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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - March 9, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah Tho Sunday Tribune has and Cable dispatcher than nil Intcr jmountnm papers coinUsncd The Circtilaiion of SundayTribmiereacbes all parts of the UnitedStates and in the World outside VOL 137 SALT LAKE CITY UTAJBL SUISTDAT MOKSTBTGh MARCH 9 1800 PBICE FIVE CENTS THE TRIBUNES SPECIALS Salt Lukes Attractions Presented to tiie Chicago People keep their hands ofF the old Giant players or the chances of a lawsuit for damans This uction on the part of tho League club has been anticipated for several days and Is notlikely to create any serious corn motion among tlio players hackers They will o rluht ahead with the work constructing grounds in preparation for tho coming ball season A GREAT ADVERTISEMENT NAVIGATION OF GREAT SALT LAKE one of West strong shore Tho Groat Tinsh of TJoomnrH to the Cherokee Oklahoma Stampede ton lo Chi cagos TJjirtyMilIionloJIar Canal CmcAno Maroh to I Grant of Halt Lako is hero and remarks on tlie at tnioMvciKiss of elty as a summer rc havo aroused considerable interest Iff is booming The rocont election lias already boen productive of beneficial results There Is a big railway and navigation scheme on hand there which will rnalO Salt Lako one of tho greatest pleasure resorts in tho United States Th Saltairo proprietors havo petitioner tho city council for a franchise to run a road tho city limits A lino of steamers will be run between Saltalro Beach autlTColtori at tlio northwest end of Great Salt Lake This lino will tako passen gers off the Central Pacific at Kellon giving them a five hours ride tho length of tho lake From there they will bo taken to Ogclcn and Halt Lako City over tlio new railway The boat lino will be the moans of bring ing out our elty as a great summer It wll also starv lines of pleasure boats bo tweon pienio grounds Tho groat snow capped mountain ranges MiG desert Ktiufehcri antl tho pretty Islands make a picture from tho Great Salt Lako A sail arontul tho lake will also bo tho greatest health restorers In tho Nothing is more bracing than tho caught a few miles from the While dutinlto plans havo not boon mado public enough Is known to satisfy us that iho oulerprlso will bring thousands of visitors to Halt Lake every Jf TtllO CHKIIOKKK STRIP HOOMKKM TA spoolai from Arkansas City reports tho return ot Buckskin Jor and Hooky Mountain Bill two noted scouts from a two weeks hunt In tho Choiokoo strip They saw quite a number of sottloiH but not enough to oo cupy all theclaims stakiid olT Tlioy bo llovod others worn hiddon In brush At big bonfl ol tho Arkansas river a lot of men arc oampod who throatonwl to cross and burn tho cattle mon out and ap propriate tho barbedwire fonoes own n so Thft noithorn part of tho strip islltornlly overrun with boomers Thoy travel mostly jn prairlo schooners and protond to bo going to Oklahoma but In reality sook tho choice claims on Uio strip The Santa Fo trains arrive Wichlt each day loaded down with boomers blankets and camp equipage and boom is already assuming tho proportions o tho groat Okalahoma boom of last April Tho Chorokoes aro much alarmed and tho chlof of tho J net tan polluo has orders to eject tho boornors from tho Tilack Hoar rivor but tho foroo at his command Is totally Inadu juato Thoro aro well auLiiontieatod re ports that various camps of boomers will in vado tho strip on the of April the anni versary of tho Olcalahorna opening ItONT CAKE bOU CHICAflO SKWKKAOE b is now quite certain that Chl eugoVi tlilrtymllllondoliar drainage earial if eonstructod at all will only bo constructed after years of litigation with Mso of tho Illinois Ttlvor valley towns who object to a of Chi cago sowuvago being turned down upon them A called mooting of a committee of may ors of tho river towns was hold at Ottawa yesterday Tho committee on legal advice reported an opinion that tho sending of a greater volumo of sewerage through tho Bridgeport pumps might bo stopped by in junction A coiuiniUoo of throo was ap pointed to niiso monoy to carry ou tho liti gation Tho oommiltoo is divided on tho drainage question Mayor of La Sallo who has traveled all ovor Europe inspecting sewerage systems says Chicago must adopt the Berlin or system for tho good health of its citizens SLOW SUBU1U1AX TUAIJsS The heavy damage suits against tho dif ferent suburban railroad companies hor for loss of life and injuries at street cross ings havo decided thorn to run within th city limits at the rate proscribed by tho olc miles an avoid responsibility Today tho now time tables of tho railroads appeared with suol slow timo to suburban points that thoro talk of establishing eating houses along tho routes Suburban residents aro wondering how they will got iu and out of thy city ant will petition for sleeping cars while thou sands of business men aro vigorously damn ing tho now service Australian Thorotighlrel8 Yomc March Dispatch Francisco Chronicle J Koso who has about sold all his trotting stoek acknowledges that Thomas J Merry of Oregon has gone to Australia to secure for him ten of tho finest Australian thoroughbred mares lie can Hncl Ho is also comrnlsskmod to buy if he can do so the best horse In all Australia as a sire for this lot securing a basis for a breeding farm for thoroughbreds which Kose js to establish at Yesterday Koso cabled to Mr Merry to go ahead with his purchases and also cabled him several thousand dollars to be used in making cash deposits to bind tho purchases Jf Mr Koses sale here had not proved a success this order to go ahead would not have been sent for tho Aus tralian purchaser was dependent on this success The Senate Discussion Gave Salt Me a Good Sendoff SENATORIAL PREDICTIONS FOR IDAHO Dubois and Shoup Will be the First Republican Senators Will be cuted by the Bourbons F8ED ANDTHE LILY ARE OUT The Prince MaJces an Untimely and Gcbhiirdt Gets Mad Call NEW YOHK March Dispatch Francisco Chroiilclc Gebhardt the devoted admirer of tho Lang try is sad Ho has a year and a good digestion yet he is sad Tho Lang try and Fred Gobhardt havo parted in anger Tho fondness of many years lias cooled Ho arrhed from England on tlio steamship For months tho two havo boon drifting apart It lias always boon Mrs Langtrys ambition to return to London tho sccno of her triumphs as a professional beauty bo foro she became an actress but sho would not do that until sho had made a great deal of money enough to withstand a serious loss Jr necessary So sho remained in Amorleu making no curl of ruonoy anclFrocl Gobhardfc was over with her Lang try left Now York last surumor for England Ciobharclb did not accompany her It was only when it was learned in this country that Mrs Langtry was 111 that ho departed on a few hours notice Tho immediate cause oC tho ostrangomentbctwcon Gobhardt ind Mrs Langtry was tho fact that tho Trlnco of Wales called upon her at an inop HMUmo time so far as Gobhardt was con jornod I mined lately on Gobharclts arrival In tho British capital he went to tho hotel whoro Iis L any try was stopping and engaged wins thoro Then ho sent his card to tho oatity but Mrs Laugtry was not atloisuro Die 1rlnjo of Wains was on hor fcbliardt could not bo received then When Gobhardt did HOC Mrs Langtry thoro was war and a few days later Mr Gebhardt went In Southampton where hoboardod tho and returned homo Mr Gobhardt was soon at his rooms last night lie said it was business alono which caused his sudden return and ho did not know whether ho would remain in Now York or go to his California ranch Langtry Is making a groat success in ho not only on tho but soolaliy Woarostillyood friends 1 do not intend to go abroad again for somo PfiOGEEDINGS Public Buiding Bills Considered by the Jliowcr House WASHINGTON March tho House tho morning hour was consumed in a discus sion of tho bill for compulsory attendance of witnesses before registers of landolHcos which passed Tlio Houso thori in Cornmittoo of tlio Whole rosurncd consideration oC public buildlug itioasures Tlio Ilrst bill oailod up was that increasing from to tho limit oC tho cost of tlio public building at Newark N and miiklug appropriation for tho in cioaso Mount raised the point of ordor that it was not within tho power of tho Committoo on 1ubllo Buildings and Grounds to recom mend an appropriation After a long dis cussion tho appropriation olimso was stricken out and bill us amended was laid aside with a favorable recommendation Aftor several bills wove considered tho coin in itloo aroso and reported tho bills to tlio House immediately found Itself in a small deadlock Thoro no quorum to pass tho bills and tho friends of tho measures would riot consent to jin adjourn ment Finally tho previous question was ordorod on all tho bills and it was agreed that they should bo considered Tuesday morning Adjourned DEAO OR ALIVE The Credit Mobil lor PHILADELPHIA March E Mc Michaol today mado au application to tho Court of Common Pleas in tho matter of tho petition of tho Credit Mobilier company of America for dissolution Tho accounts show tho corporation possossod only of tho books and papers used by it which aro of no value and that tho corporation has no outstanding obligations of any kind Treasurer Hara avers that prior to tSTp and since tho cor poration had no assets or property except claims to certain lauds in Iowa and Nebraska and claims against tho Union Pacific Kallvoad oompany all of which claims wore contested All tho various claims and suits had been adjusted Judge Williamson took the matter under advise ment After tho NEW YORK Feb first stop in tho now series of lawsuits by tho Metropolitan Exhibition company against tho local of tho League club began today when Lawyer Duystors sent out notices to VicePresident Salcott Robinson and other directors of New Yorks limited warning thorn to A Funeral Js Belayed Until the Ques tion is Settled March Dis Francisco Chronicle Kccoutly aftor an iiluoss of a few days Miss Aunlo A Pollard a beautiful girl of who had boon sullonngfroman attack of a Qrippc suddenly and to tho belief of hose around hor passed away Tho body vas prepared for burial and funeral ob woro announced to take placo tho lay aftor but before tho hour arrived tlio notice was withdrawn and tho casket ro movod from tho houso That morning a physician had visited tho supposed death ohatnber and ou examination of tho body had doelarod that ilfo was not oxtiuot but tho young woman was in a Other doctors wore immediately sum mon od and as soon as possible on arrival at the houso went to work according to all tho methods known to science to attempt resuscitation and aftor laboring for about an hour and making a thorough diagnosis jravo it us their opinion that tho young woman was dead and boyond human skill to bring to life Hut tho fimitly physician still assorts that sho is not dead Tho family aro not satis lied and acting on tho ailvice of physicians and friends havo deoldod to keep the body out of tho ground until decomposition shall put to rest all doubts Decision for the Tlio Grande YORK March Wallace in tho Circuit Court today gave a decision for tho Denver Klo Grande Railroad com pany in its suit against the United States Trust oompany Tho action was brought to compel tho trust company to counter sign and deliver certain mortgage bonds to railroad company for the purpose of building certain branches of tho road The defendant contended that it was not author zed under tho terms of its trust to do so unless tho branches were more than ton nllos In length and then only for the part uoluding tho ton rnllo sections v Omaha Imiemcn Strike OMAHA Maroh linemen of this city about ono hundred and twentyfive leeided last night to quit work until their lomand for an increase of wages is con ceded by their employers This action was aken by the Union Linemen which ncludes tho linemen employed by the Eloo rio companyvtho Western Unlou Union Pa illo and telephone companies Tho com lanios interested refused to grant the in roaso which is from and to SALT LAKE TJIIBTJNE BUREAU 517 Fourteenth Street WASHINGTON D March S 1890 Fridays debate in the Senate was a rous ing advertisement for Salt Lake It has received widespread circulation and Sen ator Paddocks statement of tho growth prosperity and future prospects of tho city must draw renewed attention in tho East to tho metropolis by the lake Tho bill will come up again on Monday for consideration and action Senator Paddock today appeared before tho Sonato Committee on Public Grounds and Buildings and made an earnest plea that trio committee recede from its amend ment reducing the appropriation Ho pre sented statistics of Salt Lakes growth and of the public business transacted and com pared it with that of Helena He urged that as Utah was likely to remain for a number of years a Territory economy would bo observed by the construction of a building ample for all Federal needs The committee however refused after consultation to recede from their Senator Paddock learning that intimations havo eomo from the House committee that a half million appropriation would not bo considered favorably is inclined to bcliovo that bill at an amount for which tho Sonato committee will stick in con f orenco is tlio best possible solution of tho problem Ho foars the cilocts of longer de lay as the House calendar is already filled with building bills which havn precedence IDAHO AND WVOMING HILLS The bills for tho admission of Idaho and Wyoming will in all probability bo called up in tho House during tho coming wock Tho Houso Committee on Territories has declined to wait longer on Springer and will urge consideration of tho measures on tho majority report Springer and Mansur will present a minority report recommend ing an omnibus bill which will include Ari zona and New Mexico The debate will divide on strictly party lines The new rules give precedence to admission bills as privileged subjects and fllibustorers liko KiJgoro and Springer will find it diilioulfc to obstruct prompt consideration of those measures IDAHOS SENATORS Governor Shoup Delegate Dubois and Mayor Kiosel of Ogdonare spending a few days at Old Point Comfort Governor Shoup will remain in Washington until the Idaho Statehood question is settled In a recent interview upon prospective Idaho politics tho Governor stated that the first selection for United States Senator in Idaho would doubtless bo Delegate Dubois Tho said Governor Shoup will owe this to Dubois for his magnificent fight for Idahoans in Washington say that the second Senator will probably be Governor Shoup TITE PAYMASTER GENERALSHIP Tho PaymasterGeneral will probably bo nominated on Monday William Smith tho present PaymasterinOhiof of the Depart ment of Dakota will in all liklihohd draw tho prize BOUIIBON PBUSKOUTION WASHINGTON1 March Dis Francisco Chronicte begins to lookas though there were more than ono bad disposition entertained by the Democrats In the House and that they aro not only determined to rule or ruin but to persecute those who do not follow their lead The Bourbons were greatly incensed at tho contestant in the Feathorstone vs Gate contested election case from Arkansas which was decided this week in favor of the former Both tho contestant and the con testoo aro the contestant is an independent Democrat having refused to cooperate with tho bloodthirsty element of the Bourbon party which led in tho assas sination of Clayton who was the contestant of Clifton H Brockinridges seat Aftor Mr Foathorstono was sworn in the other day some of the irate Democrats began to him and show a disposi tion to persecute him at every opportunity Tho surroundings became so unpleasant for Mr Foatherstono that ho refused to sit on tho Democratic side of the house where aro located the only vacant seats to be found in the hall of tho Houso of Kepresontatives and last day or two stood around ou the Republican side or sat on lounges or seats temporarily vacant by absent Repub licans This is the only Instance of the kind on record It would not have been believed by auyono week ago that such conduct was even tho most hostile Democrats It is likely however that the stinging speeches of some of the Republicans tho Bourbons to the piteh in which thoy find themselves and which is venting its spleen upon Mr Featherstouo Two or throe of the Repub licans havo offered to trade seats with Mr Featherstone among thorn Mr Kelly of Kansas and it is likoly he will be given a seat on tho Republican a trade PACIFIC WASHINGTON March S Associated from the and itwas recog nized tho legal Houso by the State Senate The report of tho committee will not bo made for several days as it will bo a long document diseussiug both the law and the facts in the case Gray it is expected will prepare tho re port of the minority Tlie presentation of the report will be a signal for an extended debate and it may be several weeks before the Senate reaches a vote on the subject Turpic is of the no election has been accomplished and the case should bo remanded to the State of Montana for ao tlon He may make an independent re port to that effect MUST NOT ALTElf THE BECORD The Senate Committee on Privileges and Elections today considered the resolution olVered by Chandler regarding tho iuterpo Jation by Call ofcertain remarks in his speech on tho murder of Deputy Marshal Saunders in Florida Tho committee cle oidcd to recommend that tho record shall contain a report of Galls speech according to the notes of the official reporter The question of the limit of debate within par liamentary bounds the eommicteo will reconiTiicucl bo referred to the Committee on Rules for definition The eorninittoo will also ask that tho Com mittee on Rules bo requested to report an amendment to the rules by whioh the col umns of tho record will be protected from any interpolations Tin SAN ritANCisco UNKJULOYED Several appeals have beori mado to the Secretary of War by one Walters of San Francisco who signs himself President of tlio Executive Committoo of the Unem for the issue of government rations to the largo number of persons in San Fran cisco represented asout of work and sulfur ing from lack of the necessaries of life Secretary Proctor referred him to the civil authorities as there is no fund at his dis posal which can bo used for this purpose THE CRIMES OF THE DAY A Prominent Minister Who Everything in Sight Stoic TRACKING THE FRENCH MURDERER New Developments in the Burchell Victims Instead of One of a With Italians A Distinguished Assemblage Follow the Remains to the Grave March services ovor tho remains of Hon George H Pendlo ton were held this mornlug at Christ Church attended by the family and friends only A cortege was then formed to escort tho remains to Music Hall It consisted of a detachment of police First Regiment of Ohio National Guard Governor Campbell of Ohio and staff tlio hearrse surrounded by a hollow squaro by tho members of the old Woodward Club carriages containing family and friends Mayor Mosby Governor Buckncr of Kentucky exGovernors Moyes and Bishop exMinister Taft cxLioutenant Governor Lyon the municipal officers of Covington and Newport and foreign con suls a long lino of civic associations and all tho bothparties On arrival at tho Musio Hall tho casket was borne to a catafalque in front of the stage beautifully draped with National emblems and palms Con spicuous among tho flowers jwas a wreath in the German colors placed thore by German Consul at a token of tho lovo of tho German people for Pendle ton After the was followed by the family and Spring Grove cemetery where the interment was made JIarch Dispatch Francisco Chronicle N Hodgson was a young bookkeeper with throo Jiouses and lots and a bank account For seven years ho had been engaged to Addio May Bishop Yesterday afternoon ho went to Miss Bishops homo and proposed that tho marriage take place at once The pair vis ited tho probate office secured a license and then repaired to the residence of Eev Dr Sprccher of tho Euclid Avenue church where they were married They then re turned to tho Bishop residence Hodgson left the house a few minutes later and going to his room shot himself iu tho Lead anc died Tho bride did not hear of the suicide until today and when she went after tho body learned that Hodgsons relatives were in possession of it It may bo replovied to morrow by tho bride A THIEVING MINISTER BEADIKTG March Dis Francisco Chronicle Kev M L Fritch a wellknown preacher in this county was arrested today on a charge of larceny Fritch is at the head of foux flourishing congregations of tho Keforrnod Church in the county lie is about 45 years old is fairly well off and lias a wife and Fritchs friends say he is the victim of kleptomania Ho has boon in the habit of visiting tho large hardware store of Bard Eeber Co whenever he came to Reading After his visits various articles were missed but owing to the high station of the clergy man tho firm long refused to believe that he was the thief On Wednesday last Fritch drove to tho store about noon and asked to see James J Kober the senioi member of tho firm M r Ke berwas not in Later in the day Fritch called again Ho went up stairs to the second iloor riot seeing a cleric who was in a position to note what might take place The allegation is that the minister walked through the sec ond floor took a package lying on one of tho Sidney Dillon Interviewed NEW YORK March Post re porter called on Dillon and asked him Secretary Windoms proposition substitutoifor the United States which now form of Jho sinking fund of tho Union Pacific railroad an equal amount of first mortgage bonds of that railway bearing G interest Dillon acknowledged that such niout would be regarded favorably bytho railroad the sale of its bonds being an ad vantage while tho interest although com ing out of tho roads earnings would bo ap plied towards the extinction of theroads liability to the Government What the to do how said Dillon in conclusion is to take the bonds of our branch roads in exchange for its bonds These branches havo been declaredto be of benefit to the main line and substitution of their securities by the Government would be of greater advantage to tho road than even tho proposed arrange Hard on the Cattle Men ARKANSAS CITY March ately after the issuance of the Presidents proclamation ordering tho cattlemen to re move their herds from the Cherokee strip they began to negotiate for leases on several Indian reservations iu the Territory and some have consummated such leases All were greatly excited today by the re ceipt of a notice from tho Indian agent that Commissioner Morgan had instructed him to allow no such arrangements to be made by any cattlemen or others to treat with the Indians for lands for grazing pur poses or not to allow cattle on the reserva tion under the opinion of tho AttorneyGeneral that discretionary power in tho matter Secretary Wiuddm has begun the sale Of Pacific railroad sink ing fund bonds and tlio the proceeds in first mortgage bonds of the sub sidized roads Sales for the present will bo confined to government fourper cents of which their available four and a half million dollars The amount of these already sold is and the proceeds were invested in mortgage bonds of the1 Central THE DECIDED The Senate Committee on Privileges and Elections after finally reached a decision in the case of the con tested Montana Senatorshlp and by a party vote decidqd to recoraniend to the Senate that Power and Sanders Kepublican Sen ators be The grpunid upon whichthe majority of the committee1 takes as a basis for its recommendation Republican House of vlegal its mbmberis election Renegade Apaches Captured GLOBE five rene gade Apaches who murdered George Her bert a freighter a week ago were over taken yesterday on Salt river thirty miles north of Globe by a detachment of troops under command of Lieutenant Watson The troops had a sharp fight with the Indians resulting in tho Jdlling of two renegades and the capture of tho other three one of whom was wounded The troops had trav eled over three hundred miles of ihe roughest country in the Territory and in the skirmiuh with the Indians escaped without a The killed wereburied where they foil and the prisoners brought hero today They will be turned overto the authorities of GrahamCounty for trial Field on Honest Government BOSTON March his speech at the Massachusetts Kef orm Club dinner last night Hen David Dudley Field said on the sub ject of honest primaries for the choice of candidates were very unsatis factory In places where a registrywas had each voter when registering should nanie bis candidates If there is no registry they should bo called on to express that prefer ence in writing the ones having a plurality to be nominated Ho would make as many voters as possible take part in nominations and woxild make all vote Compulsoryvot ing is as necessary as compulsory education counters and then tvont down stairs and out llcbor was promptly notified and ho followed tho minister and brought him back to the privatp offloo of tho firm where he was accused of tho theft and indignantly denied his guilt Tho minister reluctantly produced the package and it proved to be u box of fine penknives Ho was thcji accused of having taken very many more articles and was asked to write out a list of every thing he remembered having taken which ho did The list included knives brushes and other articles many of which ho had no use for and which ho might have purchased as his means are ample The firm deter mined tosay nothing about the matter but the facts got to tho ears of the police and two warrants were sworn out AN RAR FOR SENATOR CHANDIiER BIRMINGHAM March Francisco Chronicle Tho city editor of the Evening News received in his mail a letter containing a bloody ear apparently of a negro which had been cut close to tho The note accompany ing it said Make a notice of this in your paper and it may help the owner to recover her lost property It not called for forward it to Senator Chiuidicr at Washington A DRUSIMER TRACKING THE FRENCH MOTDERBR NEW YORK March Dispatch Francisco Chronicle ring to the Eyraud case last evening one of Inspector Byrness men said It is known that tho French detectives went to Mont real They remained several days and fol lowed a clue to other Canadian cities and last week started for Theyare now supposed to be in San Francisco Tho opinionat police headquarters is that Byraud will be found somewhere on the Pacific CITV OF MEXICO via Galveston March S French detec tives arrived here in pursuit ol Eyraud the assassin of Goufte the Peris marshal whosehorrible murder in July created a sensation through France They were looking for tho murderer in this city and Puebla shielding her husband and it is asserted therefore Mrs ISurehall cannot be made ac ccssory after tho fact iu general sense of the term WILL PAY TWO FOR ONE CINCINNATI March Lebanon Ohio today Al Graham former auditor of War ren county was sentenced on a plea of jruiliy to an indictment charging him with embezzling the funds of the county to tho amount of The court sentenced him to penitentiary for eighteen years and to pay a line of TROUBLE WITH ITALIANS NEWCASTLE March constable and two deputies went to tho ranch of ton Italians near Wampum last night to arrest them for coal They refused to bo arrested and tho constable returned to town and organized a posso of twentyfive men They wont back and attemptfd to force tho Italians to go to the lockup when ono of them lirod tho load from a shot gun into one of tho posse Tho tiring then be came general and one Italian was fatally shot The remainder of tho Italians wore then overpowered and locked up but the people at Wampum fear the largo mass of their countryman working near there will attempt to rescue them CONSPIRACY TO 15O11 SAN FIIANCISCO March W Gregory and John R Kwing wore arrested this afternoon for robbing tho WellsFargo box on Oakland boat a couple of months atro They havo confessed a plot for an ex tensive system of robberies Gregory was formerly messenger for WellsFargo but re signed in December after securing a koy which would unlock tlio treasure boxes and another for expiesscars He took Ewing into partnership and on January Tvth they robbed the cars on the Oakland ferry boat between hero and Oakland Gregory had also learned tho combinations of the safes In many country offices and they next tried to rob several of those Unfortunately for the schemers the combinations were chang ed after Gregory resigned Thou they planned to hold up an express messenger on tho overland train but while hesitating through lack of courage were nabbed by detectives THE AGENTS OF THE CZAR Russian Emissaries to Mold Public Opinion in America THE KAISER AND HIS REICHSTAG Political Complications in the Ger man Aiter Hcrr Krupps Dispersed by Bayonets A BUDGET FROM QGDEN A Traveling Mans Case Secretary OGDEN March to Peter F Randolph of New York a travel ing man well known throughout tho West died at tho Broom Hotel at 11 oclock to night The Chamber of Commerce accepted last evening the resignation of Secretary Gar rity A M Richardson formerly of the Kansas City Timex takes his plaoo Two missing witnesses in tlie Tod case iave boon found by tho defendants attor icy Their testimony will clear tho defend ant it is said New Vessels for the Navy PHILADELPHIA March Dis Francisco Chronicle Within a month three war vessels for tho United States Navy will bo launched from tho shipyards on the Delaware river and after that for the first time in a number of years there will bo no government vessels on the stocks iu these yards The first of these new boats to take to the water will be the which will bo launched at Chester today On tho cruiser Newark will receive her baptism at Cramps yard in this city and soon the gunboat Beuuiugtoil will bo launched at Roachs yard In addition to these interesting events the official trials of the and the Vesuvius dynamite guns will take place soon CHESXKR March 8 Associated United States gunboat Con cord was successfully launched this after noon at Roachs ship yard The launch was witnessed by maiiy people March TIUBUNE Dispatch Snn Francisco Chronicle Tho recent outroges committed by tho Russian officials in Siberia upon helpless male and female prisoners have led to an inquiry on the part of various correspondents and others into some of tho methods employed by tho Rus sian Government to tho end of suppressing the fads and creating favorable impressions with tho result of ascertaining that a vast number of persons of tho higher class arc engaged in tho work of representing tho Russian Empire as a veritable paradise and tho Czar as an angol of mercy The Government lately sent to tho United States tifty spies or thirty five women and fiftooti men charged with tho duty of endeavoring txs modify the impres sions mado by recent magazine articles on the American people and also to secure tho passage of an extradition treaty looking to tlio return to Russia of fugitive political offenders Theso emissaries aro under assumed names and are known only to the secret po Uco at St Petersburg They aro well sup plied with money and are instructed to hold no open communication with one Tho ostensible object of their visit tc America is to lecture on Russian subjects which discourses will bo supplemented by tho publication of articles in various news papers laudatory of tho Czar and his gov ernment Ton of tho fifty aro directed to go to Washington to ingratiate themselves with the members of both houses of Congress and to ultimately gain an entrance into the boss American society Already three of these emissaries havo arrived in America two ladles of high birth and one gentleman of equally high position an otlicer in the Russian army One of tlit ladies is delivering lectures and giving readings on Russia in the Western States and tho other is similarly engaged in tho Southern States while tho gentleman ts sojourning in Washington cultivating do acquaintances writing occasional newspaper articles pertinent to his mission and taking a general survey of tho field ponding tho arrival of his colleagues A New Railroad SEATTLE March Seattle Montana Railroad company was incorporated here today with a capital stock of ten million Following are the officers elected President D H Gilniau vicepresident and treasurer Edward O company was granted a franchise through the It is stated the Seattle Montana is the western division of northern system which has announced its intentionof making this city its western A Proud Mother y V jack Hef f erson and Carter local pugilists of note fought this Creek for a London ring rules After a5 desperato fight Heffersbn was declared winner 7iii the twentyfourth round men were liadly punishedi 1 Wlieu he was declared She Clasped him in her she ttook him TWENTY THOUSAND SHOKT JEFFERSON CITY March 8 The com mittee to investigate the affairs of the State Treasurer have finished counting the cash and found short They express an opinion that an examination of the books and papers will increase this to over THE SAWTELLE VEJIDICT ALFRED March Tlie verdict of tho coroners jury in the Sawtelle murder case is that Hiram F Sawtelle came to his death February 5th by a pistol shot by the hand of Isaac Sawtelle AUSTRIAN SWINDLERS CONVICTED VIENNA March 8 The trial at Wadewise of persons accused of emigrant swindling resulted in a conviction by jury of thirty one of the sixty persons ANOTHER OF BUKCIIELLS VICTIMS WOODSTOCK March New and sensational developments are cropping up in connection with the Benwell tragedy and the question now js whether there have not been at east two victims Two or three years ago a young English man Neville H Pickth all came here and purchased a farm six miles south and about four months ago married the daughter of a minister On February 10th Pickthallraised on a mortgage on his farm and left here saying to his wife I am going to double this money before I come Ho wasseen at Niagara Falls tlrtit night and said that he was going to New York to meet bis sister The testimony in the Burchell examinationshowed that he reached New York and there met Burchell Since then no trace of him has been found and no word received from him The theory now is that ho was enticed to New York by Burchell with the expectancy of making a large sum of and was put out of the way for the money he carried with v THE INQUEST Ont March 8 The inquest on the remains of Benwell was resumed this morning the young man who aecorn panied Benwell and Burchell to this counT the story of with Burchell and Benwell much as he did at Falls The coroners jury has rendered a verdict finding that Benwell came to his death at the handsof Reginald and they implicatehis wife as having a guilty knowl edge of the crime after its commission Pelly believed that MrsV Burchell of the plot conceived by her husband to de f rau d Benwell and that shewas a partner in the fraud Theiie was difference of of the only question being whether Frightfully Mangled DENVER March peculiar acci dent occurred hero this evening which may cost a man his life S Etfftonel a laborer while doing some repairs on one of the city cable lines had his legs close to tlie moving cable which caught one of them below the knos and literally ground it off before the cable could bo stopped Tho power houso was six blocks away and during the twenty minutes required to notify them to stop the engines the poor fellows body was kept from being drawn in and ground up by a dozen bystanders taking hold of his armsand clothing and with united strength they kept him from being torn to pieces Mark Twain Restrained NEW YORK March Daly In the Court of Common Pleas today granted the author andplayright Edward H Hcnsey an injunction to restrain Samuel L Clemens Mark Mrs Abbey Sage Richardson and Daniel Froham from producing Prince and Hensey claimed he had a con tract with Clemens to dram atizo the book and did sothat at the same time Clemensmade arrangements with Mrs Richardson author Mug her version and he claimed this to be an infringement on his dramatization and that some parts of it were based on his own suggestions to Clemens Manager Froham will appeal HERlt KRUPJPS BERLIN March 8 Herr Krupp has agree ably surprised his employees by granting them an unasked increase of 10 per cent lii their wages SOCIALISTS IN TROUBLE Several Socialists havo been sentenced to prison in Berlin and Breslau for attempting to boycott restaurants and saloons which declined to permit Socialists to meet on their premises Socialist Beckman has been again ex pelled from tho Empire this timo for in sulting the Kaiser He has only lately re turned from Now York having escaped In 1878 when sentenced to imprisonment He was amnestied on the accession of the late Emperor Frederick AFTER ALBANIA 8 Victor Emanuel Prince of Naples and heir apparent to the throne of Italy Is about to go on a tour through Servia Roumania and Montenegro to as certain what are tho prospects of starting a movement for the Italian occupation of bauia and Italian agents are inciting tho Albanians to resist the Turkish tax collec tors IlIOTOUS STUDENTS PRAGUE March S Associated A number of students assembled in the streets to the house of several old Czech professors and acted in a riotous manner Tho soldiers charged tho students with fixed bayonets dispersed them THE CZAR TO DIE LONDON March 8 A letter is said to have been shown to the Czar by the chief of police at Moscow warning him that on March 13th the Czar Czarina and Czarowits will meet certain death and no power an earth can avert their doom It is asserted among the nihilists in Londnu Berlin and Paris that that date the anniversary of the murder of Emperor Alexander will be celebrated by an attempt to assassinate Alexander III The Missing League Books CHICAGO March Corcoran of Lincoln Nebraska has written a letter to tho InterOcean and explains why tho boolcs and checks of the Irish Land League were not produced before the Com mission in London Corcoran says Patrick Egan left these papers with him in the Hibernian Bank January 18 Subsequently Egan left for America and it seemed best to him Corcoran to have the boolcs and checks burned though Egan in a note had assured him there was no treason in them Corcoran says it was his own thought to burn them wifhouta suggestion from anybody else and if it were a fault it was his alone Casting the Texas Cylinder RICHMOND March Engineer Fletcher Commodore Melville Paymaster Lee Traton of the United States Navy ac companied byIrving M Scott the ship builder of San Francisco are in the city for the purpose of viewing the casting of the cylinder for the battleship They all expressed gratification at the capability of the establishment Reports MINNEAPOLIS Tidd Government timber inspector the In dians returned todayfrom avtrip to the Red Lake and Earth Indian agencies He about desti tution among the Indians on the reservation are An Insane 0 IONA is announced here that AttorneyGeneral Trowbridge will becompelledto resign his office on count of r flndingiMrs Burchell afterythejfact is thellaw of Canada a wife cannot be punished fl or The Temperature CHICAGO 18 Chi cago 24 The American Squadron ifcionarysquadron haslarriyed at THE KAISER AND THE REICHSTAG BERLIN March by the New York Associated Govern ment has decided to open the business of the Reichstag with projects prepared by the Council of State the most of will bo bills regulating the work of Sunday and re stricting tho hours of labor of women and children The more complex measures re lating to the hours of male adults and min ers work will be reserved until the autumn session A bill will also be presented aim ing to control strikes and an antian arch 1st measure designed to replace the antisocialist It is impossible to foresee how the geucous elements of Reichstag will group themselves upon the Governments pro posals The official opinion Js that the projects of the Council of State will quietly discussed and accepted and the army credits and the antianarchist law will test the position of the Govcrnnfent toward the majority The Frelssinige organs say that If the Centrists throw their vote against theGov ernment a dissolution will be immediately pronounced Bismarck going to the country on the broad platform of a the efficiency of the array Although the clerical press is reserved on the subject suggestive illusions constantly recur to the resolutions adopted at the recent Catholic congress in favor of foreign interven tion at The first terms asked will be an educa tion concession When these shall beeii granted whatever pressure the Cen trists can exercise they will concentrate f upon an effort to effect a rupture of existing compact with Italy The anti is the Empsrors and was assented to by Bismarck It is the antisocialist law under a new is understood the expulsion clause of the socialist law is omitted and the bill permits wider freedom of discussion in the press on the platform and enacts ties against the assailants of the crown TheEmperors speech at i nesday continues to excite the L public The official version NorthGerman Gazette instead of inodifying the Emperors absoluteism the Taiost see In the people and the by Qod a italent wWch says it is my duty to increase all1 my strength toi so trade Those wlio help me welcome tliose who oppose jne I x l classes of papers are commenting this ;