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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                CIRCULATSON EXCEEDING OF In the City TOL 190 LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDA THE MOST EXTENSIVE AXD In the Mountain Begions INTERMOUNTAIN SPECIALS Sensational Report Concerning the floMt Bank Robbery THE MONEY BURIED IN COLORADO A Snd and Komantic Story From Union Pacifics Iu get Sound Brutal School Items R May to Tnro report reached horo last night that u young man arrested and convicted of horse stealing tnnl now awaiting sun toncoat ClayLoii had confessed thai he was I he man who rohbd President MolTatt of the KHHI National Bank of a llttlo over a year ago and that lie had the money hidden Jn Jhe of tho prisoner does not that of J J Wells the man who almost beyond a doubt Is the one who committed the robbery The police authori ties and olliclsilsof tliolmnk derldo the story arid tiro of the opinion that the man is a crank and the confession made for Uio pm of possibly Koourlng H light sentenee for the crime of which lio is now convicted One of the bank oflidals left hero last night for CMayton for the purpose of identifying the man If possible A WOMANS nilftlTAOK May to Hurton a woman of the lower classes left this city this morning for Mansfield Ohio where it fortune of awaits her She eamo hero some months ago a physical wreck dying from slow con and with very llttlo money and rented a house In an undesirable portion of the for a small sum Tlio people living around her heard of her took food to her HO that sho managud to When seen on the street many have supposed her drunk while the truth wasshe was too weak to walk She was known here as Last week word came here that Mr Bur ton a wealthy merchant of Manrflleld had died his fortune to Ills daughter If found within twelve months The lawyer In charge at Manstlold communicated with Mr J Gumming of Denver and Mr On mm I Immediately commenced the xearoh Ho learned Mutt Lho woman had been at Ouray and he wont there to loarn that she had gone to Leadvlllo Horo sho was found and Informed of the change rawalting her lirorn tho woman herself It Is loarnod that whllp living happily at homo sho foil in lovo a young man HOP father opposed tho match Hho left tho homo and married her lover Ho soon dosorted Jior and since then sho has drifted She was too weak to walk to tho depot this morning but had to be taken thoro hi a carriage A UNION PACriOlO CIIBVBNNK May to Union Pacific Is to bulk immediately from 1ortland to Pugot Sound and will make other extensions In tho North west Your correspondent guts this Infor mation from a source that cannot bo ques tioned II V Gates who Is In charge of tho Ghoyenne Northern railway construction from this plaoo and Utah Northoni work has boon Instructed by Ohlot Engineer Boguo to report as soon as possible at Port laud to superintend tho lino building to tho Sound A Mr lUirlow succeeds Mr Gates headquarters avo at Ogdon A MYSTKUIOUS PKATU BUTTK May to Tmn dead body of John Dompsoy was fmind In his hut near bueluys station some tlmo yostorday In a terribly disfigured con dition and with almost every attending ch onmstaneo pointing to his having been foully murdered Word was not brought to this city until last night and than the nios songor simply said that there was a man out thoro who was vury sick and would probably dlo This report was made to tho county physician and ho ordered Undertaker Sher man to go and bring him In load or nllvo This was done but tho undertaker was not ablo to reach tho old mans cabin until mid night When ho W0llt ln ho 10llnCl man stretched face downward upon a straw mattress In tho middlo oC tho floor having been dead ovldontly for hours If not for clays Having no light but a poor candle and tho surroundings being so poor he de termlncd to wait until his return to investi gate Arriving here this morning ho found to his surprise that the body boro every appearance of tho unfortunate mans having been beaten to death The face and were one mass of what appears to bo bruises and the knees broken and swollen In a It was also uident that he had been dead much longer than was claimed by the man who brought in tho report and by the neighbors as his eyes were gone and the body gave other evi of decomposition It was owing to thisfact that the County Physician refused to say after his tirst examination what tho cause of death was though ho said it looked very much like foul play The Goronor was notified and after ex amining tho body started tho ShorllY after the necessary witnesses and the inquest will be held as soon as they can be procured Pompsey was old uul in0tveuslvo working upon a placer claim near the cabin which his body was found So far as could be learned today he had neither enemies nor money sufficient to tempt a man to the commission of such a crime as his murder The messenger who brought in the word of Illness stated that ho was dying of erysipelas and it is barely possible that the marks upon Ms face may have been made by that disease The post mortem to bo heldthis evening will settle that ques tion however pretty thoroughly Tho sus picion of tho Coroner has been aroused both by tho appearance of tho body and the con fljctlng stories that have been told regard ing hls death and ho will sift the case to to the bottom A IUUITAT SCHOOL OTACmKR SPOKANK FALLS May 22 Special to 0 Fuhror a teacher In tho Lantz Hills District near Chooney was ar rested today for assault on one of his 1 scholars a 15year old boy named Puhror became enraged a trivial act of tho boy and knocked him down with a club The boy in defending himself was hit sev pri times Failing to overcome this vlv ho grappled with the boy and planted his teeth in Ltmtes neck inflicting a severe this juncture the older scholars inter fered father swore out a warrant for iruhrorf arrest His examination is set for Saturday iext Fuhrer was regarded as an estimable and capable teacher His act has aroused tiio indignation of the neighbor hood A SPOKANK MAX SHOT Lash night as Charles Donnerson was re turning home lie was shot through the mouth receiving a painful though not ser ious wound Investigation by the police thus far has failed to discover who fired the shot AKIIKSTED FOR HOKSB STEALING John Mollnlx a resident of Choenoy was arrested today for horse stealing and brought to this city before Justice A P Glerry Tho prisoner waived examination arid was liOid to the Superior Court in 55 00 bonds which being unable to furnish ho was committed to jail THE WIZAKD DENOUNCED A MJIII Claims to Have In vented the NKW YORK May extraordinary claim was made Jn a suit in tho Supremo Court brought by Walter K of Kau Ghilre ugainst the fJnlted States Kleetric Light Gompany Frooinan avors that he invented the incandescent lamp claimed by Edison He Invented It iie says prior to August Ihih Hunt a lamp to Edison and claims that two years later Rdlson an nounced to the world the invention of tho Incandesttenr lamp Foreman tho that Kdlson olVered him 11 hu would refrain from mentioning or publish In the fact that in reality ho was the in ventor Freeman was at Kacinc when Lho lamp to Edison Ho ufterwards went Into the employ of defendants and claims that they were dorollcl in pressing for his patent as agreed He asks for Kdison is not made a party to tho action and consequently does not appear in it to answer fcruuuuui s allegations THE PRESBYTERIAN REVISION OOMIvmTKU KKCOMMKNDS THE ADOITION Off A Tlio Sunday Nowspjtjjor the CJiurnli ANJod tho Oouoriil Asaombly SAHATOHA May At this mornings meeting of the Presbyterian General Assem bly the committee on amendment of tho confession of faith reported recommend In that overtuios he made to the Prcsby lorlos for tho insertion of anew chapter in tho form of government to tho effect that amendments or alterations of the form of Kovernmont book of discipline and direc tory for worship may bo proposed by tho general assembly to the Presbyteries but shall not bo obligatory on tho church un less a majority of all tho Presbyteries np prove therecfln writing that araondmonte or alterations of the confession of iaiLli and hrger and shorter catechisms may bo pro posed to the Presbyteries by the gonoru assembly but shall not bo obligatory en thu offih unless approved In vrriting by I vothlrds of all tho Presbyteries and isrood to and enacted by the next ensuing general assembly that before any amend ments or alterations of the confession of all h or larger ami shorter outuoWsms pro noMKl by tho general assembly shall bo IrausmUted to tho assemhly shall appoint to consider the s b ioca acommittee of ors and rullnB elders In number not less than 1 Lloon of whom not more than two shall be froin any one synod and tho committees shall ropoit to tho genera assembly next ensuing for elrinwin this proposed new chapter shall a do oxeopt upon a vote oft wothirds of the Iresbytorles that upon an ovcrtuvo from onuthird oC tho Presbyteries it shall ho obligatory upon tho general assembly to transmit to all the Presbyteries any oforamendmenls under this new chap in and if a majority of all tho vote for such alteration it shall bo raado SecondShall section 0 chapter U bo stricken out In answer to Uio quost on Dr Koberts of the committee said they could not drop the Westminister edict by u twothirds vote The report was then passed with but one dissenting vote Or ration of Princeton chairman of tho committee for canvassing answers of the presbvterios on revision roue a repot t There were 131 that desired revision and 08 that did not Tho others declined to an swer Many desired It but stipulated that U e Gulvauistle character of the standard should be altered Gonslderab o discussion arose as totho classification of Presbyteries refused to answer as to revision but desired u new creed to bo used side by side with the old Dr MoCraekon made tho aujrmativoloS and 87 negative including Albany and Sac ramento in the aftirmativo instead of the This was a very Important point elassHloatlon of these two decides whether twothirds have desired revision Judco Thornton of San Krtinclsco of the canvassing committee defendec 1 Its report Elder Day of New York gave notice that to morrow ho will move an alternate plan of constituting the eommittoo which plan will be printed and distributed before that time Tho committee on church union recom mended a continuance of negotiations with the Episcopal and other denominations for closer relations and cooperation A number of reports were presented Lho Committee on Sabbath Observance repre sented Sunday newspapers as a desecration of the day Tho Board of Church Erection Fund reported that the number of applica tions for aid this year exceeds that of any other They were for two hundred church buildings and thirtynine manses and called f more than last year The Board has helped 174 churches in and ninetytwo Prosby tVries Of the States that received more thinton grants Minnesota had lift eon Kansas and California had fourteen each Iowa thirteen and Nebraska twelve It was recommended that bo raised for of North Dakota spoke of tho fight with tho lottery people and the services rendered the cause by the fact that Presbyterian Church buildup could bo used for meetings in opposition when those In favor of tho scheme hart pre empted every other audience room IIo ex pected that there would be another similar struggle next fall Moro S us Conductors i It is learned that the action of the Koohester Convention of Railway Conductors in eliminating the antistrike clause from tho constitution is likelv to disintegrate tho organization Two important divisions have withdrawn An Eastern delegate is quoted as saying that tho action of tho convention would cer tainly result in the withdrawal of a largo majority If not all of tho New England Now Jersey and Pennsylvania divisions and tho formation of a HOW organization an a strictly ncmstrikiug basis Unavailing Prayers BEWMX May Tho village of St Mah lon near HUdesheim has been visited recently by severe hail storms which have done considerable damage Today tho people gathered in the church to pray for a cessation of the storms While tho services wore in progress a thunder storm came tip and the church was struck by lightning Four parsonswore instantly killed and injured four being rendered com pletely blind The people wove panic stricken and in tho rush for tho doors two children were crushed to death AT THE NATIOffS CAPITAL Stewart Proposes a Continuance of Irrigation Experiments A SUBSTITUTE FOR MOTLEYS BILL The Senate Committee Will Frame a New Tariff ior Dese crating the Idaho Con Notes WASHINGTON May engrossing clerks of the House expect to send tho tariff bill to the Senate tins afternoon STKWAKTS Stewart today proposed an amendment to tho sundry civil appropria tion bill ainhorMng tho Secretary of Agri culture to expend in continuing in vestigations of the extent to which the arid region of tho United States can be redeemed by irrigation and segregation of irrigable in suuh region and for the selection of situs for reservoirs and other hydraulic works In connection with irrigation AN INTUUSTATK AMUNDMHNT Senator Dawcs ioclay introduced an amendment to the Interstate Commerce law permitMng competing linos to apportion compotitivo Uullicamong to tho Inters la to Commerce Commission i70lt DKSKCIIATINC T11K JfJjAO Tho House Judiciary Committee to whom was referred tho bill to prevent the dese cration of the United States Hag today re ported a substitute providing that any per son or persons who shall print paint or allix in any manner to tho National Hag any id vortlsoinonti bo lined not exceeding SuO or imprisoned not loss than thirty days A WJUrH HOUSE IlKCElTiOX Tlio members of the National Conference of Charities and Corrections wore given a special reception at the White House this a ito noon A TAHTFl1 SUESinvaTR It is the present intention of tho members of tlio Senate Mnanoo Committee to report a substitute for Mo Kin ley TarltV bill wlion thoir consideration of that measure have boon completed This umirso is loomed bettor than to report the bill as ib comes from tho House with sunondmentis for when goesinto conlerenco thoro will bo but onu question to sottio instead ofi myriad upon points in detail AN IDAHO CONLIHMATION The Senate confirmed William T Kiloy Register of tlio Land Oilcoat Hailcy Idaho ORDERS XIIK The sailing orders for tho revenue steamer now at San Francisco were issued by tho Secretary of tho Treasury today Thoy arc similar to those issued yesterday to tho commander oC tho so far as relates to tho Bohring Sea fisheries Iho iiusli will however proceed direct to the fishing grounds and bo thoro in advance of which will first cruiso to tho oooan and also distribute the gifts awarded by Congress to tho natives of that country for assistance rendered American vessels in distress A WOMAN SUliTKAGK AMENDMENT For tho first time in tho history of the House Judiciary Committee a majority of tho members today agreed to a favorable report upon tho joint resolution introduced by Itopresontutivo Baker oC Now providing for a constitutional amendment to grant tho right of suiTrago to women UTAH TO BE The Postal Telegraph Company Push ingIts Wives Wcstwiiid NKW Yoriic May Dispatch San Francisco Chroniclo Postal Telegraph Company will have two transcon tinental linos within a year was the statement made to your correspondent this ovcning by Hector do Castro vicoProsidont of the company How do you expect to reach San Fran cisco with tho now lines From tho South Wo have lines already down to Los Will you continue along tho lino of tho Southern Pacific Wo do not know just what course wo will tako in that part of tho Will you build from that end or this Wo have just made a contract to begin a lino from St Louis and push it at once as far as When do you expect that much to bo dono Within four months but before that wo shall have plans dclinitely made to carry on tlio rest of tho Avo tho cities of Utah to be ignored No wo shall inamigoto Jnoludo them and then push west and south into a district practically not covered now and wo shall tako that in and bring San Francisco into closer communication with many people who have business dealings What is tho reason for this groat exten sion of the system Largely an increase of business with tho Pacific Coast Our wires arc now becoming inadequate for the volume of business Our wires will be of tho best copper and wo expect to run tho lino so as to largely avoid tho delays now caused Pacific coasters by heavy snows and storms We shall avoid following the railroads whoro thoro is dan er of washouts and snowslidesandby erect ing strong poles properly guarded we hope the wires in good condition all of tho time Our lino will be tho shortest to the coast and frequent delays will bo avoided In fact much of tho time tho message will go direct from Now York to San Francisco and through communication will be made so that it will bo an easy matter for an operator in San Francisco to talk directly to Canadas War Talk OTTAWA May Francisco Chronicle of a panic took possession of tho heads of the Government hero this evening when infor mation of tho character of the instructions issued from Washington to the captain of tho revenue cutter Bear reached them The talk is of war in case Elaines instruc tions are carried out Any dismantling of a British vessel outside the admitted three milo jurisdiction or the seizure of her log bookor seal skins will bo regarded by the authorities and people hero as a virtual act of war against a friendly power NEGRO BAPTISTS ANGRY They Ask Why the Services of Their Brethren Were Dispensed With CHICAGO American Baptist Publication Society today elected Samuel of A largo number of other officers were also elected A committee report was adopted recommending that tho managers appoint men to prepare a catechism in Sun day schools At1 tho afternoon sensational episode ques tion of Yirginia presented protest from tho Virginia State Associa tion of Colored the Publication Society for the indignity oiVored tho colored by drop pine throughrace names of Revs Lowe S6miiYandsand Brooks fiom ho listof the Mr demanded an explanation of the dropping of his throe colored brethren General Secretary Griffiths assumed all the responsibility Ho said tho three min isters in question hiicl said warm things ciur ins the bitter troubles at Indianapolis last year which the people had exasperated and misunderstood The three were thereby unfitted to serve as and the publishers who had tho right so in formed them At the conclusion of Dr remarks the protest was referred to the Board of Man agers It was intimated during the discus sion on the matter that unless somethin is done to counteract the effect of the dismis sal of Iho three colored writers Lho Baptists arc liable to have thoir hold on tho colored race weakened A LEGISLATIVE BRIGAND A New Jersey Statesman Stcais ux Important Bill TnENTON N May Dis Francisco Chronicle Series Assemblyman 1louben Frier of Newark is more talked about now than anybody else in the State Ho has played a prank in tho Legislature which has od to confusion and commotion and created a ftoncral sensation On Monday night he ran away with an en grossed copy of thoNowark Ktevutcd Kailnmd bill Since then he has not been seen hero and neither has ho sont tho bill to the House The 1 Tousc ordered him as chairman of the Committee of Municipal Corporations to re port the bill As soon as tho order was issued Frier left tho chamber saying that ho was going to son thu Governor on some business but instead of doing that ho took tho tirst train for his home in Newark The House lias been in a tumult over his disap pearance over since after reso lution was offered declaring himin con tempt and directing the SergeantatArms to go and takohim into custody and bring him befoio the bar of tho House Ho cannot bo found A groat deal of money in the defeat of Tlie Temperature CHICAGO May York 52 Now Orleans St Louis 72 Cincinnati GC Chicago 50 Winnipeg 5C SILVERS VIRGINIA FRIEMD SRNTATOB DANIEL RIDICULES TUB S APPRKHJSNS1OXS Tho Kivor and Harbor Bill Southern aiombwrs Demand Appro priations to Protect tlio Mississippi WASHINGTON May tho Senate a message was presented from the President with a communication from the Secretary of tho fntcrior on tho subject of tho pur chase from tho Creek Indians of land for the uso of til 10 Scminolos Referred to Com mittee on Indian Affairs The Calvin S Brico as Sen ator from Ohio were presented and placed on file A Conference Committee was ordered on tho Pension Appropriation bill Tho Si Ivor bill was then taken up and Daniel addressed theSenate in favor of silver currency He said that gold and silver inonoy wero wedded by nature Be fore a jury of all tho civilized and enlight ened nations throughout centuries the ciuiso of gold and silver had been heard and with one voice the nations had answered that to gold and silver belonged the royal attribute of money Daniel ridiculed tho idea of an avalanche ot silver crushing down upon the United States In case of free coinage of silver It was obvious ho said that silver inonoy abroad would not como to the United States mints and it was also obvious that there was no such an nual production of silver in the world of which all but wore now coined to causo any fear on that score Thoro was only one other point of appre that there was an accumulated stock of silver that would rush to America as soon as the mints wore open to free coinage and this was answered by tho Secretary of the Treasury himself who stated in his report There is no known accumulation of silver bullion anywhere in tho All silver should bo admitted to free coinage and all silver being so admitted to a value equal with gold it was most rea sonable to conclude that as soon as there was a restoration of silver to its auciont piano of money dignity and rims an onlargo montoC tho worlds volume of prices of those things that had gone down with its decline would again have a ten dency to rise with its ascension At the close of Daniolss speech the Silver bill was laid aside without action and the amendments to tho Naval Appropriations bill wore agreed to After executive session the Squats ad House WASHINGTON May Commlttoo on Census reported a bill amending act to prescribe a penalty upon any super visor or enumerator who shall receive or any person who shall pay any fee or other consideration in addition to the compensa tion of such service as Passed A conference was ordered on the army ap propriation bill and tho military academy appropriation bill The House wont into Committee of tne Whole on the Eiver and Harbor bill Henderson Chairman of the Com mittee on Kiyers and Harbors explained the provisions of the bill saying that it appro priated upon estimates aggregating He believed that there was no money that went out of the Treasury that was so much in the interest of thepeople as the money expended in the improvement of rivers Blanchard spoke In favor of river and harbor bills contending that they did more to solve the problem of cheap trans portation tliau all the interstate commerce bills that could be passed Tho fact that a great and disastrous flood had recently oc curred in theIewer Mississippi valley was a sufiioicnt excuse if one were Deeded for calling the attention of the House to the requirements of that stream It was time that Congress should bo waking up to the idea that something should be done to har ness tho waters of the Mississippi That was too great a National feature to be handled by a State or an aggregation of States The timo bad come when Congress should appropriate money not only for improving the navigationof the river but for the purpose of preventing floods The late flood had not demonstrated that the levee system failure butthat an adequate system of levees should prevent floods and that the piecemeal which tho impoverished States were ableto on was not sufficient to prevent inun dation Oatchings spoke iuthe same vein Kerr Iowa attacked bill which was defended by Grosvenor After the committee rose Quinn introduced a bill reducing cent an postage on drop letters in cities of inhabitants or over Victorias Prosperity MELBOURNE Maj 22 Victoria Par liament vs opened today by E ul Jlopoton Ho cougratul ited pios peiity of the country and the uapid studes towards which he said was ucar The stienthening tho fort woiksofthe colony is advancing and tho armnV of the foitswith new style biecch loideis as ilmost finished A confeience 11 held at Adol ude to take in concert tue othci Australian colonies to bung about lowei postal and cable tales between AuswJui and Europe I irge ex tensions of tho exiblng lailways oje also to be made and mealing works 110 to be con structed PBiOELY BID The Mother of Presidents Becomes a Sluggers Paradise TWENTYFIVE THOUSAND FOR A FIGHT The SullivanJackson Mill to Tnke Place on Old Dominion Finish at New and Baseball Games NEW YOTIK May TRIBUNE Dispatch San Francisco Colonel J M Uailey of the Virginia Athletic Club held aconbultation with John L Sullivan in the Astor House yesterday The result conference was that Sullivan agrees to fiffht nkAuline for S1000 in July and Jackson for In August Each battle will take place in Virginia under the auspices of the Virginia Athletic Club The utler of tho California Athletic Club for a meeting be tween Sullivan and Jackson has thus been topped by the new organization The president of the Virginia Athletic Club during his talk with Sullivan read to him the charter of the club and the protec tion alVorded by it was fully explained John L was informed that the organisation would offer the prizes before mentioned for either or both meetings without exacting any guarantee whatever from eithcir of tho principals but guaranteeing perfect immu nity from the law Sullivan says he would not engage in a baroknucklo lightunder any circumstances but would accept both propositions made by the Virginia Athletic Club upon condition that if thiri coming trial in Mississippi re sulted in imprisonment he desired to have tliJ agreements canceled They say that I am afraid of the said Sullivan and that after I went to see him box in Boston T said lie was too long in the roach for me fs a lie I am not afraid of him and if he could reach from hereto the rising and pointing to one of the entrances to one of the Astor House parlor ten feet distant Id tackle him and lick him A NBW OlirKANS Nuw ORIGANS May Associated Billy Mvers tho Sfreator Cy met AndyBowen local lightweight in a finish light for SMOO with fiveounce gloves at tho West End Athletic Club this evening Bowen won the light ill tho twentyseventh round Both men entered the ring in apparently good condition and lit for a hard light Considerable money was up most of it being laid With odds of two to one on Myers Pat Kenrick a prominent local sport was chosen as referee and a great crowd was present The people in fact began to gather before 7 oclock and at 0 there were over 3000 in the house including many notables in tho sportinj line Jake Ivil rain was greeted with gieat applause Bcweii weighed in at pounds and Myers at 1WA When they appeared in the ring much delay was caused by disputes especially over Myers having bandaged his wrist which ho hurt in his light with Hopper three weeks ago Bowen for some time refused to fight unless it was taken oil but finally time was called at Bowen openedtho first round by leading and hitting Myers on tho shoulder He then rushed him and hit him again Bowcn had tho best of the round In the second there was some lively spaning Bowcn get ting in four licks to Myerss three In the third both men got in telling blows but seemed about even In the fourth Myers hit Bowcn a terrible lick on the neck aud Andy retaliated Myers was bleeding from one eye and blowing In the iifth after some hard Inlighting Bowen threw Myers and had the best of the round From this to tho sixteenth round alternated cautions sparring and short spurts with sharp inlighting no severe blows beiug given In the sixteenth Bowen did some hard leading and hit Myers on the and a terrible blow under the heart In the seventeenth ho hit Myers on the face but a straighter blow came back at him and after some vicious inlighting the round erided iu Myerss favor In the eighteenth Bowen landed on Myerss ear and followed with a swipe on his neck which staggered Billy They clinched on the ropes and Bowcn got the best of it In the nineteenth both men were considerably tired but Bowen suc ceeded in landing a good one on Myerss neck while Billy crosscountered In the twentieth Myers chased Bowcn around and told him to come up and fight Bowcn hit Myers on the neck and got him on tho ropes Then after sharp infighting Myers knocked Bowen on the ropes by a pow erful blow in the neck In the twentysec ond Bowen seemed fresher After some sparring for wind he smashed Myers square on the nose In the twentythird he led and hit Billy in the chest In the twentyfourth Billy did some leading aiad hit Bowen orithe neck after which there was some hard in fiohting In tho twentyfifth both men were very cautious Bowen hit Myers in the mouth Billy made a tremendous lunge at his opponent and Both men were bleeding freely The round ended with hard in lighting In the twentysixth Myers received a ter rible cut on the left eye and a blow on the breast Bowen led and missed Both men struck at each other but Bowen got the best of it Myers made a terrible lunge for a knockout blew but Bowen ducked and got away A b the end of the honors were about equally divided In tho twentyseventh round both men fought like demons and clinched The roundended in Myerss favor The ring was now full of police officers and it looked as if Myers had won In the twentyeight round Bowen led but Myers got away Both men were ex hausted Myers got Bowen on the ropes and the police separated them When time was called for the twentyninth round Mr Cheney came forward and gave the fight up He claimed that Myerss band gave out in tenth rovfnd The referee gave the fight to Bowen in the twentyeighth round A SCULLING MATCH Alt RANGED SYDNEY N S May A sculling match is arranged between Kemp and Mc Lean to take place in July The Races May Prince Albert won Loveland third Time Threefourths of a Bane won Hunememe second Gascon third Time Mile and n Bonita won Bran dolette recond Outlook third Time Mile and seventy Blair won Leider kranx second Ballyhoo third Time Linnie won Eugenia second Bur ford Time AT GBAVESEND GRAYESKsD N Y May 22 Major Domo won King Crab second Lulu Black burn third Time 1 41M Half Vmulet won Kildeer second Claudme Time 50 Half uon Necromancy Colt second Quarter Stretch third Time 40 Mile and an Cassius won Taragon second Sir Dixon third Time 1 54 Thieefourtlis of a Ambulance won Beckon second Baleio thud Time Threefourths ot a ManoH won second third Time 1 Threefourths of a Prince Howard won Vengeurt second Loid Payton third 15 TWO HIGHPBICED COLTS FRANKLIN May Sibley sold todiy to Schmulhuch Parker of Wheeling the yearling coll Gold Dust sire Electioneer dam Eilith Carr by Clark Chief This colt is a full brother of bell Klectiomw Jiycarold iveord The same parties bought tho yoarhng colt Golden lope by ioiioor dam Addic The price paid for tho pair was The Players Brotherhood CHICAGO May The Brotherhood club lost to livings teamthis aMeruoou A 0 S 2 0 2 1 0 010 Chicago u 8 0 1 1 0 1 o5 York 0 Chicago 11 7 unt ing uii Boyle aiiu Galliiey A WALKOVEK VOi CLKVELAXn PniLAiiaiHiA May Clevolaud Broth erhood club hail liule iroiihl in defeating tbo home team tins afternoon Attendance 000 2 0 1 06 1 0 1 0 4 3 y 0 Clovolnnd 1t Phihtdolphia 0 Cleveland 5 3Ulligan Grnbor sind SutcliiVo Lmpires Gunning and Matthows VKTOKlOtS JilSONS liiOCKhYX May IJrothorhood team wcnr iknvn tho Uisons again today At ifiidanco 0000 0 0 1 0 0 1 0ft 1 3 L 0 0 0 0 lics Krooklyn 11 HutYulo 1 Brooklyn 11 and Jhilligau bort and liYrguson IlTTSBURG May ellVclivonoss and los tons won today the liood gatno Atlondancc 1100 020000 0 6 S 11 PiUsbnrn 1 and Koboy Maul and Quinn llinpiroKnight and Jones The National JJenftxie PiiiLAmcuiiiA local Longuo club lost todays gaino by thoir poor playing Aftondance Chicunt 1 S Philadelphia 0 Errors Chicago 2 Philadelphia 5 JUnchinsoiinnd Kiitrcdgc Glcasonand Schriver 15111 XKSS WOKK May pitched for the League chih today hut his tiold ors niadierrors to counteract his good work Attendance 1200 1020001 2020000 11 Brooklyn S Cincinnati 5 Brooklyn X and Harrington Caruthers and Stalliugs Um GUTZUINWAS liBKATJC BOSTOX May was very erratic to day the Cleveland League Club in the second inning making four runs which advantage the Bostons were unable to overcome Attendance 1000 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 04 4 1 1 0 0 2 0 S Cleveland 10 ton 1 2 and Jimdie and Zimmcr inott FOUTIT1C13K TO TWO JfEwYonre local LOIVRWC Club won apain from tlio Pittsburgers today Attend ance 100 New 1033000 214 0 1000010 02 York 17 PiUsburs 5 New York 3 12 and Buckley Sowders and Miller Umpires Powers and Zacliariiih The American Association SYllACUSH i I St BROOKLYN THE SUGAR TARIFF Americas Attitude on the Subject of a Parliamentary Discussion LONDON Miy the Commons today Hill asked whether in view of tho opposi tion of the American refiners to the pro posed abolition of duties in America on sugars below 16 Dutch standard the Gov ernment would reinvito the Washington Government to loin the Sugar Convention Ferguson replied that it was by no means certain what the final decision of Congress en the tariff would be There was no ground to think a renewal of the invitation to tbo Washington Government to join the conven tion would be successful Sir Lionel Playfair asked Smith Govern ment leader to state whether the Govern ment would ratify the convention before tho assent of Parliament was obtained Smith replied that liberty must be reserved to the Government as they thought neces sary in the event of other powers ratifying the convention the Government continued Playfair that they have the power to ratify without the consent of Parliament Smith declined to answer the question Mr Beckett wanted that En glish interests in Africa would not be sacri ficed to Germany and moved to reduce the Foreign Office Sir James Ferguson deprecated public discussion of the pending negotiations with Germany He said that when these negoti ations were complete a full explanation would be given The Government was mindful of the countrys interest but they must not be highhanded and unmindful of the aspirations of other nations if they ex pected their own to be recognized The motion to reduce the vote was rejected CAUTIOUS SALISBURY PRICE FIVE CB3STTS RAMPANT FLORIDA REBELS Uncle Sams Marines Invade an Unre constructed Wilderness A SEARCH FOR THE GUTTHROAT MAYOR France Requests Eyrnnds Extra Driver of the Fatuous Horse in Mexican Mistress Crimes England Should Act With Delibera tion in African AftUirs LONDON May of Saiis oury speaking at a banquet of the Mer chant Tailors Company tonight referred bantermgly to Stanleys re garding Englands African policy He warned his hearers against supposing that the illustrious travelers statement revealed the secrets of the Governments policy Nothing had been surrendered be cause no agreement had been arrived at as yet In conclusion he said The acqnisi sitiori of territory which Stanley has revealed must be vjewed from the point of prudence as well as that of boldness After oiir experience at Khartoum grave reflection and the full assent of Parliament country are necessary before committing ourselves to the defense ot territory that is only acces sible to the sea after months of A Serious Kailroad Wreck May awful rail road wreck is reported to have occurred yesterday at or a remote station on the Portage branch of the Wisconsin Cen tral The local officials of the road refuse to say anything about it A Lake Shore engineer who got into Ashland this after noon says he wasInformed that several people were killed uudinjured and that the company has taken advantage of the re moteness of the place to suppress the news of the accident It is doubtful if any more can be learned until tomorrow The Result of Overwork CHICAGO May J Lehmann the wellknown capitalist and owner of the great department store was declared by jury to day to be a distracted person and his vno was appointed conservator of his estate He has been an the Bloomiugdale asylum New York for some 1irre now and In the opinion of experts is cle irly a lunatic The trouble resulted they say from loo much mentU woik consequent on the management of his enormous N A Circus Train Wrecked NASHUA IT HJ May 22 circus tram was wrecked tlus morning The iTam was piled up a votal wreck The loss will be heavy CEDAR KEYS May Tununnc Dis Francisco Chronicle When tho marines from the revenue cutter who under command of Lieu tenant Garden had searched for Cottrell returned here a few days ago it was sup posed that the Mayor had fled towards tho Florida boundary line and that rho United States Deputy Marshals would soon capture him but no trace of he fugitive had beou obtained Captain Smyth of the revenue cutter concluded today to scour tho inland waters for him and an armed expedition was miu out afvov dark tonhiht under Lieu ton nt Carden The feeling against tho mavines who found it necessary to invade immy private houses in their search for the Mayor has been bitter and as the expedi tion that went tonight will go a hundred miles inland itis reported and currently bo lieved that the inhabitants of this unre constructed section will attempt to am buscade them before they got bsicJc The section through which tho marines are to pasa is wild and regardless of tho fetters of law The marines twenty in number are all poxl shots and are armed to the teeth They are picked men well be haved but resolute and it there should bo any attack on them some of the assailants doubtless fa 11 A steam launch and a cutter taken on the expedition Lieutenant G L Carden who was selected by Captain Smyth to command the expedi tion iainst Cottrell is one of the youngest ofiiivrs in the service lie was appointed to tho United States Naval Academy in JbW from California by Congressman Charles A Summer of San Francisco In 1SS8 he was commissioned a Lieutenant in the Uiutod States Revenue CuUor Service Lieutenant Cardon is ellicient and He was as signed to duty on tho iucLano lu April of interview Captain said tho condition of alVairsin the town had not been exaggerated in the newspaper re ports and that it is oven worse than had been reported At a meeting of the Oity Council tonight Cottrells brother an nounced that the Mayor would never reach Cedar Keys and that the Councilmight therefore declare tho cilice vacant What action they decided to take is not known A DUEfc WITH KIFLKS GrrrnniK May Two negroes fought o duel with rides near Kingfisher today Both laid claim to a quarter section of Government laud and in discussing the merits of their cases they became engaged in a quarrel and began shooting at each other One of them named Moore received a bullet in the heart and dropped dead The name of his slayer who Is unknown A PUBLISHING HOUSE BOSTON May Associated The Harold says that Clarence P Jcwctt president of the Jewett Publishing Com pany disappeared and an overissuo of stock in the neighborhood of has come to light Steps are being taken to got at the exact condition of affairs Lstes Lauriat publishers hold stock in the com pany BYRAUDS EXTRADITION PARIS May The Government has asked the Spanish authorities for the extra dition of Michael Eyraud arrested at Hav ana for tho murder of Goulle in Paris July CRONIN CONSPIRATORS HEARD FROM CHICAGO May The fact has been brought to light that J IB Simmonds tho man who bought the furniture for the Carl son cottage where Dr Cronin was murdered was recently seen in this city by salesman Hatfield from whom he bought the turo The police however liavo been un able to find him Yesterday a detective returned from a fruitless trip to Mexico in search of the man who drove the famous white horse Today Chief of Police Marsh said that bo knew positively that this man was in Mex ico but he had received warning of tho olllcersapproach through the garrulousnesa of sorneof Dr CronJns friends whom it was necessary to apprise of the object of the search A 35ISHONEST PUJTISHMKNT DOYLESTOWN May T Monroe Shellenbergcr the lawyer whose forgeries and other criminal escapades recently caused such a widespread sensation was to day sentenced to imprisonment for twenty two years at hard labor in the penitentiary KIMED JT1S MEXICAN MISTRELS DKNVKH May A special from Trini dad says J X shot and in stantly killed his Mexican mistress Katie Garcia and then put bullet through his own a few hours afterwards Jealousy was the cause Pratt came from Iowa a few months ago AN ARTILLERYMAN FORT MONROE May Private Tigh of Battery F First Artillery was shot and killed today by Private Manning of the same regiment A CONKJOENTtAb CLEIWw MISSING KANSAS CITY Way Elzo Allen conS dential clerk of the Austin Investment Company is thought to be in Canada to gether with of the funds DES SIOJNKS BOODLKRS INDICTED DBS May Four alder men and seven exaidcrmcn of this hnVc been indicted by the grand jury for willful misconduct in oJHce in drawing from the citv treasury illegally sums aggregating over S12 000 Most of them gave bonds for trial and will claim thai they had a right to the money as pay for their services 0n committees Some have returned a portion of the money received to the treasury SaJoonKeepers Must Go ST LOUIS May Dram shopkeep ers have been notifiedto leave the Grand of Odd Fellows of Missouri When a vote was taken today ou the saloon men it found that tbirtveight were in favor of doing so and twentyiiVe against it Many German sa loonkeepers in St Louis are lead ing lights in the order andthe question may be contested in the courts It is said that the Grand Lodge had deeded that saloonkeepers are a provision in the excluding those net having respectable means of port The Medical Association NAKHVIIXC May 22 American Medi cal Association today elected W T Briggsof Tennesse president SanTTran cbco was first named as i the place lor tne annual meeting Jmt it changed to Washington A Woman Hanjcs Her form of a Mo HAMHTON O May patchSan JFraaciSco Whentbe   

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