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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - September 17, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah I THE MOST EXTENSIVE MEDIUM ROCKY MOUNTAIN CIRCULATION EXCEEDING DAILIES IX CITY COMBINED VO1L 239 SALT LAKECITY UTAH WEDNESDAY MOTtSTNTG SEPTEMBER 1890 PKICE FIVE NEWS The Iron dale of the Danube to lie Removed POWERS OF THE COMMISSION TWO MM DUELISTS AT BERLIN TheSIavo Traffic Decree Was Issued Alhambra Ftilace A Cabinet CrisiH at Disorders Dispatch Ban Francisco Chronicle work of blowing the sooaitcd iron pralo f the tho rnclcy on tho Sorvlfm borrltir throutrJi wViUOi a channel was cut many yearn HKO btiRlns today foafc of injjineorinK to romovo hi tho calmacts and narrows Of tho Rt Miu point whoro the AnstrlnIltiriKfirlan Servian and lUmmanlan Ijoiindarles was attoinpted and ajarn In MM TJiuconsiimination of the sclierne has loen dulayod sitioutliut time for political reasons This protective policy of the Austrian and Ihuitfiirlun Governments Is being curried to such lengths as to regard this natural barrier to commerce is worth p rose r v I rig Til IHSUUio was again taken and the Vienna confcronco of Juno 4th In harmony of under standing among tho naMons intorcittlod The tremendous of this groat work may be Irntigluid from tho fact tho whirlpool rapids pour a doillo only foot wide and r00 long with a fall of niLubn ieot and a velocity of ten to flfUiOn foot a sixond donrso being troubled by a riumboiof roofs and leclgus This terror navlijiitors was only partly romovod by Iho riutUng of a channel throughfor river stoamors and tlio whluh was finally approved and adopted for clearing tho vsonrsc of river was workod out by an AiiuirUan oriKineor McAlnlno Hod In AirHrlca a short tmn The result of tho operation awaited here with sonic jugornoss TWO BOY WUBLIST8 They Each Other With Uapicrs Over ei Ijovo Affair San Chronicle des perate duel with rapiers botwcBti two school boys oocurrod bore yesterday The prln Osoar Loscli of 14 and Hans Bon nor of ItJ are of tho Latin fichool in Mnakauor Hfcrasse and tho tciok placo In tho sohoolhouso garret Honrior was wounded In tho face and noso and lost half his loft oar but was to walk to tho police tatlon whoro his wounds wore drofftcd Tho polloo captain sent for tho who are well known In Jlarllii society It is thought no attempt will bo made to arrest LosoU Tho cause of tho tMieountur wan tho aftompb olyoung JlonnuJto supplant Loach In tho ufTofstlontt ol tholr common sweetheart Bertha Kath T llemntnit Entombed BTOCKUOUr Sept body of Erios syu was today affcor Irnprisslvo ocromoulos deposited In the chapel at Fllihstad which wus oroctcd tSpoeially for Its rccnptlon Iix tho adjoining oomotory which Is tho iluosfc inSvvodon The oMijers of tho war ship uro helng fotod oa all sides Tho King received then today and thoy woro given prominent pluoOfl at the gala for tlio Aniorl UMI ollicers Tho orohoatra played tho Amorloan anthern and tho uutllonco roso GU The Portuguese Cabinet Resigns LONDON dispatch to tho Dally IVcuw from Lisbon says Tho Portu ffjbso Cabinet has roslgnccl Tho oxolto mnnt ovor tho English treaty continues and tliuro have boon riotous demonstrations Mt is rumored that an English manofwar has arrived tind tho odioors aud inert who lauded wero attacked by a tnob and com pelled to reembark A Lisbon correspondent of tho Times says thoro aro various rumors concerning change In Uio cabinet but only Senior Kiboiro has resigned It Has Nearly Exclusive Control of the WorldB Pair CHICAGO Sept National Worlds Fair Commission today adopted the report of the committeeto define the powers and duties of tho Commission without change after ixwislderable discussion Tho clause flrcttted the most debate was this Among tho original and exclusive powers of fcho Commission may bo mimed tho power to allot space for exhibitions prepare clftHftificatloii of exhibits detecmlno the plan and scope of tho exposition appoint all judges and examiners for tho exposition award all premiums and generally to have charge oC all arrangements with tho ex hibitors and representatives of foreign Tho altornates from the various States fool that they aro riot rneoMng with proper recognition from tbo Com mission and after tho noon adjournment hold a mooting to talk ovor their President Palmer explained to them that they bad no duties or emoluments except In tho absence of their respective principals and in that event thoy would be called on to act and be paid for such service in not entirely satisfactory The Hoard of Engineers sent by tho Secre tary of War to hear arguments on the ques tion of using a portion of tho harbor front for a possible slto coucludod their hearing today At tho afternoon session thoro was a de bate over tho adoption of Uio Judiciary re port but It finally wont through It flxes tho status of tbo Committee etc HAISHS A FiTOUM Commissioner McDonald of California In troflutid a resolution defining the duties and compensation of tho ttourd of Lady Managers A motion was mado to refer it to Uio Finance Committee report at somo future time This would virtually have killed tho project to have women in tho rnanagbmont of tho fair McDonald was aroused in an instant and made a ringing speech which was the fea ture of session Mo Insisted that tho subject should go to the TucUcIary Commit tee with instructions to report not later than Thursday llo was proud that under this liovornmont wonum received greater consideration arid more respect than from any Government on earth and asked an oru phaUo vote In favor of Immediate action McDonalds speech carried Uio Commission by sUilm and his motion was unanimously adopted AN EXCHAKBEflF PRODUCT Elaine PreaeSes Rcciprosity to the Hoot and Shoe Club IT IS IN LINE WITH PROTECTION The East Is Well Protected and the West Should 3o Given a The Connecticut Democrats Nom inate a Democratic Club Convention J3VJSNTS AT BOISE The Tho Decree AVns Issued ANKtiiAii Sept from tbo coast vontlrm tho report of tbo issue of a dooriK by tho Anuons at Rupninoyo author izinx tratllo In slaves LONDON Sopt Post says Tho Sultnua dooroe prohibiting slave tralllo clows not operate In Gorman territory Ger many ncvor had any intention of un qualifiedly abolishing all ionns of slavery Tho Reichstag agreed that measures should taken only by degrees with duo regard to thoexisting order of things Vnlley PJats Editor in Trouble BOISE Idaho Sept to THTTI night house of Juclson Rudgo about a rnilo from town up tho guloli Avas destroyed by flro Defective Tho children wore at school and Mrs Kudgo barely escaped with hoi baby The hotiKO and fimtltuiO aro a total loss Tho plats of tho United Stales surveys in Long valloy have boon received at tho land ofllco In this dty and filings will bo received after tho of notice to that effect for thirty days An Invitation has boon issued to tho Gov brnor bo attendtho SpokanoExposIUon with his stall on some day to bo specified by him self when spotla oxoroisoa with reference to Idaho would bo hold but owing1 to the pressure of official business Governor Shoup has been compelled to decline However Bolso will bo represented at tho exposition by many of her loading olUzons jHflgeJ C B Borry of this judicial district has ordered a writ of attachment for tho arrest of 11 0 Bonnoy of tho Eagle Rock Times and the same lias boon placed in tho hands of United States Marshal Wilson with Instructions to have Mr Bonncy in court at Black foot September 2fth The action is taken because of an editorial in tho Times under tho caption Judge which bus boon construed to reflect con temptuously upon bis Honor and some of his rulings This Is tbo first case of the kind within our knowledge In Idaho and its trial will bo watched with tho greatest interest by the press not only of tho new State but of other States and oven by tho press of tho United States ACCEPTEDROCKPOJRDS CHRIST Scnmons Advaiiood I SOUTHAMPTON Sept directors of ilio ttoyal Mall and Union companies have telegraphed tho officers hero that they would agree to advance ono crown por month for soamon trimmers und boys in addition to tho advance already given pro vidtid Uio strike was ended Immediately Tho strlUors accoptod tho bflar and will re sume work today The Brazilian Elections Niav YORK Sopt B Flint re ceived tho following oablo from Rio Janeiro The elections passed otY in perfect order Tho results show that tho country is over whelmingly in favor of tho now order of things No Monarchists and hardly any Clericalists woro Disciples of tho Illinois Divinity Ex pelled Church Sept Dispatch Francisco Chronicle Series elders of tlva Christian Church at Richmond have expelled from membership L E Francis and wife and Miss Cornelia Cornell son for liorosay In believing in the divinity of Goorgo Jacob Schwolnfuyth All throo of those have boon very active in church work Tho Francis couple aru welltodo educated and refined They have always had a high social position and have given liberally to the support of tholr ohuroh timo ago thoy accepted Scliweinfurth and have made several trips to his heaven at Rockford Ills Thou they began to invite others to acciopt tholr faith This at once brought measures against wore preferred and upon trial they failed to appear and were expelled Mrs Francis wrote a lengthy defense In which she Claimed that their entire life was according to tho toaqhings of the Bible It Is stilled that Schwoinfurth will at tempt to start a colony at Richmond There are of a serious disturbance in case ho attompts MEXICOS CONGRESS riventyflver Miners Killed N Sopt explosion occurred today In Maybach pit at Sanlot Wondol Kh6uish Prussia Twontyllvo minors wore killed The other men In tho pit tothe number of 32r were rescued 1 The Alhambra Palnco MAW RIP Sept tiro broke out at 10 ooloclc lust night in tho palace of the Alhambrasin Granmda It originated in tho courtyard and soon spread to tho Gret damage hus done More Armenian Outrages 7v0jJDON Sopt Daily iVeics pab lisVcs further particulars of tho outrages in Armenia It says tho most UMrlbi scenes are constantly witnessed in The Sxviss JDisorderf BKRNTC Sopt have been dis patched to Tessovfttoto uld in dispersing the armed men assembled there Additional reinforcements will probably be A War Ship V LONION Sopfc Austrian war with a crow of sixtynine mian and four officers foundered in the Black Count Tolstoi in ST PETERSBURG author 13 seriously ilL The Day Tho Viiihiiiad arid onloved Vuiiry aad on joy od itho scenery vi President Dinz Opens tho Session lyith a Speech CITY OF Msxltco Sept anniver sary of tho Independence of Mexico was today with groat pomp Tho 1rcsident opened Congress tonight In his speech ho said the country was at poaeo in ternaHy and Tho ianAmeri can eoiiftronoo reports wore being studied tho Government of tho United States acted fairlj iln tho matter of tho invasion of Lower UuUforula absoluto neutrality was preserved respecting thoContra Ainorica iuibrogllo Zealand had been excluded from with England an agency at Yokohama was contemplated the public latictii were being taken nip rapidly tho has listened to tho request of tho niorohants and reduced taxation rall roud construction is making great progress Arrested YORK Chronicle T Camp oC tho Twentysecond t ordered the ttrrcst of six of tho thoi roglment yqstordiiy aftor noonV chiirging that thoy had onteijedintb a him courfcmartialod for received for old unljfqrms arc among iiuV regiment com E Hart liam E Company A and William J AnVnttlhon BOSTON Sept response to an in vitation to the annual banquctof the Boot and Shoo Club of Boston Colonel Clapp editor of the Jnurnal has received a letter from Mr Blaine in which the Secretary of State referring to the portion of the Invi tation saying that themembers of the club are in with his views re garding tho best method of extending American trade regretsthat he is not per mitted to address tho meeting The mem bers of tho club he says can do great good by countoracting a certain phase of New England opinion which he regards as hurt ful to Now England Interests New England Is to receive in the complete pro jection for every iiianufaoturing industry within her borders and if will be In tho judgment of the Secretary of State both In expedient and her representa tives disregard a measure which promotes Western Interests Mr Blaino rcfors to a letter recently re ceived from tho president of the late con vention of referring to tho cx cosslvu duties on in Cuba and stating that Americans will bo nimble to return any portion of Hour tride unless immediate srjcurcd In view of Mi oso facts says a it possi ble that u protectionist1 Congress can even think ol markets to Cubas products froo while a great wide intiustry to bo absolutely oxcludod from her markets by a prohibitory tariir With reciprocity annually sell a hundred thousand barrels of Hour in Cuba and Porto liigo tosietlwr large mass of otlior agricultural products Without reciprocity she will bo driven moro iind more from these giving the fullest protection thi Eastern iri Inierosts as tho proposed bill docs Surely no man of judgnipnt and certainly no of wise forecast wishos to expose a Wcslxru interest to serious when1 it is mani festly easy to protwt and pro mote festly easy very timo tho boards of trade ohiimbqrs ol coinrnorco and public opinion in 1layana aro demand ing a reciprocal treaty with tho United States Certain wise men havo asked How can wo soil farm products in South America when tho same things aro pro duced there Cereals are undoubtedly grown in South America of South bub wiso men will remember that cereals and sugar doriot grow on tbo same so IIV and the countriesof South and Central Americaand tho West Indios contain forfymillions of people who import tho largest portion of their breadstuffsIndeed tholargost por tion of theRUgau product of LatinAmerica Is at our andwo can greatly enlarge our oxchangesthuro if Congress will give us anopportunity for reciprocal trade Another class observe that they want time to study the I might reply that tho heat method to study a sys tem Is to observe its practical workings Whilogstiidying in the abstract and re fusing to tako so nib object lessons thcsd igontlcrnon proposetoopen our market to LatinAmerican products1 freo of all charge without asking LatinAmerica to give us in turn tihc sarnd re sults of tho ObjOctlosson Immediately before us urgo tho sugar question Shall wo a gift of that trade When wo have studiqd that lesson wo shall bq prepared second worst all Is putforth by thosfi who sugar on the free list now and nextyeartake up tho subject of ItI understand thoir logic it Is to admit sugar frqo this year without condition and to ask Spain if sho will not kindly consonfrto grant reciprocal trade Holding complete vantage ground themselves they propose a policy that will transfer the vantage tj Those who take tills ground to that class of careful gurdlans nf pipperty who prepare a strong lock for tuo stable after tho horse is gone do not moan anything I havo snld to imply that a Western interest It will prove beneficial and profitable both tipthe farm and shop Tho many forms our business interests will bo proinolodby rooiprptlty cannot known until the active commercial men of tho United States shall bavo developed those forms by investigation and Wo shall not realize tho full bcnolitsof the policy in a but shall wo therefore throw awaycountless millions of trade in additiontotho sixty millions wo have already thrown and then ignorantly that tho system wontwork Finally there ig oino fact tliat should havo groat weight especially with the pro tcdtionists in the Sen ate voted Tho freo trade papers throughout the country aro deternilhcdhbstillty 1 It is evident thajfc tho free trade Senators and free traOe papers1 havo specific reasons for their and feel that with a and growing their policy of free trade receives a most serious blow The protectionist who opposes reciprocity in the form which it is now presented knocks uway ono of tho strongest supports system The en actment of Teqiprocity is i safeguard of protection The dcfeatof reciprocity isthe opportunity ofrfreo gates present Chauucey I Black presided rind opened tho proceedings with un address He dwelt upon tariff reform service reform aiid ballot refonu A Labor Ticket and Platform Sept The Massachu setts Labor party today nominated tho fol lowing ticket Governor Charles E Marks LicutcnantGovernor George K sec retary of State John F Dowd Treasurer Moulton AttorneyGeneral JohnsonAuditor P F OXeJl The demands among other things the abolition of theemployment of private detectives in labor difiicuities and making the discharge uf workmen for be longing to labor unions a penal Cities and towns should bo allowed U make and sell gas and the transportation lines should be owned by municipalities and tho State Republicans NKW HAYEK Sept The Re publicanState Convention organized to night and adjourned until tomorrow HOMESTEAD RIGHTS HE HOUSEON ITS DIGNITY It Takes Tardy Action on Kennedys Unparliamentary Speech ST WILL PROBABLY BE EXPUNGED WHY OB TO TH13 MORGAN UlLL Cameron Enloe and Ex Chnnge Senate Considers the Timber Culture and Passes a Sub Bills Passed CRAZED BY ELECTRICITY It Would Families of Their Homos aart Was Too Sweeping in Its Population WASHINGTON D Sept to Senate bill to prohibitMor monsfrom acquiring public was introduced by Senator Morgan and re ferred to the Committee Lands has been returned from fche GeneralLand orilce with the recommendation that it do not pass In his lofcter to Senator Plumb Commissioner GrolT of tho General Land Office says If enacted it would have the effect of defeating existing settlement rights on the public lands and to turn out of thereon any families whoso responsible lieads may be considered by the the land department to come within ils moaning and allow the iappropriation of tncir improvements by others thereby involving the Irresponsible members cf such families evil consequences The bill mlsht be soamended as to make it pros pective in Its operation und prpyent the brnnking homos already established on public lands under existing settle ments and also so as to limit Its effect to such persons as may have beencqnvieted of odenses against tho laws on the subject of polygamy The provisions against persons aiding or encouraging any society which teaches or advises that tho laws of any State or Territoryprescribing rules of civil conduct are nob the supreme law of tho State is probably put in broader terms than was intended as it seems to admit of ihe construction that it is intended apply to society that teaches the abstract doctrine known astho doctrine otthe higher which would include a persons1riot at allin clined to favoi1 the practice of polygiriy T am not preparefitoriecommend as it now stands but as a measurp ofilegisla tiou I would leave it with the above sug gestions to the wisdom of Associated population oi This is a netincrease during the decade of NOMINATIONS Indian Matthews kIarnath Agency Oregon A L at GrandeRondeAgency Oregon IOIl GEIlimiANDBUED OHIO Representative duced in the House a joint resoHUion which provides for Congressional districts and is also to secure totho electors therein the right to choose membersof secondCongress by the new Congressional A MBSSA05S IfROM The Department of State receiveda tele gram from Minister at Guatemala saying tint the old National Assemblyof SalvadoLunanimously elected CarlosEzeta provisional President of the Eepuhlic uhtil tho 1st of March A WASHINGTON Sept tho House the Senate hill was passed for tho relief of Ad miral S P Carter On motion of Garter tho Senate amendments were concurred in to the House bill authorizing the Secretary of the Interior to submit a proposal for the sale of tho western part of tho Crow Indian Reser vation Montana The House then proceeded to the consider ation of the Enloe resolution relative to Kennedys speech It directs tho olerk to communicate to the Senate that tho House reprobates and condemns Kennedys lan guage as unparliamentary Tlio pending question was on the point of order against the resolution Grosvonor of Ohio 1 Blounti in arguing tho point re called tho BrooksSunnier episode and cited tho action of the House in that case When ever a member of this body arraigned a Senator as a felon and a traitor by reason of his conduct In regard to legislation that the character of the House was associated He Blount was not hero to vindicate tho character of the Senator from Pennsylvania Ho was not here investigate whether or not tho charges made by tho gentleman from Ohio were true but the Question of the character and dignity of ilic House was one with which tho members had something to und for which the people would hold tluini to a rigid responsibility The chair overruled tho point of order Bayne olVerud a resolution referring Strange Result of i Shock From the Deadly Wire XKW YOKK Sept Dispatch Francisco Chronicle of the mostsingular awidents of the long list resulting from contact with tho deadly overhanging eleotrio wires occurred on Sat urday hist to Mitster Charles 15 Young six teen years old a of G W Young vjce snpcrintendent of tho Maritime Exchange He came in contact with a dangling electric telegraph ivirc on Pearl street neiic MrvUlon lane The wire caught Master Young first upon the slcull and ear and then supported by the lobe of the latter organ pressed di asvtnally across tho breast and under tho loft oar Tho ear and skin covering tho skull wore burned as if a red hot iron had been put to them The sack coat worn bj the boy had a seam burned into it clear across the breast and tho arm is badly scorched and burned Tho shock knocked Master Young down upon his knees and ho rolled over into tho gutter and lay in the mud for a few minutes when nn Italian AKBY BOWEN POT TO SLEEP Finishes the Sew Boy in TwentyOne Rounds BOTH LISHTWEfGHTS FIGHT GAMELY The Fall Opened in Kain and Bicycle Records Biwscfoall The American Association Sus pends NKW ORIGANS Sept longex frijlt perloier on the opposite side of the I poctod fight between the lielitweihts Andv side of tho sJrocr saw him get up and walk nf y away Xot knowing at tho timo what had iNCW who recently bested happened to him the injured liul found his way home It on his arrival at his parents liome that the shock of tho electric wires nepjin to manifest In tho strange and speooh oi boy He camo in saying Hows business 1vo been struck by electricity what time of day Is it and what day oi tin month told his in one breath that ho had been struck srnsolttss and in another flatly denied it They not elicit any thing from him and vhon ho made an asser tion it eontnuietfld him directly afterward Dr Cijarles B Tucker ono of the best known physicians of Brooklyn was summoned and gavo tho boy mild opiiito which Lnd the oJfect of fputtinsr him to sleep He awoke Sunday and his mind was still wandering but yesterday ho recovered his senses and though not as well as usual was rational Dr Tucker was one of the strang est cases ho had over heard of The only theory he could advance was that tho wire gave tho boys brain a shock at tho point where it touched the sknll A TENMINUTE COURTSHIP A New Jersey Couple Waste No Time in Preliminaries MAYS Sept Francisco Chronicle Two days ago Amos Lewis of Homers Point who Is a widower about 5S years of age in possession of considerable wealth ana a Annio Jiisley of Atlantic City a hatujsoi o strangers Miss Rjsley is yw s if ago and is considered by all who ier to be a beautiful woman She is saleslady In a fashionable millinery ostib ishment in Atlantic City She arrived at Somurs Point at 11 oclock yesterday innrn ng to attend a dinner given hy Mrs George Anderson At dinner Mr Lewis and Mis iisley wero introduced and sonri woro en gaged in conversation They wero mutually with each other and the conversa tion was kept upfor several minutes At last Lewis remarked ho was greatly in need of a good housekeeper to which Miss Kisley jokingly answered How would I answer Lewis replied that hewould be well pleased butmore if she wouldbecome his wife Tho lady was startled by thisabrupt proposal buo was displeased for time tho Dr Larson of Salt Lake Tells a Queer Stoiy CHICAGO Sept A G Larson a magnetic healer has lost his wife a queer story He said today that several years ago with his wife from the old country They went to San Francisco whore he in hisprofession From there they moved toSalt Gity Last July1 his went to Sail Francisco to procure to her through the courts On the Brcl of the ho received a letter from her him that she had received and she wanted to go to She told him to meet lioi in New York came as far east as Pueblo where he received a telegram SariFran cisco to meet him in Oth He came on toChicago but since though he tele graphed tho policeof SanFrancisco and Pueblo Ho says ho is not false to him He1 is inclined to think that she has met with the Enloe resolution together with Ken nedys speech to the Committee on Judici ary to report within three days Cannon favored reference of the resolution to fche Committee in order that House might act intelligently In the present form of the resolution the whole speech unobjectionable portions would bo expunged from the records If it wero adopted tbo speech would be expunged while the most object ionable part of it cited by the gentleman from Tennessee would remain as a partof his remarks 12 ul bo suggested that tho gentleman from Illinois was hardly the person to make re flections on another persons unparliamen taryIanguage This led to a brief personal colloquy be tween Cannon McMillan and Enloe After further debate Enloe demanded the previous question upon his resolution which modified as to be an expression on the part of the House disapproves and lt grantod within and condemns Kennedys speech and sho returned and accepted him directs the Public Printer to expunge it J from the permanent Congressional records rot 83 nays orderthe previous question Bayne again offered a resolution re ferring the whole matter to the Judiciary Committee The clause requiring the com mitteetoreport within three days was stricken out and the resolution 58 1 Boutcllo from the Committee on Naval a resolution calling on the Secretary of the Navy for informa tion1 as to whether tho Bethlehem Iron Com pany is using for manufacturing steel gun fprgings for the United States navy ores im ported from Cuba or from any other foreign cpjuncry alsp whether ores suitable for such manufacture cannot be procured in the Ignited Adopted j v bill was passed opening aban doned military reservations in Nevada to homestead entries The Speaker announced the appointment of the following conferees on the Tariff McKinloy Burrows Bayne Dingier Mills McMillan and This brief courtship all took place in the space of ten LD i n utes Lewis so ardently pressed his suit that she agreed to have tho ceremony performed at once Accordingly the dinner was turned into a wedding Mr Chambers of Somers Point was sent for and the twain were made one within two hours after their first meeting Miss Kisley is highly con nected and a resident of Atlantic City The allalr has caused quite a stir in Atlantic City socially as both are well known Billy Myers and Jimmy Carroll of San Francisco who was defeated by Jack Mo Auliffo in fortyseven rounds fought sorao timo ago came off tonight and Bowon was knocked out In tho twentyfirst round About 3000 people witnessed tho battle which was n good ono weighed 130S and Carroll 132X Tho purse was of which goes to the loser Tho police insisted on liveounce In the first two rounds there was no ma terial advantage on either side Bowcn hav ing the best of it if anything In the third fourth and fifth Carroll was on top landing several severe blows on Bowcns faco and body although ho was pretty well dazed himself from punches in the stomach aud on tho noso In the sixth both men wcro tired but Bowcn succeeded in knocking Carroll down with a right hand swing and nearly re peating it a moment later with a right on the jaw From this on to tho fifteenth round were about even some hard hits being re ceived by both men each of them seeming pretty In tho fifteenth Carroll knocked Bowen down with a terrible righthander Bowen gnt up but Carroll was too weak to finish him in the sixteenth both received punish ment and in tho seventeenth Carroll gave a tremendous punch in tho stomach to Bowqn in return for a stinger on tho neck and also blood from Bowcns nose Bowen clinched and they fell Carroll on top In Uio eighteenth Bowen hit Carroll In the oye cutting it and received in return a blow on the noso which felled him In tho nineteenth Bowen was getting veryweak and Carroll was getting his second wind lo gave Bowen several severe blows la the twentieth Bowen tried hard to steady himself and managed to avoid a knockout but In the twentyfirst Carroll landed right and left and Bowen foil exhausted llo rose again but fell immediately and then was counted out He was terribly punished but made no complaint having done the best ho could Tie showed great gam en ess und wag loudly applauded Carroll was unhurt save a slight cut and a swollen upper lip Time one hour and 24 minutes Russell TerriblyPunished NKW YORK Sept tho champion of America and Tommy Kusseliof Harlem foughteleven rounds toa finish in Hoboken Only two minutes of tho last round was fought but Kusscll by that time was such a pitiable looking object that tho crowd begged the referee to giyo a decision Kcl ley did not have a mark on him THE MEETINGS A MONTANA ACINCINNATI aRed CONNECTICUT IJSMOCRATS left kill hei mother buttlie Reed The Party Hasi Much to Answer For Sept The Demo cratie State Con vention met today Con gressman temporary chairman made in Ayliichho eulogized Cleve land the mentionof v whoso elicited great applause Hon was elected The ticket was honiJnated Goyornor or uy yrnbr Secretary of Stiate J 1 Trbnsurer Marvin H Langer Congressman Of jllinoisv spoke briefly support of prin 61 i T h e platf r e affi rf as tho p r i not pies of the VeLfareaf th o peppl e decl in o y f pycrbn e Conn eeti cut Kihley pbliby of iilie jriiajqrity iri the House lection Mr Oberraeyer Elopes With Cross Sister CllxCINXATIi Sept DJs Francisco Series A sensation was created today tiling of a suit for divorcebyMrs rneycr She alleges that her wealthy m an eloped to ChVcago withSister Sophia of the lied Cross and married her This cause it was not known that tion of gratitude by marryingSister Sophia1 who has nursed him Red pi till Row iiV the TRKNTOS N 10 Chronicte During services ifi tlio Polish uogiKiliere a th o n t of exIvab b i 3VI an d some of his followers to rake part in the af to keep Duvingthe struggle Rodden and Harris JAdolpho itis u Justice the acresti of rubb i d sey era 1 o lU cers of the Sy n agbg ue as their assaJlaiits who has says no doubt hut toiiVprobabl atnight Senate Mortonpresided in the Senate today The following bills wero passed The Senate bill aphorizing the Librarian of Congress to purchase at not exceeding Town sends Library of National State and In dividual Records tho origin progress and consequences of the civil war to grant right of way through public lands Thc conference report on the Railway bill was resumed and Mor ganobiitinued his argument against it He spoke ofthe first section of the bill as a mere sham and pretense as a forfeiture bill It was nothing but a mere political perform ance also opposed the conference report and asked where under tho bill forfeiture caroe Plumb said it forfeited all landswhich under the decision of the Court could be forfeited It forfeited somewhere between seven and ten million acres It confirmed not a single acre to any railroad not disturb the status of any acre granted to the railroad companies exceptby terminating the right of the com panies to build any more of their roads aud by forfeiting grants opposite to unfinished A vote was then taken conference report was agreed toVyeas 30 nays a strictparty vote The House AntiLottery bill was then on motion of taken from the calendar and passed without awbrd of discussion r On motion of PI urub the Sen ateproceeded to consideration of the House bill to repeal the timber culture laws Plumb moved an arneudhipnt in the naturo of a substitute Mabdersbn moved an amendment provid no more than GiO instead 160 actes shall be embracedin one town site Agreed add to the substitute a restricting reservoir sites so mublv laud only as is apDuaily necessary for theconstHicpionaud njaintenance of the A greed tol olfered an amendment which as to giving a righVofway the public f or canal or com formed the purpose of iirl an amendment providing th a t in aiid silver m in ng regions of of Nevada and those States there aro public 1 audsV op n ta i n ing t i w there States niay pleadthat iiriwas mining A IJawsuit Based a Pioneers Mar riage to a Squaw BUTTB Sefct to civil suit that revives a little of the early history and involves a whole lot of money has been occupying the atten tion of the District Court for several days It is the application of Martha G Burden for a slice of the Matthews estate which is now valued at over and embraces two or three Main street business houses The case went to the jury last night and the verdict was for the applicant In its special findings the jury declared that James Matthews and KenicKeni a Shasta squaw were married according to j the Indian custom and lived together u man and wife and that the claimant was born to them during tho time that they living together When Matthews died be left his estate to his sisters children but Mrs Berdan came forward and claimed the estate or a portion of upon the ground that she was the daughter of the deceased by an Indian wife whom he had married in California in The specific thing sought to be gained by was the of in the bauds of the Probate Court but as will be readily seen the points settled here will be applicable to the entireestate plaintiff claimed that she was the daughter of deceasedand thiit he had been married to her motheraccording to the cus toms of her The opposition claimed that the deceased bought the Indian woman that itbere was no thought of mar riage in their relationsand iJiat the girl was1 illegitimate As will be1 seen by the findings of the jury they wcro to credit her story and the first pan of the case ends in a foiher WANTS HERDOWERRIGHTS The First Day Characterized by Raiu and Mud Sept 36 The Brooklyn Jockey Club began the fall meeting today After the first race rain came down in tor rents covering the track to the depth ot couple of inches All five furlongs Volunteer won Bobby Beach second Ballarat third Time Eva Mann Will Claim a Third of the Hamilton Estate NEW YORK Sent Dis Francisco CJironicie Eva Maun in prison yesterday said that when she out which soon she her dower right asi Kay Hamiltons protect the interests of Beatrice Baby Beatrice is now nearly two years old and is being kept in close custody forl Eobert Bay Hamilton Philadelphia If it is Hamil tons daughter wholequestionwill probably be settled by asuit the Its legal ppsses siori oftwothirds of tlie estate leftby Hamilton and the remaining third when Hamiltondies Also thejpersondl In adtSirion to this have the his real third of Hamilton t Conf was on rictyadyocated Von byjperonda Sept Ccritral1 es sionsbf Keld Montreal express i Miloacda sixteenth Diablo won Slug gard second Miss Belle third Time Prospect stakes twoyearolds six fur Kusseli won Gascon second Homer third Time Centennial handicap threeyearolds and upward mile and a quarter Eurus JEon secondj Castaway third Time Maiden five Klrkovur won Ellat second Saliua thirdc Time Maiden twoyearolds five Victress filly won John M Benjaminthird Ttmo Threeyearolds and upwards mile and a Kempland won Glenwood third No j Sept Opening day of the fall meeting at Churchill Half mile Response woni second Liberty Bell third Time Split from first won Oriental seo oiid Maud B third Time Meekie H wou General CaldwelV second Joe Palton third Time Mile all ages Nina Archer won Eogen second Robin third Blue Grass stakes twoyearolds six fur Borers won Philora socdndi Rudtsh third Time All ages mile and won Hamlet second Eugenia third All ages mile and a Mamie Fonso won Hopeful second Neva C third Time Sept Opening day of the fall meeting at the Cleveland Driving Twoforty trot SSOO Tom Colma second Pat Downing third Bismbnt Best time Twoyearold stake Stern borg wopi v Free second others i PniTjApErjHiA Sept Grand Circuit The rain made the track sof t aiid ind the trot was Twothirtyfive pacing Boy won Treasurer David Copper field fourth Best time trotting Ingale won Frank T Second John others ruled out Best time The CJiey enne Won Lowers the Record The sixtb aBnu ing They tered racing baiued features at coii finedib
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