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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - March 21, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah If you want Houses Booms V6r Servants patronize the Want Columns of The Tribune The tota circulation of The Tribune last week was over VOL is 1S90 PRICE FIVE AN ACCEPTABLE MEASURE The Windom Bill Will he Supported by the Silver Hen BARTINE EXPLAINS THE AMENDMENTS Change in the Immigration Jjard Oro Subject CouroMariial Order Confirmations rAKB TnruuNB BUREAU Fourteenth Street D Mr fJartlnoof Is in ardent uilk of silver and a inomber of tlio Oorn on Coinage makes this explanation of tho amendments made by the committee to tho Windorn bill The Windorn bill whilo riot satisfactory to the pronounced silver mon is notwith standing acceptable to thorn Tho feeling againstfroo coinage In tho East is so pro nounced that it soeri9 necessary for tho friends of silver to concede something to tiial sentiment AK tho bill now stands tlon f which gave tho Secretary discretion ary power for suspending tho receipts of bullion and which wan most objectionable hi Its character has been stricken out Tho amendment 5 providing for froo coinage declares that parity when reached is a dlsMnct recognition of monetary char acter and ought In itself to have a tendency to bring about As tho Iilt In effect provides a market for tbe entiro silver of tho nilnfts of tho United States well as of Imported it would Hecni that tho demand thereby created should materially the vaiuo of sil ver looks to rno as if it ought to bring it 1o par If i I should have that ofloct tho fnio coinage clause will surely keep It Micro but or course no ouoocan Nay definitely just what oiloct of any law will be until it Is tried My judgment is that tlio bill will bo presented to tho House In substantially its present form It would bo bettor If tho notes were made redeemable In lawful but ovori It is the of silver has made a substantial advance arid I havo no fear for Its future MBK SAVING STATIONS iOll OREGON WASHINGTON March Scnato Committoo on Corn rnerco lias ordered a favorable report upon tho bill to establish life saving stations noar the month of tlio Koguo river iort Oxford and Coos Oregon Poorftary Proctor today transmitted to UK IT o use a report from Colonel Cornstook of the MlsslsHlppl Klver slon In regarwcl io on that river Ho says that ho has all the money needed unless an additional rlso occurs Mo says river is higher than over before known and any further rlso would cause widespread disaster So far thuro IM little danger to llfo AN IMMKWATfON HKAHINO A hearing was given this morning by tno of tho House and Somite on migration and jointly to persons opposed to cilmngos In tho laws on those subjects Edward Kosuwator editor of tho Omaha KM said 1m icprosonted a number of Gorman and other societies In tho West llo believed tho present laws suf ficient for Jill practical pnrposts to koop out undesirable classes All that was noodod was a more rigid administration of tho laws and a closer inspnutlon at tho ports of entry Othor speakers followed to tho sanio offoot BUNDS OF aMK PACTFtC KOADS In response to a resolution tho Secretary of1 tho Treasury transmitted to tho House a swiomcut that thoro Is in tho United States Treasury for tho slnklnc fund of tho Union Pacific and Central Iaolllo first morttjaKO bonds as follows Pacillc Central Paeliio CANADIAN UKCtrUOCtTY Tht Ilouso Oommittoo on Foreign Affairs today decided to report favorably a joint resolution empowering tho resident when Canada was rondy for complete reciprocity to appoint throo commissioners to coufur with Canadian Commission on tho subject und report families Subsequently Geronlmo and a number of braves escaped Crook was in formed tho escape occasioned great dis appointment at Washington aud as the of fensive campaign to the South had failed thought It best to assume tho defensive and give protection to tho people and business Interests Jn and New Mexico Crook then asked TO be relieved and Miles was detailed to succeed Mm Tho Steclc CourtMartial CHICAGO March tho courtmartial today the counsel for tho prisoner offered a statement made by recruiting Sergeant Wondrith of this city tho oflect that Wild hud voluntarily talked to him Wcnd rlth about tho case saying tho only reason ho refused to obey Steelo was that he had a grndgo against him and wanted to get oven Wild Turrher told Wendrtth that he had been In the army fifteen years never more than five yours in ono troop Wild was asked what ho had to say to these statements He declined to answer saying that he was not on trial Sergeant Widroth was called and reiter ated his statements and Identified Wild Members of Mcutcnant Kteelos troop then testified to bis kind demeanor as an officer arid to Wilds bad reputation While in the Eighth Cavalry he had boon in prison many times for disobedience of orders and other offenses C Cowder also offered evidence of tho sa7iie nature regarding Wiia wlien he served under tho name of Ward in the Fifteenth Infantry Ijet Thorn Oft Too Easy SAN FKAWCISCO March the Hoaly Investigation today that gentleman hirn solftcstifled regarding tho tricing up of sailors from tho merchant bark Kstrolla Tho master complained to Captain Healy that several men would not work or obey him They used tho most disgraceful lan guage toward him His only regret was that he had not thorn more severely Oppose the McKJnloy Tariff CHICAGO March of tho crockery and glassware trade of tho West and formed a national sisso elation tonight and adopted resolutions op posing tho section of tho now tarlll1 bill re the duty on coverings of packages and inland changes If tho bill is passed the association urges that the china and en r then ware rates In vogue prior to 1883 Do reinstated BABTHQLDI IS HORRIFIED AN APACHE Tho ITonso Committee on Indian Affairs has rooolvcd from Arizona a nurnerously slgned protest against tho removal of tho Apaohcs to Fovf Sill It suggests that if they must bo removed it bo to Now Eng land CONFIRMATIONS Joseph IT ITuphes receiver of public mon Falls Thomas Kolly SunJoso John G Jay Salinas John C Caldor Willow John Sherman Souora Montana Charles Wsoydo Mllos City THE IMITATION Th Comptroller of Currency in his an nual report vooommends that tho law which limits tho liabilities of an association firm or person to onotonth of tho capital stock actually pair In bo amended by tho addition of tho words augmented by so much of surplus fuud as from tlmo to tlmo is determined by tho Comptroller of tho Currency to bo bona fide andunlm but no part of the surplusjfund is to bo Vlivortcd or in any manner withdrawn until tho approval of tho Comptroller has been obtained But tho discount of bills of exchange drawn in good fnith against ac tively existing funds and discount of com mercial and business paper actually owned by tho person negotiating tho satno shall not be considered as money Tho House Committee this luoraing con sidered this proposition which had taken tho of a bill and after a long disous sion it on the ground that it tended to fnrthor favor largo banks A COURIMAKTIAIi OKDER Secretary Procter lias issued a general order to the army that horoaf tor sho com mauding officers at posts whore a general courttnarshal Is convened shall at tho re quest of any prisoner who is to bo arraigned detail suitablo oflieevs of tho command as counsel to defend snoh prisoner If there bo no such officer available at the post tho fact will bo reported to tho appointing au thority for action IAUIFF IV Tho Republican members of the Ways aud Means Committee aro besot on all sides to change tho details of the tariff bills As a result the complexion of the measures is changed and it is now stated that it cannot bo reported by the full committee tomor row as intended The action fixing tho duty on raw silk rras reconsidered and tho matter is held in abeyance while tho item relating to Mexican ore was reopened aud discussed this afternoon without result SHBItrDANCROOK CORRESPONDENCE corrohpondonco General Sherldanaml Brigadier General Crook from to April 5bh 1880 concerning the Apache Indians was transmitted to tho Sedate today rook accepted the surrender of tnf tiles oh condition that they be sent East rffor notexceeding two years with their HE OBJECTS TO TU1WWNG LIBERTY ISJLAND INTO A Ho Thinks It Should He Made Into a 3leusure Ground ior the Soul otf tlio Amorlowu People March Dispatch San Francisco Ghnmialo was horrified today wbon ho was told of tho use It was proposed to make of Liberty Island by turning it into an immigrant station Ho said Tho plan Is n monstrous one I always hoped the Americans would soe tho splendid use that could bo made of that island namely using if for a pantheon of Now York City a ahrino ol tho history aud glories of America serving tho same purpose us Westminster Abbey for England the Pantheon for tho Acropolis for Athcnsand tho Capitol for Rome It should uoakind ideal resort where might be kept alivo tho memories of all that is plorloua In tho history and geography of the United States Thus around the baso of tho statue of liberty thoroshould bo grouped emblematic sUtnosof tho States of America and in different parts of tho Island laid out llko aCrook grovo stafios of all the heroes of America Thoro should be statues of all tho groat mon who have made America what she Is so that people going thoro might find themselves transported into a kind of Ameri can VValhalla No more beautiful sotting for such a park as I in my minds eye could bo found than tho harbor of Now York which sots ugalnsbtho background of tho island all Mio hustle aud traffic of modern life around tho solemn reverent silonco of this ideal homo of tho great Klortos of tho American people America docs not sufficiently take into consideration what Kroali part tho ideal plays In thQ pappl oC a nation In Liberty Island by its situation Americans havo a spot unique in tuo world for tho homo of a tomplo to tho lorllloatinri of tholr wonderful nationality tho of tho strongpootry of their race for the American race lias a poetry 01 Its own which few of tho Americans least of all seo Thoro Is pootry in tho cohesion Into onu mighty mass of elements so widely diverse pootry in the work they havo achieved In the creation of a nation a work unparalled in the history of tho world for all other nations havo grown up in the places of their birth whereas tho American people has formed itself into a nation 01 foreign sol I say that Liberty Island is obviously destined to bo made into a pleasure ground1 for Iho soul of tho American people i placo of pilgrimage for tho citizens of tho whole nation I shall bo bitterly disap pointed if tho monstrous plan of transform ing Island into a lazaret and place of quarantine is carried ROOKFOHDS NEW JESUS Apostles nnd Disciples Flocking to His Illinois Heaven KOCKFOED March Francisco Chronidc Nearly half a hand tod followers o George Sohwelnfurth tho pretender Christ aro already in tho city to attend tho firs general assembly held sinco tho death o Dora Bookman and more aro arriving on every train They are quartered at Schwom f urths abode on tho Woldou as it is popularly known a few miles south of the city Tho delegates expect to bo honored wltl Sobwoinfurths blessing and this boon wil doubtless bo conferred tomorrow The ob jectof tho convention is to discuss moan for spreading tho gospel of tho Church o tho Redeemer For many of tho visitors thl is their first visit to tho homo of the grea pretender and they approach tho reudez vous with duo solemnity and awe Sohweinfurths own team of pranoing and elegant equipago has boon flyin about conveying delegates from tho dope to the Waldon home Apostles Whitney anr Granby and Mrs Dora Millor Kinnehan ar members of tho reception committee Th telegraph is employed to convoy inform a tionto Sehwpinfurth of tho coming of th cohorts although hoclaims to know of an tution of tholr approach The number of letters received b Schwelnfurth and tho numerous inquirio sent to various itoclcfordltos regarding thi strange bellof is nn evidence of tho extent t which this claimant been advertiseu Sohwelnfurth himself roppjts a steady ac cession of membership from till parts of th United States A Fominino Innovation March Lovorlo and Mamie McDorniott two youn women employed at Leos cotton factory last evening fought a standup fight with bare knuckles in an old building The figh was tho outcome of a quarrel over a younj man Neither side had much the advantag until Miss Loverio landed a stunning blow on Miss McDermotts nose which settled th AN EMPERORS GRATITUDE lismarck loaded With Honors By His Young Sovereign CAPRIYI ACCEPTS HIS APPOINTMENT A Dukedom and High Military Ranks Conferred cm the Retiring Herbert Minis ter of Foreign Preparing to Move BERLIN Mar oh has made irrsmgements to vacate the palace of the Chancellor at an early date A special edition of the Rcichftanzlger con an imperial rescript cordially thank njiBismarck for his services and appoint Duko Lauenbnrg a ColoriolGen ual of Cavalry and a Field Marshal General ilso appointing Count Herbert Bismarck Hiinterim Minister of Foreign AlVairs and General Von Caprivi Chancellor and Presi lont of the Prussian Ministry Tho National Gazette says theEmperor in i long letter to Bismarck extols his ser vices to the State and expresses profound personal gratitude Tho JCruiiz Zlctuno says General von Cap rivl has accepted the Chancellorship after two weeks of negotiations Bismarcks uoceptanoH of the dukedom offer which ironrWUHam I ho repeatedly declined has occasioned surprise TnEJiMPEKORS GltAJITUJOB In the Emperors first report he says that iccoeding to the request naade on the 18th ho grants Bismarck permission to ro uiro hoping confidently that the fatherland will pro lit in the future as it has profited in the past by his counsel energy and faithful devotion The Emperor says JIB regards It as the most providential dispensation of his life that on several oc casions he has had Prince Bismarck by his side Whatthe Princo has achieved for Prussiaand Germany and what the Prince lias boon to him and his predecessors he will over preserve In grateful remembrance Bismarcks earnest and energetic policy of place by which his Majesty is resolved to bo ulded in the future being fully con vinced of Its correctness will always bo re membered abroad and well deserves recog nition It is not in the Emperors power to reward Bismarck for his services but us a slnoC his lasting thanks ho confers upon liini the dignity of the Duko of Lauonburg and presents him with a lifesize oil paint ing of himself In the second rescript the Emperor thanks Bismarck as a military loader 1or invalu able services in the jinny during the time of William and to the present day adding that ho knows ho will be at one with the army by retaining Bismarck in the highest rank by appointing him Field MarshalGen eral aud ColonelGeneral of cavalry Tho rescripts abound in affectionate ex pressions regard and conclude God bless yon my dear Prince and grant you many years of untroubled old age bright fined by the consciousness of duty truly THE KAISERS FRIENDSHIP FOR FRANCE Jules Simon had a long talk today with Emperor William At the close of the inter view the Emperor presented Simon with the order decoration of the Red Eagle In the course of conversation the French states man broached the subject of the neutraliza tion of AlsacoLorainuo and the Emperor said it was never too early to discuss a ques tion that concerned the friendly relations of Germany and France THE IRKUTSK MASSACRE Details of a Desperate Fight by Si berian Exiles LONDON March Dispatch San Francisco St Petersburg correspondent of the Daily News says the Russian Governmenthas been disa greeably impressed by meeetings which have been hold in England and America to de nounce the outrages upon exiles in Siberia A correspondent in Siberia sends the de tails of the Irkutsk affair He says that the prisoners involved in the affair wore exiles who were suspected of having been con cerned in the explosion at Zurich last March They were allowed to live without restrain in Irkutsk and easily found employment among sympathizers who are oppposed to the Russian system of exiling political prisone to Siberia All wont well until the police discovered that the exiles were printing proclamations and sending them to Moscow As soon as the authorities learned what was going on the loaders among the exiles were sent to labor at the mines and others wore told to prepare themselves for a journey into the interior Tho unfortunate prisoners ap pealed in vain and at last resolved to sei their lives dearly Barricading themselves in a house thoj awaited an attack They had been wel provided with arms and annmition b friendly Siberians and they received th troops who were sent to capture thorn with heavy lire Several soldiers were killed bj the first volley A fierce fight ensued the besieged exilesholding out until a raajorit of their number were either killed o wounded After it was all over the ring leader who had survived the battle was hanged The Duchess parted from her lord decor ously and calmly The prima donna hugged icrs and wept upon his bosom Lewis made icr a parting present of a diamond necklace worth returned to London dejected dud sad Lottery Charters Repealed LOUISVILLE March repeal ng the charters of the Frankfort Henry County aud Grand Ledge lotteries were passed by the KentuckyHouse today The intilottery men who form a strong major ity in the Legislature will use every effort to suppress the lotteries Trying the Bishop READING March Bishop Esh crs trial today documentary evidence was introduced in support of the allegations against the Bishop and his writings and his publicspeeches were extensively quoted md numerous letters read to sustain the iharges The verdict will be made up to morrow The Presidents Luck BALTIMORE March Har rison aud other gentlemen had a fine days sport duck shooting in the vicinity of Ben Jes The President will carry home several pairs of The Great Strike Ended LONDON March strike of the coal miners is ended The mine owners concede the miners demand for an immediate ad vance of 5 per cent in wages and a further advance of 5 per ccut on July 1st Three Hundred Massacred LONDON March are received from Quilleman East Africa to the effect that Portuguese customs and an escort of BOO natives were massacred near Lake Nyassa THE CASUALTY RECORD THE YAGO DELTA OVERIXOWED BY THE MISSISSIPPI FLOOD A Failure of tlio Michigan Peach Crop Which Much Bio Grande Snow Blockade liaised DENVER Colo March snow blockade on tho Southern branch of thoEio Grande road over the Oimbria range five miles south of Denver is raised and all trains are on time It is anticipated that no further trouble will be experienced from snow this season Tho main line of the road between hero and Salt Lake over which the California traffic passes has not been bothered by snow for a single day this season A JACKSONVILLE TilRE JACKSONVILLE March fire this morning destroyed two blocks of buila Ings in Lanflla a suburb Loss INDIANAPOLIS March boon de cided that tho Wasson and Sloan blocks adjoining the Bowman Merrillbuilding are unsafe and must be torn down Search for Woodruffs body was not renewed owing to the danger from tho standing ruins Tbe mayor has ordered the shaky buildings and tho tearing down of all unsafe ones A FBUIT CROP ALLEOAN March large num ber of fruit growers in this city express the opinion that the peach crop will be a dead failure this year The forward con dition of tho buds when the sudden drop to 10 and 12 below zero came killed them all Sad forebodings are entertained by many peach growers who will lose their farms unless the men holding the mortgages ex tend tho time of payment THE MISSISSIPPI FLOODS VICKSBURG March crevasses at Raleigh La and Offutts are likely ly to affect seriously the railroads in their respective vicinities The Off ntts crevasse is now 500 feet wide Unless closed very soon the crevasse will flood a large portion of Washington Sharkey and counties the garden of the Yazoo Delta covering an immense area Ths Raloign crevasse is enlarging at the rate of two feet an hour All attempts to prevent thov ends of the levee from caving in are in vain There is great distress 3n tho trackof the cre vasse for the want of skiffs to move persons and property out of danger No additional loss of life is reported TAKES THE STAND THE EIGHTHOUGB DAV Trades Throughout the Country Pre paring for the Struggle PITTSBURG result of tho conferences of the executive council of the Federation of Laborin New York Satur day is just made public VicePresident Martiu says that no trade will bo ordered to demand an eight hour strike to enforce such demand It is loft entirely optional with each trade what they will do is shown by replies to the Fedoranion from roost all the trade saying they desired and were able to win eight Pittsburg and Wheeling districts the mill carpenters were the first to asia the builders and if refused they demand if The New York and Boston stone masoJs will probably make tho firstbreak iiv those cities to be followed by other strong organizations THE KNIGHTS OF LABOR CHICAGO March Knights of Labor publish a resume of situation throughout the country in the proposed movement for an eighthour day and will say that tho largeandsmall trades unions aro rapidly placing themselves to moot tho draft that wiU be made upon thorn again when tho eighthour day for building tradeswill be inaugurated Thero is BO indication that the country will pass through such an as that pro duced by tho labor convulsions four years ago Employers and employees Jtiavo both been taught a lesson of Marie Hal ten and thetDiichess LIVERPOOL March Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle The Duchess of Marlborongh sailed today by the The Dulcesaw her off Halten also sailed the same Josejjh her oft He Explains the Kline Affair but Hi Word is Disputed NEW YORK March In the McOalla inquiry today tho Commander told of hi charges against Ensign Kline He said the Enterprise was anchored a few miles be low Antwerp He was awakened between midnight and 2 a and rememberin that the sheet chains were not fast called his orderly but received no response Then he ot up and dressed Not finding any one on the spar deck he went to the pilot house and there found Kline asleep in a chair Tho quartermaster was also absent from the quarterdeck and the orderly from the cabin door Tho commander called the executive officer and ordered tho men confined and the Ensign under arrest for being asleep at his post and denying it Kline was then called and said that after going on watch he went aft to look at steam cutter which was towing astern Then he took several turns on tho bridge and went into the pilot house Between on and two bells the sentry reported all right Later the quartermaster asked leave to g to the head which was granted Soon after McOallaVeamo hurriedly in and charget him with asleep and ordered him the quartermaster and orderly under arrest Witness stood watch on the bridge instead of the quarter deck becaus of heavy squalls He said McOalla wa much excited and would receive no explana tions Quartermaster Graham and Orderly Flynn corroborated thUs testimony It was brought out that Flynn stoodwatch for tho quartermaster while the latter wen to the head He admitted that if the cap tain called him during the quartermaster absence there would have been no lookout THEY WANT FREE TRADE Whisky and an Old Feud Iicad to a Insurance President Elopes With His Pretty Type Postoffice Thief Arrested The McKibley BUI Fills the Cana TOROKTO commenting on the proposed changes in th American says The effect of im posing will either be to wipe ou Canadas whole export trade to the States o to force our farmers to accept prices from 1 to 20 per cent less than they now obtain fo some twenty million dollars worth of Vchea they h ave to sell Not only so bu the surplus which wo now sell t the States will if thrown o the home market reduce the the products that tie farmers sell for Cana diau1 Their thusamount UP to many andth value of their lands and plants will be enor morously Every every banlc every loan company ever holder of every suffer with the farmersAll alike shpul join inan agitation to Government to seek continenta free A Famous Minstrel Dead Collins the well SAVED FROM THE NOOSE 1 TenderHearted Bntte Jury let a Murderer Down Easy SWINDLER LYNCHED BY FARMERS sufficient to enforce tho law and red tape and a scarcity of money prevents any decisive action by tho depart ment at Washington The appropriation for tho revenue service has nearly run out for the iiscal year ending Juno 30 th and there is no money available to employ a large enough foroo 10 break up the Franklin county camp BUTXE March to U a late hour last night tho jury in tho case ifHowell Thomas whose trial for the mur der of Albert J Springer in Juno last has iccupicd the attention of the District Court or three days past brought in a verdict of juiltyof murder in the second degree and fixed tho punishment at imprisonment for ifo in the State penitentiary The case was a very aggravated one Thomas under the intlueuce of liquor topped into Fergusons saloon at Booker a small mining camp four miles west of this ity and invited Springer who happened to be in the place to havo a drink with jim Springer accepted the invitation When they had drank Thomas commenced to show the bully that ho is byinforming his companion that he could whip him admitted this saying that he was no lighter Thomas then struck Springer when tho latter resented tho at xack and striking Thomas sent himsprawl ng on tho floor Regaining his feet Thomas renewed the fight with a revolver aud shot Springer dead Springer was a young man of excellent family highly respected and a machinist by rade Thomas Is 28 years of age and bears a bad reputatfon During the entire trial his mother and three sisters occupied seats aside of the bar In the court room and their frequent exhibitions of grief worked upon the jurors sympathits causing them to mitigate tho coldblooded murder com mitted Governor Toole has respited Thomas King until May 8th King was under sentence to e hanged at Boulder on the 27th instant for tho murder of Michael Fogarty on last Thanksgiving day A WHISKY MURDER JOLIET Dispatch Francisco Chronicle mur der resulting from whisky and an old grudge was committed at Brainwood last night by Joseph Nodak who shot and killed the four teenyearold daughter of his brother inlaw Miss Statsa Sokoloski instead of his intended her father Kodak who was drunk crept up to the window of Soko loskis house which is directly across the street from Kodaks and fired through tho window where he supposed his victim was sleeping instantly killing his daughter Nodak was brought to Joliet this morning and lodged in jail A rOSCOFJTICE THIEF ARRESTED SAN FRANCISCO March says the postoffice in spectors have commenced the examination of the accounts of James Kennedy for eign money order clerk of tho postcfflco and that the books show a shortage of 668 money orders ranging in value from to Kendedy stated that he had been drinking freely and speculating When turned over to the United States Marshal last evening S2GOO were found on his person He is stated to have told the marshal that the amounts embezzled would reach or KILLED BY THE CONDUCTOR MOBILE March the Louis ville Nashville train this afternoon Jake Daniels colored refused to pay his fare and when Conductor McCundy tried to eject him from the train Daniels shot him in the breast The conductor then fired five shots into the negro and stabbed him with a pocket knife killing him The conductor was not seriously wounded TWO BUCKS AND ONE SQUAW ST PAUL March Globe correspond ent at Standing Kook Agency reports a triple tragedy Abuck named Horn Cloud became enamored of a squaw Julia who was living with No Water On her refusal to live with himself Horn Cloud shot and seriously wounded her killed No Water and suicided ABSCONDED WITH HIS TYPEWRITER BUFJTALO March sensation occurred in this city today when it was currently reported that J W Woodruff exPresident of the Life and Reserve Insurance Company in company with a pretty blonde type writer had leaving anxious cred itors behind For nearly eight years Wood ruff has been associated with the Life and Ecserve Company When it became known that he had been running heavily in debt an investigation was ordered and it was found that Woodruff had purchased consid erable land and contracted for the building of four houses thereon the money for which was taken from the funds of the company The officials of the company say they did not lose anything having takenthe prccau tioiito protect themselves LYNCHED FOR SWINDLING GYNXHIANA March Grewel was lynched at Robinson Station by a mob of about twenty persons Grewel defrauded the farmers of that locality by buying stock and paying for it with bogus checks A SENSATION IN COURT MINNEAPOLIS March Ashland specialsays District Attorney Ross mau has practically charged Under Sheriff Cohen with tampering with the Perrin rob bery case jury The two men came together today in the municipal court and there was a sensational scene TOO SLOW WITS HIS GUN ATCHISON Hugo Malm afreight brakeman while drunk tonight started out with a revolver to kill Con ductor Stone who had laid himoff Two officers were sent in pursnit Malm drew his revolver onthem but the officers were quicker and killed him 5 A MURDER SUSPECT CAUGHT CHICAGO March Dammen a Milwaukee hackman who the police sus pect of complicity in the mysterious murder of Mrs Jennie Bingham was finally caught by the police He was unable to give an account of Sunday night KILLED IN A DRUNKEN REVEL LEON Iowa March a drunken revelat the HolerintheWall saloonijlast night Steve Littlsshbt arid fatally wounded Fulton and Frank A Tory Conference LONDON March A conference of tho Conservative members of Parliament was held at tho Carlcton Club today Lord Salisbury addressed the meeting urging the members to pay close attention to their Par liamentary duty regardless of personal in convenience to thwart obstructive opera tions He spoke of the measures which tho Government particularly wanted to push through among them the land purchased bill and ridiculed the report that Parlia ment would soon be dissolved Ho declared the new Irish bill would secure possession of the landlords to their property and denied that tho Government had any intention whatever in handing Swaziland over to the Boers He expressed a hope that the difh culty with tho United States ovftr the Bchring Sea question would bo settled soon he said with such a susceptible na tion as America Groat Britain cannot nego tiate at the top of her BILL DEFEATED A long Dismissed Measure Rejected by tlic Senate MR BLAIR MOVES TO RECONSIDER The Maryland Contestant Whoso Name is Mudd is Given a Seat in the of Revenues and Expenditures The Boers Want Revenge LONDON March from pre toria capital of the Transvaal Republic states that the Boers presented an address to President Krnger declaring that they would rise in a body to avenge the insults recently offered the flag at Johannesburg Kruger said the affair was nothing but a dis turbance by drunken rowdies and the bulk of the residents of the Transvaal were riendly to the republican government A Glue Company Sold Out NEW YORK March sheriff today sold out the Glue company under sevoral executions The companjs state ment shows the gross liabilities are md actual assets about It will bo remembered that the Pittsburg member of he firm Lewis Hattgher was accused of jausing the failure by using the companys notes for his own benefit FIGHTING FOR WHISKY ANTImOHIBlTXOXISTS APPLY THE TORCH AT COLORADO CITY The Streets Filled Witli Armed ami Ex cited Men and a Call to bo Made for tho Militia DENVER March Colorado City special says For over a year there has been a bitter war between the prohibition and antiprohibition element of this city Tho feeling was so bitter that two months ago the residence of Mayor Stockbridgo a prohibitionist was burned to the ground the loss being and it was rumored that his political enemies had a hand in the 7natter At a meeting of the Republican and Liberal party last night Stockbridge was renoroinated for mayor and this morn ing at 3 oclock his new residence was iired aud burned to the ground loss The American Hotel adjoining was damaged No clue At midnight there are no apparent signs of quieting the excitement Everybody is on the streets most of them heavily armed some carrying shot guns revolvers in fact anything they can secure The fire depart ment of Colorado Springs has been brought here and will remain the rest of the night The whisky men say they Intend burning at least a dozen more houses owned by Prohibitionists before morn ing but everybody is on the alert and will defend their property even if it requires tho aid of shotguns The police have only made two arrests so far tonight The mayor will probably ask the governor to morrow to call out the State militia unless the rough element cau be subdued in the meantime The better class of citizens are very indignant and will string up to a tele graph pole the first man caught setting lire to another house Death of a Philadelphian March M Fox exmayor and superintendent of the mint at Philadelphia under Cleveland died this morning aged 71 The Temperature CHICAGO March York 28 New Orleans 68 St Louis 42 Cincinnati 38 Chicago 36 Winnipeg 20 Drawing1 the lane Close another hit at our pro fession is it Glick of Kansas says that no man should be permitted to make Globe WASHINGTON March the Senate Coclcroll presented tho protest of the Pork Packers Association of St Louis against the bill for inspection of meats declaring the bill unnecessary and injurious to the stock raising and curing interests more injurious oven than the German French prohibi tion Referred A bill appropriating for a light house and fog signal at the mouth of tho Coquille river Pacific ocean was reported and placed on the calendar Tho Blair Educational bill was then taken up After dobato tho Senate proceeded to vote on tho bill and amendments The first vote was on the amendment offered by Moody S that illiterates among tho Indians shall bo included In the calcula tions Hawlcy opposing the bill read a table of the appropriations to be made or tho next fiscal year with the following re capitulations Probable Total Excoss of appropriau over Moodys amendment was agreed to The Senate then proceeded to vote oa the third reading and engrossment When the vote was concluded and it was known that it had resulted against the bill Blairchaugod his vote from to no so as to make a motion to reconsider Tho result as an nounced was yeas 31 nays 37 as follows Allen Allison Chan dler Culloni Dawes Dolph Edmunds Hoar McMillan Manderson Mitchell Moody Merrill Pettigrew Platt Squiro Stanford Stewart Stockbridgo Sel lon Wilson Colquitt Daniels George Hampton Hearst Pascoe Aldrich Blair Davis Farwell Frye Hale Hawley HIscock lugalls Jones Pierce Plumb Sawyer Sherman Spooner Wolcott Berry Blackburn Blodgett Cockrell Coke Faulkner Gorman Grayi Harrison Jones Kenna Mor gan Regan Turpie Vest Voorhees Walthall Tho following pairs wore announced Butler Vance Paddock Casey Brown and Call who were for Yhe bill with Quay Eustis Ransom Wash burn Beck and Cameron who were against it Blair made a motion to reconsider the rote which motion was entered and after executive session the Senate adjourned House WASHINGTON March presented a resolution of tho General Aa sembly of Iowa urging legislation against the adulteration of lard Referred The House then resumed consideration of the Compton contested election case and were addressed by Compton tho sitting member At the close of tho debate Moore on behalf of tho minority of the committee offered a resolution declaring Coruptoc en titled to his seat Defeated yeas 145 nays 135 The majority resolution declaring Mudd entitled to the seat was adopted yeas 159 nays 145 Mudd appeared and took tho oath of office and Morrow moved that the House go into a Committee of the Whole for the further consideration of tho Pension Appro priation bill pending which Hooker moved an adjournment which was lost Morrows motion was then agreed to Tho committee immediately rose and the House adjourned The Australian System Adopted OLYMPIA March Governor has signed the Australian election system bill THE NEWSPAPER PUFF 7v specialtoVthe WorU says Two hundred moonshiners have a fortified camp in Franklin county openly defy the authority States They have over one hundred illicit stills in operation aud are producing thou sands of barrels of om which no The revenuer f is not How it Affects People of Different Dispositions The newspaper puff says Bill Nyc is something that makes men feel bad if they dont get it The groundwork of the ordinary newspaper puff consists of a moral character and a good bank ac count Writing newspaper puffs is like mixing sherry cobblers and mint juleps all through the summer mouths for cus tomers and quenching your own thirst with rain water Sometimes a man is looking for a puff and dont get it then he says the paper is going down hill and that it is in the hands of a monopoly and he would stop sub scribing if he did not have to pay his bill first Writing a newspaper puff is like taking a photograph of a homely baby If the photograph does not rep resent the child with wings and halos and harps it shows that the artist does not understand his business Sot is with the newspaper the puffed does not standout like a bold and fear less exponent of truth and morality it shows that the puffer doesnot under stealthy passage or lice actpi stand human nature It is more fun to which struck silver from the lawful coin of see a man read a puff about himself than the country to see a man slip on an The narrowminded man reads it over seven or eight times and then goes aroundto the different places where the paper istaken vhat he can The kindhearted family man goes and reads it to his wife and then pays up his bill the The successful business man who advertises and makes money starts immediately to find the newspaper liuin and speaks1a word of grateful knowledgment and the two men start out of the sanctum and walkthoughtfully down the street andthe successful man takes sugar in both eat a clove and life isj sweeter and peace settles down likot a m our hearts and after a while lairip posts get plentiful and i more or Lless nameless joy because they know just where to stop and not make themselves ridiculous A Paralyzed LONDON March cotton industry is paralyzed in consequence of tho coal strike and looms are idle in Burnley THE SALT LAKE Idaho Keystone 15th THE SALT LAKE TUIBUMM which has long borne the wellmerited reputation of being the best intermountain journal of the country oomes to our exchange table in an entirely new dress ind in form of an eight quarto Instead of the old form of a ten col umn folio and is printed upon a new per fecting press While THE TRIBUNE is so much Improved in appearance it Is enough to say of the editorial and news departments that they are as good as ever for it would be hard for them to better The friends of the paper have have felt some time that the subject matter was worthy of a better setting than the old types and press have been unable to give it now they rejoice to see their old fav orite clad in becoming attire Many of the editorials that have appeared in THE TBI BUNTS during the past years are worthy of more permanent form than that given by a daily paper In reference to the editorial department of THJS TftiBmrE not be out of place to say that our contempo rary has always been the fearless advocate of the rights of the people The arguments on the silver problem which have appeared from time to time in its col umns and which so closely touches the weal and welfare of the people originating from the able editorinchief have been incon trovertible and And when ever alluding to the demonetization of silver THE TRIBUTE has nevor at any time failed to expose in forcible language the iniquitous fraud perpetrated upon the people stealthy passage of tbe act of Congress Vital Statistics of Norway Vital Statistics of ISForway recently published show an expectation of life in that country that cau hardly be par alleled in any other country The mear life is years for males and years for females In Eng land the of life is years for males and 44 63 years for fe males In other a Norwegian at his birth may reasonably expect seven years longer than an Englishman But of course an re ply to this that a short life m the tight little isla is more desirable than a long life in Norway in the spirit of the line Better fifty years Europe than ot V Plenty of Sand The Sugar trust seelns to die There is lots i sugar ;