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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah THE MOST EXTENSIVE In the Mountain Jttgionm PRICE FIVE CEKTS 13 LAK32 CITY UTAH VOL 217 NOT IN A MOOD FOB CHAFF Reagan Fools With Stewart and Is Called a Liar THEN THERE WAS BLOOD ON THE MOON Tho Bills Will Soon Como Utah Bill Favor ably tteportedThe Silver Iro mm rncJ liver Harbor Ap propriations SAW LAKB TitrntWK HUHKATT Fourteenth Street WAHIIINOTON June It looks now as If the Wyoming anrt Idaho Admission bills would come up In tho Sfrnatii early nrsxtwfiolc Thcro will bo plenty of iiuio to thorn before tho Tariff bill up The only measure which may delay the consideration of the statehood bills further will bo tho General Appropria tion bill or conference reports THi KIIWI5H IMtOOUAMME The Sonato will commence work in earnest tornorrow at I oclock and will begin tho consideration of the Silver bill under tho flvornlmilonile The ponding bill is the Jones bill as roportodby ihoSonate Finance The pending amendment in tno Bherrnan amend merit to add a new section with provisions for tho redemption of tho bank jlnnsJatloii This amendment Is the ftamo as of tho 1 louse bill as ap provod by tho IMnarice Committee Senator Pin ml has ottered amendment to tlie aniondrnoiiL providing that no funds available for the payment of public debts shall bo retained In tho treasury in excess of SI 10 Tlio first vote will ho taken on tho IMtimb amendment unless car bo Induced to withdraw their propositions in order to lighten tho bill Senator Konjjan will also offer an amend ment looking to free coinage as soon as us an opportunity presents Senator Morrlll Sil will move to substitute tho Ilouso bill as Fli amended by tho Sonato Commlttoo on thi Flnuueo IADDOCICW UHiti The Senate Judiciary Committee today reported adversely Senator Paddocks bill to authorize tho Governor or Utah to ap point certain county ofllcotH A WASHINGTON Juno ProssJ marble room of tho was almost tho scene of a battle royal yesterday between lioagan of Texas and Stewart of Senator had just mot with a decided defeat In tho fight lie made on Major Powell chief of tho Geological Survey and consequently folb vory tender lltiagan on tho contrary had boon a staunch champion of Powell As Stewart passed Reagan tho latter began dialling him abontbIs Stewart took one or two samples of Texas badinage and then wearied of it Ho angrily charged Keagan of being a more tool and puppet of I owoll Koagiins wvath rose Ho retorted In good kind and words nut high until at last Stewart beside himself with anger chatgod with falsehood Koagiui jumped for Stewart and a battle In which ago and avoirdupois wore tho principal factors was only averted by friends Later btowaft called on Reagan and lioagan haughtily declined to speak to him A few hours later Senator Hearst managed to make thorn shako hands THE TARIKD1 CONSIDERATION At this mornings session the Republi can members of tho Sonato Finance Com mittee finished preliminary consideration ot tho Tariff bill and now they will go back to tho first of tho bill and begin to settle tho disputed points heretofore passed TOUOn CKNSUS SUIWKCTS Porter Superintendent of Census Is in formed by the census supervisor of tho fifth district of Pennsylvania that tlie Hunga rians 1olos and Italians of Lackawanna Liwonio and Carbon comities refused to clve any census information ovon to tho interpreters Many of those men arc desig nated by numbers only The supervisor suggests a census by numbers Porter re plies refusing to adopt the suggestion say ing tho census olltco will not help to perpet uate such a brutish state of affairs and In structed him to obey tho law fully AND 1SXECUMVJB APMlOMUA Senator Allison today reported tho Log islatlvo Executive and Judicial Appropria tion bill Tho bill as it passed the Mouse with it a total of The Senate Committee added UTAK BILL Senator Edmunds from the Commlttoo on the Judiciary today reporter back favora bly with amendments tho hill recently In troduced by him providing for tho roorgau of the Government of Utah By the terms of tho bill the eoclsttng election dis tricts and appointments of representatives for of tho Territorial Legislature are abolished andIt Is made tho duty of tho Governor of tho Territory Secretary and Board of Commissioners as soon as practicable after tho result of the ooiisus Is made known to rodistrlot tho Territory and make a now apportionment for Legislative purposos Tho ollioos of Territorial Auditor Treasurer Commis sioners to locate University laud Probate County Clerks Selectmen Asses sors Recorders and Superintendents of district schools aro vacated and tho ap pointment of all those olhoora Is vested in tho Governor subject to the approval of tho Board of Commissioners The Board of Commissioners is authorized Mid empowered in its discretion to cause a now roglstration of voters in Utah and to make and enforce rules and regulations not tho laws of the United States for tho con duct ofregistrations and elections in tho Territory A BEET StTGAK AMENDMENT Senator Washburn proposed an amend ment to tho Tariff bill which was referred to ttio Committee on Finance providing froo importation until January 1 1803 of all machinery imported for the purpose of nmnufiioturlng beet sugar with a rebate ot the duty on such machinery imported sinco January 1 THE JUVER AND HARBOR The Sonato Commerce Committee prac tically completed the River and Harbor bill this afternoon All money appropriated for tho Improvement of tho Mississippi and Missouri rivers respectively Is to bo ox ponded under the direction of and in ac cordance with tho plans adopted by the River Commission The amount ap propriated for the Mississippi river Is For the Missouri River fromthe mouth to Sioux City from Sioux Oity to Great Falls As reported by tlie committee the billis in excess of tho House bill Tho President to tno House without approval the bill for the 01 ection of a public building at Tusoaloosa President In his veto mcjS Bage the present state of the revenues atvcl resulting pending and probable legls there my an absolute nocfrsslty tihat the expenditures forpublic buildings should be limited to cases wherd the public needs are very evident and very Imperative It is clear that this is not such a TUB NATIONAL ELECTION BILL Tho House caucus committee charged with the preparation of a National Election billon tho linos agreed upon by the last caucus have been Industriously perfecting tho details of the measure and sent a rougn draft to the printer When tho proofs are returned tho committee will continue the work Some of the changes made already In tho original Eowcll bill are a provision that In cases of conflict between the returns sent In by the State election officers and by those of the United States supervisors the lattors1 aro to constitute the prtmafacic evidence of tho right of tho member to tho seat and a provision that tho United States Court within tho Eastern district shall ap point a board of three persons representing both parties to canvass the returns of tlio Buporvisors FOR TUB In tho course of his remarks on tho con fcronco report on tho Urgent Deficiency Pension Appropriation bill Representative Henderson in the House today made a statement showing that the appropriations made by the present House for tho benoft of tho soldiers amounts to LhJs includes the deficiency of last year aid for State Homes artificial lirnbs etc OHDEIIKD TO SAMOA Orders have been issued for tho United States ship at San Francisco to proceed to Samoa and resume her service on tho Pacific PROHIBITION IN POLITICS AN OUTRAGE AT BERLIN MEN WHO OPPOSE A TJSMIMSIIAKTCE PARTY The liuborlnff Mun8 View of the Prohibi tion Takes the Place of Nourishment NKW YORK Juno National Tem perance Congress this morning discussed tho topic Should a political party whoso dominant idea is prohibition of the liquor trafllc liov Dr Carroll editor of tho Independent took tho ground that such a party was not needed Pro hibition is a question that does not come within the scope of Congress except In a vory limited degree Prohibi tion is evidently a State question A nation al party to llvo na tional issue and prohibition is not such an Issue Wo would havo more prohibition it wo hart fewer prohibition parties Rov IKascom late president of tho Wisconsin University said tlie Republican party is now under a most unscrupulous leadership It cannot Do trusted to secure prohibition Honco tbo necessity of P10 htbltlon parly n Mr HI I lard of Boston spoke in opposition toaprohibition party Ho thought this was to no a congress or a conference but it scorned to bcs only a caucus In tho afternoonsession tho principal topic discussed was To what causes Is to bo attributed the failure of tho prohibition hi the late contests in Massa ohusotts Pennsylvania and Rhode II IT Faxon of Massachusetts attributed tho dofoat IP his State to tho fact that a high license law had boon placed on tho statutes a short time before tho campaign and Boston was determined to gob tho fees 11 o thought local option the best thing Tho prohibition party ho said Is exerting a healthful and restraining inilu enoo on tho Kopubllcan party As for tho Democratic party it cannot betrusted to do anything which will advance temperance or morality Tho attltudo of labor unions toward tho liquor tralHcwasalso discussed President Gompors of the American Federation Of La bor said that as a rule tho laboring ruon were indifferent to tho tem perance and prohibition movement Underpaid laborers unable to procure proper nourishment sought relief 1n liquor and looked upon any attempt to deprive thorn of It as a movement to soon re for tho rich privileges they could not L S Wakeman said tho present attltudo of tho prohibitionists was antagonistic to the worklugmon Tho prohibitionists should discard tho religious fanaticism which seems to guide thorn at p rose at The pro hibitionist must desoencl from his pedestal of holiness study tho workingman place himself on the same level and change his mode of procedure Mr Wakemans little speech created a commotion and tho congress appar ently did not liko his unasked opinion of its THE DISAFFECTED INDIANS General Kiigor Says tho Military Aro Able to Handle Them ST PAUL Juno linger com mander of tho department of Dakota has advices from Tongue River Ouster and Keogh that tho Indians aro oxcitod over the shortage of subsistence and that the set tlers are alarmed but ho has no information of an uprising and docs not bollovo in tho number of murders reported Tho four companies of cavalry at Tongue Klvor will bo reinforced by throe of infantry tomor row General Ruger says the military on the ground can easily cope with tho Indians WILL DRIVE THEM BACK Juno is reported that a man named Mayer whs killed by tho Indians in tbo country Throe rmehes wore burned and other houses shot Into Aposse of cowboys left Rosebud last evening to drive thoIivdians back on tho reservation tho military THE JIKPOUTS WKUE SKNSATIONAIi HELKNA report of threatened Indian hostilities in Eastern Montana are largely sensational An ac count received hero implicated the Ohoy cnnes In depredations on cattle herds The only murderous crime committed was the killing of IIoinorT of tho Ramsay Cattle Company on May 6th Tho guilty Indians wore surrendered aud jailed awaiting trial at Miles City and the recent movements of tho band of Oheyennos led to a suspicion that theywere making ready to go on tho warpath Tho military took pronipt measures to check the out break if meditated Tho exaggerated rumors scared a number of exposed settlors and in response to representations ofdanger tho Governor despatched to Allies City some arms and ammunition Governor Toole sold this aftornoon that ho had an ofnoer at Miles City who didnt seem to share In tho foarsof trouble there The soldiers were enough to cope with any In dians meditating mischief in Custor county The opinion here is that tho Cheyennos will be kept in control without bloodshed CHRISTIAN WORKERS Over Four Thousand Delegates As sembled at ST Louis June Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor began their convention hero today with 4500 delegates present and more coming Rev Francis E Clarke President of the presided Governor Francis made a brief speech 01 welcome and was followed Rov S J Nicholsi of the Second PresbyterianChurch In comparing the societywith other reli gious bodies to Jit as the baby of the family vWhat ton Rov Burrows of spohdocV Attlie overling session Delivered thesubject The modern uprisingarid The theaddresiawasthatthe inodornuprising is ithe OliristianEndeavor moveinentWhichis a revival df Cove nant Other Interesting were A Wealthy New Yorker Thrown Into a Vile Dungeon ACCUSED OF MALI6NING THE KAISER Fresh Plots Against the Ltfe of the Commit The Paris the Conspir News June Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle tre mendous sensation was caused hero this week by tho arrest of Joseph Jonasson of the firm of Mercer Jonasson New York on a charge of It appears that the American met a couple of itudents one evening whom hehad seen be fore Ho went with them to several when suddenly ono of thorn accused Jonasr son of making objectionable observations on the Emperor Jonasson saw that both wore drunk and tried to smooth the matter over asa joke but they called the police who took Jonasson to the he was searched and valuable papers taken from him Ho was shoved into a Black Maria and taken to police headquarters Tho officials ordered himtoJail and there compelled him to wear prison garb ana lor three days and nights ho was in solitary confinement The food given was in filthy condition Jonassons brotlicv meanwhile who was stopping at thosamo hotel became uneasy and made frantic endeavors to find his brother Ho searched the morgue and hos pitals Tho police ollielals would tell nothing At last he gave up the search in despair All the time was in a filthy cell the victim of a drunken stu dents joke Howas refused communication with his brother and with tho United States legation Tie tried bribery but that did not do any good At length bybribery ho got a lawyer who made a ms behalf Tho prisoner secured a releaseon bail placed at a high figure in hopes that his American friends were unable to furnish it He Is now free and his accusers claim to have forgotten what tho affair was saying they wore drnnlc Tho casoJfi still before iho is no doubt as to ulti mate acquittal When really free Jonasson will make Inquiry Into the conduct of tno police officials Jonasson is much sympa thized with and received letters from all classes CONSPIRACIES ST PETEiisimuo Juno police acting wiih tho agents of tho Paris detective force haveno doubt that the suicides of naval and military offlcors hero and at Mos cow in April last were clearly connected with the plots of the ParisianNihilists now in prison It is certain that a now attempt at regicide boenplannod and is now developing as and 400 dynamite capsules have beeirrecontly stolen from tho magazine ofContractor Strakoosky at Bogglety ious suicide occurred yesterday when a suclont of thominlnRsohool drowned him self On searching his lodging tho police found papers connecting him with tho Paris plot PRECAUTIONS AT Till ST PETERSBURG June Governorhas received infor mation that anow movement against tho life of the iio guards in the palaceand at all approaches have been doubled A number of arrests wore made of persons who aro suspected of being connected with tho movement THE WIENCII CONTINGENT PAIIIS Juno Silosoristoff a special agent of tho Russian police has ar rived in Paris forthe purpose of obtaining Information concerning the Nihilists re cently aVrived here He expressed himself confident that they were connected with the most atrocious and clangorous conspiracy against tho tho institutions of the Russian Government that Nihilists had yet organized Ho had positive infor mation that thoFrouch contingent of Nihil ists were in collusion with those in Russia and murder the Czar and precipitate simultaneous outbreaks in dir oront political centers A LONDON rOIiICE QUARREL LONDON Juno Is reported that James Monroe Chief of resigned in consequence of a quarrel with the trov ornmonli regarding tliaregulatious adopted on tho occasion of the demonstration at Saturday AN ADDRESS TO THT1 CARDINAIi The Parnollite members are preparing an address tobo presented to Cardinal Manning in honor of his silverjubilee and nition of his cause of freedom for Ireland lT7TT13HFIlfiIjT Tho trial of thelibel by George Washington field against the Financial JVeiiw for de operationin in plain till was interested was a wild and imprudent scheme ended in a verdict for the newspaper THE GERMAN ARMY BILL Reichstag on tho today passed theparagraph nxeasure prescribing tho basis for a military foundation Wlnd thurst leader of the clerical party de clared that he would vote for the bill as he did not consider the to attempt any tqsts otrparty strength Ho announced at the same time that he would lay on the table In the Reichstag motions suggesting that the from its intention to compel all men capable ofbeatrng arms military the sop tennatejshould fix 4he strengthof the army annually time the budget was submitted andtheterm of In fantry should be fixed at two years Rickert proposed that effective fixed TheMinister of War replied that the constitution implied the right of the Emperor to fix the effective A yearly fixture could notbeConceded The today adopted a grant of 4 of East Africa ARBITRATION LOXDON Juno Ferguson Undor Foreign Secretary statedthat Portu gal the Delagoa Bay railway and tho United Matthuas Homo the resignation of PoliceMonroe duo to a himself onthe question of legislation andadministration General Hiis SemiCentenriial at WestPoint r POiNTv exercises Edvard1 Is af behalf of senU received j applause in Ses ri i J Ylrt1 Miles forty obliged to call upon an able general to com mand our armies in war When Sherman was introduced he aid ho would first have to apologize for ap pearing in citizens dress But I tell you said the General you will be glad to follow my example when you have years as I have done At thlsannouncement the audience sent up a mighty shout of congratulation on the old warriors semicentennial I have seen fifty such classes as this leave added Jeneral Sherman I am pleased to see Ouch a large audience today Times have changed since fifty years ago but the ap pearance of the corps of cadets has remained almost tlie same since the organization of ihe academy in In conclusion General Sherman graduates must not become impatient of promotion General Grant became Impa iientof promotion General Grant Sheri dan and himself never commanded a com pany until the war broke out He advised the cadets to trust in God and serve their country faithfully The corps then marched back to barracks Tho order of the day was read and the ca dets dismissed The boys hurried away to pack their trunks and put on civilian dress liid a fewhours later wore on their way to tfew York Typographical Tliiioii Officers ATLANTA Juno Typo raphical Unicn today elected officers Among them are E T Plank president and secretarytreasurer NOMINATIONS AND PLATFORMS MISSOURI DEMOCRATS DENOUKCE KEED AND FAVOIt FREE COINAGE The Maine Republicans Endorse Harri son Iteed and Ag gregation m Kaosas AUGUSTA June Republican State Convention met today Governor Burleigh was renominated by acclamation A recess was taken ponding a The Third District Republican Convention nominated Seth L Milllken Oi Belfast for Congress The platform was unanimously at the afternoon session It unreservedly renews the adhesion of the Republican party of Maine to the principle of prohibi tion of tlie liquor trafflc and doinauds pi Congress the enactment of such legislation as shall enable each State to exercise full control within its bordersof tbo traffic in all liquors whether importedinoriginal packages or otherwise favors thepblicy of protection liberal pensions free ballot and free count all meauros tional defense and a revival of Ameri can commerce regulation of immigration to prevent the introductionof pauper labor and criminal classes mends tho administration of rresidcnt Har rison and pledges to it fiiith ful support recognizes the magnilicent con testmade by the Republicansinthe House of Keprtisentatives for Wajorityto transact the business the leadership of his of honor to this to the country TUB MISSOURI DEMOCRATS Demo cratic State Convention was called order this morning and for Supremo Judge re suited Burgess 55 McFarland 97Thomas 170 Gault was nominated on tho seventeenth ballot James B Gault is a native of Georgiaand served under Stonewall Jackson during the war This afternoon balloting was for State Superintendentof Public Instruc tion and Elilm Woblfo was duallynomi nated A recess was taked until to night Between ballots the Committee oh Resolutions reported a demns thoprosont tariff taxation and monopolies arraigns thei Republican administration for violation of pledges de nounces the ruling of Speaker Reed favors coinageof silver the forfeiture of unearned landgrants and the enactment of laws to insure honest A COMBINE i TOPEKA June encoof delegatesfrom the ance Industrial Benefit Association Industrial Grange Union Labor and Knights of Labor are holding a session in this city The meeting so far has been strictly secret butit is learned it has been decided to uUl State Congressionaland the field A State convention will be called SEARCHING FOR SPANISH TEN MILLIONS SUNK OFF THE DEL AWAKE COAST A Wrecking Company Searchlngr for Treasure That Went Down a Hundred Years Wild Undertaking1 PARALYZED BY STRIKERS Denvers Building Boom Struck by a labor Cyclone TWELVE HUNDRED CARPENTERS OUT The Mill Workers Demand Less Hours and the Building Trades Kefuse to Handle Scab Building Operations Suspended NEW YORK June Dispatch Francisco Chronicle sun night the wrecking steamer cue of tho Merritt under command of Captain sailed for Cape Henlopen to begin operations lpr the recovery of the British slpopofwar capsized orf the Delaware coast7 on the 25th 1708 There is every reason to believe that 000 000in Spanish gold is in sunken vessel whichis bottom somewhere Heii In 1880 a contract was made by States Government with the International Submarine Company of Now Haven exclusive right the this contract the Ocean Wrecking Philadelphia which has secured the services of the Merritt Wrecking Company will carry on The workwill begintomorrow a fortnight several other wreckingvesselsj will loin The De Braak was captured tlie French and put Jn commission1 She came into of the Government 3 1787 Gaptainj Drew hoisted hispennant oi her Sh e was m ahned by eightysix men She was join the BritishWest India squadron to take the war gainst Braak arrived at Cape panywith Spanish secure iii Captain Drews of the Braaks commander was toqbtam water and pfoyisipris for his 1KX refusingto allow a pilot to acpom 1 nauy Anchor lightship DENVER Juno to May 1st the machine woodworkers and benchmen in all the mills of the city de manded a reduction of hours to nine a day with ten hours pay and eight hours on Sat urday Their demands were refused by the millmen and over six hundred men quit work Sinco then tho mills havo been mak ing an attempt to run their plants with non union men but with very unsatisfactory results On the first of this week tho strikers offered to arbitrate the matter and the pro prietors again indignantly refused The matter was then taken up by the different labor unions all of whom sustained the strikers and called for a mass meeting last night which brought out from three to four thousand Unionlaborers Speeches wore made and the following resolutions adopted WHEREAS The machine wood workers and bench mill workers of this city have found it necessary to strike in order to ob tain their just demands for a decrease in their hours labor and WHEREAS The have declined to grant tho shorter hours and have refused to outer tain any proposition for the solution of the dilllculty either by arbitrationor other wise and have used every means in their power to defeat such a solution therefore belt Resolved That tho action of tho mill men is unjust and arbitrary and that the build ing trades of the city of Denver in mass decline to work on or for or to handle disputable wood work The term disputable wood work became the subject of some discussion which was effectually silenced by tho introduction of the following WrnsriEAS At a mass meeting atColoseura Hall Wednesday June llth it was decided bya motion that tho president of the unions cl elm e what shall be scab lumber there fore bo it Resolved That alllumber that shall pass through the Lumbermens Exchange shall bo termed scab lumber Acall was then made upon tho union car penters to quit work and this morning 1200 loft their places and refuse to return until themill men conic to terms During the day several hundred nonunion men joined the strikers Tho tinners and hodcarriers to go upon ail buildings in covirso of construction has been stopped and the boom for a time paralyzed Unless the matter is Denver will be experiencing the greatest strike in her history while jackrabbits will be in the halfcompleted suburban resi dences iti placeof ON TURF AND DIAMOND A Wet Day for the Ball Days Races MORRIS PARK N June and a won Wopdbury second Lysauder Time Mile and throe furlongs Ohesterbrook Boio won Philosophy sec ond Elove third Time stakes twoyearolds three fourths of a won Dr Has second Hoodlum third Time Mile and a fourth Trial stakes three won Judge Morrow second Padisha Time Fiveeighths of a won Blithe second Eclipse third Time Mile and an Gray won Oast steel second Little Jim third Time AT ST LOUIS ST Louis June and seventy Silver won Castaway second John Morris third Time St Louis stakes threeyearold fillies mile and a F won Lulu B second Miss Maud third Time Threefourths of a Linds won Average second Bramblebush third Time Mile and an won Wahoo second others drawn Time won Little Crete second CecilE third Time AT KANSAS OITY KANSAS CITY June ifive Leonard won Woolman i second Flora K third Time 25 Threeyearolds Love I second Morse third Time Brewers Handicap threeyearolds and mile and a won 1 BlueVail second Verge dOrthird Six heat Consignee Germanic Castllliau third Time Second McFarland second Regardless Threeyearolds and upward mile and a won Bettina second Metal Time The Players Brotherhood 1 The team and Brooklyn had a desperatestruggle good battingwon the game for Attendance 700 HitsBrooklyn 8 NewJTork Errors Brooklyu 9 BatteriesJuri Hal tcrn and Kinslow Crane Umpires Knight and Jones with the captain and thirtyeightmfV fleers Tbe rest of the swain escaped who reached the sh ore i dec ar ed thfct over SIO 000 000 besidesalarge vThe English OBriens the victory Cleveland i 1 0 0 0 V 0 06 si o Chicago 7 3 BftttenesOBrieuand BiitclilTeBarst6riv Um and M lost the game this afternooa throughtheirlnability to hat Rhmess pitching Cleveland 0Or 0 0 0 0 0 3 028 Pinriniiati Beatin andZimmer and Boston uul the League game at Bos ton were postponed on account of ram The American Association LOUISVILLE 1 I 0 ST LOUIS KOCKKSTEK Syracuse game postponed rain BBOOKLYS Athletic game postponed rain A Revolt Against Uncle Jerry NEW YOKK June The stringent meas ures adopted by the Secretary of Agricul ture to stamp outplcuropneumonia in cat tle from the counties of Kings and Queens has created tremendous excitement and aroused tho dairymen into an atti tude of armed rebellion It is under stood that Secretary Rusk re cently received a private intimation that unless this disease be eflectually extirpated a severe quarantine would be proclaimed by England against tho exporta tion of American cattle Want to Make a Living CHICAGO June a meeting tonight of the National Furniture Manufacturers Association it was decided to increase prices after the lirst of tho month Tho in crease is in the language of the resolution to be sufiicient to cover the increased cost of materials and enable manufacturers to make living EYRAUD GROWS SAVAGE THE RECORD OF DISASTER Lee Mantle of Butte Receives Serious Injuries PUMPING OUT THE GREAT MIKES Bodies of the Anaconda Victims Re covered Preparations for the Sisters at a Catho lic in France HE WILT GO HOME IN A WIRE STRAIGHTJACKET A Montana Ranchman Settles a Qxmrrel With His Bad Husband Whisky and Cowboys BUTTE Juno to TRIB J Price a ranchman living at Highwood a small settlement near Fort Benton fatally shot Jacob Wilson early this morning Wilson had rented Prices ranch and was to have taken possession today The two men quarreled over some matter connected with the transfer of the property Price brought his Winchester rifle into ac tion and settled the matter by sending a 45calibro ball through Wilsons body tho bullet tearing through both lungs The murderer was taken to Beuton and jugged EYRAUD BECOMES SAVAGB HAVANA Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle is becoming savage and is beginning to show tho effect of being watched by five men At every motion ofthe prisoner tho guards ap proach his cell door He lies awake all night watching the guard with a savage glitter in his eye Hois still Ignorant of tho detectivespresence in Havana He is absolutely penniless only one Mexican cent having been found on him when ho was ar rested Since the murder ho has led a varied life He carries the mark of a bullet on his right side iired from the pistol of a Mexican hus band who caught him with his wife Ho must have been shot in Mexico just before his arrest here the wound being fresh and the ball is believed to be in his body Since the has been living by thieving An oriental garment was one of his insists still that his wife caused Eyrauds arrest but he wont show the Turkish garment however in proof The authorities are about transfer Jug Eyraud to thodetectives A straightjacket is being made and extra handcuffs in the American style FINANCIER June Legislative committee investigating State Treasurer Archers affairs today completed their work The total amount of defalcationwas Tho committee says the funds were usedby Archer to pay off personal indebtedness incurred as far back as the represented the Second district in Congress A FAITHLESS HUSBAJCP MURDERED ALBANY June Lebanon this rooming Mrs Turnsbaugb shot and killed her husband and then suicided Mrs Turns baugh suspected her husband of being on intimate terms with her sister who was liv ing with them andthis morning finding them in a compromising position the shoot ing followed TOO HUGH BADWHISKY DENVER June Albuquerque N special There was a fight yesterday among a number of cowboys on the head of tho Nigirata Socorrpcounty resulting in the death of John and Garret Davis on one side and Fred Groslette on tbo other This is the second of the Groslette boys who has come to a violent death in that county Owing to the isolated point where the affray place particulars cannot bo given There are two factionsin that county and it is thought that the killing was tho result of bad blood and too much bad whisky HIS REQUEST GRANTED June T ODay a former employee today called on President Tyler of the Tyler Ware Company and pulling out a revolver demanded a check for 000 After some argument they ad journed to the companys office where the check When ODay presented it at the bank PROTECTION FOR WOOL The National Convention Makes Sug gestions to the Senate Texas June National Wool here adopted the following resolutions an amendment to the McKhilev bill should be made by tho Senate winch hail provide all foreign wools liav mc anv cross or admixture of merino or hngJish blood shall be clarified so as the duties imposed upon class 1 or class2 to the nature of the cross or admixture tlisit the Secretary of the Treasury be remove samples Tiofr in tbv custom houses of United of clajsifyliufor n Phi locaLLesgue Club did as they pleased j Schmitts ease 003J0 BUTTE Juno toTnin Lee Mantle met with a very serious accident about 5 oclock this after noon He was inspecting the new machinery at the Silver Bow Electric Light Companys works of which he is one of tho directors and to witness tho starting up of tho now works Tho engineer set tho machinery in motion but had blundered in making connections with some of the pipes As soon as tho steam with its one hundred pounds pres sure found its way to tho imperfect con nection a piece of pipe sixteen feet long and six inches in diameter was blown from its position and hurled with terrific force through tho partition into tho next room Mr Mantle was in the room and was fairly struck and buried beneath tho big piece of metal Ho received a deep cut on tho right sido of his head his back and right leg are broken v and its feared ho sustained internal injuries Ho was taken to his residence and Dr Hughes is waiting upon him Dr Hughes has refused every one admission to Mr Mantles room and he told your correspondent that he could not speak of the probable result of the Injuries until tomorrow morning It is fearedthat tho wound on the head is dangerous and his spitting blood Is another source ofalarm ANACONDA BODIES UECOVEREDY Tho work of pumping out the vast vol ume of water from the Anaconda and St Lawrence mines has been in progress for several weeks past level was uncovered today in which tho bodies of Sullivan Dolan and Pago have lain sinco tho fiio in November last The bodies were easily recognized and in a good state of preservation which is a great surprise as the bodies were immersed in water so strongly copper acidthat it destroyed every piece of iron such as shovels picks left in tho mines Sullivan and Dolan were lying sldo by side Pages body was in a crosscut about 300 foot from the main Tho bodies will bo brought to thosurface to of Murphy the two other victims have not yet been reached It Is supposed that they fell to the and aro in tho sump A special meeting the Butte Miners Union was hold this to make ar rangements for tho funeral Tomorrow being Labor Day in all probability the funeral will take place tomorrow imme diately after the undoubtedly will be the largest funeral ever held in the West HEROIC SISTERS DAVENTORT Juno the prompt and of thirty the Catholic Mercy Hospital hero forty patients saved from a horrible death this morn ing At one of tho sisters was awak enea by smoke and discovered firen the closet of her room An alarm was sounded and the work of removing patients and successfully One nun called Sister Mary Irene and whose name was Ellen Murrey perished The loss on the building is TCAttTHQUAKES IN JrBANCE PARIS June shocks of earth quake have occurred In the Department of Jura inflicting great damageIn the vicinity of the Jura mountains people are panicstricken and since the first ot tbo shocks have refused to enter their houses Thousands of men womenand children are camped out In the open fields No loss of life is reported but largeamount of prop erty has been destroyed A GAS EXPIrfOSIpNV NEW YORK June explosion gas at the corner of Broadway and streets occurred this morning nine men were excavating for repairs A num ber of men were badly scorched Tbegas continued to burn during the structing travel on the busiest corner in tho 03 At 4oclock the gas Js fiercely and serious results are feared Ropes arc stretched across Broadway and Pulton streets andtraffic suspended Large gangs of men are tearing up R to reach the gas billbe amended by strikii3goutalie proviso con be changed by strikinc out thatAve earuestivconiraead that any further changes that made in theMcKinley bill shall be only Ruch as will give of the United pnl such wool as Ls grpwnby American that we protest em any law that wiILni terms or application imported in any other than its natural condition shorn from the or scoured m Another adopted depre flocks west of instead s Payson i Strikes The blaekamitlvhKtT urns having discOvereda coal wasV born In aricisooiitijHe ofiin under the for hundreds of feet in every direction The mains arered hoi to a much greater The fire depart ment has been hard at work for pumping water into the surrounding holes in a vain effort to cool oil the pipes Just what tnay happen next no one to know Tbe daatage is already estimated at over After several hours of hardwork the gas WJisshut off and the fire stopped During all this time business was practically at a standstill as were shooting up heated for hundreds of direction arid there was Imminent danger of a great explosion AX NEWYORK June irir adjoining the Astor spread to that hotel and for a timecousid erable excitement prevailed ltwabrougbt under damage storm of the season city and vicinity washed cellars damaged and vicinity of will r special says yesterday rr two firemeri ;