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VOL VNO 3 SALT LAKE CITY
UTAH THURSDAY MARCH 3 1887 FIVE DENTS
WANTS OF THE PEOPLE
V
Wants For Sale For Rent Help Wanted etc in
4 this Department four lines or less 25c Jlrft
infcrtion for each subsequent insertion 15c
MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY TO LOAN ON WATCHES DIA
lvi monds Jewelry Pistols Etc at C E
Pomcroys Loan Office 153 Main street
MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE IN
INL sums to suit C E Pomeroy Real Estate
4 Agent 153 Main street
AGENTS ETC
AIT ANTED GOOD INSURANCE SOLICITOR
1 I j at once Address Box 256 Salt Lake City
YT ANTED IN ALL PARTS OF THE ROCKY
T r I Mountains Good Agents by the Home
Accident Association The Home is the Pioneer
Accident Association in the West and issues
all kinds of Policies up to J500000 Death Bene
fits and 2500 weeklylndemnity Over flOOOOO
paid in losses Wm Glasmauu General Agent
Halt Lake City
MISCELLANEOUS
BOARD AND LODGING U A WEEK BOARD
JL > J3 a week at 66 East First North
PiLE DEWING BROS PIANOS PART1K
JL desirous of purchasing Pianos would d
well to call upon F L Tripp agent for Dewing
I Bros Upright Grand Pianos before purchasing
Isewhere Office 29 E First South St
TEW MILCH COWS CONSTANTLY ON
j > hand and for sale Inquire of E H Par
Sons or at Pratt < fe Beebes I
BUSINESS OARDS
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DR C w NUNN v SENGLISH VETERI I
A nary Surgeou Diseases of Horses and Cat
tle skillfully treated Lameness located and
treated Hordes teeth operated upon Gives
perfect digestion that means health Thirty
I years practical experience and understands
1 ids business thoroughly Day patrons can
call up any hour of the night Telephone 358
All veterinary medicine kept on hand Vet
4 erinary Pharmacy 71 W First South street
tfalt Lake City
LADIES AND GENTLEMENS GARMENTS
Li Dyed Cleaned and Repaired in the best
possible manner Troy Steam Dys Works 142
Main street
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I KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
D 1ALANTIIE LODGE NO5 K OF PREG
er I J ular conventions every Monday at Castle
p I Hull Walker Opera House at 730 p m
Visiting Knights madewelcome
t E J KING C C
L C SNEDAKER K of R and S
ns ODD FELLOWS LODGES
f TAll I LODGE NO1 lCo O F MEETS
to UTAH Thursday at 800 p m In Odd Fel
lows Hall Union Block Salt Lake City Odd
Fellows In good standing are invited to attend
PARKER NORTON N G
J J THOMAS Secretary
ALT LAKE LODGE NO 2 I O O F
8 Meets every Friday at 730 p m in Odd
Fellows Hall Union Block Odd Fellows in
Kond standing are invited to attend
OSCAR KLETTING N G
c C V A SGHNELL Secretary
I t ORIAN LODGE NO 3J I O 0 FMEETS
I JORDAN Monday at 800 p m in Odd Fel
I lows Hall Union Block Odd Fehows in good
J tramiiug are invited to attend
t GEO WINSNASS N G
H F EVANS Secretary
OID0ELY LODGE NO9 I O O FMEETS
fl every Wednesday at 730 p m in Odd Fel
lows Hall Union Block Visiting brothers
made welcome C MORETON N G
W M CLARK Secretary
I1 PROFESSIONAL CARDS
i p EO THACKRAH
i A oooUntan1
IS 3 Halt Lake City Utah P O Box 694
I A 1 CHAPMAN J L WHYTOCK DDS
I t MIAPMAN Jot WHYTOCK
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i Con1ists
I Vudker Opera House Anesthetics admlnis
I I j ered
Telephone in office
I B KEYSOR
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Dontls1
Herald Building opposite Continental Hotel
West Temple Street
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
l C NICHOLS
I J
t I i IDoxxtifST
1 O KF1CE Opposite the Walker House
I t TTR A S BOWER
O Boe
3 I Rooms I 2 Central Block
Next to Walker Opera House
Telephone No 203
ASSAYERS
f TICKER
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t J I
I Assayer
Under McOornicks Bank Main Street
1 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH
M KKEDEMEYKR DR PIII
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i Dlli7i1int EDfInoor
U s Surveyor and Assayer
HOOPER ELDKEDQE BLOCK
Room 11 Third Floor P O Box 1157
get U i EMBROKE I
SOOKS
I sTApNEI i
9 SENATE SALOON
No 222 S Main Street
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lent
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BARNEY HARVEY PROPRIETOR
Tnt CHOICEST
Liquors Wines and Cigars
E EWENCED BARKEEPERS AND POLITE I
attendance
II Private Drinking and Smoking Rooms
CIaUI SOil oon he modern appointment of First > I
J HENRY F CLARK i
y 8 I
yest I J
est J Fashionable Tailor
0 23 IE Pirst SoUth Sot
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A Fine Assortment of New Spring II
I Goods Just Received
0 I
I THE NAVAL BILL
I
I It Passes With Its Numerous
Provisions for Attack
and Defense
The Pacific Railway Inquiry lUll
Goes to the President The Bridge
in Honor Grant and Lincoln
The Salaries of Judges of the Unite < <
States District CourtsFIrst
Cousins Barred Out
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The House
WASHINGTON March 3 Blount of
Georgia presented a conference report on
the Postolfice Appropriation bill announo
ing the inability of the oonferees to agree I
on a bill He moved that the House in
sist on its disagreement and ask a further
conference Agreed toyeas 138 nays 107
Crisp of Georgie submitted the con
ference report on the joint resolution now
a bill for the investigation of the ac
counts of the Pacific railroads and it was
agreed to
Trigg of Virginia submitted a confer
ence report on the bill compensating Albert
H Emery for the construction of an iron
and steel testing machine for the United
States The bill as it passed the Senate
appropriated 200000 This sum the House
reduced to 63000 The conference report
fixes the sum at 100000 The conference
report was adopted yeas 137 nays 98
EVENING SESSION
After the recess Mr Hatch of Missouri
presented the conference report on the
Agricultural Appropriation bill There
were two important amendments placed
upon the bill as reported by the Conference
Committee one appropriating 50000 to
enable the Commissioner of Agriculture to
continue to experiment in the manufacture
of sugar from sorghum and sugar cane and
the other increasing from 100000 to 500
000 the appropriation for carrying out the
3rovisions of the act establishing the
Uurean of Animal Industry authorizing
the Commissioner to use any part of this
sum deemed necessary to prevent the spread
of pleuropneuinonia and in the purchase
and destruction of diseased or exposed ani
mals whenever his judgment is essential
to prevent the spread of pleuropnenmonia
from one State into another There was
much opposition to both of those amend
ments but the conference report was agreed
toyeas 147 nays 43
Mr Belmont of New Yorkt presented a
conference report on the Diplomatic and
Consular Appropriation bill The report
was agreed to
A score of members rushed into the space
in front of the Clerks desk and waving their
bills wildly in the air vociferously claimed
recognition The uproar was great and for
a time business had to be suspended
Mr Barksdale of Mississippi was finally
successful and under a suspension of the
rules he secured the passage of the bill for
the printing of the report of the Commission
of Labor
A CONGLOMERATE DILL
Mr Dingley of Maine moved to suspend
the rules and pass the Senate bill with the
substitute therefor to secure statistics ajid
to protect the vessels of the United States
engaged in the fisheries to provide for the
taking of testimony relative to the injuries
inflicted by the British on citizens of the
United States engaged in the fisheries and
o amend the shipping act of June 19 1886
The substitute is composed of the substance
of several bills pending in the House and
was characterized by Mr Buchanan of New
Jersey as a conglomerate mass of hetero
geneous incongruities
The motion to suspend the rules was lost
Randall of Pennsylvania submitted a
conference report on the Sundry Civil Appropriation
ropriation bill In their statement accom
mnying the report the conferees say that
ho Senate made 292 amendments increas
ng the aggregate appropriation 4048647
over the amount of the bill that passed the
House Of this sum the Senate conferees
have yielded 1693216 The bill as it
passed the Senate aggregated 23792049
The House when it considered the Senate
amendments added the bill 195648 and
in conference 12000 was yielded being for
the public building at Portsmouth Ohio
and 100000 was added on account of the
public buildings at Augusta Ga and Chat
tanooga Tenn The bill therefore as
a eed upon in conference aggregated 22
382490 being 2623 078 in excess of the bill
s it passed the House and 279819 less
than the law for the current year and
9158371 less than the estimates The
coast survey is left as was last year the
House provision for reorganization being
stricken out
The report was agreed to without dis
oussion
The Senate amendments to the Naval Ap
ropriation bill were nonconcurred in and
JeBsrs Herbert Sayers and Thomas of
Illinois were appointed conferees
A number of joint resolutions were passed
for printing various public documents
The Senate
The Senate proceeded to the consideration
tion of theNaval Appropriation bill
An amendment was inserted in the item
for the Bureau of Steam Engineering providing
viding that no part of the appropriation
shall be applied to replace engines and ma
chinery of wooden ships where the stated
cost of repairs shall exceed twenty per cent
of the cost of new engines and machinery
of the same character and power
Under the head of increase of the navy
the committee recommends striking out the
House provisions for two swift double
bottomed steel cruisers and for four gun
boats and to cost exclusive of armament
not more than 4950000 and the substitu
tion of two new sections providing six pro
tected steel cruisers with a speed not less
than twenty knots to cost exclusive of
armament not more than 9000000 and
appropriating that amount also appropriat
ing for the armament of such vessels 2
880000 also appropriating 6000000 for
heavily armored vessels or floating batteries
or rams for coast and harbor defense also
appropriating 720000 for a lightdraft
gunboat also appropriating 600000 for
torpedo boats and 600000 for torpedoes
and 1800000 for the armament of these
vessels
Gray questioned the policy of the provi
sion requiring one of the six steel cruisers
to be built on or near the coast of the
Pacific ocean and two of them on or near
the ooase of the Gulf of Mexico This was
only trammeling the Secretary of the Navy
and interfering with the general objects
proposed He was in favor of the accom
plishment of what the section proposed
namely the erection of six swift available
and efficient cruisers and therefore he I I
moved to strike out that provision I
Hale who has charge of the bill stated I I
that when the ten cruiser bill was up some
ion had been
weeks ago a similar provision
adopted after a full discussion on the mo
tion of the Senator from Alabama Morgan
He had believed then and believed now
that one or two of these vessels could be
built and built speedily thePaoifio Coast
Appropriations had embodied
Committee on
The
these features in this amendment
bodied the proportionate number as the I I
taking and instead
whole number had been out down m
stead of giving two to the Pacific Coast had
and instead of ravine three to the
given Gulf of one Mexico had given two leaving three
Atlantic Coast
to the
modified his motion so as to make
the Gray clause read that if it shall appear to > the
President that the vessels cannot be con
I structed at a fair cost on the Pacific or Gulf
i Coast he may consider and accept bids for
building said vessels at other places in
stead of suspending their construction until
the forther action of Congress
Maxey said there should
be at least one
great navy yard established on the Gulf
Coast where the best iron steel liveoak
and longleaved pine were at hand
The question was then taken on Grays
amendment as modified and it was rejected
Plumb moved to strike out the item of
6000000 for heavy armored vessels or rams
for coast defenses
Hale opposed the striking out of the item
Dawes said he had just received a telegram
from New York signed Ambrose Snow
chairman of the Chamber of Commerce
Committee on Coast Defenses and President
of the Board of Trade and Transportation
That telegram was in these words The
whole commercial community anxiously
hopes that some agreement providing ade
quate immediate coast defense will be had
If not public opinion will compel an extra
session which the business men would
dread I send duplicates hereof toy utfcl
low conferees
Dawes said if Congress adjourned without
this provision and it was intimated in the i
telegram which he had read that public
opinion was going to force an extra session
of Congress to make this adequate provision
the fault did not lie at the door of the Sen
ate or of the Senate conferees
Pending further discussion the Senate
went inty secret session and soon took a re
cess till 8 oclock
EVENING SESSION
Consideration of the Naval Appropriation
bill was resumed the question being on
Plumbs amendment to strike out the amend
ment appropriating 6000000 for heavily
armored vessels used for coast and harbor
defense
The amendment was rejected without di
vision
The amendment recommended by the
committee was then adopted without di
vision
It strikes out the House provision for two
and four gunboats all to cost exclusive of
armament not more than 4950000 and
inserts in lieu thereof the section providing
for the construction by contract of six pro
tected steel cruisers with suitable arma
ment and a speed of not loss than twenty
knots the cost of all the cruisers not to
exceed 9000000 Additional appropriations
are made for machinery and armament
One of the vessels is to be built on the
Pacific coast and two on or near the Gulf
of Mexico Fer every quarter of a knot of
speed over twenty knots the contractor is
o receive 50000 and for every quarter
of a knot under twenty knots 50000
will be deducted from the contract price
Further appropriations are made as follows
For the construction of heavily armored
vessels or armored floating batteries to be
used for coast and harbor defense 6000
000 for the construction of eight draught
gunboats suitable for interior water ways
and canal service 720000 for the construc
tion of torpedo boats of the highest attain
able speed and efficiency 600000 for tor
pedoes and other explosives and torpedo ap
pliances to be operated from naval vessels
floating batteries or rams 600000 of which
sum 50000 shall be immediately available
for the armament of these vessels 1800
000 These appropriations to be available
during five years
The next material amendment reported
by the Committee on Appropriations and
igreed to by the Senate was the following
For the purchase by the Secretary of the
Navy if he shall deem thepurchase advisa
ble of the Destroyer a screw steam vessel
of iron designed and built by Captain John
Ericsson 112000t
Mr Aldrich offered an amendment appro
mating 25000 for the purchase of the
stiletto to be used as a torpedo boat for
experimental purposes Agreed to
The bill and amendments were then re
ported to the Senate the former proceed
ings being supposed to have been in Com
mittee of the Whole
Mr Edmunds called for the yeas and nays
on the amendment for the six cruisers etc
Mr Plumb moved to amend the amend
ment by making the last paragraph read
rhat the material used in all the naval
structures provided for in this act and the
amendment of the same shall be so far as
practicable of American production and
shall be furnished and manufactured in the
United States etc Agreed to
A vote was then taken on the committees
amendment and it was decided in the
affirmativeyeas 42 nays 9 The negative
vote was as follows Perry Cookrell Coke
Harris Plumb Vance Van Wyck Vest and
Wilson of Maryland
The next amendment the insertion of
the item of 112000 for the purchase of the
Ericsson vessel the Destroyer It was
agreed to
The bill as amended was then passed
without division
Mr Hoar from the Conference Committee
on the Pacific Railroad Inquiry bill made a
report which was agreed to The bill now
Roes to the President
VABIOUS
On motion of Mahone the Senate bill for
the erection of a National memorial bridge
over the Potomac from Washington to
Arlington was taken up and passed It
appropriates 500000 for the construction
of E a bridge which is to be erected in honor
of Lincoln and Grant The vote was yeas
30 nays 18
The conference report on the Agrioul
tural Appropriation bill was made and
agreed to
On motion of Wilson of Iowa the House
bill to amend the act of March 3 1875 to determine
termine the jurisdiction the United States
circuit courts and to regulate the removal of
cases from the State courts was taken from
the calendar
The committee amendments were con
curred in
Mr Cullom proposed an amendment pro
riding that the salaries of Judges of Dis
trict Courts of the United States including
Judges of the Supreme Court of the Dis
trict of Columbia shall be 5000 per
annum and that no persons related to any
Justice or Judge of any of the United States
Courts within the degree of first cousin shall
hereafter be appointed to any office of the
court of which such Justice or Judge is a
member Agreed to
The bill passed 44 toO
Senator Allison from the Committee on
Appropriations reported the Legislative
Executive and Judicial bill with sundry
amendments and gave notice that ho should
call it up early today
The aggregate of the approprition bill
has been very slightly increased over the
amount fixed by the House Among the increases
creases are the following 17000 for the
Bureau of Printing and Engraving to
enable the granting of annual leaves to em
J2loyes as provided the House bill and I
125000 for the Pension Examiners in
the field fifteen additional clerks were
given to the Secretary of the Interior in
eluding five law clerks and one additional
Board of Pension Examiners was provided
for
forThe Senate then at 1120 took a recess
till 10 a m today
J
Tlic Last Legislative Day
WASHINGTON March 3The Senate re i
assembled in continuation of yesterdays
session at 10 oclock this morning Ames i
sage from the House announcing noncon I
currence in the Senate amendment on the
Navy Appropriation bill was presented and I
conference ordered Messrs Hale Allison
and Beck were appointed conferees A few I
moments before 11 oclock the Senate closed
the legislative day of Wednesday by ad
journment and opened the last legislative
when
day of the FortyNinth Congress
prayer was offered by the Chaplain The
Rrayer
Senate then proceeded to the consideration
of the Legislative Executive and Judicial
Appropriation bill Voting on amendments
recommended by the Committee on Appro
priations proceeded as they were reached
SIGNED
The Billls Signed and
is the Law of the
Land
How is That for
Our Democratic i
President i
Two Years of Democratic Rule
Accomplishes More Than
24 Years of Repub
lican Misrule
ISpecial to THE DEMOCRAT
WASHINGTON D C March LThe
Utah bill signed by the President and
has just been returned to the Senate
MCPhERSON
The New Jersey Senator
TRENTON N J March 3Rnfus Blod
gett Democrat was elected United States
Senator yesterdav afterdoon He is Super
intendent of the New York i Long Branch
Railroad
At the conclusion of the first ballot it was
evident that the Republicans had consoli
dated on a Democrat tQ1 feat Abbett All
of them except two votfd for for Blodgett
making thirtysix who voted for him A
second ballot was ordered amid much ex >
citement Before tile result was an
nounced an attempt ws made to stampede
the Republicans in a body to Senator
Sewell in the hope of carrying enough
Democrats to elect him but this failed as
the Republicans feared that Governor
Abbett would profit by it in the confusion
A number of changes were made and the
vote as finally announced stood Blodgett
44 Abbett 38 E E Potter 1 Blodgett
was declared elected amid wild excite
ment
Rufus Blodgett the new Senator wrs born
in Dorchester New Hampshire November
19 1834 He was a member of the L wer
House of the New Jersey Legislature in 878
and 1879 representing Ocean county He
afterwards removed to Monmouth county
where he now resides He is identified with i
the interests of several rajlroad companies
and has always been recognized as a staunch
Democrat In the Assembly he was the
Democratic leader He is a fluent speaker
and of commanding figure He was for
several years a member of the Demo
cratic State CentrAl Committee He is
superintendent of tile New York Long
Branch Railroad
Coming ton Point
LONDON March 3 The Conservative
movement with the object of forcing the
Government to deal with Ireland immedi
ately is assuming a critical phase A num
ber of LiberalUnionists and Conservatives
about 150 Government supporters inti
mated to the Whips their willingness to
assist in finishing the cloture debate cur
tailing discussions on the supply by pro
tracted sitting and continuing all night if
necessary
THE CABINET COUNCIL
Convoked for today was postponed by Lord
Salisbury an hour before the time fixed for
the meeting in order to enable him to have
separate consultations with the Ministars to
try and reconcile the difference on the ex
tent to which coercion shall be carried in
Ireland The Cabinet meeting will be held
tomorrow
Viscount Lymington has written a letter
which reflecting the LiberalUnionists sen
timents protesting that the Governments
want of action nerve and courage in their
treatment of the Irish question is taking
day by day all heart and principle out of
the Unionist cause He declares that the
vast majority of the LiberalUnionists are
ready to accord the Government whatever
strong measures may be necessary but that
it is insufferable from any point of view that I
any Irish Nationalist Loyalist Government
should be allowed to exist which while re
fusing Ireland power to govern itself refuses
to govern Ireland After denouncing the
halfhearted pettifogging measures the
prostitution of constitutional forms such as
inrypaoking and policyfumbling lawyers
and confused officials he concludes 6C An
irresolute government is impossible The
only alternative is Home Rule
Germany and France
BEBUN March 3The fourth and sixth
divisions were carried in the first conflict
by Socialists Berlin has returned deputies
opposed to the Septennate
At Lubeck the Socialists engaged in a riot
after the announcement of the result of the
election there in which their candidate was
defeated The military interfered and
made many arrests A number of those
arrested have since been released
The supplement elections in twentyfour
districts resulted in returning three Con I
servatives four National Liberals ten New
German Liberals two Centers four Social I
ists and one Imperialist
An Imperial decree has been issued or
dering for the first and second corps of the
Prussian army a special series of exercises
preparatory to the maneuvers of the in
fantry divisions and cavalry brigades to
maneuver against a supposed enemy The
total number of infantry reserves called out
for the annual drill is 107000 arttllery
pioneer and train reserves 14000
The military bill has again been sub
mitted to the Bundesrath No change has
been made in the provisions
The reports that the Government being
sure of a majority in the Reichstag propose I
to perpetuate the military bill is unfounded
I I
CHANGES IN THE TEENCD CABINET
It is rumored in official circles that
are imminent in the French Cabi
changes net Boulangers influence it is said has
increased that the Ministers in favor of
so
policy will soon be driven to resign
Boulanger a peace thus obtaining dominance in the I
Cabinet
Gilder Buck
WINNIPEG Manitoba March 3Colonel
Gilder arrived yesterday at Selkirk a small
town twentyfive miles east of here and was
interviewed by the Times correspondent
following account
i the telephone He gave the following
count of himself After leaving Winnipeg I
I to i
unpleasant voyage
last fall ho had a very
1 York Factory in which he was occupied two
I
months He was unable to get all the way
I I and had to travel in a canoe getting the
I Indians to bring thepntfit and supplies
late
He reached Fort Churchill too
along
to Notting
to catch the Hudson Bay boat
I ham Island and as he would have to stay
several months about Churchill without
to New
he decided to return
occupation business after which
I Yor to transact some next
the
in time to catch
he will ba
he
says months hence
I boat several
Hudsons Bay
vessel bound for the
or else catch a whaling
Northern Seas next summer and go in
through Hudsons strait He left his com
pan ion Griffith st Fort Churchill with in
I structions to take the stores and proceed to
I Nottingham Island by the first Hudsons
Say boat Gilder promised to join him
there if he did not join him at Churchill by
taking a steamer from Winnipeg up the
same route as he had adopted last fall
Asked if he had abandoned the project of
reaching the pole he replied indignantly
that he had not and was not that kind of a
man to abandon such a scheme He came
all the way down from Churchill by dog
team having a pretty rough time of it He
says both himself and Griffith are in good
health and expresses the opinion that the
Hudson straits are navigable for powerful
vessels all the year round He expects to
leave for New York shortly
A Colored Torch
MOBILE Ala March 3News of the I
burning of the steamer Gardiner is coming j
in slowly None was received until yester
day afternoon The fire was discovered by I
Captain Stone A negro deck hand threw j
water on a burning bale and rnIhrd ring
another bucketful his clothes caught fire I
Panicstricken he ran from place to place
setting fire to cotton bales and in a few
moments the boat was in flames all over
She was in midstream and in motion
The pilots were driven from the wheel and
the crew and passengers jumped overboard
Those lost were drowned It is not thought
that more than one or two were burned
Captain Stone saved himself swimming
ashore The steamer Tally was behind the
Gardiner waiting to psss As soonas the
flames broke out the Tally lowered her
boats and threw over bales of seedsacks
and planks to help the people who were
jumping from the Gardiner The heat was
so intense that the Tally did not dare to go
near the boat Had it not been for the
presence of the Tally but few would have
been saved When the fire broke out the
Gardiner was ordered to run ashore She
backed and the bells were rung for going
ahead but the engineers were driven from
their posts by the flames and the boat
drifted into the woods on the opposite aide
from the place where there was a practical
landing Pilot W H Wilson remained in
the pilothouse until he found that his sig
nals were not obeyed and that the flames
were licking the side of the pilothouse
when he fled for his life The report of the
loss of life is confirmed cabin boy of the
Tally named Barber colored performed
heroic deeds in saving five lives which he
did by swimming ashore with those in the
water The screams of those on the boat
were heartrending Mrs W T Rembert
threw one child into the water her husband
taking the other two She then jumped in
herself All but her husband were lost
Mrs Jos Rembert was also on board but
was saved from drowning She is at
Demopolis and is in a precarious condition
The boat was not insured and was valued at
12000 The cargo was insured for 23000
Earthquakes
LONG ISLAND Cm March 3An earth
quake shock was felt on the south side of
Long Island about 430 oclock this after
noon The windows on Fire Island rattled
and the observatory was shaken the vibra
tion lasting several seconds Babylon and
the villages west of Jamaica report having
felt the shock
MODE SHOCKS IN ITALY
HOME March 3A severe shock of earth
quake was felt today at Reggio Di Cala
briar Two slight shocks occurred at Diana
Marino The people fear further disasters
because of the excessive heat and the fact
that the sea has not returned to its ordinary
level
AT FAIt BOOKAWAY
FAR ROCKAWAY March 3 About the
middle of the afternoon a low rumbling
sound was followed by a distinct tremor of
the earth which shook many buildings It
was noticed here and at the time it was
supposed to be caused by the firing of heavy
cannon at sea It is now believed to have
been a shook of earthquake
AT BABYLON
BABYLON L I March 3A shock of
earthquake was very perceptibly felt in this
village between 415 and 430 this after
noon Many buildings swayed slightly It
is reported that some of the timbers of the
Presbyterian Church steeple were dis
placed Few persons here although many
felt the shock knew at the time that there
was an earthquake Since the fact became
generally known much alarm has been ex
pressedthe anticipation of further shocks
raising the fears of some as to safety The
shock lasted a few seconds
ONLY MEAGBE DETAILS
I
HUNTERS POINT March 3It has been
impossible to obtain any but very meagre
details of the earthquake The shock was
felt at several points along the south coast
of Long Island during the afternoon Fire
Island Babylon Baldwins and Far Rock
away are the only villages heard from so
far
Vas It Heart Trouble
DENVEB March 3Yesterday afternoon
a lady very handsomely attired entered the
Queen Citv hotel and registered by the name
of Miss Malmburg Chicago At supper
time she appeared at the table and seemed
in good health After supper she retired
and that was the last seen of her alive This
morning as she did not appear in the din
ing room the servant went to her apartment
and knocked repeatedly at her door Fail
ing to obtain a reply she she apprised the
landlord of the fact and a peep into the
room over the transom revealed the stran
ger lying dead on her bed fully attired as
if she had lain down for a rest and then
died It was probably heart disease She
had no baggage with her only a hand
satchel and a traveling shawl In her pocket
was found 10 in cash but nothing what
ever to establish her identity beyond a
postal card bearing the words Miss Malm
burg The remains will be taken to the
coroners
The Released Anarchists
NEW YOBK March 3A large crowd of
Anarchists filled Clarendon Hall last night
and howled and hissed derided and men
aced when mention was made of Recorder
Smythe Colonel Fellows the press and es
pecially the reporters Braunschweig and
Schenok the two Anarchists sentenced by
Recorder Smythe to Blackwells Island with
Anarchist Johann Most had been released
and the meeting was one of homage to
them The two exconvicts made fiery
speeches which were enthusiastically ap
plauded They declared themselves more
devoted to Anarchy than before their im
prisonment and said they were ready to go
to the gallows in the fight if necessary
The Kittson Case
NEW YORK March 3A jury action
brought by Minnie Clark who calls herself
Mrs Mary Kittson against Hercules Kitt
for
Kittson
son a young son of Commodore
of his abandonment
legal separation on the ground I
donment was today decided that although
there had been a ceremony of marriage
yet at the time defendant was incapable of
because of I
entering into any such contract
his being intoxicated The jury also found
that plaintiff and defendant have not
cohabited as husband and wife and that
I she is a person of questionable character
I A Canadian Answer
i OTTAWA March 3The Minister of Cus
I toms is preparing a bill which it has been
I I stated will be presented to Parliament in
case the United States Congress should pass
I I the retaliation measures The bill will
1 largely increase the duties on American im
i ports
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Our Rights
i WASHEfaTON March 3The President
today approved an act to authorize the
President of the United States to protect
and defend the rights of American fishing
vessels American fishermen trading and
other vessels in the British dominions of
North America
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