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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah CIRCULATION EXCEEDING THAT or THE WIOST EXTENSIVE 202 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY MAY 29 1890 THE MYSTERY UNSOLVED So One Can Tell How Silver Was THE VETERAN REPORTER GIVES IT UP Senator Stewart Still at Work on the tor VVildmunH Prcflidont uud Cabinet Off Tor Cleveland SALT LAKK f7 WASHINGTON J May IftOO Stewart Is rnoru determined now than ho last week to present evidence to tlio country that tho section of Silver act of that demonetised silver was put through CoritfrorfK In an undorhand manner Wo has Intimated that he will make his formal charges to tho Honate probably to morrow Whori the dlrfoovory was made last wwk by the silver Senator that the records of Congmss did not mention that the silver sixlion was ever debated considered or men tinned In Son ate tihf Senators wtrc astounded Tho eharge that sharp priictioo wan Indulged In Is as cfton hoon made In his speech last Senator Daniel repeated charge that Miu act was passed In Hiijii a Milit and niniarkahle iuanrir that tho President of the United States Genoral Grant did not discover thai Speaker lid not know Ir when act was passed find that England and Holland fur nished i fund of half a million dollars and sent in emissary ovor to AmcsrUjaJto procure a result which was ellectcd In the manner Senator Shorman Interrupted Mr Daniel to recall the fact that on former occasions when similar declarations that the silver dollar was surroptIiIously dropped from ooliiiige hiid bmiH made hy the late Senator Hock he Mr Slmrman got the original files showed Mm original of tho Sitcro of Treasury pointing out as one of Items In tho that the dollar wns dropped from our currency Mr Sherman declared that the dollar was novor surreptitiously dropped On the contrary he sahl fact that the silvor dollar was dropped from that bill was as hold and palpable as any fact of legisla tion In the history of our country Notwithstanding all that Senator Stewart was In tlio Senate and voted for tho declares emphatically now that ho did not know act was intended to and would it did silver Senator Stew art and other Honafors have slnco taken tho trouble to call In experts and go womplotoly through tho original documents and records including tho original bill and to follow oarofullv the act through all tho steps of Its progress Congress The result of those InvostlgaUons It is alleged tends to con I rin the old suspicions and arouse now pnos of crooked legislative work The statomont of these fuels ovldoneos Is llkoly to oauso a sensation The si a roll that has boon made reveals the fact that section slxtoon of tho act the very section upon which the main trouble hinges does not appear on tho record of the proceedings Senator Stewart says It seems to have boon mysteriously skipped over The record shows the proceedings relating to section fUtoon and tho next recorded proceedings were upon section seventeen This remarkable discrepancy he says can not be accounted for in any ordinary way ami tho matter presents too hard a problem for solution by tho able oh let official re porter Mr Murphy whose experience of nearly forty years in Congress doos not liUonl a parallel to this case Tho Intima tion is that station was purposely pmitUHl In tho hasty proceedings of passage through the Senate and that the omission was consummated In the com wit too of oon feroiuiO whoso report was an unintelligible jumble rushed through both houses and notoommoliondud by anybody but tho few prisons who participated In making It Whon Judge Thurman was in tho Senate h3 expressed tho opinion during the debate on tho Uland ilU that It was not by the net of tSVi that tho silver dollar waa dropped but by tho revision of the statutes in 1S74 idea is not shared by many persons i at or Stewart never believed in it and since this thorough investigation recently ho Is that tho work was done sur reptitiously TJIK TAUIKF The SoniHo llnanoo Committee will decide by tomorrow wluMhor will glvo hear ings to tlie smelters on tho lead oro schedule Senator Jones of Nevada today urged upon Mr Jnines to remain over until the question was decide and ho accordingly post poned again his return to Salt Lake Mr Jamos said 10night that in his judgment wore in a fairly satisfactory shape thtdanger being an adverse oommlttee re port und for a severe struggle on the of tho Senate jSenator Stewart while anticipating a pos sible defeat in the committee says that no tariff bill with tho load schedule changed to favor cheap labor will pass tho Senate KDITOU APPOINTMENT The nomination of Hnnuovillo Wlldman of tho noise City Statesman to bo Consul to Singapore has been expected for throo months As long ago as January Secretary Jilnlne sent tho nomination over to tho White House since which tirno it has rested on the Presidents tiilo Mr WiUlman was recommcjidcd for a South American con sulate and afterwards for tho position which ho now secures Delegate DubOlshas urged him very strongly for both positions Delegate DuboLs has talcing a rest of aweek in New England TUB SAN FRANCISCO SITE WASHINGTON May commission appointed to select a site for tho cisco public building hud another meeting today but reached no conclusion Tho matter will not bo further considered until tho return from Cleveland of Secretary Windorn BILLS REPORTED AND INTRODUOKD Senator Blair reported favorably with somo amendments tho House bill for tho appointment of a commission of five persons for a thorough investigation of tho liquor traffic v Hitt lntroducodln the Rouse the Inter national American Bank bill TIIK IltESIDKNT ANI CABINET The President VHioPrestdont Windoin PostmiiStorGonyrar Wannmakor i Secretary Kvisk AttoruoyGeneral Miller and Representative MeKiriley left this for Cleveland to attend tho Jielfl momorial sorvicftn on Decoration Day TJIE DKMAXD JfOR TODTjlKS Speaker Rood today ordered a discontin uance ofthe dale of liitoxicatins liquor in tho House restaurant Thoorder Is temporary to flvo tho Speaker an opportunity to learn just what bearing tho joint rules have in the matter and what tho sentiment of tho House is Tho effect of the order today was a riotfcoablo diminution In the patron age of the House restaurant and a largely Incionscd business at the Senate restau rant largely composed of members of tho House ISItKCiaisniDGES IJKLENSK Tho subcommittee which has been in vosUgatlng ttic MnjcklnrldgoClayton case received a formal application from cx AttoriioyGcnoral Garland attorney for Hrocklnridgo for a prolongation of the investigation and tlie examination of a num ber of The application sots forth tho many points the defense expects to prove among thorn that colored rnca who doslrcd to vote tho Democratic ticket wero prevented from doing so church influ ence or fear of race proscription APXiAJN CASK OF BOUNCE the George Gould Retired From Pacific Mail NBW YOKK May tho annual riioot ilngoftlio Pacific Mall the following board of directors was Collis llunting Honry Hart Isaac IS Gates Calvin S Ttrloo Samuel Thomas Oliver II Payne Edward Lauterbach Charles W McGco and JamiS n Morton President Gould In a statomont for the year ending April mh showed that not earnings were per cent after the extraordinary expenses of repairs on tho steamers City of New York and City of Tho hiisiMOSS of the Atlantic and China linos shows H fulling olT which however was morn than offset by gains on tho Panama Him and the reduction In expenses HO that thi not uarrilngs exceed those of last year by The cash on hand Is Gould says further Our relations with the Occidental and Oriental Steamship Corn puny owned by tho Central and Union Pa clflo Railroads have boon somewhat strained Under the present arriuigcmonts a Joint agency Is maintained at Yokohama and Hong Kong The figures of tho past year show that the Occldoriial and Oriental boats carriiul nearly onethird more cargoes than this companys ships although our rttuamirs have not all come fully recommends that tho tho trnnslWllle business bo pooled or fullln In this that the Pacific lino separate agencies Tho total earnings wero oxponsos nctoarnings cash asssjts April 30th llabllltlos At a mooting of the board of Houston was elected prosldont and Ed ward viuepresklent MMio other olliuers hold over till the noxt moctlng TIIK CANADIAN 1AClKXC SCI1KMI3 Tho Initt says It Is tho Impression in tlio street that tho Canadian Pacific Hallway has secured tho contract of the Pacific Mall that Its Interests aro represented in tho board named Undoubtedly tho object of the Canadian Pacillc was to prevent a con summation of tho trade between tho North ern Pacillc and George Gould providing tho running oC steamersto Tacoma This may result in the establishment of another steamship lino Hut this Is deprecated by Oukos who helfoves tho propor solution of the question lies In a consolidation of the Pacific Mall Oriental Occidental and Ca nadian Pacific lines and Iho recognition of Taooma by a monthly or somlmonthly Mluanior to and from that port An arrangc montofthiskindwould give Sari Taooma and Vancouver all tho China and Japan service they need NJH3W YORKS SHAMIH to Sho Hasnt Enough Patriotism Krect a Monument to Grunt CHICAGO May San Francisco Chronicle Series Wash ington special says Tho Grant Monument Association at Now York has finally and appeals to Congress to oroot a tomb for tho groat hero of the war As will Iw remembered the family of General Grant consented to his burial at Riverside upon tho assurance that a handsome monu ment should be erected to his memory a monument which should cost a million dol lars or moro Committees wore appointed consisting of tho leading business men of Now York handsome ollloes wore secured and seerotarlos and clerks employed to carry on the work bub after four years of such ollort tho Monument Committee has boon unable to raise any moro than ono Hfth of tho amount desired and Mr Flower yesterday introducod a bill in Congressap propriating to help them out Congress will novor appropriate any moneyfor this purpose 1C the citizens of New York tiro not patriotic enough to oroct a monument over the tomb of tho jgroat est general of modern times none will be erootwf thoro It Is believed the movement to transfer tho remains from their Elver side resting place to the crest of tho hill In tho Soldiers Homo Park at Washington or to Mu slopes of Arlington will now bo suc cessful Mr Ohllcls of Philadelphia and General Hoiilo of Washington who can speak for tho Grant family with greater authority than any one else in this country both advocate tho ohango and that no obioction will be made by Mrs Grant or her soils If tin body Is removed to Washing ton Congress will make a liberal appropria tion for the monument but not othorwioo THIS KATE WAR ENDED An AtcMsou Threat Brings the Goulds to Time NEW YORK May Dispatch Francisco ploco of news that George Magoun chairman of tho Atohison Topeka SantaFe gave to Wall street today was the cause t of much rCMiiaik The MOWS was that Tay j Gould sent his son Gecnre to see on Mondav to muko ovorturos for a peaceful settlement of tho war rate tn tho West Mr Gould to punish otlior railroads mado cuts j right and left which wore hurting the busi ness of tlio Atehison intho territory between St Louis and Denver President Manvel wrote Gould that nnless he stopped this business tho Atehison would makfe a rate from St Louis to tho Gulf of Mexico Now this IsuMr Goulds most cherished territory Tho Atohison has a road from St Louis to the Gulf but a very long route and ono not much patrorilvcod by passengers Ifit put tho tariff to ten cents it would not hurt its own revenues much in comparison with the loss that Gould would sustain by being forced to meet that rate Georgo Gould Mr Magoun said congratulated the Atclu son Company very warmly on their recent purchase of tho Frisco lino and then declared his willingness to restore rates This moans of course the end of tho Western rate war and stops will bo taken at onco to announce a discontinuance of hostilities Goorgo Gould spoke for his father and on his behalf gave Mr Magoun his personal assurance in good faith that ho wished tho war was over RATE WAROVEIL NEW YORK May Passenger agreements for a restoration of rates In the Northwest havo boon signed by tho presidents of all lines concerned includ ing tho Northern Pacific Wisconsin Central and Milwaukee St Paul Tho advance in take effect on Jnno 10th The Matiliuttaii Short in Asspts ALBANY N YM May Super intendent Maxwell has notified the Attor neyGeneral that the assets of the Manhat tan Mutual Insurance Company aro insuf liciorit and of proceedings for a dissolution of thecompany and a dUtrUioXlou of its effeots INTERMOUNTAIN SPECIALS Tom Bowen Well Equipped for tiic Senatorial Struggle HE HAS TONS OF THE YELLOW METAL A Golconda Strike of Fabulous Council Grants an Electric Railway The Dastardly Deed of Spokane Tramps DENVER May to Another Senatorial wild has been unearthed by exSenator Tom Bowen in his Golconda mine in the southern part of the State and If reports bo true lie will soon be ranked with the millionaires as of yore The strike is of free gold and settles one thing beyond a doubt The Colorado Senatorial fight next winter will witness the highest play eve known in a game of politics Mr 1 C McClelland of Alamosa was in the city yesterday aud in an interview ho said that he had boon in Del Norte tile day before arid had there mot orio of the miners employed on the Golconda When I tolL you that he showed me a specimen through streak of gold appeared as thick as my Mr MoClolland and that the quartz about it was literally filled with free gold you can Imagine Us value This man told me that in the eightclaysho had worked in the inino since the pocket had boon opened he was convinced that at least worth of ore had been taken out Only six men arc at work When 1 asked him about the width of the rich streak ho declared that the top and sides and bottom of the drift were all in the Old residents of Colorado remember that Senator Bowcn made a great strike in the Sun Tuan Consolidated several years ago and the wont in barrooms at Del Norto at a share for a drink afterward sold for S10 Tho Golconda property in which the last strike is reported is stocked and a consid erable number of shares are owned in this city ExSeimtor II A W Tabor has shares but he says that it is not for sale AN ELECTRICllOAD FOR BOJSK CITV Idaho May to Boise City Council tonight granted an electric street car franchise not only fair to Boise but favorable to tho Salt Lake investors in this Tho franchise provides that tho work shall begin within four inonbhs and that two and onehalf miles shall bo completed and in operation within onq year and also for the connection of tho lino upon several streets leading to andthrough Kensington addition which is owned in your At tho same mooting arrangements wero mado for accepting tlie proposition of Judge Kelly to do vote for a city park 120 acres of land formerly used as the Agricultural Fair grounds and located adjacent to Ken sington Altogether it has boon a groat week lor Boiso and Salt AN OUTllAOE AT SPOKANE SPOKANE May to masked villains attempted to commit an outrage on a tenyearold girl tho daughter of a wellto do rancher named living on tho Little thirteen miles from hero today The little girl in com pany with an older sister started out this afternoon on horseback for tho purpose of finding some strayed cattle When some distance from homo tho little girl got oft her horso to pick some wild flowers tho older sister riding on Sho was shortly startled by screams and upon hastily rid ing back saw her sister In tho grasp of two evillooking tramps wearing masks who became frightened upon her ap pearance and throw tho girl over the fence and made for the woods Tho victim of the dastardly attempt was found lying on the ground unconscious with hor face blooding from a doop cut and her clothes nearly torn from hor body Officers are in pursuit of tho A BURNING MINE Thousands of Tons of Coal Will Be WiLicESBAUTUi May Francisco Chronicle Workmen in shaft 11 of tho Pennsylvania Coal Company at Port Blanchard which CJtught fire about a month ago but was thought to have boon extinguished broke through a pillar this afternoon and found the interior a seething mass The smoke and gas back in confu sion The fire is burning fiercely tonight and thousands of tons of coal will it is feared bo consumed bo Corethe fire is brought under control All further opera tions in tho mine have boon abandoned v At a meeting of the officials which was hur riedly called tonight it was decided to flood tho mine This will throw several hundredmou and boys out of employment and destroy thousands of dollars worth of property A U 1 TRAIN WRECKED PORTLAND May Westbound passenger train No 3 on the Union wreckedtoday near The Dalles by running into a sand drift on a curve The onginoQiv fireman aud two mail clerks wcrp slightly injured Mrs Emmett Gets Her Divorce Emmett has been awarded an absolute divorce from Joseph K Emmett Herhadeno opposition to tho proceedings It was undorstood at tho the suit that to presentherewith the Albany Villa and view of tho story that she in tends to enteraconvent these tontions may not be carried into effect A Confederate Jay at RICHMOND cityis gaily decorated from ono end to the other Union flags predominating Thousands of exConfederate soldiers and people from all directions arrived more are coming on every Everything points to an unprecedented gather I monument dedication tomorrow jj A Race BIRMINGHAM from of serions confl white women wore by tlirce no white out and gave ing ono ina the male UhpeataneS1 yyeiigeancc and began whites to iierse iilaatiVensued in far as can be learned there wore no serious casualties The Mogrocs being poorly armed withdrew Tlio whites arc out in force to guard against an attack and they claim the negroes are trying to get re inforcements and arms Trouble is feared Lrubor Violations CHICAGO May The Congressional Committee on Immigration today heard much testimony on immigrationmatters and many opinions from witnesses us to the best moans of regulating it A newspaper re porter who testified said that the alien con tract labor Jaw had been grossly violated since the carpenters strike James Burns of the Carpenters Council was recalled Ho admitted that he knew of of foreign carpenters but as he was working in connection with Government agents in the matter he could only give his information at a secret session of tho com mittee This was afterwardsdone iiiff in Mexico CITY OF MEXICO May Finance Min ister Dublan is sick and has been granted a leave of absence Tho reason is to allow him to be a candidate for the Senate at the approaching elections Several other Cabinet officials and Governors of States will follow his example as they cannot hold two offices at tho same time and will after wards ask leave of the Senate to occupy their other posts while jproxies enter the Senate SENATORS AND THE LIQUOR QUESTION THE SALE OF LIQUOK AT THE ARMY POSTS DISCUSSED A Proposition to Give It to Some Posts anil Exclude It From Wilsons Bill WASHINGTON May In the Senate Shorman from the Commitbco on Foreign Affairs reported an amendment to the Con sular and Diplomatic Appropriation bill authorizing the President to carry into ef fect the recommendations of the Interna tional Conference bythe appointment of the Commissioners to represent tho United States in the International Railway Com mission also a detail from the and navy officers to servo as engineers under such Commission in making a survey and appropriating as tho share of tho United States of tho expenses of such Com mission and survey Stewart offered a was agreed to calling on the Secretary of Agri culture for information as to the use of ar tesian wells and other water supplies from subterranean sources of irrigation The Senate bill subjecting imported liq uors to the laws of the several States was again taken up and Morgan ment against its constitutionality Faulkner expressed himself in favor of doing something of passing some bill that would relieve the situation whichnow con fronted Congress Speaking of the regula tion of the liquor traffic ho said that he himself believed as did the people of State that a high license system was the true method of dealing with the question given notice of an amondmeritsbmc1 what similar to tho substitute reported by the Judiciary Ho criticised the substitute objecting for to the use of the word and sug gested that tho object could bo attained by the use of tho word Wilson did with Faulkner and argued in favor of tho Pugh argued in favor of the bill and said that its defeat would leave tho States in a most serious predicament Call expressed sympathy with the idea that the States had absolute control of the traffic in intoxicating liquors and was will ing to vote for almost any bill which would attain that Call yielded the floor to Allison who pre sented a conference report on tho Army Ap propriation bill Ingalls inquired what had been done in regard to the Sqnate prohibit ing tho sale of liquor at canteens said the provision waswodified to road That no alcoholic liquors beer or wine shall bo sold or supplied enlisted men in any canteen traders store in any State or Territory in which tho sale of al coholic liquors beer or wine is prohibited by Replying to a question by Blair Allison said tho Senate conferees had found it necessary to yield to the House conferees in tho matter There was quite a spirited de bate on this point Blair held that it was an entire surrender of the proposition Allison said of course the provision ap plies only to States and Territories where a prohibitory law prevails The Blouse conferees wero unanimous in insisting that the Senate proviso shall not remain in the bill Paddock said it is within bounds to state that ninoteentwentioths of tho troops are stationed outside of the States and Terri torioswhere prohibition laws aro Allison said thoSenato conferees did the best they could in the matter Blair insisted that the language adopted is a substantial surrender of the Senate pro viso and that the army canteen will remain in substantially full force Ingalls said that cither tho control of the army so far as the sale of intoxicating liquors was concerned ought to be in the United States or it ought not Congress onsht either to say that all soldiersshall have opportunity of getting drunk or not The proposition to leave control of the question to local Legislation seems fonsible and so far at the Sen ate is con cerned it would be moremanly to relin quish tho whole thing rather than to havo it so mutilated Allison withdrew the report and he would call it up tomorrow The House fortificationbill was reported with amendments and laid on the The conference the billfor a public building at Cedar Rapids to of the Liquor bill was re sumed Pierce criticized theargument of some of the Democratic Senators an argument in support of the bill Turpie said the Senate had under the duty whatever to perform on this subject respect the shadowy transparent gauzy essence pr image of an essence that is palled moral sentiment behind prohibitory ho did not believe we had adenomination of coin small enough to measnrpdts After further debate the Senate ad v WASHINGTON May Vaux as IJah flails successor for a national military park at tho battlefield of Chickaraausa I A conference was ordered on the Naval Appropriation ji V The House went into Committee of the Wholeon the Kiyer and Harbpr bill pending question Svas on of order by IVIcCrcary against theclausepre scribing penalties upon owners bridges which obstruct navigation over ruled the point of order Onmotionpf Dunuell ing that it shall not ul to construct a bridge over any navigable water United States tlie limitsof without obtaining approval of the retiiryof Tho rose and ireported the bill uibyed to i econi mit the billv with inslir uctloris to andirarbors with 1 I GOLDBLOODED SWIHDLER A St Paul Stock Broker1 Who Robbed His Friends EYRAODS DESPERATION AT HAVANA A TTomans Relentless Torture of the Paris a Smug glers Shoes Con tiiinetl Banker Claaseu Record of Crime ST PAUL May TRIBTTXB Dis patch San Francisco Chronicle Series As tho returns come to hand the amount of tho shortage of E M Cattelt the abscond ing manager of Walkor stock com mission office grows larger It is believed that the defaulter laid his plan to rob tho easterners oC tho concern in cold blood and bided his time to make a big haul A de tectivo who is interested in tho case esti mated tho total embezzlement as high as Tho losers wore largely business men and social companions of Cattoll who speculated under his guidance and none of them are anxious to havo their names mado public it is stated that Cattoll predicted a big rise in stocks during the last iow days before and on tho strength of this got some very wise fish into tho not for sums varying from S100 to S2500 One man who placed faith in Oattolls judgment gave him 1500 to buy Great Northern rail way stocks which advanced four points as Cattoll had prophesied the investor went to tho ollice the day of Cattells departure to close out expecting to realize a handsome profit only to find that Cattell had skipped with the Tho utmost otlorts of Cat tolls club friends and oven tho men ho swindled to keep the affair hushed up havo handicapped the detectives who aro on his track and it is doubtful it ho will over bo prosecuted should lie be brought hack EiTHAtfDS TEllllOlt IN HAVANA NEW Yoiuc May Further details aro received regarding the discovery of Kyraud in Havana Eyraud arrived in Havana from Mexico May Uth by the and took lodgings at the Motel Horn a It was remarked that lie carefully avoided entering into conversation with other guests The third day ho announced suddenly that he would taico his meals outside of tho hotel with a It was also noticed that lie grew paleimjth each day and that he was deeply troiuScd about something or other Dinins his last visit to M and Mine Pul chons store when Mine AAfoertine Bieniler asked him iestingly if he had not encoun tered Eyraud in Mexico the assassin saw that his identity was suspicioned At first ho tried to turn the conversation complain ing of the heat and saying that ho thought a man must have killed his father and mother to bo obliged to take up his resi dence in Havana where tho climate was so disagreeable ind so unhealthy Mmo Pul chen looked him full in the face and piti up the conversation Yes monsieur a man who stays in Havana must surely have committed a inur J That was too mncb audit was that Eyraud who probably had not means for Immediate flight grasped at tho idea of brazening down suspicion by playing his dangerous comedy with portraits A few moments later ho mot this Mmo Pulchen on thestrbot as they were going to the funeral of tho victims of the firo aud pushed his cynicism so far as to show them the por trait of Eyraud and Gabrielle Bonipart Agilanco at the portrait though taken from an old photograph confirmed M and Mme Pulchen in their suspicions While MmciPulchen was examining the a closeness that was not reassuring for him Eyraud sought to avoid further danger by affecting pleasantry remarking to Mine Pulchen Theeyes are those of a rascal the Mme Pulchen responded looking him squarely in tho eye the while Yes il los a bien One man named Qautior an old friend of his in ho knew could recognize him without difficulty and establish his identity Still keeping a bold face ho determined to lookup his former friend as soon as possible and get him to avoid revealing his identity in case ho should be denounced by M Pulchen Going to his hotel betook his baggage arid paid his bill saying that he was going into the country for a few days Instead of going to the country where the chiilnces wore that ho would be captured after all he sot about looking up his former friend Gautior the only person he imagined who could give testimony that would be fatal to him if he were arrested During this time M Gautier was sitting on ono of the benches in a public park talking with a friend about Eyraud and the murder Tarn almost sure that he is in saidM Gautier I know him very well for I once worked with him in Paris and if I am not mistaken saw him at a distance here a while While M Gautier was talking a man took aposition just back of tho two turning his backto them so as not to show his face but listening to what was being said It was Eyraud himself Shortly after Gautier left his friend and while walking away he was accosted by Eyraud You dont know me Eyraud said to him replied M Gautier quickly having taken a good look at him But you know me well enough you wero just talking about me You see plainly that I miserable M Gautier could not help exclaiming There are too many people said Eyraud without taking other notice of Gau tiers words Come a little further away I say to Eyraud wished to take M Gautier to wards the barriers San Layaro replied M Gautier I am not going there People who know Havana dont go into that on aiter It would be too easy for yon to murder me Eyxaud couldnot avoid Bearing these words He went on calmly not fear What I want of you is that you keep your closed and that you advance me some Without that I ani lost Bad women brought me to You must give me some money and tell how I can escape the hours when trains leave M Gautier who had scarcely felt at his ease in the company of his old ie pliecl evasively and told the tirne trains but excused himself from lending any money Then they separated Cbnvlnced chat Eyraudwould take the first oppor nity of murdering hini and thus getting rid of the only witness in Havana who could recognize him positively M Gautier was seized with such a fright as can be easily He reentered the park and tried to lose himself in the crowd feeling as if he himself were a criminal tracked gler was niade1 by the yester isibelie ved captured smug isi ah old i represented 2i j th is pity i j name ilike was eIwlijLch1 gobdsIn sirs Sand insisted1 the same time grumbling at the treatment re eiMvcu PonalHic discovered two or three gold in the trunk believing that NitschUe hud coneealed them in ignorance of the law and notvWith any intention of smiiKsling them the inspector assessed duty it ii Nltsehke rumblingly paid the amount demanded and started to walk out of the omVe His queer gait aUraetd attention At every step he stopped to press something down into his congress shoes Ho seemed to be walking on eggs and was palpably nerv ous In reality Nitsohke was walking on diamond rings The inspector coneluded that all was not right and again seized the suspicionslook ing passenger and insisted upon searching his clothes TsMtsohke was uilcen into the dressing room and made to strip Hermann never drew so many valuables from hidden places as did tho wise inspectors from the clothing of Nitsehke In his shoes wero found seven valuable diamond rings and three hnndsoino gold watches In his pockets tlio inspectors discovered six pearl crosses three diamond crosses six pearl bracelets six diamond bracelets a dozen elegant scarf plus and other jewelry of all sorts lUMKEllVuODY FOUND May The Kimber mystery was cleared up this morning by the finding of the unfortunate young Englishmans body in a largo reser which supplies Montreal with water The throat was cut and a towel tied around the neck Kimber came to this country in February and is known to have been in possession of considerable money Ho sud denly disappeared Investigation showed a razor covered with bloodstains on tho floor and other evidences oC foul play wero found in his room The hotel keeper obliterated them and said nothing about them A reporter unearthed the facts onmr AT PORTLAND Oregon May Custom House officials last night seized SOOO worth of smuggled opium in a Chinese wash house The mail who brought tho opium there was also arrested He gave the name of Tohn Nays and is supposed to be a hrakomnn on tho Northern Pacific Tlio customs authori ties say they have positive proof that a number of Northern Pacific employees together with several Chi nose aro engaged in smuggling opium to this city HAHD LABOR FOR A CLAIRVOYANT TOLEDO May Dovore clairvoyant found giriliy of forgery of the Brown notes which case was fully re counted some time ago was sentenced to day to ten years at hard labor in the peni tentiary BANKER COAASSKN CONVICTED NKW YORK May The jury intho case of Olaassen the expresident of tho Sixth National Bank tonight returned a verdict of guilty on live counts of the indictment Which formed the principal charges against him His counsel gave notice of a moMon for a new trial Claassen was taken to jail J1URDURKD FlVli MADIUD farm servant at Cor doba murdered his master and four other persons today The murderer had been refused permission to visit a hull fight and this led to the commission of tho PKOBAULY KILLED HIS WKH SRDAMA May discovery was made today that Tohn Williamson under arrest for the murder of Jefferson Moore and son is also probably the mur derer of his own wife She disappeared a year ago and today her body was found on the farm where the couple formerly lived Mrs Moore widow of the murdered man was arrested tho strength of Williamsons statement that sho and her son by husband had hired him to commit tho murder AN ARRT5STED CHICAGO May F Collins said to be a deputy United States Marshal at Seattle and Mrs May Facey were locked up at Harrison street station charged adultery A year or so ago Collins left his wife and Mrs Facey left her husband and the couplo went to Seattle and lived together ho taking his child A short time ago they returned to Chicago Mrs Collins heard of it and had them arrested today AN EL PASO TRAGEDY DENVER May El Paso Texas spe cial says Several days ago Leon Barlow and M Goudine two prominent young men had hot words over the latters attention to sixteenyearold sister The af fair was patched up and nothing more was thought about it until last night The two mot in front of the Gem Theater when Gou dine pulled a gun and shot Barlow twice one ball passing through his lungs and the other through the liver The wounded man died a few hours later VISITED THIS WRONG HOUSE AUGUSTA band of dis guised men went to the house of Bently Da vis colored at Spring Place last night pre sumably to punish his daughter who had trouble with a neighboring white girl Da vis was apprised of their approach how ever and greeted them with the contents of a doublebarreled shotgun and a revolver The crowd still pressed on and Davis seized an ax and defended his door way The assailants finally retired Davis was fatally injured and several of hia as sailants must be badly hurt as trails of blood load in all directions from the cabin KILLED PARAMOUR DENVER May special from Silver City N says Thomus Lyons of the most prominent cattle men of New Mexico left the city Monday presumably to attend to shipping cattle Returning homeunexpectedly he found his wife and John McMannigel in a compromising posi tion He pulled arevolver and shot the young man three times killing him instantly The wife escaped in the dark ness or she would have been undoubtedly killed also Lyons was arrested but the jury returned a verdict of justifiable homi cide RAILWAY PATALITIKS StartlingStatistics Glten at a Mcet irig of RailwayCoinm WASHINGTON national con vention of railroad commissioners net here today of theInterstate Commerce Commission presided The re port of the Committee on Legislation said the lack of uniformity in railroad legislation PRICE FIVE CENTS TOBF AND DIAMOND TOPICS Senator Hearst Laments His Stables Hard Luek FLEETFOOTED GORGOS AFFLICTION Two Promising Thoroughbreds Win Nineteen Thousand Dollars in Tennis Races and Baseball ins Notes NEW YORK May Dispatch Francisco Chronicle cable gram from London to Kkhurd Iv Fox Chiirlcy Mitchell and Pony called it tho Sput tiny Life office today to reply to Slav IDS challenge to light Mitchell for or Mitchell agrood to match an un known to fight Slavin for to a sido Ho put up a forfeit Tho unknown is j understood to bo Jake Kilrain tho ox champion of America THIS TKXNlS CONTEST May Tho champion tennis inaich notwen Thomas Petlit of Boston and Charles Samulors of England was continuod today Pettit won throe of the four sots played Sanndors won tho first sot by fi to 4 Pottit won second 4 to 3 tho third l to 3 and the fourth i to J THINKS A J1AUI HITTIIU CINCINNATI May Kilrain passed this city lonight en route for Now Vork llo looks well and is fat lie says ho was treated like a prince in Mississippi and also expressed tlu belief that Sullivan was tho in tho world PETE KNOCKED OUT BUFFALO May Farroll knocked out ruto Walker in Hght this morning wero badly pun ished and was so weak that ho had to be carried from tho ring The Races Nisw Youic May Francisco Chronicle Hearst was dispirited and unhappy this eveninc when your called on him to learn of tho prospects ofhis stable this season is wero tho first words ho said 1 havo had pro at hopes for that greater than for any that I haveever for any that it was my luck to own but I guess they ire all to be isthe matter Thats just what no ono can was the reply My trainer tells mo that he dont know and cant find out We have had tho best veterinary surgeons in country to look at him and none of them can toll where tho trouble is Ono says it is in tho shoulder andanother in the Was there not a report a little time ago that Gorgo was all right and running in great shape Was that incorrect was correct for the answered tho Senator but that is tho funny part of tho affair Ono day ticr is takenon the track and looks in primcoondition and runs like a deer with not a limp and everything is lovely My trainer is delighted and sends for me ind a lot of horso men to see tho horso go I am delighted and gather a lot of friends together and visit the track and as soon as the horse comes out he limps No I guess he is oil the list 1 am in bad luck somehow Theres that thrcoyearrOld Suwanee tho best little fellow on any track for his years yet ho had to go lame the very first race It is tough and that is all I can ANOTHER GHKAT BACEft Nineteen thousand five hundred dollars were won iu one minute and two seconds That was what a pair of young thorough breds owned by T A and A H Morris did at tho Graveserid track of the Brooklyn Club yesterday afternoon Russel and Cor rection wore their names and they came in first and second in the race for the Great American stake which Is guaranteed to bo worth Ten thousand people at least saw it decided and saw Russel t clashing sonof Eolus and Tillio Russel win Thirteen youngsters started to compete lor the prize The lot went to the post promptly and then began a most exasperat ing series of maneuvers to get a good start In tho raoe The boys refused to obey Mr Caldwclls orders and for twenty minutes the horses were kept moving about by them until the veteran starter lost his patience at their tactics and sat down in his stand to wait for the lads to Finally they came up in good form and almost before they knew it they had got a start They bounded away and the run for the Great American stalccs had began All moved away well except Vagabond who for some reason was pulled up almost to a standstill and was the hunt Per haps it was because he was the thirteenth in the listof starters When the Jirst eighthmile post St Charles the way to the Fairy and hanging closely to him and Rrissel but a short distance behind lu the stretch Garrison shook RnsseJ np a bit and then the race was virtually over and Russel had i clear licld and victory was certain except for an accident The accident occar and Russel reached home four in front of his competitor which was his stable companion Correction A couple Of lengths farther back wero St Charles Fuiry the former just third money by 1 a head seemingly because the fleet Cali fornia filly not fully ridden out in the race It was a popular victory and one that makes Russet great among racers YESTERDAYS GaAVKSExn May ofa Nu bian second won Dr ifeUuuthsecond Extra Dry third Time Mile and a vwon Ion seo Hamilton handicap mile and Judge Morrow won Masterlcde Seven eighths of wood won second Lord Peyton third was duo to a want of harmony be tween Congress and State second to it want of harmony in the leeis lation of the different States Tlie report Ond Gray Dawn third Time recommendcd that the main features of tlie mile Interstate Cammerce bo made a part of the laws of the dillerent States and that j Ond Kings Own third Congress securing uni formity in the various detaHs of railroad equipmentandmanagement with a view to greater and thepfiblic A statement compiled bythe Interstate Commerce Commission showed that duriag the year ended June 1689 there were killed on the railroads of the United States 5S2i people wero injured Of the number killed 10T2 3541 other Of the injured were 2WC passengers and other persons The n umber of railway employ ees in Statesiis given Will Exclude Men CLEVELAND Ohio Grand1 Lodge Knights of Pythias today amended the buying procuring and selling or manufacturing cintoxicatingr liquors should not be initiated alodge less the Ascription of arTeputablei physician or for Mile and a won Ad miral second Larchuaont third Time AT j LATOKIA May and and seventy third Time Maiden twoyearolds five Corinne won Harry Ray third Time 4 Maidens second Eugenie third steatnex ieAmoricaD anci dainftced the

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