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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                i First Part Pages 1 to 8 VOL 108 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH JSUJSJDAY MOKSTIKG MAY 25 1890 PEICE FIVE CENTS JUGGLERY IN THE SENATE The Demonetization of Silver Was Never Agreed To MB STEWARTS STARTLING DISCOVERY The Records Show Crooked KHiuktmfl Intercut in the lo tho Mor mon Notes tmKATT 1 0t 1800 LAKK TRIBUNE BURKAU f7 FoiirUjorith Street WASHINOTON It Is today that Senator Stewart Of Nevada has discovered that tho position of tho silver bill of which silver was never discussed or agreed to In tho United States Senate He secured according to Uio Now York Sun a copy of MIC bill as It was re Uio Simatf from tho Kl n since Committee having passed the llnnso a copy of the bill that was a I the dorks desk when Hie subject was under consideration and tho bound volume of records containing tho onKrcssod bill it JH said with tho aid of SOUK of tho clerks n the Secretarys offlci tho otllclal stonog raplipr and two or three silver Senators Mr examined tho whole matter carefully and found what ho regards as evidence of Uio trickery in tho passage of bill This evidence is Uio fact that the riiohi containing Um olllolal reports of and proceedings of the contains no mention whatever of Mm section having neon read or considered In tho SnnaLo The section Wiis idded by the Soriato Com in Finance to tho House was printed In Italics us all Uio other amendments worn The pages of tho Jlohc Hhow the progress step by and the ilc upon each section until Uio clcmone proviso Is reached when there is a break In the records mid when It is again Mikcn up It is at a point further on In tho bill tills record It does not appear that HIM section over road to the Senate voted upon or agreed to SonaUir Stewart was quite excited by his discovery iind said to those about him In Ills characteristic vigorous language f have claimed ever slnco Uio bill was passed that there had boon trickery practiced In inserting Um suction and 1 am now more than over convinced that tnonkoy business was Indulged Senator Toller who was sent for by Sou ator Stewart thuHio might give his opinion made a thorough examination of the ease and remarked In his way Well there Is certainly something wrong 1 have looked this matter up before and I have never been ablo to straighten It Senator Stewart Is not making much of a fitlr about tho matter just at present be cause ho admits tlio possibility that ho may yet ho found nuvo boon mistaken Tho as It stands has a very serious look to him however and If ho linds upon fur ther In vest IguMon thut the belief of himself and oUior silver Senators as to sharp prac tice in passing tho Mil I si wellfounded ho will spring the sensation upon tho Sonato In tho shape of a searching Investigation ho confidently boHcvos will bring to lightsome surprisingly interesting and im portant facts THK TARMl1 UKJIIT Tim Sonato Finance will no gin work on Monday on the TarllT bill Thoro will bo a vory strong pressure brought to hoar u thorn to change tho load ore clause Tho Senalors from tho mining States are conlidoiit tonight that the efforts will prove SunatorTnllor Informed TllKTiitmiisMf correspondent today that while every movement would bo watched ho was cer tain that all attempts to break down tho mining Interests of tho West would fail Tho rumors of numerous Western defec tions on lead said the Senator are untrue Tho Meivtnloy bill at loiist so far as this schedule is concerned will SAINTS AT WASIUNOTON A number of Mormon brethren and their frlonds arc in the city Among thorn noto Bishop II Irani Ulawson John Clark and Ellaa Morris They make a considerable addition to the usual lobby of church attorneys and workers which haunt tho Capitol All ex press tho hope that tho decree of tho Suronto Court will be so modUlod as to exempt tho personal property of tho church from confis cation Mr W V James who deferred his depart ure for tho West at tho personal solicitation of Senator Toller will start for Salt Lake ourly In tho wool Governor jilob West Is hopeful that tho Salt Lake Building bill will receive consid eration this session Arrangements will bo miido for tho special calling up to the measure if it is not reached In tho two days to bo allotted for Um consideration of measures of Mils character AND THK SUGAR TARlyff WASIIIXCITON May 24 Pis patch San Francisco Chronicle probably never occurred to the Committee on Wnys and Moans of tlio House who voted In favor of tho removal of tho duty on sugar that by so doing the treaty obligations of tho United States wore being violated Somo years ajro a treaty was made with Hawaiian Islands under which tho King agreed to admit free of duty all our Imports provided wo discriminated in favor of his subjects by admitting their sugar free Now tint Uio Uousoof Kopresontatlvea has do ctoral that all sugar should bo exempt from custom dues tho Hawaiian Islands will have no croater advantage than any other coun and cannot of course bo expected discriminate in favor of tho products of tho United States Another consideration on tho part of King Kulakna was aglft the ITnitod States of Tear Harbor as a coaling and repair station for tho Pacific Squadron of tho navy It would bo necessary surrender the tltlo to this property to the King or make some other arrangements with him In case tho KUCJUtax comes olT Tho Secretary of State will send a letter to the Sonato before tho Tarill bill is uotod upon calling attention to this phase of tho situation A SOLDITUt HOMESTEAD DECISION Assistant Commissioner Stono today rendered a decision lu which ho holds that soldier who makes a undec tho homestead law of 1875 but who falls to make sottloment thereon within six months does not thereby forfeit his right to the land unless somo adverse claim tntorvones prior to tho date of actual settlement A Big Jjumber QTTEUEC May consequence of spec ulation decline prices la England Smith Wado leading lumber dealers of this city are In financial dlflicultins Their liabilities are The princi pal creditors arc Bryant Iowis Bryant London Quebec Bank of Montreal Merchants Rank 000 Bank of British North America STfv 000 Union Bank Western Lumber men THE BOISIC BOOM SftLISBiJRY CALLS A HALT The Excursion a Great Success Chamber oi Commerce CJTV Idaho May to Salt Lake excursionists have been entertained by Hoise City citizen most royally today driving wining arid dining A musical festival is being held In Capital Mali and the Katie Emmet Comedy Company are on the boards for tonight Several largo real estate deals were closed today and others are about consummated Property scorns to bo quite reasonable and transfers are active Too much praise cannot bo given Hoyt Sherman for his able management of tho arid to the Uolso for their hospitality and especial attention to the visitors Tho Chamber of Commarce closed contracts today for Ncvoral thousand dol lars of Eastern advertising and also took tnu Initial stops toward aiding the Manitoba Kail way Company in procuring way depot grounds etc aright of THE DAY IN GON8BESS BOTH HOIJSKS KNGAa5I ON APPKO IKIATJLON Sums to TJo on Mio Navy Yards Jtivor Appropriation to JJo Cut Down May tho Sonato Wll son obtained unanimous consent that on Tuesday next the blHsubjocUnK imported liquors to the provisions of the laws of tho several States be taken up and considera tion liontlmiod until disposed of presented tho credentials of John G Carlisle as Senator from Kentucky Kead and placed on lie The Naval Appropriation bill was then taken up Tim pending question was the amendment reported from the on Appropriations to striko out the item of for the improvement of the plant at tho Portsmouth K navy yard After a long discussion tho amend men t was rejected The Item remains In the bill amended howuvor by striking out the words iiiK before the words repairing iron and steel Tho question was then taken on a like Item of for the Boston navy yard similarly amended and tho item continued in the blll On motion of Cameron a like Itorn of was inserted for tho League yard with thoaddltionof tho words which yard Is hereby opened for tho repair of ves sels of tho On motion of Allen an item was inserted for Uio appointment of a oommission of two naval ottleurs one army olTIcer and two civilians tuHolcot a suitable site for a dry dock on tho Pacific Const or waters con nected therewith north of the fortysecond parallel including the waters of Pugot Sound Oockroll moved to strike out tho provision for throe llneofbattle ships not tocost morethan four millions each After discussion and without action on Jookrulls motion the Sonato House WASHINGTON May House wont Into Committee of tho Whole on the River and Harbor bill The motion to striko out appropriation for tho llnnnepln Canal was defeated A motion to reduco tho appropriation for tho Mississippi river from Cairo down from two millions to one was adopted Bhinehard explained that this war duo to Uio fuel that tho action of Congress made an urgent appropriation of for im provement of Uio river on the understand ing that a roducUon of that amount would bo made In tho liivor and Harbor bill Tho committeerose and after eulogistic addresses in memory of the late David WHbor of Now York tho House adjourned MEXICAN KMCllROCITY A Knmorccl Treaty Between the Countries CHICAGO May Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle Tribune says That tho Government of tho United States and Mexicohavocomo to a secret understand In whereby tho trade relations between the two countries will be vastly Improved Is the general belief of prominent Mexicans They think tho plan Is nearly completed and that before long It will bo announced to the world Don Enrique Gains a Mexican banker who dined ut thoLoland yesterday on his way to Now York thinks tho rumor has a solid founda tion It is believed in ho said that Secretary Blaine and Minister Romero have partly matured a plan for a reciprocity treaty While it maybe limited In scope it will allow a groat advancement of tho trade between Uio two countries Wo ex pect Minister Konioro in Mexico in Juno and it Is said his mission there will be to confer with his Governmenton this matter While wo are satisfied that the rumor is not groundless definite facts cannot bo ascer tained about It Tho secrots of tho United States Legation at our Capitol are always zealously guarded Tho Mexican people are pleased with tho United States Minister Ho hasglvon us much if not more hard study to questions aiVoeting trade between the two countries as any previous minister If Secretary Blaino and Minister Romero have succeeded in reaching a conclusion it is oortaiix that tho treaty will bo of mutual benefit and Its value will soon bo counted In dollars and cents much to tho favor of American merchants On the other hand I dont know of any more pleasing news to Mexico than the announcement of this im portant OKIGINAfc PACKAGE DRUNKS The Supreme Court Decision Deinor Pcnusylviinia Towns May Package houses wore opened in Apollo and Leech burg both local option towns this after noon by an agent for an outside browing company A carload of beer in packages from eighth to half barrels arrived at Leochburg at f oclock this evening and in less than iho contents of the wore sold out and fcho original packages wore traveling in all directions A commlt leo of citizens this morning deckled to enter suit against tho agent on Monday for a vio lation of the State liquor laws Tho au thorities will also outer suit for maintain ing a nuisance in the borough The agent says ho will refuse bail If arrested and if tho caso is decided in his favor ho will hold tho committee for damages As a result of the industrytho streets aro filled with a drunken mob tonight and there Is groat sentiment Is vory nearly evenly Cant Tax Sleeping Cars United States CircuitCourt today granted a perpetual Injunction restraining Gen eral from collecting taxes under tho Georgia Tax Act of ISSO tax on sleeping or palace cur companies doing biisincss in Georgia tho act being declared unconstitu tional An Abrupt Termination of Kegotia tiatioris at Berlin ENGLANDS RIGHTS IN EAST AFRICA Sensational Reports Concerning Bis marck and the Pro posed Additions to the German Baltic Plot Hatched at Berlin BERLIN May by New York Associated with England concerning territory in Africa luivo been abruptly suspended by the British Ambassador under orders from Lord Salisbury and tlio Ambassador intimates that they will bo resumed only on the basis of a recognition by Germany of English rights on the west coast of Lake Tangan yika ami the territories north of Tangan yika including Uganda This abrupt action which the Foreign OHice attdbutop to public clamor in Eng land lias brought out an energetic protest from Chancellor Caprivl undoubtedly in spired by the Emperor The tfortli German GucUo intimates that Germany will uphold Mio ouiiUnuance of English occupation of Egypt if Germany obtains a hold in the districts of Central Africa claimed by England Emperor William is celebrating the Queens birthday with unusual ceremony The whole British Embassy was banquetod tonight at the royal castle The Emperor toasted the Queen oirusively The English ling was displayed on every Govern ment building It is not likely Imwuvor that this display will Induce Salisbury to ooneedo the German demands even if Egypt should be thrown in the bal aneo Oaprivi will not modify his demands and the issue will be an indefinite sus pension of negotiations leaving both parties to proeeed with the game of territory grabbing until the complications arising therefrom become morecritical It is believed now that the Army bill will be passed by the Reichstag by a largo ma jority despite the Governments admission that the present demand is only aa install ment Tlio Frcisinniyc Zietunu says the the diselosures made to the committee show that in the near future the German peace olVectlve force will bo instead of The Socialistand Freislnnigo papers teem with stories about the Emperor and Bis marck It is assorted that the Emperor is highly Incensed because of Bismarcks state merits to the correspondents of foreign papers that ho speaks of the exChancellor as only lit for a lunatic asylum and that ho intends to send him a linal warning before dealing with him as an enemy of the State Whatever may be the Emperors irritation it has not caused a rupture with Bismarck The Emperor has sent a letter to Von Moltko and warmly congratulates him upon his rooent speech in the Reichstag in favor 01 tlio Army Prince William of SaxeWeimar has been declared bankrupt His debts due to gambling are marks A BALTIC PLOT AT BBllMN PARIS May SiwU publishes a tele gram from St Petersburg giving the do tails of a conspiracy with headquarters in Berlin for an uprising againstRussia in the Baltic provinces Do Glers Russian Prime Minister hus asked Chancellor Caprivi to take steps in the interest of peace to pre vent plotting in Berlin or elsewhere on Ger man territory THIS PANAMA CANATj SOIL The report of the Panama Canal Com mittee on tho geological character of the route of the canal says tlio whole canal will be cut through impermeable soil and that the water in the reservoirs will not be subject to diminution Tho surveys have proved that precautions could bo takon to counteract tho evil etlects of earthquakes THE TURKISH UUHMANS SENTENCED May Turkish ofllcors and five students arrested tor as saulting the wife and daughter of tho chief dragoman of tho Russian embassy at Broynkdoro have been sentenced to six months Imprisonment followed by life banishment to Tripoli Nelidoif Russian Minister is satisfied with tho punishment TUB CHAINS NEUTRALITY LONDON May Tho Standards Berlin Tho Czar has declared in the event of a FrancoGorman Avar that ho will not inter fere and will neither attack Germany him self nor enter into an alliance with France WITY TUKY WE 1113 EXPKLLED KOMK May Deputies today Premier Crispi replying to questions de clared there was no political motive for the recent expulsion of French newspaper cor respondents Tho expelled journalists had for some months engaged in a campaign or gan in Paris to decry tho Italian credit and securities Marquis Ungaro and Count dArco fought a duel today with swords tho Count being slightly wounded It was a political quarrel DUTCH FOR CALIFORNIA A Crowd of Wealthy Hollanders Bound for tho Coast YORK May Dispatch Francisco Chronicle quaint and picturesque ideal reproduction of a page from Irvings Knickerbocker History of New York was seen at the Netherlands American pier at the foot of York street Jersey City yesterday morning when the steamship from Am sterdam claid in typical costumes and pos sessing all tho characteristics so inimitably portrayed by Irving in his writings of the early Knickerbockers were a colony of genuine Hollanders The strangers num bered sixtyfive persons They came from Amsterdam and the interior cities of Holland They are going to locate in Merced Gala These colonists tiro more than thft ordinary immigrants They came over as cabin passengers and a special brain was chartered last evening to carry them to their destination W a San Francisco attorney is at the head of the enterprise Four months ago Nyeh went abroad to induce Holland families to emigrate to this country The slxtyfivo persons who landed yesterday are tho first fruits of his mission If they pros per and find California the El Dorado pict ured by the persuasive Mr Nyeh others will follow and Merced will become atypical village ofHolland They will all engage in agricultural avo cations Tlio combined wealth of the sixtyr five wholanded here yesterday was They carried with them a retinue of ser vants They are not transient cacnono landed Avith the avowed intention of becoming an American citizen Assoon as they reach Merced thpy are going to establish a church for thoinsolves import an ecclesiastic give spiritual consola tion and build a school for their chlldrcu A Great Iron uhcl Steel Gatherrig NEW YORK most important gathering of in thesteel arid iron industries in this country will take latter part of Britain 100 mombers of German steel and iron associations and fifty French Belgian and Swedish metallurgists will bo guests of the American Institute of Mining Engineers and other American societies A month will be spent in a tour of the mining and other THE CREED REVISION The Presbyterian AvSsembly Agree Upon a Plan of Proceednre SARATOGA May tho reading of the minutes in the Presbyterian General Assembly today Dr Thompson of New York moved that the report of tho commit tee on the concensus of tho creed be the first order after tho vote on revision Tho motion prevailed Dr Krskine chairmain of the committee on method of revision read tho report of tho committee It recommends that a com mittee composed of one member of the arsembly from each synod towit nineteen ministers and ten appointed by the moderator to nominate to this assembly a committee consisting of fifteen ministers and ten elders which shall bo called tho assembly committee on revision of the con fession of faith which committee when constituted by tho general assembly shall consider suggestions made by tho presby lerians and formulate to tho assem bly of 1891 such alterations and amend ments to the confession of faith as In their judgment may bo deemed desirable and that tliis committee shall nofc propose any alterations or amendments that will In any way impair the integrity of tho Reformed or Calvanistlc system of doctrine taught in the confession off aith The report was adopted unanimously Tlio moderator appointed the Nominating Committee naming Dr William 0 Roberts of Illinois as chairman Their report will probably be given on Monday Dr Roberts said that overtures of twenty six Presbyteries wore in favor of concensus of the creed being referred to a committee of nine who shall Invite the co operation of the reformed bodies in prepar ing it short clear and comprehensive state ment of the pointson which all tho reformed churches are agreed not as a substitute for but a supplement to the Westminister con fession It must contain the essentials of tho reformed faith and be the basis of union and cooperation by all affiliated bodies es pecially in their work in foreign lands Thomotion for tho concensus of the creed after much discussion was passed by a largo majority Tho committee on church unity presented a report Emphasis is laid upon federation as a principle on which Evangeli cal Christians cannot cooperate A SPOKANE COLLAPSE The Exposition Project Killed by Heal Estate Schemers SPOKANE May to muchagitated project of establishing an industrial exposition at this city to represent the resources of this and adjoining States has probably fallen through by the resignation this morning of the Board of Directors Ever since the scheme was first pushed forward and an organization perfected to carry out theproject the ques tion for a site for tho proposed exposition building has been a bario of contention and has ab last been the cause of wrecking tho The committee appointed to select a site have been in re ceipt of numerous offers of desirable loca tions from prominent real estate owners several offering to donate while others wanted to soil An offer by L 0 Oilman to donate a block of ground with the assurance that tho Electric Street Car Company would expend in improving tho streets and extending their lines to said site was about to be accepted when as al leged by tho morning Spokesman T H Graves a partner of Mayor Olough in the real estate business made a proposition to soil an alleged desirablesite for He with a Cow other kindred spirits who were dissatisfied with fche other proposition commenced to raise subscrip tions and to act on tho latter proposition without consulting the Board of Directors of tho exposition A meeting oi tlie directors and subscribers was called for last evening to try and ar range definitely on a sito but the two fac tions clashed and could arriveat no deci sion The announcement this evening that the directors had all resigned fell like a bomb on tho public This action will settle tlio controversy and Spokane will havo no exposition Over half of tho required stock necessary to commence operations had been raised The Baptist Missionaries CHICAGO May annual meeting of the American Baptist Missionary Union was continued today and reports on the various missions were heard The report of the Committee on the Congo Mission in Africa was presented by Rev L 0 Barnes Newton Center Mass Ho followed tho re port withsome interesting remarks recom mending an advance into tho interior of Africa A strong report on tho Chinese Missions was read and a largo reinforcement was recommended A lively discussion was provoked by the resolution of Rev P S Moxom Boston in structing the Board of Managers to consider the ciucstion of holding the annual meeting apart from other societies Tho Board was finally instructed to consider the best method of improving the annual meetings so as to allow more time forthe discussion of missionary questions Philadelphia was decided on as the place of meeting next Republican Committee WASHINGTON May list of mem bers of the Republican Congressional cam paign committee was announced today Among them are Montana Representative Carter Nevada Representative Bartine Oregon SenatorDolph California Repre sentative Vandcver Colorado Repre sentative Townsend Washington Repre sentative Wilson Wyoming Delegate Carey Idaho Delegate Dubois Alabama Arizona New Mexico Utah Mississippi Texas Florida and Georgia are as yet un represented as they have ho Republican Representatives in Congress 3The committee met tonight and dis cussed the approaching campaign for two hours and selected t subcommittee to fur ther consider the matter and report next week Geological Surveyors Drowned BoiSE May to D Hopson and Frank Moore of the Geological surveying party were drowned in Snake River at Eagle Rock this morning while sounding the river The body of Hopson was recovered and will be forwarded to relatives in Columbia Moores body was not recovered at last accounts v Train Completes His Trip Francis Train completed his trip world this The time1 frpny start 67 days 13 hours ajmiriutesancV3 Armours San Franciscp RECORD OF A DAYS a half Intoav beef canning The Latonia Derby Captured by Bill Lctcher THE ATLANTA CREWS FIRST DEFEAT Brotherhood Reply to Spauldings Players Appre hend No Disaster NEW HAVEN May YaleAtlanta boat race was rowed this afternoon Yalo won by eight lengths after an exciting finish Yales time 20 min Atlantas 20 ruin 40 sec At tho mile and a half what looked like a fatal accident happened to Yale Allen captain and stroke broke his oar and with recovery ho shot out of the boat and Into tho water He was picked up by the roierces boat but ir left the Yalo crew with but seveu men and without a stroke and cap tain Atlanta now spurted but tho Yalo boys showed their sand by answering and Atlanta could not draw up at all This is tho first defeat ever suflcred by the Atlanta The Races May was the opening day of the Latonia Jockey Club In tho great event of tho day lliloy was tho favorite and heavily backed The derby was worth 85000 of which 5100 went to sec ond and 8100 to third Bill Letcher led at the start but was soon passed bylliley who kept the lead until tho threequarter post was passed Bill Letcher was then given free rein and began to forgo ahead and Riloys fate was sealed In tho stretch Murphy plied the whip on Riley but with out avail and BillLctcber passed under tho wire amid great applause Fouryearolds and upward ner won Goodby second Palisade third Time Threeyearolds and upward milo ana seven by won Gymnast sec ond Birthday third Time Twoyearolds and upwards fivo fur won Roseland second Ma jor third Time Latonia Derby threeyearolds mile and a Letcher won Kiloy second Avondalo third Time Twoyearold fillies four won Hindoette second Woodbona third Tirao AT GRAVESEND GRAVESEND N May of a Charles won Donahue second Bernmda third Time Mile and an won Eon sec Morrow third Time Threefourths of a W won Eclipse second Reckon third Time won Tournament second Magnate third Time Threefourths of a won Clarendon second Lord Peyton third Timo Fiveeighths of a Dry secoud Time Standing of the Clubs Following Is tlio standing of each in tho three organizations at tho close of Fri days games PLATBBS O a Boston Brooklyn Chicago New York Cleveland Pitlsburg Buffalo 21 21 23 10 2fl 11 11 13 s 8 523 522 43 400 York Chicago Hrooklyn Cincinnati Boston Cleveland Pittsbiirg 20 21 22 31 IS 11 11 11 11 7 523 500 158 388 381 TUB AMEB1CAN ASSOCIATION CLUES Rochester Athletics Louisville St Louis Columbus Toledo Syracuse Brooklyn 21 21 24 25 23 25 16 13 12 12 10 10 006 521 500 480 134 400 261 The Players Brotherhood CHICAGO May Brunell of of the PlayersLeague in a local paper re plies at length 10 Spauldings remarks of yesterday Ho ridicules the League mans gloomy forebodings so far as the Brother hood is concerned and says that all the statements about the poor financial stand ing of that organization arc rot and that it will live as long if not longer than others and that it will not be necessary to resort to Sunday games or beer selling AT NEW YORK ISTEW YORK May pitchers were effect ive today but the Cleveland Brotherhood team could not field as well us the Giants New York 000002 Gift vulund 000000000 York 7 Cleveland 3 York 1 Cleveland 8 and Ewing OBrien und Satellite and Matthews AT PHILADELPHIA PHILADELPHIA local Brother hood club won tddiiys game by timely hitting In tho seventh and eighth innings The batting was free n both sides Attendance 3400 0 002 0 1 3 010 3 015000 008 12 Bulfnlo 13 Errorsr Philadelphia 2 iJullulo 12 Knell and Cross Haddock and HalHgan Umpires and Barnes AT UnOOKLYN BROOKLYN Mav local Brotherhood club bent Pittsburgh this afternoon by outbatting them Attedniuicc 1JOO 1 1 0 0 0 1 PuMrjr 3 03 M Pittsburgh 6 Errors Brooklyn 2 PHtsburg 7 and Van Haltren Cook Stulcy aud Quinn Um and Jones AT BOSTON BOSTON Mav exciting Brotherhood ame wasplayed here this obtained a strong lead in the lirst three innings but was soon passed bv Boston a score ol eight to seven in favor of Boston two men on bases two men out and two strikes called Com isky hit to left center and brought in two runs winnm the game Attendance 0500 c o o 11 Chicaso 11 4Chicago 1 Ivilroy and Kelly King Barstow and Boyle Umpires Ferguson and Hollwt The May Philadelphia League Club defeated Pittsburg this afternoon by a fortunate bunching of jiitsiiithe sixth v assisted by Grays wildness Attend 0 0 5 1 1 19 10 0 13 Pittsburgh Philadelphia 8 Pittsburg 3 and Sohriver Gray and Me AT NEW TORK NEWvYoHK May in the much for ArisonS colts today Attendance 3200 NewYork 0 23 New Chicago Xew 5 Coughltri Ki tiledge Zacha 1 The closolv contested The Bostons were unable to bat liuryoa with effect teams made tiolding errors AtteinUnce MOO Boston 0 002300005 Cinciunati 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 3 0 Boston S Cincinnati 9 Bos ton 3 Cincinnati a Mchols smci Jbtrdie Uuryuu and Kcerum Me Der mou AT BKOOKLYS BIIOOKLYX May Tho Brooklyn League Club easily defeated Cleveland this afternoon Attendance 1000 Brooklyn 3 Cleveland 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 S Brooklyn 9 Cleveland 11 Brooklvn 1 Cleveland 3 Curuthors and Daly Beatiu and Lynch Tho American Association Rochester C i Toledo SYKACUS13 Syracuse 4 Louisville j Athletic Louis 4 BlvOOKLYN Brooklyn M 1 THE MEXICAN INVASION MEXICAN OFFICIALS TREAT THE KJSJLOKT DK1HSIOX General So ward Shows Hovr Im possible It Would Bo for Filibusterers to Capture and llold Lower California CITY oi MEXICO May Dis Francisco Chronicle The story regarding a filibustering expedi tion to Lower California is generally be lieved to have originated from an article published about a month ago in Lrt a Mexican newspaper printed in San Frau cisco in which it was charged that Mamie Sanchez Faeio an exmember of the Mex ican Congress had sinister designs on Lower California and was organizing a tlllbustcr ing expedition to invade itThe story has not been received in full consequently it is not positive that such was thecase though it is claimed by Facios friends that he it too to engage in any scheme tending to give Amer ican supremacy to any part of Mexico At tho Department of Foreign Affairs whore 1 interviewed Manuel Aspires tlio Under sec retary in full charge of foreign relations during the absence of Secretary Ignacia Mariseal there was a smile of derision when the subject of the filibustering expedition mentioned signiiieant of the fact that the Government looked upon the scheme as visionary and beneath much notice Heat once caused the following to be written from dictation in reply to the question as to what action Mexico would take about tho scheme for seizing Lower California What tho Government of Mexico has done in this matter has been to put itself in accord with the Government of tho United States though its Minister at Washington in order to prevent tho execution of any crazy criminal attempts on Lower Cali THE KNGLISII NOT GTJILTV NEW YORK May evening your correspondent had a long talk with one of the most prominent New Yorkers ou tho planned seizure of Lower California This gentleman was formerly connected with tho international Company and ho did much to bring about the transfer to the English capitalists who are now organized as tho Land and Colony Company 1le is a man of wealth and has received high honor from the United States Government but desired that his name should not be meutioncd Ho lwas formerly connected with the Inter national Company of Mexico which was subscqxicntly sold to English capitalists and I ma well acquainted with all the parties interested I can therefore state on the best authority that there is no foundation whatever for tho rumor so far as it con nects the English capitalists with it Ihcy arc nil excellent hightoned honorable and wealthy men and would not allow their reputation to bo soiled by any such at GENERAL FREMONTS VIEWS General John 0 Fremont when asked his opinion of the threatened filibustering movement against Lower California replied I cannot give you any positive information of the subject as it is nine months since I havo beenin California Before I left I had heard somo talk of the project Inero were whispers that somo such movement was on foot It was you might say in tho air It must now of necessity be a failure first because the plot has been exposed and secondly because tho public sentiment in California is adverse to any such a scheme Indeed I cannot see such a scheme could succeedunder any circumstances Now that Mexico has a railroad system that part of the Mexican army stationed in the States of Chihuahua and Sonora could be quickly mobilized and transported across tho Gulf of California to the peninsula where the forces could be landed under the pro tection of the guns of the Mexican manof war They could thus speed ily throw a force into the peninsula which would make short work of the filibusterers Moreover tho latter would have no of supplies to fall back upon for tho TJnited States troops would guard tho frontier of California and prevent their receiving rein forcements or supplies The scheme is a mad one and thoroughly impracticable It has its origin in the wish of certain people to see the peninsula of Lower California annexed to the United States They believe that annexation would mean a rise in the value of land and personal emolument is at the bottom of the whole thing There are always plenty of bold and reckless men about who are ready to embark in just such enterprises The exposure however has nipped the plan in the bud and I fancy no more will be done with IN A RUSSIAN JAIL American Citizen Imprisoned for Thirteen Months YORK May the cabin passengers on the Augusta Victoria from Hamburg was Herman Ivempinski a Russian by birth and a naturalized American citi zen He is on his way to his home in Bridge port after having spent thirteen months in a Russian prison on a charge of evading military duty He was accompanied by his wife and two little girls who remained near him His wife was confined in jail They had returned to Russia to visit their parents and the husbandwas ar rested without charges Kemp niski tells an interesting story of his experience and his wifes efforts to procure his release She first applied to Wnrtz the Amer can Consul who promised to intercede but nothing more was heard from him A few months later a friend coming to America laid the case before Secre tary Bayard but the correspondence which followed had no The friend re cently laid the case before Secretary Blaine who according to Kempinskis story notified Wurtz the prisoners release and failing to demand passports and leave the country As soon as tliift cable was laid be fore the He ordered pris oners release This was imme diately effected and the unfortnnate man was treated withevery con si d oration He says theRussian jailers demanded money for everything and that his his im prisonment Hewill see Blaine and try to INKSLINGER The Terror of New Yorks Promenades Is Captured MORE INTIMIDATION AT CEDAR KEYS The MofTatt Bank RoTjber Identi Dynamato Plot at Chicago Murderer to bo Electro Iho Criminal Xvecord to prera announced once NEYT YOKK May TRimnns Dis Snn Francisco Chronicle the has been caught at after being sought for several weeks and special rewards of considerable amounts of money have been offered for his arrest both by iho police department and private individuals It is estimated that he has ruined no less than 1 50 handsome dresses in tho course of his nefarious work Ho was preparing to throw ink on a white satin dress when arrested On his person was found a bottle of violet ink and also three pipe bowls These wore mada of clay and carefully corked They were filled with Ink tho process being to draw tho cork and throw tho contents of tho bottle over the dress reeork the bottle and go down a side street to relill it The prisoner was badly frightened but said that he had taken tho bottle and ptpo bowls from his little boy thinking that tho latter might do some damage with them His clothing and hands wore stained with ink and his pockets were wet with the fluid Tho dye was absolutely indelible would lie in wait for at streets near the opera houses and theaters uid would manage to distribute the fluid so that it would be Impossible to repair tho dross for use again His work spread ter ror among the fashionable women and thoy have been afraid to walk on tho streets hi their best dresses Tho man docs not look or talk like a crank but tho only theory of the police is that the man took this way of showing his disgust with the vanity of tho world TnlS TROUBLE AT CE1AR KEYS CEDAR KRVS May Tho situa tion is still strained Cottrells friends and sympathizers are showing a spirit of insub ordination to tho proper authorities that will greatly retard a settlement of tho case At last nights councils meeting tho offlco of Mayor was declared vucant and an elec tion was ordered for June Collector PJuk crton is afraid to be left here without tho protection of tlio revenue cutter Tele graphic orders were received by the captain directing hini to remain here until in his judgment and that of Collector Pinkertou there is no longer any apprehension It is learned tonight that attempts are being made to Intimidate Postmaster Farri day in tho discharge of his duties The commander of tJio McLaue declares that If another such report reaches his ears ho will station guards in tho postoffice and will himself direct tho handling of tho mails If ho did not do this ho would recommend that tho postoflicc bo closed Captain Smith informed several citizens today that if any disturbances occurred in tho place he would order several blue jackets ashore with instructions to tho officers in command to fire unless tho streets were cleared declares that inasmuch as tho State authorities re fuse to grant protection to United States officials and to property or protect private interests he will it upon himself to maintain order and to tho State afterwards ANOTHER HAYJIAttKET BOMB CHICAGO May Associated The night of May 4th 1880 tho date of tho Anarchist riot was recalled to mind this morning with startling vivldncsd by the discovery of truces of an attempt to blow up the Haymarket mon ument and surrounding buildings with a gi gantic charge of dynamite A passing tho monument saw Its base what appeared to be a roll of black cloth tied with a small rope He picked it up and tho supposed rope crumbled in his fingers as though charred by fire Tied up 3r a picco of black cloth was a tin can about twelve inches long and four inches in diameter The vessel was evidently full of somo sub stance and weighed about teu Sev eral pieces of burnt fuse were found lying beside it Tho fuse was in a dozen pieces and had evidently been soaked with kero sene On the steps approaching the base of the statue was found an unlighted piece of fuse to one end of which was attached a small dynamite cap This when tried with fire flashed readily The charge of dyna mite according to the police was enough to blow up several blocks Tho machine was evidently placed there early this morning and the rain extinguished the buVning fuse The contents of the can were submitted to an expert who finds that the contents con sisted of 50 per cent of nitro glycerine enough no cause great destruction It is certain that the rain alone prevented tho explosion Chief of Police Marsh declines to say anything about the Anarchists movements but it is known that the old group have boon reformed and are meeting again secretly and that Hcrr Most of New York has been sending them circulars urg ing them to organize and prepare to striko another blow ANOTHER ROCHESTER Frank Fish who convicted of mimler day before yester day at Canadulgua was this morning sen tenced to die by electricity at the Auburn State prison during the week beginning July 12th THE CHICAGO ELECTION FRACTPS CHICAGO May The grand jury baa returned ajoint indictment against twenty six alleged conspirators in the Twenty fourth ward election frauds THE WOFlATT ROKBBR IDENTIFIED DENVER May Information is heretonight that the man recentlycon victed at Clayton of stealing horses has been identified as the man who robbed President Moftatt of the First National bank a year ago of Papers will made out on Monday for his requisitioa A SANGUINARY ITALIAN NEW YORK May Frederick Eowano an Italian tonight shot and seriously in jured his wife and motherinlaw and fa tally wounded himself A Section Hand Killed BUTTE May Special to TRE Fitxpatrick a hand of the Montana was caught under the wheels of a passi ng train today and killed His body was horEibly mutU atcd Ho came to this country from county Iowa and was about 40 ol ae A Moorish Morocco is Moors perished   

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