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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - June 4, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                CIRCULATION EXCEEDING THAT OK RTHERj In the City Combined THE MOST EXTENSIVE In the Mountain Kcgloni 208 4T TJJr PfiOJTfiJ AT Irit MiluriAL bArilAL BALT LAKE CITY UTAH MOEKIIsG 4 1890 PRICE FIVE CENTS The House and Senate Disagree on tie Pension Bill CAPTAN MILTiMORES CHOOKEDNESS His St TJOUJH Bootllo Im portant Construction of the Irriga tion Demand Pro of the Census June a talk between Senator DaviH and Morrlil halr inan of Uift on It was hoi loved hut tui would be formally today by the conferees on tho Ionslon bill but when the House up this morning with the inslruraioiiH of caucus Of last night to maintain pflncipic Kcnvicc pensiorin It rnaitifcst that an conic not bu secured arid a motion to roport u dlsagrcernfiit to tlio rc Houses WISH adopted John S Chief jC tho Service having to Comply wltli a rwiucst for his hai boon dismissed Ills nor yet been soloctod ItJltKIKHS WANT The Roniiblicaiis of tho Hunalo Finance Commit continiKHI conslderatioii Tiirill bill The wood schedule passed and tho laid over for the it being doomed bust to await the of MonIU stud Hhorinari before tak ing up ot such Importance Two New York Iiir dealers representing they said 100 IHiiiMHS engaged In tlio preparation of furs and manufacture of fur goods were givon a hearing They asked that the duties on fur and fur goods In tlio House bill ho Increased on account of the compe tition of cheap foreign labor OAITAfN CROOICRDNKSS When tlio announcement wan made that CapMiln B Mlltirnoro of Mio DepartiMont United States was to le tried by a courtmartial Tucson on charges of fraud the Government 1 1 wan Intimated hi was Involved in questionable tran onri when stationed In St several years ago and thaU although he could not now he punished there were others Involved who might by the civil courts Tho Treasury Department looked into the matter and as a ret ill ings have boon insUtuUid at SI Louis against 0 Hartley ft Oo of that city to recover SniMtfiO alleged to have been fraudcntly obtained from the fiovornmoiifc with the aid of Mil M more I charged that tho Urm presented vouchers for supplies never de Jlvered which Miltlrnore had paid by the Government The spoils thus is charged wore divided between tho two TIIK CASK The of tho IftmiSO Com mittee on F led Ions decided not to delay the Clay tonHrcekinrldge contested oloo case in Arkansas for the purpose of taking testimony of California witnesses In regard the alleged complicity ot Hooper in tho murder of John L Clay Ion VIOLATIONS Oli Tnii CI3NSOS JLAW Census Superintendent Porter today called tlie altenl ion of Department of Justice to violations reported to him oi two of the census law One imposed a penalty for refusing to answer census quos tlons and the other a penalty for refusal on tho part of enumoiatois tu perform duties after taking the oath Up to noon he had received IntonmiUon of eases uf flvo persons in dilVerent parts of the country who refuse to furnish any Information Intends to proseeute with vigor all violations of the law reported to him aHK INVAHKUS A United Consul at Guny us Mexico In a letter to tho nato today reports the arrival of 111 ore Chinamen at Mazatlan The thirty no Chinamen whose arrival at Guaymas was repottod in a previous letter WUhml states huvo left Guaymas for towns In Sonora near tho United States frontier and are walling au opportunity to cross tho border Tho United States wore notified Lev W Myirs United States Consul at Victoria tells how twentytwo China men wore undoubtedly smuggled into tho United States by the steamer North Tho Chinamen wore talcon on board tho vessel about midnight and although tho Cana dian Collector had men wtUehing hei sho slipped out of tho harbor in safety and managed to ettulo pursuit A tug was sent after her Tho price charged for tills work is por head Myers said if this practice is not stopped more cutters must be placed on tho Sound and spies must be employed to aid the Canadian A rUlUS IOOD SUUSTITUTIJ Senator Paddock today reported favor ably from the Committee on Agriculture a Bubstituto for all tho pure food bills which have boon introduced In the Senate Tho provides that there shall bo organised in the Department of Agriculture a food division whoso chief should receive SitOOO per annum niul bo oh urged with the duty uf procur ing and having analyzed samples of food or drugs sold in any other State or Territory than where manufactured Tho Introduction into any State or Territory from another State or Territory of any adulterated food or drugs is prohibited under penalty no and im prisonment Any drug should be cloemad adulterated when it within the wlodco ot tho seller from tho standard trength qtmllty or purity laid down in thoTJnited States pharmacopoeia or other standard works or when its strength or purity falls below the professed standard under which it is sold Food or drink should bo held adulterated when any substance bus been knowingly mixed or packed with It so as to reduce or lower or injuriously olToct its quality or strength or when uny valuable constituent of the article has boon wholly or in part abstracted und If itcoutalns within tho knowledge of the seller any added pois onous or injurious ingredient Persons arc required under penalty to submit for analysis samples of food drink or drug and an olHcialanulysis shall bo made of such ar ticles whenever the same is demanded by any responsible person THE KUUOATION LAW CONSTRUED The Secretary ot tho Interior today transmitted to the Senate an opinion by the AttorneyGeneral construing tho act of Oc tober 2 1SS8 which appropriated tho sum of for investigating the extent to which the arid rogion may bo restored by Ir rigation Tho opinion Is transmitted in re sponso to a resolution by tho Senate In quiring particularly as to tho views of the Interior Department the scope and effect of the following section And all lands which may hereafter bo designated or selected by such surveys for sites of reservoirs ditches or canals for irrigating and all lands hiadfr snsccptiblo of irrigation by ruch ditehes or canals are from this timo henceforth reserved from snlle as proper tj of tho United States and notbe subject after the piissago of this settlement or occupancy iir til fxir provided by AttorneyGenera his con clusions as follows Tlie objocb of tbe act is manifest It was to prevent entry upo and settlement and sale of ail that part an rogion of tho public lands of tho Unite States which could bo improved by a generr system of Irrigation and all lands whic might thereafter be designated selected by the United Suites 0 sui sites for reservol ditches or canals in such system It th purpose of Congress by this act to suspen all rights of entry upon any lands whic would come within the Improving operatlo of the plariM of irrigation to bo reported bj the director of the Geological Survey umle this act Language could hardly bu stronge than are tbo words of the act in oxpressin this Intention Entries should not be per mitted therefore upon any part of the arii regions which might pubsibly como withii the operation of this act The general of this If th If not modified will ho to reserve fron settlement and entry practically tho whol of tht groat arid regions ot the West Th Secretary in his 1 utter sug gestH that if Congress does not fully conou in tho purposes of the law it should take th business in hand at once to so modify i as It may deem the public interests require CIilS VK i i A D S O P POliTUNIT Y Ho Mounts His Mob by for the Work mens Benefit May business men meeting Tor the purpose of protesting ugairis the passage of the McKinloy Tarifl1 bill wa hold In tills city this iiftcrnoon Aloxandc K presided Springer rnarli tlie opening speech confining himself to tin at the bill and its oirect carpuu uul other woolen goods in dusrrics if this city The closing was delivered bj lirockinrldgo Tonight theio was a muss meeting a Textile Hall Thu meeting gotten uj under UIB auspices of the Tar NT lleforn Olub the nl wlilch consist mostlj of worklngmcn In the mills who arc op posed to the proposed of dutj on Imported wools Springer Brcclc Inrldge McAdou and were the prin cipal speakers A resolution was passed de nouncing the iUcKlnloy bill A letter from Cleveland was road in whlcl he says I desire through you to than Lhe Uupnhlican Jlub formerly known a the Workingmons Tar I IT Heform Associa tion for a cunrUous Invitation to attend f mass on tho evening of tho 3rd o June Tho terms In which tho invitation Is expressed convinces mo that tho question 0 tatUT reform is receiving the attention j deserves from those most vitally interested hi tint just and fair solution 1 know that with tho fooling now abroad in our land with tho existence and activity of such clubs as yours tho claim pro niarlo that the people at tho last linaily passed upon subjcc iuijuslmcnt will bo emphatically denied our woiklngcnen and oui farmers will oontlnun to agitato this and al other qiiDsiuins Involving thoir welfare wit inertusing and In the light of IricreaseC knowledge andexperience until they an dutonniiuid linaily and in accordaiKJO will the AmorIran sentimentof fair play 1 uso no kilo form of words when 1 saj that 1 regret that my engagements and pro fassiomil will not permit rne t meet tho members of your club on tho oc casion of thtiir mass mooting Hoping tha who aru enough to partlol will find it to their profit and tha their moetlngln all respects bo a great sue AN1 THUJ ACTORS Ho Ijocturos on Their Duties ivs NEW Yoiuc Jinri ninth an mi a mooting of the Actors Fund of Amerio was held today In Ialmors Theater Ex 5roshlunt Cleveland addressed tho actors ilu said at tho outset If my appearance IKMU today serves no other purpose I hope may say without ollonse to anyone that 1 Illustrates the progress of our time In toler ation and UbiMality uC sentiment I reared and taught hi the sUlctotl school of We all und 1 reason why our mlnlslois should constantly quote Shakespeare from their pulpits and wo bo prohibited from scoing and hearing hi works hetkMInttipiotod on tho stage Wo see loss consistency in prohllilting tho pe rusal of bucks of Motion which sometimes touch wholestino moral vill iiot I trust doom it amiss if in conclusion 1 prusiml a thought which is apt to bo prominent in my mind on 00 oasions like this Considering as I do tho raniitk profession as furnishing favorable conditions for tho development of thought ful men t am not fully satislicd that its members appreciate us soberly as they ought their duty to our country Von must yourselves cinJcss that the tcnd of yuiv icoupatlun is somewhat in tho dirucaimiof dissolution and sopanUlw from famlliui contact with thu ordinary affairs of life loud not only to your being mis understood by of your fellow citixeiis but to a tuSi f the advantage which your tdlghl contribute to the common welfare You are patriollo in sonti but you are too apt to think you perform your full duty when you do your professional work and when you Jeop peace and obey the Jaws Pardon mo If 1 say to you that all those tinners and all votir readily acknowledged ehuritablo un dertakings will nor atone for a iKgkut tn discharge your duty as It Is related to the affairs of your country This Govcrmnont of ours is constructed upon tho theory that every thoughtful Intelligent and honest citizen will directly Interest himself in its operation and this is its hesb ob jects and purposes will not ho acoouipliahed As you honest and wise administration of your Guvurnmont and as your interests and prosperity in common with those of your fellowcitizens aro bound up In tho maintenance of our free institutions do not forgot that theso things can only be secured by conscientious polivl eul thought and careful political THE OREGON ELECTION Tho Democrats liect a Governor and IJQSO the Kcst of tbo Ticket WASHINGTON Juno Mitchell today recolvid a message from Montgom ery a member of the Oregon State Legisla ture endorses the McKiulcy bill and Herman in Congress by ma jority Tho Legislature is Kopublican by two to Chairman Latan of the Republican State Central Committee telegraphs vote for Governor is very close Am in hopes that Thompson will pull June Re publican for Congressman is elected by at least 7000 majorityPennoyer Democrat for Governor will have from 1500 to 2000 majority Tho roimuiider of the State ticket is licpuhlican by majorities ranging from 4000 to 0000 Thn Legislature will stand Democrats S House Democrats 22 BZjAINE AND HTS OUNBOATS Tho London Times on the Bchrmg Sea Policy LONDON Jane that tho order dispatching tho American cruisers to the sea smacks too much of tho First Napoleon in dealing with weak statesmen and if the order is executed British menofwar must follow nan only ima the pressure from tho induced Blalne to withdraw from his apparent do sire for a diplomatic settlement Vo bo lidvo England will a closed season for seals in spa bud such arrangements must bo inter national and can not bo imposed upon the gunboats at tlie biddinc of A lurid Aggregation of Crimes from Every Quarter THE MURDER OF LA BELLE 6ASNOL1 Famous French Detectives on Hi Swindlers Footprints DC feat a WellPlanned Lockwood Keinmlc Decision In LOGANSPOUT Inch Juno San liranclsoo Chronicle Doaii Christie a wellknown young farrnor living near Fletchers lako camo to this city last week and obtained from tbo bank on notes on which aro forged the names o farmers living in his neighborhood Christii then called on an and tool out a policy ol on his liio While th policy was being written up Christie pur elsiisccl a suit oi1 clothes shoes hat oto Go ins home he guvo tlie policy to his n to his About 8 ocloek a neigh bo called and tho two weut swimming in th lake neatby Christie swam out Into dee water before his companion undressed a few moments Christie called to his frlonc on the saying that ho had tho crump and to get a boat near by and come to hi rescue The boat was secured but CluistL had disappeared The lalai was draped for two days anc niyhls in search oi Christie His clothes on the bank were found where he iouk them of and tracks were discovered yesterday of i barefooted man going to Olnistlos housi tiom tho lake A shaped too wbicl marked iisell In tho footprints and whiol tallies with Christies tho fac in tlie minds of tho neighbors thao Christio made liis way homo naked while his friend was tfottintf tlie boat and the nev outfit whicli le tho country Christio Is heavily in debt 1UUS LOCKWOOU ACQUITTED VINELANU N Juno Mrs Cremon Jackson Ltickwood charged with attempt ing to poison lier husband was given a hearing this morning Mrs Loekwood wu the most composed person in the room anc never betrayed the least emotion or irrita bllicy She is on the shady side of 40 is lino looking and was elegantly attired Hei husband occupied a seat near by His sons Arthur and Maurice and soninlaw Ellioti Cogswell all swoio thsil ho came to their and asked them to have his wife arrested as lie was afraid she would kill him Lock woods daughter swore that when her fathei found the powder in his teacup he brough it to her and told hoito have an anaiysi made Doctors Bid well and Adams who made tho analysis swore that the powdei contained enough morphine to kill a person Marshal Creech swore that after arresting Mrs Loekwood ho searched her room anc found a loaded revolver and a dagger un der the pillows oC her bed and a quantity of arsenic In tho pocket of her dress It was also offered in evidence that Mrs Loekwood threatened to shoot her husband tho day before sheis alleged to have put the morphine in his teacup and that re cently her husband prevented her from shooting his ifteunyearold son There is considerable feeling here favorable to Mrs Loekwood Many claim that she is tho vic tim of a conspiracy on tho part of her hus bands children who want to get her out oL the way Mr Loekwood was recalled in tbo after noon for tho purpose of giving addition a testimony against his wife but he declined to say anything prejudicial to Mrs Lock wood and created a sensation and ciurn fouudod the lawyers for tho prosecution by saying that it was his children who advised him to make tho charge against his wife instead of his asking tho to make it The lawyers then virtually throw up the case stating that Loekwood had been induced by some press tiro to change Ills statements made previous to Mrs Look woods arrest The Justice then discharged Mrs Loekwood when her husband ran up to embrace her but she waved him aside and told him that she had enough of him and his family and positively refused to re turn homo with him Loekwood then be came enraged at one of Mrs Lockwoods friends and was about to assault her when au officer ejected him from tho courtroom Mrs Loekwood it is said will immediately return to Virginia liHKNOll DETECTIVES AFTER AN AJUKKTOAN NEW YORK Juno Two distinguished passengers Francois Barbicr and Alphonso Dumoiit noted detectives ofthe Paris secret service have come over from Paris under ictltious names to run down tho of Mario Gagnol a beautiful young woman who was murdered in hoiapartments in Hue Dc Provence several months ago Mario Gagnol was a groat favorite with the young gallants of the French capitol She had a host of admirers but she scorned tho attention of the wealthiest bankers to tako up with a young American oil doubtful reputation who was widely known as le petit American do la belle Tlie latter who is described as a short thickset and dark complected man of some thirty odd years of age strictly avoided com ing In contact with Americans In Paris and Invariably represented himsolas being an Englishman Tho French detectives aro furnished with a full description of tbe mys terious who is supposed to be in hiding In Montana and they accordingly left for Helena yesterday afternoon ANOTHKU ICKMJfLKK DECISION ALO Juno 3 In ohogcneral term Of the Court the decision of Judge Underwood of Auburn in ihe ICoimnler liabcas conms case was affirmed This allows the case to go at once to tho cuut of Appeals Tbe only question is whether Keinmler can bo legally executed by tho warden of Auburn prison A BUEL Foolish YoimgMnn Two Bullets ami Goes Homo June Dispatch Francisco Chronicle before midnight last night tbo Catholic como ory In this city was of a sensa ional duel tho first that had occurred in he dark and bloody grounds for many years Thomas Oxorby a hotblooded Kentuckian d Robert Sanders a dash ing hoosier principals and Miss Emma Zcnome pretty but fickle Inuueite of Induui i tlie The lattei and sveet icartsin Evjinsyillo and were engaged to be married Ou a visit here however Miss euomc gave hoi heut to a hand ome young fellow of this city possessed of lenty of mono And mai ueis f this Sandeii knew nothing until he rrivecl here josteidaj and called on wectheartb appointment As ho aimed t the house be is confronted by Miss enome and Overby going foi an evening troll Taking in tho Sandcjs besran to ipbrakltho joung laxly foi liei fickleness iiiteiview followed CMtby young ladys uheic ipon Saiujeis dem indcd satisfaction on the icld of hohoi the oftises au Invitation of Und the chal engo was accepted The afUii is quietly arranged and at 11 oclock the two prmci ials witlrfchcir seconds uuUvecl at tho St jouisceuietciy The mdoh hhPd a flood of light upon the ceiie niakin the graveyaid as Biiglit as at midday No timo was lost The seconds tossed a coin for position a 32caliber self actlng revolver was placed in the hand of each principal twenty paces were stepped oil tho word given and a blaze of fire flashed from the muzzles of the two pistols Before it could be determijied whether either had been injured four more reports rang out and Sanders fell to the ground He had baeu shot twice One ball entered his beast very near the heart and the other tore a furrow through the muscles of bis arm Ovcrby was untouched Both the latter and the wounded man were imme diately put in carriages and driven away subsequently left for while Sanders is believed to have been taken to his home in Evansville The young lady takes tho matter coolly SAVED BY A BOY Mike Haley Frustrates aa Attempt to Wreck a IT P Train OXAHA June heroism of a boy Miko Haley a wreck of tlie Union Pacific Flyer between hero and SoJh at a place called Summit saw two men unlock a switch ancl tjru if He ran Sjith Omuha and Th3 ciainmtn us the train which of twelve was pnlliiijr out There was an unusually large niiu3vjrrf pissOTigrs on boird and had not the plot bean diiscvered tae loss of life brcn grsat ADMINISTRATIOX OF JUSTICE BY A COWBOY COUI1T Why a Montana Sten berff Acquitted of air Attempt to Blow Up Her Husband BUTTB to TRIB In the today Mrs Oscar Stonberg was found not guilty of blowing up her husband in October last with giant powder After clewing the testi mony the defense asked that the Court de cide Mrs Stcuborg not guilty as there was no evidence to connect her with tho crime charged in the indictment The prosecution did not resist this motion and Judge McHatton the jury to acquit The jury without rothing selected W C Orton as foreman and returtvjd a ver dict in accordance with tho instructions of the Court Mrs Stonberg was then dis charged and her bondsmen released Swltzor the alleged paramour is now on trial The proscrution believe that they have a clear caso against this individual and that ho put up tho job to got rid of the oldman which was a diabolical one A Ftiok ot giant placed under Sbenbergs pillow with a and well time It went off too but force of the shot went downward and the victim only sustained a severe shocl Smltzers trial will probably tofinished to morrow OPPOSED W P Pixloy suicided this morning at hi home on Lower Main street His wife nv aged Ifi are thboererkers at tho CemiquB Theater They earns home in early hour this morning and fennel Mr Pixlcy Intoxicated a guivrtfhis bippbcket aiul using tlireatening language Tbeytook refuge at a neighbors house where they slept till noon today Avhen they again sought their borne and were horrified to find their husband and fathers dead body on tho floor with a bullet through the left temple Pixley returned hero yesterday from Po catollo Idaho where he has been working two months past for a railroad company He wanted his wife and daughter to aban don their present avocation and go with him Their refusal it is thought wasthe incentive of tbo rash act A COWBOY COURT OnEYBKNio June to two hundred cow boys are at Wend over ninety railes north of this place receiving Texas cattle for trailing to Montana They form a com munity of themselves and in absence of officers of tho have established a court One of tbe cowboys stole a saddle this afternoon and being detectedAvasgiven twenty lashes on the bare back with a horsewhipand then paddled with a slab AtL BREAKERS ITOTLTSW SPOKANE June to TRIB attempt at jailbreaking from the county Jailwas lorninafaty discovered by Jailer Spimglo last night as was mak ing the roumlsot the jnll iar the ngiit He noticed a streak of light through steel bar which acts as a to look Che calls in tbo upper tier of the jail Upon in hs found a paper pasted over the bar which npm boing removed dis closed the fast the been tbrouqh This all the pris fifteen in number wure able to get into the corvldov They tbon planned to call thf jailor in on pretext ind at a favorable moment jrcuno him Insansible or perhaps kill blnr the keys to the door leading from the corri dor when theywould be A similar attempt made two months ago and piovert successful eighteen pris oners making their escape But for the vifiilauco of Jailor Spanglo this attempt might have proved successful knife worked into a saw was proved to be the instrument used in sawing through the twoinch bar NEGROES DISFRANCHISED Sensational Reports on a Soutli Car olina Election Case WASHINGTON June majority re port in the case of Miller vs Elliott from he Seventh South Carolina district was iubmittcd to the House Oommitteo ions fcoyday The report is somewhat sen sational in thatit declares that the entire South Carolina registration and election aws are unconstitutional The basis for this declaration is that the State law imposes a number of restrictions upon the of the of suffrage which are in conflict with lie State Constitution The report also that a number of nagrocs haveteen compelled by poverty while awaitingtlie maturity of Mi civ cotton crops to negotiate their registration traders who immediately sent them to political eadquarters with tbe result that the negroes arc permanently disfranchised Tlie report recitesthe fact jrecincts the ballot boxes were separatorin Jieciiso of each otrlcc and that thevoters wore deceived intentional shifting of the so th it the judges of clef tion 01 e able to ovit all of tbe ballots tin tne long boxes ilo says the leport evidence of ballotbox stuthng Summing up It is louiul 1 iking i po ition most fdvoiable to hn sitting i icrnboi tho contestant Miller iad a majout of 7W ubile if the law is tnctly followed his majonty will reach iH Wilson Mo will prepare the minority The Ctieyenne Sltops W o Tune 3 to xn East a local builder is been iwuided tue contract to erect this addition to the new Union Pacific hops HJS bid vt ub which is ec equipments lnst EJectiic Road v DENVER June miles of electric trdetrailroad was put in successful iou today by the Tramway Com wny It is througb the business part of the Ity aiuWs the fiisttelectric roudy In operii iou in Denver HE THIRD DAY AT DENVER good Races Witnessed Through Clouds of Bust UNGL GIVES AH EXHIBITION TROT She Joffs a Kile in Rio Kcj in Prime English Derby Games DENVER Colo Juno Special to xE The third regular day of tho Overland Park Clubs spring meeting wa much better attended than yesterday The weather pltasunt until v near the fiuish of Uiu sport when a most disagreeable wiiidstuini came up and blew the djt in that all pleasure was at un The la it h sat of tbe pacin race WHS paced in a elcud of dust The bottiji mosc lively The Stirling up the loonl prerS gave the jockeys and driver bad a good eVeet and tbo was more satisfactory to nil First race merchants stakes runninc sweepstakes for ill ages nurse ST00 distance one mile and a half Starters Justice Ollio Ollio Ben jamin Qrst Justice second Time Second race runuing purse to second hoise for all ages distance si furlongs heats M Bowling Louisa BJhy Duncan Jeff Hani The Prt beat was won by Billy Duncan second Time M Bowling and Toil Harrington were distanced Louisa M won the second heat in a walk Billy Duncan second Third race running selling race purse S200 for ail ages distance one mile and onesixteenth Staittrs Kismet Dan Meek Judge Brady B Receiver After a very hot contest Kismet the favorite was illfit B T second Fourth rnco trotiing purse class Staiters Magnet Marquis George Summary Marquis 1131 George Mosior 2 313 Magnet 3322 first heat second third fourth Fifth race pacing pjrse Si300 class Starters Flossie Keed C W Uncle Jjick Blonde George Gould Summary Uncle Jack 111 Flossie Weed 224 0 W aiJ2 George Gould 443 Time First heat second heat third heat ET KTO RIGHT CHICAGO June 3 JTKIBUNB Dispatch Sari Francisco Chronicle Tbe Times s Nashville correspondent says Winterss horses left tonight for St Louis via Evansville They ardve in St Louis Tuesday morning El Rio Key marked a mile Saturday and Wednesday ho went a mile and a quarter in Whnois offered his stable to Johnson at but Johnson didnt accept tbe offer which was made with El Kio Key and Florence left out The latter has been bred to Great Tom Winters thinks El Rio Rey will start in tho American Derby All the horses are well and some of thorn are lit to run for a mans life r AT LATONIA LATONIA Juno Associated Three yojirokls and upward Mamie Fonso won Silvor King second Silver Lake third Time Tluecyeaiolcls and upward mile and seventy yards Clamor won Robin second Crtiwfisn third Timo Threeyearolds und npwarcl mile and an eighth Tenacity won Bonita second Heyday third Timo stakes threeyearold fllhes mile and English Lndv won Julia Magee sec ond Daisy F third Time Maideti and a half furlongs Bnunblebush won Tom Rogers second Miss Hawkins third Time AT JloKinS PAllK Jtfonms PAUK llalf won Lima second Nellio Bly third Time Mile tnul three Tristan won Prather second Sir Dixon third Time Van Ness stakes live furlomrs Retribution geldsng won Kirkover second Chatham third Time Fourteen hundred Sinola won Gloaming second Biblelot third Time Brother Ban won Prince Royal seoond Bella B third Tame EXHIBITION TROT HAUTK June 3 was open ing of the Spring trotting meeting Four thou sand were present weather fine track pood Sunol the queen of tho threeyearolds gave nn exhibition trot The first heal was in Fred Arthur the fastest sou of Belmont also gave an exhibition in 2 15W Tho next aUniction was the trot Nutmeg won Nettie second Frank B third Best time Jos Eastman won Wayuland second Kittie B third Best time won Soc second Ivalusa third Kelly S fourth Best time ENGLISH BERBT STARTERS LONDON June Tlie following are the prob able starters in the Derby tomorrow together with tho jockeys and the latest betting Sure foot 2 to 1 on Sainfoin 9 to 2 against Le Nord F 12 tol liatti boal 40 Maitagon J 10 to l Golden Gate 40 to 1 Odd Fel low 40 to 1 Jvirkham F 100 to L Or well G 100 to 1 The Players Brotherhood CHICAGO June Tho local Brotherhood lenm easily defeated Cleveland today owing to the inability of the la tier to successfully judge Kings delivery Attendance 1100 Cbiciigo 00001 304 Cleveland 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 Chicago Y Cleveland 4 Chi 1 Cleveland 1 King and Boyle OBrien and Suyder Barnum and Gaffney PHILADELPHIA Juno The local Brotherhood cub lost the game this afternoon by poor piny ing at critical times Attendance 1100 12 0 1000 105 Brooklyn 2 0 40 00 0 0 6 7 Brooklyn 9 Plniadttlphia Brooklyn 5 Husted Buflington and Murphy and Daily Umpires Knight arid Jones jiuirAiw Brotherhood game was lost through bad jlclding part of the home team 0 0 1 0 0 00 040 7 Piftsburg 9 3 and Mack audllol berc AT SEW YbttK iOBK Tune lost the Brother hood ime to da to Boston on account of his Attendance 1000 York 0000023005 Botoii 5 0 0 0 0 2 7 0 York 9 Boston 15 York S Boston 2 and BroVn RadLourne and KeJy ning and Matthews The National League x June 3 Chicago League club by batting m th last tno innings the game aw aj from Pittsbirrg to Attendance 300 1011300 lj 00012003 9 Chicago 13 burg 3 Chicago 12 indBprger Coughunand Kittredge JIcDermott XT KEW YOEK NEW YORK June 3 Brooklyn League team to day batted Burkett and Murphy W their content Attendance 500 York aew YOIK ow 3 x j s 0 8 New York S Brooklyn 3 Burkott Murphy and Somniers Lovetl and um piro McQuado AT irmne this afternoon was a pnchir batilo and the visitors won At tonuunco lOJO OOOC03002 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 2 L 1 J ais worth XiinnKr and baUlwiu AT won by corhni four runs in iht and on the errors of Boston At Ulidanco 01 1 0 0 4 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 1 1 17 Boston S Hoston 7 and lion intt GKuon and Cloineuts Powers and Zucharias The American Association SYRACUSE Athletics 6 j Rochester COLUJIIJUS 6 5 i Si 2 Aii International NEW Yon K Juno Sar Franciseo arc prospects of m intennitional bvi ing arrangcd between Frank P Shivin of Australia i nd Joe MeAulitlV Tho follow ing cubic was received at the 1Otis ollice yesterday in regard 10 proposed match Slavin nt the onioc agreed to MeAuliflo in the Pelican Club for tho Gazette bolt and championship and would allow McAuliffe for Billy ftltiddon said that he would accept the challenge and cabled to London that McAulilVo would fight for an purse and as soon as they received for expenses they would leave for England and make tho THE CASUALTY RECORD REBliLATil BREWERS The Senate Wades Into tlie Subject of Liquor Bottling TWO SILVER SPEECHES DELIVERED Senator Farwell Favors the Unlim imitcil Use of Silver Wants SxibTreasuries The Congressional Proceedings An Iowa Institution Destroyed A Terriilc Powder Explosion COUNCIL BLUFFS Iowa Juno 3 The Glen wood special says One ol the most disastrous storms that ever visited this section struck Glen wood early this morning The State Institution for the Fooblc Minded was blown clown The roof of tnc building was crushed by the falling of smokestack which tore its way through ths buiHing Two inmates vrere killed crushed almost to a pulp nmavtjs were severely Jn jared of whom one r two may die The new building in of construction with stood the stcrm Several other buildings were wrecked A UEllttlVlO EXlTjOSlON Ohio June This after noon durirA a heavy storm the lightning struck Tracy powderncuse lo a east of the oify The house ccntaiiKd ovov pounds of pcvdor which exploded causing a tremendous re port HunJjeds of windows in tbe city were broken China and glassware wore knocked from shelves and were thrown from their ieut Many buJdiups in the vicinity werebadly wricked Two frame dwellingbosses on the opposite side of the street from the maga zine wore leveled to the ground One of the houses was vacant and the other was occupied by Henry Roost wifo and two children The sixmonthsold babo was instantly killed and the mother uid other child are thought to be fatally injured Nothing of the powderhouse The wieck was scattered in all directions some some being found a quarter of a mile distant A a OWN SWEPT AWAY June 4 a It is just reported thit Bradsbiiw a hamlet of some iiOO inhabitants about fifty miles west of was swept away late to night by a Six persons are re ported killed und twentyfive or more injured The telegraph wires aro down and no further particulars can be learned SPARKS FROM THE WHftES A syndicate 1ms been formed for the pur chase of the H A stock owned by Uie city of Baltimore und the John Hopkins University The board of visitors at tho Annapolis Naval cademy were jivon an cxbibitrcmoi gyeat gun practice and seamanship by tho cadets 011 board the Iowa farmers rejoice over a reduction of four cunts per pound in binding twinos The Congressional Campaign Com miUee was organized by MHJ election of Repre sentative Belden of Now York as cbairmau The Bennington Launched OHESTJSK June The United States gunboat Bonniugton was launched at Roachs shipyard at noon In tbe presence a large company She is the twin com panion of tbe launched a few months ago Her dimensions are Length 230 feet extreme breadth 26 feco displace ment 1700 tons two tripleexpansion en gines developing 3300 horse power with forced draught armament six sixinch breechloading rifles and a secondary battery of eight rapidfiring guns and re volving cannon on rail and tripod mounts also eight torpedo guns and a complete outfit The AllegedTalleyrand Memoirs PARIS June Tho Duko De Brogly has pubMsbcd a letter he says tho les recently published purporting to be ox racts from the memoirs of Talleyrand are not genuine No one but a few intimate irieuds who would not divulge the contents aave ever seen the manuscript The alleged extracts were supplied by an exsecretary of Talleyrand He imitated the handwriting and drew upon his imagination for tbe facts Congressional Nominations TSBURGH June Hon Thomas M Payne Congressman from the Twenty bird district refused renominsition todiy Colonel William A Stone exUnited States District Attorney nominated In the Twentysecond district John Dahell was renominatcd The Emperors Broth eriitLaw III The Prince of Saxc Moiningen brotherinlaw of tbe Emperor who is visiting at Goblens was taken sud denly ill at his hotel at that The attack is attributed tp injuries received by the upsetting of the carriage In which be was riding recently He the Gatlmg Gnn IKCINXATI June Alfred T Perrsne died VQ the hospital last night of typhoid uneuihonia in practically destitute circum taiices He was tho inventor o tbe Gatling uu for which he Is said received He was ovs it in speculation j woitli but Father Sberraaii All telegraph message ume to this city lasfc night from oaymg Wheie is Father Isjae dead Father Saeiman a son of General Sherman is not He is at Woodstock tbe Tesuit home studying Jnd irx the best of Determined to Kill the Czar Sx PETERSJiUEG June 3 has come to ue knofvleige of tbe police thdC Nihilists in Vance aie engaged1 in a Iresb conspiracy Against the life of the Car Tbe French police nave been placed on tho tiack of the conaplrators The DuJce of Orleans Pardoned PABIS June 3 Carnot hts granted a pardon to the Duke of Orleans wlio was seat to pnsorJ m Febru try last for violating tbe decree of exile issued members of his family Their Absence Desired SoriA June of ttie persons ac quitted of complicity in tbo recent Palntea rial with tbe exception of Matheff have June tho ig the memorials presented and referred 1 wore resolutions from the Louisiana Legis lature extending thanks to Congivss and the President for relief afforded sufferers from the recent floods The Senate bill for preventing tho adul teration of food drugs was reported and placed on the calendar Tho resolution olVcrod yesterday by Ed munds for tho investigation by tho Com mittees on Fisheries inu tho charge of mis management of the Fish Commissioners of itue wus taken up and after discussion laid Tho Committee on Education and Labor reported ihe Senato bill to provide for ob ligatory aUendaneo at school of children in Alaska and tho bill without rccom mcndalion to ortcanixo bureaus of informa tion in relation employment occupation and mouns of livelihood Placed on the calendar Tbo Silver bill was taken up and Pugh addressed the Senate His speech was j largely devoted to a criticism of tho tarifl At tno conclusion of Lnghs speech tho Silver bill wts temporarily laid aside and the following Seniuc bills taken from the calendar and passed To amend a section of tbo Revised Statutes so as to make it read Any pnrson who fermented liquors 1roiinnv hogsliciul find Icog or othar vessel iijwn tho prouor stniiip luis noc bein nilixed 1or tho purpose of bottling tho or who on the business of bouiiug in iny brewery or other phvco in fermented is made or upon auy nremises having oomKction with i brewery or warehouse will ho liable to n of SftJO and Uio property usod in such bottling or business shall bo liable to providing however that this section shall not bw construed to prevent the withdrawal and of leriiKiited litjiiors from any vats in anv brcivow by way of pipe line 01other con duit to another lnMdiiir or plnce for the sojo purpose of bottling the same such pipo or con duit to be constructed uid oporated under sucli rules iiul regithitjons as shall be prescribed by tho Commissioner of Internal Revenue subject to thii approval or the of tho Treasury and till locks and seais prescribed shall be pro vided by tlie Commissioner ol1 Internal Revonno the expense of the United States Provided further that tho tax imposed in Section 5339 Revised Statutes be paid on ill fermented liquor removed from tho brewery to the bottling house by means ot pipe or conduit at the rimo of by cancellation and defacement collector of the district of the number qf stamps denoting the tax or the fermented liquors thus moved The stumps thus cancelled and defaced sliull be disposed of and accounted for in the manmr directed by the Commissioner of Internal Revenue with tlie approval of tho SifcroUry of thu Treasury and any violation of therules and regulations heroitter prescribed by the Commissioner of Jnteinal Revenue with the approval of tho of Treasury in pursuance of these povisions shall bo snbjeet to the penalties above provided by Hns sect ion Every owner agent or superin tendent of any brewery or bottling house who removes ur connives the removal of any fer moiHod liquors through a pipe lino or conduit without paymentof the tax thereon or who at tompis defraud the revenue as all the made by ami for him und nil the and apparatus used in the mak ing of the To provide for tho exportationof fer mented liquor in bcud without payment of the international revenue tax This bill provides that from after January 1801 fermented liquor may be removed from the place of manufacture or storage for export to a foreign couiitry withon the payment of a tax in such packages and tinder such regulations and upon giving such notices and other security as tbo Commissioner of Internal Revenue with tho approval of the Secretary of tho Treasury may from timo to time prescribe and no drawback of tax shall be allowed on fer mented liquor exported on and after Janu ary 1 1801 unless entered for exportation prior to such date The Silver bill wns again taken up and Farwell addressed tlie Senate Be declared himself in full accord with the purposes oC the bill but said that lie was in favor of going still further Ho would use for money all silver offered and not a stipulated sum as provided for in thebill and ho would coinit at its market value If the price of silver should advance to a par with gold as tbo the bill claimed it would then free ccinage would come as a matter of course What objection could there bft he asked to putting into the silver dollar 100 cents worth ot silver Two other things were necessary The National bank system should be preserved and the Sub Treasury system abolished Wlwrj theso measures were adopted the people could get all the money thsy needed Tho issuing by the Government under the pending bill of Treasury notes with silver bullion behind them as security furnished a circulation that was absolutely safe and could notbe and would still supply tho monthly retirement of National bank cur rency Tho National bsnksystem should no per petuated by sabstituting thaa United States bjnds to secure circulation Tho people would then utilize all tho best bonds of the country and would procure suJi circulation as the bus ness of the coun try demanded Tbe Treasury notes to bo issued under the bill yvpuld add largely to the circulating He did not think that it was within the province of Congress to determine the amount of circulating medium but some law like the National Banking law showed a means by which people could determine that matter for themselves Hisi object in favoring the of theu SubTreasury was to have all the money ot the people in tbe channels of was before the passage of tlie Independent Treasury act in 1840 The money tbe SubTreasuries would be deposited In the National banks with adequate security for the whole amount deposited Another reason for ibz change was that It would be handledby tho National withoutany cost to tbe Government and the saving thus effected would be in several hundred thousand dollars perPannmn He didnt favor a repeal of the Independent treasury the purpose of benefiting the banks At the close of Farwells speech bill was laid aside and theFortifications bill taken up An amendment to v th4 appropriation for rifledaCacoast tars from to was agreed Without further action on the bill the Sen Vi ate adjourned House WASHINGTON June W8A parsed changing tbe Uncorapabgre Utes The ceeded to consideration of contested election case of pin Ccrastock opened argument in lavor of tho contestant contestee Pendingfurthar Honse adjourned x   

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