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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                V CIRCULATION EXCEEDING THAT ALLTEE OTHER DAILIES ix I CITY COMBINED THE MOST EXTENSBVK BEST ABYERTISLM MEDIUM ROCKY REGION VOL 249 LAKE CITY UTAH 37 1890 PRICE FIVE OEKTS HE OLD WORLD The Counsel for the Crown Still Speaking at RUSSIAN PRISON REFORM ANNOUNCED Female Prisoners to Be Given Soli tary Conlincincnt Instead of the Horrible Story From Captives Be headed Sept The utrects of Tlppo rnry were thronged with people till a Into honr last night discussing the exciting of tho flay Tho situation this morning waa much more tranquil than yes terday Tho streets woro mill thronged with people laboring under suppressed excite ment but there has ijcon no collision with tho polledTho authorities aro taking Bpeelal precautions against tiio possibility ol an outbreak A detachment of soldiers are assisting tbo police in maintaining order Tho session of court was of short duriv tlon thin morning Tlio presiding magis trate amAjmced that It would bo Impossible to go oo with tbo oaseus the Judge of tho county court required tbo building Jt would bo necessary to adjtfurri further pro ceedings until theaftornoon Before tho magtttrato ooiilcl declare tho court adjourned Timothy Ifouly HP rang to his foot arid In the name of tho defendants offered an earnest protest against adjourn ment U was not right ho urged tliat the magistrates In suoh a caste should suit their actions to tho convenience of tho county eourf Tho judge of that tribunal nhould bo thoono to yield of Insisting on the letter of his rights in tho promises ffealys protest was unavailing soon as ho resumed his seat court was adjourned until afternoon When couvt reopened In the afternoon Uonan proceed with Uie statement of tho Crowns case against the accused men Fie read lonj extracts from speeches made at various Nationalist since tho Inauguration of tho plan of campaign 1 William OMtrion thalllugly roinlndcd Konan that his ship was to sail for America Tuesday no x t When court adjourned linn a ii was still spuaUing Timothy flarrlngton protested against tho course being pursued by prosecu tion His protest however had no olluct upon the court and tho of tho prosecution will It Is generally believed bo maintained to tho ond of the trial John Morloy dopavtod today for Y GRIEF A Demented Mother Exlmrncft tho JJody of Her Dead Child fTuniONi Dispatch San Jirnrioisco A horrible ilocd of agrlofdornontod mother was made public today Helena Mueller tho wife of a ntatftanv noar this olty lost her only child a boy two yoara old by diph theria In February iast after an illness of only ono day Tho suddenness of the death appeared to panilyxo tho motuers brain and make It entirely Impossible for her to that tho child was dead she lias dovoied almost every hour of the day to flitting on tho babys grave holding imaginary conversation with tho dead One morning jvweok ago the sexton discov ered that tho grave hud boon opened the coftin lid taken off and tho body stolen by tho mothor who had taken it to her homo wrapped it In a shawl and hoi trunk BuTlng tho day she had taken It out and caressed It and ivjs night while her husband alopt she had taken It to bod with her and endeavored to infuso warmth Into1 It lA JHTS8IAN Solitary Confinement Instead of the IJasb for Women ST PKTKRSBtma Sept TRIBUNE San Franolsoo Chronicle A reform Is about to ho adopted in the treatment of female prisoners The of tho Department of Prisons to substitute for tho corporal punishment herotofOTO visited upon women a care fullygraded listot punishments nnd soli tary both to take place on tho island of Saghallou Otf the Pacific tho soli tary confinement to bo mousurod by tho number of lashos to which hoc violationbf the rules would entitle her If under the present law she would reooivo one lash ou tho bare back with tho knout tho now rules would glvo her instead ton days of solitary confinement and two days instead of every blow with au ordinary whip C THE STRIKING Ar HARD LINES ON THE LOTTERY Xho Basis for Compromise ranged lytho Conference JtTJDBOURNK Sept of wool ehoarew is not general Th5 scatters pursuing their work and hopo for r break In their agrownont At tho conforonco it was doclflocl subject to tho consent of tho employers that a portion or tho men nonunionists and that ivnion minors shall t worJk fortysix hours weekly at tho wages paid before tho strlkn and sluill refuse to strike at tlio bidding of parties All future disputes between the directors and tninors shallbo rofofrod board of arbitration bvor of tho Snpremo pvosido At a meeting attended by aoo ot the tlve offloora of tho unions n vote of donee In the Striko Conunitteovcas passed Moorish 3Rebcls Beheaded TAXOIKU Sopt Moorish array hik detoattd and routed tho insurgents in tSip district of Ait Shokhman Tho robola losi hoaylly in killed and wovmciod and many wore mado prisoners tho loaders oap tivred Tvevo bohoaded The victorious troops pursued tho insurgents and destroyed sev eral villages The Law Is the Canadian Scheme OTTAWA Sept San Francisco Clirvnitte propo sal of the Louisiana lottery to start a news paper In Montreal in order to distribute in formation In the United States about tho lottery has raised a decided commotion In the Canadian presy The New Orleans company Imagines it can evade tho anti lottery law passed by Congress on tho ground that foreign newspapers must be ad mitted According to advices received by the Dominion Department of Justice Judge Turner the Assistant AttorneyGeneral for the Postoilico Department at Washington holds the postal authorities fire warranted in excluding from tho Ameri can mails under tho antilottery bill news papers wherever published containing ad vertisement of any lottery company In case such power is Judge Turner points out that the lostmasterGeneral of the United States can at once enter into negoti ation wllh tho Canadian authorities fov the purpose of preventing the evasion of tho law now threatened by tho Louisiana company A leading oiliclal of the Dominion Iost ofllco Department said tonight that such action is unnecessary as the Canadian laws cover any contingency might arise The Dominion lottery act passed four years ago provides a lino of for printing lottery tickets If tho Louisiana company attempts to defy tho law Parliament would readily increase the penalties A JUDICIAL OUTRAGE CIGAIIMA1C1CRS SENT TO THE PENI TiSNTIABY FOIt STIUKING UHZ of tlio Manufacturers tion is tho Supremo Inw of Blnjfhain Men and Arrustcd N Sept Francisco Chronicle Series There Is at tho present time being carried on In this beautiful olty a travesty of jus tice a malappllcatlon of judicial procedure which lias aroused a public sentiment dooldodly alarming to tho friends of good order For tho of golngon a strike to maintain wages at a dollar a score of native olMxons male and fomalo oiRar makorn have boon arrested and five sent to the penitentiary while warrants aroout for tho apprehension of forty others Those already incarcerated each on a warrant alluding an avoraso of seven toon offenses of picketing shops have boon hcIU In the unpruccdontod and prohibitory fiiirn of for oach ollotiso nllogod Throe and a half millions of dollars of ball was required from pooplo for tho of go jnyijuacoliilly to strike against a reduction of wjifics to a point helow a dollar a clay Blrighiimtori Is tho soconcl oity In the oC New York In Importance In tho cigar maklnj JtuUiHtry there are soventocn largo manufactories bore each employing hun dreds of young men and young women So wealthy have tho concerns grown that they virtually own and do tho They control both political parties and their bidding Is done humbly and submissively by those in olliclal authority Tho aevon teon manuLncturors arc Into tho RinghauiIon Cigar Manufacturers As sociation of wlticli Itonry Jackson Is presl clorit TUo police aio la abject fear of the poworCul asaoolatlon und are obediently Kirls and mon by the wholesale Tho oldjail built more than thirty years ago was mado to acobmodato fifteen or six but today there are twenty prisonerscrowdedin there and arrests are said to be ordered The town is all eltoinont Klve of tho strikers have boon railroaded to tlTo Albany penitentiary eaph under sentence of 100 days for doing picket1 duty in a street noar tho factory THE WOODSTOCK Crisis in Oklahoma Sopt 26 The fail ure of Bank Wednesday caused n today on tho Commercial Bank neftfly caused it to close Its doors Roliof caiuo frpra other points and the bank tided ovor the crisis A Cyclone in Algiers Spt dlgpatoh ITOTQ Algiers says ft cyclone lias swept over a largo portion bl Algeria doing an Immense amoiint of A Commoner Dead Sopt Alfred John Fjrnncls Egorton mnrnDerot the House oi Commons for Eccles dlvisloR at Lancaster T Byan asecl instantlykilled tornlght ia contact A with an The Prosecution Hosts and Bur choirs Witnesses Testify WOODSTOCK Sopt Crowell of Eastwood was tho first witness today Slio testified that on February ITtlvsho wont to tho station to moot sonic friends who who were to oomo iu on tho 8 oclock train Sho mot Buroholl corning from tho Brantford road to tho station His shoes wore muddy and his trousers rolled up He entered the station aud bought a ticket for Hamilton Sho had no doubt as to his iden tity with the prisoner James Hayward of Eastwood testified that ho was at tho station on tho day in question and saw Miss Smith there Ho also saw Buroholl with his trousers rolled up Jonos a porter at Eastwood sta tion corroborated 11 ay wards ovldonco as did Mary Swaizo also Throe witnesses familiar with tho swamp testifiedthat thoro is no such trail as re ferred vto in former evidence as loading from second point to tho finding of tho body a bvakoman on tho Grand Truii road swore positively that ho saw BuiOhcll sot on at Eastwood and saw him last at Niagara Falls Aftor throe witnesses examined Ostler said this the ovldonoo against tho prisoner Tn tlvp afternoon tho witnesses Cor thodo Kobb heard two shots in tho swiunp about after saw a man como out followed by another A neighbor the Burgh saw two mon east on tho Ho taok his vagon to appoint oppo from whence they wont QLI NoUhor of thorn was tho piisoiior said two mon called at his house at S oclock In tho morning of the IStli saying that they woro goingto Prhicoton to buy horses and missod their way James Atkinson said two mon plying tho Calrtwell and Bakor oallodat his hotel earlyon tho morning of the UOlih and askotl Saiuuol said and at his houso on before tho found Thootihor witnesses tea tliliiid that they had thought the body was thatofftaaauwho had boon aboutSvWoudstook but novwero not so sure A HO3TOKED AStanza on Ikfis Logan by the I Poet Soot JDis Chronicle Mrs John who arrived to day britigs with her a visit to Boston and its vol uraeof pooxns by tho poet a briof stanza in his on the fly It is u high and graceful trib to tho of tbegreat general ancWas written by Wh ititlor d ur Ing a call in ado on It is as follows Whdt shall I say of hcrwhoby Logftu walked in tVhosofaith doubJopower To his strong arm Save thathe namo Avith his shall throughput agratcf u vorsation sppko of he dlsbussed both the eyonts ot oljoarncss quite able It see a ludn sp f iir taking suoh THE All Pointein Wspnte Settled fey THE MTARSFF COMMISSION DROPPED A Revenue Gutter Sent After plers and Mammoth Tree Silver Quota Filled Property Bill WASHTNOTON Sept Taitvaxs Dis Francisco Chronicle The Treasury Department tries bard to maintain secrecy regarding the mission and destination tho United States cutter which will sail from Port Townsund Washington in a day or two with sealed orders Notwithstanding these evasions tho truth Is known The tvWol cotcs mission when sails fromj Port Townsend will bo to accomplish three pur1 poses incidentally she will look out for seal poachers and make arrests of any poachers that may cross her course She will endeavor to intercept opium smugglers noar tho border and look out for a threat ened influx of Chinamen now returning from the canneries in British Columbia and who will endeavor to slip into the Unioed States For more thana year thoTreasury De partment has had a force pf special agents at work iu British Columbia and tho State of out for opium smug gle is and contraband Chinamen A communication was recently received from tbo chief of thespocial agents slating that several hundred Chinamen now em ployed in the v canneries at Jnnoau and otherpoints in Alaska and also in Brit ish Columbia will come southward October when tho bamilng season js qver and a great many will doubtless nmkow an ollorfc to cross the border into tho United States It Is to prevent tills Influx that the Is ordered TUB TArHlUVAailtiGMBNT S WASHINGTON Sept 20 f Associated ten days ot hard work tho confer ence onthe Tariir bill corn ploted work late and reported tho result to tho cpinmlbtop They had to deal with 404 amendments In more important items thg vosults of the commit tees action wore as follows Tho date when tbo bill takes effect is October ith Fobrnary 1st noxt is fixed as the ultimate date upon which goods de posited In bond before October Isi may be withdrawn at tho old rates of duty Tn tho caSD of sugar the conference In tbo place of a uniformbounty of 2 cents us provided by tho House included rnaplu sugar and adopted the following provision On and after July I and until July 1 1005 paid from any moneys in tho Treasury not otherwise appropriated under tho provisions of section lie vlsod Statutes to tho producers of sugar testing not less than ninety degrees by po Inriscopo from beets sorghum or sugar or from mupio sap within the United States a bounty of two cents per pound and upon such sugar testing loss pliari ninety dogrcos and not loss tlinn olglity dogroos a bounty of one and threoquiviiior cents under such rules and regulations ras the Commissioner of Internal Rcvenno with the approval oC the Secretary of the Treasury may prescribe In tlio case of imported sugars thoH ouse lluo of sixteen Dutch bolow which sugar shall bofroo is adopted but on Uie higher grades tbo result was a com promise as sugars above 10 In color shall pay a duty of llvetonths of one cent per pound provided that all sugars above No 16 in color shallpay onetenth oC ono cent per pound in addition to the race herein pro vided for whoh pxpbrtod from or liho pro duct of any country when and so long as such country pays or shall hereafter pay dlrootly or Indirectly a bounty on each portion of any such sugar which may bo Included in this which is greater than is paid on raw sugars of lower saccharine strength and tlio Secretary of the Treasury shall proscribe suitable rules and regulations in carry tho provision into effect arid provided further that all ma chinery purchased and erected in boot sugar factories and used in the pro duction of raw sugar in States from beets produced therein shall be ad mitted duty free until the 1st day of July provided that any duty collected on the abovo described machinery pur chased abroadand importedin the United Stated for tho uses since January 18lMi shall be On gluoosp thpHousovato of threefourths of a uout per pound is retained whereas tho Senate provided that the sugar schedule and tbo bounty provision woie to take effect March 1st next the upon Aptil 1st as the date ofopuratiou with a proviso that No sugar may be mpaiitimo roiinud without In tbooaso bffrosh qr froxdn fish from American lislietlos liiatle ilreo by both houses tlio coiifereYico has Imposed a limita tion They must bo caught by American vessels in fresh aro made duflable at threefourths of ono cent per pound 7 a and Sen ate rates On binding twine rate Is fixed at sovontenthsqf one cent but on other ma nilla cordage the rates arc advanced from 1 cents to pound more than was agreed upon byelthor house All of the paragraphs iiisprtod Senate providing foravCiistbms Coiiimis slon were stricken ovit by tho conference tho case of glass bottles where the1 Senate rod u cert the ratos the conference the mbdiuni Jlxing the rates 6u sizes iibovu one pint and inoro at por pound and on smaller sixes down to quarter and on sixes be low at 50 couts per gross On plain pressed glassware a single per contls adopted instead of the hlgliei1 comypiind House rate aud the same is done in tho case cut and decorated Tbo 4f per cent House rate struck ouffby tbe Senate on ohehilcdl glass wareis Sixty per cent isfixed for thin and heavy globe glass instead of tbe Hbuae rates struck out by the ami so iiroase of porcelain un I fornv ctihtrateris established un polished crown and window LWhore reckic tlon of M oheffpuith cent the conference adopted V medium or otieeighth cent ductibn aVSyepas theiSeuato provision that each box the cent per pound on rboS1 contained cpppuris rate lower by onetenth of a pound Is retained oh grades 1 310 cents in value and above that the higher House ratio prevails On iron and steel bars or plans coldrolled or blued tbe higher House ratesare retained Nickel in matte or other crude form is re stored to the free list Nickel oxide and al loy in which nieUel is of chief value 10 cents a Zinc in blocks or pigs 1 cents a pound Manufactures not especi ally provided composed wholly or in part of iron steel lead copper nickel pewter zinc gold or any other metal 45 per cent ad valorem ta the case of boards and lumber ofwhite piue the Senate rate of is adopted and the provision for the retention of tho old duty to cover foreign export duty is retained In the internal revenue features of the bill nearly all the House provisions ware restored The provisions removing all Htiieiions on farmers and growers of tobae regard tothe sale of leaf tobacco are restored and a proviso added that tlio far mer shall furnish any internal officer a statement of liis sales etc A fine of 3500 Is provided Tor a violation of this provision The conference committee out the Senate providing for a tar i IT commission The tax on smoking and u Pictured tobacco and on snnlT is placed 0cents per pound Opium manufacturers upon opium man ufactured in plie United States for smoking purposes and only persons who aro citizens of Uio United Slates are permitted to on cape in its manufacture jj The Senate amendment providing that all Internal revenue taxes shall bccpmo due July is retained The rates established In the wool sched ules where the amendments were made wore as follows Woolen or worsted yarns from the hair of the camel alpaca bv other animals valued above thirty cents a pound two and a half times the on unwashed wool of the first class On woolen or worsted cloths valued at thirty cents a pound three times tho duty on unwashed woel ofthe first class On made and articles of wearing apparel of every doscilpbion made up or manufactured wholly or in part not speciallyprovided for and plushes and other posed wholly or in part of hair of or other ani mals four and imsjhalf times the duty im posed by this act ou unwashed wool of the first class and CO per cent ltd valorem Car puts and carpeting of wool flax or not specially provided for fifhy cents ad valorem The Senate struck out tho visions proposed in the silk schedule of the bill passed by theHouse Other amend ments whielMpsLorc the rates of the present law were made In the liquor schedule the Senate made increaseson various forms oil wines and liquors The House ratios aro restored ex uept on champagne and spirits leavingstill wines and malt liquors at the existing rates of duty A few changes wore made for purpose of insuringadditional security to1 the rove1 nue The Senate action striking duties on vegetable hair rarnfci rhna or China grass was agreed to Tute yarns IJ5 per cent ad vaincmbagging forcolton gunny cloth similar ble 1or covering cotton composed Inwhole or part of hemp flax jute valued at 0 cents or lossa cents a yard and at more than i cents cents a yard All manufacturers of flax or hemp 50 per cent ad vided that until January 1 man ufacturesof flaxcontaining more than 100 threads to tho square Inch shall pay SB per bent ad of The confereesagreed to ro retaliation mak ing change which was in the date made instead of July next Of charges mado in Kcbodules the conferees reports Inthe ag ricultural soft clinic tho House mainly retained on oranges lemons which tho Houso mado dutiable at double the present rate in order Jto affordpro tee tlon and encouragement to tbo planters California and Florida tho Senate reduced the rate somewhat above the The House conferees yielded An amendmentwas added to that of the Senate imposing an additional dutyoMiO pec cent ou packages in which lemons and limes are imported The para graphs inserted by the Senate imposing a discriminating duty of 10 on the tea product of countries east of tho Cape of Good Hope and when imported from countrieswest of the Cape Hope were stricken out Painting aud statuary which tbejHouso placed on tlio free list the conferees decided to return on the dutiable list tit 15 per cent ad valorem The administrativosection ported articles being forbidden en try the business a domestic manufaer turer as fpllows as amended in conference On and after March 1 ISIKU no articles pf chanrlise which shall copy or Imitate the name or trademark of tiny domestic rpanu facburer shall be admitted to erftry at any customhouse United Tho conferees speaking of the elfectpf the bill on the revcuues say believe there Is difference1 between the Rouse and the matter of estimated the and their estimate except revenue provisions of and on that point that ending the receipts from special Ltaxds on theyclass ol to be relievedby the f ronitaxes on tobacco and from snivff of thebilWhp in from snuff twosources an aggregato to abolition of taxes Should make a total nthe in ternalrevenuere ceipts of Itr which gregaic the Thplimlt oftime withia arvangenient1 for en tering into reciprocal j TT f i n MORMOH VOTES WANT Mr Dobois Defines tbe Attitude of His Party ITS RECORD MUST NOT BE The Mormon Question Is Dead Issue While the Saints Obey the Henry Watterson at Boston Prohibition Ticket tural ri v i i i t vv park in Tulsne york wereuntru ing the maminbth oonsulGeneral w approved christens M ArChjbald was C forits Yellowstone today ncactlQable ihe Onboiler and otbeivlplates and steelnew grades lesis rates cciit I5rio of a eentjbe lowi3iO a contper i f Jt1 M BEPpUEEDl todayrenofted abovo abnvo T cents above 10 atioreia cents 45 are to pay duty of frtiirtiiSs Vxf above sheet after Idaho Sept to Fred T Dubois and S 0 Winters candidate 1or District Attorney addressed the people of Boar Lake county this place this evening At least two thirds of tho voters of tho county were preseut and the meeMiiRhas resulted in bringing Republican into line for tho entire ticket and tbo election of Lyons the Republican nominee for the Legislature is fully assured The voters of this county favor tho election of Mr Dubois to the United States Senate and for this reason will support the Republican nominees for tho Legislature T L Underwood candi date for joint Senator with Brigham aud Oneida counties will also receive nearly the entire Gentile vote of this county as ho is a pronounced friend of Dubois Mr his speech referred to the statements of Democratic speakers and the Democratic press that the Mormons were to vote the Republican ticket and I trust that no Republican will tarnish and smirch tho record of tho party by inauy way eu couvagltip any Mormon to vote the Republi can ticket I trust that no Gentile will en courage them to vote cither ticket We havemade a long and constant warfare which has worked out the disfrancbisoment of these people so long as they continue their present practices recognize the tem poral sovereignty pi their Church and re ceive their voting instructions from tho head of the As Ropudlioans wo do not need their votes and so far as I am concerned Iwill state here publicly that shall bo given to tho enforce ment of every penalty for tho violation of the elcctionlaws both State aud Upou question of the settlement of tho Mormon Mr Dubois said our friends in the Democratic party insist that tho Mormon question is a dfead issue In fact tbo Mormons themselves claim that it should uo longer be an issue inpolitics Tho Mormon question will be a dead Issue and will remain such until Mormon people strategy and fraud again attempt to violate the laws now upon the statute books So long as they observe and live and act within the lawstho question need not be revived but so surely as they attempt to violate the law the question will not and cannot be cousid erefl a dead Issue in our Dubois showed tip the record of the Democratic party in Congress on the dis franohisement clause of tho State Constitu called upon the Gentile Democrats of Bear Lake who had always beentrue to stand by the National Republican party whicS bad carried out their wishes oh this Mormon question and to rebuke the Na tional Democratic party for attempting to fasten Mormon domination upou the people A Prohibition Ticket GRAND FOUKS Sept last night the State convention of Prohibitionists and Farmers Alliance endorsed the Repub licannominees for Congress Lieutenant Governor Insurance the Democratic nomiaeesforSecretary of Superintendent of Instruction and Railroad Commissioner and nominated for Governor JWalter Mulir Auditor if P Dickinson Treasurer K 1 Newand AttorneyGen Young Railroad Commissioner Evra Turner Watterson at Boston BosaON Sept audience gath ered at the Massachusetts Reform Club to nightto greet Heriry Watterson of the Louisville who delivered an Address on the political of the day including the Tariff bill and Elections bill THE DAVITT EXPOSURES OBonoyan Rossa Admits That His Papers Were Stolen NinrYoKK Sept Dispatch Francisco CJirnmcfc The made by Michael Davitt inliis the Labor World in re spect to the dynamite explosions inLondon were brought to ODonovan Rossas atten tion He was asked if it was true that jRed Jim JMcDerrnotthad stolen his private papers and delivered them to the British as alleged ilt is saidODonovan Rossa that my papers and they by Irish spy who Is now in New York City I would not say tbatMcDermott per stole the papers biitv they were stoleri by a1 man who was connectecl with Mcpermott They were expended in tho cause of Ireland When received Bocker was absent from was In1 1882 Da vitts story M Archibald was ConsulGeneral Employees CnicAGO Grievances Ther general adjust Chicai THE The ouneps ices The linioanft 1 hevto tup pivrct j i iseV s silyferv outices faypiably AT HIS CHEFS MERCY this morning The conferenceistbe result of the grievance session here forthe formulated their askthe Ttiegr 1 coniiiiittee concluded their afternoon until caileci i as at andstiff f How the Tables Were Turned on TTilliam K Vandcrbilt NEvrYoUK Sept Dispatch Francisco Chronicle inter esting story just come from Paris of the sequel of William K Vanderbilts importa tion and exportation of a Frencli rhcf named loseph It seems that when Vaudorbilt quurreJed with chef and dis charged him he suggested that the Frenoh man mighu get suoh balm M his wounded fetuinss Vs he thought he could find in the New York Joseph rightly calculated that the amount of satisfaction he was likely to receive by the means suggested would not bo prodigiously largo Being a patient little man he returned to Paris and waited his It came when Yanderbllt arrived in the French capital A polite riou from a solicitor and a citation upon papier timbre were ignored by the Ameri can At that the minions of the law en raged at the contemptuous slights seized all of the Vanderbllt luggage the Conti nental Hotel Had vhey only levied upou a few stocks and bonds or something of that kind thomillionaire would doubtless havo continued the oven teuor of his way but to bo deprived of his trousers and undercloth ing was too much even forhim However not until Messrs DroxeUlladjes Co had gone security for francs tho full amount of the damages claimed by Joseph were Vanderbilts clothes liberated and there the matter stands pending a decision of tho courts From what is known here of French justice the defendant may safely say goodby to his money JOE LASTED SIX MINUTES ANXIOUS TO GET HOME A KESOLUTTOX TO ADJOFUX CON GRESS XEXT TUESDAY The Conferoncc TarhY Keport Siibmittod and to Bo Dispofiol of at Wruuglo with tho Speakers WASHINGTON Sept tho Tlouso a resolution was passed for tho appointment of asubcommittee of five of tho Worlds Fair Committee to inquire into matters relative thereto and report at the next ses sion Enloo otTercd a resolution stating that it is alleged that the postmaster of tho House has on tbo roll of his employees at S1GO a month a jnau named Bradley who works in tho Government printing olfice that Bradley pays 805 a month to a son of the postmaster who does not work in the postoffice and directing tho committee on accounts to investigate A tilt between the Speaker Enloe and Blount occurred over the Speaker calling them to order for notconfining them selves to tho matter of tho resolution They charged the Speaker with unfairness in re stricting the Democrats to subjects in hand more closely than Republicans The Speaker replied that tho Democrats were more given to transgression than the Republicans Euloe spoke of his resolution of yostor day and complained of having been de prived of the lloor in a parliamentary but rather unfair manner There was quito a lengthy discussion between himself tho Speaker and Blount at the conclusion of which the resolution was adopted Soonafter McKinley brought in tho con ference report on the Tariff bill and it was ordered printed in the record McKinley then gave notice that tomor row immediately after tho reading of tho journal he would call up tho report for consideration and final disposition McMillan said he wanted the time ex tended until Monday but MoKinJcy said the bill as if would bepresented contained all the changes recommended by tho con ference committee As to many features of the points of disagreement had been perfectly understood for weeks and it was perfectly understood what tho Conference Committee recommended The gentlemen on both sides were anxious to got home and he must insist upon consideration tomorrow McMillan thereupon insisted upon a road ing of the conference The reading was not completed at 0 oclock when the House took a recess before which McKinloy offered for reference a resolution for final adjournment of Congress Tuesday next at 2 oclock Senate WASHINGTON Sept Senate Sherman introduced a bill referred to tho Committee appropriat ing for thepurchase1 for tbe use of the Senate of thoMaltby House at the cor ner of New Jersey avenue and B street northwest with the vacant lots on tho north side of it He said the reason why the par chase had been so long delayed was litiga tion as to the title The for tho establish ment of a in the District of Columbia was passed The House joint resolution appropriating for thoipurchase of nickelore and nickel matte lor naval purposes was re ceived from tbe House Cameron offered an providing tbat such nickel ore or nickelmatte so purchased shall bo equitably distributed among tbe contract ors of nickel steel armor plating After debate Halo con sented to allow the resolution to go over till tomorrow Consideration of tho calendar was resumed and bill granting leave of absence to clerks and employees of first secondclass postofllces v was passed On motion of Blair the House bill to amend the importation and immigration of foreigners and aliens under contract or agreement to perform labor wastakenfrom Plumb moved an amendment to tho fifth whichprovides thar the act shall not apply to professional Actors or artists by insertingbefore the word artist tbo words musicalor Agreed to Call moved to substitute for regularly ordained ministersof the gospel the word regularly ordained or consti tuted ministers said that withoutithis amendment tbe bill would ex clude Jewish rabbis Agreed to Plumb1moved to insert aftervthe word theword Agreed amendment that the bill apply to any organizationof artists The bill went over till torruorrow leaving the last amendment unacted upon and the Senaperesumed con sideraliicjh of establish a United States land court Without action the Sen ate Sept Dispatch Chronicle XJierstautyithe thiscity suggests 1S02 spurap of one of have it lowed of The principle same as Gettjtsbtirg couldbe afforded an excellient wonderful idea has of The California Giant a Slaviifs ilauds TWO ROUNDS ENOUGH FOR MAUUFFE The Great American Boaster Toofe to His Heels and Then Laid The Stallion Worlds Record Low ajad Baseball Sopt muchtalkedof j fight between Frnnlc the Australian j champion Joe MeAuliffa the Ainevteau heavyweight pugilist took place at the Ormonde Club at 5 oclock this At oclock the men were awakened by their trainers aud thoroughly sponged down and rubbed and each received a stimulant iu the form of an egg HIDAt about 5 oclock the two principals entered tho ring followed by their seconds On the call of time both znen advanced at ouco to tho cen of the ring Aftor short sparring Slaviu led olT rather low with his right This was returned by one from McAuliiTo with the loft whhsh missed its mark Tho Australian quickly followed it with a pood one from his left Then his right was busy and in some ox changos which followed MeAuliffc bad de cidedly tbe better of It When they broke away MeAuliffo landed a powerful blow ou his opponents chest with bis right but Slaviu promptly retaliated whereupon Me AulilYe came to the ground After Mc Auliflo cameto the ground there was tre mendous chocring in the Australians corner Upon JlcAulifTo rising the two got to gether and MeAnlitTo landed a terrible blow on SLivins face The American was keen to face his man and twice with his xiglit hit him tremendous blows time not being called until MeAulifto left oil with a de cided advantage Tn the second round McAulilTe began with his right ou Slavina face and then quickly got away to escape a determined rush by Slavin Right around tho ring the Australian chased his man who now bocan to cut a sorry figure and when they got close enough Slavin was ouco more strenuous in dealing punishment with his right Aftor the moti closed tho American broke away having a lot tho worst of tho deal On resuming the light Slavin saw his chance Availing himself of it very quickly he went in to ilnish his already beaten mau And lie soon knocked MoAulilTe dowiv with a cleanblow and after waiting his re turn recommenced most vigorously Jt was now ali over with tho Mission he only rose to receive terrific punishment aud going down as soft as pos sible Finally his seconds saw perseverance would be worse tliaii useless and admitted Slann had most effectually Tho announcemejit scene of the wildest ontlxusiasm The light was for and tho Police Gazette championship Tbe Ughr lasted six and threequarter minutes McAnlUTcs face showed marks of In order to bring the contest within tho limits of the law gloves of six ounces in stead of four ounces were used and the number of rounds reduced from thirty to flfteanThe hour of the light was kept a secret inorder to avoid a mob crowding for access and the Ormondo Clubs main door was guarded with tho greatest vigilance by Lows his manager and Start his trainer arrived at the house at 6 oclock last evening WcAulilTo attended by his trainer Billy Madden and his manager Richard K Fox came later and took a shorter rest than his apponent At 1 oclock in the sporting celebrities began to assemble at the scene of the Among them vere Lord Marcus Bcersford Count KJnskicb Hon M Grcvelle Pony Moore Chtirles Mitchell and Charles Archer At 4 oclock tho doors of thegymnasium were opened aud thering ropes speedily surrounded Tbe lighters appeared at oclock and loudly cheered Boih appeared in splendid condition McAuliffe was first to enter the ring lie had for his seconds Jack Burke and Billy Madden Slavin was at tended by Jem Carney and MMcCarthy When the referees took their position and time was called the betting was five to four on Slavin Tho Stallion Kecordl IJowered KANKAKUE Sept lowered the worlds stallion record today Time Faustina lowered the twoyeaiold record in The Races Sopt track wai deep in mud six Druides second Dalmeny third Time Mile and a von Diablo second Time Twoyearolds Lepanto soconii Adventurer third Time Threeyearolds and Tipward Bravo won lilkwm second Granite third Time Threeyearolds and upward won White Nose second Drumstick third Time Five won Eole saoood Bertha third Time Tlie Players Brotlacrhood CHICAGO Chicago and Philadcjphia playedoff their postponed Ramtt today Thevisitors were able to hit Jialdwin A Icaiuro of the Shindigs work at shori 1 aud Husted The National Chicago dropped backintolbird today tho defeating them in a very slow and Cbiciigo 4 Philadelphia 5 Pitchers Hntcblnson The Ainerican Association ST St Louis 15 Athletics 1 Bochester 1 A Called at end of fifth Sept postponed today of ram Tf Brotherhood at Buffalo and Pitts the League at CJeyeland nati and the American tionatCdMmbus 4 V J tv   

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