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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - February 25, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah f ii us SALT CITY UTAH TUESDAY TEBKUAKY 25 1S90 MR PARSONS CASE He Will Be Allowed to Defend Himself WINDOW EXPLAINS MATTERS He Ifo In a Friend of Silver Although OtheiH May VoJ Think Uorhlfl Fair Tie guided SeMJedPftddfiokn and Short Haul Moawure Foli Special IndhIay Commit too has liud for some time pending tinnornl ipliojj of Parsons ti bn Marshal of Utah A suld titday tlut boforo Haul action was by tli conzminltiii Mr would ln alTordi an opportunity to appear and meet tl charges lit tlm cae had nut yttf boi mndo up He added that Um rulo of tl Committee was allnw such hearing George of Salt Lakis Is In thftult Idahos stniggk for is at pres ent waiting on iin ullorf to draw Springe and his omnibus bill nil Mm Irauk Sprlngej upon firiiinllnjc Mexico and Arl wltli Idaho ami Wyoming In to opposition Ilio rnatferor tho uclinlsslon tho northern s will bn in Kopiibiio VfKKK I It K4S Kol PIOSS subject of paraniuinit Inlmesl to COIHO boforo Congress Mils wook will bo tlio by ilio Houso of a situ fur tho Worlds Kilr Balloting will bo tomorrow bill us no uity rotslly ox poets to secure a majority of tlio voton oast on tho Jlrftijbullot It when tho voting will oiui Tho special order of tho House nllots but one day for balloting and according to ho prooodtiro arranged by tho oomtiilUvo In Its roporl on tho bills oach nmnihnr IH to Indicate his clioljo IIH his nairii Is called H will IIUOOH ssyfly bo a slow proocmdlng and not many roll culls can bo had dining the limited tlsno fixed In fcho speolal order I5ut the mana gers of Iho fair bills are pro pa rod for this exigency and will avail themselves of tho parliamentary dovloo of taking a rooess alt the oloso of tho day liustoad of allowing tho House to adjourn the olVoJtof whluh will bi to carry tholeglslatlveday of Monday until tho slto After this has boon done the House wll again turo its iittontlon to llio consUluratlot of tho contested election oasus WOIIIC FOll TIUO This proniLsuH to bo a busy wool In tho Sonato Tho orclor adopted undor tho reso lution of Sherman to consider the pubiL building bills was not exhausted Friday and at ovory possible opportunity liho cnletuliii will bo called with a view to ciourlng of nionsuros oi this ulass Tho Oklahoma Townslto bill will bo up dally during the morning hour until dis posed of which It is hoped will bo boforo tho end of tho woek EvartH has again given that lio will call Iho resolution declaring that It Is competent for thn Senate to cloct a Prosl pont pro cm who shall hold otlloo during tho ploasuru of the Sonato This will doubt less provoko a discussion of oonstltutlonal powers Tho resolution was approved by a caucus of JJopuhlUmn last your was sorlously coiubaljcl by a largo minority It will however be adopted and the Senate will It is nndnrsrood choose Senator Ingalls to preside during tlio ab Soiifo of Vieelrosldenl Morton who with his family will start for llorldn Mareh 8th lo absent a month PitEPAKINd ron TUB Tho ovo of tho gnuul race for tho Worlds Fair has been used by the frlonds of tho I four eontostants In getting Into tho hos posslbio condition for tlio battt and urranglng plans and eon n tor plans with which to roach nny advantage howfwo small that may present itself His on al hands conceded that Chicago will spring 1m io the front and oapturo the firs heat but thoro Is a wido dlvemmce o opinion as to bow many boats it will require for my ono of the rivals to distance Its com petitors Indeed there is considerable speculation as to whether any fair at all wll be held The opposition to holding a fair is gaining ground and many predictMiata for midable array of members will bo round opposed to any fair atall Tho concensus of opinion as regards tho first ballot Is about as follows Chicago 100 or 105 Now York so St Louis 00 and Washington tho remainder depending somewhat upon total number of cast Jfr Is claimed the other cities aro throwing some of their strength to Wash ington partly to deceive theothers as to tho real and partly toestabllsh relations for a credit io draw upon later WASHINGTON Fob now has are Mian those conferred on him by tho bill Jf the bill passed the price of silver would in his ion advance steadily and rapidly The excellent feature of discretionary powei vested In Mm Secretary would be a deter rent on speculation In silver and vrsu with reference fo jiiuvcntlnp Mils rather Mum In any expectation of uslnjc It that It would be proposed Ho however would leave It to the committee In speaking of the objection that the bill made a commodity of sflvor and degraded It from its use as a money metal tho Secretary said he thought this a sentimental Ills pinpost was not to degrade silver but to brln It up as nearly as he could to with sold Ho was con vinced Mint MM rirjisuro would meet all the needs of the situation without the Interests of the country and would ab surplus silver thereby put up MIC prliM certainly and rapidly It answer l a quistlon by Condor ho fluid there wsisiiot any runsuiiablo objection to Including In the IIrst section of tho bill To bonHli Mm si Ivor producers was not Mio only rnotivoof tho bill lie believed In aiding alllrled by the meas tire Hi Miouhl tho wheat raisers of the country were mom Interested than tho sil ver people for the farmers were heavy lowstrt on accjiint of tho depression In silver ttttd Mio operations of the bill would tend to raise Mio prciss of farm productions Jifi rolnajco VVlndnm said would reduco silver below its present value Tho present bill would IncLouso the circulation of tho country to an extent of DliiOSITORY Introduced a bill today to In ovory county of every Stato in an depoHltory under lui of tint Treasury in Mm owners of grain cotton tobacco may deposit products receiving iliinifoi warehouse receipts and Treasury nulcH to SO per of rho not market valnn of tlm deposit Tlio deposits may bo mluomud at any time on paytnutit of the sum advanced and interest at I per centpur annum thousand dullars is appro priated to curry unl thoso provisions TO HKMOVK WjATIIBADS A Miossagu from Irosidcnt was re ived by Uio Senate today recommciullng I ho rojiioval of the Vlarlifsad Indians of Mon taiui to tho Jocko iciscrvation in tho samo Tin SJliVKK Tho pilriulpal fcatiiro of thu Silver bill to roporlod by Senate CwnrnltUjo on nuiKiJ as a substltulo for tho several bills on that subject rofoiTod It aro these Tho Sotrotary of the Treasury isautlior to Incruuse tho purchase of silver bal lon from two to four and a half millions a nonth Tho roniilrctnontof hat tho ooliingi of silver shall bo at a ratu f notloss than two millions a month Is out Che Secretary Is also authorised to pur ihuso gold bullion In imroslrlolocl quantl ios Upon this gold ami silver bullion tlio shall treasury notes of such liwoHilmitlon as ho sliall sou lit to bo ro luonutblo in lawful monoy Iaddook Introducod today in tbo Sonato bill to ainoud tlio In torState Commerce Tho ainotidtueiit Is Intondod to pro Ido roliuf for Mio f armors of tho West who ro unable at present to rnarkot thoir crops n accnunliOf tlio high froight rates prc aUiiigoii tho long haul and which tho1 claim cannot bo roducod without ohiorallxliig nil the shorf haul rates undor tho JutorStato act Thobill provides Unit tho long and short haul clause bo amondod so that in case of in vestigations for infraction of that section tho Oomrnlsslon will bo obliged tocoiisidoi tho coatoi transportatloti and tho facts mid hoarlug upon tho Jiiarket value of tho product aud If It appears that tlio product is ono of tlio necessaries of life and a lower rate is indlsponsiblo in ordor to enable such product to bo traiis market such transportation rate so far as tho longhaul claim is concerned shall bo considered an exception to tho gou oral Tho atnotuimont also provides that th long haul for such product within tho moan Ing of tlio amendment shall bo ilvo hundroc mllos or more by tho routo ovor which th freight Is actually transported A BRUTAL BUTCHERY A Canadian Murders His Entire Family A THIEF FALLS AMONG THIEVES Koinantie Career of a Gay Young Robber Fleeced by Gam Misalliance and Suicide STANNK DK TARADK Canada Feb 21 Dlspiiltth Chronicle bubolsniurdoied his wife noMieiinlaw and two children at Mio vll ago of St Albans today Wlien tho family vero getting ready fordlnno Dnbois maclo JillglitltiK remark about bis wifes cook and Mrs Thlbaulb the mothcrlnlaw old him to got out of tho house if he did not like it Bubals rushed out of the house and did not return in tho coinso of an hour lie had KOno to a grocery mid bought a quart of white Thou ho went the barn and stayed there until drank It all Mild with Jirjuor ho returned to tbe house brandished the empty bottle about his head and said lie would be master of the house Ills wife Mary Heel into the yard in terror but the motherinlaw attempted to take tbo bottlo from him Mils long shouted and struck Mio oldludy on tho head Her screams brought tho wife back Into the bouse and she saw him pound Ing on her mothers head with an For getting her danger she rushed in to save her and was struck down herself with n fearful gash in her head and then JDubois deliber ately began hacking Ills motherinlaw Juto pieces Not satlsUod with hisbloody work he wont upstairs where bis fouryearold buby was in the orudlo Tlio baby was al most decapitated besides having several ovuol outs all over the body His thirst for blood was not yet satisfied and with tho ho went out on Iho road where Joseph Budolpho Dubois his son was playing and struck him on tho head Ho throw fclsoiix beside tho body and started for tho woods When the crime was discovered his wife alive bat died after telling the frightful story Tho whole village turned out to hunt for the murderer butho hud a couple of hours Mio start of and at last accounts ho Jiiid not been captuiecls Ptihols will bo lynched if caught the forgor succeeded in petting on bogus paper from tbe banks In Denver and Trinidad and Albuquerque Now Mexico Mullory then went to New Orleans and boarded a steamer for JSnenos When ho arrived at capital of the Argentine Republic ho engaged the most ex peushe suite of rooms in the leading hotel in the city He bought the finest pair of horses and carriages tho place hired i vulet and uniformed two goodlooking natives for a couohnKui ami footman and posed as a rich English lord Ho secured the friendship of the son and ono of the wealthiest families in the city Ho was invited to their house and there met one of tho loveliest young ladies in the country It was a case of love at flrst sight and tho couple wero engaged to bo married About tills time Mio young ad venturer learned that ho was being pursued by detectives andho led from the city Tust as his funds were getting exhausted ho was arrested His father paid tlio forgeries but he is now likely to go to prison Repetition of Johns towns Disaster house caught fire and the children burned to death Mother and Son Perish SAUNA Feb Baker and her eightyearold son went to tho stable with a lantern last night and accidentally set fire to tho hay Both burned to death AN APPALLING LOSS OF LIFE AVholcealo Infanticide LONDON Feb terriblestory of wholesale infanticide was revealed by the fiiemon at work on tho debris afterthe burning of a house 1u Fursaw Beneath tho Iloor tiie corpses fourteen infants woro found Tbe establishment was presided over by u midwife who with her sister and two daughters were arrested ThirtyFire Men Killed at One Particulars Not Yet Received Children Burned to Death A German Stage Held Up BERLIN lob gang of robbers stopped a mail coach between Sonderburg and FJonsburg offices in charge Into a state of insensibility and then escaped witli the valuables The Result of a Drunken Brawl LOUISVILLE Fob Stringer and Andrew Lane engaged ina drunkor brawlat Grays and killed each Lane was shot and Stringers jugular wassevered Stringer had shot eight men A Young Lady Assaulted FOREST Feb was assaulted in Smith county by an unknown party A young negro named Wise is sus poctcd of tho crime He has been and will bo taken to tho scene of the crime if not lost on tho road HE CHOSI5 DEATH issue of sian da rd silver dollars from tho mints for the woek ended KVbruiry dur ing tho corrwpondliig period of last year Y FlCIKNOSIIll1 TOR StlAVIi Secretary Wlndom was before the House Totniulttoo on Coiiiugo Weights and Men the purpose of Imving an inter Change of iplnlon on the subject of silver coinage with the members of the committee lie cleclarel that his bill was framed to mootiu tho best way ho could tho present flnanehil condition oC tho country He disavowed all charges thattho bill was a makeshift that its author did not bellovo in it and that Itwas brought forward to do feat some other measure Ho suld he was really strong frloud of silver although sorno people did not think so ami he was anxious for some measure that would en hance its value Wlndom took up the objections raised against the bill The llrsfc diftieuUv that of excluding foreigners To moot this ho prepared an amendment to add to the first section making ittho dtiry of collec tors of customs 1o stamp on ovory bar of silver bullion imported the won It also makes it tbe duty of ovory assayer or Tciinor in the United States or any other or firm who may receive bars of sil ver stamped in bars are remehed or refined to stamp the rosult ing bars In ease the bars of silver V stamped foreign aro remelted or retlued I with silver products of tho United States it v shall bo tho duty of such assay or or refiner to stamp on an amount of silver bars will bo equivalent to tho amount of foreign silver melted tho word Tho sumo rule shall apply to foreign silver coins Penalties aro provided for failure to stamp tho bars or for removing tho stamp to pro vent The section shall not apply to silver extracted from imported ores isy processes of smelting amalgamation and llxlviatlon or other motaalurglcal pro cesses used in tho United States tho objection to the sixth authorizing tho Secretary to sus tho receipt of silver bullion when d that tho price is arbitrary tho jrotary far as ivspecnlatlvft concerned tfco powers tho Secretary WUtj INVJCSTIOATK JIKTIfODS In executive session of tho Sonato this af ternoon Mio publication of proceedings of suorct sessions was considered Tho prac tice of lisousslng nominations behind closed doors wascrlliuised by sovoralsonators as unAniorioiin It Is understood howovor In liccordanuo with Dolphri od sovoral days ago it doofclocl to mako iiKiuiry into tlio methods by whioh umvspupws soouro their information cou orning tlio proocodings of oxooutlvo ses sions TUB WORLDS FA til CONTEST UN DED Tho fight ovor the Worlds Fair site is ro gardod us finally settled by tbo notion llouyo today The lending of Now tlmir defeat calmly and and consider It final They say that NowYork clcspilo tbo many draw backs mado fight and now thoy have boon beaten and bow gracefully to tho situation and intend to do what th03 can to mako tho fair a siiocess Chicago tho Now York loaders think him taken a tremendous responsibility on herself Dopow says tonight Tlio most mar velous oxhlbifc of modern times has Just eiosod successfully hi Paris Whatever Chi eago does is to be compared with that If sho equiils it she will mako It a success If suo surpasses It she will mako a triumph Tf sho fulls bolow It sho will bo lioUlrcspon slblo by io Amorlcan pooplo for having as simuKl what sho was not utnuil to I believe howevor that sho will Many St Louis and Washington mon havo tilruady announced that they intend to work for Chicago It Is not believed that tho opponents of fcho fair will oxeeod sixty votes ItIs probable however that a largo num ber of mombers will found in favor of postponing the fair until ISO Tonight the Chicago people aro overflow ing with gladness A Case of TJOVC a Misalliance and and Suicide SYJIACUSK Fob TiuiiriNu Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle John H Browne at ono time clerk in the Canadian Parliament cpmmittod suicide in his room at the WollsHouso yesterday His body was found lying upon the floor of his apart ment Tjy a ohambormaid late in tho af tor noon An empty vial which had contained morphine was tightly clutched in his loft hand and explained tho cause of his death Brownes death reveals a romantic mar rlago knowlodgo of which has boon caro guarded from His mother and sister live at on tho Cana dian sklo ot Niagara Palls Tho mother is very wealthy and Browne was an only son Two years ago a beautiful English girl was taken into tho family as a maid Browne bcoamo infatuated with the girl and she grow to ontortalh a warni friendship for him Ills mother discovered tho attachment and warned him that if ho married tho girl she would not only close her doors against them both but hini at hor death Sho then dismissed tlm girl Soon after this Browno loft home osten sibly to attend to business matters and mot tho glvl in Buffalo whore thoy be came iii an wife girl insisted on rouogiiition by tho family but Browne kopt putting heiollf until ho could do so no longer and rather than do killedhimsblf EVANSTON Feb to most distressing accident occurred on the Union Pacific at Richmond yesterday afternoon at 3 oclock two of tho companys oldest and most faith ful received terrible injuries A westbound freight train which was beingpulled by twoengines was near ing tho Piedmont station when the switch lover sprung causing tho shifting rail to Lip thereby derailing tho head engine Engineer Lew Karr and Fireman Thomas Hpnshaw saw tho danger and inattempting to jump fell in front of tho other moving engine Karrs left arm was literallycrushed to a pulp and his right foot was also badly crushed When picked upbo was wound under tho driving wheels and itwas found necessary to cut his cloth Ing into shreds in order to secure his release from tho perilous position It was found necessary to amputate Karrs arm and at a late hour last night tho operation was successfully performed Firomanllenshaw in jumping also camo in contact with the engine and received a serious compound fracture of his right knee suffering much from loss It is very doubtful if ho can It is thought amputation will also bo necessary in his caso AiFRED BEEVES KILLED Alfred Reeves a youngman employed at tho Union Pacific companys No 7 coalmine atAImy was killed at noon today Ho was driving a train to slope and by some moans was caughtbetween the bars Death resulted almost Instantly PKJCOE FIVE IT e GENERAL P EDWARD CONNOR COMHAKDER LXBERATj MARCHING JfOKCKS THE ARIZONA DISASTER at Ono A TJIIJ3F THIEVES A WAR IX STREET The Family Attempt to Wipo Out the Mayor NEW YOKK Fob TiunuNE Dispatch Sun Francisco A dozon of tho strongest membois of tho Cluing fam ily yesterday invaded the private olllco of Chu Siting Ton the niayorof Chinatown and mado a combined assault on him lie would probably havo boon killed had not a munbor of Chinamen who woro worshiping in tho temple in tho next room rushed in and put the crowd to flight Tho mayor was picked up and his wounds and bruises attended to In tho tho assailants made thoir escape and are now in hiding as tlio mayor recovered he sont for members of tho common council A mooting was held and it was decided to de mand explanations from tho Chung family and half a of Hs members wero sum moned but they refused to appear Tho mayor and ulclermon then went to tho Clilnese Consul to settle the trouble aud take action against the rebellious Chung family Tho pause of the outbreak is an apparently trivial out A sick man applied on Satur day to the mayor for assistance but as there is no placo for sick and destitute Chinamen ho did not know what to do with tho poor man Finally ho remembered that there was a vucuiitroomon tho top floor of Mott street and up thoru ho sent the sick man with a f rlond to look after him an hour after tho pair had possession of tho room half a dozon members of tho Chung family loaded down with household goods camo along Thoy had fronted tho room a few days previous and were about to move in How An Express Robber AVas Fleeced By Gamblers KANSAS CITY Fob dispatch was received here thls Walton who dole from the Pacific Expresscom pany at Dillon Texas has boon captured in St Johns Only was found on ilm The offense is not extraditable Wai on had according to tho detectives stories 300H traveling some time with two gamblers vho it is thought relieved him of a largo jortlon of his One of hem was arrested at Montreal couple of lays ago with in hispossession It is indorstoocl that Walton was preparing to go o Eurbpo from Halifax and that tho gain lers woro propiirlug to rob him before ho took fcho steamer HOW THIS OAMBLEIIS TLEKCJiDlirM ST Fob tho express robber who was arrested hero last night arrived here sovoral days com pany with John Laoid and Frank Brady two notorious Montreal gamblers to whom it is gave a largo sum of money to got him out of They also got moro monoy They left hero a few days ago ami went to Montreal whore thoy have been arrested for aiding and abetting Walton in bringing stolon monoy into Canada Walton had when arrested In his valise was found ono pack ago of tha original dollars wrap pers and seals intact COUNT GYUIJA ANDRASSY THE GREAT HUNGARIAN STATESMAN Count Aiidrassyy who at Vbiosca near Magyar mag nate Ho was tho son of Goiuit Charles born at Xempljn March 8 182a In 1817 ho was elected a member of tbo Hungarian Diet Ho was known boforo long as a shrewd political manageraridan able writer and tho unfortunate insurrectionary movement that year and escaped capital punishment for his share in it only by reason of his ab sencoin Constantinople where ho had boon sent by the revolutionary government He was hung in effigy in pursuance of tho sen tence passed upon him Andrassy exile chiofly in Paris anclLondoh cn a general amnesty was proclaimed 1800 ho elected to thoHungarian Diet of which ho was chosen VicePresident io became Prime Minister of Hungary in 807 when tho Bmporor frauds Joseph granted aconstitutlon to tho Magyar King dom Among the greatp reforms which ho promoted were tbo civil and political eman cipation of tbo Jews and the extension and completion of the railway system in Hun gary In November 1871 ho became Minis ister for Foreign Affairs for AustriaHuu gaiy Ho used his iniluenco for tlio promo tion ot peace whichwas not broken from that time until the war between Russia and Turkey in The drassy represented AustriaHungary Berlin Congress In 1879 ho resigned his office as Foreign Minister Ho lived in ro tiroment from that date to the Thirtyfour Men Killed Fob No further particularswore received today from the A courier has been all day but he has failed to ar rive iV As tho distance is sixty miles and the roads are washed out and tho streams this may account for tho started from hero tonight as tho suspense continues in tenso and the greatest fears arc enter tained that itmay prove worsethan first reported The stage due on that route Sunday night has not yot arrived AT PHOSSIX x PIKENET Feb information has been received here in regard to the break of tho Walnut Grove dam If the disaster has occurred tho loss of life and damage to property must bo very great The entire valley from the dam to Quickenberg is in habited principally by miners and and fall of rain and snow has been very LIBKRAL SALT Tho recent election in Salt Lake City gave tho Gentiles supremacy above tho Mormons is regarded as tho beginning of tho end of Mormon ism as a political insti tho subject of this sketch tho result is largely attributable General P Edward Connor in 38IJ9 at tho ago of 10 enlisted in tho Florida war in tho First Dragoons Ho served five years In 1S4G he joined a Texas regiment and was commissioned a captain The young soldier participated in sovoral battles of tho Mexi can war and was wounded Bueua Vista Ho refused to leave the field and for this gallant conduct was given a full captains pension On tho outbreak of tho civil war he tendered his services to the Governor of California who appointed him colonel of the Third California Infantry Ho assumed command of the distract of Utah in August and arrived at Salt Lake City October 20th and established Camp now Fort Doug las In January ISG3 ho fought tho battle of Bear Elver Idaho a most sanguinary Indian fight lie was promoted to Briga dierGeneral March 29th tho samo year for gallant conduct at this battle and received a letter from General Grant dated May 4 expressing appreciation of his admin istration of aflairs in Utah The District of tho Plains was created for him March Ho fought the battle of Tongue River Mon tana September 1SG5 In Ajnilof the siiano ho was promoted Brevet MajorGen eral Ho was mustered out of service April 30th with tlio last of tho generals of volun teers General Connor was the first to en gage in mining in Utah and has spent a quarter of a million dollars in developing tho mining resources of tbo Territory Ho built steam launch on Salt Lake owned and started tho iirst antiMor mon paper and ran tho first daily paper published in Utah When tho antiMormons of Salt Lake City organized into clubs marching companies and regiments under the immo of tho Liberal party General Con THE WEST GETS The Lower House lects Cliicagx AS THE WORLDS FAIR Senator Chandler Takes Call to ftlislc for a Breach of ners Opposition to the Educa tional Bill 1 WASIIINGTON Fob the Sonato Chandler rising to i question of personal privilege offered a preamble aud roiohi tion stating that Senator Call of Fllrida charged him in a dobato Thursday witllpor sonal responsibility for tho outraging of women the murder of children clarod that tlio destruction of tho happiness of households of tho South cujiised by those who wero emissaries behind him and that Call Jn addition oilicial report tho following aragrapli which he had not spoken The blood of Saundcrs if tho ovidcnco shnll show that his dojitli was in my wiv oonnccitod with tlio prosecutions in iho United States courts will resji on his conscience Tho ing ghosts of outraged niid murdered woiucfi children victims of tho wild lusts imd of a rnco who owe all that they know of nr and civilization to tho southern white Like 1 tho auds nor was their loader tory Ho ledthem to vie CAMP TWENTY DROPPED and not to Senator from New will disturb his sleeping and waking hours IJanquos ghost it will not an oceun willjiot wnsh Ills bloodstained from tho guilt of the rape and murdor of fthcso tender white women and children The resolution condemns such action as a breach of privilege for which Call is cen sured and orders that tbo Inserted parn graph bo stricken from tho report ihj the Congressional Record Call defended his course in tho matter as sorting that ho iu debate expressed mb stantially tho samo idea as was expressed in tho additional paragraph Ho simply changed the phraseology as ho had a right to do After a short debate the resolution wen ovor until tomorrow A communication from the AttorneyGen eral on tho assassination of Deputy Mavsha Saunders was referred to tho Committee on Privileges and Elections I The Blair Educational bill carao up asiun finished business and Faulkner adi tho Senate in opposition to it Anionra things he asked Is tho bill sanctioned by tho provisions of the Federal Constitution Aro its provisions which effecta distribu tion of funds between tho States and be tween tho races just and beneficial wise and practical for tho National Government to cm bark this boundless sea of the restaurant and committee rooms after nosout members aud routing out others from tho lobbies and clonk rooms lower was keeping tolly for tho Novr lorkors and greeted evoryaccession with a siiiilo From his seat in tlio center llitt doing tho samo for the Ohicagoaus Tho lifth ballot showed a total voto of 312 avid tho apprehensions of tho Chicagoans wore jnstiued in a measure for New York gained fifteen votes while Chicago added but six to hor column St Louis menu while foil off ton votes and Washington live Tho voto wjis Chicago 140 New York 110 bt Ixuis SS Washington 24 All was excitement as tho roll call again It was apparent that the southern members who had steadfastly supported St Louis up to this point were to break and wero going ovor to JSow lone consequently tho expectations of tho Yorkers woro at tho highest oint and indeed in this vote thoy polled thoir full strength but gained only six votes whilo Chicago St Louis and Wash ington kopt up their steady retrogression tho former losing ton aud tho latter Gvo votes Tho total voto wis again 313 of which Chicago received 140 New York 11G St Louis 28 and Washington 10 Tho Now York pooplo woro discomfited at thoir small gain and began to rculizo that vlKy could do no more Tbo dosiortiou ot adoof Missouri from St Louis to Chicago added to thoir alarm so a roudiug of tho voto was demanded not to1 verify it but to secure timo for codsultation Heads woro together all ovor tho House and tho result was snow u just as tho roll call was begun by and moving a rocoss until to morrow a 11 Thorn was a shout of disapproval and do risiou fiom tho compact Chicago forces whon Snoakor attempted to put tho question sovoral Chicagoans wero on thoir fcot poinus of order alleging tho mottou cauio too lato and that tho rollcall had bo The Speaker however declared that ho bad recognized Wilson boforo tho first narno was called and put tho question withouc waiting for an announcement of tho iniduyec voto Wilson demanded tlio yeas and nays and they woro ordered Thoro was much excitement on tho floor at this point Flower was hurrying about ftom ono man to another pointing at tho clpek which indicated tlio hour of 4SO aud urging a recess A rumor ran over tho western side of tho hall where Chicago was in force that itwjus the purpose of New York ito amingo over night for a transfer of their Strength and that of St Louis to Welling ton and tho faet that Wilson was in chargeof Washglons iiniercst was tho leading movement which tended currency to tho rumor If such was d aud unlimited legislatiouy Ho negative on these propositions and wenv on to argue in support Of his views qucting THE TRIANGLE EXPELLED BY THE CIANNAGAEL A National Convention of the Ordei Denounces the Cronin Murder and Inaugurates a New Departure DOM PEDROS DESIRE He Will Renounce His Title if Al lowed to NEW YOBK Fob Washington special says Charles says that ho has just soon a Paris letter fromji close frlond of tho deposedEmperor of Brazil stating Bom Pedro will when the constitutional convention meets to nofclfythat body of his desire to re nounce all claimsto title and ask that he bo permitted to return to his pooplo private aid them in iirnily es tablishing a republic The letter expressed an opinion that as soon as tho convention receives Dom Pedros resignation aniron clad will bo dispatched to Europe to bring him and his family back to theirnative land Flint said thoroughly con vinced thatthis will bo A ROMANTIC CAREER The Wido Swath Cut By a Dashing Young N Fob Dis San Francisco Chronicle Louis P passed a forged draft on Daniel of thistclty has a romantic1 criminal career He is the son of a millionaire coal operator who is a highly respected oitluoupf Touanda Pa While his fatiibr was absent young Malipry employed mon to from a lumber of carson a switch outside of the town Ho thensoldthe castings for S1500 ind fled toj theWest speudingtho money In Cincinnati he shone as a vouug society swell and cut a wide swath in social ciicles Into the most exclusive of vhich ho niahaged to gain an entrance He a at a leading hotel to aI number of his nowriiade friends that cost Cardinal Gibbonss Solution BALTIMORE Feb Giboons began today a course of Lenton sermonsi Boforo beginning his sermon he made an address to the half of the negio and ThcLo are said his closing million negroes Inthe United and thejjnegfo question has become a serious problem people The best solutionof in my judgment will be found in Ohristian izlug the heavy in the mountains tho north and oast very high Salt River rose seventeen feet in fifteen hours Saturday Tho railroad bridge across it was washed away for two hundred feet and half a milo of trade on the bank of the river is gone Telegraph inter rupted but a wire was placedacross the river last courier just arrived from the lower dam OIL the Hassoyampa reports that a tremendous mountain of watercame down tho Hassayampaabout 2 oclock Saturday morning and thirtyfour menlost their lives at the lower dam whero they wero at work They were all whites except three Chinese Tho courier reports the town of Wickenberg all right The loss of life in the valley between Wickonberg and the dam may not bo known for some days but it doubt con siderable and the number may possibly reach thirty or Tho courier states tho had undoubtedly broken and carried the other two dams below down with it Tho loss of propertyon tho dams alone will about ANXIETY CONCERNING THE PRESIDENT NEW YORK Fob presidentof the Walnut Grove Storage company is Martin S Van Buxen of iihis city He wentto Pros cott iii his daughter Nellie and her cousin Mary Hanlon He intended to inspect tho dams His friends could not hear from him by telegraph today and are anxious about and that of the ladies THE WARNED Tho American Schooners Released ANAMA various schooners recently seized the Colombia contravention of have been released Colombia that she has an unquestioned rightto close coast ports to the simply ruining own tiro compelled to pay duties that ban trades haveheretofore A French Victory PJuus at Sen The French repulsed them andkilled Tlio Bnko Honored dOrlbans him SSOO und when his funds gave out he I had a little loans for J considerable ciatcsl Feb Mallory was then He was captured the Times by the ppllcoby of of Jthe the oft Uopingthat he woitld mend his votesiby the abandqnmentbfSthe the cuttlo ranch principle of undenipmihatioaaledupaiUpnfe NBAV Mexico GeneralLogan and cxSonatpr IDorsey owned rajiohos in the in which i Feb 24 Vrirt louud lilmself and ho sot make a y wealthy him as clerk Liithef Wagoner today talked about the coristruc tion of the Arizonav dam and claimed that was due carelessness of tho New York corporation that built It was vto have been faced withstone fourteen feet thick at the base and four feet at the top and filled with and made waterproof with wooden sheathing It was about half done inspected it Ho found the stone filled in carelessly and tho structure unstable The junction of sheathing aud the bed rock was intended to be secured by a thick layer of Portland cement but this was not well done ofthe cost of getting the Thus adangerous crevice was formed at the base ahd the leakage was heavy In addition was knotholes Waigner advised the of the con and engineers but this not done The companystrengthened some of the weakplaces but his warning that the unless some was YORK Fob Dispatch Francisco Chronicle OlannaGael lias just hold a convention in Philadelphia andhas inaugurated a new departure in Irish affairs The convention has sat down very heavily it designates the thiovjng treacherous andv murderous element which has of creptinto the ranksof tho One of the main efforts of tho gathering in Philadelphia to set the or der rightin regard to the murder of Dr Crouln and to provethat that horrible deed was done by a coterie which was disliked and suspected by a vast majority of the ClarinaGael Every camp in the country was invited to send a representative but the thirteen which did not respond have since approved of what was done at Philadelphia The canrps in thiscity and in tho West which arc dominated by tho or Alexander Sullivan of Chicago Michael Boland of Kansas City and D C of Rochester did not of course send representatives These men are now organizing a convention of their own The name of Camp No 20 of Chicago is known everywhere since tho ruuider of Doctor Cronin To emphasize its abhorrence of theact the convention unan imously passed this resolution Camp No 20 bo stricken from the rolls of cumps and 3ts place forever rernuin blank to mark our horror of theactions of that camp aud the crime of some of its members The convention went further than this for on recommendation of the judiciary committee it expelled and debarred for ever from membership in tho order the fromdebates on tho Constitution f ronii tbo decisions of judges and the writings oil re cognized statesmen Tho hill had beonW tified by its supporters on tho ground lieving illiteracy and yet when tho Staiios onothird more woull bo given to white children than to colored Ihil dren on abasis of school tho illiteracy of the colored children Kvas 40 per cent greater than of vJiitc ohildieu That contradicted tho principle of the bill Faulkner said he had perfect faith absolute confidence in tho present and and fu ture of the South He did not intend hat the active energetic and enterprising people of West Virginia should bo hold up before the people clothedin rags and in their poverty and humiliation Constitution did not prohibit the passage of tho bDl a sentiment of justice atlejast would demand that tho distressedfarnjiers of Dakota the miners of Ne vada and tho lumber men of the North should not be called upon to contribut tho education of the children of his S Coke obtained the floor and Platt n and said tho Educational bill had hel place as unfinished business since Febn drd and IKS should insist that after to the bill when taken up should be cussed every available hour until a reached It ought not to block the of the important business now on the ca dar A resolution of Sherman agreed calling oii the of War for a ro of the courtmartial proceedings in the of Private Wild at Fort Yates A message from the President wit ommunication from the Secretary of interiorand thedraft of a bill he removal of the Indians from Gila P Arizona to another resorva n the Territory was presented andrefe to the Committee on Indian Affairs Adjourned A Child Burned to leath Byvthe expiosion of a of canal boat teeijth this morning Dennis ther threeryearold son or Captain Patrick Daly and Captain Daly his two other chil taken tothehdspitalC Alallory ployer ands8o6u afterwaids left with several lr today removed to the prison at Ciuirvaux bankdppbsits tug abpVe engineer members of the Another notable resolution of the conven tion was the following Wedesirc to portion of our race still left on the soil of our motherland raised from their present humiliating positionand freed from that despotism to whose overthrow this Natipn freedom and greatness But we positively disclaim any desire either to violate the laws of the United States or io incite the Irish people to adopt any course which they do not approve and determine O11 The convention appointed a committee to drawup for publication a report of the causes which led to the death of Dr Oronin The newlyelected executive committee contributed a further sum of to aid in in the Detection and prosecution of the murderers The report of this1 committee reveals a good deal of hitherto untold liis 1 to ClannaGael affairs It says that7 the convention of the OlaiirnaGael held in 1881 reduced thermmbor of the executive body to five This it possible for three of the five Sulli van Boland and Feely to forni a combination known as the who the got things in their own hands and then the committee charges began Etealing from fundsof or The Convention of 1834 they when thi ngs uifayorablo came to light they impresfiediaiaoath of secrecy on the them not to homo bodies vthe doings and spite of the with rain hall and galle at noon were packed with spectators i crowds obstructed tho corridors All these peojile gathered to witness the de ing struggle between the adherents of I York Chicago Louis and Washs the result of which depended the lc iteV OSe its try lay iis ptp en 1X5 ort on yeas and nays voto tho West elau mshly rallied together and the House re fused to a recess bv a vote ot yeas J3S and nays 17J Tho Chicago men wero in a feverish im patience fearing that tho dilatory tactics would loso them tho advantage they hold Mason rushed forward to the clerk claim ing Call the Call tbo roll New Yorks backbone was broken however and there wax little further opposition L The clerk again took up his list and tho result was 3H divided as follows Chicago Now York 112 St 27 Washington 17 A majority would be 155 and Chicago had 15 just two votes short was an agony of expectation when Mason dragged Royburn Judge Kellys sue cessoc forward Ho said he wished to change his York to1 Chicago and did so Ho wrvs greeted with applause and evidently expected to lead a stampede for Chicago but was Nobody followsdjiis and Chicagos total stoodit 355 ono less Tho Now York forces were retiriuglui good ordonind contested every inch of giound so anotlicr roll call was the eighth and last forChicago achieved her victory and out of a total of 307 voles Elie received 157 three more than a major ity Xev York 107 St and ingtOiitS Theaunouuccment of tho result gieetcd witli thundering applause by iho OlJcago adherents Tho House a J lournoi at 5 ocloelc in the midst of an up roar i THAN HZ A SWINDLE El WITH MORE WIVES CAN RECOLLECT His Plan Was fc Compromise Wealthy Girjg MarrjOThcm Fleece the Par ents and Withdraw 24 Jfraucisco cflronicte A bogus calling himselt Count hlarco was on Friday sent obtaining money under false pretensss hasfor sonie tiroejUjyiredherft asa panker whose rather ineu in tho Russlan onterUined in prliW self given some Society first got by committed oh a c of the wealthiest Ho has bean and has him young lady and returned witJiiL shllted h1 he t a bankes v had borrowed the Crnin was first to made a fight the Theni Jsays the Alexandert SuUiyahs scheming hatred as shown in protest acconapahylng the re port of v comioilftee awoke to fury the hopdloms f ihThis ranks and thevoice of Dr Croniri was silenced J Elected In Commons by mysterious disappea 3oine return of Alfredr ThreeGhildren Burned tion of the Worlds Fair of 1832 Prpmir and representative men were to the reserved galleries The clerk special ing the method of voting npon the sitei the fair reaulring some one majority of the votes cast Blourit wished fo knowif thl would be an opportunity offered to nassni tho questign as to whether there shall fair before selecting a site The Speaker replied that undetthe si cial order this opportunity couldnot Jie ll and immediately directed the clerk to L the roll There was someapplaiiseas first few responses were which promptly checked by the Speaker The vote resulted Chicago 115 York 72 St Louis 77 The Chicago people were jubilant ut the announcement of the first wero restrained from expressing their fe ijigs reason of the Speakers refrain from any dcmonstratil During the recapitulation of the there were signs of consultation anic the leaders and tho Chicago find Washi ton people looked with suspicion upoiiDo ery when She approached AmosiCul raings and held a whispered convj aTuomeut Thbsecpud showed gainsof for and New York and losses of two and ten tor Louis 127 New Louis Whole The fourth New York05 29 visibly the had seven yotl as agaiinstTaggain rpf three thebegf Jiing of the end qfitheir and iVfishii the ptherj wait ;