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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah THE MOST EXTENSIVE AND DPCT MI7TMTJW imoi JuliUlUiiii MOUNTAIN REGIONS CIRC III iv IN THi VOL 187 SALT LAXE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY TSIOKSTESTG MAY 14 1S90 EBICJj THE MONEY OF THE MASSES The Nevada Senator Concludes His Masterly Argument THE GREATEST QUESTION OF OUR TIMES OfMrmwlod In the InlfiirMt til A r IcunsMH Jones lie I Jill an u Suliomo to Injure SI Ivor ami iiiuiivo of lie lint said ScinMnrlos for Xin liming hi on tin Silver lilil In the Sena today the Idea of n Icernlii Treasury uoliM In bullion on ground hat when were so riiMinrl the noirluy circulation triKIrd ami pulling tho lillllln jiiuilcit would not maUi uplo the eoiint ry for tin In money withdrawn from eircii lalloii He expressed entire eonlldenci In tin honesty of pmpo1 present Secretary of lit IKlllC Of till Uvolvu years past hiid coined dollar of silver more Ilian compelled by I to do the futuro Seereiarlen might eons enlloiisly deem It their duty lo keep In elr dilution lliii liiist amoiinl of tli proposed Treasury I hir ho Unite Slate Treiisuiy mivclil In eHeii iieeonie mere pnnHuslng iiicint the Kant I cmipaiiles or for a syndicate of Kuglls wanting bullion cheap in order ti make their payments to India lold b of its givainr value legislation In Its favor could never be 3ome the common money medium of Ih world Silver Is the money metal united to tin mitris of people and lo tlio varl ely and character of I riinsacl nurisl ting the Imslncss of dally life Were any coiieivable necessity for tlm dcmone of ell her metal why demonetlx that promised the greater anil mor yltild It was absolutely necivtsar to the welfare of society that both sllvurani gold should havo full and unlimited use a money and equally vested with legal poucr In conclusion ho said f predict Mr that the restoration of silver t Its will marl an epoch In the his tory of ho Uepublhj It will place In clrcii lutlon an amount of money comnuiisunid with our inereiislnK population ll will glvi an assurance t our languishing Industries that tho volume of our circulating medhin is not to continue shrinking and that tin tendency of prices shall no longer be down ward It will Incuoaso tho wages of labot and the prices of the products of labor H will reduce Mm price of bonds and othot forms of monoy scciirltlos It will lighten bill not inequitably tho burden of mortga ged It svlll liicniiiM largely though not un justly tho debtpayliiK and tuxpay Ing power of the people It wilt loosen tho grasp of the irot 11 tor from the neuU of the debtor Hy tho Mllvor money will cease to lie an object of comuuirct nnd will again become Its benollcent Instrument Activity will replace stagnation movement will supplant Inertia courage will banish fear conlidencii will dispol doubt hopo will supersede despulr lifting up of silver to Its rightful place by the side of gold would set In mo tion all the lal cut energies of I he people It will banish Involuntary Idleness by putting every willing man lo work It will revive participating In Its preparation Nosuggos ilcu of a cauriin was made on cither side of the Chamber as far as I know until some time afur this bill was reported and I thuriniglily concur In what Is said by tho Senator from Colorado that there has been no agreement or understanding on this since tho bill of tin Republican party have said to me in private conversation I hat this had been approved by every Senator except the Senator from Colorado Harris a memherof Uio Finance Commlt Maid thai itn bill was reported by a ma jority of cotninlttuo He had no knuwlcdiri fir suspicion of a caucus having had anything to do with It The minority of the committee had when tho bill was un der consideration favored and still favored tint absolute freo coinage of sliver hut tho with lhat minority of which ho was one had iiaiTowed itself down lo the point of accepting the pending measure In of tin existing law under which only silver dollars weru coined monthly lie finally decided to do so Tlio bill then wont over til tomorrow EVEflTS IN THE OLD WORLD Tlio Persian Monarch Under Womans Me THE ASTROLOGERS ESCAPED BEHEADING A KIJlUHLICAN VlCTOllY Thr Ticket Elected atKock business and iviiiiimuttt tho heart and hupo of Mm miissos Capital no longor fuarlng falling prims will mrii productivo uviMiiiS Hoards of inimiy now lOUi In lunik VMnits will roiiiu iint lo bluus on rloli ntlkn tlmir owners ami llu ut iiruo whlht millions of dollnrs nmv in vested at low liitoivst imglltodgiHorurltlas wlllsooU mow prolllahlo Investment In Held of Industry where they will ho utilized ID payment of waives unit Hit1 HsMiiilnatlon of eomfixi nud happiness I among people iirul Jlils it wilt acoom pllsh no for Mm United Slates alone lut v for for It Is not too much to say Mi1 Ihut upon tho doolslon of his depends coiisniitiiMicos niori momentous than upon that oC any odier of piililio policy within tho iminory of Mils gemrnl Ion In a hrondor senso than any otlior fliiONCion aU racing tho general atlen lion oC mankind II Is it ineslloii of It embodies the hopes and aspi rations of nut1 Iueo Tho Act of Congress which sliall happily solve It will ronstlmto a decree of enuineliiillou as veritable as any tliat over a sorf from thraldom hut moro universal In Its application It will liroelulm tho freedom of tho white nice tho world over It will lift tho bowed hoad of aUr and will push ho thivnody if toll It will inaugurate truo reimissaneo of pros perity but without which Industry learn ing science litisraturo art nro hut applus f lit answer to questions Tones said that If hero was free coinage of silver he believed In three days silver not UMM for coinage would ho worth an ounce and thuro It would remain Senator Jones loday had tho samo close attention from tlio Senate from both parties that ho had yesterday At ho closo of his speech ho was warmly applauded Jones next addressed the Sonnto In criticism of hill lie said the hill as it Stood should never become a law hut should ho nnnmdod by it at for the nnllmlUd coin of silver wlienever the price reached a point at which t ho Government to ho a marlinser This was an absolute neces sity unless the purpose to destroy stiver as a monoy Those who would voto for the as It stood ho was sure Intended tho of silver and mltflit as well avoid it vVlillo striking a fatal blow at the Interests of a grout body of the people tlioj Intended only to honetit t he sellers of silver bullion by increasing Its price Tho deliber ate purpose to discredit sllverr Teasury notes by refusing to maico thorn legal tender suggestcd further tho real purpose had In view by tho Jvopiibllcan party He was In favor of Issuing certificates for coin and bullion and of conferrlni upon them tho quality of legal tender as broadly and com pletely us It was conferred upon tho coins which they representod Thorn was no reason why thoso certificates should bo it uny sense Inferior to any other form of paper money They wore tho very best form of paper money because they were rendered doubly secure by tho pledged faith of tho Government and by deposits of coin devoted to thoir redemption Toller said tho Senator from Arkansas seemed to bo laboring under the Impression that tho ponding bill was tho rosult of a Re publican caucus Tho Senator was very much mistaken Tlioro was no caucus bill of any kind before tho Senate Jones replied that he had no doubt but this statement of tho Senator from Colorado was literally true At tho same time if newspaper reports and tho common understanding around this Capitol were en titled to any consideration and ho was sat isfied thoy woro every RepublicanSenator except tho Senator from Colorado had agreed in conference or In caucus to voto lor It Senators Ingall Allison and Is not truo I hope wo will find a largo number of Senators on than sldo voting against till now on tho calendar so far from boing tho result of a Republican caucus Is the resultof tho dollborattous of theFiuunco Committed botli political parties HOCK SiiuNOs May in tho election for city olllicrH tiday tlio ontlro Kopubllcan ticket was Hooted Ed Thorpe Is to be tho next Miiynr with IF Edgar jind Georgo Tuy lor as oiincllmtn Thero wan a snldo tloktit in field wltli N H Dresser of the Tho Independent has been all along as a Republican paper However at the last mooting of tho ICepuhllean club tho paper was thrown over and a commltluo has been formed to take sieps toward cstabllHhlng a Simonpure lie publican paper DEMOCRATIC AMENDMENTS Germanys African Icy Descants Upon the Nam by Pamby Journalists oi and Kclutos What Have Been on the way to Lowell and had his ankle frac tured The Lowell OiHecrs woro stationed at the line and arrested and InuHlcuftod the Intoxicated persons us us they carncover from the vicinity of the snloon Scores of hoodlums laid out In fields trampled ever planted hind drank and danced In high carnival At 7 oclock last night the holder of the license was forced to shutdown business for his own pence TWO WEEKS FOB LQBBYiS MOKMOX KLDKUS FLOGGED irow Tim jiriNoniTYWourn MODIFY TUN T A 1C I A California Deinoorut VVjintH More Stnttcrllcld HUH Views Own on tho Progress Mado May Tn tho Senate among the petitions presented and referrod wns olio by Quay from the business men of romonHLratlng against an In ereiiso of duty on dross goods miitlo wholly or partially from wool The Committee on Pensions reported buck tho I7ouso for the Senate De pendent Pension bill and moved Unit it bo concurred In Agreed to The Himuto then resumed consideration of tht Sliver hill and Jones of Nevada con cluded the spoeoh bognn yesterday Adjourned House May Mouse wont Into Committee of tho Whole on tho Tariff bill McMillan Toim moved to reduce tho duty on ammonia Thero was no reason why in article of necessity to tho farmer should bo HO heavily taxed MeKlnlny opposed tho amendment Slnoo he tar IIV had encouraged competition In tills Country tho price of ammonia had boon ro iuced from 20 Io7y cents por pound Ohio suggested that while in know nothing of the case under consider ation tho price of tlio article was not re iuood on accountof competition alone It van reduced on account o Improved moth ds of manufacture lie never doubted that lio promotion system was wise humane loiiolicont and scattered blessings on thu and from shore to shore If there was any anger to tho protooUvo system it was In oscillation between the extreme of free rude and the extreme which created lue ualKies among tho Americans themselves In insisted that we should not create Inu uullty horn Tlmt the protection system with conditions not with National oundury lines except when tlio prcsonuo of liosn National boundary linos Indicalwl the restmoo of thoso conditions against tho In ucnco of which It was necessary to inler cise tho barrier of a protcotlvo tariff Oom never created anew Industry Thoy cie created liy tlio work of the brain by ivetitors The commltleo had tried to do ic best It could In fnimlng tlio bill but it as not always safo to rely altogether upon 10 testimony of under tho law Applause on tho DemouraLio lie indicated his belief respecting tlio proper function of the Tariff act nnd would sooner resign his seat than depart one hairs breadth from belief Of course lie re spected tho wisdom of tho committee but why was Paul favored and Peter turned down Why Increase the profits of certain classes lie could name capitalists whoso prolUs exceeded those of all the agricul turalists In anyStato of the Union Ap pluusxi on tho IlomocniMo lie was not ho said disturbed by the applause on the other side Ho was exceedingly grateful that they begun to In any sense that our countrymen deserved protection Unttorworth then protested with Canada lie said that we were ondeavorliig to culti vate relations with Ifty mllllonsoC people to tho southward and yot ivo woro afraid of Canada There were some things in tho bill that ho did not like lie had known of an Industry May San Itninclsco Clironiulc Tho visit of tho Shahs lirsb and favorite wife to Europe will cost at least IIos journuy from Teheran to Vienna occupied four weeks and tho expenses were Tho foes of tlie two surgeons who attended her in Vienna and operated upon hor loft eyo amounted to iMUUO and Jb1000 luis been paid for Lho hire of a villa at where tho Sultana Is go for a month bo foro returning to Persia Tho Sultana who 8 just 12 but who looks like a very aged woman has an Immense influence over tlio Khali who is devoted to her and If who had died during tho operation which she underwent tlio astrologers who ad vised tho Journey to Vienna would as suredly have been beheaded OKUMANYS APIUCAN STISAMBHS May contract between the German Gnvurnmonli and the East Africa Steamship Company provides for tlio payment of a subsidy od murks annually Tho company undertakes to maintain for ten years a main lino oC steamers from Hamburg to Dclagna bay None of the steamers are to be below liiOO tons and tho speed shall bo J0 knots Tlio slimmer will oall at a port In either Holglum or at Lisbon Naples Port Said Zanzibar and Dor ExSalam The company will also establish a coast lino from to Lames Another coast line will bo established from Zanzibar to liihuiiihuna JCMIN KJTCOUSTBliS TltJPtCITLTriSS KANXIHAK May Pashas oxpo dltlon has met with unforeseen clllllcultles Tho expedition loft Hagamoyoon April Hfith and has only gone five days from tho coast It has been greatly delayed by tho death of a number of porters and tho desertion ot others reducing tlio force onefourth ON WHAT AfinilT HAVJ5 LONDON May Tlio reception to Stanley In Guild Hull today was an enthusiastic allalr A dense throng surrounded tho approaches and tho guests numbered 12000 Tho Lord Mayor presented to the explorer a gold casket containing an address from tbo Corporation of London Stanley In returning said that Congo might have belonged to had nglishmen listionod to his lectures bo Two Elders From Zioii Driven Iivto a Swamp VBRXON May Mormon elders hailing from Utah have been tramp ing through Washington and Holmns coun ties distributing thoir rcligious They had proselytedto a considerable extent and especially among the unmarried females A party of eight women were se cured to go West Abranv King had two daughters in tho party King and a son neighbors pursued tho Mormons and capturing them tied after logging tlium unmercifully loosened them j and began Jlring on them Tlie Mormons ran Into iho swumps jiot been scon since and undoubtedly perished Tbo young women were returnedhomo and ovory ono of them well their parents making each One whip the other Salt Lakes Postolfice to Be Located on June 1st PENNSYLVANIA SOLES TO BE SAVED Why a Postoflieo Nomination Was Withdrawn Irani the House nnd Senate Disagree on Pension Legislation Chinese to i district on the outskirts of the city Tho person arrested was Chne Yuen a member of lie inn of Chy Lung Co Shortly after the arrest Consul leo on behalf of the prisoner applied to the Iliiied States Circuit Court fora writ of rorpiM setting forth that the prisoner was a subject o the Emperor of China The writ was granted and the prisoner was re leased on bail Argument will be heard in tho United States Circuit Court July 14th The Petition to tho Czar movement has been Inaugurated to secure ono million signatures to a memorial to tho Czar asking that ho look into and seek to ameliorate tho condition of oxllcs in Siberia Tho move ment was started recently by a suggestion made at tho church of Rov Mr McVlclcar of Philadelphia Now tho pcdltlon is printed and copies have boon sent all over tho United States TJio petition Is couched lu very moderate language THE RECORD OF CRIME SJERIOUS CirAKGKS CAGO AGAINST A CHI Ho Throatonod to Kill Now York JJrokcr Arrested Tlio Anarclilsts lorloru llopo Chicago 1878 nnd Belgium was reap ing 100 percent England might haVo had Rust Africa hut hor lourmilisllossooevery thing through opaquo gloss Germany to day lias tlio lions and cannot fall to win In tho long run AVIssman never hoard of such things as Quakerism puaco societies antlontorpriso companies and nambypamby journalism nil of which aro clogs to ovory hearty ondoayor mado by England Ho hoped tho Govurnmont would romombor tho services of his companions and not chill tholr young souls with tho nogloct which first warped poor Gordon uCtor his heroic achievements In China A KOME May tho Deputies today Orlsjii stated that tho policy of tlio Irehuixl was unchanged It was a policy of poaco and mouacod no ono being Kololy of a do character In inferring to the Afri can ostatos Orispl said ho was confident that thoro would soon bo formed an Italian African company A lIULfUUIAN SOITA is reported that a plot Is on foot to attempt thu rescueof Major Piinllaa who s now in prison for conspiring against Prlnoo liordlnand OUT OF THE WINDOW that had Ixuu ablo to niako In on a capital of 11 favorod proper thoso moi hold tho world In tholr grip lio sale ho did not favor hut kind of protection It was told You siro not sound on the tar Tlio tlino had come whon some little concert should ho shown for Amnriian Ircsides llo did not holkivo It wlso or prudent to mako swooping Uductlon In sugar to bo suiiplnntod Iy a hounty Tho greatest do jlro of heart was o pass a bill reflecting In the highest dogroo thu protective system What lie WMitoil to avoid was paying too much for an industry and such wustho oaso with tho Mil plaU duty It would amount U botoro tho manufaoturors o tin phvto could declare H dividend Ho was anxious that his party should not a false step llo did notexpect to par ticipate much in the deliberations of tho llouso heroaftor llo was quite as ready to go out us his Democratic friends woro anx ious to got rid of him tvhon thoygerryman dered him out llo was already out before thoy took that action Dlngky said tho debate had pro ceeded upon thu theory that muriate and sulphate of ammonia woro used for produc ing fertilizers Tho fact wns not a pound was so used McMillans amendment was rojocted Jfoldrlnghuus moved to amend by reduc ing tho on rotiuod borax from 5 to 3 cents per pound UForrull road a list of what ho singled out as excessive duties laying stress on tho duty on reudymiulo clothing which ho hold was In tho interest of Postmaster1 Gonoral Wanamakor You tickle me and I will tickle you You legislate In my favorand I will put up cam paign That was tho explanation of many of thoso high duties amendment was rojeotod Biggs offered an amendment in creasing the duty on olivo oil from 35 to 50 cents a gallon Ho advocated tho protection of tho ollvo oil Industry In tho interest of puro olive oil Ho was a good Democrat but ho was not His party wasop posed to his amendment but ho as an in dopondont American advocated tho proposition Tho amvadmont was rejected Various other amendments wore butrejected and after consideringthirteen of tho irG pages of tho bill tho eoiumittoo rose and tho House adjourned A Pastor Threat cnocL With a llpvol vcr Mwkcsa linn NKW Yoiuc May San Francisco Chronlclo Pnrnoll a colored oystorman and deacon In A M Church at Kossvillo L was arraigned yesterday morning boforo Justice Dlssosway on complaint of Eov William D Urown pastor of thochurch While Brown was preaching In his pulpit yesterday morn Ing Douoon rurnoll tho church flourishing a revolver and shouting that ho Intended to shoot Dominie Brown Groat excitement prevailed among tho congrega tion during which tho pastor suddenly dis continued ills discourse aud climbed out of tho buck window Deacon Furncll attempted to use his pistol but was restrained and the pastor esoapocl from tho ohurch am1 made tho best tlmo possible to lilrf homo lie was hoUy pursued by Deacon Purnoll who still held tho revolver but tho pastor got homo and locked tho doors and windows Deacon Pur noil aftor making an unsuccessful effort to gain an entrance begun to shoot through ono of tlio windows AfterPurnoll had emptied his revolver Domlnlo Brown cau tiously poked his head out of tho frou t door and leveling a pistol at tlio deacon opened iro in a lively manner Tho first shot missod but tho second ploughed through tho deacons stovepipe At this Pur noll began to dodgo retreated without getting any of tho bullets into his body Later in tho day Domlnlo Brown hold a consultation with a warrant was sworn out and Doacon Purnoll was takon into custody Dominic is about 30 years at tho liouso of Doacon Purnell previous to his marriage In January SInco thou tho friendly rela tions between him and Doacon Purnell havo boon strained Unpleasant stories wore cir culated which involved Dominie Brown and Deacon Purnolls wife The Dominie indig nantly denies tho says that Pur noll is persecuting him nnd trying to get him out of the ohnroh A majority of tho congregation side with tho minister in his A HIGH IiICENSE FAILURE CHICAGO May Francisco Chronicle S Granger tlio millionaire member of tho North Branch Lumber Company is wanted on a warrant charging him with attempting to kill his wlfo Tlio warrant was sworn out by Mrs Granger who said that hor husband tried to kill her with a revolver Mrs Granger further says that all has not been scrono in their family for some tlmo and thai hor husband frecinontly throated to murder her Fearing for her safety sho loft her homo and wentto live with hor friends Having no was forcod to seek employment in an ofllco but had to resign being too ill to work Mr Granger is a wellknown lumber owning several mills in Michigan besides bis interest in tho North Company of Chicago JUDGE MASTEBSON DISCIIAIUSD NEW YOKK May Tho tho slvooting allair between Masterson and Mrs Alluo Hopkinsoiv lust was ihad boh loft tlio PoliceCourt this morning without giving testimony jigiiinst each other said tho shooting was purely Whorvtho announcement was mudo that both wore dis charged thoy loft tho court togothor AN ODD SCntMI3 REVIVED CmcAflO May a short timo au effort will bo mado to secure tho roloaso from tlioponllontlaiy of the convicted Anar chists FJoldon ScViwab and Npobo by appli cation to Judgo Graham of the Circuit Court forn writ of corpus on tho ground that tho prisoners aro detained without duo process of law Gonoral Butler associate counsel fools sure of success Tho Anar chists lawyers say tiho wrifcwill bo asked for on tho ground thai after sentence was passed upon tho condemned men thocase was appealed to the Supremo Court where tho find ings of tho lower court wore aillrmed and tho prisoners woro nof taken before tho Supremo Court to hoar this alllrmatlcn of thoir sentences Tho claim Is mado this was a broach of Constitutional rights A UKOKBll AflRESJBIX PmriADELvniA May P M SIstaros a mombor of tho broker firm of SIstaros Sons who recently failed was arrested at Now York today Kiohurd Peckslilro of Uiis city on whoso warrant ho was arrested says ho had worth of bonds wliich woro embezzled WALLACE CnrcAao May Now York IT Wallace editor and pro prietor of Wallaces Monthly known tho country over as an authority ou trotting horses has boon robbed of upwards of by Ivobort L Wallace his nephew not yot twentyone years of ago Loslio McLood tho confidontiaras sooiato of John Wallace and associate editor of is suspoctedof being an accomplice In tho scheme of plunder McLood is now Jn a cell at police headquarters Young Wallace was a very distant relative of John and had boon Ho would havo boon the old editors liolr May to Tniu Tyuor who has charge of tho location of the postoilico in Salt Lake mudo an order to day that tlio matter would bo decided on Juno 1st TOO MANY SOLES TO IJE SAVED WASHINGTON May Dispatch Francisco Chronicle super fluity of Soles has caused tlio Postmaster General and Representative Ray of Pennsyl vania a great deal of trouble Thero has boon a boated contest over tho postofileo at McKoesport and a dozen or more can didates Tho Congressman to whom tlio matter was referred declined to make any recommendation but telegraphed some of tho leading citizens in whom lio had confi dence asking which of tho several candi dates they preferred The answer was prompt short sharp and decisive and it road Wo want Tho Congressman had that morning re ceived an application for the ollico from Edwin Soles backed by several letters tes tifying tQ his good character and capacity and supposing him to bo the Soles wanted informed the PostmasterGeneral nnd tho nomination was sent to tho Senate then thoro was a row Tho whole ot Mclveesport almost Including tho men who wanted Soles commenced to bombard the Depart ment with protests It was notEdwln Solos Elmer Soles his uncle that they wanted Ills papers wliich were very strong and voluminous had boon on filo in tho Department for several months when hisnephew Edwin a bright and ambitions young man thinking there was no chance of the uncle getting tho appointment thought ho would go for It and sent down his appli cation with a fow backers When tho facts woro discovered the nomination of Edwin was withdrawn and Elmer uamed in his place A PKNStON DISAOBEEMENT WASHINGTON Davis with tho unanimous con currence of other members of tho Senate Pensions today submitted a rcportrcconimendfng that tho Somite do not agreeto tho amendment mado by tho House to bills Tbey announce thoir determination not to agreeto tbo House hill under any conditions Tho it passed tho Senate was a identical to that Riotous Strikers at Hamburg HAMUUUO April excitement prevails on account of the strike of gas workers Crowds paraded tho streets to day and throw stones at tram cars ijevoral passengers were Injured Tho police finally charged and dispersed the mob Rioting wits renewed this evening Mounted police with naked swords cleared tho streets Many arrests were mado The strikers at Germ destroyed nino pieces of finished goods and warps and fiftyseven looms The Manufacturers Union oflers a largo reward for tho discovery of tho cul prits An Ogden House May 13 Organization ot the South Ogden Stock Yards and Land Com pany was completed here today with a capital stock equally divided between Ogden and Omaha Tho company proposes to begin the construction of pack ing houses hotel and exchange buildings and yards A GREAT KENTUCKY EVENT Louisville Turned Over to the Fol lowers of the Turf MUD AND MIRE FOR THE DERBY RAGE Philadelphia 2 Scbriveriand GAMES CHICAGO May 13i at Rochester Columbus t postponed on account of Earl Dunrnven Will Keep His Vnl kyrie at Hundred Kntries for One Ball Games Yesterday Prom the Mexican Capital CITY OF MEXICO via Galveston May A number of German engineers aro looking over tracts of laud with a vlow to tho loca tion of extensive smelting works Great anxiety is felt in financial circles respecting the which tho United States Congress will take on tho silver ques tion NOT A PLAGIARIST NEW YonK May New York Yacht Club has received a letter from Earl Dunravon owner of iho English Yacht saying it Is absolutely Impossible to race for tho American cup under the present deed of gift llo expresses regret that the New York Yacht Club refuses to from tho position taken In tho matter scedo The Kaces INGAIXS ACCUSED QV APPROPRI ATING KASSILLOXS LANGUAGE Ho Denies Uio Charge and Explains That It was His Own Translation of a Literary Waif THE MAYOR HUNS THB ORLEANS May Picayunet Jacksonville PI special says News is received from Cedar Keys to tho effect that tho Mayor and Marshal of that city have boon running tho townforseveral days Citizens have boon threatened wltth pistols ladies Insulted tho United States Collector forced to koop indoors and a man whipped by a negro who did the job under tho persuasion of a loaded revolverinthe hands of Mayor Cottrcll Many citizens have loft the place aud bloodshed Is ex THE METHODIST UNIVERSITY votood by Cleveland House nYnended thebill by passingas a substitute tho Mor rll pension bill wblcli is both a service and bill It is opinion of the Senate Committee that It is the duty ofthe Government bo fore auy other pension legis lation to provide for needs of disabled and In tho most liberal manner possible Tho Senate bill was framed upon this theory Service pension is a matter which should not bo involved with the disability bill Tho estimates by tho AdjutantGeneral show that tho approximated aggregate cost of asorvicopension upon a basis of 03 years as tho ago Jim it will bo Si Upon a basis of sixty years tho cost would bo Of this amount must bo paid before tho end of tho year 1915 and tho average annual payment would le These estimates aro materially greater than thoso of tho House Committee bub the Senate Committee adopt ed thorn bocauso on valid reasons and because experience had shown that pen sion estimates heretofore had Invariably fallen below the actual cost It is tho com mittees opinion that whenever It is deemed wiso to inaugurate a system of service pen sions it should bo done for tho benefit oC all living soldiers who wore honorably dis charged and that tho ratoof pension should bo graded according to tho length of service A MOHTSEHBAT COMPROMISE Tlio Secretary of the Treasury Jims ac cepted an ollor to pay and costs Jn a compromise in tho case of the Mexican steamer against which tho Government had claims for on ac count of tonnage duos accruing by reason of the abrogation by Mexico of tho treaty formelIy existing between that country and tho United States Tho Mont sorrafc was purchased in Europe for the purpose of trading under the Mexican flag between tho United States and Mexican ports on tho Paciiic Coast TJio case has boon pending a long time WASHINGTON May Dispatch Francisco Chronicle dis patch from Kansas City quoting tho article published today in tho Kansas City Times charging that In the eulogy delivered upon the Into Congressman Tames N Burnes Senntor Ingalls largely from Bishop Masslllons scnnons created quite n stir at tho and was tho subject of animated conversation and criticism in pub lic circles As a consequence MasslUons book of sermons are largely In demand at tho Congressional Library You r correspond ent carded tho Kansas Senator at an early period of tho morning session He came up bound ing and smiling and handed out a copy of an article ho had prepared in reply to tho charge of which tlio following Is a copy I was advised several weeks ago that this publication was bo mado arid that the manuscript was for sale afc S500 The price mo to bo excessive Tn my youth I began of French without a master arid in a volume of exorcises found this with other exercises credited to no ono which I translated aud copied Into a com monplace book moro than thirty years ago I was struck by its stately and somber elo quence it seemed 1o me then as It has always seemed tomoslnce the most forcible and impressive presentation of tho strongest argument in support ofthe Immortality of the human soul I never had the sermons of Modsillon in my possession and never read one of knowingly either in the original or in translation I have used the same lino of thought and the language of my paraphrase a hundred times I have no doubt in conversation in speeches and in letters whenever T have had occasion to dwell upon tiho mysterious existonce beyond tho grave and shall continue to do so when ever occasion serves Tho writer and orator who preserves such thoughts and rescues them from tho dusty oblivion of forgotten centuries confers an inestimable benefit npon mankind Tho language is my own the ideas aro tho priceless heritage and common possession of tho human race My lamented friend ColonelBurnos was a Democrat In my brief and humble tribute to his family I endeavored to portray his virtues and to console the bereft by the hope that tho separation was not eternal It was a labor of Jovo and not for gain or fame His political associates considering it be coming and appropriate to resort to his grave which is green with the produce of returning spring for the occasion to censure me I leave them to tho judgment of tho living aud tho contempt of ibe A BITTER CHURCH QUARBEJD HARTFORD May Dis Francisco Chronicle Tories The secretary of ChMturOnk 1ark announces todiy a list of entries for the colt race for foals of ISSU mile best thrco in live to bo trot ted during tho circuit mooting of August 1802 This list Is beyond all anticipations it having entries from twentyone States and tlio British provinces Kentucky loads oft with tho largest unmoor of entries 67 New York has U California ii Massachusetts 27 C7 Pennsylvania Jil Ohio IS nnd others from 1 U 0 each Tho entries cover tho host strains In tho country including tho sot of Nelson record Stratum Wood nut Nut wood Director Guy WiJkes Electioneer and King Wllkcs and Sahlo Wilkcs The Palo Alto farm in California names ton among which ne Belle Flower by Elec tioneer Another is Wild Bisd by Nephew dam Wild Pigeon Tho La Stosta ranch names eight four of which aro by Woodward KKNTUCKYS DERBV IN TUB MUD LomsviLiYK May Tho meeting of ho Louisville Jockey Club which opens tomorrow will bo ono of tho biggest known hero both for tho number of horses and the crowds of people In attend ance Thoro between 000 and 700 liycrs in the stables aud the hotels arc full of turf men and raco followers Thero has been n heavy shower of rain tonight and this added the showers of last night and tho heavy downpour this morning will tho Derby raco In the mud Everybody interested In tho turf tonight is looking up mud records Riley will probably go to tbo post as tho favorite with Kobosplorro next Tho starters will probably bo Kobesplorro Prince Tonso Palisadoylliley Bill Letchor nnd Outlook PalisiKlift is thought to Do out classed whilo Outlook is considered not good In tho mud YESTEHDAYS RACES LIXDKN PAUK N May Beautify won Salisbury third Four and a half vontnro won Tourist second Interest colt third Time Seveneighths of a Garter won Monsoon second Bohemian third Time Mile and a won Ltttlc Jim second Maggie U filley third Time Tito Creed Will Be NEW YORK May week publishes returns from oJl bat five ol tho Presbyterian churches showing that 13J voted foir revision 69 against revision G declined to voto The most of the Presbyi tories not hoard from are foreign Accord Ing to the lootings of the voto in detail ministers and elders voted against and ministers and elders for revision Many o tho Southern Presbyteries arc composed chiefly of negroes who voted solidly against revision as did also the Presbyteries oj California The Kentucky Senatorial Fight FRANKITOKT May Tho Dcmoi era tie Senatorial caucus tonight spent th time up to midnight in making speeches ExGovernor Proctor Kuott McCreory exSpeaker Carlisle lion L Mooro and Judge Lindsay have been place4 In nomination Tho antiCarlisle mon been pursuing dilatory tactics all niKhfc and tho prospects aro that it a prolonged contest An adjournment taken at midnight Keoves and aro yet to bo nominated i Troops for Strikes PRAGUE May 13 The strikers are holding parades Fears aro entertained that they may attempt tbo destroy tho machinery i tho factories Tho buildings are guardedbj policemen with llxcd bayonets A detach mont of Dragons arc encamped in front tho castle at Libeu near hero CORRESPONDENTS ON A VACATION RESIDENT WASHINGTON AGENTS Eft VADiS XHli 1XDUSTK1AI SOUTH Pioasant Kecoptlon at Auguiitn A Busy City of Groat Beauty and Rich Natural Advantages ATTGUSTA Georgia May Corrcspondcnca two dayt fortynino resident Washington denU havo boon enjoying to tlio full wholesale and wholesome hospitality of this Tho visiting party loft Washington on Thursday morning over Richmond and DanviHo system which pierces the States of Virginia North Caro Una and Georgia through some of Its iiiosV picturesque and fertile sections Past Mansissa WarrcritonV and Grovotoii across country every foot ot whose grounds was contested inch by during tho great civil war glimpses woro successively gained of tho old university town of Charlottcsvillo of Lynchburg and Dan villa In Virginia and of Charlotte and Greensboro in North Carolina found tho train passing in its illght western South s CaVolina and crossing Savannah just twentythree liours out WaHhlngton From tjio tho great State of visitors wcro iiv A skir tho city was Thov Five Arthur wonVillage Maid second Little Barefoot third Time LKXINGTON May and fifty yards won Licdcrkranz second others drawn Time Four B won Laura Allen second Sly Lisbon third Time Silver King second Brookful third Tirno Fiveeighths of a Washington won Grecnleaf second Brutus third Time IrOflJi Lady won Brandoletto second Unite third Time AN AFFLICTED ACTRESS Eight Thousand Dollar License De moralizes a Massachusetts Town LOWELL May Dls Francisco Chronicle Tho eight thousand dollar liquor license runted on Saturday to JohnLemon bythe selootmon of Dracut was revoked this morn Ing The townwill refund the 8SOOO to Lemon The crowd was not so great yesterday as that attendingthe opening on Saturday but the scenes had developed into a carnival of TlioMuyor and Chief of Lowell refused to sondVofllcersthero for twice the patroliwapon was caHodthore and mimberloss mull fights Farroll was inmorclfully jJoiinffedttind kicked Another man named off an electric car A Prayer That the Purse Strings of the Rich May Be Loosened NEW YOBK May Board of Bishops of the Mothodisfc Episcopal Church closed thoir session today Assignments to woremador and Bishop P New man was appointed to visit Japan and hold a conferoneo there In July Begardiug tho proposed establishment of a National University in Washington reso lutions woro adopted commending tbe pro ject Tho resolutions Jit Is ourr judgment that an endowment of at least two millions of dollars and suitable build ings in additionshould be procured beforo tho proposed university bo put In view of demands In all parts ol the country lor the urgent needs of alreadyexisting institutions we must look chiefly for a proper endowment of the proposed National University friends to whom God has wealth who may by gifts of tens of thou sands or oven of millions of dollars forward thisgreat and noble To such we oaraostly commend the proposed university praying that God may opea to tho magnificent opportunity offered to them of doing rloss favored brothers cannot names to tho roll of jbeeni able to do great things for their country and their A Itfiwyer Kills Hiinselft KANSA8Cirr of way to Chicago suicided this inornjrijfilnthft House Mrs Wetherills Sufferings Are Ended by Death NEW YORK May San Francisco Chronicle Wotherill tho actress who died in this city last Saturday night was buried yesterday in tho actors fund plot in Evergreen Ceme tery Miss Wetherlll was better known by reason of her peculiar misfor tunes than on account of hor prominence as an actress although she possessed consider able ability as a soubrette She was tho wife of Samuel Wotherill a theatrical man ager and advance agent who was at ono time a California State Senator Wetherill died a few years ago without leaving his wife any means ol sustenance She had been earning her living however by acting for some time previous to his death and was at one time a member of tho Union Square stockcompany and subsequently ol Edward Harrigans company at the Park Theater where sho did some excellent work in char actor parts Nearly three years ago Mxs Wetherill was troubled with what she thought was acorn onono of her feet and submitted tho mem ber to a chiropodist for treatment A cut was mado which resulted in a cancer and alter sufferinglor weeks tho afflicted woman consented to have nor foot amputated as theonly meaiis of saving The operation was performed in the New York Hospital and the theatrical profesion be Interested grand benefit was gotten iup for the sufferer that netted her a liandsonie sum in Wetherill sufficiently from the amputation to believe that a com plete cure had been effected She was fitted with an artificial loot and able to walk al most aswell as before the operation but the seed of the cancer had got into the poor womans blood and alter a few months the disease appeared again and she knew that her case was hopeless In spite of this knowledge she bore up br avelyand cheerv i fully awaltingitbe end which camo Satur day She was about 37 yearsof age and was a general favorite with the people in thb theatrical The New1 AntiChiiieso Ordinance SAW FRANCISCO May first arrest i was made today under the new city or It Is to Bo Settled by Expulsion of the Minority JOLIBT May TRIBUNE Dispatch Francisco Chronicle The trouble over Pastor Whitman caused an other disgraceful scene in the Baptist Church A meeting was held and some ol Whitmans opponents brought up the old trouble by a resolution reciting anew tho charges against him and demand ing that they be submitted to a committee of minis ters and laymen Tho fact was speedily developed to their discom fiture that tho number of Whitmans ad herents had been greatljr enlarged since the last meeting and this resolution was voted down with alarming rapidity This greatly displeasedthe minority and pandemonium ensued One of their number assorted that the count of the vote had not been right and some of the majority shouted put him Eev Nr Whitman finally secured order and read a letter from Charlottotown de nying tho stories that had been told about him The majority offered a preamble and reso lutions suspending from the church some of tho more active opponents ol the pastor After a most unchristian not to say dis graceful controversy tho resolutions were adopted wbersupon two young ladies arose and screamed that they wanted to be re moved too Tho names of those who were suspended were among the most prominent In the church It was the verdict ol the majority that all opponents of Whitman must be suspended and that the scandal should never be alluded to again The situ ation is most discouraging Both the oppo nents and adherents OL Whitman Include some of the best families in the city and each one insists tho other sideis wrong The prospects for a new church are good Cuts andKumorsof Cuts CHICAGO May The Burlington road today met the Alton cut from Chicago to Kansas City and also made a sweeping cut between Kansas City and St Louis The Ohio Mississippi road has added to the turmoil by cutting the passenger rates be tween Cincinnati and Kansas City From St Paul it is learned that all roads are pre paringto meet the yesterday and further cuts are expected in a day or so Tibo situation is becoming decidedly inter estlng Bank Fails PLATTSBUBO May The Plattsburg Bank doors today and made an assipjment of allots are 5000 in notes and invreal Slow collect ions and a too heavy load of real estate caused The Players Brotherhood CHICAGO May local Brotherhood team batted Kecfe all over tho field today and won the game with tho greatest ease Attendance 800 0 1 0 1 5 0 0 20 10 0 JO 7 cngo 4 Uuftiilo 3 ant Kccfe and Mack nut JoilCfi Called nt end of eighth inning lo auow teams to caich the truin AT May local club made more hits than were secured by the Brooklyn Brotherhood team but their er rors were also more numerous and tbo vis itors won Attendance 1500 10 Brooklyn 8 Errors Philadelphia 6 Brooklyn 2 Knell find Milligaii Sowdors and Cooke Um and Holbort AT NKW YORK NEW YORK Slay Brotherhood clubs played a magnificent game thlsaftxir uoon in which the home teanj wca Bostons errora proving costly New 0 1 1 0 York M Boston 9 York 1 nixl Kwiiifj 3aly and Murphy aud Burues POSTPONED AT CLEVELAND May 13 Tho PIttsburg Brotherhood game was postponed on ac count of rain The National League CHICAGO May 13 The League Club played a fair game this afternoon consider ing the condition of the Chicagos Inability to hit Beatin and Sullivans wild ness gave Cleveland the game Attendance 2000 2002002 0310400 0 Cleveland 10 2 and KHtredge Beatin and Zimroer CINCINNATI May 13 The Cincinnati League Clnb were unable to hit Schmitts pitching but forthree singles this afternoon while Duryea was hit hard by the visitors Attendance 0000 00 0 0 I 0 l 0 0 3 12 Errors Cincinnati 3 Pittsburg 3 and Keenan Schmltt aud Bcrgcr Quado YORK NEW YORK May New York League team again beat the Bostons today in a pretty contest inwhich field ing predominated Attendance 3 0 01 0 is 6 0 0 0 0 0 2 York 12 Bottoa 3 and Murphy Lawton and Umpire Wo May The Jieavy lat ting of tho local League club gave themaii easy victory over Brooklyn this afternoon Attendance 0 vading guests woro turned before noon 1 when ulghw fell the Northern partyv ad mlttod the cifectivo result of the Southern V campaign and yielded withall the grace bravo but discomfited mcii A reception at tho Arlington Hotel was followed oy a through tho city which included Colonel magnHlcent El Dcirndp farm a monument to practical prbgrcs slve agriculture an Inspection of tho largest fertilizer works in the South and a the Cotton Compress works whoro tho great bales aro reduced under to onethird of their former Later v tho day an elegant lunch was given at r Commcrcial OAub Speeches of by Colonel Carwilo aud Gcncral Davidsou y were responded to by Major M P Handy of Philadelphia Hon Amos Cumpilngs of New York and Congressman Allen of Tho afternoon closed with a drive to i mervillo a charming residence suburb of i the city a visit to tho Arsenal where a v salute of twentyfive guns presented tho compliments of Major Rcllly tho ing ofliccr and a short sojourn at tho famed Bon Air Hotel one cf the most beautifully finished and charmingly located of crn health resorts from whose glass enclosed oyric a lovely view of Augusta and the circling Georgia and South Carolina was taken deceptions at tho homes of r y Colonel Barrctc and Major Branch plctcd a day every moment of which was filled with the pleasure of novel impressions unremitting attentions of the hospitable and generous of hosts j A BARUECUE Saturday treated1 tho visitors to ride of seven miles and return over tho canal v which taps tbe Savannah above tho city and brluss a mighty volume of water to its mills factories below At the locks1 a bar lccue and banauot awaited Augustas guests followed by a second display of famed oratory Thopitsismoked with roast ing shoata and sheep and the long were many of tho most dls tinguichcd cftlxens and editors of the Major M P Handy Of PhiladelpMii North American H B McPariand of Record Evan Uowells of the AUtanta jMon and E G theNew Times were among the At the onclusion of the barbecue boats were for Augusta and the train boarded for tho North amid hearty cheers for the jcarted hosts who had so unremittingly oted themselves to the comfort of the coireJ spondents and for the lovely and city on tho upper Savannah Augusta Is fittingly named the he A quarter of a million make re usicaL accompaniment to her prise river ally past great mills which ind cotton chimneys and smoking faclxjriea bustling product of tho 3ity at once quaint progressive ndissolubly withthe past andbound tpj i 4 Present and piishiug into the future a century a half of given it the stability of a social whicli ao enterprise aloue can 1 of Yankeedomigrafted on both patent stein and graftaror jhrough a happy and old progress jreat State of verdict ot M tho ;