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PHOENIX, SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 24-, 1890.
THE DAY IN
Senator Stanford Discusses
His Loan Bill.
An Able and Convincing
Tlio House Still Strnr;liii; With the
JJiver and Harbor Kill Scheme
to Build up Chicago.
Wa&iiinoton, I). C, May 2;). In the
Sonnte to-day the tariff bill was receiv
ed and referred to the committee on
Consideration of tho Naval Appropria
tion bill was resumed and continued
until 2 o'clock, when the silver bill
was taken up. The naval 111 went
This, however, in a few minutes was
laid aside to allow Senator Stanford to
address the Senate on his bill providing
fur loans by the Government on agricul
tural loans, lie said: "Wo can all
well understand tho great advantages to
the people at this time of the loan made
to tho National banks by tho Govern
ment of IK) per cent tion its own se
curities. One hundred thousand dol
lars of Government bonds at -I per cent,
only produce $1000, which, when its
value becomes energized to the extent
of DO per cent (which the Government
advances), its jiosver is increased
to 00 percent. Its activity mayin course
of the year double its value "and pass
from hand to hand manv times, stimu
lating the various industries of the
So, too, this bill will have a corres
ponding energizing effect. Tho money
i.ued under it is not intended to accom
modate farmers alone, but as it comes
into circulation it will put the means of
prosperity within the reach of those
who are engaged in tho smaller nnd
larger industries of the country. This
money when if-sued by the government
becomes automatic. " It will contract
when there is less use for it, and ex
pand when there is greater demand.
Thus disntrous contraction will ceaso
to 1k possible. lie agreed that the rate
of interest propocd, two per cent, is
fixed for good reasons. No farmer
will borrow unless he needs more, and
when lie ceases to have use for it will
return it. Hut this will seldom occur,
for money borrowed of tho government
at 2 per cent, readily finds uso at higher
rates in other interests, and thus the
fanner will bo benefited. Six percent,
interest is a burden that the farmer
cauiiot bear, while owing to activities of
business the merchant finds it a reaon
a'le rate to pay. The value of money
i'cs in its activities. This plan of loan
ing money upon land at 2 per cent, with
the privilege to the liorrosver of return
ing when he has no use for it creates a
moneyed system that will meet financial
expansion and contraction, as they may
occur, without inconvenience to iin'v
one. I'mler its provisions the real estat'e
oi the country, being so vast, there will :
a, ways be a jtossibimy of obtaining the
money necessary to carry on the enter
prists of the country, and when there is
no further use for money the liorrosver
Mop paying interest mid takes up tho
mortgage ujion his farm."
In conclusion tho Senator said: "Tho
lull, while not perfect, provides fairly
well for the machinery to carry out it's
d. '-igns. If adopted, with such amend
ments as shall seem wise to Congress, it
will largely increase tho prosperity
!' the humblest classes of labor nnd as--i-t
the wealthier to success in their en
terprises. The bill provides for what
i perhaps not improperly termed a
resolution in finance, and I do not ex-l-t
it will be adopted until it lias been
iiilly considered by the people and met
with their approval. I move that the
lull he referred to the cominitteo of
The hill svas so ordered. .Mr. Call of
icrcd a resolution calling on the Presi
dent for information as to tho landing of
tin tinned force from tho revenue cutter
at 1 idar Keys, Florida, the forcible en
trs f houses and pursuit of citizens.
On motion of .Mr. Edmunds it svas laid
owr for an executive session. Ad
jotimt'd. Ill the HoUM.
)n motion of Vandevcr, of California,
from the committee on irrigation, a reso
lution svas adopted calling upon tho
S. eretary of War for information rela
tise to the climates of Arizona, Ness'
Mi ieo and parts of the arid region of
' I'nited States.
The House then went into committee
of the whole on the river nnd harlwr
Post, of Illinois, offered an amend
" in appropriating (25,000 for securing
loiitinuous navigable water way be
twicn hake .Michigan nnd the .Missis
"U'P1 river, and a continuation of the
Mines- of the Illinois river.
Ib'iiderMin objected on the ground
'hit the committee had not considered
Viindever, of California said that
j. iiloiisly between Chicago and St. Paul
'id hitherto prevented tho adoption of
!'"H -'mud national project of conneet
"ig the lakes and tho Mississippi river,
project svhieh would certainly be car
ludcuit and eventually place Chicago
't the head of .Mississippi river naviga
tion us well as in command of lake navi-
Hill, of Illinois, explained that the
Ihniupiii Canal project svas entirely
"1'lc pendent of this proposition.
c.itchings, of Mississippi, moved an
Kiiiciidiiicnt, fixing the appropriation
'"r the purpose at $125,000. This was
JKvipted by Post, of Connecticut, but!
1 ' tinire proposition was rejected by
.""hen the paragraph appropriating
.iio,iiihi for tho construction of the llli
""is and Mississippi (Hennepin) Canal,
iis reached, Turner, of Georgia, made
"'i' ioiiit of order that tho Cominitteo
had no jurisdiction over canals.
I ending a decision on this point tho
loiuu.ittce rose, nnd tho Houso took a
icci'ss until evening.
1 he night session was devoted to tho
consideration of privato pensions.
gknkual news notes.
Tho Floating Nons of the National Cap
Hal riikeil nil.
Wasuinotox, May 23. Tho House
Committee on Elections to-day ncted
upon the three pending contested
election cases, and tho result will proba
bly be to increase tho Republican ma
jority in tho Houso by two members.
Thecase.3 decided wero thoso of Langston
vs. Venable, Fourth District of Virginia ;
Miller vs. Elliott, Seventh District of
South Carolina, and Chalmers vs. Mor
gan, Second District of Mississippi. In
tho iirst tss'o cases the committee will
rejiort in favor of seating tho Republican
contestants, Langston nnd Miller, but
in tho Mississippi caso tho report will
1 in favor of tho sitting member,
The Senate today confirmed tho fol
lowing presidential nominations: Reg
isters of land offices Joseph Tracoy,
Hum bolt, California; John F. Shcchan,
Receivers of public moneys Alfred
I). Campbell, Miles City. 'Montana;
Jay R. Sanborn, Cteur d'Alene, Idaho.
William II. Davis, of San Francisco,
supervisor of census, first California
tiik cheiiokee stuii' ti:ouiim:s.
The President having received infor
mation that cattlemen are invading tho
Cherokee strip in violation of the procla
mation, ho lias instructed Gcr.cr.1. Mr
ritt to legally enforce tho provisions of
u in: n a i, consthuction ok lass.
The Inter-StateComnierce Commission
today decided tho tho caso of Letmans
et al., of Humboldt, Kansas, agents for
n trans-continental line, for charging n
higher rate per mile on sugar from San
Francisco to Humboldt than to Kansas
City. The Commission holds that the
lower rate to Kansas City is forced on
tho carriers by competition and that the
rate to Humboldt is not only not un
reasonable, but is losver than it would
be except for the conditions.
McCreary, of Kentucky, today intro
duced a bill in the House to provide for
the surveying of an Inter-Continental
railway to connect North and South
didn't waxt tiik chahleston.
Mr. Carter, tho Hawaiian minister
denies emphatically tho report tele
graphed from Mare Island to the efl'ect
that ho had requested the cruiser
Charleston to bo sent to Honolulu to
prevent a possible trouble on the assem
bling of the Hawaiian legislature.
Wlndosv (iliis Mahiifacturcrg.
PiTThiiuito, May 23. The Western
Window Glass Manufacturing Associa
tion decided to shut down all factories
in this country for the summer on June
21. A combination was also made with
jobbers by which tho prices of glass vl 1 1
bo made uniform in all cities.
Lahor DNturlmnccH Ended.
Pirrsnuito, Mav 22. In tho labor dis
turbances a compromise svas effected
yesterday by which a largo nnmlier of
strikers will return to work. They in
clude Congressman Scott's coal miners
nnd several thousand men employed by
tho National Tube Works.
ViCToniA. 15. C, 23 Tho Duke find
Duchess of Connaught arrived from Yo
kalioma today on the steamer Abys
sinia. They leave for Winniepeg to
UIE M011M0N CASE.
a kkheaimng or it denied hv
It SIioun u Dlxpoidtlnn, However, Not to
Confiscate tho Property If Put To
Washington, D. C May 23. Ex-Sen-ator
McDonald made a motion for a re
hearing of tho Mormon case and to va
cate tho mandate in tho case. Tho
Court refused to allow the latter part of
tho motion. The Court said it was
satisfied that tho conclusions reached
were correct, but with the form of the
decree entered, it would take the mat
ter under advisement until tho next
term. It is understood that tho object
is to ascertain if there is not some
method by which tho money ac
cumulated by tho Church of Latter Day
Saints can bo returned to some source
that will not use the funds for the prop
agation of polygamy, there being n
reluctanco to absolutely confiscate the
Churchmen Will Co Forth To Houso the
Ciiicaoo, May 23. In nn address to
the Baptists' association today, Dr.
Northmp presented this obstacles and
encouragements to foreign mission work,
and closed by stating that the efforts of
Win. Carey and his companions in En
gland had once roused the world on tho
subject of foreign missions. Now ho
called upon 15aptists to rouse tho svorld
again by sending 200 men at onco into
foreign mission work.
The annual report of tho Kxecutivo
cominitteo shosved a very successful
vcar's work. Tho total income svas
$550,527, more than paying tho ex
penses, reducing last year's debt to
Is7!ll2. The increase in missions during
the year shosved fifty-two missionaries
and forty-live churches, gaining 3980
members. Row Dr. Northmp was re
A Fnther'H Awful Deed.
Hamilton, 0., May 23. Patrick Mal
loy shot and killed his son George, aged
25, and then shot himself dead today.
They had boon quatreling over some in
Senator Fair Robbed by
An Oakland Lady Relieved
of Her Diamonds.
A Child Dies of a Tarantula Bito
Woman Burned to Death at Vi-
snlia Clark's Time Fixed.
Sacramento, May 23. A detective
arrived from San Francisco last night
with seventeen bench svarrants for tho
arrest of II. J. Palmer, issued on indict
ments charging him, while superinten
dent of Senator Fair's ranch, in Yolo
county, with having forged the names
of seventeen men to receipts for money
alleged to have been pnid out for work
done on tho ranch. Palmer surrendered
today and gave bonds amounting to
San Fiiancisco, May 23. Last even
ing Mrs. T. S. Chapman, tho wife of a
wealthy infning man residing in Oak
land, attended the commencement ex
ercises of Snell's Seminary, her daughter
being one of the graduates. As the
Chapman residence had been entered
by burglars some weeks before. Mrs.
Chapman placed her diamonds, valued
at some $7000, in her dress pocket. At
the close of the exercises she discovered
that the diamonds were missing. The
police were at once notified, but as yet,
have no clue.
Died of a Tarantula lllte.
Placeiiville, Cnl., May 23. A little
girl three years old, tho child of Mr. and
Mrs. Langdon, was bitten by a taran
tula last Monday evening. During tho
night the child complained of pains, had
chills and vomited considerably. A
physician was summoned next morning,
but was too late to save the child and she
died that afternoon.
Iturneil to Dentil.
Vikalia, Cal., May 23. Yesterday,
while Mrs. J. P. Hasvley, living near
Dudley, in this county, svas absent
from home for a short time, the house
caught fire and was burned down. She
had left her three small chtldren on the
bed asleep. One daughter, 0 years old.
was burned to death and another child
is not expected to live.
1U Death Warrant.
San Fiiancisco, May 23. The death
warrant of Charles E. Clark, the mur
derer of Captain Duncan Logan, svas
delivered to the Sheriff today. The
execution svill occur July 11.
San Fiiancisco, May 23. Harrry W.
Sabin to-day petitioned tho Supremo
Court for lettets of administration upon
the estate of George Sabin, United States
District Court Judge, who died on tho
th inst. The value of the estate is.
flixed at $1500. It is bequcthed to
the petitioner, who is tho brother of
Iliry Decide the Killing of Ilerr to Hart)
San Fiiancisco, May 23. Counsel for
tho defense in tho trial of John F.
Naughton for the murder of Marcus M.
Ilerr, announced today that the defense
would mnke no argument as they were
satisfied to give the caso at onco fo the
jury. Judge Finn said that ho would
limit argument to two hours on each
side. The special counsel for prosecu
tion than began his argument, the
caso was submited nnd the jury re
turned a verdict of acquittal.
Admitting the Heathen Again.
Poktlanij, May 23. Judgo Deady, in
the United States Circuit Court, today
permitted tho landing of Mei "Wong
Ham, wife of a Chinese merchant, and
daughter, "who were detained on a ship
from China a fosv days ago. Tho Court
stated that the law permit? the mer
chant to bring his family, servants and
all persons constituting his household.
Iteld'H Murder Trial.
Meadland, Cnl., May 23. Tho testi
mony in the trial of L. P. Itcid, for the
murder of Frank McNeil, last October,
is all in nnd tho argument svill conclude
and the case will go to the jury on Sat
urday. Tho killing svas tho result of n
quarrel over a dice game.
THE SMAlLl'OX SCAltE.
Tho Contagion .Said To Do Spreading 111
Sackamento. May 23. Dr. G. G.
Tyrell, Secretary of the State Board of
Health, lias annotated Mr. Hcrricl:. of
San Francisco, Smallpox Inspector and
he will leave immediately for the South.
It lias been ascertained thnt there are
200 or more cases of smnllnox between
El Paso nnd Doming and 250 nt Las
Died from (lass Inhalation.
Benicia, May23. William Hnninlton,
n member ol she oruninanco uepart-
ment,ss-as accidently suflbcntedthis morn
ing in a malt house by inhaling gas
from n gasoleno stove. He osvns a
ranch near Calistoga, nnd was well ofl".
WANT TIIK COAST LINE.
All Itoads California Lead to Sail l'riin-
Santa Baiuiaha, May 23. At a meet
ing of citizens today, Hon. Ellsvood
Cooper was commissioned to communi
cate with proper parties in Los Angeles.
Ventura, San Luis, Obispo, Monterey,
Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, San Mateo,
Alameda and San Francisco counties for
tho appointment of five persons from
each to meet at San Jose on Juno 25 to
meet a committee from Santa Barbara
county to hold a convention to mature
some plan for the speedy completion of
tho coast line of railway from Los
Angeles to San Francisco. Tho follow
ing delegates from Santa Barbara county
were selected: Hon. Elsvood Cooper,
Hon. O. Biildle, J. J. Perkins E. W.
Is'ison and M. J. Nicholson.
PKESIDENT 8 PAULDING
Ciiicago, May 23. President Spauld
ing of the Chicago League club, expressed
himself on the base ball situation again
today to a local paper. He dwelt on
the poor attendance at the games so far,
and sees no salvation for base ball ex
cept the withdrawal of all of the Player's
Lcaguo teams from tho field. The
League, lie says, is gojng to stick to tho
fight uncompromisingly and without
quarter. If the Player's League lasts
that 'the - average" a
League game so far exceeds that at thoso t
of tho Brotherhood. He predicts that if
it should rain at tho base ball points on
Decoration day the Player's Lcaguo svill
have hard work pulling through June.
Ho figures that tho monicd men who
went into tho scheme without knowing
what they were backing will have had
enough of the sport io last them for
life unless they recover some losses on
Decoration Day. Should it not rain on
that day, Spaulding thinks that a storm
on the 4th of July won Id lie disastrous.
Should it rain on either day and the at
tendance remain as at present, lie pre
dicts that the Player's League will never
open a second season.
PuiLAiiELi'iiiA, May 23. Anson's
Colt's defeated the Phillies again this
afternoon in a stnblorn ten-inning
game. The victory went to tho visitors
by reason of their better all around
Chicago J00102100 8
Philadelphia. ...000304010 2-10
Hlti-Chlcago 17, Philadelphia 11.
Krrors-ChlruKO h, l'lillinlelplilu G.
Ilatteric Hutchlsou and Kltlrldge, Vlckey
Hatted Hint Hani.
New York, May 23. The Local
League team found Schmidt easy work
this afternoon nnd batted him hard.
New York 0 0211641 2-17
1'itUhurs 0 0 I 0 0 0 .1 0 310
Its- New York, 19; Plttftuurg, 11.
Errors New York, 3; rittiuurg, 10.
Ilattcries Welch and Murphy, Schmidt and
Tho WlnnerH In the Diamond Confetti tif
Boston, May 23. The Brotherhood
game this afternoon was marked by
sharp fielding on the part of the home
team, nnd some poor work by the
lloton 0 2 0 0 0 1 t l o 8
Pittsburg 1 0200000 03
Hits llootonO, I'ltthburg 8.
Krrorb llovton 2, Pittsburg 6.
ilattcries Kodbourne ami Kelly, Gnhln nml
Umpires Knight and Jones.
Philadelphia, May 23. "Jersey"
Bakely proved an inigma to the Phila
delphia Brotherhood team this after
noon, while Cunningham's delivery just
suited the Zlcveland men. Scare:
Philadelphia .. ..100000
Cleveland .. ..012010
I (its Philadelphia 7, Cleveland 1 1.
Errors Philadelphia 3, Cleveland I.
Duttejics Zunninghamund Milllgan, Uakely
Umpires Matthcsvs ami Gunning.
A Short Game.
Brooklyn, May 23. The Brotherhood
game svas called at the end of tho sixth
inning on account of rain. The BufTalos
svero outplayed at every point. Scoic:
Ilrooklyn 0 0 3 0 2 1 f.
Uuflalo 0 1 0 1 0 0 2
Hits Ilrooklyn 10, Iluflklo G.
Krrors Ilrooklyn 2, llufliilo 1.
Ilattcries Wynlng and Kinslow, Krock and
Umpire Holbcrt andFcrguson.
The Giants ns Jumpers.
New Yonic, May 23. The Giants
jumped all o-er tho Chicago Brother
hood club again today, and the Windy
City boys wont to earth. Score :
Nesv York ... . 3 1 0 1 1 2 R 1-23
Chicago 2 1 1 1 0 0 1 2 1-9
Hits New York 3.1, Chicago !.
terrors New York 7. Chicago 12.
Ilattcries O'Uay and Kwlng, Dsvycr and
Umpires Galrncy and names.
Philadelphia, May 23. In the first
game today tho Athletics scored one
and Toledo 4. In the second, Atheletics
one ; Toledo six.
Brooklyn 4; Lousvillo 2.
Rochester 4 ; St. Louis 5.
Syracuse nothing; Columbus 4.
1'actflc Coast League.
Oakland, May 23. San Francisco 5;
Sacramento 15( Stockton 13.
Batteries Sanders and Cools, Iladderlck and
Brooklyn May 23. Terry was poorly
supported by the local league team to
day, and the Cincinnatis won. Score:
Iliooklyn 1 100000002
Cincinnati 2 0 2 0 0 0 111-7
llits.Brookly 5; Cincinnati 11. Errors,
Brooklyn 5; Cincinnati 1. Battcrier,
Terry and Daly, Vina ami Kenan. Um
T BY A
Western Pennsylvania Yis-
by a Storm.
Lightning Adds Color to the
Numbers of Persons Killed, the Rail
road Impeded by Washed out
PiTTsnuito, May 23. A severe rain
and electric storm passed over a large
section of Pennsylvania this evening,
doing great damage to property and re
sulting in the loss of several lives.
In East Lilierty, and east of this city,
houses were blown down, trees up
rooted and Binnll buildings demolished.
A house on Black Ilorso hill, occupied
by John Miller, ssas lifted bodily from
its foundation and blown a considerable
The family escaped with
slight bruises. At least a score of houses
in tho vicinity were unroofed. A largo
tin r .,&i"tfl'Q?'HLVlL,Stfifil'Wii
Targe as svali
wliile ffio rain poured
down in sheets for half an hour. Light-
ning struck several buildings nnd con
sidcrablc damage svas done. The great
est injury svas done by water, which
came down White's Hollow in a stream
75 feet wide. The water svas 5 feet deep
on Fifth avenue, and a number of
houses, belosv grade were submerged.
d.smagi; AT OltEENSIIUIta.
At Grcensburg Win. Try, a gardener
nt St. Joseph's Academy, was killed by
The heavy rains caused great damage
in the loss' lands in this vicinity.
Lightning struck a number of fine
buildings, doing damage in cs'cry in
stance. Near Washington, Pa., lightning struck
the derrick on the Miller farm, shatter
ing it and killing Win. Tunnan nnd seri
ously injuring Win. Gates nnd stunning
In Fayette County the rain fall was
extensive and did much damage to the
railroad. A heavy land-slide occurred
at Oakland, and ns it svas clearing asvay
a still heavier one came down, blocking
The flood in Mountz Creek carried
asvay many buildings.
SVIIEKLINO ALSO SWEPT.
At Wheeling, W. Va., two and one
half inches of rain fell in twenty minutes
deluging the streets and flooding a num
ber of business houses.
There are apprehensions of a big rise in
the river in Pittsburg. The heasy rain
is likely to ssvell the ris'ers to flood pr
oportions. A special from Erie, Pa., says: "The
long continuous rains have causcda
great deal of trouble on the railroads in
this section of the state and today there
were many washouts. A west Ixmnd
freight train went through n bridge
near Clayton. Three trainmen sverc
severely injured and twenty-fivo cars
went down into the flood.
The New Confirmed Ity Wny of Cleve
Cleveland, Ohio, May 23. A rain
storm much of the nature of a cloud
burst sssept over Northwestern Pennsyl
vania this morning, doing great damage.
At Corry the streets svero converted into
ris'ers in some places two feet deep,
tearing up sesvers and washing out
roads. The railroad yards are complete
ly inundated and merchants also sus
tained heavy losses. The valley from
Corry to Irvington, a distance of twenty
miles, is a complete lake of svater from
one to three miles in width. The loss
svill probably reach $100,000 or more.
layton station slide.
At Layton Station an immense
amount of mud, rock and trees, came
dosvn on the Baltimore and Ohio tracks.
The rain there amounted almost to a
cloud-burst. At Scottdale the storm
svas particularly destructive. Cellars
aloni'sido the principal streets were
nearly filled svith svater and goods in
the stores saturated. The creek is rising
steadily and the safety of bridges be
tween Scottdale and 1-tur Chance arc
A despatch from Oil City, Pa., says a
heavy rain has been falling almost
steadily since last midnight, raising the
water in the river and creek to the
highest point since '83. On account of
washouts there are no communications
svith Buffalo nor Warren. The ground
floors of the losver portion of the town
The public highways in the surround
ing country nrc nearly impassable.
At Meadville the lightning struck
several buildings. Scs'cral streets ssxre
Hooded and excessive damage resulted
in the losver portion of the city, from
the rapid rising of French creek. Three
bridges, the slaughter house and nu
merous small buildings and sidess-alks
svero swept asvay. Reports from all
directions indicate tliat the damage in
this vicinity is very heavy. The rail
roads also suffered from washouts.
AVholo Family Killed.
Alliance, Ohio, May 23. George Pat
terson, svife nnd tss-o children, of Salin
crvillc, svero killed by lightning while
standing under a tree during a storm
THE CHICAGO STItlKE.
Union Carpenter are Keeping Up
Ciiicaoo, May 23. The carpenters'
strike still remains unsettled, so far as
the union carpenters are concerned.
The Old Masters' Association still re
fuses to have anything to do with the
union nnd is employing non-union men.
Tho union is sending out warnings to
carpenters throughout the country
against what they call misleading ad
vertisements of the Masters' Association
which are flooding the city with carpen
ters from outside points. Tho union
says there is no scarcity of workmen
here, and that it has been obliged to
send back to their homes many men. It
is estimated that at least 1000 Junion
carpenters in this city are still out of
Another Cashier Gono Wrong,
Oswego, N. Y., May 23. The Oswego
national bank closed today. Cashier
C. A. Thompson is chnrged by C. II.
Piatt, President of the Public Grain and
Stock Exchange, while acting in concert
with James F. Dee, -with defrauding the
Excbnnge of $30,000. The susinsion
is reported due to the late developments
iti the "big four" collapse. Directors
of tho bank say the deposits amounted
to $52,000 only. Cashier Thompson,
who is out of town, svas also treasurer
of Tioga county.
Svdney, Mny 23. A sculling match
has been arranged between Kemp and
McLean, to take place in July.
A Tree Press.
Paris, May 23. Tho Chamber of
Deputies to-day rejected the press of
fenses bill passed by the Senate.
wu rttof nd 'ltiilecmr-dftf!
Manning, of tho same regiment.
KNGLAN'D DON'T AVANT IT.
Stanley's Territory Is Likely to go
London, May 23. The Marquis of
Salesbury, speaking at the banquet of
the Merchant Tailor Guild tonight, re
ferred cantcringly to Stanley's utterance
regarding England's African policy.
He warned his hcrears against supposing
that the illustrious trascller's state
ments revealed the secrets of the govern
ment policy and saying nothing had
been surrendered because no agreement
had been arrived at yet. In conclusion
he said : "The ncnuistion of the magni
ficent territory which Stanley lias re
vealed must be viewed from the point of
prudence as well as that of Iwldness.
After our experience at Khartoum.
gra-e reflection and the full assent of
parlunent and the country are necessary
before committing ourscls'cs to the de
fense of a territory that is only accessible
to the sea after months of travel."
THE ACQUISITION FOltMALLY AN
NOUNCED 1IY CIKCULAK.
The Details of the Transfer Fully Given
and the Necessity for the Deal Ex
plained by the Chairman of Committee.
Boston, May 23. A circular s-as is
sued by George C. Magoun, chairman of
the Atchison, Topeka &. Santa Fe Rail
road Company directory, formally an
nouncing to the stock holders the ac
qtiinnent of the St. Louis and San Fran
cisco railroad. The advantages of the
combination as to the far south-west
freigltt traffic is dwelt upon.
The first preferred stock is not dis
turbed and holders of preferred stock
are given one and three-eights shares of
Atchison stock for one share of St
Louis and San Francisco and the holders
of the common stock three quar
ters of a share gets one share of At
The Atchison lias issued $27,000,000
new stock, out of svhieh, $20,285,175 will
be delivered for 'Ftisco stock nnd equi
ties. The nesv acquisition makes the Atchi
son mileage 8,000 and increases the
capital stock per mile from $10,510 to
Suloon Men Mugt Go.
St. Louis,May 23. Dramshop keepers
have been notified to leave the Grand
Lodge of the Odd Fellows of Missouri.
When a vote ss'as taken to-day on the
question of expelling the saloon men, it
was found that there sverc thirty-eight
in fas'or of doing so and tsventy-live
ngainst. Many German saloon keepers
in St. Iritis are leading lights in the
order and the man may be contested in
the courts. It is said thnt the Grand
Lodge decided that saloon keepers sverc
inellisriblc under a provision in the
constitution excluding those not having
a reputable means of support.
Fiianklin, Pa., May 23. Miller &
Sibley sold to-day to Schmulbach &
Parker, of Wheeling, the yeailing colt
Gold Coast, by Electioneer, out of Edith
Carr, by Clark Chief. This colt is a full
brother to Campbell's Electioneer, three
vear old ; record, 2 :22.. The same part
ies also bought the yearling colt Golden
Slope, by Electioneer, dam Addie. The
price for the pair svas $12,000.
An Outrageous Murder ly an Innane
Chicago, May 23. Rev. Dr. S. M.
Barrett, of St. Stephens Roman Catho
lic church, svas shot and fatally svound
ed tonight at the threshold of his resi
deuce. He svas accosted ly a young
man svho professed to be
in a dyintr condition from heart trouble.
The priest gas'e the man directions to
help nim physically, anil svas consider
ing Hie liiuuer 01 tiuruu.ii uimMmiiiuu
when the fellosv drew a revolver and
shot him in the breast. He ss-as arrested.
He is apparently insane. He gas'e the
name ot Cody. "Father Barrett lias been
the pastor of St. Stephens for twenty
1 V V V
A Baltic That Required
Sacrifices two Teeth in the
Graphic Report of the Fight By
Rounds An Interesting Bat
tic Well Described.
San Fiiancisco, May 23. The fight to
a finish between Joe Ellengsss'ortb, of
Los Angeles, nnd Denny Kelliher, of
Boston, for a purse of $1,000, took place
nt the Golden Gate Athletic Club to
night. Kelliher's weight was announced at
1504, and Ellingssvorth's at 153.
Ellingsss'orth's seconds ss'erc Martin
Murphy and Charley Glcason. Billy
Shannon and Denny Needham seconded
Kelliher. Patsy Hogan ss'as referee.
Time s-as called at 9 :53.
.twrferWa'tfufcfJifiile Kelliher held
himself in reserve. A little before the
round closed he LltvMaa.rigkf45hjUMl.
uiosv on one oi jv
In the third
Joe to the ropi
heavily. lie s'
left several times, but made no returns.
In tho fourth Ellingsss'orth continued
trying for Kelliher's ribs, and after
several stops landed lightly on the jass
and later more heavily on the ribs. The
round closed in Ellingssvorth's fas'or.
Kelliher continued to employ svaiting
tactics in the next three rounds and al
losved Ellingsss'orth to do nearly all the
leading. Ellingssvorth readied Kelliher's
Jaw with ses'cral straight left hand
In the eighth Kelliher sss'ung his
right tsvice but landed short.
In the ninth round Kelliher svas
driven round the ring and Ellingsss'orth
landed a number of hnrd bloss-s on his
ribs nnd over the heart. Kelliher
reached his opponent's ear, but missed
a good chance for an upper cut.
In the tenth round Kelliher made a
savage upiicr cut with his right, which
scraped Ellingssvorth's ribs, but he re
countered n blosv in the wind in return.
During the next fesv rounds Ellings
worth continued to pound Kelliher in
the ribs nnd stomach, the latter mak
ing light returns.
In the sixteenth Ellingsss'orth used
lioth hands on Kelliher's month drawing
In the f-es'cnteenth round Kelliher
landed a right bander on Ellingsss'orth's
left ribs, svhieh was the only good blosv
in this round.
The next seven rounds were unevent
ful. Ir. tho tsventyfifth Kelliher suddenly
roused himselt and planted a right
hnndcr on Ellingssvorth's ear. The lat
ter retaliated svith a drive on his op
No very lively fighting in the next
fesv rounils. Ellingsssortli continued to
jab his opponent, but took care that
Kelliher should not be given a chnnce
to deliver a knock-out blow.
Ellingsss'orth pounded Kelliher hard
in the thirty-first and thirty-third
In the thirty-fifth Ellingsss'orth forced
him into his corner and knocked out
tsvo of Kelliher's teeth. Ellingssvorth'a
jabs ss'erc commencing to tell.
He continued to force the Hjrht in tho
thirty-seventh round and landed svith
right" and left on Kelliher's wind,
hut received a hard dris'e in the neck in
Kelliher svas knocked through tho
ropes in the forty-third, round, but re
covered. He was also sent sprasvling on the
floor in the forty-sixth, and svas again
knocked doss-n in the forty-ninth.
In the fiftieth round Ellingsss'orth
sent him to the floor three times. The
last time he was unable to rise, and
Ellingsssortli svas declared the victor.
It svas after 1 o'clock when the fight
KEM.MLKlt MUST DIE.
Will Have to Suhmit to Death by
Washington, May 23. Tho United
States Supreme Court denied Jthc appli
cation for a writ of error in the case of
Kemmler, now under sentence of death
by electricity. The Court held that tho
change in the form of inflicting the
death penalty ss-as within the legitimate
sphere of the legislative posv.er of a State
Legislature. The State of Nesv York
determined that it did not inflict a cruel
or unusual punishment nnd its courts
have sustained that determination.
"This Court cannot see that a person
lias been deprived )f due process of lasv
in order to reverse the judgment. The
Court should be compelled to hold that
the Nesv York Court of Appeals had
committed error so gross as to deprive
theprisoncrof some constitutional right,
and the Court lias no hesitation in say
ing that it cannot do thia in the present
The case svill next come up before the
United States Circuit court, Judge Wal
lace, svho made an order to operate as a
stay until the Supreme court could pass
upon the questions involved. This or
der svas issued svith the understanding
tiint counsel would immediately apply
to the Supreme court for a svnt of
habeas corpus, their application for
which writ svas thrown out, but they
s-ent a hearing on application for a svnt
of error, and it svas this application
which svas to-day denied. It is there
fore supposed that Judge Wallace, when
the order becomes returnable on the
third Monday in June, next, svill vacate
it, that being practically the under
standing upon ssiiich the order was
loiiiiwi sLl lmrswoith's