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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah First Part Pages 1 to 8 VOL 210 SAXT LAKE CITY MOB3TIKG JUSTE PKICE FIVE CENTS SCARED TRIUMY1BATE The Spectre of Free Coinage Haunts the White House HARRISON WINDOM AND REED FRANTIC Signed by Ke publicnii Modification or the Bland Act to Be Adopted The Day at the Capital LAKK 1 Fmirteonth Street WASHINGTON Juno Tt htiH been it brisk day for Secretary Wlndorn Speaker tho Administra tion Tho of Irnpondlnfi free coinage has boor constantly before tholr eyes and their aeontf have been working like beavers to exorcise tho demon The postponement of tho vote on silver until Monday hasKivon thorn an opportunity nf which they have not been slow to avail themselves Yesterday tho debate In the Senate hi which Senator Stewart declared that he would prefer the Hland hill and the maximum coinage under Its to either the House bill or the House bill ns amended by tho Senate Finance Committee Rave a uohlch Is likely on Monday to set tho tone of action all day Ions Senator Bponnerbai boon circulating a pa per the Republican senators plodslnj them to vote against free colnaso as against any measure which proposes to make tho certificates issued for purpose of silver redeemable In anything than silver coin Tt Is stated tonlfcht that Republicans are practically plodped to sup port what will bo In effect tho Bland bill amended so as to Increase the purchases to a month the certilkatos to he re deemable In silver In other words an Increase of silver coinage from to a month The history of tho compromlso Is said to have been as follows On Monday last Speaker Tloert and Secretary Wlndom called upon by invitation to discuss tlio The President expressed a fear that silver legislation would fall and urfcod anew measure which could pass both Houses and receive his sanction Spoakur Tioed Is said to have suiKROstod tlio plan to ho adopted to which Secretary Windom apcroed flpoonerwas called In and atonoo prepared tho plodso which ho car ried around In the Senatt ench Senator af flxlng his signature afcreelns on his honor to preserve silence On Friday twonty olpht signatures had hoon afllxod and a postponement was had over Sunday to fflvo opportunity for tho remaining signa tures Senators Stewart Jones Power and Sand ers arc said tohavo affixedtheir names to tho paper today boliovincc that It Is the silver lopclslatlon avail able at the present session Messrs Plumb Instills Teller Wolcott Mitchell and PotUsrow It is reported have persist ently refused toslfin Senators MePherson of New Jersey Gray of Delaware Wilson of Maryland Hampton of South Carolina and Tayiio of Ohio all antlfrooeolnapo Demo crats are counted to vote with tho Repub licans The programme as t am Informed by two Senators tonlfjht Is for a prompt pasaaRO of tho monsuro on tho lines Indi cated On Its transfer to tho House it will bo on the Speakers table only lonjj onouffh for a Republican caucus which will endorse the Senate to tho Houso bill In the nature of a substitute Tho bill will then bo promptly passed as a party measure on a motion to concur in tho amendments in tho Senate A prominent Senator said to me this evening t have been willing as a West ern num to vote for any reasonable silver legislation which stopped short of Imme diate fee cotnaso and will very pladly in dorse this proposed measure which virtu ally only extends the Bland act It is hot ter than a bill with a bullion redemption which would make only a commod ity of silver aud practically complete Its dc U will tho entire product of our mines and convort It Into coin It is six millions u year better than tho Uland act at its best Like tho present silver nortltioates those issued under tho proposed aot will be only logal tender In a limited sense bur they will he doubly certificates redeemable In bullion and with the legal tender clause left out Tom Rood is really responsible for the compromise and carried tho thro ugh with his usual viper I do not question that the bill will A ALASKA WASHINOTf Juno Reuvosontatlvo Fayson of Illinois today reported from the Committee on Public Lands a substitute for tho Senate bill for the acquisition of land for townsites and commercial purposes In Alaska Tho com iu its accompanying report says that while the Senate bill proposes a partial iJrolUf it does uot fal onouSbTMO re nort refers to tho act that during tho twentytwo years that Alaska has been in ijnsossion of tho United States there has boonwith the exception of mining laws absolutely no legislation tending to ca courao its development or that offered pro tection for tho investment of capital and labor to tho several thousand Americans PKOTKCTION FOR COAL MIXERS The Houso Committeo on Alines and Min ing today agreed upon a bill having for its object tho bettor protection of the lives of persons employed as coal miners in the lor rltovies There aro five Territories that w 1 be affected by the provisions ot tho bill namely Alaska Idaho Wyoming Utah and Indian Territory Tho bill provides for tho appointment of mine Inspectors for furnish tho mines with machinery and other appliances necessary to tho safety of tho employees theyareInadequate com pels owners or managers to provide at least two shafts or other outlets separately natural strata of not less than 150 feet in beadtb by which shafts stopos or ouilote distinct means of ingress and egress shall always bo available to persons employed In said mines and makes tho employment of child labor hi mines a misdemeanor CONJFIttMATIOXS j p Duriklo Kogistor of tho Land Office Eureka J 11 McKnabb Sonoma W H Wright postmaster Colton Call Gave Up Her Bustle OBK San Chronicle the oassengers that arrived on tho steamship this morning Mr and Mrs Kleck The latter attracted much attention by reason of her huge bus tle Otherwise Mrs Klcck was well and ap propriately dressed Customs Tnspcctress Kills watched her and thought she acted strfiiigely Accordingly she invited her to accompany her to private apjirtrnonts and Hibmlt to an examination Mrs Kleck con sented rather reluctantly Her reluctance was due to thofact that twentyfive yards of fine silk was concealed In her bustle FOR LAKE A Montana KaiHvay Company Or ganized at Butte B0TTK Juno to TRTB Articles of Incorporation of tho BuUo City National Park Southeastern Hallway Company were filed with the County Recorder today According to those ar the purpose Is for tho construction of a road tho terminuses of which irro to be in Silver Bow Gallattia and counties Its general route will be from Butto southeasterly by way of ft lack Tail Creek Plpestono Pass to tho TofTerson valley thence by way of Jefferson arid Ruby valleys to Eunls in valley Tho are all mountaineers with ono exception that of Wallace MeWhlto The capital is 000 It is surmised that tho Q road Is be hind the aehemo which is sprung at this time to get possession of tho Tlpestoiio Pass tho only pass unoccupied affording an en trance to this city BOTH HOUSES THE SKNATK MAKKS A BIG HOLE IN s CALJKNDAK A IIlll For thn Vrofcuctloii of Coal Minors lit fcho in of Jtiimhtll N Jnno After unimportant hiislnoss the to confticlorn tlon of billB on tho calendar and tho follow ing worn piissud The Senate bills to amend tho laws relat ingto customs rovcruio bonds making tho signature nf ono member of a Drin binding on all tho Tho Somite bill to provide for a redaction of the Round Valley Indian reservation California It provides for allotments of land In ton acre lots to the In dians In severally an allofcnioiitof timber and land for joint benefit the acquis ition at appraised rates of tho land now hold by purchasers a survey of all tho re mainder Into lots and tholr sulo at public auction tho proceeds to be deposited in trOHsuYy and expended annually lor thn benefit of tho Indians Tho Senate bill for relief the Mission In dians of California It provides for tho ap pointment of a commission to arrange a just and satisfactory settlement with tho In dians for their lands Tho Senate bill to provide for the examin ation of certain ofTlcors of tho army and to regulate promotions therein It provides that promotion to every graclobolow that of BrlgadlorGcnoral throughout each army corps or department shall be made accord Ing to seniority In the next lower grados proscribes a system of examination of all oflloors below tho rank of Major EOK u lar progress In tho calender was in terrupted and atthe request of Morrlll tho Sunato bill was taken tip to establish an educational fund and to apply the proceeds of public lands and receipts from certain land grunt railroad companies to an endow ment and support of colleges for tho ad vHiocrisont of scientific and Industrial edu cation Morrlll addressed tho Senate in its advocacy Aii the conclusion of Merrills remarks tho bill was laid aside without final action Consideration of the bills on blio calendar was resumed and several passed among thorn the Senate bill to credit Major Wham an army paymaster with Govern ment funds of which ho wis robbed in Arizona in May 1889 After tho passage of thirtylive pension bills tho Sotiato MOBE THAN VISIT WASHINGTON Juno Tho Speaker an nounced tho appointment of Taylor Stewart and Bland as conferees on tho AntiTrust bill Bland said as tho House had instructed the conferees to re cede1 from its amendment ho had no further interest In the matter and asked to bo ex cused Culboisou was appointed The House wont Into Committee of the Whole on tho Sundry Civil Appropriation bill After a number of amendments wore disposal of tho committee rose and pro ceeded to pay tribute to the memory of tho late Sttimiol Among tho speakers wore ONolll Voinoy Caswell lUount Dal wll IHittorworth McComas Dunnoll Mills Os borno MeCreary Ferral lUiolmuan N Mansur Williams Brocklnridgo Covert N KOIT and Mr Kandalls successor itiix Mr Vaux said in part that Randalls hih rank uncl great fame were duo to his honesty his will power his courage and his determination his personal and political were beyond tho roach of sus picion Schemes jobs covert efforts to money wore neither counte nanced nor encouraged by him His honesty was the glory of his life Those of his party who could not agree with him on some ques tions bowed before his admittedly stainless honor Adjourned AVJIiTi RUN THE UNIVERSE Stupendous Operations Proposed by a Company TRENTON N Juno Tho charter of the North American Company was filed in tho Secretary of States offloo with a cap ital stock of Tho principal place of business of tho company in this State will be at Newark but they will transact business in all tho States and Territories iu South America Canada Europe and else where Tho Object of the corporation is to and promote tho formation of railway street railway steamship electrical light nnd electrical apparatus companies deal in stocks securities franchises operate telegraph and telephone gas and water works oil works mines for all kinds of ores carry on a transportation business of every character and tor tho transaction of all business necessary to tho accomplishment of tho objects set out as above A Band oi Bad Indians SPOKANE Juno J 0 Lonnard has just arrived from Okanogan county bringing news that tho storo of uPa Ctun robbed of a largo amount oi merchandise and dollars in cash on Thursday last by Indians who afterwards stampeded a band of horses and terrorized tho owner so by drawing tho back of a dirk knife across his throat that ho fled from tho country Tho Indian agent with a posse is in pursuit of tho Indians Give Her a Pension u Jnno TiuntJNE Bis San Pranotsoo ChronicIk A census on u monitor hero has found a col ored woman named Martha Gray who has had thirtyseven children slnoo Sho has given birth to triplets six times to twins six times and to seven others singly Sho Is now living with her and of children bnt one survives Six Days a Week ATLANTA Juno Tho Intorna tionai Typographical Convention1 adjourned afternoon passed a law prohib iting regular compositors from holding cases more thwasix dayVin aiiy r The Kaiser and Czar Will Discuss State Topics OPPOSITION TO A MILITARY INCREASE Bismarck Intimates That He Will Enter the Reichstag Which Will Create a New ists Censure the Gossip BERLIN June Copyrighted by New York Associated Ifc is scmiofTlciaily stated that Chancellor Ctiprlvl will accom pany Emperor William on his visit to the Czar in Austria which converts the meeting from an exchange of Imperial courtesies into a diplomatic event Prior to tho visit the Italian Premier Crlspl will come bore for a conference with Caprlvi after seeing the AusMianP rimieivVulnoky Those moves have a distinct relation to renewal of negotiations for a settlement of tho Bulgarian Russia persists in refusing to recognize Prince Ferdinand but will recognize the Bulgarian Premier The Govern men b after the dcp Uux of Ferdinand will send Russian Commissioners to offer Bulgarian peo as alternative candidates for tho tb rone the Dnko of Lichtenberg or Prince Karl son of tho Kin of Sweden Tie Gorman Russian and English diplo mats at Constantinople arc to be replaced by new who will work together on a more friendly footing The tendency of those changes arc ratuer iavorable to to riiiipwil of tho iufluonco in the Bal LaSbut not anytblng approaching his for mer dominance there so Austria may ac VHhoug tho votes of the committee on the army bill approved the essential fo tnrcs of that measure its ultimate fate is uncertain Tho opposition to an increase of tl o an v and tho sentiment in favor of rJ notion the term of service arc iowlnir larger There have been sent to tho Reichstag petitions against an in OTonsofroui manydistricts The delega tiois ofConservivcs from the Fourth dis trict Potsdam Bismarck to uo ceni the candidature forthe seat in the Reichsug nade vacant by the death of Woldoll BIsTimrck has promised to give the consideration and t ss taken to mean that howill stand To members of the Reichstag a ready foresee that thePrinces presence there will produce the grouping of a new party under riflemen arc meeting with an extremely cordial reception It has been decided to appoint a colonial council to take cognisance of tne increas mass of colonial work The council will bo composed of who Have won recognition as explorers in Africa aud other InelSmous meeting of social Democrats was held in tho Kolkslonmprei at Moabit a rubuib The immense building was packed to suffocation Tlio thousands unable to obtain admission hold overflow moet The mooting was very exciting Ihe spoakors freely criticised the Socialist ind Hbor policy of the Emperor The meeting passed a resolution censuring the Tho resolu tion sob forth that when Germany could be ovoinocl by rescripts tho people would de mand a full unrestrained share in the gov ornmontot the empiro could not be eov instructed the Ger man oiltcials of East Africa to prevent lumn Pasha from entering Uganda while negotia tions are ponding between Germany and England relative to territory in Africa WOES OF THE DE MALIS A Famous New York Divorce Suit Brought to a Termination NEW YOIUC Juno TRIBUNE Sun Francisco Chronicle With an order signed yesterday by Judge Ingraham of the Supremo a remlttitur from tho Court of Appeals one of tho most famous divorce suits ever tried in this city came to an end Tho first step in the pro ceedings was taken on March 11 1882 when an order was obained in the Supreme Court for service of summons by publication by Mrs Florence M DeMalis in her suit against Honrv A De Mails Owing to the social prominence of the parties involved the suit attracted widespread interest Mr De Maliss father a native of Liepsig came to this city in 1835 and accumnlatod a large fortune here Henry Mails graduated at Columbia College School of Mines Ho wont to Europe with his parents soon completing his education He made the Miss Florence Draper daughter of Theodore S Draper at a ball In Dresden In the fall of iSC9 and on March 1st following ho was married to her before the Consul in the Saxon oapitol Soon after this marriage they came to this country and went to Georgetown Califor nia where Do Malls had mining interests They returned to Europe In the fall of 1870 and their eldestchild a boy was born on November 29th of that year at Vevay Switzerland A little girl was born to them at Dresden on June 20 1875 Mrs De Malls loft her tinsband ih October 1881 and ap plied for a limited divorce on grounds of cruelty She suspected that it was his in tention to place her iu an insane asylum and she ran away from him to claim the protection of her relatives The worst al legation of cruelty was that he bad cast un just aspersions upon her chastity Mr De Mails denied the in detail in bis answer and hoclemanded judgmentfor an absolute divorce on tho ground that Ms wife had been intimate with his friend Baron Heino Von Geisy an officer in the Austrian army at Eger Bohemia was her in South Africa Those charges led to a challenge from the Baion which was avoided by an explanation on Do Maliss part The Court denied both a divorce JERSEY CITY CROOKEDNESS A Court Rosrcts That It Cannot Itendi the Culprits NEW TuiBUNE Dispatch gnn Francisco Iii sen tonolng James Deal for illegal voting Judge Llppincott in the Court of Sessions today said It has come to pass and the knowl edge is now tho common oi all that the path of political iinthis cityand county lead through a corrupted and stuffed baUotrbox Itis 3nW Interest of tbose so preferred and selected to aid those who commit dastardly outrages aaiusb thoelebtiye ames Dean you are but thV tool hMier in social andpolitioal positions gave method iult tho pffonse youare m asters if could bo reached would be subject fa can be imposed on and and sentenced Ho one mentiu fche fctnotyefc granted but doubtless will be The Assistant United States Treasurer at New York Ellis H Roberts Is the chief owner The suic is a friendly one making Roberts The liabilities are esti mated at about OUT IN THE COLD New England Icemen Find Them selves in an Awkward Position NEW YORK June Dispatch Francisco Chronicle at tempt to build up a corner in ice and to maintain high and outrageous prices for this necessary commodity is likely to be a complete failure In anticipation of high prices hundreds of individuals went into the ice business At first they would not sell at any price They borrowed money cm their stock paying high rates of The hero to Maine are now de manding their money and the result is that there are several agents of the individual icemen In town who are quietly offering ice in largo quantities at startlingly low prices so low indeed that the iigures barely coyer tho cosb of cutting storage and insurance It is said that there may be a the ice tniclc before the summer is over There is really ice enough housed to last thrue seasons even though next seasons crop should he an entire failure Hundreds of icegatherers are feeling particularly blue and many of them are willing to sell out at cost because they need the money From all sections come the reports of an overstock of ice and the difficulty in finding a market TWENTYFOUR HUNDRED OUT TJIHJ235 HUNDRED PLUMBERS JOIN THE DENVJRR STRIKE All tho Building Trades Likelyto Go Strikers Have Funds for a Six Months DENVER June to shows aspread in the strike which now embraces in addition ma chinonien bcnchmeii and carpenters the plumbers of Union No 3 numbering about JOO men So far no other unions have gone out in a body although individualmembers of many of them havebeen grantedand taken advantage ofpermission to strike Tho strikers are in receipt of not afew donations of money so they feel well sup plied with the sinews of war as a prominent striker said yesterday have re sources in sight for six months Expectations are entertained by the strik ers that other unions will strike The hope is sustained by the action of individual members of various unions in leaving work and the expressions of many others still at work Those unions would include the lathers plasterers brickmasqnsy stone cut ters and masons and all others connected with thebuilding trades is quiet demonstrations by either side meuare nowoufc DIDNT KNOW SHE WAS HURT A Girl Fatally Wounded Twelve Hours Before1 Discovering It NEW YORK June extra ordinary circumstance of Margaret Buckley yesterday was the ignorance of that she was fatally wounded for several hours after a bullet had penetrated herlungs She was only 18 years old handsome and intelligent and kept house for her brother James Buckley On Wednesday evening James who is 20 years pf ago was examining a revolver which had been left In the house by a friend It was discharged at an instant when the muzzle was accidentally pointedxtowards Margaret who said she felt her leg although the bullet entered her left breast Her brother asked her at the time if he had shot her and she said Dr Joseph Grady was called to attend Margaret but not until yesterday morning about twelve hours after the shooting The girl suffered at first only from a sensation of nausea and a small stain of blood upon her under garment alone betrayed the loca tion of the wound She told the physician at first that she had shot herself for the purpose as she explained just before the approach of death of shielding her brother whom sho dearly loved from arrest aud prosecution A bullet of small caliber like said Dr Gradythis morning may easily penetrate the body so quickly that unless it strikes a bone the wounded person would be injury ward In this case there was nobleeding and the girl did not know she was hurt until the next A NEW TRANSCONTINENTAL It Will Cost Seventy Millions and Has No Parallel WASHINGTON June The prospectus of the newly projected transcontinental rail road has just been issued in this The name signed to it is Thomas Green The road is to be called the Missouri Western It is to run from Norfolk through Virginia Tennessee Kentucky Mis souri Arkansas Indian Territory and Texas to Iscilita N where it will make connection with the Mine running to San Francisco According to the prospectus a preliminary survey has been made and the calculations show that the whole project is to cost 000 000 The intention is to have the main In operation from Portsmouth a to Belmont within three years from next All bonds are to be secured by one blanket mortgage on all tho present and future property of the com pany A new line of fast steamships is to runln conjunction with the railroad from Norfolk to MilfoTd Haven in the nearest English port The road is to cross twentytwo other roads almost at right with not a single parallel line within one hundredmiles The is incorporated under an act of the Legislature of The company have a bonded dobfc of The principal aud interestof these bonds are to be guaran teed by a rich guarantee company tobein corporatcd by a bill bolorer Congress and bondswill be time to time as funds may be required for construction equipment i A Baronesss Sad June patchSau Francisco Chronicle Kathleen B BriiceVdlediii dv Shewas the wife JSdwaTd Austin a baron of she ran with in her arms and camoto America findingorlc with a amily thiscity ago sick and since that time gradually She that 5her body be placed in vault recreant husf band Boysen order this m in whlclrwill us a of r S DRAWS THE LIKE AT JOHN L An Athletic Club Takes Pride in its Respectability AND THINKS SULLIVAN IS TOO TOUGH An Entertainment for the Congress men Is to Be Races and Ball of the Clubs was cbaractertzod by weak batting on both sides First Boston 340000018 Philadelphia 0 100020025 Boston 9 Philadelphia Errors Boston 3 Philadelphia S Hat tonesNichols and Bennett and Clement LnipiroJ WASHINGTON Tune TRIBUNE Dis Francisco Chronicle Series It looks now as if John L Sullivan would not got his vindication In fact from the out look it seems as if he will get a worse snub bing than he did on his last visit here As stated in these dispatches the Board of Governors of the Columbia Athletic Club invited John L to give an exhibition before the members and a number of Congressmen next week The publication of this fact has brought a storm of protests upon the manag ers heads which threatens to annihilate them at next election The Athletic Club has 900 members and has just completed and moved Into one of the iinest clubhouses in the country and the bettor element say they do not intend to bring themselves down to the level of pmeQghters and entertain John L Sullivan A call for a special meet ing of the club has been largely signed and the president will announce the date of the meeting soon At this meeting the club in tends to overrule the Board of Managers and withdraw the invitation to Sullivan This is the way ono of the prominent members of tho club talks in regard to the matter Sullivans professional fame rests upon his success in the lowest and most de grading occupation that a man can follow that of brutal prizcflghting His character is such that his career as a prizefighter even has been made notorious by drunken sprees wifebeating bullying episodes and innumerable infractions of the law At the present time he is under indictment for an ollenso against the laws of the State oC Mis sissippi and he is now on his way to that State to serve tho sentence of tho court It is an open secret that if he can gain tho moral support of so respectable an organiza tion as the Columbia Athletic Club he hopes to secure the aid and countenance of the Mississippi delegation in Con gress and other prominent Mississippians on whoso attendance he counts to thwart the ends of justice It does not seem to me that such a club as the Columbia Athletic Club can for any temporary or financial advantage afford to lend itself to any such a disroptuablc scheme It is safe to say that John L Sullivan will not give an exhibition before the Congressmen as THE OLUJJ TAKES WASHINGTON June 14 Associated Columbia Athletic Club governors re cently gave permission to John L Sullivan to give a boxing exhibition in their gymna sium Many protested and tonight the club met and voted to prohibit the affair GAODAUR AND TO ROW June Teenier telegraphed an acceptance of tho offer of a S1000 purse for a race at Point of Pines between himself Hanlan and Gaudaur Trine 26th As Hanlan declines to row for less S5000 it is expected the race will be contested by Gaudaur and Teomor The Races MORIIIS PARK N June Kamapo Welter handicap seven Worth won Now or Never second Vardes third Time Throggs Neck stakes threeyearolds seven Dr Hclmuth won Kemp land second Monroe third Time Great Eclipse stakes twoyearolds added six Sallie McClelland won Russell second Reckon third Time Westchester cup mile and a Tenny won Sorrento second no third Time Twoyearolds six EvangeJine won Eclipse second Contribution third Time Annie Wood handicap mile and a fourth Zephyrus won Gipsy Queen second Budd hist third Time AT ST LOUIS ST Louis May Twoyearolds five Rose Howard won Black Knight second Mingman third Time Mile AVarpeak won Harry Ireland sec ond Dousman third Time Charles Green stakes mile and a Letcher woa Bishop second Time Mile and an Elyton won Oartoon second Bonita third Time Threefourths of a mile First heat Little Crete won Carnegie second Bertha Time Bertha won Little Crete second Carnegie third Time Bertha won Little Crete second Time AT KANSAS CITY KANSAS CITY June Twoyearolds six Joe Woolman won Ed Bell second Dewberry third Time 25 Six furlongs First heat Sam Ardo won Dyer second Jessie McFarland third Time 25 Sam Ardo won Dyer second Jessie McFarland third Time Directors stakes threeyearold fillies milo and an Blue Vail won Amelia second East Love third Time Threeyearolds and upward mile Little Minnie won Mabel second La Premiere third Time Threeyearolds and upward milev and Hamlet won Germanic second Vice Eegent third COUNSELLOR BRINGS A GOOD PRICE ST Louis June 14 The Pate Stock Farm Company has purchased of James Son ofBeatrlce the stallion Counsel by dam Crop price The Players Brotherhood The1 PiUsburgnnd Buffalo Brotherhood teams two Dairies today The home team won the arne tlic second game Morris hold the BaiTfilo down well and Hanlon won an interesting game Attendance 1200 First Buffalo 12 0 0 0 0 200 2004 Buffalo 16 Pittsbiirg 11 Buf fulo 11 Pifctsburg 4 Haddock and Miick Galvin and Quinn Gaffaey Second game Buffalo 00 2 0 0 0 0 02 0 02 0 05 4 Pittsburp tl Buffalo 3 ind Morris and Quhm Gaffaey and stupid errors and theirinulrilitv to hit caused the dcfcnt cf the Cleveland Brotherhood club today Attend g jr 000 5Chicago find ZaeharUvs 1200 Second game Philadelphia 0 020001003 000000000 Philadelphia 9 Boston 7 Philadelphia 1 1 Boston 3 Bat t v icKerj and CleintMHs Clark aud Bennett Zuohnrias The National League BROOKLYN New York played a miserable came today al lowing tho Brooklyn team to pile up runs at will Attendance 3300 Brooklyn 0 S 1 1 0 3 S 0 New York 0 0000002 02 New York 2 Brooklyn ir Krrorsr New York 9 Brooklyn 2 Kusie and Buckley Lnvett and Bushong arid Powers CHICAGO The League game was postponed wet grounds CINCINNATI Cincinnati batted Koatins pitehinc terrifically in todays league game and won as they pleased Attendance Cincinnati 0 I 1 3 0 1 3 0 9 0 Duryca and Keonun Bcatin and Ziminer McDormott liOSTON Tho Boston and Philadelphia Players played two games tnday each wibniug one game Attendance 4UOO First game 0 S Phihidelphia 101300005 16 Philadelphia 11 Boston 2 Philadelphia 0 Rudbournc and Sweet Sanders and Milligan Umpires Gunning and Matthews Scoflnd Philadelphia 1 20 1 0 0 0 1 0 01 Boston 7 Philadelphias Bos ton 5 Philadelphia 5 x Ivilroy and Murphy Cunniiijiham and Cross Umpires Gunning and Matthews Standing of the Clubs Follcwlua is tho standing of cnch club in tlie Miree organizations atthe close of Fri days games played ah exciting game is af ore twentyfive hu ndTcd spec 0 0 jli 1LAVSHS BUOTKEKHOOD NATIONAL Boston Brooklyn New York 555 Cliiciifjo 41 21 fxSrt Chicago Pittsburg Cleveland 39 j IS 37 500 Boston York Clcvelnnd 41 43 19 BulTalo AMEHICAX ASSOCIATION 0 Athletic1 Rochester Louisville 585 St Louis Columbus Toledo Brooklvn 40 30 38 7s 17 15 450 435 394 SHE ABHORS A FUSS ANTONIOS DEMANDS A VERY QUIET WEDDING The Groat Actress Afflicted by Nervous Likely to Appear ou the Stage Again LONDON June TRIBUNE Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle Series Mary Anderson being interviewed today con cerning her wedding said If it Is possible only members of my family will be present I have been compelled to ignore even friends who have been most kind to me while in England We snall go away immediately after tho What No magnificent dresses No pretty bridesmaids Nothing of the replied Mary I have no magnificent trousseau I have de cided that everything should be perfectly quiet I shall wear a walking dress most probably I hate a fuss and would rather the wedding should be entirely Tony was standing behind tbc door during all this evidently Impatient for the promised walk yet gazing with evident admiration at her Now I am afraid I can give you n6th Ing more Yes Ill tell you what Ill do Ill ask Dr Griffin to come to you He will toll you perhaps better than I what ar rangements have been made and all about ifc Now yon will excuse me wont you and without waitingfor a reply Mary sailed out of the room and the correspondent was left standing in themiddle of the floor In a few minutes Dr Griffin made his ap pearance Without mucb ado be un burdened himself I would have bad her married at a Protestant be said I would have had the thing done up in style You know I dont like her going off in tbis quiet way Neither does her mother but she would have it her own way and now you know she has retired into private life al together It Is no use arguing with her She always hated too much publicity Mary is going to be married at a little Catholic chapel by a wellknown priest Not a soul has or will be invited The only myself her mot Inl and her own brother with his wife wlium you know is the daughter of Lawrence Barrett After theweddlng Mary and her husband will start immediately for stopping at Dover over night proceeding to Paris leisurely the next Has Mary quite recovered from her illness answered the doctor I think I mpy say that she has quite recovered but it takes very little to upset her Even the fatigue of doing a little shoppingis too mucb for her she comes in quite hausted That illness was a complete breakdown of tlic nervous system quent upon bard unceasing work You see she wanted to do all the work herself She managed the rehearsals and business ana everything It was more than she could stand and utterly prostrated Do you think she lias really retired from the stage for good and Well that is to say lou never can tell what a woman is going to do or what may happen her alter her views and intends 1 think myself that she is acting very unfairly frJcnas and the public and also to heiself but then I dont suppose Mr Navarro tv6uld like her to act any I shouldnt If I her i TO BE 3IAKKrET BY A YORK Oratory Tuesday rndraing Anderson will wed Tho 7bo v by A Sea of Difficulties Engulfs the Tory Cabinet THE OPPOSITION WORRIES MR SMITH Lord at With the Queens Doric Steams Around the leys Proofs Precious Manuscript as possible onlypersons at tchdarbDrV wife mother of the lJer fbrotber and wife1 wbovlsvadaugbtctr 7 of Lawrence Am LONDON Juno TiunuxE Dispatch San Francisco Chronicte Series Tho Gov ernment is in an exceedingly unpleasant situation Tho uttter failure of the Carlton Club meeting when Lord Salisbury failed to obtain the consent of his follow partisans to his suspension scheme is a very serious matter for the Cabinet The resignation of James JUunro chief of metropolitan police on account of trouble with tho Homo Secretary and the defection of thirty Tories who arc trying to make up with tho inde pendent faction of this LiberalUnionists are stunning blows to tho Ministry and tho conunuod inability of Sir James Ferguson Parliamentary Secretary of the Foreign 6 In ce to reply to questions in the House of Commons concerning negotiations with Ger many in relation to African territory exhibits a weakness which puts tba admin isi ration in a very unenviable light before the country All these things have got the Government inso a dilemma out of which tho way is by no means clear Even if Lord Salisbury should succeed dosplto the marked opposi tion of inllueutiii Tories yesterday in con verting all tho Conservatives to his scheme of suspension or carrying bills over to the next session from the stage which I hoy have reached in this ho will meet unex pected antagonism from the Liberals They would heartily welcome the suspension policy but they will strongly oppose tho method by which the Premier Intends to put it in practice They contend that it should bo done by a bill formally offered and passed by the House aud not by a standing order which would not secure to Liberals the advantages of this plan So complicated a quandary have tho bad management and disregard of the desires got the Cabinet into on all sides that it really looks even to many of the Tories themselves as if nothing could dissolve the gordian knot of its diillculty but the sword of dissolution Mr Smith Is baited every day by the op position as to the intention of the Grovern mcnt and so fagged out is the thank worrying duties and so much has hiK health suffered that ho becomes each day more anxious to resign his post He would do so immediately but tho dilliculty occa sioned by tho rival claims of Goschen and BaHour for the Government leadership in the Commons compels Lord Salisbury to ask Smith to remain where ho is Indeed tho selfish interests of several members of the Cabinet are not the least among the causes of contention and confusion in tho Govern ment ranks arid the attitudcbf Lord Hart ington andhlsfaction shows that they are riot to upon to stand by Lord Salisbury The complications are becoming inextricable TttOtTBM IN THE ARMY It is positively announced that Lord Wolseloy will resign his position as adjutant general of tho headquarters staff of tho army his resignation to taka effect on July Differences have long existed be tween Lord Wolseley and his colleagues at headquarters His views as to the reorgani zation of the army are known to bo at vari ance with those of the commanderinchtef tho Duke of Cambridge whose retirement ho considers necessary before anything practical can be effected The Queen stands by her royal cousin and refuses to hear of his withdrawal from a position with rhicli he has been so long Identified The Dnko himself shows no disposition to take the hints which are so freely given by the press and public Lord Wolseley finding tho sit uation becoming more and more difficult and disagreeable has accordingly deter mined to send in his resignation t A STEAMERS VOYAGE The White Star steamer trading between London and New Zealand claim that it has made the fastest voyage around tho world The total time the Doric steamed was 77 days 6 hours and 50 minutes The distance ran was miles and tho engine worked continuously there being no slowing or stopping STANLEYS PROOFS LONDON Tune Associated The St James Gazette says a complete set of proofs of Stanleys forthcoming work obtained by a person who offered copies to one English paper and two papers published In the colonies The copies were accepted but their publication was thwartedoy the issue of a circular by the bouse which is to publish the book warning any person against publishing the work under penalty A IllECIOUS MANUSCRIPT Tho original manuscript of poem Scots Who HaeWi Wallace was pur chased by an American forSTO at auction THE RECORD OF CRIME Eyrauds Gay An Inhuman parent Tort ares His Child HAVANA June H Eyraud has changed his tactics This mornins he was all smiles and seemed to be as cheerful as a young bride and quite as hopeful Tho change is remarkable and the authorities who yesterday were in agonies overhis des perate mood fearing that he woulddestroy himself any moment are now thrown into a worse state of mind by his sudden trans formation They fear that it is some dodge by which to escape that hewill feten sickness andtry to get into a bJspital and thence escape He thinks it will be a ion time before he can be takett across the water not knowing that full preparations are already being made for his departure He will on board ship be placed in a cage made of steel bars open on all sides COB nothing but adiaJr and will keep by him constantly the guard will be a steel put on him in case ho davioience to himself The cage 5s modejed much after those in use for transporting JuhUists M Si beria V A SHEBIFJ MURDERED June 14 Iress tally wounded this evening by William West a prisoner at trial for murder The Sheriff had supper and when he turned his West drew a revolver but was soon i Jacob Ackerman becatno angeredat h B ailed together in tho ;