Salt Lake Tribune, May 28, 1890

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May 28, 1890

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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah CIRCULATION EXCEEDING In the City Combined THE MOST EXTENSIVE tin In tlie Mountain VOL O 201 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH lOE2sIXG MAY 1S90 PIMCE FIVE 1 1 in NOTES FROM THE CAPITAL Kovcrnor West Urges an Appropria tion for the Military Turk MUMS BRIEF D8EAM OF FAME An Important Census Order Issued TIioFirrit JLuHtiltH of iho JSlevcmth Oojjartinent Olu lor Arizona Settlers SALT LAKK TrunuNK RORKATT IourUionMi Htruot J May J7 1800 Governor appeared tills morning bo the Mouso Appropriations and urged that provision made for park Ing the Fort Douglas Military Reservation StfCCKHDS Senator Hlackburns resignation today from tho Donate Committee on Territories idds Senator Carlisle to that Important committee Whl Its the com ml I too has shown ft tendency to divide upon lines on many Territorial matters it IK believed that Kenulor Carlisles presence will not bo dls udvantagouH lo tho friends of loyalty in Utah Till CIKAKKMSKH ACTIVITY Tho decision of the Sonulu Finance Com mlttoo today to allow hearings on tho Tariff bill was secured through thu votes of Sherman and Morrlll It will donbtles1 delay the roporl of the bill until tho middle of Juno or two woeks later Tho smelters trust has already applied fur a hearing and will carry their light lost In tho House Into tho Hofiato Meantime petitions aro being circulated through Iowa praying for free Mexican silver lead ores Thy first of those was proHontcd in thoKenuto today hy Senator Allison Tho of those petitions Is of course Lo influence tho votes of yonators Allison and Wilson Tho action of tho eoiumlt toc Is received with general condemnation on tho Republican side if adhered to it moans a session protracted long past tho middle of Summer and probably Into Sop item bor IJYNUMS nun AM ov FA MB May B7 Dis patch Sun IYanclsco Ulironlfilc Mr Ueod has gone to tho funeral of his ven erable mother it bocamo nocossary for tho House to oloeta Speakerpru torn yesterday Tho liopubllcan steering commltfcoc held a little canciiMr at which It was decided to nominate Jarrows of Michigan Tlie Dem ocrats were notHlod of that fact and tho question was raised whether Uioy should go to tho trouble of nominating an opposition candidate Mr Bytium of Indiana who was nomi nated for Speaker by sorno of the Demo cratic papers tho tlmO ho was constred by thoHouso has tulcon that taffy us genu ITIO arid boliovos himself to ho In a fair way to fill tho chair tho next tho Democrats gotcontrol of the House It occurred to hint this morning that it might be a good thing to establish tho precedent and got in tho ilno of promotion as it may bo said so he proposed thai tho Democrats should givo him a complimentary nomination in oppo sition to Ho liustlod around tho Hotiso with great Industry and everybody ho uiot assented goodnaturedly to lotting him enjoy such an empty honor until Mills Crisp MuMlllln Springer und somo of tho other loaders on tho Democratic side who are also candidates for tho Sponsorship camo In They at onco sat upon Mr By tftth such forco that his friends woro compelled to draw his muti lated Into tho cloakroom WAIl DKlAKTMKNT JHANOliS Tbe reduction of tho commissioned foroo of tho AdjutantGenerals Quurtormustor CJonorals and ComtnissaryOenorals De partments and tho Increase of the Judge AdvocatoGouoralsatid InspectorGonoruls dopurtmonts proposal by Secretary Proctor aro exciting lively discussion among staff ofllcors Coining us It does us u Dopart mont measure moro weight Is attached to It thon to the average reorganisation bill and HH u consequence tho Secretary and General Cutohoon who Introduced the bill aro he ing flooded with communications for and against tho measure It Is evident that tho Secretary Intends topass tho bill regardless of the opposition and he Is to have assistance of General Cutchoon who con templates giving public hearings before tho House Military Committee to all those who wish to be hoard on tho subject A CONfKUKNOB WASHINGTON May conference committee on tho pension bill had another meeting today but accomplished nothing and adjourned until Monday NOMINATIONS Tho President has sent to tho Soitato tho following nominations United States Idaho Singapore Samuel L Gracey Massachu setts Koo Chow China Levi A Hughes Collector of Internal Revenue for Now Mexico William R of Wisconsin Commis sioner Cor tho district of Alaska The nomination of Georgo Christ Col lector of Customs for was con firmed MajorGeneral Miles In a telegram to tho War the Commanding Gen eral Department of is directed to make such disposition of troops as will make It untenable for hostile Indians and givo protection to tho suMlors TJTH IXTKUXATIONAn BANK The President transmitted to Congress a letter from the Secretary of Stato upon tho recommendation of tho punAmortean Con gress that an International American bank established ntOTEOTtON FOR Delegate Smith of Arizona this morning handed President Harrison u telegram from Tombstone tho vordiut of tho coronors iurv in tho caso of Kobert Hurdle hilled by Apaches near Kuckors Cafloii and complaining bitterly of tho luck of proper military protection In the country Tno President endorsed tho tologram as follows This telegram is submitted for the In for mation of the Secretary of War with direc tions to take prompt and ellectivo measures to protect the settlers and capture tuul bring to merited punishment any hostile In dians who havo boon concerned In tho kul iug of our TO OUT JvlrW Kopiesentatlvo Flower of Now York intro duced in tho House toclny a joint resolu tion appropriating tc cotnploto tho Grant at Now York AN IMlOUTANT CENSUS OUPEU Potter the follow IHL important order to all census supervis ors instruct onumerators in cases persons rofuso to answer questions on the populutlvo schedule in relation to physi cal and mental Usabilities 22 and or to questions relating to farm homes and mort gages 20to 30 to enter in the proper thewords rofusod to an No further steps will the part of the supervisor All logal proceed Ings will bo instituted at Department Of Jus A DEBT KKPORT Tho Census zuade public the iirst results of tlie eleventh census in rela tion lo Slate and local finances It consists of a ptflliiiliiarv report on the indebtedness ofSSOOeounMosln tho United States Tho reports show that the principal of Statu dobts at the present time is Of this is bonded and lloatlng This showsa net dccrcswc in the total dobt during tlio last ton years of S54 tho bonded having been de creased by and tho floating dobt Increased by Tlio decrease by geographicul divisions have been us follow Eastern States Middle Southern Western The total bonded debt of tho Unitod Stares wan 100 In JS80 and in This shows a total decrease of State and National in ten years The total bonded dobt of 2ROO counties in the United States and Territories against 1 18SOTho floating dobt in 1SKO was while the present floating dobt is a de creuse of This shows an increase In total dobt of coutitles during tho last ten yours of The Goulds Capitulate NKW Yoitic May local paper says President Manuel of tho Atclii son system roccntly wired Jay Gould that unless he stopped rate cutting by the Missouri Pacific he would inaugurate a war on the Texas and Mexican business tlmt would make limn Htjeel heard today and Ciorgo Gould called on Mr Manuel and made overtures for asettlement of tho trouble saying that they desired therate war stopped This it is believed will soon bring about a cessation of hostilities CONGRESSIONAL PROCEEDINGS AN IMIOTJCBT A MJflXtCAN GUIS TAX A Klglit Democrat AddroHSOH tho Sonato hi Opposition to tho Kvorciso of a StatoH WASHINOTON May the Senate Dr UluoklMini excused from further service on thu ConuiilLUjo on Torrltorius Allison iinssontod a from Iho oltixens of Burlington Iowa against tho Imposition of duties on ores from Mexico Jullom ollorod a resolution uulllng on tho Niujriitury of tho Truasury for iutonnatioii authority nuclei1 which merchan dise hi bond is appraised or unappraisocl ami jjoods of a dornostlc origin are permit ted ho forwarded between Atlantic and Inoifio ports ol tho United States over tho Canadian Pacific etc Also to roport by what authority merchandise other than the products of contlguouH countries Is permitted to outer thu United States under consular seal and proceed to Its destination without duty or examination attho port of first arrival Then was ho said evidence of irregularities and that tho country was probably losing somo of its icvoimo Tho resolution wont over until tomorrow ThoSoriato then rosnmocl consideration of tho Imported Liquors bill tho question be ing on thu substitute reported yesterday from tlio Judiciary GommlUoo Ooico uiguod against tho constitutional Oongross TO delegate its delegated powois back to tho States Goorgo supported tho hill EuHtis said tho olleut of tho passage of the bo thau the States would bo comlhgto OongrosH soon and asking perniis slon to exclude cotton sood oil dressed hoof and other articles andthus finally build up MI Impcmotrablo wall about their borders against products from foreign countries and other States lie was a Statesright Demo crat of the strictest sort and In favor of the States exercising to an unlimited extent the rights which they had reserved but tho powers which they had lodged In tho Fed oral Government and lodged wisely ho wanted the Federal Government to exorcise exclusively debate tho bill wont over until toiuorrow Tho VicePresident announced tho of Blackburn as a member of Lho Committee on Appropriations and Jarllslo as a member of tho Committee on Finance Territories and Woman Sullrage Tlie conference report on tho bill to simplify the law In relation to tho collection of rovouuo was presented and agreed to After executive session tho Scuato ad House WAsniNOTON May Ohio submitted a conference report upon tho Customs Administrative bill McMillan one of the conferees said that ho declined to agreeto tho report for tho reason that he bollovod the bill would increase taxation Outside of the sugar schedule tho Tariff bill Increased duties to an avorago of 5S per cent Tho pending measure would raise tho average to between 10 and 70 cent This would result In preventingimports closing custom houses and destruction to commerce McKinloy said tlio moasuro was substan tially tho bill recommended by the Secre taries of tho Treasury of tho last throe ad ministrations and was practically tho same as the Mills bill It wusa bill not to increase tho rates of duty but to prevent frauds upon the revenue Tho conference report was 127 nays Speaker pro tern counting a quorum Tho Democrats as u rulo re frained from voting Tlio House then wont into Committee the Whole on tho Ttlver and Harbor Appro priation bill Some minor amendments wore offered and rejected MoOroary raised tho point of order against thoso portions of thebill which prescribed a penalty for tho maintenance of obstructive bridges across navigable waters Pond ing a decision tho oomniIttoo rose und tho llouso adjourned THIS BAPTIST MISSIONARIES Resolutions on Public Schools Tem perance and Lotteries CHICAGO May todays meeting of tho Baptist Homo Missionary Society YttW Or Colby of Ohio presented an ac count of tho missions in Mexico Ho lamented that only Mexicans were Protestants Kev Dr Foster of tho Methodist Church hrouciit fraternal greetings In the course of his remarks ho said that war will result if tho Knjilish languago be not taught in public schools Tho committee to whom was referred tho petition of tho National League reported favoring Its objects The League soaks to sociiro a constitutional and legislative safe guard for tho protection of the common school system and to prevent all sectarian und denominational appropriation of public funds liov Dalano of Illinois roportod temper ance resolutions deploring tho results recent decision of the Supremo Court and hoping tlmt would pass such laws as to render tho decision inoperative Resolutions wero adopted condemning lotteries and declaring that no State should license thoiu Tho Hostile Apache Band i SAN FUAMJISCO May regard to tho niurder ofAttorney Henry IJardio a couple of days ago by hostile Indians near Tombstone General Mllos bus issued orders to pursue tho Indians and the same tactics as when In pursuit of Gbrori Inio Tho hostile band consists of KicTundv his vpio sentenced to twenty years Intho mljHavy ing a few years wore pardoned dent1 Cleveland and returned to thoir reser vations The civil authorities thorn and sentenced them to bo hanged While being taken Yuma tiary tlioy murdered rShorlff and es EVE1TS The Annual Meeting of the Bio Grande Stockholders REPORTS SHOW A PROSPEROUS YEAR A FlatteringIncrease in Old Directors Wcll Known Montana Stockman llailroad Camp lliot DENVER May to Tlie fourth annual mectingof thestockhold crs of tho Denver fc Rio Grande Railway Company was held this noon at tlieufUce of President P H Moilatt in tho Chcesoman block Eighty per cent of the stock was represented and the meet ing was most harmonious The old board of directors was rcclcctecl They are Messrs G K Coppell Adolph Engler Kicliard T Wilson Oharlcs M Dacosta Jrtscph R Busk New YorkCity John Low bur Edmunds Smith Philadelphia David H MotVatt Walter S Choosman Denver During tho last fiscal year the gross earn ings were an increase of over last year tho Operating ex penses were a decrease of over last year the net earnings wore increase of over last year Tn presenting the annual report Chairman Coppell made a few remarks touching on tho condition and general prosperity of tho company Tho report was ordered dis tributed to the bylaws of the company were amended changing the annual niceling from tho last Tuesday in May to the third Tuesday in October Tho building oC tho Villa Grovolino was authorized The survey is complctbd and contracts will be let in a few Board of Directors will meet in New York on Tune 5th when they will organize and elect a president and other officers Mr Ooppeli and party leave lor Now York to night over tho Burlington A IMiOMJNKNT STOCKMANDUOWKKD BUTM May to reached this city late last night of tho drowning of N J Dprcnspeck a prominent stockman the principal buyer and owner of tho Butchers Company while fording Snako river at Jacksons Hole and that the body had been broughtto Market Lake Tho drowning occurred on Saturday night but word was not sent to his wife here until last night and then no particulars were given All that could bo leurnod was that ho had met his death wlxjlo crossing the rlvci1 and that tho body had not been recovered until the time of sending tho Mr Dorenspeok was one of tho best knownand most highly re spected of the business men in this portion of Montana ItlOT AT A EACTjUOAD CAMP SPOKANE to serious shooting allair oc curred in a railroad camp on the Northern Pacific road near this city this A gang of hobos wontup to tho carnp and com menced to created a disturbance W E Thomas the contractor in charge of tho camp ordered them to loavo which they refused to do Thou they engaged In a gen oral melee during which a negro in tho gang drew a pistol on Thomas and threat ened to shoot A squad of police was sent to quoll the row Upon their appearance tho gang broke for tho adjoining woods and tried to escape One of them named Ed Murray broke from the grasp ofThomas who picked up a shotgun and sent a charge of shot into him wounding him severely but it is thought not Tho wounded man was taken to tho Thomas was arrested and gavo bonds for his appearance Two of tho hobos wore also jugged FOREIGN NEWS A French Movement Against Anar Meetings Broken Up PARIS May Francisco Chronicle S Tho French Government is sounding other European States in regard to an international move ment against Anarchists tho object sub stantially being a mutual agreement among tho nations of Europe and America also if they can deliverup all per sons guilty ot Anarchist to spare no ellortfio suppress such IiAhis respect the French and Germans are foronco agreed It is thought that Austria will talce an Interesting sharein bringing about the desired Thecoun tries most in the way ot such an arrange ment are Switzerland and England In Eng land very decided evidence of actual par murder or other serious crime would be required before popular opinion would permit the extradition of any alleged ofTender Switzerland has always sturdily maintained the right of an asylum for men and womenHying from political persecution THE plilNCK OF WALESS SON LONDON May entrance of the eldest son of the Prince of Wales into the House of Lords during the lifetime of his father is an event uniquein English history for the simple reason that the newlycreated Duke of Clarence and Avondalo and Earl of Athlore is tho only eldest son of a PrmcoTOf Wales since tho Princes of Wales were who has attained much passed by several years his majority his father was still heir apparent to thocrown lUISR MEETiNGS DISPERSED DUBLIN May The demonstration at Casual today which was preeipiUitcdby the was a game of managed to address a fugitivemooting outsido Boher lahin and then drove to the village to ad dross another which the police dispersed with batons Dillon was struck A mili tary detachment arriving several charges wore made Onopoliceman was injured HEH EYESIGHT HESTOHED VIENNA May of the Shah has had her sight fully restored and will start home A HUMAN BEAST The Barbaric laierrjed iy a Canadian Francisco number of reporters case of who destituteon ambiuifcaini slxi Gu The ip rVyealed orijo ofthe niost seen in Udtlb thing that wellmight make people smile incredulity but an investigation of the caseproved thy t the facts are nor exagger ated The reporters found the man and had a tilk with him after considerable diilictilty Thinking that perhaps it was some form of religioiKT mania hcwsus questioned ubontitr and ho answered very intelligibly thut he read the Bible and believed in God and thouirht that he belonged to the Presbyte rian Though tried on vari ous subjects he seemed sound ex cept his moclo of living Beside him was a violin and it looked curiously out of place in the den It is said he can play it but us there was no rosin on the bow the visitors didnt have a chance to hear him Chinese Caught TROV N May Five Chinamen are detained at Manone for violating the ex clusion law in crossing the Canadian fron tier into this StateTlie prisoners admitted that they came from Montreal Two Ameri cans came with them One American was i rrosted ana it is believed that ho is one of the an that lias contracted to smuggle into the United States 200 Chinamen The other American escaped The Chinamen will bo sent back More California Floods SAN FKANCISCO May Recent rains havo caused many streams to overflow im ports from San Joaquin valley tonight say that in any thousands of acres of cultivated land are under water and great damage will result The snow is just beginning to molt in themountains and it is feared a few warm days will cause a serious Hood At Firoboiigh the banks of the river arc in dan ger Should they break a vast soctiou of country will be in undated AN INTERNATIONAL BANK BLAIKE PKKPABJBSA FOR ITS INCOKEOBATION Tlio Capital Stock Is to Be Ten Million Dollars and It Is to Bo Controlled by the United Sttttoa WASniNGTON Tho President to day transmitted to Congress a letter from tho Secretary of State enclosing the report of the International American Conference on tho international American bank scheme In tho letter the President says it is not proposed to involve the United States in any financial responsibilities but only to givo to the proposed bank a corporate franchise and promote publicconfidence by requir ing that its condition and transactions shall be submitted to scrutiny similar to that exorcised ovor our banking system The subject is submitted1 for the consideration of Congress in the belief that it will be found possible to promotethe end desired by legislation so guided as to avoid all lust criticism li his letter to the President Secretary Elaine sets forth the advantages tobe de rived from such a that the merchants of this country are as dependent upon the bankers of Europe in their financial transactions their American neighbors as they are upon tlio ship owners of Gaeat Britain for tion facilities continue to labor under those embairrassments until direct banking systems are established1 The re port of tho committee of tho PairAmerican Conferencepiosaiits a easy method of relief and the enactment olthe measure recommended will in the judg ment of tho conference result inthe estab lishment of proper facilities for interAmeri can banking A bill has at the btatp Be partrnent to carry into cncct therecom mendations of tho committee The bill designates tho United States delegates to tho PanAmerican Conference as commis sioners to receive subscriptions to the capital stock of the InternationalAmeri can Bank offices for which purposeniziy be opened in Washington New York and other principal cities in tho American Republics As soon shares are subscribers shall have theusualpowers to organise a which rishall have the samo privileges now enjoyed generally Its acquisition of real estate however is limited to 15 per cent ofthe capital stock paid in The corporation may bo designated by the Secretary of the Treas ury as a depository for public money and may be employed as afinancial agent of the Govermnent The principal offices shaU be in Washington or New York withpower to open branch offices in tho United States Mexico South and Central America The capital stock Is fixed shares which may be increased bya two thirds vote to not exceeding Business may bebegun as soon as twenty five per cent of the subscriptions in cash but at least must be paid within two years The Board of Directors shall bo composed of twentyfive persons not less than fifteen to be citizens of the United States Thestockbolders aremade liable to the amount of their subscriptions but no more The in corporators shallfile semianriually with tho Secretary of tho Treasury a report of their financial condi tion and the affairs shall at all times opento examination by the officers ot tho Treasury Department Provision is made for the appointment of a recelvec and the winding up of alFairs in case the capital stock is impaired more than twenty percent of the American capital stock actually paid in and the directors fail1 to make such impairment A Steamer Passenger Killed QUEBEC May Thesteamer from Liverpool reports an exceed ingly rough passage On four cabin passengers were standing at the head oftho stairs leading to the saloon when a tremendous wave struck the knocking them down Mr Valpy short time arid the throe others were ter ribly injured but will A P JDireetors Elected NEW YORK May directors Atlantic Pacific Railroad Company to day elected the following directors Georse C Magoen Thomas Baring Cecil Baring J McCook B P Cheaney William E A Abbott Spenco Samuel Hayes Levi 0 Wadick J D Springer Blue and Gray Reunion ViCKSuuriG May second the reunion of the andthe Gray was a great success1 v of happy speeches by Ndithern and Southern orators and in the afternoonthere was a grand parade On the veterans of both deco rating the graves Peace Delegates Chosen BOSTON May the annual meeting of tlio American PeaW Society following delegates were chosen totheUni versal Peace Congress in David Dudley Field New York vDB John Niitt and CtisMagard Howard Chicago Phillip C others vijj An Advance in Hub tier Goods NEAV Youkv acir cular representatives of the rubber Industry of the In regard to the recent was tlie rice of aiid BATE GERMAN CATHOLICS Tlio State Must Sot Meddle Their Parochial Schools With AN INVASIONOF PARENTS RIGHTS Bishop Flasch Warms Up on the Subject oX the Bennett Jjaw anil Declares It Is of Masonic Resolutions Adopted MILWAUKEE May the convention of the Gorman Catholic societies this morn ing several speeches were made 11 J Spannhorst of St Louis said the Bennett law presented a political question that the Catholics could not ignore because it di rectly atrected the welfare of their institu tions Flasch in an address referred to the Bennett law and upheld the right of the church to pro into politics when its interests were attacked Me was followed by Bishop Kataor of Green Bay who attacked the Ben nett law In the bitterest manner lie said the law practically denied the right of a child w obey its parents by putting its claims before that of the parents 1 he friends of the he said tell ns the child has rights which the State must see ac corded it but the parents have more inter est in the child thantho State The Gov ernor and his little German boy will bo well taken care ofby their parents if tlie State will let them As the Bishop proceeded he warmed to the subject and fairly brought his hearers to their feet by the intensity of his manner He became angry pathetic sarcastic by turns Our manner of teaching hngnsn they tell us is what they are ho exclaimed but this is not so English is now taught in our schools but jl the State has the right to tell us that we must teach English it will soon bo telling us what wo shall eat and what shall be on the table for the family dinner They arc all of a class laws whether in Wisconsin Illinois or Massachusetts They attempt to interfere with personal and parental rights Carried out to their logical conclusion they would be very dangerous to the church and to society This Bennett the Bishop continued was conceived in the minds of freethinkers and those opposed to the Catholic Churcii and her Tie was told recently he said by a Mason that tho Bennett was first suggested by the Masons The man said i could prove it to you if I did not put so high a value on my hcad that the Bennett law was first agitated in tho Gntnd Lodge of Masons in the State of The applause which followed thisstatement was deafening and tho Bishop had to stand fully a half minute be fore ho could continue In closing he urged to oppose all measures like the Bennett law to the best of their ability and to stand iirm by tlie church At the afternoon session the following resolutions was unanimously adopted In view of the attacks upon the most sacred rights of parents which have recently been begun by nativists and adherents of pater malism we compelled to present to the people of thib State the following declara divine and natural law parents arc en in duty bound to provide for the education of their we claim forpiirciusthoright to such schools lor thoeduciuioji of their children winch they are convinced will bestpromote the welfare of their case parents neglect their duty the State is instilled in compelling them by appropri jite legislationto discharge their Ihe Slatemay also when the parents are noble to the education of their children as sume this duty Prom this results till en turn of compulsory iohool nttendtmce under the above mentioned conditions a necessity lor public schools and the right of general taxation for declare that we make no claim upou tlie public funds for support of parochial jiud other private schools As and tax pavers we insist on our rights even at the risk of being decided enemies of the pubhc schools and protest against any misuse and waste of tins we make no claim on the support of the State for our parochial and private schools we deny the State a right to exercise any control over our schools We only grant it the right of interference with the management of private schools when these collide with public order or tholaw of the socalled Bennett law violates the abovementioned principles and un necessarily and unjustly curtails our religious liberty we hereby declare ourselves for an unconditional repeal of the law What ever good there is con tinned m this law has been long ngo offered by other laws and therefore we cannot recognize from it any other intention than this To compel who provide for tlie education of their children to adopt the methodic those who hate their reUgion and nationality therefore also declare that without regard to former party connections we will only for such candidates who pledge themselves to work for a repeal of the law THE PRESBYTERIAN SESSION Several Resolutions Adopted and an Adjournment Taken SARATOGA N the Presby terian General Assembly this morning the report of the Committee gave a summary of the progress of the entire field The total numberof communicants was over S56000 a gain during theyear of Benevolent contributions to all causes not less tbaa In spite of Sabbathbreaking gambling intemperance floods and disease no year had seen such an increase Elder Trumbull of California moved a resolution in of meeting sessions at least monthly Adopted was resolved that Elders Flickinger andGriffithof Iowa urge upon Congress in the name of the the passage of the law permitting States to prohibit or restrict the liquor traffic now before the Senate A motion that the allowed to publish as early as March or April next was Ad After adjournment the Committee onite arid decided to meet at Pittsburg Tuesday in DEFEAT The Pacific Mail Will Be Captured by Huiitington NEW YORK holding con trol Mail stock state that the fpi 1 owing ticket will be annual meeting Cl I E PJenry Hart Ed wardLanterbach Calvin S Brice Samuel Payne and J B this ticket signal defeat of Gould Interests A for several years and it is also antagonistic Pacific appears to be Snore in Manitoba and Canadian Houston who held tlie presidency party I Gould nd illianiemseivwnr Retire f rom j and Territories had been aided S B Capon of Boston was electtd president A number of other officers were also elected The annual meeting of tho American Con gregational Association was held this after noon under the presidency of Rufus O Faust and was devoted largely to ihe con sideration of a proposition for a now Con irroirational house Tho was amended to increase tho board of directory to AX ATLANTA SENSATION The Dauahtor of a Methodist Min ister Takes to the Staffo ATLANTA May Dispatch Francisco Chnmieic social sensation here today is tho announce ment that Mrs Merriam Armstrong Glenn will go on the operatic stage as a profes sional singer She has been married only a few months her union with W C Glenn having been a notable event Her debut will be made here at a concert on next Thursday Mrs Glenn is the daughter of Kev James G Armstrong a wellknown Methodist Episcopal minister whose personal resemblance to J Wilkes Booth is striking A few years ago he was suspended from the ministry by Bishop for some irregularity months ago bis daughter married 0 Glenn who as a member of the Georgia Legislature won much notoriety by advocating a bill to make the teaching of colored pupils by whites cr i in i n a Bishop Dead OMAHA May James OConnor of tho Catholic Diocese of Omaha died this morning aged A RACE WORTH WINNING THE AMERICAN STAKKS AT GKAVK S12XD WON BY FAVOKITE Tho Baseball New Pitcher in the Box at Now York and Defeats Ansons Colts SYDNEY N S May Kemp writes that if OConnor does not adhere to the match he will row him for the championship without stakes The Races GRAVESEND May Attendance The event of the day was the great Ameri twoyearold colts one mile worth Si 8 000 to the winner Favorite won Chieftain second third time Kins Oab wtn Grimakli second Golden Keel third time Five Evangclinc won Sir Rao second Woodcutter third time Great American twoyearolds five Russoll won Correction second St Charles third time Mile and a Sir Uixou won Para gon second time Threefourths of a Arab won Moonstone second Monmouth third time AT IjATONIA LATONIA May Milo and fifty yards Castaway won Eli second Spectator third Time Fiveeighths of a plot won Harry Smith second Running Brook third Time Mile and an Longshore won Ely ton second Ed Hopper third Time HolierSkelter won Maria sec ond GoodBye third Thne Four and a half Philora won Annie Elizabethsecond Netame third Time The Players1 Brotherhood PJIILADKLPIHA Mny The Buffalo Brother hood Club easily the Phikdelplnas this afternoon Attendance 1100 Philaaclphia 0 100001 0 02 Buffalo 1 1 1 0 03 0 U Philadelphia 6 Buffalo 11 Philadelphia 7 Buffalo 2 MaUcrieshnftll and Cross Haddock and Mack Gaff ncy and Barnoft AT JsnOOKLTX BltooKLYN May The local Brotherhood Clnb easily defeated Pittsburg today Attend ance 300 Brooklyn 0 5300107 117 Pittsbuw 1 000130 S 07 17 Pittsburgh 10 Brooklyn 3 Pitlsburg 12 llaltreii and Cook Staley and Carroll Jones and Knight AT SEW YORK NEW Tlie Gijints walked away from the Cleveland Brotberhood Club today from the start Attendance 000 New York 4 4 2 0 0 0 1 1 0 000010012 New York Cleveland S Errors New York 5 Cleveland 5 IvecMc sind Vaughn Gruber and Sutcliffe Gun ning and Matthews The National Lcapfue BROOKLYN May About 1400 parsons saw the home tesun defeat hlie Cleveland League Club this afternoon in a good garae It was a pitchers contest throughout Brooklvn 0 0 02000204 0 000001001 0 Cleveland 2 Errors Brooklyn 2 Cleveland 2 Lovett and Bealin and Zimmer McQuade AT i PHILADELPHIA May was too much forthcPittsburK Loigue team this after noon 1700 Philadelphia 20 1000000001 Philadelphia 10 PittsburR 8 Errors Pittsburg 7 Sclmutt and Barger Gleason und Clements McDermott AT NKW TORTv NEW YORK May Mu trie gave his new pitcher Murphy trial in the box today uid New York made an excellent showing Ansons League braves Aucndance 700 Now York I Chicago o o oa New York 5 Chicago 5 2 Chicago 4 stwJ Murphy Sulliviin and Kittridge Daniels POSTPONED AT BOSTOS BOSTON May The League and Brotherhood games werepostponed on account of rain The American Association PHILADELPHIA 9 Athletic St Louis 3 Second Athletic S SYRACUSE 2 3 4 j Toledo 7 A iBraziliajiVSteamshtp NEW YORK May Tlie Ujiited and Steamship Company at theiran election elected the following directors C P Huntmglbn U K Thurbcr K Flint William Ivins H G Riplcy C M E G BartleU W C Hurlhurfc Tho report shows a of 8 ceat on the general capital of the company THE OLO HAN M HS GUK The Highly Sensational Denouement of an Indiana Romance A NEW YORK BOODLER SURRENDERS An Attempt to Blow Up Chinamen With Dynamite A Mississippi Silcott Heard Record oiCrime COLUMBUS Ind May Dis Francisco Chronicte At Mope this county this morning Otto SenfT aged 25 attempted to elope with Miss Pearl Fransoc a seventeenyearold daugh tor of Hampton Fransoe a capitalist owner of several horses The young ladys father heard of the in time to appear in front of the couple with a barrel shotgun Young Sonff showed fight and dealt the irate father a fearful blow oa the leg a stone indicting a very pain ful wound The young womans leveled his sun at Sen IT snapping it several times but it failed to do any harm tho young lady having taken tho shells out of her fathers gun some two hours previous to her departure from his residence he had threatened to kill her lover Young Senffl drew a revolver and tired two shots at Fran soe and then departed on tho iirst train leaving his love in tho hands of an irate father whom he threatened to kill if he did not peacefully consent to his marriage his daughter Fransoe came to this city atjf noon today and filed a complaint against young SenlV for assault and battery wlthA intent to kill DYNAMITE VOn CHINAMEN May attempt made last night to blow up a Chinese laun dry with dynamite Tho floor was blown into splinters and tho machinery and wrecked and tho windows sinusbed Three Chinamen were isloepin tho build ing when the cxplosioa came and a door was blown otf its hinges and into the bed occupied by tho proprietor The Unnatesj were not injured Two men were seen ruuW ning away irom tho building a few minutes before the explosion but there is cliio to their identity A NOTBD QOODLKH SUnKKNDlCItS Nnw Yoiiic May This afternoon John Keenan of ilbooalo aldermanic notoriety walked into tho trict Attorneys ollico and surrendered him1 self lie has been in Canada since indicted Bail was given in MUK DUHED VOlt niS MOSEY JACKSON May N Kimball Receiver of Public Moneys was murdered last night on his way home His body was found this morning It is supposed tho crime was committed for robbery SILCOTT AGAIN 1IUARD IfUOM BOSTON May dispatch to the from Grand Falls Quebec says that a hotel keeper there has received information of a inysterious couple been liv ing in St Louis parish believed to havo been the defaulter Silcott and a woman companion The hotel keeper went out to hunt them up bub when he reached tuo point lie found that the couple had flown The hotel keeper has no from tho stories of the lumbermen that the man was Silcott A CHINESE MAIDKN NEW YORK May strange story came out at a hearing in the Tombs Police Court today A young Chinese maiden was the victim She had been locked up on the top lloov at No 11 Mott street and compelled to submit to vile indignities from Chinamen It further appearedthat she was sold to her master by her lover for The case was discovered by reporter Suen Yce Is the pretty seventeenyearold victim came to the country aboutJive years ago four of which she spent in San Francisco She was tlie handmaid of a wealthy Chinese bride One day she fell in love with Ah Foor a Chinese gambler The scandal drove her from her employer home She came to New York disguised ae a boy and in Poors company Her gam biolover was unfortunate and poverty drove him to sell the girl to Lee Khi Lee lyhi was held in S2500 bail for examination tomorrow SLUGGED THE EDITOR c JACKSONVIMOB Fla May Florida Republican last week contained au aEticle charging Captain Burroughs of with others with having made the attack on the house of Mrs Craft Today Captain Burroughs called on Zepb Harrison the publisher of the paper and demanded the name of the writer of the article Harrison refused whereupon Burroughs gave him a most severe beating with his fists and a cane Harrison will be laid up for Borne time Ex Governor Reed who was in the office re ceived several blows by accident A DJSMORAULBED MARKET The Exporters of Cattle Suffer Losses NKW YOUK May shipments of American cattle to Europe alive and dead last week amounted head a falling oil of 25 per cent from the week before at a los estimated at 30 a head These ship ments represent to the exporters The condition of the English J market has become bad i it less disastrous to keep here and I lose S3 a head freight space fjrwhich they have contracted onin MJIHC as far ahead as September Then they have the chance of utilizing the freight space for other purposes Meyer Goldsmith city one of the heaviest out yesterday 504 sheep in space which pected to fill with cattle He said he would lose moneyon the sheen but not so muci aa 1C he shipped cattle A sharp falling off In cattle exports may expected if not indeed a total cessation Never before Jias there been monilixation among askingrelief have been poaring the steamship agents during shijper offered to cance b Is con tract with one line Tlie shippers that Parliament will pass a law a duty on cattle to protect the English cafctle I The Old eanHOii Bursted STRAOTSB May A third1 test ot cartridge was to be made At the first discharge the cannonwas burst into pieces No one was injured hutthe crowd was badly frightened It is cliiimed1 that there wasa relic The Topics r CITY oir via Financial circlesare agitated byrthepv prehension of wlint be done with vv siiver bill in Mexican pressVimuiiauebusly takes of against Lower ttorial journals are ruakibi the 1 cuse for attacks ifT condiaryfire a and other members of Stateticket ;

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