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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - June 11, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                In tho City Combined VOL 215 A RATTLING OF DRY BONES Senator Teller listened To IVitli OpenMouthed Amazement A VERY LIVELY SILVER SPEECH EvartH Will Make a Great Speech in Favor oiSilvcrTho Fourth or July Indian ContingentsProposed Din position or Escheated Mormon Property LAKH TRITJUXB BOTIKAU 1 517 Fourteenth Struct sniNOTOx IX Juno Senator Tellers speech on the silver ques tion in the Seriate afternoon was tho 11 vollest effort of the dc5bato so far Ho paid his respects to Senator Sherman and tho othorericrnlOHofHllvorln a vory vigorous manner and some of tho Senatora listened with openmouthed at tho Sena torB words Ho was forcible when ho declared that had tho people of Colorado had any Idea of fcho rnannor In which tho loaderHof tho Kopublloan party would ro doom their platform pledges on tho silver cniOHtlon tlio Republican majority in the Oorito inlal Htato attho last election would not Irivo been ao largo as false some of thi statements made by Senator tihorrnan in his a few Teller road of fclio Treasury Dopartmonfc con troverting Shermans assertion that the Increase of circulation in this country had boon In proportion to tho hi popu lation figures showed that this was not fcrtift Teller ulfifl denied tho asser tion of the Roktbujcs that tho silver men meant cheap money He said tills was pure and lie declared that fcho silver men wanted an honest dollar and not a cheap dollar and any assertions to the con trary woro false Altogether Senator Toller made some of the drybonus In the Senate rattle in a vory Ihey manner ClTho adopMon by tho Senate of Senator Joness motion that after 3 oclock on Fri day tho dobaU uluill be llmkod tn five mlmitoj by any Senator on any question la the result of the agitation referred to yos and gives ISHUranco that thu long speeches which begun on the 12th of May will coaso on sbill quite probajlo thai thero may bo agood deal of debato on thomany amendments undor the ilvernlmito rule and it is riot by any that the matter will bo Frldny Senator Bnstbrof Louisiana will In favr offree cbhingo tomorrow ancl Sena tor Evurtrt will spoalc on Evarts IB oxnboloU tonialfo ono of tho most notrlblospeeches of hlH Hto on this occasion He is an able art v oca to of silver will have groat with the East da Senator i Tim INDIAN TAUAUS InfltrMOtlMna havo boon mailed from the Indian to fclio Indian agent at Ulntah rospectluR tho 100 Utes who are to bo sent to Salt Lake to participate in tho Fourth of luly procession Jnstruotious In tho inab have also been forwarded to Governor Thonnaa TT1E TAHlffK IMIOOUKSS WASHINGTON Juno Republicans of Senate Finance Oomniltteo this morn ing further considered tho Tariff bill Tbe wool and silk schedules wore examined Some of thorn woro agreed to DISPOSITION OK CHLKClt PUOIM5HTY Senator Edmunds Introduced a blil in the Senxto providing that funds or other property lately belongingto or In posses HIP or claimed by tho corporation ofthe of Jesus Christ of fjiiMerday Saints shall bo devoted to tlio benotit of the publlo soaools in Utah tho money to be disposed of by tho Sotrotary of tho Interior in such manner as shall seem to him most oxpWroit Tho Supremo Court oC Utah Is invested with authority to make all tho and proper orders and decrees for the purpose After tho United States Supremo Court rendered a clowoo annulling tho charter and oaoboaUuff to the United States thy property of tho Mormon Church it withhold tho decree la the case through a desireto ilud tha host mothod of disposing of thooou flsontod property or lluding private owners to whom It might bo rovmtod Tho object of hill ia to declare by Congressional enactment to what use the money and property may bo devoted and relievo tho court of its ombarrussmont NAVAt VESSELS Bids for over worth of new naval vessels wore opened at tho Navy Department at noon Tho vessels bid for woro of thveo typos Thoro was cousider oxultemont about tho contest between tbo rival shipbuilders Tho largest of the throe vessels I fswfc tlto largest vessel over designed for tho United States navy is known ottioially as armored cruiser No 2 an SJOOton vessel Sho belongs to tho class of swift oruisors and is very close to abattle ship in that sho is provided witha moder ately heavy armor belt bnsiclos a protective deck to bo about four inchos thick and tlio curved protective dock inohos thick Sho will bo armed with six 8lnch and twelve 4lnch broochloading rifles develop ll00 Indicated horse power and a spood of 20 knots Tho dimensions are Longth USD foot extreme breadth 54 foot 2 Inches depth ot hold 41 foot 3 Inchos Tho other large vessel designated 4l crui ser No to havo a displacement of 5500 tons has no armor but Is provided with a protective clock 4 inchos thick Her main will consist of two Slnoh and ton breechloader rifles Sho is to make twenty knots an hour with horse power Dimensions Longth a30 foot extreme breadth 53 foot depth 33 foot Tho third vessel is a practice cruiser of SOO tons u miniature manofwar for train ing cadets atthe naval academy It is gen erally expectedthat tho builderwho is awarded the contract for this vessel will lose money Thoro is just as much mater ial to go in her as In some of the larger cruisers Tho appropriation limits for the throe vessels are Armored cruiser protected cruiser practice Tho bids for armored cruiser No 2 wore first considered as follows for tho vessel to the plans prepared by tne Navy Department Union Iron Works San Francisco William Orump Som Philadelphia Iron and Locoraotlvo Works San Tho Union Iron Works and lso submitted the vessel According plans and was Tho bids XpryprotoptlYO cruiser No 6 iext There were from theUnion Iron works of iThey proposed to construct rthe veiisol cording to the Departments plans and spec ifications for according to their own plans and specifications for Two bids only were received for the prac tice vessel as follows T W Wheeler West BayCItv Samuel L N These woro both In accordance with tho De partments pinna There will bo no awards for several weeks AMKRJCAX WlIUMInS AT PAIIIS Secretary Blulue today transmitted to Congress tho ofliclal report of General Franklin United States Commissioner Gen oral to tho Paris Expos tion General Frank lin says the United Slates section received high praise from the President of tho French Uepubllc andtho Ministers who visited tho Exposition ofllclaUy and from tho jurors Tbo general appreciation of it Is shown by tbo largo list of prizes a large proportion of which woro high ones T French authorities havo boon very generous and tho greater number of decorations pre sented United States citizens than any other nation is an evidence notorily of the kindly fooling towiird tho United States but of tho high appreciation of the French Govern ment of tho exhibit of tbo United States ADDITIONAL APlKOritlATIONS ASKED The Secretary of tho Treasury today sent Congress a supplemental estimate to be in sorted in the legislative executive and 1u dfclal appropriations bill asking an appro prlatlon of for sixtynine additional clerks copyists messengers in the General Land Office and for rent of addi tional room for tho land offlco COVflKMATIONS Frank J Partridge Vermont Examiner of Claims Stuto Dopartrnout Bobert S Gardner West Virginia Indian Inspector W H Uyars SurveyorGeneral of Orwcon Charles P Ilapgoocl Register of the Land Offlco MiiryHviJlo CaL Thomas Smith Postmaster WILt OBT A MOVE OK TITKM The Somite Finance Committee will take up the Mouse silver bill tomorrow morning and the expectation Ia that it will bo re ported to tbo Senate in tho afternoon FUNDS JCOR MONTANA SURVKYS Tho Speaker today laid before tho House a communication from tho Secretary of tho Interior submitting an estimate for an In crease of In the appropriation for tho survey of public lands for tho fiscal year 1800 to bo applied to tbo expenses of sur voys of public land In Montani A SIHINOER KIISODE This aftonoon a private bill was pending boforo tlio Ilonso for tho rolloC of Hyluncl 0 Kirk and others which bad been vigorously opposed by Springer of Illinois Tho Eepro ttontutlvo had occasion to pass out of tlio ball and at tho doorway was confronted by Kirk who demanded to bo informed why he opposed tbo bill Springer replied that ho oppOHod tlio bill bocauso ho believed it to bo aiimyiopor moasuro Kirk retorted In an Insinuating manner that ho know the roal reason of tho opposition He rofnsocl to say what It Springer bocaino in dlgimnt and told Kirk that If ho Insinuated any Improper motives ho would havo him brought boforo tho bar of the House for contempt Kirk subsided and Springer re turned to tho House arid helped to defeat thoblll A PKNS1ON AOUEBMICNT Tho protracted between tbe Senate and Houso respecting tha differences arising from tho conlllctlng amendments to tho Morrlll Pension bill were broughtto a successfulconclusion today TheSenate rocedoB from Inslstanoo upon the dopondont featuro and tho Houso agrees to drop the service pension provision leaving tho bill a disability pension bill A HYDROPHOBIA VICTIM The Horrible Death of a BeUevue NEW YORK Juno Sau Francisco Chronicle six hours Edmund Corrlvoau lay In his Isolated coll Hospital yesterday snap plngaucl snarling and going through all the terrible paroxysms of hydrophobia At noon no ono dared go near him and at oclock in the afternoon ho died from sheer exhaustion Tbo physicians watched him throughout and atone time it was thought best to send six guards into tho coll to hold tho violent man down None dared to go For tho lust bait hour of Ills lifo snapping and barking was incessant but not Joud Ho had boon in tho hospital just fourteen hours Late Sunday evening two men alighted from tbo Grand Central depot Ouo seemed alarmoclancl looked about him in a way Tho other and older of tho calmed his companion who was respect ably if dressed The flFst monMonorl man was Edmund Corrlvoau j2 yoavs of ago and tho other was Dr TJnuchor bis physician Tho pair went di rectly tho Bollevuo Hospital where the llrstmoiitloned man was admitted as a pa tient suffering from hydrophobia Corrlvoau was bitten some Com1 weeks ago by a blackandtan terrier The dog was Instantly killed and tho wound cauterized Simple remedies woro also applied in tho shape of washes and lotions No one not OVUM Gorrlveau himself suspected any symp toms ofmadness in tho dog aud ho pursued his as usual i Last Thursday Corrlveau noticed a slight pricking at his wrist thoplace where he hud boou bitten Even this did not arouse any fear ot the droad hydrophobia that already was oourshig through his veins This pricking lusted a day aud thenpassed away On Friday having boon hard at work in the Holds attempted to drink a glass of milk Although it was a favorite bovorugo of his It filled him with repulsion lib ooulcl not try as ho would swallow It Tho pricking sensation returned dlfll culty in swallowing increased Thoroughly soared Corrlveau summoned Dr Boucher Corrlvoan at this time shuddered if water was poured In his presence and every symp tom of hydrophobia was woll developed SJfAr Dr Bouchers suggestion tho trip to Now York was undertaken in order to ob tain tho advice of Dr Paul Gibire tbo head of tho Pastour Institute hero Oorriveau had grown so much worso that Immediately on his arrival ho was taken to Bellovuo Drugs wcro administered to Corrivoan In large1 enough morphine having boon given him to kill half a dozen men and ho groaned and cried in tho moist heartrend ing manner Ho was unable to sleep Sunday night The disease was marching slowly along only awaiting tho extreme moment to take possession of body and soul lirst making a raving maniac only to case his tortures by death Observed tho Queens Birthday NEW YORK June to the Associated Press from tho United States Squadron of Evolution dated Gibraltar May 24th givo n detailedaccount of dressing firingsalutes and other honors to Queen Victorias birthday a parade and review of British troops on shore etc The squadron was expected to leave on thefollowingMonday stopping en route at Madeira and St Vincent The health of tho squadron is good A NeverrEndinjc Case SAN FRANCISCO Juno The Supreme Court of California today rendered a de cision reversing the judgment of the lower court and counsel feos to Sharon in case tract of marriage ou wlilch she based her olaimsj was declared lTnItod States Circuit Court in and there fore Inson prosldent of tho Mbxlcainipblon tlon Society a denial to anyy cornieotipn of cornpany the filibustering i Ju h e il England today SALT LAKE CITY THE MOST EXTENSIVE In tfcue Motui 11 PRICE PIVJBS EYRAUD PRAYS FOR DEATH The Fumons Pariji Murderer Pre sents a Pitiable Spectacle EXPRESS TRAINWRECKED AMD ROBBED The Trainmen Placed on a Log and Shot Golden Gate Club in Brutal Criminal Record HAVANA June Dispatch FranciKco Chronicle Seneca arrived thismorning having on board the French inspectors who are after ami Saudols Eyraud is acellabsolutely bare of furniture and sleeps ou a stone floor Five soldiers In a semicircle peer in the door way every The detectives are not allowed to see himand Eyraud does not know that here The Spanish authorities are fearful that ho will dash his brains out if lie iluds that tho detectives are here lie will behuntied to them at tho last iiiorocnt and put on the French steamer These is but one Galllorde and Sandois willuover get Eyraud to Paris alive It Is regnrdod as certain that he will fling the boat or refuse food Tho detectives are clover and de termined They will rnatiacle him in his stateroom one watching him always If food is refusedby him artlUcial nourish ment will bo supplied Eyraud Is a painful spectacle Caged like a wlkl animal despair is in his eyes and written on hlsfiicp Ho Isllke ahunted boast and he Is very pale from loss of blood He hates journalists and took mo for a de tective fromNew York on Another case The soldiers and prison stood back wlllle we talked Evidently he had no idea of tho arrival of tho detectives He said the French Consul would do nothing for him Ho supposed his case would come up before tho Spanish authorities He said the loss of blood had done him good I asked hi in if he was able to put Gouges body in the trunk alone Ho re plied Yes and I could have put yours in Unshaven and brutal looking he is a pitiful object express art opinion of Gabrielle Bom yard except to say that he did not believe all he hoard about her Ho said whether he bad been arrested In Now Yoik difference tohim From his believe he will become desperate to go to Franco and the be the scene of a horrible struggle ThedeteCtives are grave but determined They are sur prised tollnd the existing state but are certain that they Eyraud safe In Pads JEALOUSY CITY F Knighfc Deputy Sheriff county and fatally night about eight roil ossouth1 pf u6re while returning horhfc Forces the1 crime and later made He said Knight was to Miss Force and had ingthat Knight the ho for his rival and shot him COONS ENJOY PiTTSBuno A tough colored clubheld a picnic at Castle Shannon Shooting and cutting was the order of the day grounds and on tbe train was killed a girl shot in many others luirii On arrival they were arrested wholesale A TllAIN WRECKErxAND ROBBSD TEXARICANA west bound Cotton Belt train which loff hereat midnight last night track at a spur switch two milesfrom town An unknown r man stealing a the baggage Instantly killed and the passengers and trainmen badly shaken up The bad scarcely recovered from the sohock and Winchesters wotro rammed in their facos 9 and they were ordered tolead the van in a march to the The robbers had turned tho switch and caused the wreck They enterdd tho and after a short resistance Messenger Nes bltt went through the safe socurfng it Is claimed less than After they had gone through this car the robbers marched the engineer fireman andmessenger abotit 100 yards from tho track seated themon a log and told them to stay there their eyes shut for When had gone adistanceof about fifty turnedandfired a h leU hand ana an other bullot pierced bis llie robbers then It required but a1 short time the ofncors are now in pursuit of the bandits One party hasboon arrested but is i Yesterclay vfrom the thu Southern Express office andsent It is thought the money was going south excitement prevails the Within several rob beries were perpetrated within a radius of 100 miles of hero The are ex asperated and parties are onehalf of tobeisstied at once The company will duct a general financial Jbnsiness Among the American directorsare Wharton Barker president Wilbur of the Lehtgh Valley Railroad vicepresident King of the Baltimore and Ohio George D B the Reading Baiiroad JolinH the Locomotive Works ind others There willbo European Xv i Europes Peace Secure LONDON June today contains a report of an Interview with Bis marck Nobody he said nvas moreearnest for peace than Emperor was bent upon international reforms and had no aggression Hewas asked whether it was tho French grievances by a restoration of their provinces tiedeclared a restoration utterly and that if to time to their resentment The relations with said were equally she certainly would not attack Germany The Czar is to conquest and dislikes physicalexercise a point that is not without Importance to tho peace of Europe This triple alliance Bismarck was certain would endure Only the most unforeseen accident disturb European peace He thought it impossible that England and Germany If they did quarrel It might leadto a continental con eveii if England abstainedfrom fight i ing This however was a wildly Improbable contingency TELLER HEARD FROM JIE POINTS OUT SOME OF INACCITHACIES The Sinjflo Standard Senator IB Dishonest or Jgnorant The SuAor and Wall Street Thrives Either People WASHINGTON June the Senate among the referred was ono from the New OrleansGliamberof Commerce asking an appropriation of for the establishment ship line between New Orldana and the west coast of Africa Tho House Silver bill was referred to the Finance Committee Blair Introduced by pro hibit intoxicating any exposition forSvhiclv appropriations are expendedby the United States Referred The Silver bill was unanimous consent given at the request of Jones that Friday next debate be limited to any Senator onany Tlie ponding question Plumbs amcna ment ivviiilablcfof thepitymont of the public debt inchiclingsuch arckept for redemption of United taiued in the Treasuvy of Harris amend moat was amended by works and silver gold bullion in tbe Treasury on which gold and silver haye been shall not bo considered any purpose except redemption of Sberman expressed amendment vs tho eitectof it to only a working balance in the tion important enough to be without lugging in other pay Qiit over he had to AI the oniniorirthat a offer fin idear Ho the benelit of readycost the Government Teller said ithad cost He went oni to question and deny the accuracy tho stattincrits in Shermans tne bill One of the points was tlmttheigolff dollar it comes Teller disputed of circulation kept pace with or population that itvwouldrequire anannual increase of meetthe aniuial increase of the statement by Sherman and others that the supporters of tho bill wanted Teller said it was u spocles of rdemagoguery which WHS a disgrace to the They wanted au honest dollar 11 dollar stricken dowu without thewill without their The stood the Senate arguing was either dishonest or to represent the interests of the American Teller went onto speak of the Republican national if be had supposed itmers Uepub lican ticket would not from Him and would not have got the jority in Colorado He said ciplebad its its mostefrective roe in the TreasnryDepurtment It had the power of thc Administrationto relievo the people so that what the people sutteredwaBat the door of the Administration no feeling favorable to places and that would not be could influence the poJitical pnrties had been met by the declaration that must legislate so as to gain the goodwill the business the country That meant He remembered a President Cleveland crowd people ou Wall street and saying before him the representatives of iu turests of the country Biit the Teller said thatihe did not sec before him asingle man who done un lionest days ever produced 1111 nrticle of commerce promotedtheTinduSr tcial pursuits ol In conclusion Teller declared where shpuldjbo j left his vote should be would unloose the ineiifc to the V spoke In favor free coinage the Silver billwent over till After executive WASHINGTON June 10 The Speaker before the House the Senate bill amend atory to theinternal venue It caught Judge Lynchwill save court ex authorizedI the Commissioner Intemjal EOvenue to formulate rules arid regulations by which beer may be from penses ST LOXJIS Tune 10 of tho robbery receivedby the Republic from Little Rock asserts Messenger Nesbitt was killed and that the secured at least It that therob bers are a part of Steve and Kube Burrows gang A BRUTAi HUSBAND NEW YORK June Mrs Mary Lester arid her sixyearold son saulted by the The Lester who was drunk has been arrested He is an AjFATAIi ilATCH SAN and Frank a girl adjourned totheGoldenGate clubi and fought gloves twelve rounds McBride was knocked out the blood pouring fronxhis nosei and mouth A physician was said a was broken in McBrideis he would probably i v McBride is Golden Frank auS Joe and John Joell seconds have beeri v confidential v real estate1 arrested some time ago for embezzling District Court today and pleaded guilty Sentence was deterred Saturday Juno 10 On tlia production of Edwin Cowlessiorder In courtthis moaning Mrs Ooftles was Riven custody of the child Cowled ia and Thecase against Hale who shot not yet teen x An Company has organized thereat roooan Bauking of vats to the bottling without passing through of being drawn Into kegs The Seriate bill was 7passed changing the present system of beer and fermented liguors an exportation Iri distilled spirits arenowlanded Whole on the Postofflce There wasnb opposition1 and theconimiitee the reported to the Adjourned a yictpry materialstOver a returned to morning vowing v concessions been years in ad e Tjyl th i S ni m V wh ich s h as the Auriions of the commltteeappointeitpv posed thonielratjlCploraiip favoring A longingi to a Glelm ar Convention GREAT DEALS AND COMBINES Jay Gould Has a Grand Coup in Con templation A COMBINATION OF TWO GREAT SYSTEMS The Northern Pacific Shuts Out a Richmond Ter minal U Guarantee Short JOino Bonds The Pacific Funding Report NEW YORK June Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle rail road combination far bigger than anything yet attempted is being quietly discussed among wellinformed railroad men It is nothingless than an amalgamation of tho great Missouri Pacific Atchison systems The successful reorganization of tlie Atcbi sou Topeka Santa Fe system and its recent purchase of the St Louis San Francisco road have apparently whetted the of certain ambitious capital ists connected with the Atchison for rail road properties A feeling of acquisitive ness is upon them The scheme that is fomenting is something liko tliis It is proposed that Gould shall buy the Chicago Alton that Is in position to make either the Missouri Pacific or Atchison considerable trouble This purchase can be covered by collateral trust mortgage so the Missouri Pacifics present capital stock of about will not be in creased Having grafted tho Chicago Alton on to his Missouri Pacific system Gould as the story troes will lease tho en tire system to the Atchison people in per petuity the latter to guarantee a certain percentage per annun on the cifie stock The exact amount of this guar anty Is said to be the bone of contention DEPEW Orf THE PACIFIC LOAN On account very advantageous traffic arrangement that the Northwestern Railway Company haswith the Union Pa cific tho to take greatinterest Jn tlie affairs of the latter company A reporter yesterday asked Chauncey M Depew who Is a director of the Northwestern Company for an expres sion of opinion What do you think of the proposition that the Government shall lend the Union Pacific at 6 per cent interest asked the reporter I dont think the Government should lend railroads money said De pew But an extension of the Union Pacific debt is practically a suggested the reporter I can imagine conditions under which it might be a good thing for the Gov accept 3 per the debtif security were the railroad as I understand it has beejpjbut I baVo not given the subject to be able to discuss conference of rail Jield fii tuis few days ago in acreernehtbv which the Lake Shore Eastern an pleted road projected from Seattle to Spokane Falls by assuming the obligation of itsbohds One hundred miles are already built The contract was signed by H O Armour General Thomas M Logan and Edward D Chester representing the Seattle road This deal practically shuts out the GreatNorthern from connection at Puget Sound Tt is authoritatively stated secured most of the land on Lake Washington and the line willrun around the lake f THE B TRANSFER Juiie deal for a transfer worth of Balti more Ohio stockowned by the city to a syndicate was completed today tbe papers signed and half million paid The will be paid before Julylst qoDDAHT ELECTED CIIAIJUIAN OniCAGO June Passen iger Association elected J nierly general the Chicago Santa Fe California chairman n TUB PACIFIC FUNDING HE PORT WASHINGTON June the majority report ofthe House Committee on Pacific Railroads on thefunding bills briefly covered In these dispatches last Thursday interesting points notably that on the difference between the Union Pacific and Central Pacific property regarding the committee says The Pacific pointed fact that the earnings pf the Central Pacific are not such as to make it probable that they comply with the act proposed by the Commissioners if the road should accept it Amethod a settlement might be obtained said tho Commission would be a reduction of the interest to a rate lower than 3 per cent and further that the bill submitted could be tho limit of the earning Central Pacific by reducing tbe rate of interest bonds should to the ofthe Central Pacific have been less thair half those of the Union report refers in the nature of the country through Which the pass Of Pacific the report expressed Ogdeu to Reno nothing more thiina bridge The mode of adjustment proposed bill accompanying the report respects from that submitted with the report ofthe1 Senate First in that one half of the interest on the Union pacific that period of been limitingithe amount paya oni behalf of the period preceding of the first mortgage bonds which precedethe Govern Second intbat the distribution of payments of principal or in the has been made similar to dfaffihiitfon such acific payments provided Union Vbeing reduction of 3 per cent to cent and an extension the period covered adjustment fifty to seventyfive 1 The report lieves demanded 3 aTiii and the an iiahyfmayreasonably ieasily expectedtb is last When earnings ofthe iJnlou nearlyJto which Since ViU 1 years have passed tho ability of the com pany will be greater and its burden can bo increased with safety What is taken off during these first ten years is added Inter so the result to tho United States is the same The same considerations apply in the case of the Central Pacific While tho amount payably during the first period by the Union Pacific is less than required by tho Thurman act by a year the amount required during tho same period from tho Central Paclllc railroad exceeds tho amount required under the Thurman act by about a year It is believed that an ad justment upon the losses proposed in tho bill will load to a final payment of in debtedness of both companies to tbe Gov ernment NEW SHORT LINE BONDS CHICAGO Boston The announcement today that the directors of the Union Pacific Railway had secretly determined in defiance of Ihe law of 1ST3 to issue Ruarauteo Oregon Short Lino bonds was a surprise to the Union Pa cific people here and their friends as it was supposed to be a state secret The firm of Lee Higginson bankers who have the deal to manage were astonished aud maoe a futile effort to have the matter suppressed but were forced to acknowledge that they were about to issue a circular to the Short Line bondholders which was to have ap peared tomorrow and the exposure before their explanation is annoying They were bringing out in New York and Boston simul taneous with London and Amster dam of Oregon Short Lino and Utah Northern collateral trust bonds secured by a like amount of Oregon Kail road aud Navigation stock deposited with tlie American Loan and Trust Company in Boston as trustees The bonds bear tho date of September 1SS9 and mature in 1910 They are gold guaranteed by tho Union Pacific Company Subscriptions arc to open June 13th aud close Tune 18th Tho price will be 94and interest is from March 1st To confirm this a letter Is published here today from President Adams of the Union Paciuc nowin Oregon which among other things says It is a very simple process to pull the Oregon Short Lino and Utah Northern through and make it a remunera tive road In spite of tho Navigation Com panys lease tlie Short Line Is over capitalized THE KICHMOND TERMINAL DEAL NEW Yoruc Juno Is reported on tho authority of parties high In Richmond ter minal affairs that the Northern Pacific was joined with the Kichmond terminal m tho deal and would use the Baltimore Ohio as the Eastern connection The deal is also said to include provisions for an arrange ment by which the Pacific Mail Steamship Line will make Tacoina a terminal point and give the Northern Pacific Railroad transpacific Calvin S Brice and Samuel Thomas will be directors of the Baltimore Ohio ID a few days and repre sent the new interests in the Board IN FOREIGN LANDS THE AUSTRO HUNGARIAN MUST BK STRENGTHENJED Bismarck on tho European Double Suicide Instead of The GermanCzech BUCHAREST June Dispatch Francisco Chronicle romantic double suicide isjust now the sub ject of conversation and of the prominence of tbe participants has created considerable excitement Helene ofa former Court Minister was married to a certain Maid avian physi cian notlong ago but from whom she shortly became divorced and later engaged to Captain Goestarchi with whom she had been deeply in love for many years The consent of the King to the marriage was obtained and everything was 5rf readiness for the ceremony when upon the evening of tho wedding Helene discovered that a blood relationship existed between herself and her intended husband Deeply grieved and ift a moment of delirium she and shot herself through the heart Goestarchi was almost crazed at H clones death and for days ceaselessly hoprayed beside her body and at hei1 tomlv Then lie was not seen for two days andbis friends becoming alarmed forced the door off bis room and found him sitting inhischairdoad One hand held a volume of Heines poems marked by his dead love and bearing on the open page a bunch of edelweiss while his other hand held a gown that to Helene and which be had strewn thickly with rose leaves HUNGARY MUST STRENGTHEN HER PJJSTH June Minister of Waraddressed tbe AustroHun garian delegations on the subject of the credits asked by the Governmentfor mili tary purposes He said ho regretted to bo compelled to declare that the military credits submittedcould not be reduced The budget estimates only Represented the foundation the building forces of were becomIn able The question of raising thejpeace ef fective would considered Other states studied to Increasetheir1 military strength and AustriaHungary could net remain inactive although wasnot able to resources to such asextent as done by IN THE FIELD OF SPORT Terrific SeventccnRomid Fought at BulTalo Mill PRINCETON COLLEGE RECORD BROKEN The Lawn Tennis dOr Wins tho Kansas City Derby of HigliPriced Brotherhood Games BUFFALO N Juno Dis San Francisco Chronicle Paddy Bronnan of Brooklyn and MikeLeary of this city had a rattling fight to a finish tonight at the Travelers Clubhouse for purso Threoonce globes woro worn Tho slugging was terrific and Breunaa knocked Leary out in tho 17th round after a succession of knockdown and chop ping blows Leary had tho best of the fight at the but Brennan Avarmed up and knocked his opponent down repeatedly A XiAWN TENNIS CONTEST DUBLIN June In the lawn tennis contest for tho cham pionship of the world best three of fivo matches Kerr beat Pcttit on Monday 3 to 2 and today 3 to 1 COLLlJGli RECORDS BKOKKN PRINCKTON N J June morning the twentieth annual games occurred in which three records were broken 100 yards being run in even time 220 yards in 22 seconds by Gary and the shot being put 32 feet 5 inches by Janeway The Races KANSAS CITY June opening dny of the spring mooting of tho Kansas City Jockey Clnb was Derby day Jind the attendance was over people Corripans Filey was entorod for the Derby but he showed up lame tliis morn owner winner however was a Kansas City horse Verge DOr owned by William Mnlkcy the owner of LA Premier who won last years There were nine entries for the but when the biiglo culled tbe horses to saddle only four Dollikens Blue Veil Verge DOr and Lord of tbe Harem DOr kept a lend of a length abend of Lord of the Hnrem into the and at the jiKiges stand increased it to lengtn ami won is be pleased Lord of the Karenv second Dollikens lue Veil 45 Ohiircbill Clark won Oro second Panola third Time 25 Five Parapet won Dewberry second Slmwneo Time Six and up ward First won May Hartsecond others distanced Time won May Hart second Mile and a and up ward Madoline won tbird AT MOKKT8 N June of a seconu Adellca tbird Time mile and won Philosophy second Barrister of fjlcrDr Jiasbrouckwon Stratbmeutbsccond stakes hreoearolds UtirliriKtou woii Devotee1 secoria Padi shall Time i of a Arab Meridau second Bill Barnes third Time Mile and Gypsy won Zephyrus second Little Tim third Time HIGJlPllICED A number of prominent of whom arc anxious to secure a yearlinp from the ereat jMcGralh at the MeGrathiana stud of Lex ington attended the sales today An average of wns had which is the1 third best ever raised inthis country AT ST ST Lours June Mile and a McGee won Lulu B second others drawn Little Crete won Prcd Taral second Lottie S third Time Southern Hotel stakes half BalgowaTi won National second Tom Rogers and Bramblo Brush a dead heat for third Daisy F won Caroiefie second Camilla third Time VvVr Mile and a hundred John Morns Bertha second Brookfull third The Players Brotherhood The Pitlsburc Brotherhood club won the tins afternoon bysuperior Held work and tune batting Attendance 1800 PiUsburs 2 0 3 OO 01 0 2 4 Pittsburg 9 Chicago Pitts burg 1 Chicago 5 stow Baldwin aud Farrell DmpiresHolbert Todays Brotherhood game was close and citing None of the runs were earned 3 0 0 0 0 0 Kew 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 3 V 5 Xew York inpton and Cross Keefe Crane and OmpiresKnigbt and Van Haltren was of Brotheri bood game Attendance 1230 y V Irooklyn 1 0 0 0 0 Boston 7 The contained in the budget were tbe which the Govern ment COUldRO THB FEUD VEBNNA Juixe efforts are bo ing between the old Czechs andV Germans in tJie Bohemian Emperor Francis j 4 today gave thelealerB of the two Majesty declared thai tbe arrangements looking to a difficulties ad optedby the recent Gcrumn Czecb conference at VIeririawould be effected This Utterance departure ciistOJiiary and is expected to have a decisiveinfluence In settling the longstanding troubles between the twopolitical parties KNGLAKD SHOULD JuneV of Deputies today Ribiot Minister of Foreign read Frances Egypt France tinie bas arrived J t K j 111 slow G umber f aud Swe ews and Gunning BUFFALO The Bisons easily defeated Brotherhood team the Clevelatid this England In with deciarationsand the3 selfcongratulation of the prosperItyjrand the 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