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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - June 24, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                TOL CASES COHORTS ROOTED The Senate Committee Adopt a Ife A PILL FOR THE VALIANT SEVENTYSIX The Idaho Test Oath i The KmjII of PiiesthoodH Political Idahos Admission Assured Silver p r J jft LAKE 517 Four toon th Street r D Juno 1800 Tho Oullom DIsfpancJiIslitK bill was taken Up and eonsldorud in the Senate Oominlttco on TcrritoHos this morning By a voice vote the chairman directed to substi tute for tho oath required to bo wikon under its provlsloriH tho Idaho test oath It was argued that as this had been uuatalned by tho courts ot tho highest resort its passage should bo moro uortjiin Senator Culloin the bill Will receive consideration and paas the Senate tills session Dcstuguto Duboirf who huH working fottbo past four days to overwmo arty sllle Eastwrri opposltltm to tho Idaho bill is this ovon Ing that the Senate will that measure up thb wook and pass It KuKI this ovening hu4 taken his coat andsaya thoro is not a litcstion of tho pusauge of the bill Mo Informs me that the StcserlnR Cornmittoo of tho Bonatc has billed it for consideration und yussatfo arid their it cannot possibly fall Thlsi Is nioHt news to THO und will to our good frloncls in Idaho who have boon so patiently wait ing for tho final Delegate Dubols today was notified of the appointment GeorgeW Wail of Kooky Bar Idaho as spoolal apcnt oC tho General Lund OITlco This Is a jraoofuloom plltriont as tho Intorior Dopartrnfint has uniformly declined to make ap pointments ot this character frora tho Ter itories Thoro Is no change In tho silver situation today Chairman Congoiclaims that lie hiuf not fixed a day for tho mooting oC tho committee though ho promises that tho measure Shall be Cjnalduied before Friday Members of tho Coinage Committee havo boon hifoniuilly consulting today on the quostlon and Bartlno expresses tho bollof that an oarly meeting of tho committee Js probable The conviction is now becoming settled xthat nothing can prevent an oarly confer ence and agreement Conservatives and radicals unite In expressing a hollof that tho bill will to tho President and that Its form will as so often predicted in these dis patches It Is sufd tonight that tho committee may bo ciUlocl together touioirow morning and l tho conservative sentiment is shown on an actual poll to be in the majority tho committee will at once roport noncurronoo In the Senate amendments and usk for a conference Chair mart Conger had an inter view with President Harrison aiid It Is said was plainly told that a satisfactory com promise must bo speedily arranged THK TKST OATH ADOlTKO WAsntNOTON Juno 23 Associated Tho Sonato Comnilttoo on Terri tories has decided to report OuUoms bill Avith a now tost oath for Utah in place of tho one in tho EdmundsTucker act with a recommendation that it bo Indollnltoly post In its stead tho committee will adopt tho bill recently reported to tho Sun ate to insure purity of elections hi Arizona to tho necessities of tho case In Utah That lll contains an oath similar to the Idaho tost oath which has boon sustained by the Su proino Court William Newell of Washington Consul at Managua Registers of Land G G Mills Lawrence Watorvillo Wash Uecolvors oC Publlo Charles M Oman Seattle Wash W H Bush Olympla F M Dallam WatorvUle NbUTttKUJJ JACIKIO EXTRIES Senator Plumb royorted a bill providing that all persons who settled between Aug ust 1887 and January1889 ou any im proved lands in tho socalled secondindem nit bolt of tho Northern IaoHlc Kallroad Companys grant under tho homestead and tho United States may transfer tholr entries from tills trad to any other Government htmls subject to entry undor tho homositoad laws as they may so loot MAVAtj AMKNDMKNTS The couforenoo on the Naval Appropriation bill agreed upon tho Senate jimcmlmout appropriating for com pleting repairs to tho sectional drydock at Maro iHlaud Navy Yard The Senate re ocdos from tho amendment abolishing tho olheo of assistant quartermaster at and establishing ono ac San Vran oisoo Tho Houso conforees agrcod to tho amendment authorising the JVeslUent to appoint a to select a suitable slto on tho Pacific Coast for a drydoolc and the Senate agreed to tho of a similar commission to select a si to for ono on the shores of tho Gulf of Mexico Tho apnopriatlon for tools for Maro Island Navy Yard is made A WOMANS UNIVERSITY onator Blair today introduuod ft bill to incorporate tho Womans National Univer sity of Arts und School of Arts Univer sity It is to bo located In Washington Oity THK EPISCOPAL MONKS Father Ignatius Visits America to Raise Funds NEW YORK Juno TriTBtryB Dis Francisco Chronitte When Benedict built his monastery at Monte Casino thirteen hundred years ago liiid founded tho Benedictine order his monks found avol slow but they planted Christianity in Gorman and Saxon England When Columbus made his second voyage to America a Benedictine accompanied him us Vicar Apostrollcan of tho n6w world und this was appaling in Its magnitude Today the same journey ls mauo by another monk of tho same order in tuo curb and bound by tho sumo vows of pov erty chastity and But ho Is van ocean liner and sojourns at tho Metropoli tan Hotel living undor the original rules of old St Benedict but surrounded by luxuries of modern cIviliBatlou Ho is Rev JosephLoycoster Lyne oLher wlsb Father Ignatius well known in this country and Europe us the apostle ol inou asticlsm Jji tho English Episcopal Church He will remain about six months iJn this country his Uine to lecturing endeavoring to raisp funds for the 6t AntJiony in where ho has orgaii ilty of naoaks1 of St Benedict Fatter Ignatius was ordained to andaopri nafttiollfe At first tho idea did not meet favor among tho clergy of the high church but persevering ho succeeded In pathtiring a number of clergymen whoman ifested a desire for monastic life and founded rnomistry at St Anthony The rule is the sumo as followed by similar in stitutions of the Catholic Church and pre scribes poverty chastity and obedience and tho penitential habit of the oldtime monks The community has Increased In numbers and Kov Abbot thinks of establishing a branch of the order In America Mo looks monk of tho Middle Ills garb Is a coarse blackhooded robe loose and lowing and bound at the waist with a cord Mis smoothlyshaved face thin and pale displaying a rigorous abstinence arid asceticism his oyes largo and light bluo flashed with remarkable brilliancy About Ills temples ran the ton sure orfrlncre of hair completing a picture remarkable in those stereotype and prosaic ANOTHER TASCOTT CliUE Tho Police Receive a Photograph of the Young Suspect CHICAGO Juno of Police Marsh has received a photograph of Tascott the young burglar who is suspected of killing millionaire Snell three years ago Tho photograph was taken at Kansas City throe months ago and has boon positively Indcnti flocl by Tascotts friends horo as that of the boy Chief Marsh also received a slphor letter written by Willie to his brother John la this city Tho lettor was mailed In Missouri This Is tho best clue tho police havo obtained as to the whereabouts of Tascott since ho disappeared from St Paul soon after tho murder The Gun AVa Trial Tuuo The Gun Wa case was begun In tho criminal court this after noon With tho roport of Harrison who exposed tho scheme explaining modus operand 1 A LIAR IN THE FAMILY CKOKJCB OI2NJES HIS IHKOTIIEKIN LAW9 STATEMENTS Gritnt Corruption If und a Myth What Ho nll WJth FlosMios Tnmmuny No NKW YORK Juno Tho State Senate commitUso tills monilrig hoard tho testimony oEUiLhard Orpker the Tammany loader in rebuttal of tho evidence given by his brotlioririlaw Patrick HcOann sometime UKO Involving Mayor Grant and others Orokor declared McOanns story to tho olloot that wltnos had In a satchel 10 bribe Aldonnon to confirm Grants appointment as JoimtiissioiKif of Public Works absoJutoly uutniuln all particu lars such fium was raised nor had Grant raised as allowed Witness liud HHkoil McCaun about tho rnmor that had boon raised to koap liubortO Thompson in that position McsOanri referred him toTorn Adams who sale ho know noth ing of IU Tammany was fighting tho ro nomlmillou of Thompson This was In John IColly wris tliun alive andtlio boss of Tanunony Tiimnuuiys oandldalo was John MoQuakl Jb that witness was to sot 10 oontsTpoi1 on all cement used by the Uopartrnonb of Public Works if1 Grant wort inuclo Commissioner Grant as Kociratherot witnesss daughter Flossie on two ocoasloni made her presents of There was no provldus about Tt was Invested In real estate for her bonotlt Witness was nob indohtod to McCunn as ullojod On orossoxiimlnullon the old Tweed ring was brought up Dooumont was shown witness signed by n ninnbor of Aldormeri hiclucliug Oioker la which they swore not to ocntlirrn liny one or pass any important bill without consulting Honry W Grant and oMior Tammany loaders One signature was cutout Obioction vas made to this testimony Lawyer Ivins for the prosecution said that ho proposed to show that tho fag ends of politics in Twootls time still rule Now York politics After the recess Ivins took up onoo Mayor Grants presents to Flossie Crpkoiv The first SvSOOO Crokor testiiiod was presented In tho oarly part of 18SG tho present create any surprise on your part Well of course I recognised tho fact that Grant was a very generous act jMrs Crokor took tho envelope containing tho money from Flossie and put it In tho Did you buy that safe No it frus bought for me by Mr Orokot said ho not invest the money right away because ho owned some property which ho was trying to soil and ho wanted to add this money to that ho hud before buying any more property Senator McNuughtou said tho committee iuul no business Inquiring into Orokors trusteeship of tho monoy by Grant to FUmio Crokor at this docUtiod to reply to Ivlus aucl tho Taminanyltos applauclod vigorously Crokor declared that no tax was levied ou any ottlco holder for elftctiou purposes Tho oxponses however in the various districts wore very heavy Orokor did not know what contributions had boon made by Judge Bookstavor Mayor Grant Mayor Hewitt and other candidates Mrs Crokor was put on tho stand She denied that she over told McCaun that Crokor had gone to Europe andlef t her un provided for that she had ovor said that Mayor Grant gavo Flossie or that sho over sat up all night to guard which had boon raisotl to soouro Grants ap pointment as Commissioner of Public Works Sho said sho put the monoy given little Flosslo by Mayor Grant into a safo and it remained thoro until tho property waa bought THE TROUBLES Freight Ooiulxicrors A Thou sand Sillc Employees Out YONKERS N Juno Ono thousand omployccs of Patroon Copentls silk mills struck this morning against a reduction of wages SIX IVUNDIIED CARPKNTERS SiniKK WOKCESTKU Juno 23 Tho carpon tora of this city struck this morning ou a demand for nine hours a day and eight on Saturday Six men loft TOBACCO GIKXiS GO OUT N Jimo Two hundred girls employed at the LoriUard Tobacco Factory struuk tills morning for an increase In wages Thvoo thousand hanitls are em ployed in tho factory and the strike may spread yiWEIflllT CONDUGTOKS STRIKE CIUCAGO Jmio The freight conduc tors on tho Chicago division of the Illinois Control Sailroad sixty number struck today on account of grievances among which Is tho removal of a certain train master No freight moved on tho division Tlio President of Salvador Dies SAM Juno 23 President Mon suddenly last night soon the conclusion of a banquet given caslon ortho llfth annlyorsary of of General Menondez into San and the defeat of the tlciii the panic caused by the Presidents General aud several pthqrOtHcers wcrp killed bar Tacks General Carlos Ezeta the forces is now qulot at iii Glusgowvaged 28 and married died r this i noiriin R at Br u n sw iok G a i of foyer at noon Ho pC city This bi yellow lover the TALKI He Comments on and Po A TURNING OF TABLES ON FRAHGE She Stole German Territory and Must Submit to Never Satisfied Russia and Her Militia LONDON Juno TRIBUNE Dispatch San Francisco Series Tho Hon Frank Lawley a brother of Lord Wenlock und who whon in diplomacy became Inti mate with Count Von Bismarck has pub lished a scene with the Prince from which tho following extracts are made A fortnight ago I was once more tho guest of Priii co Bismarck nCtor a long lapse of years and for the first time in our ac quaintanceship oC nearly a quarter of accn turys duration I saw him before me dressed with all tho careless simplicity that charac terises tho attire of the German country gentlemen while residing on their estates far from tho maddeningcrowd Ho looks younger than his ago by a decade at the very least my stay matters of a social and political nature wqro touched upon by tho Prince with the faculty of discrimination for which ho has so long been famous When asked to give bis impression on tho subject of Nihilism in thePrince salci JNTo concessions can be madeto tho nihilists who arc murderers one and all assassins by premeditation it not by dood The only way to deal with them is to strengthen and sharpen tho law and bring it to bear upon them with increased There can bo no question of yielding to those wretches Nothing kindly or conciliatory can to a people who do not ovon know what they want but are perfectly ready at all times to commit any sort and number of hideous crimes Tho Russians dont know what they want nor when to stand nor when yield They are oxtrcuiiats in politics they dont understand and are a prey of dogmas or of ideas as tho case may be At present there is nothing for it but to rnlo then with the iron Referring to European labor affairs the Prince remarked Toll mo did you over know a banker with a million who was con touted A scientist politician artist or lawyer satisfied witb his gains and position And I will further ask have you ever known a contented Juan I moan among tho rich successful tho highly born or highly placed How then shall the workingman bo contented whoso life is necessarily one of few pleasures and many of fre qnont privations tind rare The morethe operatives get tho rnoro they want T dont say it Is not natural for them not to dlftor from other men in this respect but tho faot remains You enor mously how amazingly their life condition has boon ameliorated tho years they ever achieved content ment for one single day Let what grievances thoy stillhavo right themselves by natural process as they will gradually anil in due time let them Con tinue to improve tholr position without State Interference which can only do them more harm than good besides inllicting irretriev able injury upon numbers of other people quite sis worthy of consideration as tho artisans It is said that I the example of meddling with the workmens affairs in Germany and took tho initiate in intro ducing a sort of State socialism This Is by no moans correct What I did was in the direction of bonovolonco not of interfer ence I advocated the making of some pro visions for workmen enfeebled by old ago or incapacitated forlaborby sickness or ac cident and other moasnresof that sort Capital ami labor ought to be the firmest of fricuds and would no but that each a little advantage of tho other That of course is purely a human characteristic and we cant hope to change tho nature of mankind The rights of capital are no loss real and respectable than those of We must not forget As to Russias prospects Bismarck said Wo wish well to and she will cer tainly not attack us The Russian people are as peaceably inclined as our own The evils that befell1them after arid in conse qucnco of the last war wore somuch more cruel and trouble thanany they had had to endure in time of they conceived a horror of all military enterprises abroad and this antipathy lasted uudimiuished in fordo and intensity until thopresent day Russia owes us and we shall not give her tho least cause of I asked if in his there was no possibility of finally extinguishing the French grievance against the Fatherland by some voluntary and spontaneous concession on the part ol somerectifictition of tho frontier involving a retrocession to Franco of tho Frenchspeaking people mow unwillinglyly submitting to Gorman rule There is he auswcred quite de Wo can yiipld no territory to them except a lost battle Were tho ces sion small or largo it would only stimulate an appetite for more have had provinces inhaWtod by Gormanspeaking populations for provinces of which they robbed us by Lot havo our turn at holding territories peopled by tho Germany has neverwilfully or unprovokedly entered France Franco hasjnvaded Germany in arms between twenty and thirty times It is scarcely possible to content tho French because their no reasonable Prlnco Bismarck orably of his successoriri the chancellorship General a ilhd1 soldier a man of remarkable varied informa tion above all1 a thorough gentleman I continued his Highness that Caprivis appointment as was an absolute that lie accepted it from a lofty sense of duty and tliatiheis quite free from any charge of overweening personalambition He has nuclear good a generous nature and great Altogether a Orstclass m TBHi LONDON During the of the this Government nouhcedtliat the thelicensing iocar Taxation Smith Govern the conclusion that would to license clause in its enti rety opposition The tainecVthreo portion of the bo apprppri ated f or p urpose of Power f erred ihg Thoifirst proposal the oi tho onceiiae 7 The second of hceHsesrtb should The tlie dis couldnot disregard the fact that the princi ple of purchase had received tho approval of a large majority oftheHouse Criesof only He said at all events money accumulated would be at the of Parliament Smith moved the appointment of a select committee to inquire into the of a continuance of bills from session to session Agreed to Replying to a deputation of publicans in the lobby tonight Richie presidentof the Local Government Board said the principle of compensation for the extinction of licenses nad been accepted by the House aucl tho money accumulated would be de voted to that purpose T A NEW PEER The House Lordswas filled today on the occasion of the Duke of Clarence taking the oath of office and seat as peer The ceremonies were very imposing XIUS AMERICAN SILVER BILLS M DeLaveloy the Belgian political economist writes that1 either of theAinerican silver bills willinjurethe cause ofInter national bimetalism But neither can pos sibly injure America Of the two he con siders tho free coinage bill less harmful CONVERSION OJi miNGATlYS DEBT VIENNA June Hungarian Finance Minister and the have entered into an agreement for a conversion of florins of fivo per cent paper rentes into four per cent gozd rentes A CABINET June Minister of Finance has Ho will bo succeeded by MlRiiel Mayor of Frankfort and leader of the National Liberals HIS DUTi TO TALK Bismarck today received a deputation of citizens of Berlin TheBxObancellbrmain tained that it was bis right and duty to ex press freely his opinion regsirdinc public events and declared that he would not give way even if he He stated al so that he always spoke in the interest of the dynasty and of peace Ho declined to criticise tbo AngloGorman treaty inregard to East African territory COMMISSIONERS DISCUSS THE SITE THE NOT LARGE ENOUGH FOB THE JFAIB Utah Will Reproduce Great Salt take and Her Irrigation System Col orado Her Mines CHICAGO June large number of Worlds Fair Commissioners representing tho various Stages have arrivedin Chicago and tonight in all the hotels Worlds Fair matters are being very generally Among themost interesting conferences was ono between Joseph Hirst of Tampa1 and A Hercor of Cheyenne Wyoi Hirst hadfinuch to do the allotment of space at tho Cen tennial and almost oC the recent Piedmont ExpositionatAtlanta In talking oi tbe matter of asite can boconvincedthat the Jake front can be will revert to Chicago as a park Is over I dont think there willbe however providing room Theres tho said Mercer I donf think wo ought to open the doors with lesstlian dne thousandacres1 Just look at the nu inber ofSlates demanding ten acres1 each Some of them propose to wonder ful things with Utah proposes tOreproduoe Salt takeand tho country be fore aud after irrigation with an exhibition of her irrigating process Colorado will re produce her mines California will make a wonderful exhibit and so om if they really mean to occupy all the space they ask for tho lake front will certainly not be said Hirst and utterly opposed to dividing the Tho gentlemen then recent sensational charges regarding thelake front and Mr Hirst said You may rest assured that if any dangerof that spot being ruined for any purpose for which the city may desire it tho Commissioners will not aid any such REJOICING IN BRAZIL The Constitution Prepared aiicl HeaSly forApproval WASHINGTON June Brazilian Minister today received from Rio de Janiero stating that the Provisional Government has adopted constitution which will be promulgated tornorrow and that great rejoicing Brazil V Rio DE June Cqn the of the land after constituent assembly shall have Immediately after the cledreasirig of the Constitution there will be anelection for Senators and sixtythree of tho former and latter Immediately session and election of provisional Government hands of exer cised by the latter sinco inaugurating the The Assembly will at once select a new Chief of State who will then proceed to or ganiKO a regular The Assembly will revise the constitution andafterward promulgate it as Following are the principal ideasof the constitution Brazil ad opts vthe American system of a responsible executiver with sec retaries responsible only the people The Senator or is chosen as loses his scat first election of President will November next by Congress es tablishes this election means of The President shallbe six years thenext ten yearssucceodiug fies of State are Ineligible f or the Preaid during their office The President of the Senate shalf bo VicePresident Republic Incasc ofvthc absence or death of the President office by the the by of arid lastly Tribunal of 7 the Senate Passes tlio Pension Bill Disability DEMOCRATS DENOUNCE THE SYSTEM Wants No PciisionsHawley Tells Soldiers Forty Provided by the Bill linff Over What the Millions WASHINGTON Tune the Senate Irv galls offered a resolution agreed to in structing the Committee on Privileges and Elections to inquire as to the date when under law and precedents the salaries of the Sonators from Montana Washington and North and South Dakota began The Senate resumed consideration of the Agricultural College bill Morrill offered a substitute for the various amendments pending Saturday as to the division of funds between colored and white schools Pugh withdrew his amendment and Mor iills amendment was adopted and the bill passed JJho conference report on the Disability Pension bill was taken up arid Berry spoke against it Tho practical etTect of it would be Berry said to put 00 per cent of the Union soldiers on the pension rolls at an ex penditure of and the cry would still be for more Yet no Northern Senator or Kopresentative dared stand up in oppo sition to the Pension bill The Northern and the Northern Republicans contended with each other as to which would po farthest to satisfy these demands If any Southern Senator or Representative dared oppose a pension bill he was told on the one side that he would injure his party and on the other ho denounced as a itraitor who had no right to announce any opinion on the subject of pensions Gorman also opposed tho conference re port The expenditures under the bill ag gregated and this added to the under the existing law would leave the Treasury bankrupt in 1891 Davis chairman of the committee said that Berry had been a consistent opponent of pension legislation for the benefit of Union soldiers and what ho said today was in direct lino with what he said on other occa sions Davis denied the correctness of Gur mans figures and said the expenditures nudcrthe bill would he about forty million dollars He denied that tho bill was a ser vice pensionbill and asserted that it was a disability bill pure and simple Gorman said that if the bill became a law there would bea deficitof in and it did a law there would be a deficit of He called attention to what the Republican leader Mr tho greatest loader that party has had in his day and genera had said as to the extravagance of appropriations and unthoughtful and unwise legislation in the matter of revenue He complimented Davis for the courage with had stemmed itho tide of dema gogues and claim and prevented tho reporting of a bill that would have cost a year Ingalls advocated the conference report This was ahobligation just as sacred as that under which the soldiers were paid and yet the Sen ate was asked to to higgle and haggle For himself ho was in favor removal of the limita tion m the act granting arrears of pensions He did not care whether it cost a million or Vest spoke of the monstrous abuses that had grown up ipder the pension system and declared a belief that the pending bill was being pressed for personal and political motives He asserted that the pension list was undulyswollen inIndiana because it was a pivotal State and its vote was neces sary to elect a President and he prophesied that the people of the United States would revolt against tho pension system and its abuses r Turpie said he had not heard of any charges in Indiana againsc the administra tion of tho pension bureau and he was not prepared to say that political bias has any do with granting or refusing pen sions Hawley expressed a hope that the soldiers wouldnot get an idea from what had been said todayj that tho Senate was favorable to the payment of arrears of pensions or to an equalization ofbounties or the payment of the difference between paper money and gold He thought altogether was saidabout what theNation owed the sol diers The prominent feeling in his State was that the needy soldier should not suffer but that nothing should be wasted on a man who did not need a pension for his support soldiers did want money They wanted They want the glory of having fought for respect to money con sideration Finally discussion closed and a vote was taken on the conference report Agreed 34 nays IS A conference was ordered on the lortifi cation bill and Dawis Plumb and Gorman appointed as conferees on thepart of the Senate After executive adjourned i House WASHINGTON House vont into Committee of the Whole on District of Committee arose without finalaction on the District bill conferees onthe General Appropriation bill failed to agree The House insisted upon disagreement to amendments an ordinary swimmer The distance cov ered was equal to about twice the width of the rivor at Grand Sueet He loft the navy yard and landed at pier No 7 East Kiver ibreo of an hour later When JMacudicr accompanied by btevo Brodie and several sporting men arrived at the at the foot of Washington street Brooklyn they found a crowdof SOOO people assembled Brodie puton his rubber suit and Mncaaior prepared for his swim He wore lijrht oU tights and v leather strap around his shoulders When these had been adjusted a piece of new half inch rope about sixty feet long was boirnd about his body His feet were first tied securely together and then tho rope was wrapped around his body at a distance of about an inch until his shoulders wore readied His arms and hands wore firmly bound at his sides and the dumbbells fastened to his hands He was then carried to one of the row boats and dumped in Tho party rowed out to a point opposite the dock followed by a flotilla of small crafts When tho desired point had been reached Brodie dropped over the bow of tho boat and Macadier was thrown over the side Ho landed on his face but turned on back and struck out for the other side swimming by drawing his feet and knees up to his waisc and then kicking straight out backwards The stroke was a powerful one and at times the swimmer threw his shoulder out of the water The swimmer was complotuly surroutided by the boars and some boys in an old skill in their attempts to got ianover and nearly succeeded in drowning him Macudier was not injured however and swam sturdily on The tiue was ebbing and he was carried down tho river In tying the rope no allowance had been made for shrinkage by water and when Macadior was taken out it was found thathis limbs and arms were badly cut Ho made the distance about a miloi in fortysix m Juntos Cottrells Successor CEDUV K13YS June election for Mayor to fill the place of tho noted Mr Cottrell resulted in the election of tho citi zens candidate A UNION PACIFIC SENSATION PURCHASING MKIBBEN STOLE SIXTY Ho Was a HigrU Roller nail Knocked Down Hicbcnson Goes to the B Changes REVENGE JUDGE MCRARY DEAD and The Distinguished jurist Dies at St Joseph JOSEPH George McCrary pfKansas this city sbnie time with a the stomach He was 55 yearsold aud was born at Evan5j vilie Indiana With his went to that piirt of whicli iif terwards State of Iowa andbegan of iLndlrom his lie raj y ectfexanii natiori 1 ran w w UT f it QIv D i K W The Great Salvator Will Give the East One More Chance OMAHA Juno to TRIB A sensiitional suit commenced in Judge Dundys court today against Charles H McKibben late general purchas ing agent of the Union Pacific Company by that corporation for It iscliarswl that during his administration McKibben entered wilfully into an agreement with George W lumber dealers of St Louis to pay them thirtythree and a third per cent more for lumber than Its regular retail value that they should fur nishan inferior article and short measure ment and he would put through the vouch ers always made out for the best iuuity oi material without undergoing the scrutiny of an auditing committee Since the first of July I860 the company paid this firm through McKibbcmVs office for lumber which at tho regular retail have cost leaving a difference which went into Mc Kibbens poclietof and the whole sale difference was and in the quality as wqll as short measure making a grand total steal of After McKibben lost his position when President Adams came out here about the first of May an expert ac countant was brought from Boston in stalled in the office as acting purchasing agent and instructed on the strength of rumors to make an investigation This lumber deal is the only thing that is dis covered as yet that can bo proven on elect a President and he propnesiea which to institute legal proceedings but Mr that the people of the United States would Anderson sayshohas traced out about thathave been paid the bold young supply houses and manufacturers in commissions for the privilege of trading with him He came here six years ago penniless went to work as a clerk in the store depart ment up to January 1 1880 when he became purchasing agent It was his custom to negotiate his salary every month in advance so as to Since then his existeuc has been of the most princely character He sported a fine team and carriage let contracts for the building of a residence and had the town of being a high roller All this well as in cash in the bank haVbeen attached by the rail road The exposure has created consider able excitement W Griffiths auditor of disbursements was todayappointedgeneral purchasing agent Fred B Vhitney general treight agent and T superintendent of the coal department traveling succeed Griffiths Ed Uickenson goes July 1st to theBalti Ohio superintendent of all the the Ohio river with headquarters v THE MEXICAN REVOLUTION Armed Massing in the Boiv Crisis iJtimirieut ST Louis to the Re public from San Antonio Texasf says Bo which reliable have San Antonioofseditions and revo lutionary movements on Staler of the Kio Grande and it utmost fofly for the papers how ever friendlyto theDiaz Ad ministration to longer suppress the news This movement confiiied to any local is undoubtedly wjdespread as far as the border States are coneierned who just come fromNuevo LeonVjclescribes a threatening condition1rptaffairs vGranfdeHto Saltillo Jiesays at nearly every Station and along crowds men the rebellionagainst cou r jer h ad j iist atriv eti in form a forccs1 marcti to coiitrbr of anyv EASTERN SYMPATHY FOR TENHY His Owner Stakes on Result Interest in the Sullivan Yesterdays Ball Games PXIKVIS June This afternoon tho grand jury returned as indictment Lawrence Sullivan with prize fighting A day will bo set for trial tomor row A petition to Judge Terrell is being unanimously signed by loading citizens praying tho court to be lenient and Impose a lino without Imprisonment TUB SCULPING UACE SYDNKT N S Juno 23 Standbury won the sculling race against OConnor the Canadian The Races NEW YORK June TRIBUNE Dispatch Francisco Chronicle Thoro has not boon for years so lively an interest in a race as now exists among the racing men of New York in the great event of Wednesday the run between Salvator and Tenny The sympathies of the local racing men are altogether with tho latter The event is looked on as a duel between the crack representatives of tho California stables and tho pot ot the New York sports Now Yorkers want badly to see the Califor nian beaten The money that was made on Salvadoron Suburban day was chiefly made by Westerners Tho New York men had faith in their own horse and backed their judgment Thoy have not altogether lost that faith and there is certain to he a full quarter of a million dollars change bands on the result of the race Matches are so seldom made on the turf that most turfmen were surprised at tho readiness with which Pulsifer throw down the gauntlet after Tennys apparently cou elusive and Haggins equal alacrity in taking it up The monetary inducement must have been an unimportant con sideration to either of the gentlemen for oitlxr Salvator or Tenny should win many times thai amount before theend of tho season In fact the forthcoming struggle mny impair the usefulness of both of them fur some time to come but Pulsifer though that his colt was better than the Californiau and ho would not be satisfied of the con without cue moretrial Haggin after caroful deliberation concluded to grant his riviil tho coveted opportunity Racing men are divided in opinion as to who will Many New Yorkers who are most anxious that the New York stable should win are betting on the California horse Still Tenny has thousands of back ers Pulsifcnhimself has been heard to say that he will stand to lose if his horso doesaiiot beat the said a vital question How much tetter will Tenny run with only one horserto interfere with him than he did when trammeled by hiiJfa dozen other horses who kept htm from the rail in the early part of the race forced him to go a longer route than his principal adversary did The ground that Tenny lost in tho first six furlongs of tho Suburban was equal to throe lengths that be was beaten by Salvador at theflnlsh Pulsifer says that had his horso secured the pole In the Suburban and followed itaa Salvador did he would NKW YORK Salvatptwns takeu out for a breaker this morn and wvith a good heavy boy up covered the distance in the afternoon Tenny ran a niile and a quarter in He fought for his head during the last halfmile AT WASHINGTON PARK CHICAGO June Associated Washington Park races Five furlongs Mabelle won J second Burr Cooper third All ages mile Duke won Hornpipe second Vattern third Mile and a half Los Angeles won Jubilee second Brandolette Threeyearolds mile a sixteenth Crawfish won Mora second Flyaway third Time Mile and a won Spokane second Eediight third Time AT SHEBlSHEAD BAV SnEEPsnBAT BAY June half Fides won Blue Bock second Fordham third Time 15 Five and a half Berrouda won Lintriquo second Enquirytbird vs Dandelion stakes one Roclare won Major Daly second Druidess Time Defaulter won Tanner second Banclocbo Mile and a Castaway Prathcr second Tristan Mileand a second third TtineffiSl g5 The Players Brotherhood 1 I Plttshures wretched hit the ball at the time Ayasthfi cause of the home teams defeat today 2400 2 00 0 5 Pittsburjr fl Pittsburg 7 Philadelphia 2 BattcnesGalyiii mO Csirroll Sandors aud Cross cruson and The Bisons fBrpthorhood cxcitinf this pitched excelleut 1 2 0 0 0 0 fl filo 3Kew York T Hack Keefe and Brown tlleveland v Brotherhood team hit him A r land none Boston 3 i first r vlasmarked homc   

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