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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                CIRCULATION EXCEEDING THAT or In the City Combined THE MOST EXTENSIVI Iu the Mountain VOL 195 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY MOKSTESG MAY PRICE FIVE CB1STS S Ori LA Saving His Tariff Eloqftcncc for Sen Use PROHIBITION IN THE NEW STATES Senators Who Bollove ft Retardn Testi mony Jioforo the ArkuiiHits Com IJoiirW Behrliig Sen Aotca WASHINGTON May Ito InirifiHoo SuiluM change of niinrl unfiorgono by Mr Oarilsh within tins last In rogard to his spctscii Is significant As iat as noon ho was Htlli firm to rnako tho closing spoooh on tailtf in Uio House but last night ho clnmgud iind this morning ho announces that lio will not speak in Ooufo but content lilnisolf voting against tho Mo ivlriluy and rosirving his spoooh until tho bill comas up In tho Sonato and then hern must havo boon a groat deal of HosHiiro brought to bear upon Mr Carlisle for titls closing sjmooti in Mio llouso has boon a pun idea with him When ho loft for Kon ho tolfl tlio as amoiii bor of thu Ways and Moans Coimnlttoo was onUUod to unlimited time for a speech aiic ho have It When ho waft In contest ho telegaphfd and wrote to liis that he would mako tho itpneoh and as ho left Frankfort Ills Just jnesHiigf to the Capitol was In regard to tills speech and his determination to rnako Jt Therefore the Democratic Senators must have forenil him to reserve the speueh to their side In the UppmHouse At any rate tho change of front has ooca dlonofi talk and all say at onco that Iho position the rnovo will glvn Carlislo in tlio will be that of loader which will most mortifying to tho old Democrats who have hitherto thought rhenisolvos loacl OIH in tho Senutoon theiisldo WlflSKV ANO ITlOHIMRITY On tho lounges anil in tho smokingrooms tlie Senate yesterday afternoon somovuiy wero discussed In a prlviito way In connection wltn tlio amend ment ic the Interstntfi law re porled by Senator Wilson of Iowa prohibit ing the shipment Into prohibition States of original packages of Tho mnasuro intended to tliwnrt tlio operation of tlio rocent decision of the Supremo Court to tlio ylVectt that Stato laws cannot bo enacted to prohibit the sale of In tholr original form and rrcoivod from other Thi question uppermost la tlio minds of tlie Senators In whether It Is not a verysorl ous blow to tlio business Interests of a now Suilo to enact prohibition laws whothor It will not koop out iieoplo and on to rp rises necessary lo tho development of a now State H was agreed that tlie new Stato of duveloped moro rapidly In ono year under wellregulated than it has In live years under prohibition It was contended by tlio Senators that tho DalcotaM Iould not havo lono anything wliieh would havo operated more surluusiy their Iritornal devolopmnnt against the introduction of capita and manufactor ies tluni tlie enactment of their prohibition laws for tho reason tnat no oim will loeato hi a iroliibitlon Htato simply bocauso there are prohibition laws In foroo whllo tho of tlm lopulatlon of tho country and Miobulk of capital will not locate In a prohibition State for olthor business or social reasons Soveral who supported tho Wil son amendment frankly acknowledged that they did so against tholr judgment that tlioy wero compelled to do sobonauso they woro so InstruottMl by heir constituents and tho prohibition party in their Stato hold tho balaiuo of power and is tho action of tholr ropiisentatlves in Congress It is believed the Wilson amimdmont will fall in tho Iluuso KOM EFFECT WASITINOTON May OoinooiaMo minority of tho Ways and Moans Committee as a result of a consulta tion morning Instructed Carlisle to olYer In tho llouso a motion to recommit tho Tariff blU to the Ways and Means Commit too with instructions to report back tho bill reducing taxation from tho existing rates Of course It Is not oxpected that the motion will provtdl but tho purpose of Its submis sion Is to place tho Democrats on record us eiuloavorlng to carry out tho views ooutalnod in their National platform SOM18 INiKMKSClNO TESTIMONY Thotuibcoiniuitteo of tho HOUSD Commit too investigating tlio Clay ton oasio mob this monilng U taku tho testimony of a young man tuimocl Ho said that on tho night of tlio it was re portod at Morrillton that Howard hud gone Democrat iu ami tlio nogroos wero Olng to raise a row Invitation of Oliver ItOJitloy and Walter Wells witness about a other young mon started about chirk for Su minor vi Ho It was tholr intention to stop any row tho nogroud mMit ralso They got within a quar ter of niilu of tbo polling place whore tho main party rested whllo Bontloy and Wells rodo in town to oxamino tho situ ation It wus found that nil was quiet and tho party turned back to MoiHllton Witness said that O and P Wolls had tbo ballotbox Tlioy uarrlod it into Wollss storo Ho said George Ho ut ov was shot in tho back by Oliver who as sorted rhat it wus an accident It had boon stated that George Intended tottiin States evldoMOO Witness said ho had lived in Oregon since leaving Arkansas and lately in Indian Torritory Uo was confident that Wolls and Oliver Kontley had tho Witness added that 1m had boon ar rostod at IMao Uluu for Intimidating a su pervisor but had not boon near Tine Bluff on olootion day Witness said that ho loft Arkansas and wont to Oregon to cut loose from Wolls and It had got so that whatever they sjld ho had to do and ho wanted to got into a now oountry where he wouldnt havo to steal ballot boxes Ho would return to Morrillton wore Shelley not Sheriff The latter might put up a job on him or kill him Adjournod till Friday when oxAuornoy General Garland foiBreckinrldge will pro ijeut evidence in rebuttal SAN FRANCISCOS ASSISTANT TKRASUBBJl The Senate confirmed tho nomination of John P Jackson to bo assistant treasurer of the United States at San Francisco SAX FRANCISCOSITUS IHSCUSSKU The Secretary of tho Treasury Atturnoy Gonenil and FostmasterGonoral who are clmrgtd by Congress with tho selection of a site for u public building at San Francisco held a eonforonce at tbo Treasury Depart ment this afternoon and considered tho re port of the commission appointed to inspect the ditlorontsites suggested No conclusion reached and another conference will be neld tomorrow THE INSTRUCTIONS Secretary WJndom today signed orders for the revenue cutter directing that she Immediatelysail to Oumilaska nnd then cruiseinBchring Sea guard violations of tho statutes on sealing jivitiers The instrnotions will not differ uaterlally from last arc much nioro specifio Efforts will be made to avoid repctltlonof last years experience with crows It is understood aocordingtp nrosont instructions that vessels caught the law will bo dismantled anddo privocl of all means of further violation Their logs and all skins will also ho Tho Secretary of Xavy today ac cepted the dynamite cruiser Baptist Publication Society CiiiCAOo May annual meeting of the American Publication Society was begun hero this morning The ropoit of tho board of managers was road at great nglh Jt showed that during tho last forty years the average annual increase of membership was and it was pointed out that the publication society was on gaged in training these converts dis tributing literature Tho receipts of tho hook department during the year were missionary department Hiblo department total number of publications again of over tho preceding year Tho finan cial statement shows tho net assets to bo and that the society is much more than TIIJJ UIC ATCHISON DKAL All Wall Street About Signed JJOSTON May completing the Atchlsou and St Louis San Francisco negotiations have boon signed The A tchison say that no oflicial announcement of the will bo made until every detail is arranged VOHK May street is talking today about the big railroad deal by which tho A tchison is to obtain possession of tho St Louis it San Francisco and con sequently of tho Atlantic 1acHic there by securing a lino which will eventually bo extended to San Francisco Keports from iioston say the have boon signed but tho official annomiccmojil of theterms is not yet rnitdo In a general way it is thought that tho A tchison will purchase the entire property and franchises owned by tho St Louis San Francisco The represen tatives of tlie latter road are the Suligmans It is thought that of Atchison fourporcent bonds and of Atch ison incomes now held in tlie companys treasury will be exchanged for St Louis it Francisco bonds and preferred stock Tt is also understood that there be a new Issue of Atohison stock which will be exchanged for St Louis San Francisco at a rate of of Atohison for tliruo of St Louis Sail Francisco com A SENSATIONAL EXPOSE TUKJi KKS TO CAJP A Provisional Government WSIK to He Joelnri3 and Annexation to tlio United Ktatos Would SAN FKANCISCO May ClironMc four columns In giving complete du of mi ullogufl conspiracy to capture LoworUuliConihi and found an independent followed by iiiiiioxaUon to United Status ruvulatioius it itivulvo a number oC prominent capitalists intorostofl in LowoiCalifornia iambi uul minus and wullknowitcltixons ol Los Angolus and Diigo which lattor city appears to have been Um headquarters outllnu of tin plan it is was Ior tho Land and Col ony Company composed of wisalUiy Kngllsh rnon owing on tlio peninsula to placo In a wullknowii San muico capitalist tobo used iu ud viuiultig tlii interests ol tho lillibustoiiirs Tim largo sviiruliousoof tho IJngllsh4company was to bo tilled with ammunition and provision for tho revolutionists Tlio ollioois of tlio Knglish corporation claim that tho policy ol tho Moxioan ollioials in Lowii California has boon ruinous to the land Intorusts of Uio company which has boon obliged to expend thoiiKandsof dollars in Its and tho salvation of Uio company tlioy assert linuUy doponds upon sucuiing tho annoxatlon of Lower to tho Status A lobby has bison wording at Washington In tlio com jianys inturust but as tlio pmspocrs foi action wuro uiifavoralilo tlio JillbustoiIiig oxpoclitioii was upon Two propositions woro Ono was to capture tho othoiwas to Introduco u largo numbor ol Americans to tho peninsula ostensibly as railroad labor ers tho manofwai itiul at tho same tlmo to give a picnic and ball In honor of tho Moxioan ollloials anil in tho midst of tho fostlvltlos to uaptiuu the garrison and tliu roadn and lolograpli linos Simultaneous risings at Alamo and Tia Juano woro tu tako placo Suvorul mootlngs In jSlarch and April wero hold by tho projectors of tho cxpodltion and at 0110 of thoso the facts booamo icnowu to newspaper rispiesontatlvus Wliun tho peninsula had boon a provisional Government wiis to bo declared OH or about August 1st and martial law was to bo on forced Tho land of tlio peninsula was to ho and after a peaceful oidor of things had boon soon rod negotia tions fur annexation to tho United States would follow Tho names of tho projectors given and tho troasuroiof tho com a wealthy roskloutof Miuucapolls is aald to bo intorostod DEATH OF MllS MASTJBItSON Hor Cruel Treatment at the Hands of tho Notorious KxJmlgc YouiCv May Florence K Mastorson wife of Murat Master son of Iresoott tho man whoso sporting affair in Mrs Kopklnsons flat re cently brought him notoriety died suddenly todaV at tho Grand Union Hotel this city Wlion MiA Mastorsou heard of tho shooting ulValr she started East from Doming N her homo to havean under standing with hor husband On her arrival sho wrote Masturson requesting an Interview There was no response and sho wrote again with the same result Dr Adams of 1 111 East Thirtieth street is a nephew of Mrs Mastorson Upon her ar rivalsho raid a visit to Dr Adams and lias been in consultation witli him In refer ence to hor Yesterday morning Mrs Mastorsou sent again to her husbands olliooin Wall stroot bogging him to oorno ami see hoi lie had not put in an appear ance About C oclock this evening Mrs Mastor son wont to hor nephews bouse and told Dr Adams that her husband had not como to soe her ho was very much grieved at his nonaction In tho matter and gavo way to hor Pr Adams did all ho could to console her About oclock Mrs Masteison expressed a desire to go back to the hotel lr Adams accom panied hor They rodo up on the elevator to tho second story where Mrs Mnstorsons room was lovutod Dr Adams stopped out ilrst and assisted his aunt out Just as sho stopped into tho hallway sho gave a shriek and foil Into tlio arms of hor nephew Quo glance wus sufficient to toll Dr Ad ams that she wasdoad lie started out to find oxJudgo Mastorson and informed him of his wifes death Mnstorsoh was much atTeetcft by the news and went at once to tho Grand Union Hotel At the hotel it is said Dr Adams loft word that tho cause Mrs Mastesons death was heart disease Dr Adams could not bo found Mastorson is wealthy Ho has and owns imues at Mexico and Chihuahua Ho is 47 years and gray1 haired Mrs Mastorson was 38 years old Alice Hopkinson with whom Master son had his trouble is a well known fre quenterof racotracks Tonight when a reporter wont to Mrs HopkAnsons was refused admission Mrs Hopkinson was soon hisfclo hi full evening costume aud tho house was brilllantl3r lighted The Collins Report Denied KANSAS CITY May Beatrice says that Collins the railroad contractor reported to havo been killed iaNevada is alive and woll in Ta oorau Aornrrtfil TOT SENfcGALESE An Army of Fifteen Bandrcd Pat to the Sword LANGTRYS NOCTURNAL DIVERSIONS Her Midnight Frolic at St Jamess Raid on Bellwood and Her Intrigues in Trial PAHTS May Francisco Chronicle Series of the recent victory in Senegal have reached here Tlie hero tit the occasion was Lieutenant Colonel Archiiiard commander of the ex peditionary forces in French Soudan The Colonel oaptnrod the saurcd city of Sugow Sikoro on the UpperNiger one of the capitals of KingAlmiadou on April ith and afterwards established it as a base ofoporafclons at tho same time taking advantage of tho revolt tho natives iigalnst tho King to secure allies Advanc ing irom Segou ho marched towards Nioro this second capital of Ahniaclon which lies almost direcCly north of tlio station of Hufoulablo in Upper Senegal Tho King to recover his capital intrenched himself at a village midway between Segou and Nioro Here his army men was attacked by JolunoL Archinard April 2Cth The Colonel routed the Kings forces and took possession of tlio village Tlie light was a bloody ono and Ahmadous army was utterly destroyed In tho rout tho Kings forces wore cut to pieces by the native allies of the Kronch who showed no quarter to tlie fugitives Tlie French troops Included 400white infantry and marines and some hundreds of Senegalese and Soudanese Tho allied forces lost only iftoon killed while tho wounded numbered sevontytwo Whon the dispatches left Senegal it was reported that Colonel Archi nard intended to occupy Nioro and Later regain tho French pasts In Senegal on tho route to Kounlakry A HAII OX BEMVWOOtt LONDON May a lively scone took place avthe Miisic Hail last evening when a bailiff sought to collect tho amount of a imlgmont against Bossio Bell wood Ou Miss Bollwoods arrival at tho in a hansom cab accompanied by the Duke of Manchester who was a party to thu action a lawyers clerk and two bailiffs pounced on the pair Manchester lumped out of the far side oftho vehicle and having a good start ran frantically down the street jumped into another cab and disappeared Miss Bollwood was taken Into tho private olliee of tlio manager The ushers and stage hands at onco assembled and throw tho bailiffs bodily into tho streot Thelatter proceeded to tho police station and having obtained a posse returned and arrested tlio singer Tho money wassubsequently paid and sho was released The manager of tho Mieatcr and his assistants willbo arraigned at Marlborough police station for assaulting tlio olHoois NOCTURNAL Society is aghast at tho latest diversions ofMrs Laugtry Ono night last week a supper was given at tho St James Theater at which were present Lord Lurgan and several guardsmen with other mon about town Lively scones tobk placo and at 3 oclock in the was proposed to run iapes around St Jamess Square near by to the astonishment a welltipped po liceman who grinned at the swells in oven ing hoss but with their coats oil racing around tho enclosure with Mrs Langtry and a couple of women her boon compan ions wrapped in fur coats looking on and shrieking with laughter Charles Sngden the actor ran a saclc race with Ernest Law ford of the guards and they foil and rolled over each other In tho mud Tho gasman of St James Theater then arranged hurdles for a race of 100 yards between Mrs Langtry and Bouchiei a fashionable youth tho latter allowing Lily twenty yards tho start but lie lost by twofoot After the race tho party returned to tho theater whore Mrs Langtry distributed prizes consisting of lowers slippers and stock ings Tho proceedings terminated at C oclock in tho mornhig WILlj DISCLOSK RUSSIAS INTRIGUES VIENNA May trial of Major Pan in tho Bulgarian sotvice and Captain Kilovof a liusslan olliccr and nine Bulgar ian olllcers and four civilians charged with conspiring to overthrow tho government opened at Sofia today having boon post poned fromtho The Knssian Govern ment has Uoon trying desperately to havo Tan and his conspirators released but without avail and a full disclosure of tho proceedings of its agents to overthrow tlio reigning prince and subvert tho government is now sure to bo made The trial accord ingly assumos tho importance of a political ovont involving thorelations of llussia and Austria and is likely to lead to grave com plications Tho city of Sofia is in a highly excited condition this morning and the stieots are crowded A groat number of strangers are noticed among tho throngs around tho building where Uio trial is going on and there are fears that au attempt will be made to rescue the prisoners by force Tho entire garrison is under arms and Prince Ferdinand is in council with his Ministers at tho palace VKANCES SOTEllIOU FORCES BERLIN May Minister of War General Vcrnois in explaining tho military situation before tlio budget committee of tho Kcichstag yesterday made the important statement that tho French army is now stronger than tho German by twentyseven battalions T11K GERMAN MILITARY HILL May Tho budget committee of the Reichstag con tinued consideration of the Army bill today Tho Minister of War explained to tho committee that tho bill was aimed to give a military training to all men fit for service After the bill passed ad ditional men would bo available General Van Falkensteln of thoPrussian War Office in reply to a question said that a reduction of the term of compulsory military service two yours was impossible at present A STANJVEY DIN NEK LONDON May London Chamber of Commerce gavo a dinner this evening in honor of Stanley and his colleagues Miss Tennant Stanleys fiance was present A CHINESE BANK A Shanghai dispatch to the Standard says it is reported that an important Chinese hank will be started with branches at all the ports of the country An bank is believed to bo in the enterprise Promises havo beenre ceived of a large amount of native capital to support the new concern THE HAGUE May from Achpam say that tho Dutch lost tnree killed and fourteen wounded icia futile attempt to recover the position from which obey had been driven by tho natives The latter lost fourteen killed JttORE BANK CIIOOKEDJNTESS Q The New iXork Baulc of America Bun ou Curious Principles PniLADjELPuiA May of the creditors of the defunct Bank of Ainerica today number of jofTicers of that institution Inf orination on the books of had no there The money had been paid out to them arid for the American Asso ciation and tlie American Life Insurance Company by orders of President Pfoiiler of the bank The subordinates examined knew nothing about tht reasons Therefor except that they had orders from the president as to paying the checks fixing tlie accounts Secretary Work of tho Ameri can Financial Association was unable to ex plain where all the money had gone to but managed to tell the committee that nearly all the securities held by the institution now had been and the amount on which money can be realized is not very large Tho investigation will bo continued The Silver Bow Frauds HELENA May Supremo Court of Montana today decided the con tested election of Sheriff of Silver Bow county involving tho validity of the vpte in the famous precinct No 34 The Court unanimously held that tho vote of the pre cinct was so irregular in all respects and so saturated with proven fraud that it should bo entirely rejected This elects theSheriil and all tbu Republican oflieers in Silver Bow county THE SPORTING RECORD ITJSMS OF INTEREST CONCERNING THIS GREAT SLUGGJBRS Two Finish Flfflits JOast Uiirrod by Slavlu uml JL51uilbd Out by Busobull Games NEW YORK May TRIBUNE Dispatch San Francisco ClmmicU Billy Mad den today received word from tho Golden Gate Athletic Club of San Francisco that they would like to arrange a match between Too McAuliJTe and J L Sullivan to take placo at their rooms Madden replied that Sullivan says he will fight MoAulilYe before Jackson He says for McAtiiilio that tho latter will light Sullivan on his own terms and put no obstacles in his Hero quests the club to negotiate with Sullivan LACKS JMIK COIN McAuiniG has been searching very industriously for the extra Sf000 which John L Sullivan demands before he will mako a match with the Westerner and tlie answer that his manager will give the big fellow today will bo that lie has not found the S10 000 but he will fight him at any time or any place Cor 55000 a side Billy Madden said yesterday Wmuu anxious to get oil i light with this miuiSuiliviui There is no rrascm m the world why his should object to lighting for fcOUU i side We have tlio money and will post tho wliolo of it ifc any place ami il uiy time it may siiitbulhvan JIc hiis been talking u groat deal about MoAuhfle and his to us looking for a matoli but Sullivan puttlKul his figures up to that is just more than wo have nt 1 hnvii Ilirsou1 JMvies that 1 woulil liku Uigotji umrouiul go with Jackson in Chicago and I inn waking to hear from nun ExSenator Brady who controls the Vir ginia Sporting Club to which organization tlio Legislatureof that State recently granted a charter by which prizelights or any other kind ofcontests may bo hold on its is Sullivans warm friend and ho has boon in town tor several days during which time lit has had frequent interviews with the big fellow It is understood that tho club is willing to glvo a purse of for a finish tight between McAuliUc aud CHICAGO May Associated Tommy White and Billy Brcnnan local fought at Pino Station today White was knocked out Both moii were badlypun ished KNOCKED OUT BY TRE KID BuTfjfALO May Frank McHugh of Cincinnati and James Konnard the St Paul fought tonight at the Arling ton McHugh being out in twentysix rounds JlAULUilMS BARRED OUT NEW YOIIK May A cablegram from London was received at the Police Gazette olTico today stating that Frank Slavin de clines to meet Joe the latter has been beaten by Jackson Slavin will light tlio winner of the SullivanJackson match or Jim Oorbett for JACKSON HEADED THIS WAY CHICAGO May Parson Davies with Peter Jackson and others left tonight for San Francisco They will stop at Omaha Denver Salt Lake and Ogdon The Players Brotherhood NEW YORK May The Giants by their good plnyina wonan easy victory this afternoon from the Chicago Brotherhood Attendance York 0000003025 ciiiengo York 11 Chicago i ErrorsNew York 1 Chicago 4 Keefo and Kwing King nnd BoyleUmpires Gaffiuoy and Barnes AT BOSTON BOSTON May Had Rndbournos support bcin it ought to Imvc been the Pittsburg Brotherhood Club would have been shutout this afternoon Attendance 1500 Boston 0 0 0 4 3 103 putsbum o o o o 0 o 110 IJostou 11 Pittsburg 9 7 Pittsbuiff G Riidbounic and Kelly Staley and Carroll Kniglit AT BBOOKtYX BitooKijrs May The Buffalo Brotherhood toumphiyedasliU game today and pulled out victorv in Uio ninth Attendunce 400 Brooklyn S 0 2 D BuZio o o so o i o o SQ Rrookiyn 8 Buftalo 8 Errors Brooklyn Buffalo 3 Wan Haltren and AVinslow Keefe and Muck Holbort aud Ferguson AT PniiADELirniA Slfty The local Brbtrierhood toam won the frame this afternoon in the seventh inning by bunching four singles and two doubles Attendance 1200 Philadelphia 1 0 0 10 0 5 0 07 Cleveland 0 00 0 0 0 0 0 Ml Philndclphisi S Cleveland 7 Clevehuul 4 Buston and Jlilhgan OMJrion aud Sutoliifc Matthews aud Guuuing v The National League BROOKLYN May The home team by their oiivv liatting easily defeated the Cincinnati League ulub this afternoon Attendance 000 1 0 0 00104 0 S 0 0 5 10 Brooklyn Cuiciunati JO Brooklyn 3 BatteriesFore man mid Baldwin Lovell and Daly Lynch AT 150STOX BOSTOX May Tlio League game this after noon exulting contest ten innings being ipquircd to decide the result Boston won by a timely hit and daring baserunning Attendance iSston 0 0 OOOO 0000 0 0 0 0 Glovcland S Boston 1 OlovLlaiul 3 Kichols n ml Bardic and Zimmcr Me Derniott ATNEW YOltK NEW YOKK Miy Baker was poorly sup ported Pittsburg League club this after noon and this fact explains why the game was so onbsidud Attendance SCO cwYorkv 7 1 OOU 0 0 0 00 0 1 York J7 PiUsburg and Jomraers Bnkcr und Uergor ID md Zachftrias Stay League this altornoon was a pitchers AICK jryfor Pbihidelphia slightly Attondance l0 0 2 0 0 0 GO 34 Chicago 4 5 and Schriver The 4 NEW YORKS IMMORALITY Shocking Disclosures Concerning the Treatment of tamigant Girls HOW THEY ARE SNARED BY HUMAN DEVILS Eyraud the French Strangler Cap tured at Florid Kebels Enrafted by the Siftht ol Unfaithful Wife CEDAR May TumuiTE Dis Francisco Chronicle Tho revenue cutter McClano is still here and it is thought that tho fugitive desperado Mayor Cottroll will be captured before long The discontent of the peoplo over the pres ence of Federal officers in their midst i growing more intense The marines havo been insulted and reviled at every step foi tho last two days in their search It is al jnost impossible to conceive tho degree of bitterness which is exhibited by the sense less exCon federates who refer to tho ma rines as Kenublican iiifrmgini on tho rights of the people of a free State The captain of the cutter came ashore last night and was treated to some talk of thi kiml bv a group of loudmouthed citizens The captain was indignant and gave tho fellows a tonguelashing they wont forget soon lie told them that his marines were working nuclei the orders of the United States Marshal and if any fancied or re a wrong was committed in the search tho citi zens aggrieved could appeal to tho courts lib wanted it distinctly understood how ever that ho would brook no lawlessness or attempted intimidation and told the spokes man of tho party if ho heard oC any sedi tious language from him ho wonldcciap him in irons in short order IMMICmANT GIKLS IUT1NKD IN N13W YORK NEW Yonic May 121 Among other awful revelations which havo recently come liHif regarding tlio moral state of this city discovery that a regular business is boing made of taking pretty immigrantgnls fresh from Eiuopean and forcing them into lives of shame Within a week eight or ten such cases have come to the notice of tho police and detectives have been sent out in company with brothers cousins and friends of the unfortunate girls to try to Iind them and restore them to liberty Tlio work is begun on board the ships on which tho girls are An agent generally a nicelooking woman travels in the steerage and makes it her business to become woll acquainted with the bestlooking of tho girls on board and pictures to them tho ease with which money can bo in ado in America and protends to be able to obtain at once places where salaries that seem fabulous to tlio poor girls can be obtained By tho time the voyage is at an end tlio woman has worked herself into the confidence and learned who tho girls friends arc if they have any Other members of the organiza tion meet the procuress at port and gen erally represent themselves as the friends for whom the girls uo looking She is then taken to soine place woll out of tho way and the girl finds herself absolutely iu the power of brutes and 3s ashamed to seek outlier relatives or to letany one know where she js when she gets an opportunity This is an outline of tho story of several which have recently come to light Today a man named George Graham liv ing hi this city brought tho case of his nelco a girl named Fitxsimmons to the at tention of tho otHclals The girl arrived several days ago and was to have coma to his house but somebody impersonated birn at the barge office whore tlie Immigrants landed and tho girl went oif with him ami nothing has been heard of her since Yesterday there was case that of Mary Whalen only 10 an exceed ingly beautiful Irish became too friendly with a female passenger on the boat and said she was going homo with her but her brother who missed her when she landed is almost crazy because he can got uo trace of her If a girl runs the gauntlet of these devils who infest and surround tho landing place and escapes to the immigrant boarding houses sho is subject to similar dangers there The boarding house runner were driven out by theofficials a little time ago and they made the charge openly that some missionaries who were allowed to mingle freely with tho girls were in alliance with tho worst peoplo on the outsido jaiituD IHEM BOTH JESSUP May Associated night the proprietor of the Little field House discovered his wife and Sheriff McCall in a compromising condition He drew a revolver and shot both dead A SEATTLE EMBEZZLER NEW YORK May George S Turner who is wanted iu Seattle for conspiracy with Gcorge McOourt in the embezzlement of from the relief funds sent at the of the recent fire has been arrested here Turner was remanded to await the arrival of requisition papers COUNT MONTEKCOLK SENTENCED PHILADELPHIA May Guisseppe Caru si alias Count Montercole pleaded guilty before Judge Thayer today to libel Defen dant ou the 13th of April issued circulars which contained defamatory statements regarding his wife Virginia Knox Carusi of Pittsburg The Count was sentenced to six mouths CAPTURED AT fcAST HAVANA May The police here have captured the longlookedfor French mur derer Byraud lie registered at the Hotel Roma under the name of Maguel Doski He claimed to be a native of Poland When placed in jail he attempted to suicide by cutting the veins in his legs and arms In his trunk were found several French news papers containing details of his crime In addition to the police officials who have pictures of the murderer several per sons have identified the prisoner as Eyraud TERMINATED THE TRIAL May While the trial of Frank Anderson for rape was in progress today a crowd of men took him from the courtroom and hanged him to a tree The Presbyterians SARATOGA N May luthe Presby terian general assembly today a resolution urging Congress to pass the bill now before it for effects of intoxi cating liquors was adopted A resolution asking Congress to pass an amendment to the Interstate Commerce bill to enable States to prohibit or restrict the liquor traffic was referred to the committee The annual re port of the Board of Foreign missions was Burrill delivered a lengthy re port on foreign The total receipts of the board during the year was from the churches from Sabbath schools fronv womans boardsr and laneous1 sources There was decrease of compared with last year andthere is present a deficit of An urgent appeal is made to the Assembly to studythe report and say why the great fall ing oft in receipts occurred The strong synpdsihave not done as well in proportion astheVeaker ones Blliirwood the secretary ad visedvisystero of weekly and seveiaT other spirited addresses were made Tlie r of tho board were When consideration of the Publicatibn Board matter cume up of Board said that there iiad been considerable misapprehen sion on the part of the special committee At the first meetini called only three mem bers of the Publication Board could bo pres ent and tho special committee sat as an in quisition and refused to sive data ou which they the charges Simmons sent circulars all over the land asking questions answers to which were to be considered eonihlontial as to the pre vailingdissatisfaction with the Board We assured Simmons that we did not propose to votoas7i joint committee and did not in tend to overrule his committee by our greater number The special has misunderstood us and this has pro vented confidence In its report arc many misrepresentations doubtless unintentional We never it uutil vbo meeting of the assembly Kegardinj the statement of tho special committee that a responsible firm has of fered to do the work for less price than tho Board does Dr Agnew said that tho board had tried all that twelve years ago whou they gave work to threo lowest bidders Since then 15fteen responsi ble Philadelphia bouses had bid for tht work and in each ease higher than wo are now paying After considerable further discussion in which Mr llerrick Johnson of Chicago and Dr Howard Crosby took part Mr Grahams motion of yesterday for tho appointment of a commission to in vestigate tho matter was adopted Burlington Stockholders Meet CHICARO May annual meeting of the stockholders of the Chicago Burling ton Quincy Railway was held hero this afternoon Tho old Board of Directors was reelected excepting that E W Hooper of Cambridge succeeded Wirt Dexter who died last Saturday Tho annual re port which has already been published was presented It was decided to havo VicePresident Harris act as general manager for the present and it is not improbable that he will hold that position permanently From the City of Mexico CITY OF MEXICO via Galvestdn May Hernandez commanding the troops operating against the Yaqui Indians ar rived at Guaymas yesterday and reports that the campaign is virtually ended Tho steamer Corrigan brought 111 Chinamen to probably bound for the United States A TERRIFIC CHASH ANOTHER STEAMER COLLIDES WITH AN ICKBUIIG An Avalanclio of Ico Crasltos Down on Her Thrilling Saowslido on tlio Central PacLGc NEW YORK May Dispatch Francisco Chronicle her bows stove In and with the water line very low the staunch iron tank steamer Beacon Light came into port this morning It was evident that tho vessel had come forcibly in contact with some heavy obstacle since May 3rd when she left Newcastle England upon her first voyago across tho Atlantic Cap tain Elliott stated that tho trouble had boon caused by a huge Iceberg upon which the vessel bad struck suddenly during tho night of May 13th in latitude 43 degrees 55 min utes and longitude 84 degrees 18 minutes Tho vessel was injured by falling ice and sprung a was ablo to continue her voyago The Beacon Light was a new just oit tho stocks when she sailed On tlie night of May 12th tho was sighted ahead The object suddenly into au iceberg with two peaks Tho ship was heading toward tho very center of tho peak which lay to the port and which towered above the vessels foremast Tho ice seemed to bo a little more than fifty foot away Tn stantly the helm1 was put hard to starboard but tho ship glided on toward the big white crag against tho base which tho long swell of the ocean broke with a dismal roar It seemed to tho captain and his officers that the ship would batter her head to pieces tigainst the ice wall and the men omdeck stood with pale faces and waited for the crash which they feared was to send them to the bottom of tho sea but the ship answered herheJm moro speedily than had boon expected and she now began to swing her head quickly around to port An instant later she had cleared the ico wall but sho was now confronted by a lingo lodge that reached out from the berg Then came a shock and a crash and tho terrified sailors saw a great avalanche of broken ice tumbling down from the ledge upon tho forecastle head and pouring over upon tho forward deck Tbo steamers bow had struck the foot of the ledge with a glancing blow Thoship was on her beam ends but a moment and then righted She now began to feel the effects of her reversed engines and backed slowly away from the iceberg which appeared to be about 600 feet long and 00 feet high at the peaks The men quickly cleared away the boats although they had received no orders to do so The captain found vessel was not sink ing Ono of the pieces of ice that fell upon the ship would havo weighed fifty tons The weather continued foggy after the col lision and tho following day several small icebergs were seen Ai C SACHAJOSNTO May numberof men working near Emigrant Gap this morning repairing sheds and removing snow were burl ed by a snow slide which crushed 150 feet of heavily timbered The men however escaped serious injury though several were badly bruised Tho track was blocked for five hours Slavlns Challenge to Corbett Frank P Slavins backer posted for feit at the Sportsman office London yester day and issued a challenge to tight Jim Corbett in England or America side and will give Corbett for expenses to fight in the Pelican Club or will accept to to America If CorbeU accepts Slavin ready to fight six months from the signing of articles but will not leave for America until Corbetts backer puts up a forfeit of and agrees to for feit that amount if he refuses to arrange a match after be arrives in America Slavin means A California Flood STOCKTON May breaks occurred tbis morning m the Union Island levees and about acres will be flooded onehalf of which is in wheat Portions of North Visaliaare flooded from the break and the levee along St Johns river and considerable damage was done grainfields and Original Packages for Maine LEWISTON Maine May The original ackage business began hero yesterday A jar arrived containing barrels and kegs of beer consigned to a local dealer who took bcm to the storewithout interference of the authorities Hampshire brewery aas agreed to assume all the costs of any est case Win a Point CHICAGO May hotel waiters ained another victory touight the Tre mont and two other prominent hotels acced ing to A dispatch from St Louis says the waiters will strike tomor row with the exception of theLindell which has signed tho The Indians Wont Sejl GtriinirE I May conference between the Commission and tho ndians was abruptly terminated today acres The Commissioners Vill attempt to renew The House Finally Disposes of tiie Tariff Revision Measure CARLISLES BUNCOMBE RESOLUTION Stewart Addresses tho Senate on Silver and Advocates Free Coiu Denies Some of His Drafted the Sil ver Plank WASHINGTON Mny tho Senate the resignation of SergeantatArms Canady was received and laid on the table The Silver bill was taken up and Stewart proceeded to tuldress tho Senate Stewart argued that the demonetization of silver had depressed prices of commodities from 30 to 40 per cent and remonotizatlon would pro duce pood times again The object of tho silver men was to furnish lubro money to sup contraction to relieve tho debtor and producer and to preserve to tho peoplo their rights of property and liberty Tho Republican party had incorporated iu its national platform a declaration In favor of both gold and silver and condemning tho policv of the Domocrntic Administration In its effort to demonetize silver Tho bill recommended by the Secretary of the Treas ury and supported by Senators Sherman and Polph was a cunning device stop tho present coinicft of two millions a month in silver under tho IJhvnd bill In conclusion Insaill that there was no inidello ground inUia wsurv uul justice Demonetize of silver crime nothing but a full restoration of tlio place which it occupied before the crime was committed could replace tho wrong or redeem tho pledge of licpublican party Kustis askol Stewart whether his intcrprctatiou of iho silver plank of the that it meant the free coinage of silver was tlio recognized interpretation of the party Stewart replied that it could have terpretation and added that bo himself had drawn that plank was a mcmlxjr of tho Committee oa of the last National Republican con vontion and 1 desire to express my dissent to opinion given by the Senlitor from Kovada o sucli interpretation was considered by that com mittee does it mean Iho party was in favor of silver mojjoy at tho market price of silver I drow tho resolution as the Senator well it pcrfocMy honest and fair It meant thai the Gov ernment should buy silver and coin it at the rata at which it would cost Government is a mere quibble Wilson gave of au amendment pro viding that the Treasury notes be issued for silver shall bo legal render lor all1 private debts within the United Stales notice of an amendment pro viding that the certificates bo cus and public bo legal tender for public and private debts The Silver bill was then laid the bill in relation to liquor imported into prohibitory ngain taken up Evarts argued in support of it and in answer to the tions urued against it asserted State police regulations can be exorcisedwitluu a Suite are outside of thojurisdiction ofthe gon oral Government Tbc police regulations of n State could not be bombarded fromthe outsido under cover of the exclusive power of Congress over Hiscookopposed the bill The laid aside without action Adjourned House WisniNOTON May tbo House first met this morning and went into Committee of tho Whole on tariir Riker offered an amendment providing that all articles of impor tation into tho United States whether embraced in ilie free list or otherwise shall pay a no raioof duty than imposed by the country of ex port on like articles exported into the Uimed States Bntlerworth opposed tho amendment and said bo regretted that there was uo opportunity to as certain the concensus of opinion on his sida of the House touching the bill Democratic ap The Committee of the Whole had pro ceeded along the lines of the bill for a number ol days The gentleman of Committeeon Ways and Moans had taken tho floor and held it with nearly the last that amendments which other gentlemen might desire to submit could not have the consideratioa necessary to determine what the concensus of opinion was It was not fitting that the ark of tho Republican covenant was committed fo a few and he regretted that there liad not oeen that conference which would enable the members to the bill Brewer said the time for debate nad been frittered away by tho other side He was in avorofthe bill because it was carrying out pledges made to the American people Ap All this time tho Hotiso was in the greatest coa fusion in the midst of which the hour of noon arrived and the committee rose and reported tho bill to the House McKinloy demanded the previous question oa the hill and amendments TheDemocrats de manded the yeas and nays and the previous ques tion was ordered yeas KM nays 143 was then read in detail The first amend ment on which a vote was demanded wasono changing the phraseology of the tin plate clause which was adopted by a narrow O T13LVS The next vote was equally close but this time lbDemocrats were victorious the amendment fixing the duty on jute yarn at 45 per cent being M3 nays 114 The duty as fixed by the bill is 30 per cent The next amendment was that bringing Russia camels hair into class three of the woolschedule Agreed H3 nays 138 TheamemlmeiH providing that the duty oa woolen iind worsted yarns valued at notmora Ihnn30 cents per pound shall be one half times the duty on unwashed wool of the class and 35 percent id valorem was re 137 nays 148 The now fixes the duty at twice the duty on ie first class and 35 per centad valorem The amendment providing that on worsted goods nnd all manufactured wool and worsted not otherwise provided for valued at not more than 30 cents per pound there shall bo imposed a duty of three times the duty imposed on a pound ofunwashed wool ofthe first class nd 40 per cent ad valorem 43 nays 144 This leaves the duty at twicetho duty on unwashed wooJ and 40 per cent ad vdh The Republicans who voted with crats on the wool and worstedgoods and yarn amendments were Anderson Dolliver Dunncll Feathers tone Flick Jicnder son Korr Lacey Strublc Sweney and Taylor The amendment imposing a duty of 50 per cent ad valorem OH all manufactured silk not speci ally provided for providing that ajl suchmanu factures of wbicb wool or the hair of tlie camel coat or other like iinimals is a component ma terial it shall be classified as manufactures of was agreed 155 irays The vinegir amendment adopted last night in Committee of theWhole was yeas 124 was the last amendment and in ji and third reading of the bill haying been ordered Carlisle offered the following amend Resolved That the pending biir be ted to tue Committee on Ways ana instructions to report the same backto toe the earliest nossible so to duce the revenues of the Government by reducing the burdens of taxation on the Tftduciiig the duties by imposing rates of taxation upon cratic to 164 Republican The bill was then nays 14t Following is the Allen Arnold Atkinson Atkinson Baker gen Bingham Bliss Baynev Beckwitb Brosius Brower T 3iL Buchanan K ton Buiterworth Caldwell Candl Cannon Carter Caswell Clarke Cogswell Cooper Craig pulbertson cheoivDalzell Darlington Diugley Dolhver Ewer Bcck Funston Gear Gest Gifford t tTnlftYn TTlLnfihrOMchr venor Haletn Henderson Henderson Hitt Hopkins Kctcauni ette iwcUaw Lansing   

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