of The He vision Discussion SARATOOA N May morn ing session of the Presbytedan general as sembly after devotional exorcises led by tho moderatoi1 and tho reading oC the re port of the committee on bills and over tures tho greetings of the assembly wore sent to the assemblies of tho Southern Pres byterians the Cumberland Presbyterians and tho United Presbyterians Kev J T Smith D reported for the commlMiue on revision of tho of the con fession of faith and catechisms that they had completed their work on tho confession and askod to bo continued for that on tho catechism which was done Tho of relief for disabled ministers and widows and orphans of deceased minis its thirtylifth annual re Tho number oi beneficiaries on tho roll was M1 ministers 308 widows and twen tyfour orphan with ono widow a medical missionary At tho Ministers Homo at Perth Amboy N eighteen families wore cared tor making a total of ilies twonbysevon more than last Tho report of tho committee on methods of mak ing changes in the confession and constitu tionwasdiscussed at length led tho debate in favor of the report Kev E M of againsfc Tho debate was continued at great length by Governor Beaver of Pennsylvania Dr Van Dyke Judge Baml Dr Patton and Elder Henry Day ofNew York The latter moved that sectionI1 of tho report which compels the assembly to send down pro posals oven if it doos not approve them stricken out and this was seconded journed until Monday be Ad A MAN STYLE EQUESTRIENNE Standing1 of ilic Clubs Following Is tho standing of oaoh club In tho thioo organizations at tho close of Fri days games CLUBS Urooklyn 11 381 NATION Ah AC UK CLUBS CinciniKiU NiiW York Pit tsb 533 000 555 rsn 500 473 lit 400 THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION CLUBS Tho Committee Denounced YORK May The New York Land League Council has sent tho Executive Com mittee of tho trisli National League a vig orous protest against the postponement of thoconvention Mr Par noil do slrod and adding that the excuse given was bub a shlftysubtorfugo to prevent tbo ranli and the Lcusuo Amwioa from ipcolvlrig from their servants an ac count of St IS 21 20 19 17 21 IS 13 15 11 10 y 9 S 723 714 550 470 123 400 277 The Players Brotherhood PHILADELPHIA Pittsburg Players Leagueoutbatted the local club to day but their hits didnot count as their errors lost them tho game Attendance 2000 0 0 0 3 0 2 3 Pittsbnrs Philiidolphisi 13 Pittsburs 4 and Millipni Stulny and Carroll Matthews ftiul Gunaihtr GIANTS AND H1SONS NEW YORK May Giants Brother hood took the Bisons into camp today by oulbatting them Attendance Sow 2307 013 220 0 1 York 15 Unffalo 9 York 6 und living Krock and Mack and Hol bcrt TUREK STRAIGHT GASIES BROOKLYN M ay Brother hood club won its third straightsame from Chlcaco this afternoon by beautiful fieldiiis and opportune batting Attendance 3000 1 0 6 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 030 0 0 02 lyn 2 Chicago 4 A Dashing Virginiaii Girl Bestrides a Horse in Central Park NEW YORK May San Francisco Chronicle as known tho first exhibition of the nnin stylo of public was given in Central Park this afternoon The rider was Miss Nettie Littel young pretty dash in and Tho start was mado with a niiilo escort at the Fifth avenue en tnince to the park the young woman riding a spirited gold ing The drive covered ten miles Miss Littel bestrode her mount with Oiise and rode so and grace fully that tho few ainong the vast throng in the park who noticed the novelty of her riding amired her ladylike carriage Miss Littel comes of an old Virginia family Her jacket is a cutaway trimmed with braid n In mttitairc Her waist is of white flannel and a tie to match The skirt Is a heavy doublekilted bifurcated one of walking length so arranged sis to be used Cor street wear unnoticed She wears knickerbockers and high top boots A costume light and comfortable for either riding or walking and one with which it is impossible to set caught in the saddle In regard to the sidesaddle Miss Littel says is a crueltyto both the horse and tins woman It tires the animal is liable to glvo spinal curvature and other trouble to tho woman leads to onesided development and is certainly ungraceful and The lady will be seen frequently hereafter riding astride as she does among her native Virginianhills MEXICOS SILENT Cook Kiu jmd Barnes Haltren and and BarsLon N May CleVeJand Brother hood team had an easy Bostons this afcernoori 0 2 0 5 3 0 Cleveland 4 ton 4 Cleveland 4 and Kelly and Joucs The National Jjcague local League club by a seventh Extensive liuins of GreekArchitect ure Discovered in Mountains Dis Chronicle inspector aud conservator of of tho Republic ins letter giving an account of some of important extensive ruins whichhave beon discovered by the llicoex podition atlluasteca and Vcractizana Ganr ton do Papanyila State of Vera a mountainous district which to have beon explored except by Indians The ruins arc located in a mountain locked country densely covered with trees and un dergrowth The buildingsdiscovered arc from four tolivo stories iii higbt and show dctided evidencesof the Greek school of architecture the cornices base indicating But cqver the sides are frescoes in various colors which have tho ravages of the elementsand appeaifas bright as the day they were painted Tho ruins coyer a large extent of country and are considered by Senor to be the most important discovery of the lastde cade ifnot of ttie hist century Numerous idols lire ancient city aiidthiu slabs of with Aztec tec hieroglyphics are set in the edifices Senor making to visit for the purpose of bringing the inscribed slabs to the national museum Ho city witbln theiiext fifteen The Merry Railroad War vigorouspassen gor rate cutting was indulged in Northwestern announcing a S3 to St jandtliQ Burlington andvAtcJiison roads cutstbDehver The 0200 00 Cinoinuati 112000 Philadelphia 13 Cincinnati 6 Pliiladclohia 3 2 4 6 00 37 Kansas andS2 jiuuu the Missouri river to Gpibrado points was this af tetnoon vacancy in the Worlds Fair directorate caused tby the resignation of Stuyvesant dent of the Illinois Central CEDAR May Dis Francisco Cedar Keys during the past week been in a condition not short of a siege The place has virtually been in the possession of Mayor Cottrell and a band of armed men Business his been at a standstill Men and women have been confined to their houses not daring to leave for fear of their lives Tho United States Custom House has been closed afthe point of the revolver and Col lector Pinkcrton Avas threatened that if he showed himself in the State ho would bo shot on sight Yesterday Collector Pinkerton succeede in getting a dispatch to the Treasury DC partment at Washington and today at p m tlio United States revenue sleume McLatio arrived off tho city coming u tinder a full head of steam from Tampa To night tho MoLano lies swinging to th tide OH tho city front her heavy twentyfou pounder hoAvitucrs turned on tho docks an her men ready to jump to the boats at moments notice for a dash to tho shore Mayor Cottrell and his band are at pros cut in hiding in the vicinity of the toAvn having taken to the woods on the approacl of the They declare that the Avill not be taken alive and it is said tha tho blue jackets of tho cutter will shoo them doAvn on tho slightest provocation I is expected Unit they will bo brought in dead William Cottrell the present Mayor o Cedar Keys is a son of oxSenator Cottrol of the Florida Legislature lie is in his sec ond term of office as Mayor Uoisamai of education and culture but possessing tho most lawless nature During the pas two years ho has held the towr at the point of his revolver and luring thepast year lias killed four men The police authorities of Cedar Keys have been absolutely under his control and men have been dragged from their houses con lined in jail fortyeight hours at a time or ordered to attend their Business Avith tho tincat given Avith a revolver that if they reported matters outside tbo city their lr Avould bo at stake Cottrells immediate family consisting of three brothers have declared that they Avill hunt the man Avho kills William to his death THE AVAR ON MARSHAL WEEKS TArTjAHASSKR May residence of Mrs E H Crafts an estimable Avidow lady living in the center of the town was lired into Iist night most fortunately hurting no one Several vollles were fired after Avhicl three or four men Avcrc seen stealing away tlio grounds The authorities have not tried to iind out the offenders Tho lady is engaged to United StatesMarshal We of Jacksonville and is also on his bond Mrs Crafts is living alono Avith her uncle John Bradley aged 34 a cousin of Associate Justice Bradley and two servants Mar shal Weeks left on the first train for Talla hassee from Jacksonville and ho says that somo one Avill be hurt if this thing keeps on A HOMICIDAL MANIAC BERLIN May police havo arrested a servant girl Avho is charged Avith havin decoyed aAvay young children stuffed their mouths Avith earth so that they could make no outcry and then strangled them She gives no reason for her crimes scons to be unconscious of their enormity and is indiffer ent to tho consequences Medical experts pronounce it a case of homicidal mania nESCDJSD FllOJI QYJPSIES NEW YOIIK May band of strolling Gypsies on Monday last kidnaped Joseph the fiveyearold son of Henry Mitchell of Bloom field New Jersey John Andrews a charcoal peddler living near dis covered the childs Avhereabouts and the childs father in company with his neigh bors and two bloodhounds Avent in pursuit of tho gypsies After a journey of two or three miles tho pursuing party caught sight of the band Avhich they signalled to halt and finding that flight was Impossible they complied The Mitchell party AVliich had been reinforced along the road leveled their shotguns and demanded tho return of the boy At first they denied all knoAvledge of the lad but seeing that their pursuers Aver ein deadly earnest they asked for a parley After a good deal of talk tho chief of the gypsies Avho Avas in a Avagon Avith his Avife bent down and picked up the missing boy Avho had been lying tied hand aud foot in the bottom of the Avagon The old chief threw the lad out of the wagon on to the roadway Thb gypsies Avere then driven out of the valley at the point of guns A aiailDttllOUS HUSBAND BiifOHAMPTOir May this morning William Moeller standing not more than six feet from his Avife discharged a load of shot into her back TJie woman is in a critical condition Moeler had been drinking heavily for sev days and this morning atabout oclock became violent and secured pos session of a shotgun Avhich was loaded His Avife who oil many previous occasions had Tjecii brutally attacked by him became ralarmed and attempted to leave the house Moeller observed this remarked No you dont you cautslip through rny fingers this f The Avoman the door fol lowed by her husband Avhp standing on tho step of his residence fired directly at her She reeled for a momentthen recovered her succeeded in reachingthe house of a neighbor Moeller reloaded hisgun and after additionally arming himself Avith a large dirk locked himself in his rooih and swore ho would kill the first man Avho ap proached him an hour be fore the police succeeded in arresting him While the officers attracted his attention to the front door Chief of Police Mead climbed through a rear entrance and seized Moeller AVJIO still held tbo guivand dirk The chief sustained several cuts on and arms A SPIUITtrAUSiP BILK SENTENCED GRAJSTD May WalterE Keid the now famous Avho bilked dupes all over the United States out of one dollar bills arid Avho at his trial to give a seance in court to iiot a fraud Avas thisihorning sentenced by States Court icr one in the house of The spirit Dualists are itmehi that the using themailsfprfraudu in a tin box and MnguSre took it to the bank to deposit it Tho tin box f course wjis empty and the two strangers cleared out Avith the oilier tin box and tlie cash KUAINKD UY A LUNATIC FKHKroiiT May IT Associated tsiporimendont Kiistnger of the county poor farm ind a farm hand named Ganglo started out in a Avagon togot her with an insane patiout uamtd Wllholm to build a fence Keisingcr and in tho seat and thelunatio stood behind Sud denly without warning he piekod up an ax from the bed of tho wagon and eloft tho skull of Keisingor Ganglo jumped from the wjiiron and ran for his life The maniac hurriihly miitibited Kelsingers body and then ran into the woods Ho has not yet been found and great fear is expressed lest he commit other crimes KUJjKn HA A 1H7ROLAK OMAHA May C Poor proprietor of the Nebraska Laundry Avas shot and in stantly killed by a burglar last night No duo to Uio eriniinal KS AKKKSTKD THKKB S YOHK May An important pots ure of mens elothing cutlery ami briea brae wiiJi made this afternoon by Speeial Treasury Agent Wilbur The contraband art ieles were in parcels and trunks and had been eairied from tho stenmer City of Now which reached here on Wednesday by Stewards Hughes Bnkev and Hart Tho three stewards virtually aeknowledged their guilt They had entered into an arrange ment witli two lirms to bring pareels of mens clothing into this country Tho prisoners Avoni con mitted to jail in default of bail SKNATOIl WASmxGTOX May A thief entered the apartments of Senator Tngnlis today during the temporary absence of the family and secured jewelry valued at several hun dred dollars a rich of by strangersV 0 II Is Magulro an d alleged tried in the banlc The tian consented provided the cashier andMaguire would each putinSoOOO To humor Maguire and tbe other coaseuted Thamoney was cut1 A TERRIBLE NIGHT THE CITY OF TOfSK SWEPT BY CY CXOXE AND FIRE Stinging Cold Weather Adds to tlio Dis Firo Damp Children ISurned ST PETERSBURG May scenes are reported as having occurred during tho burning of Tomsk the capital of Western Siberia The place was visited simultane ously by a conflagration and a cyclone tho result being the destruction of threequar ters of tho town and a loss of hundreds of lives Tho cathedral is in ashes Tho walls in fall ins crushed an adjacent hospital burying inmates Avho were roasted alive The garrison brutally refused to render assistance in saving liACS and property The bishop and priests marched through tho burning city Avith sacred emblems and ad ministered absolution to the dying and blessed the dead Tho panicstricken suf ierors huddled together in tho streets firmly believed that the end of the Avorld had come and abandoned themselves to stolid despair The storm was followed by a sudden fall in the temperature and soon tho devastated city Avas buried in a mantle of snoAV and the stinging cold added to tho sufferings of tho thousands of L shelterless men women and children 1TOUR CHILDKEX CREMATED May Tato a negro Avont to church Avith his wife last night leaving his four children home locked in The house burned to the ground and all the children Avere cremated A FIJttiDAMP KXPIpSION WIUKESBAIUIE May explosion of firedamp occurred this evening at tho Empire Colliery of the Lehigb Valley and Wilkesbarro Coal Company Two men William Thomas and RobertCraAvford Avere killed They were doing somo repair Avork and it is supposed fired tho gas The ex plosion Avas a violent one It shook tho Avhole mine and set fire to tho timber At a late hour tonighttho lire Avas raging fiercely Several other men Avere in tho mine but after great difficulty Avere rescued unia jured A SCHOONER ASHORE KINGSTON May threemasted schooner is ashoro near Horse Shoe Islands She is fast going to pieces It Is expected she will be lost before assistance arrives It is bloAving a gale CRIME AT SPOKANE PROCEEDINGS The Gentleman Prom Indiana Up ends Himself and Howls THE TARIFF DEBATE OVERSHADOWED By mini Flanked ly His Party ccives the Censtiro the House as A Decoration of Most Exciting Session A Fatal Highbinders Quarrel EuRciie Claudis Brought Bade SPOKANE May 17 Special to of Police Warren af ter a two weeks absence in St Paul where ho has been malting a hard fight with the courts to hold Eugene Olaudis wanted for the robbery of from his employer A Sour of this city until requisition papers could arrive returned with his prisoner to day who wus lodged in jail pending a hear ing Five hundred dollars of the stolen money was recovered A HIGHBINDER Ah Lee and Mee Yun two Celestials liv ing in Highbinders den on First street be anie involved in a quarrel this evening over a Chinese girl The fracas ended in the former shooting the latter through the ieck fatally wounding him Lee was ar ested and lock ed up pending the result of Yuns An Ogdeii Conductors Distinction ROCHESTER N May the session of the railway conductors today the elec tion of officers was taken up On Grand Chief Conductor three ballots resulted in lection The officers elected were Grand liief Conductor E E Eeksirt Ogden lit ah rand Junior Conductor 7 D Shukz Rochester N Y Grand Inside Sentinel F J Dorsey Winnipeg Grand Outside Sen inel P S Butler Sioux City Tlic next iOnvcntiOM will be held tt St Louis Grand Chief Conductor Wheaton declined to be a andidate for renomination on account of jeing opposed to the elimination of the strike clause An Original Package Saloon OPEKA May For the first time n five years intoxicating liquors are being sold openly in Topeka An agent for a lead ug Kansas Citywholesale liquor house has opened up an original package shop The unusual sight of an open sale of intoxicants attracted many people to the original package csh op and the sidewalk in front of he place was crowded all day Tvro Caliibrnians Die SAN FRANCISCO May William P Ful er one of the most prominent merchants of Francisco died tills wornlng of a para ytic SANTA BAEJJABA May ExState Senator J P Redirigtonv a pioneer f the larger wholesale drug house of Red ngton San Francisco died here to May 17 In tbo House a conference was ordered on the Senate Anti Trust bill Tho House then went into Com mittee of the Whole on the Tariff bill Mo Kiuloy asked that UJG committee proceed as promptly us possible upon the amend ments offered by the Committee on Ways and Means that other gentlemen who had tuncndments K offer might bo recognized McMillan declared that the man ner in which this bill was being considered WHS fair neither to tho House nor to tho taxpayers of tho country It wys utterly impossible to consider and debate tho bill in tho few days allowed by tho rigorous rulo reported by tho Committee on Rules Brockinridgo opposed tho amend ment to tho Tariff bill which fixes a duty of GO cents per square yard and 40 per cent ad valorem on Oriental Berlin and similar rugs After some further debate tho amendment was agreed to A number of other amendments by Mo Kinley were adopted OuthAvaito Ohio attacked the drawback feature of the bill declaring that ir would bo for tho Interest of the Standard Oil Company MeKinlcy called attention to tho fact that in tho Fortyeighth Congress the Democratic Committee on Ways and Means had brought in a bill providing for a drawback not of 00 per coat but of 100 per cent Outhwaito asked for recognition but Swcney was recognized by tho Chair Mills thought sonic Democrat should bo The Chair Gros venor said he had recognized today seventeen Democrats and seven Republicans Sweney remarked that tho Democratic party of Ohio was a friend of the Standard Oil Company challenged tho gentleman to show what legislation tho Democratic Ohio Legislature had ever passed for the benefit of the Standard Oil Company Sweney suggested that tho Standard Oil Company had legislated a Democratic Sen ator into the United States Senate Outhwaito denied the accusation DTo offered an amendment to the drawback paragraph providing that the rebate should not bo paid on tin used in tho transporta tion of petroleum or coal oil Rejected 00 to 10U Anderson Henderson Mason Oheadle Kelly DuunolKaud Kcrr votud in the affirmative The drawback section was on motion of Monill amended so as to read that where imported ma terials on which duty is paid used in tho manufacture of articles manufactured in tho United States thero shall on exportation of articles a drawback equal In amount to tho duties paid on the materials used less one per centum of such duties provided that when the articles ex ported are in part from domestic ma terials tho Imported the parts of tho articles made from such materials shall so appear in tho completed articles that the quantity or measure thereof may be ascertained and provided further that the drawback on any article allowed under the existing law shall bo continued at tho rate therein provided that the imported material used in oho manufacture of arti cles cnti tied to a drawback of customs when exported shall In all cases where a drawback of duties paid ou such materials is claimed be identified and the quantity of such materials used arid the amount of duty paid thereon be ascertained The fact of the 7iianufactory of such articles in tho United States and the exportation tnere from should be determined and the draw back given thereon should be made to the manufacturer or exporter to an agent of either or to persons to whom such icanu facurer exporter or agent should In writing order such drawback paid under such reg ulations as the Secretary of the Treasury should McKluley offered a long amendment to the Internal revenue clause raalnlyof an administrative which was or dercd printed ann went over untilMonday This disposed of the committee amendments Bayne speaking to a verbal amend ment sentto the clerks desk and had read a letter irom James Campbell of Pittsburg denying statements hla charactermade a few days sineeby Bynum and Wilson W Inthe letter lie strongly attacks those gentlemen Springer said the letter was unworthy of being pur ou tho record of the Houseand unworthy of the gentleman who presented Wheeler made the point of order that the letter should be stricken from the record The Chair ruled the gentleman ted the letter responsible for It offered an amendment to plifetati schedule proviso that silver ores containinglead shall pay a dirty of cents per pound on lead con tained according to sample and assay at the port of entry iiyn urn claimed recognition on a question of iferflbijal privilege relating to the Camp bell letter r Then ensued a scene of uproar Bynum endeavored to proceed but was shouted down by the Republican side Bayne added to the confusion by exclaiming at the top of his voice that a gentleman for whom ha had the highest respect had been with forgery and ho wanted to present letter in his defense Breckmridge shoutedout to Ythe chairman that It was not fair a man who had been publicly attacked and let a man speak who made himself sponsor of tho slanderer Amid intense excitement Bayne was heard to declare that Campbell was equal in every respect to the member from Kentucky and Breckinridge to assert that he had no doubt but the member froin Pennsylvania took the man fas hlistandard of After half of Bynmrise cured the floor amid comparative guiet and said th at tlie Campbell ertect that Wilson and he had said thatfif teen dollars a month was enough for any glass In hlsidistrlct where knownthe affidavit had iiotbeeu eirculatedv but it had trict He had telegraphed t6 ginia papers denouncing liar and a perjurer Since the gentleman Carlisle KyV Alay G Car isle was Stated by ho Assembly injoint The Temperature 54 New Or eans Sti EduisV 58 Cincinnati 56 Chi rv May Consular Agent of the vUnitcdv tates committed suicide No reason is mown sewer through which this bell bad made Chsadle that the language was out of mderfct The chair thought this connection har taken down tvnile Morganii front oJ the chaiimaas desfcjWB both the   

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