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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - April 11, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah If yon want Houses Booms or Servants patronise the Want Columns of The Tribnne The total circulation of The Tribune last week over YOL 158 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY APRIL PRICE FIVE A SILVER INVESTIGATION A Committee of Senators Will Con sider tlie Subject COMMISSIONER GROFFS GOOD RECORD Two Army Officers Found A Concession to tho Union Vigorous AntiChinCHO CourtMartial Sentences is ordered for tho special benefit of the delegates to the PanAmerican conference President Harrison will bo the reviewing ofllcur This will bo the first timo since tho war that the President has officially re viewed the troops by virtue of his office as CoramandorlnCliIef SPORTING EVENTS f LAKK TrunuxB BKJREATT M7 Koit teem th Street WASHINGTON 0 April JO 1800 Fearing a division of the two on tho subject of silver coinage tho hriK appointed H tocon fUrler tho three propositions as presented in the original Wlndorn bill tho Jones bill and the bill recently reported by the House Cornmlttfte on Coinage Weights and Meas ures and to agree upon tho action which the majority In the Senato should take Tho Senate CornrniUoo is composed of tliirteon Senators six of whom arts wellknown gold THOU six strong advocates of the unlimited free coinage of silver and ono who is ro as occupying n neutral position and us therefore a frload of both gold and silver Tho thirteenth man Is Sonatyr Al lison of Iowa The committee In full Is as follows the first six after Senator Allison lining Kold jnoi and tho next six silver men Allison Mcurlll Shorman 1latt Alflrich K Hisnock N EdmundK McMillan Jones IMitohell Teller florcn N Dj This corn rn it too is engaged in tiilctnfj tlie iOritimont of tho while loading Tie publicans in tlio HOIISO aro trying to ascer tain most popular course to ptirsuo and It is likely that there will ho a joint confer orjco with the commlltoo from the House botoro a Una dotorinlriiition is reached The at tho rosldoruio of Sherman tonight for a conforcrico There Mial a bil1 froo coin ago will be aclvo cutcd by tlie Senate nriOF KS Judge GrolT has made a splondld record since lie took possession nf the General Land Office Ho wont Into tho office September Id 18HO when thorn word ponding Onal entries aggregating Yesterday a little over six months from tho timo ho took wove ponding IDS on trlos a rod notion of this lie lias attended to all tlio oiirient businoss which has this rate Commissioner Clrott will clear tlio lies of all in the oilloo within eighteen nmntha Tills is probably tho host record that has over boon mado In General Land Otlloo and it Is attracting uttontlon in ovory State and Territory whom thoro is ptihllc his work FO as to roaoh tho business within the short est possible time and tho condition of tho iilos is in sharp contrast with that of yoary ago FOUNU April IO fAssociatod Is at tho War Ueparttnoit thai the oourtmartlal which triod LI niton Jin t Steolo at Chi cago for conduct unbecoming an a genlilemau in striking Trlvato Boll P found him guilty and sentenced hlra to bo reprimanded and to bo con fined within tho limits of his post for throe months Tho findings of tho court woro approved by Cori oral Sohoflold lie will Issue an ordor this ufternoon publicly reprimanding Lluutonaut Steele THK AnoprwD According to tho arrasiRomonts made wnen tlio bill was laid before tho Ways and Moans Committee by tho Kopubllcan jnombers ton days ago It was oallodup for ilna disposition this morning Without roartlng a voto was taken upon tho question of reporting tt to tho f louse with favorable recommendation just as It stands Tbo ro pult was that tho report was ordered by a party with the understanding that the bill should bo reported to tho House Monday A CONCESSION TO TRK UNCON VACtlilC The House Committee on Pacific Rail roads entered upon formal consideration ot the Senate bill providing for a settlement of the Government of the Union and Central Pacillo Tho first Hvo sections covering tho ease of tho Union Pu olflo Company woro approved with a Cow changes tho most important of which was one reducing from throe per cent to one and a hal per tho rate of interest to bo paid by the company upon tho bonds falling duo during the next five years This Is a partial concession to the of tho coin pany which desired low rates of Interest Ior the next ton years Provision is made however for capitalizing the ditleronco be tween ft ono and a half por cent rate and a full throe pcv cent rato for live yoars so jmthat the effect of tho change ir to reduce tho of payments for the time but to make the final payments heavy enough to cover the dlftoronco The committee also struck out of the fourth section the clause Delating to the Government guarantee of bonds A Massachusetts Prize Billiard Gomes BOSTON April Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle usual Horenlty of Newton was sorely disturbed Monday ufternoon for nothing less than a prlxefight was going on The police wore the fact and even now are not cognizant of tlio particulars Tho parties engaged In tho disgraceful and brutal affair woro two buys of about ir years and tho mill took place on tho banks of Charles rivtM1 of Nonantu street Ac tho end of tho tenth round the fight was declared a draw and both parties had boon badly punished Thoro wns a large crowd of boys In attend ance Each had seconds and fought in a fourteenfoot ring under Marquis of Queens bury rules Neither wore gloves but both showed some in the use of their fists and woro lustily cheered on by tho crowd arid all this happened in broad daylight and not far from where Apostle ftliot preached and goodwill to the Indians TUB rOUIlNAMEKT CniOAfio April Tlio first afternoon gjirno In the billiard tournament today was between Daly and CaUon for and WO points respectively Cation won 250 average 8 fiao highest run fiO Daly 2M average fi MU highest run US sucoiid afternoon game was between Daly of Brooklyn anil S Randolph liciser of Now York iiOO and 250 points respectively Helser won average fi 1040 best run r2 Daly 207 average 7 24HO best run 02 The evening game between George Slossori and Frank Ivcs the former to play 500 against Ivcss J7f5 Slosson was suffering from u sovoro and played very Indlf fororitly Ivos won 4K average best run 80 Ives 270 average II best run 79 A NEW JERSEY BARBARITY A Drunken Mob Sing a Song Wbile Hanging Their Victim HUNTING SOUTHERN OUTLAWS DOWN Stanley Interviewed April Herald prints an Interview with Stanley in which the latter maintains that the Germans Influenced Ernln Pasha while ho Stanley thinks tho Germans intend to annex and will pro cood on tlioso plans If Germany secures tho lake region husays it will destroy tho whole value of tlio British coast possessions The conquest of Soudan would cost and no government In Europe has the stamina to undertake it A Desperate Battle With a Burglar Horrible Disclosures at a Maine Starks Confes Army Veteran Whipped CaliTornia Pioneers Coining BOSTON April parly of 150 mem bers of tho Society of California Pioneers left in a special train for a trip to California the trip to occupy thirtyseven THE PROBLEM OF THE HOUR CON SJDJ3IC TJIJ5 S1LVJCK QUESTION KomurkHhie Froo Coinage to tho House Mooting oiSoimtorH April of Eo publlean representatives was hold tonight Tho silver problem throw everything else In the background Chairman Conger of the Coinage Committee explained tlie Win dom bill as modified Ho believed the measure was strong and calculated to meet tho public demand for a liberal supply of A representative from one of tho now Western States was for free coinage and floclarod It ooulcl be established without and with cruat KoprosontaMvo Walkor udvlsoil tin Republicans to support tlio uoinmHtcd bill In tho courso disbiHo tho Son1 nto comnitttons proposition coin four juiil a Imll millions of sllvor monthly was discussed and fournl some adhoronls Ono of Ihn objections mado to Uio House hill that WHS no inducement for fmy ono soil silver to Uio Treasury at tliu ns would more readily sell it at noiirest market to To this ansvvar WHS mado Unit a beneficial offoot would obtain Unit thn pricu of sllvor would bo steadied and kopt jit a minimum A fen til ro of dobato was tho romarkahlo of Ircso coinage mou and us an moinbof said tho House was JipparonUy rostrnlned from passing nfreo coin age bill onh by tlio four of a Prosdential voto MoKlnloy oliamplnnnd tho bill and Ciuiubn showed a decided loaning toward a compromise botwocn Uio House and Senate propositions There was no uttompt voto an any prop osition except ono providing for Uio appointment of a coniuiittoo of slxtoou including tho Repub lican members of tho coinage committeo U consldor tho ontiro subjoot and consult with tho Itopublicnn Sonato committeo and endeavor to arvaiigo Tho oommlttouof Kopubllcan Senators charged with tlio duty of framing a silver bill to secure tho support of tho majority of the Sonato hold a long meeting tonight at Senator Shermans house It Is understood that nothing definite WHS accomplished and another niglit mooting will bo necessary Thoro wero two propositions tho committee ono to authorize tho unlimited cohi ngo of silver bullion produced in tho United States and tho gocond to limit tho amount of silver to bo coined to a year to bo purchased by the Secretary of tho Treasury without legjird to tho placo of production Tho irnnrosslon prevails tliat tho latter proposition will bo Copied ANTTCHINESK MEASUJIKS The United States Attoruoy for the South ern District of California has been Instructed proceedings against nil persons connected with tho recent attempt to smug gle Chinese laborers Into this country across tho Mexican border and the lector of Customs at San Dlcpo has been instructed to arrange for sending to China all the Chinese captured AN ARMY OFFICERS SENTENCE First Lloutenant Paddock Fifth Cavalry was recently tried by courtmartial Fort Leavenworth Kansas on a charge of having duplicated his pay accounts The record of tho proceedings and finding in the have been acted upon by tho reviewing of the War Department and the case lias been submitted to the President ac tlon It is assumed from this action that the court found the officer guilty of the charge and sentenced him to dismissal fromthe service IHE CIVIL SERVICE PROSECUTION DT0 of j the old Dominion Bepubll League against the officers of ao hasbeenluatibutodln the coiuMs of this violation of tho United States law It has been determined to V waive all further proceedings and admit a 21statement of the facts on tho part of the de President Newton of the League In Border that tho same may be passed upon v iriahigher court and final decision liad in the Supreme Court of the United HARRISON TO UEVIEW THE a re view of the regular troops and tjhb National Guards tomorrow which A Toloffruphcrs Contest NEW YORK April 10 A national contest of telegraphers was held hero today Six teen ladies contested in the afternoon Miss K B Stephonson seut227 words in five min utes and won the first prize 5s0 jMlss B M Dennis 212 words took the second prize and Miss E K Van Selow 210 words won the third prize The old timers then hud a tussle A S Ayrestook the prize with 220 words in five minutes Fred Catlin second 217 words George M Eiteniillor third prize with 107 words Tho class for present day senders followed and the official judgment Is not yet rendered but tho three highest scores ore B R Pollack 25S words J W Roloson 24S F L Oattlu 241 Good work against speed made some changes in tbo record above as follows Class first prize B R Pollock 2i50 words in five minutes second prize S70 William Gibson 23S F J Kihrn 238 A special prize of S25 for tlie most finished and accu rate sending In the quickest time was won by W J In Class the first prize SS5 went to F L Catlin 251 words second pritfe S05 W J 220 third prize S30 Frank English 225 Another extra S20 for the best pen and ink copy of Waughs transmission went to Thomas K Taltavall editor of the Electric Aga A Captain Acquitted FT YATES N April The court martial has fiaishocl its investJgatious of the charges against 9uptain Fochot Eighth Cav alry of drunkenness and brutally maltreat ing a private and rendered1 a verdict of acquittal Several witnesses testified that Fechot was a model of The find ing is officially promulgated The Largest Darn AUSTIN April Austin has decided to erect the greatest dam in tho United States over the Colorado river It will cost OOOandAviil afford IdiOOO Machine Shops Burned April The Brooklyn city MORRISXOWN N April Francisco Chronicle Intelligence of a horrible murder comes from Hibernia a small town about nine miles from here On Monday night a party of miners were drinking in blieprincipalsaloon when a quarrel broke out between three of tho party about tho payment for some drinks which they had had Tho man who started the quarrel1 bas been very unpopular for some time and tho other two set upon him and ono of them smashed his skull with a beer bottle After receiving tho blow lie was thrown down and kicked most brutally Tho bartender then helped him out of tho saloon and lie staggered to bis room in a boardinghouse near1 by Thence he was forcibly taken by his assailants and all bruised and bleeding and half unconscious was hanged to a The whole alTair lasted bub a few Passorsby found him and ctt him down soon after the gang had left but life was all but extinct He died soon afterwards Thepolice arrested three of his assailants shortly Two aro still sought by the Tli3 dead mans body was round to bo frightfully mutilated Hishead and body were a contusions and bruises and his chest was black and blue from the kick ing which he had received The men sang a drinking song while pulling the man up into tho tree and cheered when he was left dangling A BATTLE WITH A linGbAH Drcs April battle with a burglar took place at I oclock this Ing at the residence of George B Grimes in East Dos Molncs The thief effected an entrance through a window and went op strilrs Ills movements awakened Mr and Mrs Grimes who slept in a lower room Mr Grimes secured a revolver and pro ceeded to look for tho thief who was dis covered at tho top oCtho stairs Tho couple retreated to their room into which the burglar followed them Mr Grimes fired shots afc him and tho thief fired four times in return putting out Mr Grimess eye and his jaw The was mortally wounded and Mr Grimes is in a critical condition burglar had been out of fcho penitentiary just five weeks HUNTING OUTLAWS DOWN CofcmuiitA N April was great today Mur roll and two condemned mur derers of Yonnee who In September last escaped from tlie snob circumstances that has since been indicted for allowing them to escape were surroundedin their houses today They have boon outlaws and a reward was oilereri for their A search ing party dis covered a cave undCL a stable near Murrolls house It was empty but some quinine capsules were found This Jed to a more minute search A smooth place was ob served upon tho ground leading under tho bouse Oneof the searchers pulled away the straw and someboards and saw a hand with a pistol protruding from tbe hole or cave thus revealed and pointed at his head He was to quick liowevor arid sent a ball through the uplifted hand Assistance came and J Whittield Murroll theoighteen y carold murderer was dragged out The party attacking Carpenters house wore not so successful They searched tho house and were about to enter a hole iu the loft when Mrs Carpenter mother of the murderer planted herself under the opening with a drawn sword inher band and swore that if any attempt was raado to enter the loft there would be bloodshed The pur suers telegraphed Governov to ask if they could burn the house to drive out Car penter and his confederates who they knew worelit tho loft Tlio Governor immedi ately sent a special train with tho High Shoritl1 of tho State and the AdjutantGen eral The first to get Carpenter to surrender if possible and the second to have liim taken by tho troops If necessary The house was sdarchedand the loft found empty It became evident that Carpenter left the house just before the searching party arrived and his mother gave him timo to escape by her clever rose A G A B VETERAN WHIPPED LOUISVILLE April Monday nighttwentyfive inaskedmen took Isaac White from his i farmhouse near Leaven worth to a forest and lashed him with whips till insensible White is an old man and a war veteran His family witnessed tho terrible beating and when the white caps had gone unloosed the bloodsoaked cords and took him home He is in a critical condition The G A K arehim ting the as sailants INFANTICIDE IN MAINE LEWISTON April having been rumored that chil dren had been born at the Lewiston poor farm the oxkeeper ofwhich is now serving a term in the county jail for cruelty to the inmates a search was made yesterday and tho bodies of two infants found buried under tho barn of the institution Searrcb will be made for other bodies said to be buried there EJLMA STABKS CONFESSION CHICAGO April Stark tho ser vant girl under arrest charged with putting poison in tlie food sbe cooked forjji family named Newland which resulted in the death of Mr and Mrs Nowlarid and the dangerous illness of their two children has made a con She says she put rough on rats in the canned corn which cooked for sup per for the purpose of trying its strength not to kill the Newlands been betrayed and wanted toend her THE JENNTE MGABVTE MURDER CHICAGO a white woman was found dead on Garfield boulevard a few weeks ago killed bya blow from a billiard cue and the man thought to bo her was locked Kico Poo Linsoy killed tho police think Rice didthe deed Linssy W Opelkey and George Gibson all colored are also under arrest A REFUGEE ARRESTED WINNIPEG April F Smith who skipped fromNow York in Janu ary last with woman and cashed a bogus check on a bank at Natchez for nas arrested here by a Plukertoii detective Ho will retain to Notches Smith was an employee of tho Banking Company of New York and is to be a defaulter to near this city a year ago were placed on trial today After the robbery no chie could be obtained to the perpetrators Sev eral months later tbe Millers arrested for another crime Charles turned States evidence and confessed that he and his brother committed tbe express robbery bad raped two ttliite women robbed stores and residences and sand bagged pedestrians Tbe cise has been tried from timo to time but to conviction Commodore bad always until now maintained his inno cence but when he learned that Charles had turnedStates evidence and would go free he hastened to confess hiirusclf and told more crimes than Charies hadmade known This caused a sensation in court and the case adjourned until the 12th HE RESEMBLES ElRAUD CITY OF MEXICO April man com ing from Acapulco and registered hero as Baron Paulan was arrested on suspicion of being Eyraud the French murderer whom be resembles He was finally released as there was no positive proof against him However it is tbe general opinion that he is Eyraud Heis still watched BENDER SUSPECTS RELEASED A TERRORIZED COMMUNITY A Sew Jersey County Overrun by Rabid Animals BUSINESS PRACTICALLY SUSPENDED Several Persons Bitten by Mad Dogs Inhabitants Afraid to Ven tiire Out of PasternIn stitute Crowded With Patients YORK April Dis OSWKGO April Griffith and j Francisco Chronicle Sfilos brought here some Thing daughtor of Niles time ago on suspicion of being the notorious Mrs Bender and daughter were released to day on a habeas cutpits writ by Judge Collins Positive affidavits were produced showing that they were in at the time the Bender crimes were committed BONDSHAN WITHDRAWS NEW YORK April Pell of Sixth National Bank fame was surrendered this afternoon by John McDermott one of his bondsmen McDermott refused to say why RUB1S BORttOWSS PARTNER ON TRIAL WAYNESUORO April trial of Eeuben Smith of Lanmr county a partner of the notorious Kube Burrows on it cjiargo oC robbing a mail and express train on the Mobile Ohio began thisiuorn ing A KENTUCKY FRATRICIDE MOTTNT VJSRNON April Snodgrass and his brother Squire met eight miles from liero yesterday and at sight both men began firing killed and Emmet badly wounded A JUG P09TOIPF1CK STBAn CINCINNATI April is great ex citement about the postoulce today It is rumored that there is a big steal amounting to thousands registry denaitmont One of the clerks has mysteriously disap peared Inspector Bean refuses particulars farther than to say the stealing had been going on some timo The amount is not yet known A COLORED BnUTJC DETROIT April Free man a colored coachman became very angry this afternoon because Sidmorc aged fly motherinlaw of his employer locked the on it was an imputation on his honesty he stabbed Mrs Sidmoro in the neck inflicting which will probably be brnte then attempted to criminallyassault tho aged lady lie was arrested AN UNWELCOME SIXTY WOMEN THROWN CilJSEK AND NE A An Exciting1 and Desperate Bd twecn Minors and Hungarian A Creek Full of Petticoats SHAJHOKIN April BIs Chronicle Between fiJty and sixty Hungarian women woro thrown into tho Shamolcin evening by the angry minors at Hickory Kldge and kept thoro until thoroughly sub merged ancl exhausted Many savage straggles occurred between the men and woaien nncl while none wore fatally injured dozens will fed for weeks tlie effects of tho injuries received in tho fight The Hungarians have a peculiar amounting to a religious duty of throwing water on people for two days after Eastor They think it bud luck for a Uirowor to failin an attempt victim with water but if successful both will he At Hickory no matter who would pass along the highway these Hungarians would hurl water at them Enoli M1C American miners have been greetedby buckets of the face as tliey emerged from the mines Fightsoc curred when thoHungarian men throw tho wiilicr but tho miners wore too chivalrous to battlo with women Yesterday tho miners heard of an attempt by tho women to duck Holdeu Chester and William two of the bosses It was1decided on quitting work this evening that if the men were attacked they would duckall the iu tho hamlet sounded at 0 oclock and when the firstfour men gained tho surface they were almost with water from the bucketsof a score The angry minors were a dozen rushed upon the women and draggedthem to tho creek a body ofmen went into every houso in tha hamlet in search of Hungarian women The fight tlat ensued was very the scene was a stirring one In a short time the creek was alive with struggling women while the banks were lined with hundredsof miners and Englishspeaking residents As each woman would climb thQ work man would rush at pickingher up in his arras throw her back into stream Great care was taken that none of the women drowned although quite n number fainted The Hungarian men were notstrong enough to show tight and remained maddened spectators from a distance When theinvasion of the hamlet occurred three of the women armed themselves from house to house shrieking for their sisters to band and drive the men Tmck One of the minors said We would not intentionallyhurt the women for the world but the evil practice must bo stopped In oui estimation the ducking will have its good The Hungarians are enraged over the affair and threaten vengeance TO DISFRANCHISE THE MORMONS s are in a frightful condition in ington county New Jersey Business is practically dend schools are closed and the people aro afraid to go out of doors A baud of twenty or thirty men have been scouring the country for days killing horses dogs and cows supposed to have hydropho bia Bulletins are sent by telegraph from town to town whenever a new mad dog makes his appearance and parties wait on tho outskirts with guns pistols and clubs to catch the dog if he comes in on the road One big St Bernard traveled twenty miles through a very densely populated district dogs and horses before he was killed A largodog started from the village of White House last Thursday and went to FJcraington a distance of ten miles biting dogs horses andseveral children on tho way Tho dog entered a country schoolhouse along the roud the door of which was open and ran up aud tho aisle tho desks where tho children sat but mado no etfort to bite any ono When he reached Fleniington ho bit every dog bo encountered In pnssing through Flemington a Mr ilogan was badly bitten She is tho wife of a employee to whom sho takes lunch ut noon and although warned by her husband aud friends not to go out when there was so much danger sho insisted and while returniug and almost at hftr home she saw this iuimeiiso dog a halfbreed mas till1 coming Tor her She was near a high board fence and thought she might pos sibly climb to the top before the dog could get at her The dog was 1rbthiug terribly at the niouth and for her at full spued She ran for tho fence and was half way up when the dog reached Uo stuckhis teeth deep into her legs and letting go miido a jump and caught her thigh whcrb he firmly hung suspended for a minute the plucky woman still clinging to the fence A purso raised for her aiid sho lias been brought to Uie Pasteur Institute in this city which by tbo way from tho very week of opening hns been worked Lo its full capacity Another mosl sickening case is that of a little girl named Chambers who was returning from school A dog th atthe little thing had boon in the habit of playing with on the way homo wont mad and when the child camo along smil ing and ready for a romp with her playfellow the brute rushed at her threw hoton nearly tho whole side of her cheek The dog seemed not content as mad dogs usually are with a lew savage bites but was mangling the child when the dogrowner by awelldi rected rlllebalJ killed it and it fell at the side of theunconscious childi There is little hope of the girls recovery Duke of Norfolk and the bishop of Clifton have started on a pilgrimage to Palestine It is stated hero that the Harpers are mak ing arrangements to open a publishing house in London as soon as an International copy right bill is passed Gladstones speech yesterday on the Bal four Land Purchase bill fails to satisfy tho Irish party T P OConnors paper tho this afternoon pronounces it disap pointing The moment bas Star thinks when tho leaders of tbe Liberal party should declare clearly and explicitly that the Balfour bill cannot be accepted CHINESE A Pacific Coaster Relates a Nenv England Incident NEW YORK April Dispatch Francisco Chronicle J Goodwin of the Pacific Coasfc has Ijeen spending some time in Now York and bas traveled also through Now England said ho yesterday your Senator Evarts bas presented a petition to Congress from some assemblage of ministers who protest against tbe measures taken to keep the Chinese out of this country The other day I was up in Lowell and I heard that there was to be a Chinese Chris tian supper Tho thing excited my curi osity aud I went to see what it was I was not astonished for I had seen such things before Tlie Chinamen in American or semiAmerican parb each selected his teacher and took up a march for tbo tables the ladies each bearing a largo bouquet When seated there was a long row of Mon golians at tbe table alternating with pretty American girls their teachers How the Chinarncir enjoyed it Chris tians They were no more Christians than they were the day they left tho Flowery Kingdom but they had secured goodlook ing teachers had succeeded in learning English That is really all tha Christianity they care to THE MONTANA DISCUSSION Senator Tellers Strong Argument for the Republican Claimants SHERMANS TERSE PRESENTATION The Democrats Own Report Used Against Propounds a Hard to tlie Naval Bill in the Lower House The Majcstics Quick Passage NKW YORK April 10 The steamer Majestic arrived last night She made the passage from Queens on record Time six days ten hours and thirty minutes A RAWHIDE CYCLONE SENATOJR BILL OF THE INTRODUCES KIGHT SORT A A Bill That Disqualifies All Utah Mormons From Voting Serving on Juries or Hold ing Office railroad machine shops burned tonight a considerable institution TREASURER April Archer vestigating committee made the discovery today that in addition to coupon bonds of the State that Treasurer Archer disposed of lor his own account over iu jegistored bonds are missing 4 AS OF DjuvtAS l AprilA and indicted foi robbing an express oar Texas road WASHINGTON April today introduced a bill amending the Bevised rofereilce to bigamy The bill provides that no person living in is known as plural or celestial marriage or who teaches advises or encourages any per son to enter into polygamy or a any organization which encour ages or anyperson who assists In solemnizing the ceremony of roar riage shall vote a juror 6r be elected hold any office in the Terri tory of Ucah Two Women Proceed to Punish an Aged Scandal Monger Dispatch Francisco Chronicle Schneider a rich old widower living at 170 Stagg street Brooklyn was standing in front of his doorway this evening when he was saluted by a Mrs Koch with Youhave slandered us and you must Mrs Ivoch had a cowhide in her hand As she spoke her companion Mrs Neu drew hide from one of her sleeves and grasped it withvigor Schneider turned pale and edged toward tho door when ho saw the whips but the muscular Mrs Koch caught him by the collar We will thrash tho life you if you do not apologize and tell us who said we wero flirting and sho said Schneider tried to get away and in an instant n rawhidGcame down on Ms face He held up his baricls himself and both lashes were plied with vigor The old man was scared and thowomcn in their eagerness to belabor him rushed against him with such force that he fell to the sidewalk and while lying there he got a beating that ho will remember to Ms dying day There are welts all body The women did not cease whipping him until tho perspira tion bedewed their faces and their arms were tired they said getup and be careful that not cif respectable women Mr Schneider still lay on the sidewalk Get you hear commanded Mrs Koch and as not not arise quickly enough each of them with her little foot that addcrl tothe old gentlemans soreness A crowd had gathered but nobody interfered Ferdinand Wards Affliction Srua SING N April Ward today received advico of the death of his wife at Stamford Conn Ho was greatly affected She has boon a regular visitor to him iu prison Two Correspondents Expelled ROME April correspondent of tlie Paris JVffcro and Greenwald corres pondent of the Frankfurto Zcilung were ex pelled from Italy on tho ground that they sent reports calculated to injure the finan cial oredit of the kingdom THE TIGER IN HIS LAiR A FAMOUS RESORT FOR NEW YORKS HIGHROIXERS A Placo UHiero Wine Suppers Aro Served Gratis and Fabulous Suras Change Seexirltios The Chicago Strikers CHICAGO April carpenters stiike is still on and the men axe confident Tho owners of large buildings nearly com pleted are growing impatient and threaten io put the contiacts into new hands On the strength of this there is a movement among tome of the members of the Master Oarpenteis Association to dissolve that body and to allow its individual members to rnako what terms they see fit Influential tho association however are opposed to tills action w One hundred cigar rollers at the Columbia factory today joined the stukers who went out yesterday Good Cause 1or a Strike LEBANON April of otho Midland railroad went on strike today claiming that their wages vrerti five months in arrears i f An AntiCarlist Riot April arrival of the Carlist loader Marquis Lerraobo at Va lencia today was made the occasion of an antlCarlist demonstration Thousands of antiCarlists met at the station and followed the Marquis to the hotel They smashed many windows andtried to set fire to the hotel when a detachment of troops charged and dispersed the mob Many persons were wounded A mob of 2000 persons invaded the Carlists club and set fire to the furni ture When the firemen came the mob tried to obstruct them Another mob tried to buin a church but were prevented by a de tachment of The troops have failed however to disperse the constantly gather have built two barricades in the streets The military authorities have taken possession of thecity and the whole garrisonis under arms Atmidnight the The troops have made several charges and many persons have been injured andsome orders were given to avoid bloodshed as long as possible Congressman Randall Worse WASHINGTON April contin ues to grow weaker The in sight one can tell how much longer1 be may be able to continuethe struggle for life An hour may witness the last moments or he may prolong them several days He retains strength enough to move about in bed but lifeis how hardly more than a mere exist ence1 Opiates are given him to make him easier and the most of the time he only semiconscious He has not for two weeks been without fever He takes nourishment This eyeningcRandalls strength suffered another depletion andhe is than in the morning Sixteen PersonsPoisoned poison ing of two whole families is reported from Browmng Station Franklin county Six teen persons were poisoned and at latest ac counts twelve were in a precarious condition and not expected to survive William Brown ing shot a Urge wild turkey gobbler and in vited the family of George Haines to dine with him After partaking of the turkey oll were taken il It supposed that the turkey iust before being shotv ate some poisoned meat seC for wolves LONDON GOSSIP NEW YORK April 10 Dispatch Sau Francisco Chronicle Alice JL Freeman Iras brought suit against Miles N Farren and John H McCaull to recover which she claims was lost in the club at SIS Broadway by her husband Walter R Freeman on March She says she gave her husband certain securities to in vest for her in Boston but he converted them into cash and tried to make money at the game played at 818Broadway The re sult was disastrous 818 Broadway is the best known gambling place in New York L the firm of Appleby Johnson bookmakers is the reported backer of the estab lishment Associated with him it is said is Gus Abel wcHknown among the sporting fraternity On the doorplflte the words Central There is hand although report has it that the capitalstock of tho establishment is four times that amount roulette and rouge ijjonte are the games played The piny here is of the highest description and tens of thousands of dollars it is commonly re ported change hands nightly over the green baize iu this modestlooking house It was here that Denmari is said dropped 000 last he vehemently denied the soft impeachment Only regular visitors are admitted but any one who is vouched for by a habitue is permitted to enjoy the advantages of tbe place It is one of the sights of the city tothe country visitors who want to see the tiger in his lair The colored doorkeeper has served in that capacity for years has a remarkable memory for names and faces A splendid supper yith wine is nightly spread For this nothing is charged Cigars though have to be paid for at the rate of one white check 25 cents apiece The extremes of play are 25 cents and Those who call to see what the place looks like usually invest a fivedollar bill which will about for the average supper consumed The reserve fund is kept to back the bank ngainst highrolling players like Ed cott Pat Sheedy and DickTDavis The last two mentioned are noted Tor their long runs of luck and when fortune smiles upon them usually bet the The game at 818is a perfectly square one though here as at other establishments the dealer will turn tho box if luck goes loo hard against the house Minister Jjincolias Return LONDON April San Francisco Chronicle is stated at the legation here that Minister Lincoln will sail for America next month and that his sons remains will be shipped afc the same time for burial in the family vault at Spring field III Pilgrimage to stones Speech Criticised April San1 Francisco CJtronicle English Bomao including tho Explosion at a Foundry BELVIDERE N April the War ren foundry Phillipsburg last evening while the men were running off molten iron an immense ladle was upset and the contents fell on the damp ground causing a terrimo explosion The men were thrown in every direction and three were fright fully burned The English Syndicate Again GLENS FJOLLS April who came from England the local paper mills in the interest of the Eng lish syndicate nave made such a satis factory report that the transfer will be made in a few They will be capital ized at Released NEW YORK April Caloma a banker from Guatemala arrested on a charge of smuggling several thousand dollars worth of watches and jewelry was released by the United States Cocynissioner today Oaloma proved to the satis faction that he was taking the jewelry home for presents Vermonts Democratic Reformers MoNTPEtlER April Demo cratic State Committee at a meeting this evening voted to incorporate in bhe next State platform a specific high license plank Also one favortog ballot reform rev enue CoachrWins Again N Annie Heaslitt Gould tuelate Thomas Gould a woman a graduate ofWells coUegepand a friend of Mrs Grover has run atray and her WASHINGTON April 10 In the among tbe bills reported from committees aud placed on in the calendar were the fol lowing The Senate bill appropriating for tho improvement of the Columbia river Oregon tho expenditures not to exceed in one year The House bill to aid vessels disabled in waters coterminous to tho United States and Canada The Senate bill to revive tlie grade of LJeutenantGeneral of the army Tho President pro ton Ingalls remarked that ho was in error yesterday In allowini a motion to take up tho Chinese Enumeration bill while the Mbutana election case was un disnosed of either by being postponed laid aside informally or other action Then tho chair rules that the Montana case is to proceed until completed President pro Until completed Hall gave notice that ns soou as the Montana matter was disposed ho would ask the Senate to tnkc up and complete the consideration of tho Chinese Enumeration bill The trontiua election case was then and Call addressed the Senate in opposition to the report of the majority of the committee de claring the Hepubhcan claiumrsts Sanders aad Power entitled upon the merits the case to peats in the Semite from Montana At tho conclusion of Culls speech Hoar spoke in support of the majority report Gray replied to Hoiir and then Toller addressed the Senate Ho regarded the question not Irom a partisan point of view but as a question of law on the proper determination of which depended the behavior of tho Senate in the future Tho question was whether Montana should be al lowed to select her owii representatives Tho plain logic of the arguments or tho Democratlo side of the chamber that the right to reako tho selection was reserved to tha Seriate From that he dissented Such would lead to chaos and confusion he said would have been tho condi tion of tho Senate if it had attempted to say for many years past whether tho Legislature of a State in electing Senators did or did not express the will of the people A good many Senators on his side of the chamber including himself thought that certainStates hud not been ropro Rontccl in the Senate according to tho will of tho people He was not insensible to the wrong in llictcd onthe people of those States but ho had not been able to imd any where under the Consti tution authority for tho Senate to determine a Suestiou thai aState had determined for itself e did not know what tho theory of the minority in the Montana case was If their report was to be it was that Clark and Macinnis wera the legal representatives from that State but if their arguments were good for anything at all it J was that nobody had been to the Senate from that State He Teller hvld that the only thing to bo determined was whether the State of Montana had spokon through its Legislature and if it had there was no authority in Senate to reverse that finding or to sftt it aside What he asked was the controversy in the case It was whether or not five men who had set in the Iron Hall Legislature wore cutitlrid to seats in that body If it were not that then there was no controversy at all If they woro was the rightful the joint assembly that elected the xtdpubliean claimants the rightful and only joint asseni bly of the State of Montana But the Senate had said in the Turpie casp that the Legislature ot Indiana had to decide for itself who were en titled to seats in that body Although there might have been the greatest outrages committed in admitting men to seats the Senate held in that cnse that it had no right 01 interference The righting of that wrong was not intrusted to the Senate of the United States but to people ot Indiana There was no legal distinction between tha cases If the Senateshould ever proceed to make itself the investigator of ejections all over the country there would be an end of its usefulness and he submitted to the Senators on the other side that situated as many of them were they could not afford to insist that such power should be exercised by the Senate Whether the returning board ol Montana exer cised its authority properly or not was not a question for the Senate it was a question for tho Legislature of Montana Turpie held that in tho Indiana case lature itself passed judicially upon the contested seats whereas the Legislature of Montana had not passed judicially on the contested seats from Silver Bow county If it had done soy there would have been no dispute in the case Sherman said that he found allthe facts suf ficiently stated in the minority report to control his judgment He read three paragraphs from the minority report and that it was appar ent therefrom that as to the five representatives from Silver Bow county neither set had certifl cates according to the law Senate of Mon tana was a tic and in the Bocise there were twentyfive Republican members and twentyfour Democratic members about whose rights to there was no question There was therefore a Bepublican majority on a Joint ballot or if the contest over SilverBow countyhad come to be decided by the House there was a ma jority on the Republican tbe publoan contestants could have been These sensible facts he thought all the Clements of a just decision m the showed Ihn t the Republican claimants for in the Senate had a majority on a joint ballot and had a majority in the House without any reference to the members from Silver Eow county Edmunds and Enstis had a brief personal tilt based on Edmondss remarks made a couple ot weeks ago Eustis then argued on theMontaHa matter Sherman asked whether the Repub lican members of the House did not constitute a of that body Kirst is admitted that numerically twentyfive were more than twentyfour but added that t did not cpnstHiite a quorum A quorum was He wen tori to relate matters within his turning board ineiisures in his own State and spoke of a legislative body of which he badbeen a member having been enjoined drunken Federal Republican from taking tlie oath of ofllce and of Having taken the oath in defiance of that injunction He also referred to the seat ing of William Pitt Kellogg in toe Senate United said that with that act on the part of the Republican party before his mind there was nothing left toexcite surprise in regard to any contestedejection cases The debate drifted again in the Turpie case and Voorhees spoke on that subject The question having been proposed as to whether forty Senators with unquestioned credentials fortytwo being a quorum could go to work and and ragS upon the ere dentials of tlie other fortytwo whose title questioned Hoar said he won Id like to think over it before undertaking to answer r i That was precisely Kenna said the question that presented itself in the Montana case v Partlnl responses to tha questionwerc made by i several Senators but Blesna said nbneVof them came straight to the Adjourned J April TheHousewent late Committee ot the Whole on tion bill v V Peters moved to strike out the entire clause for an increase of the navy He United States had no need of battleshi and possessed r all the cruisers that it required V vj Cannon said not know ranch about i navy but nevertheless hebegan to suspect o 2 he knewfls experts hod watched our naval progress those ships to obsolete before completion srnalland powerful of vessels that the would jiever be coniflctin ;