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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                CIRCULATION EXCEEDING HAT In tlio City THE MOST EXTENSIVE In tlio acountain VOL 203 BALT CITY UTAH FHIDAY MO KillsG MAY 30 IS90 PRICE TS t AHGEBT Democratic and Republican Senators Make a Sensible Agreement THE TARIFF BILL TO BE EXPEDITED The Members of Kach Party To Act Independently in Building BUI Not Reached Notes 1 LAKK TitnicTNK BartnAir 517 Fourteenth Street IX May 29 1800 Tho HOIJSO today until ad journment In considering public building bills Halt Lakes bill was riot reached by reason ol Its position on tho calendar and must wait another opportunity Tho throo delay In reporting tho may fatal to Its consideration at thlsses Mion ff the hill passes Uio people of Salt oari their able Delegate who did not know that ho was expected to write the report which Governor Thomas promptly furnished the committee upon his arrival in Washington Tho decision of tins Supreme Court in tho cburch case has not yet been printed ft is withheld until tho Court whether it will change its decree to exclude the per sonal property front tho operations of Us mandates A TAKm1 AHItANfMSMRNT The HuniiUi Finance Committee tortny took up tho Turin1 bill When several pages wore iconti over It was suggested by the Democratic members that for tho full com attempt Lo perfect a bill would consume it groat amount of time without obtaining tho best results It was urged that tho Republicans ol course intended to rnaku bill conform to high protec tion principles and Mm Democrats would just as certainly be found opposing such a measure ft would be hotter therefore for the Kopublkan members to amend the MdKlnloy bill and put It In just such shape as they desired and wltcrt that was done the mattor could be prosentsid to tlie Dorno crallc members who could ollVr substitutes for thd several schedules or present such as might be suggested to them These suggestions worti practically adopted ftin Republicans will therefore have an opportunity to complete thoir labors without the annoyance of being subjected to opposition and debate on almost every paragraph At tlie same thoc tho Demo cratic members will have uninterrupted op portunity of fonnuUitintf amendments and thus bn prepared when the majority Ls ready with Its bill to prosont amendments pre viously agreed upon by them or to offer an extra If that course should bo decided upon them will doubtloss bo from time to time during consideration of tht miVasuro by the Senate committoo u itout many statements and a great deal of specu lating about what has been and what Is tc bo done It wilt bo remotnljorod thai statements of like eharaeter woro dally found In some newspapers while tin bill was being formulated by the Ways and Means Committee and oven after Jl was re ported to tho House predictions woro made as Lo tho charaoter and strength of thy op position that would bo developed on the lie publican side Homo of those predictions and speculations woru verlllod and It Is probublo that like predictions as to tho olluot of the notion of the liopublloan mem bers of Mio Finance Committee In determin ing that tho bill should bo considered by tho full oommittoo and that oral testimony should ho tukou whim such testimony is de sired will turn out to be but the baseless fabric of a There Is noMilng moro certain than that tho Turin1 bill will ho reported to the Son u to and all the Indications are that thls will bo clone at the earliest practicable time Htid that there will nut be a very marked dllVoronco between tho lUoKlnloy bill as It was rtMunved and as it will be reported to the Sonato There was no decision today in tho Son Committee on Finance us oral hoar ings So It Is Impossible to state whether the loud ore fight will bo reopened The frionds of tho mining in to rests on the Iloor of the Seriate think themselves strong enough to defeat any tarltt bill which as sails tho minor VAU10US WASH i NCITOX M ay Associated The Senate Finance Conuultteo this morn Ing took up lhe Tariff bill aud considered It by subject to subsequent action The chomiea schedule was llrst taken up It was decided first not to recommend troo alcohol in the arte us that question alTootod many other Items in the schedule After golniv over thirty items thirteen of tho most Important boinjj passed without action tho noon hour arrived und the question of further mooting was broached Senator Sherman suggested dully sessions of ton hours each in order to hurry matters throughThis met with opposition from both sides Carlisle and Voorttoos said that it was a vasto of timo us Uio mutter must bo discussed in tho Sonafco anyhow Voorhccs thought the Republicans could jigroo on the bill and tho if thoy thought best oould prosont u minority re port 1 Iliseock Tones and Moriill spoke in a sim ilar strain Illsoook moved that u subconi itiittot bo appointed on otiohsldo to prepare schedules us would bo advocated by Its party on tho flooron the tloor of the Senate und that each slck submit its schedule to the other us soon us prepared Adopted No change wus made as to the question of giving oral hemings The changes made in the chemical schedule today woro all reduc tions Thoy woro proposed by tho Kepubll oans and supported by u solid Democratic veto and tho vote of tho members making tho motion None of them were of any sig nificance THE SUIIVRV The House Committee on Foreign Affairs decided to report favorably on tho bill for a survey for connecting North und South America IiANt GKANT The Lund Grant Forfeiture bill reported to the House today by Tayson Illinois is made up of the Senate bill and of tho bill originally reported by the liouso Commit too Section two of tho original House bill allowing settlers to of forfeited lands under the provision of tho homestoud Jaw is part of tho new bill Tlie cost to settlors qf restored lands is iixcd at an CflINEK TOURISTS COMING United States Consul James Vlsooaut Irfipuz MexJco letter duted April 21se reports the arrival of tho steamer City of Sydney tit on the i8th of April with 123 for various Gulf ports of Mexico Twentyseven wore landed at Mttnatiiin and ohjhtyilve transshipped on Alclundro for Guaymas From authentic Information received from tho officers of the Visoca says 1st no doubt but the Chinese going to Guaymus am going with the intention of being Introduced into tho United States A number of thorn spoke English having re sided In Austral la rntfMlsR TAH1FF COMMISSION Senator Plumb today proposed as an amendment to the McKinley bill tho bill In troduced by him for the appointment of a permanent Coin mission to inves tigate and report upon all matters affecting tlio tfirill AHERO OF THE LOST CAUSE Groftorhi Decorations Unveiled NOHIE May great dome of the University of Notre Darne an elaborate decoration of which Is just com pleted was formally opened this evening with itiiprosKlvo ceremony and In the pres ence of u distinguished assemblage Tho decorations wore by LIndi Grcgoriu tha celebrated artist sent over by the 1opo es pecially for work Their unveiling was followed by a tremendous burst of enthu siasm from the assent bled spectators Bishop Keune rector of the Uni versity of Washington pulled the cord re vealing tho group After this was tlio pro gramme and spyochrnuking Safety Appliances on Kail ways WASHINGTON May Com missioners Convention today adopted reso lutions favoring uniform greater uniformity In annual reports arid railway accounting On the matter of safety appliances the convention almost unanimously favored legislation requiring that railroads be supplied with the latest improved couplers brakes etc KENNANS HIGH AUTHORITY 11K OirQTHS TJlJi LANGUAGE O1T OKA 1C Jlia Account of Siberian Horrors Is Sxib HtauLluLod OflUiial JuiiHtuns ICuliitud BUFFALO TtLiy Sari Jiijuiclsco Chronicle Goorgo Korinun wus asked by a rejiortor of tho Cmmncruial lioduy whether ho had anything say with regard to the recentlypublished Interview in which Mr Uunstari VlcoOon stilGenorul of tho United States In Russia aeotisod him of making exaggerated and sou sutlonul statements concerning Siberian prisons and the exile system I have little replied Mr Koiinan that Mr Duns tun doos not seemto have tho most rudimentary knowledge of the subject upon which ho talks Ho says that he has lived hi Russia for thirty years and It is therefore fair to presume that ho roads tho Russian language If ho had taken the trouble to look through tho olli clal reports of tho linsshm prison adminis tration for tho last decade ho would never luivo ntmlo such rookies ami us uin utirlbiiUsil him concerning suii HiiUoiinr Unil I inudo wllli rcgnid IjO Ititssiaii and Siboriuti prison dunart ntoitts und its olllcors for I he Siborliin nrisnns In I do not know wluit Mr DmlrtUn etui possibly know about In lias them hidiscll nor rcuicl tho of olllcers who have lnsimctLil tlain llo thinks that 1 intsrcpriisont HIK thuir evils Itis iiiiitiicossiny tcf discuss t question Jluir coitdiMon has been Kivitii fully und Imtikly ikscrlbod by of isiborhi in olllciiii porls to tliw copios of which arc in rity poxsnsslon 1 n I his hKt of Uiefiu roporlJi Governor Uoncriii AbuLcliiu savs During nty to InsptdtocVu grnut mnnbor of prison instlttilioits and 1 rcgrul ti hayu to say Unit with tho exception uC tlus prison in Knuikoyark and Irkvmtsk Uuiy arc all that is this circuit prisons forwarding prisons und ctupis in u liinittiituble condition Tho otanos In tho OovororGpnoriil floclurcs that untwiihstitiiiling the loiij prauticucl oxilo of criminals thouxllo systoin is in u niosj uttsntls faotory coiulttton Tlio otupcs forwanling prisons and othor very ux bniklings in bail sani tary condition cold in wintir suturnttsd with nihisinu and to crown all allowling very little soi1 tt rity against escapes Tito prisons at several points mloutid onu by their bad condition in tiuisiiinii ro port of tho IHu of cxilos on UIH th GoviniofLioncral says VParlins of prisoners under jitiatil of u convoy command go on Coot from otapo to otapo and nro wholo iiiiniths on tho way whilo the hanllabor convicts who must o to tlm irppur anioor do not roach In loss than a year from tSio Miuo when thoy on lor uaslorn Slboriii In tho elapos tho crimuinls and thuir Iainilins who vol untarily uccompiny tliom aro kopt us fur as pos sihlo In colls but thoy spund thoirruator part of day togiHhoi Tlio sconos olclobuuch try to ho wltnVssiul horo jatmoti possibly bo clc scnbtul All tlio shame and oonscionccs that a piisonur has loft is lost horo cotnplistifly JLoro KO to ruin also ho families thai voluntarily ac company Iho criminals into oxilo without regard to ago or In light of UKSO oxlinots from official rp poris of tho tiovornorltoiiorul of ouslotn Siboria to tho 1 shoulcl to usk Jlr Dunstuti in what tvspoct ho thinks tho Russian prison sys tom is holler titan outown On tho very report from which 1 havo just qitotod tho present Alexander hiis tiulorsod in his own hawl iho sigulllctuit words A melancholy but not H now Will try to maintain that tho Oxarofall tho Rtissias is also iv given to of tho defects of lits own system of government A PUKBTjO SWINDLE Something Crooked About a Tailor Shop Transrei1 PUKiiui May to Some weeks ago tho tailoring firm of R 11 Co announced tho sale of their stock and business to Henry J H Ankroin a monibor of tho lirm immodlately upon tho uunouncomont remoAod to Salt Luke City Lately the creditors havo been Investigating tho conditions of the sale and now have concluded to attach the stock A constable has twentyseven pieces of suiting stored away awuittng an adjustment of the case One claim of has boon re cently compromised Claims to tho amount of aro held by Pueblo creditors Yes torelay Chicago were hearb from and more ara expected As tho stock in voices only tho question arises Where is tho money The firm had boon in busi ness but afow months when they closed out Mr Ankrom came from Wichita and was an agent for iron fencing besides boing a sllout partner in the tailors shop Tho HARRISON AND HAYES Presi Thousands of Rebel Veterans Pay Homage to Lees Memory A MAGNIFICENT STATUE UNVEILED The Oration of the Scenes on the Streets of Richmond Statue BarJy Creates a Sensation RICHMOND May weather is clear and beautiful Since daylight knots of those who are to take part in the parade have been gathering upon the streets The Confederate military and civilian continue to arrive The country folks are pouring into town in ancient as well as mod ern vehicles Now and then a band of music starts tho crowds cheering by playing Bonnie Blue Dixie and Mary land My As some favorite commander Is recognized by the crowd a yell arises from them is carried along until he halts or turns oil in to some side street As the various commands reach their starting points with some familiar offi cer at their head cheer after cheer rends by demanded aretraction Early refused whereupon LonKStreets friend made a lunge for Early but the latter was protected by friends long enough to escape The inci dent has caused a sensation DESCRIPTION OF TUB MONUMENT The old capital of the Confederacy had a grand holiday yesterday on theoccasion of Mercies magnificent statue of General Robert Edward Lee being unveiled with impressive ceremonies The groat Virginian is represented in the of his faithful horse Traveler who bore him through the campaigns of four eventful years The animals four feet are ou the ground but about to go forward and the General is delineated as ho appeared when on the point of leaving the Held of Gettys burg The statue is forty feet high forty feet across and weighs eight tons It was cast in eight pieces and brought from Purls In throe pieces When it reached Richmond it was conveyed to its destination in three wagonp drawn respectively by women and old veterans The pedestal is twentyone feet high making the total height sixtyono It is intended as the base of six other statues of Generals who served under Lee three of whom have been selected Jackson T E 15 Stuart and A P HHi Struck ioi Pay MAYS LANDING N May afternoon at Richland Italian laborers on the railroad who claim not to have received pay for several weeks struck and built ob structions across the track They are armed with picks stones and clubs and will not allow further work until they are paid The Sheriff went to the could do notliT ing He will go out with a posse tomorrow aud trouble Is feared IN THE FIELD OF SPORT TFT B STATUE the air The chief marshal General Fita li ugh Loe and Generals Early Johnston and Longstrecli receive similar ovations as they move about from place to place The procession started promptly at noon and was composed of representatives of nearly all the old Confederate regiments in the South Tho lino of march was densely crowded As tho old chieftains of the Confederacy wore recognized hats carue off and the old yell came from thousands of throats On the arrival at tho statue the dis tinguished guests woro seated Governor Mclviunoy called the assemblage to order After prayer General Early was presented as chairman of the meeting He introduced Colonel Anderson the orator ofthe day COIjONKL ANDJSnSONS ADDRESS Colonel Andersons address was an elo quent one in which while abating riot syjot of love and admiration for Loe was so couched in words as not to jarupon tho senslbllitles of the most ardent Unionists Ho began with a statement that a people are known by their nionumcnts and that tho record of the world its most devotedadmiration to its warriors Ho sketched In a masterly way tho transcend ent qualities necessarily united in a great general making such an estimate by the world just Lee tiqwover was not merely one of the greatest captains but a mau of absolutely unblemished Christian life It was tlie singular 1eliclty of Virginia to have produced two great stainless military lead and Lee Tho orator gave an elaborate biographical review oi tho Generals life dwelt upon tho painful struggle which it cost him to decide whether to allegiance to tho Nation or to his native State Finally in the face of temptations In the face of an offer of the command of tho Union army ho decided that duty called him to stand by Virginia Tho speaker then sketched Lees cam paigns tn illustration of his militaiy genius touched upon the moderation and good sense of tho North at the close of the struggle and Its happy results spoke of Leos subse quent quiot dignified life and closed with a brilliant peroration Colonel Andersons address aroused great enthusiasm GeneralJoseph E Johlrn SCHAFKK GATHKUS THE AND SCORES NEARLY A THOUSAND Tho Boyal Knocked O ut at San bull Games aud tho Kaccs JOST HALF A DOZE WIVES A School Teacher Who Married Pro miscuously and Often TWO TOUGH FEMALES ARE FLOGGED How Eyraud Behaves in Determined Bnrjjlar Discovers the Old Mans Clowe Hay market Suspect LONDON May the RoyalThames regatta today the Yurana was first Thistle second and Valkyrie third Tho distance was fifty miles Jamesons new crack yacht Ivorna not placed She did not use her centerboard KATTKRS M1 GARTH V SAN FRANOISCO May Robert Fitz slmmoits of Now Zealand tonight defeated Billy McCarthy of Australia in nine rounds at the California Athletic Club It was Fiteimmonss fight from start to finish and MoOarlhy was badly battered Tho fight was a great surprise to sports SCllAlBllMAlvJSS A KUN SAN FRANCISCO May straight vail billiard match of JOOO points 1000 per night between Jacob Soli af or and J B at tlie Bijou Scliafer missed the first and third shots making in the second made two points when Schafer and getting the balls on the them around the table four times stopping when he had made 1000points The posi tionwas marked and Schafer will resume tomorrow people are hi tho streets The First City Troop of Horse osconed tlio President to the residenceOf Fells the Vice President and Cabinec going to other private houses An enormous crowd was at tho depot and followed the party through the streets to their destination Tho enthusiasm was in the shouting at some times oven drowning out the npiso of the guns from the monofwar firing a Presidential Tho first person to greet Erasidont Harrison at exPresident tho President stopped at Mr Fells house others of Che party from1 Washington the different residences at which tlioy will stop General Sherman arrived this afternoon and is tho guest nephew Henry Slier man Tonigh t the President wastenderocl a publlo reception Stlllman House at wliich an awful crush The city gaily5decorated front bno end to the other The exercises at thoGariicM memorial begin at 3 oclock TITE STATUS AND then unveiled the statue amid shoutsand the booming long continued TllF 1llBSENT When the crowd in tho vicinitywas at Those who participated procession numbered were strangers in the city during the A of lircworksJiook place a KxPresiclent Greets tlio lent at Cleveland May Harrison arrived this afternoon and was received with a salute of twentyone guns The city i T tne lyuLurusuujng a s handsomely decorated of of the equestrian statue of LUC and pictures of JeiVorson Davis and Stonewall Jackson TDK NEW Yomc May special Some one pliihcd upon the statue of George put Confederate flags in the hands of the figure Several protests Iva ye been the flags being iillpwocl toremain the authorities ref take thorn EAHLV j San Francisco pntcli a hot discussion of issues Exr Change ycstoidiiy don ly a clear Eiirly as Visitor Ijyijex who mi A f rieuil The LATONIA May and upwards Ardo Avon Sunnybrook third Time Thrcoyearold aud Wcldon won Walker second Pompey third Time Threeyearold and upward mile aud an won Pall Mall second Lilian Lindsay thiixL Time Twoyearold colts five man won Rosalind second Tom Rogers third Time Twoyearold fillies five won BieJenie second Corrinne Kenney third Time AT OIJAVISSUND r GKAVESEND May Threefourths of a won Tipstaff second B third Time won King Crabsecond Sulbini third Time Threefourths of a mile Trcmpnt stakes won Bolero second Correction Time Brooklyn cup mileand a won Sir Dixon second Time Two Fiveeighths of a won Clandino second Eoctaro third Time The Players Brotherhood PHILADELPHIA three thousand persons witnessed tin Hrotheihoort gamo which was imnonced us a benefit Jor Manager Hurry Wright ol fchn Philadelphia League club who is now lying dangerously ill Pliiljulelphifl 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 5 1 00 00 0 Chicago 10 3 Chicago 4 ningham and Milligan Baldwin and Boyle and Barnes AT BOSTON BOSTON Mav BuffaloBrotherhood Club was tniublc to dlv anything with Macklfins deliveiy today not i man of the visitors1 reach ing beyond second Attendance 1000 230 2 00 08 0 00 0 0 0 0 I BuffaloI 2 Buffalo and Murphy Haddock and JlalHgau and Gunning AT BROOKLTK B KO OKI Ax tn i n Wardsm on had in offday1 this afternoon and the Cleveland Brotherhood Club 0 001 01 0 t 0 0 Jl1 11 Brooklyn 7 and Cook Bakeley and Siitcliffe Jones and AT NEW YORK VnitK ThePiIfcsburgBrother hood Club siuitched the Bailie1 from the champions today after a ten V New York 0 1 1 0 4 0 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 New York 5 rind Vaughn Maul and Ferguson iml The Nationiil PniLABKLPJUA May Cleveland Leaguers s fair led afleruooii knocking out seveirruns in IM first three i li ning but diedaway later Attendance liOO 3 3 o oo o o 7 Philndtlpiiia14 hiladelphia 4 and Suhriver ilksiind Zimnier locfil today outplayed o vejcy point AttendLnce 1600 v r Brooklyn 2 8 2 0 0 0 Brook lyn Cou Brook lyn 2 5 Lpvetfc and1 Jjaloy Coughlio and Kittfcdge BOSTON May Boston Leaguers fathomed putup successful fielding Pittsburtr CLEVELAND May Dispatch Francisco Chronicle Clinton Waite the principal of the school at Geneva who as related several days ago engaged himself to several of his young lady pupils obtained licenses to marry two of them and was united clandestinely to one on April 28th whom he deserted in a neigh boring village the next morning was cap tured atChippewa lake yesterday and taken to Geneva The Jetcotives have been on bis track for two weeks tracing him to Pioneer a village in northwestern Michigan whore two weeks ago lie was married again by tho Mcthodistmhiisterioa prettywidow whom he deserted after a weeks honeymoon From there he came hack to Ohio The de tectives learned that he has married no less than six women within three years Nearly live hundred people met the offi cers with their prisoner at the Geneva de pot this morning As theystepped from the rrain a roar went up from crowd and the Marshal rapidly conveyed his prisoner the lockup with a howling mob at his heels Tho grandfather of one of the wronged girls caught Waite by the ncck undertook to strike him but was pre ventecl Cries of Hang given with a vim Waite hud a hearing pleaded guilty to the charge of larceny of a watch and was ro in a tided in default of 152000 bail May band of white thirty in visited Corydon at l oclock this morning and pro ceeded to the house occupied by Lucy Noyes and Jane Flay two women of questionable reputations The women were dragged from bed taken to the edge of town tied to trees and Hogged until both had fainted from pain Their thongs were cut and the white caps departed leavingtheir victims lying where they bad fallen at tho foot of the trees limp and insensible Be sides their general bad character the two women were suspected of having set recent flres at the fair grounds near Corydon KVRAUDS CONDUCT IN VRISOW HAVANA May Eyraud the mur derer of Notary Goufte was arraigned for ex amination he admitted to the magistrate thathe had Jcill himself by opening thoveins in his arm and leg I havelong been tired of he said and anxious to end this existence Men are so bad I meant to kill myself at the time of my ar rest and the one thing that I regret is that I was prevented Thc main thing which drives me to suicideis1the imputation to mo of crimes which I never dreamed of commit ting ho cried with animation men are very bad worse than can be Eyraud is con lined in one of the strongest1 cell is very simply furnished with a cot in the center and a sear in the corner The prisoner spends most ofhis time lying ou the bed or sitting on its edge His dress consists of a shirt and a pair of white trousers which ho never takes oil Two guards are always by him at each end of They carry no arms for fear that Eyraud might profit by a moment of inattention to take a weapon from them and kill himself Outsido the cell stands another guard with gun and bay There is nothing within Byrauds reachwith which lie could take bis life Eyrauds behavior has not varied since his arrest He is very discreet and answers simply whatever questions are put to him and is evidently anxious to avoid prolonged conversationwith his keeper He affects to be resigned to the fate which awaitshim IT there were no wicked men in the he eloquently says there would be no need of Nevertheless no one is deceived by this little piece of acting It is easy to that Eyraud is planning some involved method of suicide or escape He closes his eyes but not to sleep He Is eon tantly reflecting on his mysterious projects There is one subject however on which Eyraud seems much moVe inclined to talk freely than on any other This is his inti macy Bompard Whether from cyncism or from a spirit of boasting to awaken interest by posing as a victim of an overwhelming passlonate love Eyraud likes to recall the story of his intrigue When some one asked hinvif not hate Gabrielle Bompard because she had re nounced him he said love her more than is the most intoxicating i liibst fascinating woman I ever met I was too happy with her to be able to complain of the harm she has since done Then he told with evident and in reat story ofhis relations with La FOUND THE OLD MANS SACK BOSTON May A bold burglary was Committed at Watertowri last night at the louseof Bemis a retired Boston manu the burglar getting away with several thousand dollars Bemis is about SO years of age with liis housekeeper Mrs Murphy lives in one of the pieasantest parts of town He is a nan of wealth It was some time alter this morning when Mrs Murphy was uouscd by a noise in her sleeping chamber washorrified when she was fairly to find a man m masked and close to her stillmore see him approach her and draw alevolver Ashedid said that lie had the houseto rob it her she tell him j where the money and securities were kepi i She answered t hat there as no rriouey in the house and pluckily ref get up He thereupon sat down on theedgeOf the under her nose insisted ttiat there was Be said that she1 had been tlierea good many years and that she knew where allth e valu ablcs were kept She stpl hesitating he roughly up and get me the ruoriey AVitb the revolver iu unpleasantproximity to her bead and on a threat pf its bein iin less she complied she To consented and tlien plueiug her to the awakened tlie old difficulty in raaking stand deaf the tooffer hjm by hisjhandsVunder 4 oclock this morning ovor money mattors dome knocked Hughes down Tho latter pulled a royolver and tireii iivo umos Tho lasc shot took etVoot in domes groin and the wound is thought to be fatalHughes who is oonuetTed with one of the prom ineiiT families in Colinado gave himself up and is now in the iily jail A HAYMAKKKT SUSPECT CHICAGO May Anmvhist named Kaiser was arrested charged with complicity in the JTaymarket dynamite affair It is alleged he is an intimate of Hrr Most and has boon talking in a very revolution ary mannVr Kaiser deuios any cosmootiou with HenMost saying that they have boon enemies for years Ho also denies em phatically any connection with the dynamite scheme VOITNR SPKLtMAXS PKOKIA May sensation has beeu created hero by the arrest of John Spell man oldest son of Edward iSpollmaiK tho IrishAmerican who became quite widely known during the Cronin trial at which he was a witness During the past two months a scries of burglaries have been committed in the city and iho police have been abso lutely unable to obtain a clue to tho perpe trator Nothing but money was taken hi each ease Last night a polieeman dis covered a man working on a safe in a large wholesale house and succeeded in effecting his arrest It was young Spollman He has confessed that he was the perpetrator of all the recent burglaries HKBKBW MONEY DTSA1MMSAJIS NEW YOHK May 5smade at police headquarters tonight about thu dis appearance of Exchange Broker WoltY with in money which about JOO Hebrews had entrusted to send to relatives in Europe to pay their passage to this country STAH1JKD TUKOUOH TUB HKAKT CINCINNATI May Miller was found dead in his yard tonight with a knife wound in his heart His wife and John Pierce liad been in company considerably lately A MURDER KINGFISHER Oklahoma May Walsh tonight killed John McNeal in a dis pute over a claim during the festivities at tendant upon Governor Steeled reception Walsh narrowly escaped lynching A SCOTCHHUSH CONG11ESS iORY MYSTERY Yonfig lumbers Frightful Death the Reisuinff Sensation Wjtlil THE CORONERS VERDICT AN ABSURDITY Circumstances Point to a Brxxtal Theory ol a Detective A Plot to Assassinate 12iiilishiiiaii th An Address on the Ulsternuiu Is Re ceived With Knthnsiasin PiTTSUURG May great Scotch Irish Congress of America opened today with probably 1000 delegates and visitors from all parts of the United States and Canada Robert Bon tier of New York presi dent of the association called i he congress to order Among the delegates were many wellknown people including Alex Mont gomery of San Francisco and Rev Robert Burns of Tacoma Scotch Mayor Gourlay welcomed the members of the Convention on behalf of tho city and Governor Beaver on of the State while Bonnetreplied The report of the Executive Committoo siiowed a wonderful growth of the society the past year Kev Dr Mclntosh of Phila delphia delivered an address on The Mak ing of an The address was greeted throughout with wild applause He described the advent of Scotchmen into Ulster their forced emigra tion from that place and landing in America as ScotchIrish He dwelt at length on the oritdu of the race in the lowlands of Scot land In concluding ho said Gods mo ment to let ScotchIrishman loose in all his yet untried strength has come and tho oppressed man leaps to the front place in the gap to bar tho old oppressor The martyr for conscience takes his champion stand beside the fresh worlds free Jmrch and a free state The landlords quondam slave will win a free ballot and save the homestead The lover of learning robbed of years of school and college1 will wage fiercest battle until he has secured free school in every district and an open college to all comers and the xpatriatcd and exasperated Ulsterman will never surrender tho struggle till the old wrongs are lost in his uew and abiding At tonights meeting Professor Perry of Williams College delivered an historical ad dress ou ScotchIrish in New Rev Dr Kelley of Tennessee spoke on General Sam Houston the Washington of The programme for tho entire congress is not yet arranged Many wellknown orators will speak during the sitting of the con gress and a number of men of national prominence will make extemporaneous re marks A NEWFOUNDLAND CRISIS A French MaiioiWar Rules the Coast HALIFAX N May Echo this evening says it seems that matters on the socalled French shore of the western coast of Newfoundland are rapidly approaching a crisis fn consequence of tho action of the commanding officerof a French warship at the Bay of St George in requiring the inhabitants to take up their nets The people have refused to recognize his right to levy duty The re turn of illegally imposed for the last years was also recently dis ciissed indignant people who num ber nearly twelve thousand At the Bay of St George the correspond entsays the commander of the French ordered the inhabitajits to take up their herring nets The people re fused The French officers then came armed and took up the nets destroying some of them The people applied to the local magistrate established by the St John government otrthe coast for their pro tection He informedthem that powerless to lend them any assistance fishing is one of the principal of the people and prevented from prosecuting that occupationIt means complete ruin ix Resolutions were telegraphed to the Gov ernor Johns and the has been ordered to proceed to thy sejife of ANOTHER LIQUOR DECISION Original Packages May Be Sold in Maine Court today made a unanimous decision in the case reversing the decision of the lower court winch convicted Burnes under the statutes few years opened up in Augusta1 an im ported fromthe provinces or other couutriesf Claiming that the State had no right under States Constitution to interfere with bis business The was up step by Tnitil it is now decided in Burness favor The Court says in just decided by the Supreme Court of States clearly question are bound by that decision to ruling below arid to sustain view for by The ininorftyopinipn io to a better Our due to prevails prohibit only up Its May an Francisco C7rouVjc par allel of the lenwell Ivimber inys has been jMontrcal de tootivcs since the beginning of April has moved one step towards a solution Tno body of T S Kiniber was found yesterday in the upper rosorvoir which supplies tbo part of the city with water Tho llenwell case which excited so much all over tho countiy was at its high whenthe another young Englishman who was accompanied across the oeoiin by three companions ox cited some suspicion Peter Soiumfelil editor of tho Canadian 1 was the first to make any sug gestion of foul play and on inquiry ho placed the case in the hands of detectives THE KIHST FACTS UlSCOVKRKl were to tho oiTect that Thomas S Kimber of Topsham Devonshiro England arrived itx this city on April id and registered at tho Grand Central Hotel with three companions On the following Friday he left mysteri ously leaving behind him in his room a largo quantity of blood with which the fioor and various articles of furniture were be spattered a bloodstained several bloody handkerchiefs Somehow or other this disappearance was kepi quiet for about two weeks THE TiAXOLOnoS SlOftV Styles the proprietor of tho Grand Cen traf Hotel on April a on the morning of the llth ins Ho said 10 aud Jl oclock I distinctly saw Kimber leave the house on Jiis own feet anc was naturally not unduly when blood was later discovered room Fot two or three T expected him to roturn and certainly it was nob my business to en deavor to create a sensation about a man who might at any moment turn up I thoa told friend Schonfold of the From this time on I lie newspapers hunted the matter up detectives had their usual duos letters were written to England and answers received but all to no purpose and the matter had beer given up as a mys tery until yesterday morning a stone mason named Bcrchiron passing by tho high level reservoir NOTICED A HUMAN BODY floating in the water The body was fished out the Coroner notified and the body taken to the morgue For one reason or another not explained tlio Coroners jury railroaded through a verdict of suicide almost Immediately The jury was impaneled oclock and at JO they had verdict of suicide be fore an autopsy had been made When tho body was found it was discovered that the throat had four distinct1cuts which bad severed the windpipe Around the wound was a tightly tied towel bearing the name T tho proprietor of the Grand Central and in the coat pockets wore stones which weighed almost twenty pounds while on his under shirt was marked T When Kimbers room in the Grand Central llotel was broken into and found all over tht floor and spattered on the theory was formed with the aid of i hehotel keeper that he bad been seized with a hemorrhage and left without paying the few days board he owed On the day of his dis appearance a draft arrived from his father io England and the question now Was that draft the cause of a murder Styles remembered yesterday that on the Sunday before his Kimber and his two English friends had gone toMt Royal for a walk and that when they got back they were overheard speaking of tho attractions of thecity Among things they made Inquiries as to where tlio reservoirs were A DETECTIVES THEORY Hero is tlie theory of the mystery which Detective Grose plves and the above con versation about the reservoir carries it out Kimber left tho hotel in the met his two somebody else who had tbo scheme planned beforehand ml had taken a towel hotel to help out their plans He to a lonely point of Mount wliere the reservoir is His cutphis neck wrapped tightly with the stolen towel his pockets filled with stones and the body thrown over the rail into thewatcr Then the murderers went back to the hotel spattered blood about the floor locked the door and left This would account for no trace of blood being found outside Still another is shared in by the Chief of Police is thatKimber at tempted to cut his throat succeeded partially and then tied up his neck aud sought a place where he might die less painfully This latter seems sidering that the man could not lose such a quantity of blood and then walk two miles up a steep hill like Mount fill his pockets with stones and then throw himself over five feet of spiked railings the water Notwithstanding verdict which the 1ury brought near ly every body else inclined to the belief foul play and that the young Englishman was the victim of just such a1 man or set enticed Ben well and others to this country Atchisou Directors Elected NEW YOHK May Directors of Atlantic and Pacific met this afternoon and elected the following Chairman of the board of directors O president Allen vicepresident and general auditor Fernhart second vicepresident A general X J McCook The new officers all the Company V At s meeting St Louis Saay Francisco directors today tenderedhis and Allen rManvel president of the conipariy elected his and In diaiins jpji jfht Ateiegramirom v Durango the 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