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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                CIRCULATION EXCEEDING ALL THE OTHER THE MOST EXTENSIVE BESTABYERTISIHGSEDIM ROCKY MOUNTAIN VOL 247 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY MQK3STIKGK SEPTEMBEB 23 1890 PRICE FIVE S ASPH a The Senate Passes a Bill to Place Them on the Market TOBE SOLD TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER A Department Letter on the Agri cultural College TJtio Tariff ConferenceA latent Omcc KeportA Rule to Suppress to tbo Cboctaw and Ghickasavv Nation of Indians for tltio in foe simple to acres of land in Indian Territory being the land which tho Indians in 18RO leased to the States for the especial purpose locating other friendly Indians and frced men thereon A IATBNT OFFICE ItEPOnT The report of Commissioner Mitchell of the Bureau of for the fiscal year ended Tune HOth shows that appli cations and caveats wore received as against for tho previous year Tho receipts of office for tho your were expenditures surplus as against a surplus of ior lustt your The balance In the Treasury on account of tho patent fund is During last year tbo ofllco disposed of 4oOb cases In excess of the number disposed oi durjng the proviouH year t SAivr LAKE TaiutTNB BtmBAtr j S trout 0 Sopt 22 T800 The Semite today passed tho new IJn comjmhgro Indian Reservation bill without any discussion and with but one amendment This iimondniftiit however la an important omi and tho now bill as changed Is re garded JIB a fair moasuro by tho Colorado people liore The bill restores to Uo ilomaln rangon 3J and of tho Salt Lako meridian situated on tho eswb nldo of tho OnconipahKro Uto Indian reservation In adjoining tho Colorado suite line Tbo lands restored to the public domain arc dofljirod open to under tho pre emption and homestead laws only cxcopl siidi portions UH oonUiin asphsil coal These oxceptcd lands shall bo dlHjioftod of by the Setrotary of the Interior at public auction in lota not oxooftdinir acres to any ono purohaHur to tho highest bidder ovijr l ho minimum pricn of Si1 per ncre Tho proooftds of those after deducting tho espouses aro to constitute a fund for the education and civilisation of tho Un eoiiipiihgrofi under the direction of Congress Tho amendment made by tJioSonatestrucIc from Mm thorollowlngchuiNO which had been inserted by Senator Dawos chairman of Uie JonmilUuo Thill nn wruoti 11 right to rimko cliiim ft nfiiiulro to any portion of imas who triiiy IM upon any portion uu unH not rtt uny jwjriou wuii piu ol1 ivcqiiirliig my lltlo Uioreto oithcr thun or f The bill now goes to the Ifouao whoro It can hjirdly pass at this session except by unanimous consent There Is but llttlo question that tho bill can bo easily passed at Mio December session COfjMSOl1 Tho Secretary of tho Interior today mailed to ttio Govornor of each Territory a letter calling attention to thy act ofCon gress approved August 50 1800 applying a of tJio proceeds of tho public lands to thy more oornploto support of the for tho borictttof agrloulturo and the me chanical aria established under tho act of July 2 JSCiU To take tho stuns nooottstiiry to put this law In operation he requests oaoii Governor tofurnish blm uudor tho Stattt seal with intormtUton us to whether Hliero Is any distinction of raoo or color in tho admission of students thereto reeog nUod or nutdo In the regulations and prao tice of tho Institutions whether the Terri torial Legislature had mot in regular session since 1800 and If it has not tho Governor is asked whether ho as by the aot referred to assents in behalf of his Territory to the purpose of said grant provided In tho second sec tion of tho The Governors aro requestedto transmit with their replies a copy ot the char tor of their respective Territorial college duly certified by tho Secretary of State Accompany Ing tho Secretarys lottor to tho Governors of tho States and Territories Is transmitted a report from tho Oommls sinner of Education who quotes as follows from an opinion by tho First Comptroller of tho Treasury Under Mils act for tho fiscal year 1SOO these institutions will bo entitled to ior that yoar and for tho fUsoal year oiuling Juno 30 1S1H The aggregate sum of I assume can now bo paid proper requisition of tho Secretary of the Interior iitfdei the act As stated I think it creates a permanent annual speclllo ap propriation Cor tho purpose pointed out lu the aot without further legislation by Con gress Tho faot that tho act of Congress was not passed in time to make the pay ments provided for In tbo fiscal year 1800 and that an appropriation for could not be paid in the July following doesnot in any manner Interfere with rights established by Congress under the appropriation Time in such eases is not at all material Con grosa intended to make those appropria tions for the bouellt of these colleges and they are ontUlctt to have thorn paid now although the time in which they might have beenpaid has A TAHlKP COfKKKXCE 1IWCTT WASHINGTON Sopr Press a meetingof the conference committee on tho Tariff bill was called for morning when the hour of mooting rived the Denioonitio members were uotl there would lid no meeting The reason for the postponement was a desire on the part of tho Republican conferees to con sultfuithor among themselves Itajveara that no progress has been made since cutur day hi tho cUsposltion of tho sugar binding twiuw bonded period and metal amend ments but these ivro in such shape that if an agreetnont can be roacheS upon one it probably also result in an agreement upon the others Ata late hour tonight It was tho confi dent expectation of the Republican coufer the TaritV bill that Wednesday or Thursday at tbo latest will witness the opening of the debate on tho conference re port While the disputed questions of most importance sugar bindingtwine and stool dxitlos are not settled the conferees are near enough to warrant them in saying that they had no doubt that some basis of agree ment will bo reached tomorrow The bonding period about which there so much talk has boon amicably settled for February There is it is thought good predict that tho free sugar standard will and not at sixteen as proposed a compromise generally favorable to tlouserntes will be the outcome of the dis putes over the items on1 the tnotal schedule that blndlngtwlno also will bo subjected to a compromise The have adoptedfrosolutlons dcclarUig tial to tho interests of theirconstituents Mi at the tax on tobucco should bo loft as fixed by the House IT CKKATE A strjirrus Morey of introduced a rule in the House today making fonse punishable by line of 3500 for a kienibor to absent himselffor x The silver offered the Tbo amount priirChased was T A Rlnor Jiuigo of the District Court B V Fowler District Attorney Wyoming 3 Marshal Wyoming D W Matthews agent for the Indians at Klamath Oregon A L Hussey agent for the Indians at Grand Rondo Agency Oregon A Gorman Catholic Convention Sept Tho fourth aumial convention of the German Catholic Con gress begins hero tomorrow Tonlgnt there was a torchlight parade porsona being In lino and a great mass meeting A GRAND SITE SELECTED THK TVOKrDS JMIK PKOBLEM FI NALLY SOLVED Tho KIto Will Comprise tho Entire 1jirk Systom nntl Tt Is Unanimously the Commissioners Worlds Fair site question has been settled by todays action morning the Month Park Commis sioners agreed to add Washington Park to tho portion of tho South Park system al ready offered to tho Oomnjissiouors This was In accordance with tho resolution adopted by tho National Commission last Saturday At tills afternoons session of the National Com mission the aniemiod site proposition was presented and unanimously accepted Tho site providedfor Includes Washington and Jackson parks the Midway Plaisanoo con necting thorn and Lake lironb park in all about one thousand acres fn a sense the chosou site Is one unit comprising as It does tho entire Park system of Chicago tho finest of any city The enthusiasm with which tho tender was received by tho National Com mission showed In marked contrast with tho reception of the previous propositions By a resolution adopted early in tho day the National Commission had formally pledged Itself to accept the oflor such a site as a final soUlomont of all questions relating to tho and when the Park Commissioners promptly responded and tho exact location of the big exposition finally tlxed there was an outburst of cheers Stepping from tho doors of tho citys rail road depots hotels and business houses tho visitors to the Worlds Fair will as it woro enter direct by the vestibule of tho exposi tion on the lake front This Jake front Is a strip of the park comprising sixty acres bordering on tho shore of Lake Michigan The finest boulevard of tho goes directly to Washington and oatinoeUng withtho latter is tho Midway Plaisauoe which ends in Jackson Llko tho Lako Front one side of Jackson Park is washed by of Lake Michigan A greater portion of the site Is one vast network of pleasure drives enclosing the groat stretches of meadow and groves of oak Adjoining Wnshiuston Park is a race track capable of accommodating peo ple and this tho local directory expect to make a part also of the site for tho pur pose of speed displays and the live stock show This Improved race track whoro tho live stock show will bo made Is within one hundred yards of the point selected for the maln building This places tho whole fair In ono compact quarter of the city instituting tho Govern ment display and tho to be mado by tho various States In conjunction with exposition building The site selected and tho plan of tho build ings proposed is generally regarded as cal culated to be especially gratifying to tho live stock men of tho There s great rejoicing in Chicago to night by all classes over tho final settlement oftho site controversy iu a way that gives satisfaction Tho National Commission before adjourn ing for tho day adopted resolutions of ro proton tho death of Governor Stovonsou of Nevada MAGINNIS AT BOISE Tho Montana Orator Preaches Dem ocracy and Eulogizes Cleveland BOISE Idaho Sopt 22 to TIUB Tho Denvborats held thoir best meet ing so far this campaign this evening Mar tin Maginnis being the drawing card Ho vms preceded by Judge Brumbncu of this olty whq declared iio was only a preface to Muglnnlss book and devoted neaily tho whole preface to apologizing for being a Democrat and advocating Democratic doo trJnya Mftginnls niado a lengthy speech lasting over an liour and a half Ho discussed the vor legislation declaring that it w us the Republicans who had demonetized silver lit 1873 und that the Republicans were not now in sympathy with reionotizivtlou that Czar Seed aud killed tho Free Coinage bill und tii at under tho prosoixt bill silver was made simply a uouuuodity to bo speculated on in W all street He rather favored Iroo lead eulogized the Stills bill as a measure Imposing equal taxes on all sections of tho country Ho denounced Reed ft wan who bad not only broken down parliamentary practices lu this country but worse yet parliamentary rules as established in England for oonturles He niudo a very lengthy eulogy of Cleveland whose purity of ohaYaotor honesty of purpose iind groat ness ho declared was the pride of oans I that Cleveland had that the other notions in tho world might be forced In to monetizing it Abolitionists Celebrate the twonty eighth anniversary of the issuingof the byPresident Lincoln the second annual reunioo oftbe began hero The nieu and who have been devoted to the agita tion AY H iHixny delivered an address of Hon 5iodorJck Douglas who asiically rocplved I n a sptltoch r In closing lie declared was luvraee problem in this and thf onjly1 problem Nation live up to thosolli on whichltj had after iiooii iuul evening woro in letters iVfrbm tho old Abolitionists MiZRER JELLS HIS STORY The Ministers Official Aeeount of tk Barrundia Tragedy THE REBEL PROMISED A FAIR TRIAL Mizner Instructed Captain Pitts as to the JLaw and Tjeft Him to Act on His Own The Guatemalans Bad Faitih p imittee fto my RoadiikR jury clecWod of the signal hi uri on tbocoal train wbo fof tho traini follow WASHINGTON Sept Dispatch Francisco Chronicle official report of Minister Mizner together with all thoattendant facts concerning the shooting of General Barruudia on board the Pacific Mail steamer will be sent into the House of Representatives cither today or tomorrow Minister Miz nor says in his report that several official depositions aro lacking and he has made ap plications for themto tho Guatemalan Gov ernment and expected to forward them to tho United States by the Livingston mail which left Guatemala on September 3rd I am ablo to send a pretty complete synopsis of tho report in advance of the official pub lication tells tho story of Barrundias at tempt to raise a force in Mexico against Guatemala his imprisonment and release under a promiseto leave the country He continues withthe story of the first at tempt to take Barrnndia at Ohamperico which failed because Captain Pitts of the refused to give birn up After this a letter was sent by the Guatemalan Minister of ForeignAffairs Sonor Francisco Anguiano to the United States Minister re porting the refusal of Captain Pitts to de liver up Bariundia while in Cumperica and asking Minister direct Pitts to glvo up his tho arrival of tho Aoapuico at San soul no immediate written reply to this letter but calledupon tho Guatemala Minister of ForeignAffairs at tho Govern ment Lalaco and had a long interview with that official Mo told the Guatemala Gov ernment that It would bo time enough to give a categorical to the letter when tho arrived at asked for a fuller explanation of tho reason why Bamimlia bo arrested and called attentionto the fact that Guatemala was then under Dr AnguiarioassuredMizner that Barrun dla would havea fairtrialand be justly dealt with Ho was assured that tho Gov of 0 via to treacherous designs against the life of Barrnndia and that thoy had no desire to put him to death nor would they continued Senor Anguiano you must know Mr Minister that Guatemala is sore beset with On era ios on all sidos Just now and she must do all she can to protect herself against Barrnndia is an en emy of his own county andthis Govern ment would its duty word it to allow him to continue his machinations against Guatemala in tbelr power to prevent It The United States have been doing all they can to preserve peace in Central Amer ica and it hardly seomsprobablo that they will allow thai peace to become again jeop ard by allowing Barrnndia to escape by obstructing our elTiorts to protect our Miznor accepted the assurance of the Guatemalan goyprriinent and said the mat ter would havb his attention when tho at Jose The Acapulco arrived at San Joso the next morning and Mizner received a dispatch from Captain Pitts appealing to theMinis ter for advice and protection Minister Mizner replied to Captain Pitts telling him that bis vessel wasin Guatemalan waters and iu all that waslawful within the jur isdiction authority if the latter had demanded tho arrest of any ono charged with having oiTonded against the laws of the power to to arrestsuch offenders Tho laws of nationsplaced thOj Acapulco In Guatemalan jurisdiction from the nio mont she was within league of Guatemalan soil Captain Pitts choose to resist authority of Guatemala ho wouldHiavo to do so at his own pleasure and thus render himself amendable txi prosecution and punishment by the Guatemalan authorities for resisting the oxocutiun of Guatemalan law while within the jurisdictionof that country Be Minister know of no law whtch prevented tho arrest of Barrnddia under the then prosont circumstances While these telegrams wore passing be tween Captain Pitts and Minister Mlaner tbo Guatemalan Minister of Foreign Affairs made a formal demand in a dispatch to Mizuer for To his dis patch Minister Siizhor replied that the Guatemalan Government know their own laws and it was not neces sary for him make any suggestions upon matters trithintheir own jurisdiction If the was in Guatamalan waters tho Guatemalan authorities could exercise their legal rights and ifin order to do so Itshonldbe found necessary to arrest General on board the there was no need for the United raise any objeo tioxi to tho enforcement of Guatonialas laws by the officers of that Government who have boon dulyauthorized But whileso doing ho Mizner would remind the promise to accord full and complete BarruncLia and to avoid extreme measures with him as well AS of bis life This letter was shbwu to Captain Pitts who also received onb ot tho same tenor from Thoii the report tolls of the shooting of Barrundla The officer who camo to take him carried from Mizner and Cap tain Pitts old Barrundia that he must give Mizner lias also addressed a dispatch to tho Departmentpt State complaining very bitterly of tho slack of good faith on the part of thejjGuatemalau Government in all of its dealings wibu the United States and particularly so tn the recent troubles with Salvador and in the Barrundia case Mr Mizner expectsto supplement bis report with further details which should arrive V ENGLISH iVKMOB BATTERED An Eightintli Shell Demolishes the Plates Sept shots from an fired tbis morning attlie naval proving grounds unr Tracy and the nickel plate armor for naval are ITnoliisb armor The plate stopdtlip tesUasit did test last weekHtieVbest ot English The Englishpiato was shattered threeinch steel carriQdjfrbni The shot thoiron A PATHETIC CASE General Griersoiis Insane Son Pound in a Pitiable PlighL ST LOOTS Sopt Dis Francisco Chronicle General Griersons insane son has boon found About a week ago BrigadierGen eral Grlersou arrived in irom Los Angeles California in search of lus son who had made bis escape from a private iu sane asylum nt Jacksonville III Uo spent several days in St Louis then went on to Jacksonville Yesterday eveninc the police were noti fied that an insane man was terrorizing the vicinity of Vandoventbr Avenue and Piuo street The fellow pursued women and children threatening to kill them At the statlonhouso the man gave bisname as K G Kirkpatrick He was barefooted and bareheaded with torn trousers no shirt and but half a coat Ho shivered and moaned as the cold wind struck his tender llesh He could give no intelligible account of himself and was locked up for the This morning it was discovered that the prisoner was General Griersons son The unfortunate man is deranged from stucly lie was remarkably bright in his younger years and secured an appointment ta the West Point Military Acrdomy lie was unable to finish thoprescriijed course on account of brain troubles and returned homo Soon afterward ho became violently insane A SHORT LINE WRECK THE TEBRIFIC CRASH OF GKR AND FREIGHT TKAINS One Man Instantly Killed Two Train Men Bediicod to Splinters 10LLETS BOT NO DOLLARS 1 FortuneHunting Chicago Villain FiileHVith Lead TBAG1C TERMINATION A FEOD The Burchell Trial i A Robber Returns Stolen Money j With Fiendish Husj Young Thiefs i Record of Crime NAMPA Sept to TRIB big wreck occurred on the Oregon Short Line about three miles west of Nampa tonight Afreight wain broke iu two unknown to the engineer and the freight train with the caboose rau down tho grade at a rapid ratft The night east bound passenger rnnningwith great speed ran into the caboose and freight reducing tho caboose to kindling wood tho rest of tho freight cars into tbo ditch Tho passencor engine was badly damaged and the baggage car splintered Engineer Kaiser was severely The wonder was that he was not killed The fireman was badly scalded One man Put Boyle living at tho mouth of Boiso was killed Howas iu tho caboose ofthe freight train and was found in the wrobk horribly mangled The body was taken to Nampa for inquest All the passengers wore severely shaken up 1 Prank Coffin tho KcpublicariAiomlnee for State Treasurer was on board tho passenger on his way to Boise City Both iiroman and engineer remained at their post Engineer Kaiser though severely hurt about the head on being brought to the car ignored his own wounds and inquired whether any ono on the train was hurt He said tlioro was no light on tho back part of thecabbose i and the train was coming around a curve and he see tho freight An corsiou train from Boise to tend the Reptiblicanrally and listen to Dubois had to go back The wreckwill not bo moved before tomorrow noonat the earliest IMPORTANT Dynamiter Jaly the Victim of a Police Plot LONDON OBrien has written a letter to the secretary ofthe John Daly Amnesty Committee sayingthat he has beoii for some time in communica tion with an Englishman of in Birminghamwhohas discovered start ling proofs that Daly was the victim of a plot organized by Irish police emissaries under authority of tbo chief constable of one of the principal cities in Ireland Tho chief constable OBrien says has made a full confession and the statement has been sent to Homo Daly is serving a sentence of life impris onment for dynamiting Portugese Republicans Shot Doivn LONDON Sept advices from Goa India state that eighteen persons were killed and fifty wounded in the election riot ab that place by Portugese fired bu a crowd of Kepublicans Tho Portugese residentsof Bombayhave resolvedtoap peal to England unless Portugese Gov ernment redresses the grievances A Bad Failure LONDON Sopt the Capo of Good Hope Bank report the deficit in addition to tho fully paidup capitaland reserve fund amounts to The re port recommends that a first callbo made upon the shareholders for par share payable in ten monthly Argentine Affairs BtraNOS AiTWES Sept Boca states that the willprovide for the payment of interest on provincial loans It Is Congress willoim pose strong protective duties A drought the stock are dying in large members A New Gun Tested MAODABUBG Sept were made today with anew quick of 53 centimetres calibre in the presence of officers from Aaferica England Eussia and other countries Franco was not repre sented minute were fired arid the a great success Bismarck in Politics Sept in an inter referring the prospect of his re turning to public life said a seat in the Reichstag entailed regulat attendance and the discomfortof hotel life but in the upper bouse of the Diet liemight appear whenhe chose didnot intend like a beary tp lick his paws during tbo winter The Sydney Strike SYDNEY Sept The P and O steamer Carthage on tinie The prospects of aconference between ployers and the are more favorable not expected that exe cute itsextreme threats V The Chinese Encroachments x ST PETERSBURG Sept says China Eaikil trade that the Governor tricthaspetitioned Russiato prohibitthe immigration of Sept antislavery coji ieronce Keller welcomed urgiQdthe con gross to arousesuch tlife CHICAGO Sept a fatal street affray between brothersinlaw ended a re markable contest for a fortune of Alfred Kichiner several years ago was the husband of a noted brothelkeeper Not withstanding this and his unsavory record Richiuer succeeded in clandestinely working himselfinto thegood graces of a daughter oi a wealthy Hour and feed dealer named Kcssler Upon Kesslers death tho daughter who seems to have beensoinowbatsimulemlnded disposed her attachment for Elchiner The instant opposition of the family to any rec ognition of that worthy resulted in the elopement of the couple to Montreal Rlch iuer later went through the form of secur ing a divorce from th 3 brothelkeeper and having his marriage with Miss Hesslor legal ized They then returned to Chicago and aieuo was soon engendered between Eichiner and his new wifes brother The latter accused Itichincr of being actuated solely with a de sire to lay hands on the fortune of his sis ter Legal struggles and personal encounters between Kiehiuer and young Kessler have boon frequent Recently it is said Richi ner failing in his efforts to get at the ICesrtler patrimony has threatened to kill every member of tho family Tonight lie met young Kessler on State Street and at tacked him ivitli a cane Kessler drew a revolver and fired several shots into Kichi ner s body indicting fatal injuries Kessler gave himself up and said that ho had been advised to arm himself by the city Chief oi1 Detectives and his attorney General John C Black The affray took place In a crowded part of State Street and for a short time created a wild stampede THE BUKCHJSLL TRIAL Last night the people living near tho residence of W L Convene of Colchester were aroused by cries and groans evidently from his house A crowd soon gathered and bmke into tho house There they met a horrible sight Tho fiendish husband had his wife a brido of six weeks suspended by tho oars the blood running down the sides of her faoo Groat patches of tho young hair which had been pulled out by tho roots were strewn on tho floor Consenc was obliged to ileo for his life as tho neighbors started to lynch him This morning he surrendered to the officers and was brought to this city and jailed Train Wreckers Foiled WIXDSOK Sept 22 It has been learned that dynamite cartridge was found fastened to the Michigan Central track Saturday afternoon and removed just ten mi miles before the limited express came along It contained enough explosive to have blown tho whole train to pieces THE AUSTRALIAN SAVED Dig joe Mended to Wipe the Earth With Skvia BOT THE POLICE ARRESTED THEM BOTH Some Evidence Produced by the Prosecution WOODSTOCK Sept trial of Burchell for the murder of tho young Englishman Benwell began horo this morn ing Tho prisoner was faultlessly attired and perfectly selfpossessed A plea of not guilty was entered The work of choosing jury was concluded at noon The counsel for tho prosecution then made tho opening address setting forth the chain of evidence on which a conviction would bo asked One of the strongest points mado by the counsel for tho Crown was in reading a let ter from Burchell to Colonel Benwell which has not been heretofore been published In it Burchell says in part Ho BenwollJ has decided to join me as he has found all satisfactory I think we shall makoa good business together The firm showed a good profit last year The best way is to place the money in our joint hands Your son is Tthink writing by this The letter also minute descriptions how to send money and said that subse quent letters would bo typewritten ConsulOstler said this plainly a motive for the murder as Colonel was to pay if his son became satisfied with tho also claimed was Buichoirs scheme to send type written letters to Colonel Benwell as com ing from his son and to bleed the father William McDonald said Burchell camo to him as a farm pupil being then known as P ASomerset Ho stopped at McDonalds farm ono day and then went to Woodstock saying thatno was not enough up to such work McDonalds testimony threw consid erable new light on tho pupilifarming busi He admitted that he was the agent at foiFord Bathbone Co of Eng land who sent pupils to places on farms the f armor getting bonus and tho agent 335 McDonald contradicted himself a good deal Douglas Raymond Pelley the young Englishman who accompanied the Burcbell Beuwell party to this country testified to his arrangements with Bnrchell to enter into a farming partnership in Canada Harebell told him that he had a fariu near Niagara Falls of two hundred in good style etc He spoke of McDonald as his overseer Pelley said that Burchell told bim that Benwell was a nuisance that he would pat him on the farm and get rid of him Benwell displayed much money in New York The trip of Burchell and Ben from Buffalo on the day of the murder and Burchells reappearance alone were told A CONSCIENTIOUS KOBBER He Returns Stolen Funds WitH Six Per Cent Interest BuCKsnLWJ Pa Sept fTurBTTKK Dls San Francisco Chronicle A financial transaction took place here yesterday In August 1875 tbo house of Samuel Thorn a prosperous cattle and dealer was entered and taken from a tin box In the attic On the of the robbery of Thornton Charles Martin several others were quietly enjoying themselves in a private room at inE Thornton being an out spoken fellow told his companions about the money and where it was Yesterday morninp Thornton was sur prised by a visit from a stranger who said I came to pay a debt I am Charles Martin It wasLwho stole fif years ago Here is your money with six pelcent interest and my own apology povertyand ill health alone that inade rile commit the He went to Texas and engaged in the cat tle putting aside every year a little sum towards repaying the money be had stolen THIEF He Would Endure Ten Xears Im prisomnent for f1280O NEW rTjUBUNE Dis San ftraucisco remarkable cool crimiixil came out in the Police Court On theexamination of three bell boys of the hotel VendptoA arrested in connection with the the In the box of the phicagp bookmakers Carlao and Sauriders of the bell boys told howHenry chief secured posses sion of the in tbo story referred Se with iie couId Hide and I jaiK Mattuews do It A Whisky Murder BUFFALO Sept22 Frank Miller a wid ower and father of five children today fatally wounded Mrs Marie Kurtz his housekeeper and mother of two children and then put a bullet in his own brain Ho was drunk Two ExCon svcssmeu Dead WASHINGTON Sept ExCongressman Frank L Moroy of Louisiana diod in this city this morning of malarial troubles com bined with brain uffoction Sept William Heilman an exCongressman died this fore noon after a protracted illness FIVE TERRIBLE DAYS Some Say It Was to Keep the Prince of Wales Away and Others That Slaviu Was May Fiijht on the ContineutRaces and Baseball THE FEARFUL StrFFERINGS SHIPWRECKED CREW OF A On a Raft Without Captain Saw His neath tho Waves Food or Wifo Disappear Be YORK Sept Dispatch Francisco Chioiiicte Series steamship of the Quebec Steam ship Company is noted in shipping circles for the number of shipwrecked crews she brings into this port and tho tales of ad venture which tho rescued mariners she brings have to tell But ot all the tales of adventures and suffering she ever brought in none havo excelled that which she broughtyesterday when she arrived from the Bermudas with tho captain and crew of tho brigantino Abbie The Clifford was lost in a hurricane and tho men lived for five days on a raft with no water and no food except two quarts of raisins The aged captain on tho first night of tho hurricane before his ship had gone down saw bis wife torn by a giant wave from tho rigging where ho bad lashed her and washed overboard The people on tho raft wore finally res cued by a ship which had been disabled in the same hurricane and they were St George Bermuda The storm struck tho ship August 30th When tho storm was at its bight tbo masts went overboard leaving the Abbie Clif ford helpless It was impossible to move about and tho captain and his wife with the crew were obliged to lie on deck get ting such shelter and protection from the waves as was afforded rail On three different occasionsCaptain Staler and his wife were washed overboard into tho sea and each time a picked them up and back to the ships deck Just before the ship wont to pieces Cap tain Staver started to crawl along the deck toward the forward part where his presence was needed among the men Hardly had he started when he heard above the roar of the storm a cry for help Looking back Uo saw his wife disappear over the ships side in a big wave and a moment later sho was struggling in thewaves far astern of the Nothing could be done to aid her as the sea was so violent that no boat could live on It and Mrs Staver was too far from the ship reached by ropes A short time after seeing bis wife drown Captain Stover realized that his ship was going to pieces When iv seemed impossi ble for the ship to iiold together for another half hour tbe men set to work and began with loose pieces of spars and wreckage about the deck to build a raft Before they were rescuedthe nieii feared their captain was going to die The only thing they could do for him was to strip off his clothing each morning to refresh and revive him by throwing cool sea water over him The men sought to allay their own thirst by plunging occasionally into the sea On September when hope had been all but abandoned ono of tho men on tbo raft sail and they were soon rescued Sept was arrested at his lodgings in this city Slavin was ar rested on his arrival from his training quar ters at Dover lie was conveyed quietly to the Lambeth police station where both were arraigned and bound over in each to appear tomorrow Richard K Fox of Now York in an interview denounced tho ar rest of Slavin and McAnlitfe as an outrage He said it was not proposed to havo a prize fight but only a limitedround contest with ordinary gloves and there was no rea son why the police should Interfere Both men woro in splendid condition and anxious to havo a fair contest and the police had no reason to anticipate a breach of tho pence Tho fight was nothing but what often occurs openly in Englandand Amer ica Temple manager of tho Ormondo Club said he believed tho management of tho 1elicau Olub was at tho bottom of tho mat ter the fight had bvjon arranged by the fashionable West End club the police would not have iutorfcred In his opinion tbo Pelicans were joaloue and he had expected all along that they would try to stop llgJit Ho did not beliovo there was anything snide about tbc two fighters who wore both anxious to soo which was tbo better man THB TNSPSCTOUS JVfSTIFICATTON court tho Police Inspector iustifyJiiR the arrests said it was to be a gonuiuo prize light Ko produced copy of the irtlcles and said tho gloves as exhibited in the win dows of the sporting paper smaller than ordinary gloves and were thinned around the knuckles Tho secretary of tho Ormondo Club says the gloves were ordinary boxing gloves aud the contest to be strictly In accordance with QuiiensbiVry rules No breach of tho law was intended lie added that the police had been incited to make tbo arrests by jealous enemies of the club The inspector denied that tho police had been so incited The magistrate directed tho police to pro ducc the gloves before finally deciding as to the illegality of tho light He added that if the prisoners should venture to proceed with tho fight he would deal with them CONGRESSIONAL PROCEEDINGS A Bier Tree Court Democrats Present WASHINGTON Sept Senate passed a number of bills on tho calendar including the Senate bill to change the boundaries of the TJncompaUgre reservation That is a modification of the bill having tho same title which was vetoed by the President the Senate bill relative to the Kancho Punta do JaLaguna Plumb offered a resolution which was agreed to calling on the Secretary of the Interior to report whether lands granted the State of California on by the act of June 30 1864 tho Yosemite Valley and Mariposa Big Tree have been spoliated or otherwise diverted from the public use contemplated by the grant The joint resolution proposing an amend ment to the Constitution 5n relation to tho manufacture importation exportation transportation and sale of alcoholic liquors was reached and Blair called for a vote Cockrell asked that the cowiuiMcc reports be read reading occupied what was left of the hour assigned to the calendar and no vote was taken on the resolution The Senatethen resumedconsideration of the bill to define aud regulate the jurisdic tion of the courts of the United States the pending question being on Daniels amend ment extending the jurisdiction of the Su The suddenness of tho arrests prevented the defendants fromobtaining counsel To morrow the legal question will bo argued At a meeting of tho Ormonde Club to night it wtis decided if an adverse decision is rendered that the match will bo decided on the Continent SATE SLAVIJT A special cable to the Police Gazette says Many rumors are bcingcirculated about the light Billy Madden McAulluVs trainer claims that Slavin is afraid of tho American and believes lie did not want to meet him A wellknown American says tho ar rest of McAuliffe is duo to the fact tbat Blaviu has trained off and those who backed him had tho American arrested to save their money Critcb ton Temple of tho Ormonde Club attributes McAullffos arrest to the fact that tho Prince of Wales was going to tend the fight At a meeting of the Pelican Glub today Lord Lonsdale and Richard of New York decided rather than see the match fall through they would If the authorities prevented it nut up between them the same purse offered by the Ormonde briog tho fight off on Continent WHAT MIGHToHAVE BEEN McAuliffe and His Trainer Had Sure Thing LONDON Sept San Francisco Chronicle and Madden were out for a mile spin yes terday In Regents Park MeAullffe looks the picture of health I never folt in my life Please send a message from mo to my friends in California that I intend to bring home the laurel wreath If I dont win tomorrow nigbt it will be because I am not able We are looking for a fair ilghcand no Madden expressed equal confidence in McAuliffe You may tell all in he said to put all their money on aicAuliffe I never trained a man who comes to the scratch in a bettercondition Tomorrow night be will be able to whip any man alive who is competent to step Into the prize Slaviii arrived in Londoo last night Ho was met by his enthusiastic backers who are equally confident of At any rate there seems to be no doubt that Hc Aubffe will have to face as able a man as ha ever met Your correspondent Js assured from all inquiries that the American fighterwill be given a fair chance If the present arJ rangements are carried out the men will be in the Tng by 11 oclock Maddenhas found vhai tbt Americans who talk about cheap living in England are men who nothing about what itcosts to live here It is his experience as it is every Americans whi has made the that for rela tive comforts in living it costs far more England than in America Training prize fight precludesall luxuries or chancea for squandering money Madden i says the cost for the plainest diet for McAuliffe hero j i 1Vil n 1 fk WT preme Court whichwas rejected doubie the price in New Vest offereda substitute for the bill proTrgpisco posing three divisions of the Supreme Court I Ui I3jl of three Justices Chief Justice to make assignments to those divisions that all final decisions of these divisions be con sidered bythe shall re quire the concurrence Justices Vest did notiusiston a voteou his amend ment arid the reported Committee Whole to the Senate which went into executive session and ad journed without disposing of it House and the duly Democrats In the hall the House was called to order The Clerk under the Speaker the ittpproval of 153 Pridaysjournal The vote naysnpne no A call of tbeHduse hundredand fiftynine Railways Conductors flTiooii ri j intact V ir as George ber of I Vv THE TOKJC BETS YOHK Sept New York there has been some betting on the fight The bulk of the money is on Slavin Kelly the umpire and starter bet eyeir oa Slavin with Hoss of Parlor Match fame Tom Early of Boston bot 5600 against S500 OQ the Australian with a sporting man from the Hub Dave Holland waged the atheatri cal ON THJS K Winners Sept Beach Tipstaff Mabel Glenn Mile and hist Tom Donohiie Mlss   

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