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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah CIRCULATION EXCEEDING THAT In tlie City Coinblnefl THE MOST EXTENSIVE In tlie Mountain VOL 200 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY 3OKISTriSTG MAY 27 1S90 PRICE FIVE OEBSTTS FHE SENATE WILL KNOW WHY Two Hundred Thousand Dollars of Irrigation Funds Misappropriated THE JACK MORMON LOBBY ON DECK The Cnllom BUI Postponed Worlds Fair ConnnKsHionors Ap UankorH Silver J5II1 to the Public Jjiind Capital Notes 800 TrtnirjisR BPKBACT Htrwt WARKlNfiTON May 20 1800 The OonirnUtoo on Territories held no niceLing owing to tho illncsH and absence of several members imd in consc j qnetiffi tlu Ciillon bill wan not taken up UK expected A heavy delegation from Salt Lilc Is hero now light tho measure to tlio and Uiu Jacks nrn being made the most of its representatives uf opposed to radical legislation The following resolution Introduced by Siiiutor Stewart was unanimously passed by the Senate today WHICH tho act of October 2 18S8 an appropriation of was made for topographic surveys and for Investi gations and surveys for tho purpose of irri gation and WirmtKAS By thci act of March 2 1SSO an appropriation of WSIH rimdn for and for Irriga tion Invi arid surveys therefore ItiaoUrcl Thai tu Secretary of the f nior lor bo dlrectiid to Inform tho Scnulo how jiiucli U any of the money appropriated for irrigation Investigations and surveys has boon and used for topographic sur veys and nmttniM connected therewith and it any of such rnonoy boon diverted and used to Infonji the Hcnatf by white author ity of law whore appropriations are made by Congress for sinoral purposes tho money appropriated for tho purpose can be cllvovtod used for another purpose for which an wan also made in the same statute Is alleged that Major Iowell has diverted about of tho money appro priated for Irrigation and added It to the appropriation for topographic surveys and usud It for that purpose Tlio excuse given for this misappropriation of Government rnonoy Is that tho topographic surveys are useful for engineering work connected with irrigation but the engineers engaged In irrigation surveys say that a topographic survey Is of little or no use to them In their engineering work and that tho cost of Irri gation surveys would bo the same with or without topographical maps However that may be It is difficult to understand how Iowell can justify himself for using iiionoy appropriated for ono purpose for an other and alstinot purpose provided for In the same act It seems that Major Powell has violated not only tho spirit but the luttorof tho law It Is provided In Section M78 Kovlrfod Stat utes that All sums appropriated for va rious brunches of expenditure In public ser vice slml bo applied solely to the objects for which they arc respectively made and for no The uniform ruling of the Comptrollers and the opinion of the Attor ney General of tlie United States are In pre cise harmony with tho statutes What explanation the Secretary of the In terior will be ublo to iniilco cannot bo known until an answer to Senator Stewarts resolu tion Is received OltP FOIt IlIO WAsntNOTON May Associated tologram received at the Navy Depart ment from Acting Hour Admiral Walker at Gibraltar says tho quaclron of Evolution sailed this afternoon Cor Klo Janeiro A NKW VOHiC SirAEK A silver bill prepared by Hanker St Johns of Now York was Introduced by Senator riunib today directs the Secretary ot1 tho Treasury to purchase monthly silver bullion to the aggregate amount of ounces fine silver at the uuirkot price but not exceeding 81 for grains pure silver and to IHSIIO United States notes in payment therefor those notes to be legal tender for all purposes unless otherwise spool lied in any contract The aggregate iiniount of such notes outstanding shall riot exceed tho cost of the silver reserve on hand In tho purchitso of which tho notes wore issued Tho notes shall bo redeemable on ciomand at the treasury or subtreasury In coin but tho Secretary of tho Treasury may after the expiration of two years from the passage of this regulations for tho redemption of the notes on demand ing of the holder In an amount of silver lull lieu worth at thw market price on the date of redemption he face amount of the notes thus redeemed in bullion if in thu discretion of tho Secretary such method of roilompt ion shuil then be to tho Interest of the UnlUU Tho Secretary shall coin such portion of the sliver purchased not loss however than monthly as lie may doom necessary to provide for the redemption of tho United States notes After two years the minimum coinage re quirement shall bo reduced to per month lA I Tl COM MISSION RRS bill to repeal tho timber culture The bill repeals the timber culture act of 1S78 except as to Nebraska and all aots supplementary thereto with tho pro visos that no valid rights under tho act shall be disturbed etc The act of making provisions for the sale of desert lands amended by the ad dition of five sections governing tho Issue ofpatentsfor lands to be irrigated and giv ing parties the right to associate together In the construction of irrigating canals and ditches Tho bill further provides that no public JindK shall bo ollored at public sales except abandoned military reservations Isolated stud disconnected fractional tracts of min eral and other lands Provision is made for entering town sites In Alaska limited to acres and for the acquirement of tracts not 100 acres in extent by manu facturing or trade associations at an acre From the operation of these provisions arc fixccpUid coal lands and lands containing precious minerals public resurva tlons fish culture lands on the Kodiac arid AfiiKiia Island arid the Islands of tho l Iribylo group and tracts of land not cx i reeding i10 acres in extent occupied as missionary stations Tho right to regulate the taking and protection of salmon Is also reserved Townsite entries may bo made by Incorporated towns and cities on mineral lands of the United States butthey shall not acquire title to any vein of mineral NEWS FROM OVER THE SEA Young Bismarck Interested in Buffa loes and Indian Squaws A SAN Thu conference on tlio San Francisco Postnftice site again failed to roach a deci sion today ArioMier njceUng will bo hold Wednesday A bill was introduced by Sen Sanders today providing tliat no pa td tho Pacific Railroad Company should be crmslniud to convoy to tin company any minural lands iron arid coal lands exccpled A JfjAI OF Gil IT Tho President today signed commissions for tho Worlds Fair Commissioners notnl by tho Governors of tho various States and Terrltorlos Tho President this afternoon appointed Worlds Fair ConuulssionorsatLarge life follows August E Bullock Massachusetts Henry Ingalls Maine alternate Thomas W 0 Palmer Michigan and Joseph Olivor Indiana alternate Richard C Kerlns Missouri and Robert W Furnas Ne braska alternate Edwin H Anmildown Now York and Morton W Allou New York alternate Peter A B We1dcnr Pennsylvania and John W Chul faut Pennsylvania alternate Samuel W Jnnian Georgia and William Lindsay alternate Henry Exatl Texas and Henry L King Texas alternate Mark L McDonald Colorado and Thomas Burke Washington alternate JSO CHANOB OS1 CENSUS QUESTIONS No quorum was present today at tho meeting of the tlouso Committee on Census but these iu attendance decided to make no change in the questions to bo asked by tho census enumerators A NEW ORIGINAL 1ACKAOE WASHINGTON May from tho Committee on the Judiciary today re ported the following substitute for tho original package liquor bill now under con sideration in tho Senate That whon any intoxicating liquors trans ported from ono State or Territory to another or Jrom any foreign country such liquors shall whoa tho actual and continuous transportation of tlie sumo sluill have terriiinatod ho oonsulftroa to hiuo ceased subjects of Intcrstsito com merce bo part of the common masa ofprop erty withintho State or Territory and subject to Hie respective powers of tho Stato or4Territory to all police regulations or taxations t jjANli Public Lands reported a voluminous substitute lor the By Pure Pluck and PcrsevcfCncc He Kscapcs Drowninff NORWICH May Sari Francisco Cliroiitato lively Myoarold boy nantocl Jones of the county of Pros ton hud an experience tlio memory him In the roar of his homo is u very loop well the curbing of which Is of seamless suctions of big drain tlio linoothly dovetailed together In lean ing over the woll to recover his jacklcnlfe which had fallen on the edge of tho well ho lost his balance and lllco a plummet plunged head first clown thu dark cylinder It is fortyfive fuftt tothe water and fifteen foot ftirthpr bottom Tho boy oanghi tlio well rope and went to the bottom in an in stanl Then ho came to tlio surface and being an export swimmer easily kept him self Ho called for help but evi dently his voice barely sounded to the sur face of the earth Me swarn around the sides of his perpendicular prison a few and tho desperate nutuiO of his condition was But ho was plucky Tf he kept on swimming long he reasoned ho would soon be exhausted and sink so he managed to fix his head and shoulders against ono side of tho well and his feet against the opposite ono and in that position rested for several moments Ho upward Tho tall shaft narrowed like a tunnel above and at the top was cappedby around disc of blue sky which seemed Immensely far The boy decided to make tho effort to climb to thetop of tho well The well is very wide but theboy was barefoot and hismuscular toesand fingers stuck to the smooth curb llko tho feelers of a leech Ho bupui to crawl upward Me went slowly and without a slip until ho was within a foot or two of tho top and then suddenly his clutch slipped and a second time ho down tho wellgoing to the bottom lie camo to tho surface of tho water quickly and after a moments rest again began his toilsome upward oil nib and again when within a foot of Its top he lost his hold and plunged to tho bottom A third time he assayed tho font and that time was success ful Ho pulled himself out of tho shaft stopped over the well curb and foil breath Jess and oxIiiiiiHtod on tho ground Tho flesh hud been stripped from his fingers and his linger nails were worn to the quicks MOBBED THE RABBI Ho Informed His Congregation That Clutot Had Aready Appeared May Dig Francisco Chronicle celebration of tho Jewish foast in this city was imirkod by a sensational Tlio day was to bo observed In all tho synagogues and a large audience assembled In tho place of worship as Woodhiwn Avouuo and Erie street In response to a call issued by tho Kev W I Werbot of Baltimore editor of tho Friend of hmd Kov Werbor appeared with a rabbis cap upon his head and began his discourse Ho was buld and duo lured In the face of tho SOU sons of Israel that their ideas of tho Messiah wore ridiculous that Christ had been on earth and Ills second coining would bo In tho glare of a burning oi the world This was more than the congregation ooulfl bear and the men sprang in great oltonient to thoir feet and rushed to tho platform whore they gathered around the now alarmed minister spitting upon him and endeavoring to take the Rabbis cap from his head Pandemonium reigned until a squad of police officers arrived The womon rushed from the hall in four while tho men shouted themselves hoarpo The minister kept in tho by friends out of reach of tho mob that taunted an the Second He attempted to make an explanation but none would be received and tho crowd lingered for sonio time but tho polloo prevented violence being done Hud finally dispersed the congregation with out making arrests WONT RESIGN Exposed At Least Not Until He His Accomplices OTTAWA May TmuuNE San Francisco Chronicle The Govern ment it is understood called upon General Sir Fred Middleton yesterday to resign and ho declined to do so until his term expires next mouth The General says ho is willing to pay Tor oneeighth of the furs looted by him and no more as tho others went to members of tho Cabinet officials of tho Gov ernment and to several less imporant per sonages for whoso debts he thinks ho is neither legally nor morally responsible lie threatens to toll the names of those who have shared in the plunder if his resigna tion is Insisted pu Sir Adolpo Caron Minister of Militia tho weakest card in tlie Cabinet is to bo shelved it Ls understood as Collector of In land Revenue at Quebec Some of his esca pades hero have not ndclcd to his credit and Sir John McDonald hasgrown tired of carry ing so light a weight A Temperance Demonstration S Today was set for tho Hearing of Druggist Salmor for a permit to sell liquor nnder the prohibitory law About throe hundred students of the the university half of them ladles quit thoir classes and paraded the streets shout ing for prohibition Over one hundred ban nerswith various Mnpttpes against liquor were oairled Excitement was intense Tho protest was intended to bo an emphatic one alleged that has been violating tho liquor laws for years His ease was continued until Thursday sometrbuolo Isoxpeotcd A BrUlffCJiuiipera Fate ALMSTKRDAMV N Michael Sheehan aged 21 jumped from the Mohawk river bridge on a After striking tho water ho did not rise again Tho body has not been recovered HE IS ENTIRELY OUT OF POLITICS England Codes Turkish Possessions to Kaiser Disabled Appeal From the Persecuted Cretans NEW YORK May IDispatch Francisco ChronicU cor respondent of the Sun Juis had ati interview with Herbert Bismark and cables from London as follows He told your corre spondent things that confirm what yon have already published in regard to his fathers and his retirement for we have his assur ance that the Emperor took the most urgent measures to Induce the son to remain after his fathers resignation But Hike father Ilka son was nevermore fully illustrated than now for no father is more completely adored by his son than lhe Iron Chancellor I would very much like to go to said Count Herbert with an energetic emphasisori America his reason being that his received evidence of good will from so many sources In our country that ho was sure it must be a pleasant place Ho was manifestly in terested to know that travel from tho Gulf of Mexico to Labrador and from Sandy flook with loss fear for his personal safety than anywhere else in the world not oxoepfcing Germany Pie wanted to hunt hulTalo but ques tioned mo as to whether ho was not too fat forthe horses of tlio wild West to which I assured him that General Miles would soon wear the fat Oil of him down in Arizona and that Dr Schwoninger his fathers a more beginner in tlie art of reducing adipose tissue as compared to our Miles of the United States Cavalry This view of tho case struck him as fresh and he nodded his great head of hair approvingly as much as to say I shall go homo and ask my fathers lie was dlssapolnterI when I told him that my oxporieiica with squaws had been highly unsatisfactory and that beauty was scarcest thing about them His knowledge of squaws has been from Cooper novels and ho thought them therefore all beautiful As tohis future he coiild say no more than ho know and bhat was tittle Ho shrugged his shoulders despondently and said No one can tell said correspondent eant you got a Keat in your Congress and take an active part in tlio shaping of public opin This to him bordered on the comical and ho could huI regret that In is llotlo scope for political ambition outside of the throne Herbert no doubt regrets now that ho did not become in stead of an official for in tho barracks there are no politicalideas to make trouble DISPOSING OlTURKISH May The Chronicle declares that the Govorumanfc has coded to Gennanytho African State of Ungoro which by reason of the treaties concluded by Sir Samuel Baker really be longs to Turkey A MKSSAG15 FROM NEWFOUNDLAND Lord Kontford Colonial Secretary has received an angry address to tho Queen from the Newfoundland Legislature The address protests in the loudest manner against French aggressions bounties and smuggling which it says the English Gov ernment appears to tolerate and absolutely refuses to consent of the lob ster dispute The Legislature calls upon tho Imperial Government to cause the re moval oC lobstories and stop all fishing priv ileges until bounties threat cuing to take its own measures if the Gov ernment refuses r THE IMSHSEOUTJiiD OKKTANS OONEA OiiETM Christians yesterday adopted a resolution appealing to the foreign Consuls for protection against the continued outrages by Turks It threatens to close the shops and bring about a general suspension of business unless there is a change for the bettor in the atti tude of the Turks toward them SAMOAS AuoicrjAM May from Samoa are that tho British Gorman and American Consuls havo established the now govern ment and custom house THE KAISEn DISABLED BERLIN May Emperors foot is swollen and ho isunable to wear a boot on it He has boon ordered to keep in his room for ten days THE PASSION PLAY A SUCCESS May number of those who wished to attend the first per formance of tho Passion Play was so groat that many had to be turned The play was a groat DIAZ NOT AJJAiRMED Mexico Is Fully Prepared tc Protect Lower CITY OF MEXICO Diaz speaking of tho filibustering movomentin Lower California told an Associated Press correspondentthat ho placed little import ance in the movement Ho know the United States Government would not allow the neutrality to bo violated and the Mexican Government would protect her territory It had sufficient forces in Lower California to repel any invaders Secretary of terior Eubio says that all the statements that the natives in Lower California are in league with the iillbustorers are false and ho has advices that the natives are ready to operate against any invaders Telegrams receivedhere state that the people of Lower California are united against all statementsto the contrary are false The dispatches also say there is very little complaint against the federal ollicials who in most instances were sent from hero and Gov ernor Torres is verypopular The atlair is the topic of general conver sation here and causes considerable excite ment The bettor classes approve the con duct of the United States Government More rich petroleum discoveries have been inadc in Tabasco Pvesident Diaz has ex pressed himself favor of three American railroads Ho says any thingconnecting the outer world willbe bene ficial The Secretary states that he is nearly ready re duoing duties oniiiany articles CUKKD OF PROFANITY An Application of Soap Sufis Is Fbl M was af i d hsoi plineMe calea enco of thia his mouth Froddio wriggled suds were in his teeth there were emitted some swear words even more profane thai any in his ordinary vocabulary With the taste of soap still iti his gums and the memory of the heroic treatment in his mind that made him fairly burn with anger the young fellow was sent home to his James and Ellen McQuade That night Freddie was taken sick with diptheria from which he died after a illness Now tho boys parents have dccidec to enter suit against Miss Herndon for the of his services They claim that the application of the soap wasthe origiua cause of his death IMPORTATION OF LABOR A Congressional Committee Begin a Hearing1 at Chicago OHJCAOO May Congrcssiona subcommittee on immigration and xation began thoir hearing here today Henry D Lloyd the wellknown journalist told about the lockouts at Spring Valley Illinois The majority of the men were foreigners He had found forty or fifty families who induced to come to this country through the solicitations of a mar who assured them that they would bettei their condition They were much worse off than a home Lloyd declared that the lockout was due to the policy of the syndicate con trolling the mines which apparently thought that more money could be made having the men idle than at work One of the principal owners is exCongressmai Scott of Pennsylvania lieprcsejitativesof the Carpenters Coun cil told of the strike and related instances of men coming from Canada in answer to advertisements inserted in Canadian papers by tho bosses CONGRESSIONAL PROCEEDINGS is CHANGED TTIJS SOUTH WIM Democratic Senators Who Think tli United States Does Not Need 11 Senator Csulisle In WASHINGTON May the Sen ateim mediately altertbe reading of the journal was administeredby the VicePresident to Carlisle as Senator frotr Kentucky for Becks unexpirccl term Sherman presented petitions in favor of excluding from the mails the Police Gazette and similar publications Plumb introduceda bill to provide forthe purchase of silver for use as lawfulmoney prepared by Banker St Johns of New York Referred to the Finance Committee Calls resolution a to the landing of an armed force from t revenue cutter1 at Cedar Keys was modified and agreed to Plumb olVercd a resolution instructing the Finance Committee arid report in connection with bill showing the duties levied under the existing law tlie duties as they would be under the Mouse bill and the dirties nuclei1 to be reported by tlie committee if the commit tee should recommend new duties qranin crease or reduction of existing and to state the reasonsin each case for such reduction or lleagan movedtoamend in ease of compound a spe cific ad valorem column showing the equiv alent ail valorem amount of cluty Agreed to and the resolution as amended passed The Senate then proceeded to the consideration of the Naval Appropriation bill Tho pending question was Cockrells amendment to strike out the provision for three heavily armored battle ships at each There was a lengthy debate on this iu which Oockrell commented on tho recommenda tions of the Secretary of the Navy for the construction of a large number of vessels There was no the construction of coast defenses or ofnaval establishment It was well for the Senate to remember that was already gone When the legislation of this Congress is finished there will bo no surplus and tho people of the United States might be very happy if tho taxes did not havo to bo increased There was no occasion for the construction of great battle ships The American flag was perfectly Jsafe in every part of the earth The United States could rely on securing justice without any mani festation of physical or visible force Voorhees said the American people no more favored Increasing the navy and hav ing a great standing navy than theywere infavor of having a great standing army He had faith in the ability of the American1 people to got ready whenever an emergency arose Butler spoke vigorously in opposition to the amendment and regretted that it was notin his power to vote for eight instead of three battleships He hoped that all our diIneuJties might be settled by negotiation or arbitration but so long as human nature was as it Is it was unsafe to assume that the United States was in no danger ofa collision with foreign powers moved to amend the provision for the battle ships by inserting a proviso shall not be available until the Government of Great Britain shall have been requested by the President towithdraw alLher forces froui American waters and todis mantle tho naval stations In both Southand North America and in adjacent islands and shall have declined or neglectedfor one year to do Hawlcy said this proposition from tion already disarmed wnssimply ludicrous While he was as much in favor of peace as anybody he did not believe in any wayin departing from the holy scripture of being prepared against violence and gross injustice There was some time in the history of the world when for the sake Of manhood and patriotism for the sake of God and country a light and these were the days that lifted the people ont of their worship of the al mighty dollar Mr Hall spoke of the defenseless tion of the and the extensive British work and naval stations inBritish Columbia which be had visited last year Blairs amendment as was also OockrelVs the latter by a vote of 33 to 18 The bill was then passed Mitchell offereda resolution whichwas agreed instructing the on Pensions to amendment to the a inorc liberalpro vision for children and de pondcntrclafciycs of deceased House vr May calledto order by Clerk McPherson arid pu motion of McKiiiley Burrows was elected Speaker pro tern the chair amid the passagexof fche Districtof Coinmbia bl 11 the House r TOMBSTOXE MayaGThc Vbodypt Robert brought here calmainouutairis where was Saturday but 6 facts IE OF GOTTRELLS DEEDS How IBs Feroeions Honor Wooed and Won a Bride HE CAPTURED THE HOTEL GIN ROOM Dr Isaacson Assisted to Town Mexican Desperado Kills Two Servian Bluebeard An other Immigrant Girl Abducted Pnovo Utah May to TRIB It is reported tonight that Dr Isaacson has left the country His lino was subscribed by indignant citizens of Ameri can Fork who put him on the cars with suf ficient money to take him away and with a lively warning never to come back A MCBDEKOUS MEXICAN ALntiQtTERQUK N to afternoon a fight tool place at Goandre vineyard near Los Lunas A crowd had assembled to witness a horse race Wine flowed freely and soon the crowd became fighting drunk Vinciiito Artiaga and two brothers named Conway had a dispute when Artiaga drew a re volver and shot the elder Conway who died in a few minutes Another shot wounded the younger brother who is not expected to live Another ball struck Demotrio Bialagos seriously wounding him Deputy Sheriff Clementa Silva made an attempt to arrest the murderer when two women lumped in front of Artiaga thus preventing the latter from shooting the officer The murderer was finally arrested and chained to tho prevent his escape COTTRliLl7S CAREER CEDAII KKYS May UUKE Dis Francisco Chronicle Mayor Cottrell has not been caught His relatives aver that he has left the State never to retirn but this statement is viewed with suspicion The details of Cottrells crimes and the manner iu which ho has terrified are coming to light every day Cottrell is credited with the killing of three or four men and ho has maltrcaicd several others No one in Cedar Keys dared to in anything and ono young Englishman who staying at Bellatinas the principal hostelry in the town had a narrowescape after oiVending him Howas leaning against the counter in the barroom and as is customary with the Briton abroad lie was making disparaging remarks about the country Suddenly the slight form of Cottrell looked inthe doorway After listening for a mo mcutto tho strangers conversation he drew his pistol and told the Englishman he would make him too the chalk mark out of town at the point of the pistol and he did Tho story of his marriage is a most ro mantic one About two weeks before New Years a brigJitlooking woman from South Carolina was on a visit to her cousin Dr Dopher tho station agent at Cedar Keys One afternoon Cottrell met Dopher in a bar ber shop The Mayors voice wasthick with pathos and whisky He was on a He said Dopher introduce liie to that cousin of yours and Ill marry her within two Mr Dopher replied that was not the time ami place to talk of such a thing and that Cottrell was not in a lit state to mention a lady at all Cottrell resorted to his usual argument and drew his pistol Dopher drew his1 and several shots were ired without any more harm done than tho smashing of a pane Of glass Tho young woman was at that time engaged to a leading lawyer iu Jacksonville but a few days after the meet ing in the barber shop Cottrell became ac quainted with her and she sent back her en gagement ring and presents to her old sweet heart He oame to Cedar Keys and expos tulated in vain Oottrell bride and they were married within a fortnight as he had said they should be They spent liheir honeymoon in Jacksonville and Cottrell promised to reform and become a most ex emplary citizen On their return four days later however Cottrell was drunk again They at BolJatinas and Bellatina refused to supply Cottrell with any more liquor A fracas at once followed Cottrell pur sued the saloonkeeper all over the house He broke through two rooms successively but Bellatinas wife threw herself before the door of the room iu which husband was hiding and said that Cottrell would have to kill her before he gained an en trance This sobered him a little and ho pocketed his pistol and withdrew The next dayhe had Bellatina arrested and took dossessiou of the bar Quenching the thirst which consumed all of his companions until there was nothing left but water in the house A SERVIAN BLUEBEARD LONDON May man whom his neigh bors call Bluebeard has been discovered and imprisoned in the vicinity of Belgrade Buja For thelasttwenty years lie a considerable landowner and1 the the largest tavern in thesuburbs of the Servian capital Buja was living with his first wife when hemade his first appearance among the Belgradiaus in 1869 Two years later she vanished Bujaadvertised forher had detectives to try to find her and apparently mourned for her deeply After all his efforts hadproved in vain and years had elapsed he mar ried1 again The second Mrs Buja lasted until the middle of IS74 then she too dropped out of sight Buja did ashe had done wheu the first Mrs Buja vanished and was as before With 1875 came another Mrs Buja who could not be found after Tuly 1876 spring of 1S77 a fourth Mrs Buja shared Mr and board She was young and pretty and as devoted to her husband as he seemed to be to her After a ball one evening in 1S7S she started for homealone inacab never aftei ward Her husband ransacked the country for her mourned with unusual vehemence he would never marry again He remained single until 1SSJ took bis her ever sinceand has had three by her He had badluck in land speculation eighteen months obliged ijartof his Six weeks ago the pur Chaser broke Two feet below the surface he beer lait lie found the skeleton of woman attired iri a ball Some jew elry thathad dropped1 womans clueto theif act that the skeleton Bujas Buja was arrested and confessed that lie throttled inthe cask and lier on return from the dSrwas tihatlie was refusedto hekilledhis ihree other deaa jallfarm hope of 3 adibg Jeff Jloorc reported discovery of tho dead bodies of Moore and his sun Charles It is now believed that William son killed Moore and son ho having been in theiremploy and finding nothing of value in tho house and fearing detection attempt ed suicide The Moorcs had been mJsfipc several days and Williamson had reported to the neighbors that they were visitins hi the West by the Coroner to night showed and his son wcro killed with an axe Williamson confessed crime tonighi but says he was hired TO do it but by whom he will not A TOUGH SELMA N May While John Star ling was returning home from this place in a wagon with his wife on Saturday a crowd of men seized and took him into the woods tied him to a tree and shot him Starling was a rough character who had long been a terror to the neighborhood and was suspected of having killed his mother inlaw and brotherinlaw in hopes of ob taining their property TilE KVHAUn ARKKST NEW YORK May Courier fas ElaAs Unis prints a story from Havana giv ing an account of the arrest of Eyraud tho Fro noli murderer which was oilVeted through tho eager watchfulness of a French merchant Eyraud camo there in February last and olieved for sale to tho merehaul some Oriental goods Afterwards readingin the Ctmric that the murderer had such articles in his possession the merchant watched for him nml when he returned in the early part of this month notified the authorities His arrest followed AN IMMIGRANT S ABDUCTION NKW YORK May of the out rageous cases of abduction of immigrant girls came to light yesterday Mary Kegau a pretty young Irish girl who landed in New York from Cork last week and was abducted from the barge office has gone insane at the home of Michael Galvin her uncle at PerthAmboy Sho drugged in this city after her abduction and subjected to ter rible treatment at the hands of an unknown man A few days before the steamer arrived Miss Galvin of Asbnry Park the eousin of Mary Regan received a letter informing herof MissKenans impending arrival Miss Galvin asked her umlo Michael Gvilvin to accompany her the oflice of the Immigration Commissioners in New York where they expected to meet the girl On their arrivalThursday night they found that she had been turned over to a man who represented himself as Michael Galvin the girls uncle They were also toid that this man claimed to live on Fiftyseventh street New York City Galvin and his niece went to the address given and found a vacant lot Yesterday afternoon the girl became somewhat lucid and said that she had been taken to a house by her supposed uncle where she had been given something to drink After that she said everything was blank Miss Regan brought to the barge office and ex amined by two physicians and doclavod in sane Sho was then sent to the insane asylum at Amityville TWO NliGROliS NEWPORT May Sailor and wife two re spectable and inoffensive negroes living near Riverside Woodruff county were assas sinated nt their home this morning by un known parties supposed to bo ncproes Much indignation is expressed WATER FOB BOISE WHAT HE KANKEBEO FOR Mdnlifie Fools With Sullivan Till He Gets a Match AN EXPERT SWIMMERS PROPOSITION Artesian Water Within a I M Railway Survey BOISI5 CITV Idaho May to enthxisiasm pre vails here over the recent development of artesian water within a mile of tlio city limits It is now established beyond every question that an inexhaustible supply is not only already developed but thit it is obtainable at a reasonable depth anywhr with in a certain radius in the foothills north of the city Eastman Brothers of Overland Hotel who have been supplying the city with water from springs north of the city for years have within a few days past developed four different flowing wells from which they have a fine over gallons per day and they are now constructing a sys tem of reservoirs and city waterworks The Idaho and Montana Kailway survey ors have arrived from Anaconda Montana i distance of over three hundred and sixty miles They report the line located from Butte to Anaconda thence across the main range of the Rockies to Gibbonsville chenoe up the Salmon river via Salmon City to Challis and Crystal City through Stanley basin over the Sawtooth range to Vienna thence via Soututon and down the Boise river to Boise City where itconnects with the Oregon and Pacific The heaviest grade will not exceed 2 per cent The Salt Lake excursionists are enjoying theirtrip beyond expectation and quite a number of purchases of real estate have been made by them BUTTJSS NEW BO AD The Great Mining Town Jtdnked to Prosperous JBozeman BUTTE May to Butte Bozernan Short Line railroad was formally opened today with an excursion of about of Butters representative citizens who journeyed to the Valley City over the new line The road gives town direct communica tion with the most productive agricultural It was during the construction of this road that the famous Election Precinct No nol drew his revolver and threatened WiU Swim the Hudson Bound Hand and University PrizeFiffht is Followed by a Bloody Sporting Notes Ninv YORK May Dispatch San Chronicle van recently sent a telegram to MuMoon who was in Chicago Asking him if he would return to New York aud take charge of him for the Jaclcson light Muldoon answered that he would do so and immediately packed up his traps and is now on his way here to meet the champion and mako the arrange ments necessary In the premises When Pullixan is clear of his Mississippi trouble it seems very likely that Jackson will bo tho big fellows mark THK SULLIVANMCAUUFKIC MATCH A match has at last been arranged in which the champion John L Sullivan will tignre as one of the Ills adver sary will be Joe McAulillo the heavyweight froin the Pacific Slope Late on Saturday nirht a crowd of prominent sporting men which included Billy Madden Jimmy Wakely and ihil Lynch met at an uptown resort and arranged a meeting between tho giants It was agreed that the Jjght should be fought to a finish for S5000 a side with light gloves Marquis of to govern Lynch deposited in Jim Wnkelys hands is i forfeit for Sullivan and Billy Madden did tho same for McAulilVo Wakely was then selected as stakeholder Tho light will take place somo time in August Texas or Virginia will be the but tle ground If the Virginia Athletic Club has an accommodating spot for tho battle safe from police interference it is very likely that it will take place there as it wlU be most too warm in Texas to have any sort of a contest as this during August Sulli van will no doubt be a favorite but Mc AulilVes chances are regarded as iirstrato by his friends AN EXriSRT SWTMMHRS PROPOSITION Here is a feat which no man has ever tried before A boy from Missouri named Mecadier proposes to swim across tho Hud son river at the widest point witli arms and legs tied together and holding dumbbells in each hand Somo years ago Professcr Balbo a professional swimmer succeeded in swimming tho river at its narrowest point with arms and legs tied Balbo swam with his hands tied behind his back but tlio rope was bound in such a manner as to allow the hands plenty of latitude sullicent to keep him alloat Tho ambitious newcomer will be bound tightly with his hands cloao to his side and feet together One twentyfive feetof rope will bo the operation in connection with straps band will bo a dumbbell to convince skeptics after the performance that the bands were not in use during the swim This will be stilHcicnt evidence for it is obvious that if the swimmer opened bis hands during transit the iron ioiuMcGinty Ho is a swimmer with a record for in of last year he swam across tho Mississippi river with his legs bound a feat that was deemed impossible on account of current Among his most difficult perfor mances was that of treading water for two and one half miles holding a llag in each hand and swimming one mile on his back holding a flag between his teeth Ho Iris a wide reputation as a lifesaver having rescued fifteen persons from a watery grave and he modestly says more pride in this than anything I have SIOKT AT ANN ARJJOK ANN ARBOU May field dav sports of the university students Satur day developed into a but enthusiastic and ablebodied riot All passed off pleas antly until the sparring contest began In the middle of the contest William Vnay a Detroit Athletic Club man was pitted against S C Glidden a university student It was a slugging match of the nounced type I the first Ybay got Glidden on the ropes and pounded him un mercifully but could not knock him out Both were liberally besprinkled with blood Vhay struck Glidden while thclattcr was on his knees a clear case of foul but Jolin Collins a Detroit man who was referee would not allow it and the students wenc W Vliay hammered Glidden until the latter i could not see or stand and fouled him twice but Collins would not allow it Glidden had to be helped from the grounds Vhav then had to defend his honors Arthur Frantzen another university and another disgraceful and brutal ex hibition was witnessed Both were bleeding from mouth and nose when the third round began had the best of the en counter but Collins gave the decisionto Vhay It seemed then as if pandemonium broken loose The students gathered around Collins with yells of kill remarksof this kind were freely shouted Some one hit Coll i us and he struck back A free light was on m a minute A deputy sheriff rushed intothe crowd to save CoJJins In the melee he struck one of the boys with his cane and the fight waxed 34 was established last October and I this point was passed today flew thick and fast on both sides The Salvation Army Prospers NEW May Dis Francisco Chronicle Marshal Ballingvon Booth commanding the Salvation Armyforces inthe United States said that the annual meeting of the organization begins tomorrow aiid statis tics show an enormous growth of the work America We have now in the United said Bootlv one hundred amiJive officers at SCO stations and out posts No less than people attend our meetings every Sunday anddurhig tbe week the according j to our records last month jouls savedat ourmeeting fair monthly average no le and buildings used for our fetates ano our trained visit upwards horned every aud fire is the motto of the Salvation it is now in countries and editionsof the War to shoot but that only served to aggravate tho irouble and ho as pounded and mauled bythe infuriated mob It took three officers and a lot of fighting to rescue the deputy nd Collins from the mob andit was complished until the deputy had a scalp wound where he had benn struck witha stone The scene was brutal almost beyond le lirrf and the manner of tho hightonedi sto dents would have been a clisr played by the toughest adherents offthe prixe ring It is probable thatthe leaders of the arrested officer and serious consequences are very likely to follow the FOR THE TETXIS cnAifjpiossnii tlie championship Cm arepublished many in as CHICAGO May i says Treasury agents been at the requestof the looking iii vofc foreign labor ersby se cured evidence bl lauiti of ordi2ati6u world in this city tday It will be continued Wednesday and The winner must secure seven out of teen gamesl Petti f won the first set bivslx to two Saunders the second set the third six to two the sixyto THE OifAHA MAJf
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