Salt Lake Tribune, June 1, 1890

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June 01, 1890

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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah First Part VOL 205 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH STHSTDATT 3VIOBNING JUNE 1 1890 PRICE FIVE CENTS ZIONS COOP IS TH E It Induces Eastern Finns to Oppose the Ciiitoiii BE THE SAINTS MAKE A DESPERATE FIGHT A Soutirmmt Being Worked Up in the James Confl That Tjcaii Orea Will Conic Out All IvijLjlit out rvxiinl to race or color depends upon tlio continued administration of public af fairs by the Democratic party which alone combines the intelligence experience and virtue necessary to porpetuato tho blessings of a frufs Kovornment therein and that a continuation in power of that party is tho highest duly of all white nien Tho convention this afternoon finished nominations as follows J D Berron Sec retary of State John L Coblw Treasurer C 0 Auditor W L Martin Attor neyGeneral John G Harris Superintend ent of Education JOHNSTOWNS Jj17 KourUteriUi Street WASHINGTON May n 1HDO The faints nmklng a shrewd and Kharp against tho OullonStruliol bill and arc confidunt that It cannot HOcurt consideration this Mission In oiUmr Senate OP HOUHO Tho plan adopted lifts been to vvorlc and Congressmen through tho newspapers find in tlHlr liomo districts Interviews In various newspapers carefully written and us carefully marked have boon sent to Washington Hi I of which protest in riarno of nonpolygamous Mr inons and against further dnisUo legislation Coop has been working with wholesale houses through which il purchases goods and many Sen a tors and KeprcsentatlvuH have received letters in fonsocjiionco against Mio On Horn bill The prows wherever It can bo bumbooKlod in being worked In Lliesiimo direction In many instances uneoiiseloiisly lo HH editors Calno and hlH attorneys hero very well tho imminent danger of I ho passage of the hill and they are leaving jir storm unturned defeat the measure All the resources of Mm church are now bo Ing to enforce delay until a false sentiment can be worked up to defeat tho measure Every is fell be a stop towards victory The certainty of a longconUned debate upon silver and the Uiriir ttnoonragos the Mormon lobby believe tliat If the meas ures wlihlt mcnuee Uio existence of tlio Church eun be shelved a fow weeks longer It wil jxo over until the short session when Its consideration will he dilllcult If not im possible A strong and largo dele gation is here on the ground marshalled by Oitlne and they will strain every point to gain their end MK IAMKS IS President Jarnes of the Utah Ore Pro ducers Association Is still In the city s ua yet uncertain whether the hear lrig ri tho load ore question will bu granted by the SenaIe eoninilttoe lie said to your correspondent this ovonihg M a hi remain ing Here at Mm urgent of and Teller who are appre hensive of I can not slay after the middle of the week un pressing uHyutp business home will demand my I bellovo thut we shall win tho ore light T am conlldent that tho Western SomitoiS will stand irmly together for their mining Interests and yet the work of the smelting trust has been so smooth and persistent that T shall nut eintso to be Anx ious until the bill vcoes to conference com mittee with our schedules untouched Tho light In tho House was the hardest and bit terest I over saw and I eunnot but fuar that it will bo renewed In tlio Henate 00138 TO TUB COAST WASHINGTON May First Assistant Olarlc soti leaves tomorrow for an extended offi cial tour of the far AVost Ho will at onoo proceed to Seattle Wash Krom that point diverging tours will bo made through Wash ington and Oregon Latur he will visit SHU Fnuuisco and other loadingoltlos and towns of California Tin prime object of this tota ls to obtain it thorough knowledge of the postal needs for tho Pacific slope Clurkson is of tho opinion that tho far West Is enti tled to better fuullltlos and believes that Westernmen acquainted with the peculiari ties and rapidity of Western development suob oat ablo to juclgo of Its postal needs Ho will nrnUo a close Inspection of tho serv ice at all Important centers and on his re turn In about 11month or six weeks will make such recommendations as the situa tion demands Upon his return to Wash ington ho will lender to the President his resignation to talco oltoct immediately UEVISfNO TUB TAlltFJT BIJjk The ttopnblloan members of tho Somvto Committee on resumed considera tion of tho Tar I U1 bill this morning and ro mainod steadily ar work until lM5p when a roooss was taken Schedules A and H covering chemicals pot lory and glassware wore disposed of and several pages of tho mota schedule and nmimfaoturos of Iron and steel Tho changes from tho ftotise bill are said to havo comuiuUtlvoly unimportant AH MY FRAUDS IN ARIZONA On Juno 10th a courtmartial will convene at Tucson Arizona for the trial of Captain Alonxo E assistant quartermas ter chatgod with defrauding tho Govern ment liato developments resulted in tho order from the War Department for a trial of throo other olHeers Majors Joseph AV AVJiam and Alberts Towar of tho pay de partment and Major Amos S Klmball chief Quurtorinnstor of tho Department of Tho quarter masters aro charged with fraud in having rented a room in their personal quarters tho Government for a Vsum nearly to tho amount paid for tlie wholo thus getting tho rent prac tically free and tholr regular allowance for quarters in Tho eliargus against Mtlthnoro aro various fraudulent transac tions such as carrying his wife on the pay roll as a clerk his servant as janitor and routing his property fraudulently to the Gov ernment Klmball will bo charged with ncgloct of duty Iu not discovering or report ing thosetlagrant cases of fraudulent ad ministration THE ALABAMA DEMOCRATS They Nominate it Governor ixud De clare Themselves MONTGOMERY May Democratic Convention met this morn Inc Balloting commenced on ail tho candidates but It had been the agreement that all tho antlKoU forces would support Colonel Thomas G Jones for Tho roll of counties commenced and every voto not for Kolb was cast for Jones Thb result was not an nounced as TColbs friends withdrew his name and moved Joness nomination by ac clamation Everybody went wild and the Convoutkm had to suspend proceedings Kolb pledges his support to the nomination The platform adopted roanirms allegiance to the principles of the democratic party as promulgated by Jefferson defendedby Jack son and maintained Cleveland Jt holds that aixy interference oh the partof tho Government in tho selection of Senators and Representatives in Congress is an usii rpatlon of power unwarranted the Constitution Unalterable opposition to the present high tariff 1s declared and a liberal I and thorough system of pnbllo It further declares that fare of the entire people of the State Ttvo BodiOH a Year Altcr tho Flood May annlvor of llio Mood observed today by a eiieral draplng of the business houses In black Thff twelve mouths after tlio finds the city welltodo Inabusl and manufacturing way As regards gen eral thoro is a worm waste of lands and Johnstown today is a ruao arid rough town as compared with the hanusorno city or a year ago In all the churches and oharltaMo institutions momorial services wore held and after tho services were over the Jiundreds of unknown graves In Grand View wore A startling f future of tile dity was thu hiding of two hodles in an abandoned cellar whllw tho memorial parade was parsing ABRICUtTURAL WAREHOUSES THE KAiSER ON CRUTCHI William Keeps Bis Secretaries Ban ning To and Fro BASIS FOR AN AFRICAN SETTLEMENT Speculations as to the Result of tiie KinpcrorsSocialistic jnarck at Stan leys Bauqtiet Gcacrtil Foreign News 8ENATOK TH13Y 1NJUKK TJIK I1 A11M13II Would Swarm Ovor the Country and iatJior Jp Miirkot Would Unsettled WASHINGTON May I Carlisle has wrl Uon U B V Howard of Tuskogco Alabama In responseLo u request for his views upon Uio hill providing for a system of Government for farm prod ucts upon which produuts Treasury notes would lio issued Tho Senator says at the beginning thai tho statement of How ard and his associates that they are in favor of equal justice to all and special favors omhorllos sound Democratic dootrlne and If it had strictly adhered U In Congress during tlio past twentylive vcars depression of which the faiinciS luiii others justly would luive been avorled uiid I ho wholo country would be prosperous and con ten tod The Iarmcrs IIHVD hccii so long for tho benclit of other o hisses and soon so much legislation for cjorpoimions and ptiticjnco is oxhausLed and iuo now demaiicllng thuli the very policy which they havo hereto as uniust and ruinous should be applied to them or nithor a part of no suluMiio yet would operate alike upon all farmers evil can bo corrected by Increas ing its anil uxlonding Its opera tions Thnru is hut onu nIVoctual remedy rorUiouvII which iindoubtodly exists aru thaiIs to reverse the policy which produced Tho Senator iohoursing tho features of tho proposed subUotisury pliui and that tho fannors thernsqlvis willpay more than tholr fair share of Lhu tho and thai with tliom will bu tho of admlnistriitive power says tiioro Is not more than onethird of Uui WOO counMes in tho United Slates If that many Unit produce and acsll iinnuiilly more than worth oC iigrloultural products uncl thoro foro unMcr tlio bill not more than ono thiid ol could avail themselves of tills plan At voryouLsoti Miorcloro it is a plan to compel tho Government to issue and money for tho benefit of people living In tho rich and productive counties at ot tho poorer ones More over It Is u plan to enable speculators to take advantage of the 1urm urs poctiuliuy nooossltlos and oxtort cxor bluuit food from tho people In tlio grout majority of casos tho f armor would never bo ablo to redeem the do products but would bo forced to lose tho romuluing twenty por cent of the value or soil his warehouse receipts for ho could get for tiioni which would bo very little for It must bo romom borod that ho his warehouse ro ho a Intorost of only twoulypor cent loss charges for intorost storage and this is all ho can dispose of llo will find tho tliao rapidly approach ing wluin lio must havo time to redeem his products or soil his small rc imiinlng Intorost or allow them to be sold nt pubiio niicClon by tho Govornmont and tills will bo tho golden opportunity of tho speculators whoso agents will swarm all ovor tho country toiidy to take tlio receipts from tho cmbfirrassod owners for merely a nominal sum Senator Carlisle argued at length to show that tho plan proposed would produce an umiuul expansion and contraction of tho currency which would result in absolutely destroying tho market upon which tho farmer must depend for tho salo of his crops No such fucUitlos as this project will afford for controlling tho markotsfor purely speculativepurposes said ho havo ovor existed In this or any other country and no more porfoct system for tho oppression of tho poor could bo devised In conclusion Senator Carlisle said that oven if it could bo conclusively shown that this or any similar sohomo would pecuniarily bonoiicial to any particular class oC people ho would still bo unalterably opposed to it bocauso in his opinion it would bo another wido and dangerous do parturo from tho principles upon which our political institutions nro founded It would bo iufnbt tho longest Stop yot taken in a timo of peuoo toward a consolidation of power iu the Federal Government and a sub jection of tho private affairs of tho pooplo to tho control ot a central and irresponsible authority A SENSATIONAL STORY WcHteriV Union Business Manipulated in Favor of the Lottery Company May Tho Journal prints a sensational story affecting prominent officials of the Northern Pacific It charges that on tho night of February 4th tho Wost crn telegraph wires wore cut two miles oust of Jamestown N but inves tigation proves that tho work was douo by prominent Northern Pacific officials and two operators it is supposed at tho instance of a still hurhor official who it is claimed worked tho wire himself at Bismarck At that tl ml a great many telegrams both for against the Louisiana lottery project wcro passing over wires The operators sidetracked those unfavorableto tho lottery and riKshod Uio others through It charges that they advised friends of the lottery of tluv contents of tho messages intended for tho anMlottovy pooplo in advance of their to thoso entitled to them Long petitions and lists of names In favor of the lottery wore it is rushed through without charge while protests against the lottery were delayed Tho Western Union in ado a full investi gation of tho charges obtaining satisfactory proof of their truth A Triangle Convention YORK local says tho triangle faction of OlanhaGael lius Issued a call for a One pf tho trlanglo opponents talking to por tor said It Is bclievod that known is Rubbor KpiiayRO bp elected prosklonfer Tho niime of organ will probably liethoIrlsliNatiquallsts and it will be sort of cross between the Iiand and tho Revolutionary party with a littledyria Stanley portrait and a iliield inscribed Stanleys tribute of negro domestic iu his dominions be given a certificate oKrecciom May American nlm Ister was cordially received in a farewell audience by the King and Queen yesterday He leaves today VIKKNA May 1Teidler Von Egeregg Councilor of the Austrian Embassy at London will go to Washington to take charge of the Austrian legation1 during the absence of Chevalier Schuiic Von Tavera ST PKTKIISIJUKO May Emperor William will meet tho Cxar at Fredensbourg WARSAW May police Jiavc ex pelled eightyfour Prussians and Austrians PKSTII Mav lower house of Hunarian Diet rejected the bill wiiich would restore the rights of citi zenship to Lonis Kossuth CIUSPIS GOVUKNJIKM ElsOOKSBD the Deputies today Prime Minister Crispi closed debate ur tho internal policy of tho Government against which the Kudicals desired to pass a vole of Ccnsuie The situation of Italy abroad he said was never so good as now A motio ANOTHER RECORD LOWERED Fides Goes ThreeQuartersih at Morris Park INTERCOLLEGIATE RECORDS SMASHED expressing conlidcnee was carried to Il I if tho Government An English Kald oti Canada HALIFAX M ay assent foran Eng lish syndicate is in this city making ar ranKOmencs for the purchase of tbe Nova Scotia and Dartmouth refineries The syritliciMo proposes buying out tio St Law rence and Canada refineries in Montreal The price ollcrcd for the Nova Scotia reiin ery is THE RECORD OF GRIME A PARDONEO T EX CRIMINAL KK SUMBS A Ranchman Alivo in a Boll Yonnjr Thief Captucoti Other GrimJual Items May by New York Associated William today was able for tho Drst time since last Sundays accident to liobblo abcmt his room on crutches Several of the smaller bones of tho iMikle were broken and the whole leg is contused His doctors Insist on his taking a longer iest Throughout the week tho Emperor has kept his secretaries and Ministers actively at work lie displeased at the delays in the negotiations with England regarding Africa and too c entire control of the mat ter After several conferences with tho liritlsh Ambassador and the hands of the colonial department proposals were fixed upon which it is thought will prove ac ceptable to Lord Salisbury Brioily they are that tho Gorman sphere shall extend to the limits of Congo State from the northern extremity of Tanganyika to Albert Uganda and British Unvoro shall bo neutral groun d and that navigation of tho lakes shall be free The British Ambassa dor evidently thought these good enough to justify a resumption of the discussion as ho 1ms recalled and the matter will be reopened A long struggle is expected over the matter MajorAViss jTiann uoincs about Juno 21Jrd and Or Peters early in July each loaded with facts and in support of tho German claim Tho minor state of siego ends inLeipsie on Juno28tli and if tho Government does does not renew it tho fact will signalize the determination of tlio authorities to cease special enactments throughout Germany According to tlxo Socialist the Government has asked the Bnndos rath to prolong tho law This demand has aroused the Emperor who desires to place the Bnndosrath on record iu support of a nonrenewal of fclio measure Tho ofllcial tendencyhero now is in ac cordance with the Emperors desire to give the Socialists freer TheBundcs raths assent to tho Socialist law to uxpiro is doubtful The Hamburger Nach predicts an inevitable insurrection when the restraints on tho proletariat aro removed H tho gnus have spoken God knows what will happen Per chance tho bloodshot following a revolt will havo 11 salutary inilnonco upon the social organism bub it Is certain that the renewal of repressive measures will bo piti less Other war troubles will again rise and tho gangrono of soolalism may alloob even the NarhricliLcii doubtless reflects Bismarck s opinion which continues to influence the members of tlio Biiudcsrath Bismarck in u to tho delegates of academies who presented him with an address reminded thorn Of tho value of the Idea of unity permeating Germany The pooplo who ascribed to him tho phrase that unity could only bo established by blood ami Iron misunderstood his saying AVhat ho meant was that tho King atthat time ought to have power as possible in order thai in case of neod ho might throw all the blood and iron into tho scale Fortunately Germany had got past that now and tho greatest fortune for tho country was peace He did not believe a German Emperor would over look upon a map with Napoleonic lust oi1 conquest m his The coLomony of placing tho last stone of tho splro of Ulm Cathedral took place to day amid tho ringing of bolls and general rejoicing It is 530 foot lilghost in tho world SPHECUTiS AT STANMBYS BANQUET LONDOA May Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle Ameri can colony gave a banquet iu rooms yesterday in honor of Henry M Stan ley The rooms wore beautifully decorated with flags and llowers Ih an alcove behind tho chair of tho presiding officer Oonsul Genoral Now stood a bust of 0hinose Gor don and under a suspended American oaglo on tho opposite side was abust of Stanley Goorgo Pago vas vicechairman There wcro 350 guests including members of Parlia mout American Consuls Judges officers md tho loading members of the Em In relief ex pedition ConsulGen oral Now toasted the health of tho Queen Sir Charles Tupper toasted tho health of President Harrison and made a speech in whichlie endorsed Sir Charles Dilkos opinion that tho people of England and America aro essentially Stan leys speech as worthy of tho best attention of the race This an d tho toast to tho Prince of AValos wore drunkwith groat enthusiasm ConsulGeneral New amid cheers pro posed tho health of tho guest of the ovou ing Ho said it was needless to speak an ful some adulation of Stanleys achievements They spoke lor Referring to the rapid growth of America lie said the same thhv was possible iir Africa In conclu sion Now said ho Imdbceu delegated by his fellowcitizens in America pleas ant duty of representing to Mr Stanley ITU American flag to replace tho one which bo had borne with love and roveroncoon many and which must now bo weatherbeaten Also a shield in recogni tion of his achlovemonts Tlio act of pres entation was the signal for loud cheers which merged into tho song a Jolly Good when Stanley rose to re spond In a humorous speech he described how Mr Bennett sent him to Africa whore ho said ho learned iirsttho art of sec ond that it is not tho custom there1 to wear light pantaloons au broad last iiow to choose good soldiers and officers Then his education was complete aud Mr Bennett scut him to Spain Stonicy similarly described numer ous other commissions which he jocularly said behccolvod from the of the Continuing he said that when he remembered how long lie himself had been in learning that there was some good in Africa forgive Francisco a ft ting slipgolden He ladies of lit Bridgp s the of chapel north a miles iifrpnv territory distant a three journey set to work to raise fromthe sea territory seemed to gucceeded advantage because tlie statesmen and only ouco in three months AUSTIN May Dispatch Kran Cisco Chronicle A posse of citizens and a gangof notorious horse thieves Jiad a terrific encounter twentythroe miles below here in the moun tains late yesterday afternoon in which one of the thieves George Makosome was killed and his Frank captured George thedoad man isthe fellow who six years ago in the very heart of this city held up and robbed Or R M Swearingeii Theodore K Smoot Dr Stocklard and sev eral others of their gold and what money dlieyhacl hu took the watches ho exiinilned them carefully and when he came up with Dr Sinoot he noted that his watch engraved You arc a preacher he said keep your watch I dont and he handed the watch back Tliree days after he was captured while asleep and was tried convicted and sentenced to the poriifiontiiary for twenty Some four weeks ago on petition of the county olliuers prison officials and the gentlemen whomho had robbed the Gov ernor pardoned him when ho joined his brother Frank who lives near1 Ah is city Since then horse thefts have and a throe days1 hunt for tho thieves was inaugurated resulting as told A RANCHMAN IJUrtllSO AIJIVIS SAN ANTONIO last Sunday Theodore Wei sen miller a woaltliy ranclnnan of Ban has been missing from his ranch noar thabiplacp His friends after morning found burled in acnvc HisPanels were tied behind him liiid there were many signs of a desperatestruggle Cor life From tho appearance of the cavern it is thought the man was buried alive He had bitter enemies in the Alliance auxiliary to which ho belonged and il is believed that jealousy prompted tho mimler No arrests havo yet been made A BOLD TUTKir CAPTURED ST PAUL May This morning Mrs Mary Casserly was walk ing down Fourth street with a satchel con when a young man snatched it and pursued the fugitive who drawing a revolver ifirud at them happily without effect Finally he crossed a railroad bridge and ran into an old store house While he waswas watching one olllccr near the entrance and trying to draw a bead on him another slipped hi behind and captured him The prisoners name is James Dougan and he is said to have come from Spokane Falls A PEHNICIOUS MEASURE iParnell States His Objeciions to Bal Bill NEW YORK May North American Review has an article by Parnell stating the Irish partys objection to the Balfour Irish Land Purchase bill ParnclL characterizes the measure as insufficient arid It is iasufllcleiit because it would more than one out of every four Irish and then there would be many in the favored minority who have no right or claim to enjoy tho bomefit of land purchases at the expense of D the State It would takeupwards of to enable all tho Irish tenants entitled to do so owners of their The state would never advance the vast sum necessary for the purpose as everyone cjjjjn cedos isthe utmost sum the British taxpayers can be induced to guarantee The Irish party hold therefore that tho land act of 1SS1 should first bo so amended as to secure the tenants improve ments from the of rent Greatabuses have attended the working of tho landpurchase The re sources are misspent whilethe question is loft unsolved More over the grossest favoritism has been shown ih theselection of estates for whose of public money are to bo made L Up to December 3 1SS8 30 owners sold estates to tenants for these 530 owners thirtyfour walked off with This Is not the manner in which thequestion shouldbe Other set forth says him us largely as anything else in opposing the measure is thC existence of coercion in rtors wpre present1 which tenders it impossiblefor tenants to contract freely lords in arrauuing the terms of sale AN JNSTKUlttENTPP THE An Orthodox Congregation CoiLltlnt Stand an Organ WJib Harvard Carries Off the Honors Some Great Ilu mi ing KaoesrKil rain Heady to Bull or the Clubs DENVER May Special to Tho second day of the Overland Park Club spring meeting was not as largely attended as tho opening day but still the attendance was good Tho weather with the exception of a fow showers that foil during the after noon was lovely and all that could bo wished for racing The tracks wcro in per fect condition and tho programme offered by tho association i most excellent one consisting of running and trotting live races in three running and two trbts In all but first race there were largo iieltls and most of the entries started The Jirst race of tho day running for a purse of 8250 550 to second horse distance one mile and an eighth three entries Hin doo Rose Bob Jngcrsoll and Rose won easily Bob Ingersoll second Time Second race the Prairie Stakes sweep stakes foals of to second horse SHO to third distance live furlongs Eleven entries Alamosn Naoni Vrancisca Celia Tohiv Winlield Bbu Ton loe Wool man Clara Minnie Elldns Cactus Blos som A S Celia was first Joe Wool man second Minnie Elkins third Time Third race running handicap purse to second horse For threeyear olds distance one mile five entries Luke Dubois Advent Dan Meek Sympatics Last Billy Billy Duncan finished first Sympatics Last second Time Fourth race Denver trotting stakes for colts and fillies three years old and under that have beaten four starters Dazzle Lcroy ISfflo Tie no Leroy first Murtha second Dazzle third Eftfe Rene fourth First heat second third heat fourth heat Fifth race trotting purse S500 class six starters Monarch Prince mahon Sierra Lasalle Almont Tlailstorm T 0 formerly Prince MacMahon 4321 Al mont 54322 J 211 distanced Sierra Lasalle 12 distanced Monarch 5643 Hailstorm 25 distanced Time First heat second heat third heat S fourth heat fiCth AT MORRIS PAHK MORRIS PAIIK N May Associ ated Mile and an Eeon won Prince Koyal second Brother Ban third Time ForncliircWclter Handicap fiveeighths Of a Volante Avon Ballarat second Bravo third Time Debutante stakes twoyearold fillies fiveeighths of a Sallio won La Tosclc second Espcranxa third Time 50 Toboggan Slide of a Fides won Geraldiue second Blue Hock third Time Threefourths of a Blytho won R Monterey sccoad Sequence Colt third Mile and an Admiral won St Valentine third Time Thefeature of the racing today the Toboggan Slide handicap in which Fides broke the record lowering El Rio Kays time of to In the third race Sally McClelland tied the record of 50 sec onds for fiveeighths of a mile AT LATONIA KyMnV lnd a SJX won Kink second Cast away third Time Half mile Anne Elizabeth won Miss Hawkins second Sister Linda third Time Mile and seventy Cecil B won Time Longshore second Ed Hopper third the organ was ttfereten fouino matter it fimproved the ouco in throb months left theunity of found the rembtcness no hud absorbed a1 six ately tli 6 LastSuhday the congregation sang would awiilco duties tliat Pitls tlie F won JuliaMagcc second Camilla third Time Harold stakes fiveeighths of a mile Georgetown won 3lascow second Allen Ban l KILliAIMS TURN TO TALK BALTIMORE May Dispatch Francisco Chronicle Kilrainis here He says J feel strong and for a match if the purse suits Muldoon the 20th that he would try arrange for a meeting with Ed Smith who is about tny build Smith beat Cleary and is very clever LJiave not heard anything from Muldoon I was to meet McAuliiTe but I learn he has arranged with I intend to get in good form I have anotion to try rowing this summer I had a boat atthe Avid Clubhouse two years ago and if nobody has takeji it away I vvill make use of it As to a fight I would give most any thing to have anotherchance at Corbett He has a pretty long INTERCOLLEGIATE RECORDS SJIASnED NEW Yoiuc fifteenth annual field meeting of the InterGollegiate Association of Amateur Athletics ofAmerica was held this after noon at Berkeley Hall Fully 8000 specta tors wrc present1 Nearly every one of the fifteen colleges connected withthe associa tion Theprincipal feat ure of the days sport was1 the of the record for the 220 yards hur die race by J P tee of Harvard who covered the distance in Other features were Sherrill in the Ipb and 220 10 15 and secunds respectively Also pf Dbhin in of Vil liams inthe 120 yards hurdle 1C 15 Five intercollegiate records were smashed by and Wil liams The cup college most points was The Playqrs wasterritic At 11 403 Pittslimrg K 2 0 0 3 9 VWttshurgv Kew Keefe Eivinjz Teher teameasil silytlctcatcid this afternoon V J v Chicago Cuniiinslwm Million HuWxviu and tarwll Uaslroy alul Hamos AT May The Clovclund Brotbor ieuiu by cooil playing iu tenth inmng iHiuiagod thu gamo Irow lroolclyn At toiuitinco Hrooklvn 0 001 0100002 Clcvwhiud 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1o Urooklvnr 7 Cleveland 0 Brooklvn 5 Clevolaiul 5 ami Daily Kakoky and SnyUvr L nip Jones and Knight LOOK KOK BKTTKK T15IES NEW VOKK May AT a mooting of dolomites of tho IMayors Loaam las night vo discuss the scliodiilu and other maters it was ijooHUd to ui IKTI to ihoarrangomoiiiof gamos m Marclu Tho dolojiatos while doprocatiiig tho lalliugotl in aitindanoe loolc for an improvomont in Uio uoar I mure Tho National KOTON May Tho Piitsburg Loasnc loam today iKiitod Clarkson Kosions star pitchor tliov 1700 Boston 0 0 0 o 0 a o 0 io Hoston 11 Pitusburg lo Huston 1 Clarkson and Honnott Tones Hnkor and Wilson Powors Zacharias May Tho Loagxio clubdoiVatcd OlovoJand this aiUrnuun by oppor tune Inning assisted by nponcnus errors Phibdolphia 0 322000 Cleveland 1 002000 Philadtlphia S Clovolaud Philadelphia 3 CJcvoland Oha soii and Clements Lincoln and Ximmer Lm MoIXmiou AT yonu NEW YOIK fay Cincinnati beat tlio Now York LcngiHIor fourth timo today in a cidodlv poor game Attendance 1100 Now 0 0 1 T I I I Cincinnati 0 S 0 1 3 0 0 k U P WRECK Three Engines Pile Up in an hex trieablc Mass ENGINEER COLEMAN FATALLY HURL Throe Men Crushed to Death at Cas tle TiKniwuul People Made Bitten by a Mad NORTH PLATTE May to One of the worst wrecks that has occurred on the Union Pacific for months took place at the east end of tho yards at this Cation at oclock last night A switch engine had just pushed a loaded freight car on the side the westbound limited express drawn by engines and GJjl camo thundering into yards at a of thirty miles hour Tho switchman either neglected or else had not necessary time to throw back tho switch and the limited crashed into the rear en gine with terrific force Engineer McDonald and Fireman Clark CJ lliis Now York lo IS Xo taking in the situation ut a glance Sinirrolt nd Koonan Umpiro Mguo heal NIMV York 9 CmcimmU and Sonmiers Dnryon Lynch AT BROOKLYN May loc Chicago in a preuilyphiyeti gaino AUiMulanco 01 I 0 0 0 0 10 Cliicigo 12 Cliicnjo y Oonghlin and Njiglo The American Association JJrooklyn 1 I St SYRACUSE JiOCKErtTKfi 1 i 1 StAnclinfiof the Clubs Following is the standing of each clubjn the three organizations at tho close of Fri days gnmcs CliUBS Krooklyn New Bu NATIONAL CLUIIS New Yorlc 30 R35 TUB AJIEHICAN ASSOCIATION 30 20 21 ft 10 1ft KJ ENTEBPKISING BOISE She Advertises Herself to the World in Proper Style BOISE CITY Idaho May to sent out an advertisement on follows Boise City Idaho a new link supplied in the golden chain of cities New York to miles Cleveland to Chicago 450 miles Chicago to Omaha 500 miles Omaha to 550 miles Denver to Salt Lake 550 miles Salt Lake to Boise City 450 miles Boise to Portland 500 miles Of these great centers of politics and commerce the least of all just now in power and wealth is Boise City the capital of Idaho but the last shall he The gold and silver from a thousand mines flow into Boise and Boise valley is distributed the fruitage of forty miles of orchards and gardens and the hay and grainof 5000 farms Come and see and if you are a manly fellow take a hand in making a great American THE GIRLSHAD THEIR FUN A Regular Field Day Indulged in All ly Themselves May Francisco Chronicle Twentythree girls in the High School senior classheld a field day yesterday at Brittous Glen It was like in every detail programme wascarried outl consisting of the Eastern college field days The entire running kicking threelegged race sack race jumping and hurdle racing No males were allowed onthe premises The news paper last night publishedfull details of the anxTthe names ofsome of the most prominent citizens in the town The event created great excitement and the parents are indignant both at the papers and the daughters The girls did not expect their parents to hear of it but could not keep it quiet v Many of the parents will forbid their daughters attending commencement parties hereafter A Family Mysteriously Poisoned CHICAGO May before last the family of Frank C Kubn a estate dealer were suddenly ill after sunper with symptoms of arsenical poison The hired died in a short lime but the doctor didot cases ofthe others serious Today however Kum died and his is in a critical condition tohigh Tfc ivas at first thought poison wasin bought at a bakery a number of other pies made sit the same time and sold familiesviu the neighbor hood produced no police are investigating 1 Republican Committeeuien Re publican ExecutiveCbmniittee last evening West Virginia mem the BOSTON gen He men attended the jumped the former escaping safely but tho latter had his hand crushed so badly as to probably necessitate amputation Tho men on the switch engine also jumped and escaped Injury Engineer Coleman and Fireman Sawyer of NottSl were caught In the cab tho former having his legs cut completely oil dying at 0 oclock this morning Sawyer sustained internal injuries but it is thought they will not result fatally The three engines wore pilcd on top of ouch other In an inextricable mass Very little damage resulted to tho coaches on the limited and though the passengers wcro thoroughly shaken up nono were injured A SHOCKING ACCIDENT ROCK May to shocking accident occurred yesterday afternoon at Curry OBriens live miles south of here by which three men were killed instantly two others slightly hurt and six of tho workmen only saved from sharing the fate of their companions by tho warning of their foreman The moil were excavating near a mass of overhanging rock and had been employed there Jill that day An accidental glance by the foreman at tho mass above them delected v slight movement and his hasty warning caused six ofthcm to hood it instantly The others wcro fatally slow and threewere caught and buried out of After two hoursof labor tho men un oarthed their dead companions and tlfolr crushed bodies here Their names are B L Lundmborg and B Quist All are Quist leaves a family others wore unmarried 3UTTJ3N UV A MAD TUKCOHA May Dis Francisco Clironleto Scries Seven children were bitten yesterday by a mad dog at St Joseph thirty miles north west of here tlic dog dying a few minutes later in convulsions Tho parents of tho children became greatly alarmed and tele graphed D C Ilostetler of this place to bring the madstono in his possession to them After his arrival the stone was applied to each of tho wounds in succession ana it adhered u each case TWO WBIIK FONT WOIOTII May list of casual ties at the Spring Palace lire last night shows two lives lost and thirty personsinjured Inquiries for the missing aro made but tho authorities assert there arc no bodies mtbo w Hayne a railroad contractor is tho only victim of the Spring Palace fire were 3000 persons in the building and all got out in less than threo minutes They jumped from tho second story windows Muiy wore injured but the Indications aro that no deaths will result TheloBS 000 inclusive of the exhibits of historical value The lire started from sonic one stepping ou a sulphur match TWO EMPLOYEES BURNED May mills of J and E Ritchie and H Wilson were burned this Two employ cos were burned to death A CUUJICJI STiUJCK J5Y LTGBTNtNG LEXHSGJCOX May St Peters Roman Catholic Church sonlght The tower was destroyed partrnent soon quenched the names Tho sisters aad pupils in St Catherines Acad emy adiolhing were in the chapel at the time AU were prostrated but none seriously hurt TWO THOosAND MIDDJJBSBOROUGH May afternoon an unknown incendiary started fire 5n the rear of Ho3lands grocery store on Cumberland avenue The flames soon beyond control and spread rapidly The fire raged several hours and when subdued four containing the best buildings In the as a great numberof residences were destroyed The loss will to with insurance Several persons were badly bat none will die Two thousand people aro homeless and not only their houses but In a majority of cases all their fects arc gone AVhen it Vas found that the had been tampered with and made practically useless No clue to the EIGHT PASSKNOBIIS OMAHA May nger train on the here this morning and v J v THE OAKLAND SAN FKANCISCO May bodies were recoveredrlrpm the estuary where the wrecked yesterday This leaves of dead at as heretofore telegraphed Engineer Dunn is thought to be drowned V most disastrous ever Atlantic yesterday cveniiiK two its tlon with the SantavFeV A train tlpn with the SantavFeV decked loaded with some merino mutton to the was ttiarr about L ;

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