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FREE C O X TO WANT IWC 1C THE SALT LAIE HERALDe What is Salt the Population Lake of
The Evidence Against Alderman
Bailey Youngson
i Some Important Testimony Errand Arrested
JInrat Mastersons Wife Drops Dead
i a New York Hotel
DENVER Cob May 21lSpccial telegram to
THE HERALD Two year ago Mort Duggan
who was at one time marshal of Leadville was
shot dtad in an aftermidnight quarrel and
Alderman Bailey Youagson was charged with
i murder Both men were widely known the
latter as a gambler After many vexatious de
lays his trial began Monday and George Br
bout an important witness was brought from
Salt Lake to testify When the shooting oc
curred Brobout was a bartender i Leadville
Today he testified that he saw Duggan and L
Youngson on the street together George
Evans walked up behind Duggan fred at
liim and walked rapidly away Another witness
testified that Duggan and Youngson quarreled
just previous t the murder but apparently be
came rcconciliated and Duggan left Then
Youngson and Evans shook dice the
latter soon leaving and Youngson
following This dice shaking It i
assered was to decide which should assassi
nate Duggan and Evans became the murderer
The case i not yet concluded
The striking carpenters have formed a stock
company rented a mill and
mi are now working
L for themselves Employers show no disposition
1 t yield their demands
ClaytonBrecklnrldsre Investigation
WAHIGTON subcommittee of
the House committee of investigation of the
ClaytonBreckinridse case met this morning to
take the testimony of a young man named Tay
lor He said the night of the election it was re
ported at Morrillton that Howard townth ip had
gone Democratic and the negroes were Going to
raise a row Sa upon invitation of Oliver
Bentley and Walter Wells witness with about
a dozen other young men started about dark
for Plummcrsvllle It was the intention
to stop any row the negroes might raise They
got within a quarter of a mile of the polling
place where the main party rested while Ben
ley and Wells rode in town to examine the Sit
uation I was Sound that all was quiet and the
turned back to Morrillton
party tured lorritn Witness said
O P Bentley and W P Wells had the ballot
box They carried It into Wcllb store He
At George Bcatley was shot i the back by Oliver
CL who asserted it was an accident I had been
stated that George intended t turn states evi
Witness said he had lived in Oregon since
leaving Arkansas and lately In Indian territory
Ho was confident Wells and 0 Oliver Bentley
uau a UUUOIL oox nncss acmeu tnat ne Had
been arrested at Pine huh for intimidating a
supervisor but had not been near Pine Bluff on
clccton day Witness said he left Arkansas
and wont t Oregon to cut loose from Wells and
Bentley I had got so that whatever they
said he had to do and he wanted t get into a
new country where he wouldnt have to steal
ballott boxes lie would return to Marrillton
were Shelby not sheriff The latter might put
tip a job on him or kill him Adjourned till
Friday when exAttorney General Garland for
Brecldnridge will present evidence in rebuttal
Murderer Eyrand Captured in Havana
HAVANA May 21Thc police here have cap
ured the long looked for French murderer
3yraud He registered at Hotel Roma under
the name of Miguel DoskL He claimed to be a
native Poland When placed in jail he at
tempted to suicide by cutting the veins i his
leg and arm In his trunk were found several
French newspapers containing details of his
In addition to the police officials who have
pictures of the murderer several persons have
Identified the prisoner as Eyraud person
Murat 3Iastersons Wife Drops Dead
NEW YOBK May 21 Mrs Florence R
Masterson wife of exJudge Murat Masterson
of Prescott Arizona the man whose shooting
affair in Mrs Hopkinsoas flat recently brought
him into notoriety died suddenly today at the
Grand Union hotel in this city When
Unon i thi cty Mrs
Masterson heard of the
shooting affair she
started east for Deming N M her home to
have an understanding with her husband On
her arrival she wrote Masterson requesting an
interview There was no response and she
wrote again with the same result Though her
health was always good excitement and grief
drove her into a condition gief
dre it conditon of nervous prostra
tion and today as she entered the elevator she
placed her hand over her heart and fell to the
Jloor dead Mr Masterson was immediately
notified and was much affected by te imeditely news I
Precinct No 3i Thrown Out
HELENA Mont May 21The supreme court
of Montana today decided tho contested election
tion of the sheriff of Silver Bow county involv
ing the validity of the vote in the famous pre
cinct No 3 The court unanimously held that
the vote of the precinct was so irregular in all
ireglar al
respects and so saturated with proven fraud
pren frud
that i should be entirely rejected This elects
How the sheriff county and all Republican officers i Silver
Gnlsseppe CarusI Pleads Guilty
PHTLADEIPHIA May 21 Gtysseppe Carusi
alas Count Montercole pleaded guilty before
I Judge Thayer today of libel The defendant
on the 12th of April issued circulars which con
tamed defamatory statements regarding his
Virginia Knox Carusi of Pittsburg The
count was sentenced t six months
Instrnctionsto the Gutter Bear
WASHINGTON May 21 Secretary Windom
today signed orders to the revenue cutter Bear
directing that she immediately sail to Ouna
laska and then cruise in Behring sea t guard
against violation of the statutes on sealing
matters The Instructions will not dier sealng
tonally from last year but are much more spe
cific Efforts will be made to avoid a repetition
of last years experience with the one man prize
crew I Is understood according to present in
structions that vessels caught violating the law
will be dismantled and deprived of all means of
further violations Their logs and all skins
also will be seized
The secretary of the navy today accepted tho
p dynamite cruiser Vesuvius
f San Francisco Public Building
WASHINGTON May 21The secretary of the
treasury attorney general and postmaster gen
eral who are charged by Congress with the se
lection of a bite for a public building in San
Francisco had a conference at the treasury de
partment this afternoon and considered the
report of the commission appointed to inspect
the different sites suggested No conclusion
was reached tad another conference will be
held tomorrow
The C B Q Directory
CHICAGO May lAt the annual meeting of
the stockholders of the Chicago Burlington
Quincy railway held here this afternoon the old
board of directors was reelected excepting
that E W Hooper of Cambridge Mass suc
ceeded Win Dexter who died last Saturday
The annual report which has already been
published was presented
I was decided t have VicePresident Harris
act as general manager for the present and it
is not improbable that he will hold that posi
tion permanently
United States Brewers Association
I WASHINGTON May 21The United
States Brewers association began its
thirtieth annual convention
tteth annua today There
I are present delegates from all parts of the
United States representing 195000000
capital Thies J Lefens of Chicago
chairmanin his opening address congratu
lated the association on the improved state
of the brewers interests a a result of the
past years work He suggested tho erec
olon of a complete brewery plant in con
an ction with the Columbian exhibition in
I tt0
rshairman Lefens i his address said he was
i I pane t be able t state that the trade and in
4L lllltAtM of the brewers was in a moro hopeful
V I J r r J Ethan a year ago lie referred to tae re
a 0 0 i
suit of the prohibition election Pennsylvania I
and added By no means however has the
time come when we can relax onr vigilance for
what our opponents have lost in influence with
the people direct as shown by all recent elec
tions where prohibitory causes were submitted
to the peope they are trying to regain Wash
ington by the introduction of bills Intended to
accomplish through national channels what the
people of the states refused to endorse In
closing Mr Lefens called attention to the sub
ject of representation of the brewing trade at
tho worlds fair in 1S93
The report of the board of trustees was a very
lengthy one and deals with legislation pending
before Congress affecting the interests of the
brewers On this point it says there never was
a time in the whole history of the association
when so many attempts have been made to In
jure the brewing industry by means which do
not require the sanction of the people and would
not obtain i i they could not be submitted to
vote The report soealcs of a bill for the appoint
ment of a commission for the li investigation of
the liquor traffic and the efforts of the brewers
committee to have it amended in
a manner promising a fair impartial
and competent investigation The report
pet ea heco
says the trustees endeavored to convince
the committee on ways and means that any in
crease of the tariff on hops barley malt rice
corks etc would be unjustifiable from an
economic point of view but failed to accomplish
more than curtailing the rates of increase
originally proposed
In respect to adulterations of beer and the bill
against them now pending in Congress the re
port says
This i tho proper time and opportunity to
repent that individually and as representatives
of this association to condemn adulteration and
to fully approve and support any law designed
t suppress and punish i
A Party of Them in Idaho Looking After
Valuable Mining Properties
BELLEVTJE Idaho May 21Special telegram L
t THE HERALD ExMayor Armstrong Isa
dore Morris Amos Howe and H Harrison all
of Sal Lake having inspected their new min9
on the Gold Belt the Camas Number have de
cided to sink a shaft 3 feet and are contem
plating erecting an electric power plant on
Wood river to furnish power for the mine
valuable fourteen one miles distant Tho mine i a very
Louisville Races
LOUISVILLE May 21 Mile Huntress won
Marion C second Castaway third Time 4f
Mile and a half English Lady won Marie K
second Others drawn Time 2424
Mile and seventy yards Workmate won
Happiness second War Peak third Time
Fiveeighths of a mile Ed Leonard won
Clamor second Laura Allen third Time 104 4
Half a mile Mabel won Woodford second
Hindoo Lass third Time 50J4
Gravesend Races
GRAVZSEND N Y May 21Sb furlongs
Belwood won Drumstick second Guard third
Tune 1154
Mile Adamante won Favorita second Kings
Own third Timel44
Mile and one furlongAmazon won Golden
Corn second Geraldine third Timei I 47 y3
Six furlongs Pagan won Dr Hellmuth
Si furlonrsPagau Helmuth sec
ond B B Mileon third Time 1154
Five furlongs Lord Harry won Wendway
second Rotation third Tiel0l
Boston INichols Hardie
Cleveland Vadsworth Zimmer
Brooklyn 19 Lovett Daley
Cincinnati Forman Baldwin
Philadelphia Wlckery Schriver
Chicago Hutchison Kittridge
NewYork14 Russle Somers
Pittsburg IBaker Berger
Boston 11 Radbourne Kelly
PittsbUTR C Staley Carroll
Philadelphia Husted Milligan
Cleveland OBrien Sutcliffe
Brooklyn VanHaltren Winslow
Buffalo 6Keefe rack
NewYork 5 Keefe Ewing
Chicago S King Boyle
Syracuse 1 Columbus 4
Rochester 2 St Louis 7
Athletic 11 Toledo 3
Brooklyn 2 Louisville 4
Cherokee C3inmlssion
GUTHRIE L T May 21The conference be
tween the Cherokee commission and the Indians I
was abruptly terminated today Chief Too
Hee In behalf of the Indians declined the gov
ernments proposition to buy lands for Sl25 per
acre and allot each Indian in severally sixty
acres The commissioners will attempt to re
new negotiations tomorrow
The Atchison Deal Completed
BOSTON May 21The papers completing the
Atchison and S1 Louis San Francisco nego
tiations have been signed The Atchison peo
ple say no official announcement of the terms
will be made until every detail i arranged
Taken From the Court Room and Lynched
COLUMBUS Miss May 2iWhile the trial of
Frank Anderson colored for rape was in
grogress today a crowd of men took him from
the court room and hanged him to a tree
Some Dutch Losses
THE HAGUE May 21 Dispatches from L
Achean say the Dutch lost three killed and I
fourteen wounded in a fertile attempt to re
cover the position from which they had been
driven teen killed by the natives The latter lost four
The Hotel Waiters Gain a Victory
CHICAGO May 21The hotel waiters gin
anothervictory tonight the Tremont and two
other prominent hotels acceding to their de
mands A dispatch from St Louis says the
waiters there will strike tomorrow with the ex
ception scales of Llndell hotel which has signed the
The Queen Not Seriously l
LONDON May 2Rumors of the serious illness
ness of the Queen arc officially denied She has
a slight cold
The Bank of American Investigation
PHILADELPHIA May 21A meeting of the
committee of the creditors of the defunct Bank
America today examined a number of the
officers of that institution and secured some
startling information They learned that about
thirtyfive thousand dollars was credited to
three different men on the books of the bank L
who bad no money there The money had been
paid out to them and for the American Finan
cial association and the American Life In
surance company by orders of President Pfeiffer
fer of the bank The subordinates examined
knew nothing about the reasons therefor ex
cept they had their orders from the president as
paying checks and fixing accounts Secretary
Work of the American Fnaticial institution
was unable explain where all the money had
gone t but managed to tell the tell the com
mittee that nearly all the securities held by the
Institution now had been mortgaged and tho
amount on which money can be realized is not
very large investigation will be continued
A Chinese Telcj aph Line Opened
HONG KONG May 21A telegraph line con
necting Toni and China by way of Yunnan
the capital of the province of the same name
has been opened business
An Italian Mob Riot
ROME May 21At Conselico a mob of 500
women and 2 navvies who had gone out on a
strike tried to force an entrance into the town
hall shouting We are Starving 1 The crowd
stoned the troops who were guarding the muni
cipal building and the latter were compelled t
use firearms Several persons were lolled and
a number wounded
Pacific Mal Directors Meeting
NEW YoRK May 21Only routine busi
nesa was transacted at the meeting of tho
directors of tho Pacific mall today
The House Passes i by a Strict I
Party Vote
iI I
To Recommit the Bill to the Committee on
Ways and MeansThe Ayes and
Nays in Detail
WASHESGTON May 21When the House first
met this morning and went into committee of
the whole on the tariff Baker of New York
ofiered an amendment providing that all articles
des on importation into the United States
whether embraced in the free list or otherwise
shall pay no less rate of duty than that imposed
by the country of export on like articles ex
ported Into the United States
Butterworth opposed the amendment and L
said he regretted there was no opportunity to
ascertain a con census of opinion on his own side
ot the House touching this bill Democratic
applause The committee of the whole has
proceeded along the lines of the bill for a num
ber of daysthen the gentlemen in the committee
of ways and means had taken the floor held it
with amendments until nearly the last hour so
that amendments which other gentlemen might
desire to submit could not have the considera
tion necessary to determine what the concensus
opinion was It was not fixed that the ark of f
the Republican covenant was committed to a
feW and he regretted there had not been that
conierence which enable members to prune the
Brewer of Michigan said the time for debate
had been frittered away by the other side He
was in favor of the bill because it was carrying
out the pledges made to the American people
All this time tho House was in the greatest
confusion in the midst of which the nour of
noon arrived when the committee rose and re
ported the bill to the House
McKinley demanded the previous question on
the bill and amendments The Democrats de
manded yeas and nays and the previous ques
tion was ordered Yeas 101 nays 143
The amendments were then read in detail
The first amendment on which a separate vote
was demanded was one changing the phrase
ology of the tin plate clause Adopted a nar
row margin yeas 150 nays 149
The next vote was equally close but this time
the Democrats were victorious the amendment
fixing the duty on jute yarn at 45 per cent
being defeated yeas 143 nays 144 The duty
as fixed by the bill Is 3 per cent
The next amendment that bringing Russia
camels hair into class 3 of the wool schedule
was agreed to yeas 143 nays 13
The amendment providing that the duty on
woolen and worsted yarns valued at not more
than 3 cents per pound shall be two and a half
times the duty on unwashed wool i first class
and 35 per cent ad valorem was rejected yeas
137 nays 148
The bill now fixes the duty at twice the duty
on ad unwashed valorem wool of first class and 3 per cent
An amendment providing that on woolen and
worsted goods and all manufactured wool and
worted not otherwisA nrndcpc fnr 11 t
not more than 3 cents per pound there shall be
imposed a duty three times the duty imposed on
a pound of unwashed wool of the first class and
40 per cent ad valorem Rejected yeas 143
nays 14 This leaves tho duty at twice the
duty on unwashed wool and 40 per cent ad
valorem The Republicans who voted with the
Democrats on the wool and worsted goods and
yarn amendment were Anderson of Kansas
Comstock Dollivcr Dunnell Fetherstone
Flick Henderson of Iowa Kerr of Iowa
Lacey Lind Struble Sweney and Taylor of
An amendment imposing a duty of 5 per cent
ad valorem on all manufactured silk not spec
hilly provided for providing all such manufac
tures of which wool or hair of camel goat or
other like animals is a component material it
rshall be classified as manufacturers wools
Agreed tor yeas 155 nays 14
uhc vinegar amendment adopted last night In
committee of the whole was adopted yeas
121 nays 3 This was the last amendment
and the engrossment and third reading of the
bill having been ordered Carlisle offered the
following amendment
Resolved That the pending bill be recom
mitted to the committee on ways and means
with instructions to report the same back to
the House at the earliest possible day so
amended as to reduce the revenues of the gov <
ment by reducing the burdens of taxation on
the people Instead of reducing the duties by
imposing prohibitory rates of taxation upon im
ported goods Democratic applauseJ De
bated 140 to ll Republican applause
The bill then passed yeas 161 nays 14
Following is the detailed vote
Adams Allen of Michigan
Anderson of Kansas Arnold
Atkinson of Penna Atkinson of W Va
Baker Banks
LJartine Bowden
Belknap Bergen
Biugham Bliss
Boothman Boutelle
Bayne Beckwith
Belden Brewer
Brosius Brewer
Browne of Virginia Browne T M
Buchanan Now Jersey I Burrows
Burton Butterworth
Caldwell Candlcr of Mass
Cannon Carter
Las well Cheadle
Cheatham Clarke of Wisconsin
Cogswell Comstock
Conger Cooper of Ohio
Craig Culbertson of Penna
Cutcheon Dalzeli
Darlington De Haven
Dc Lance Dingley
Dolliver Dorsey
Dunnell Evans
Ewer Farquhar
Finley Fleck
Flood Frank
Funston Gear
Gest Gifford
Greenhalge Grosvenor
Halem Hausbrough
Harmer Haugen
Henderson of Illinois Henderson of Iowa
Hermann Hill
Hitt Hopkins
Houk Kelley
Kennedy Kerr of Iowa
Ketchen Kinsey
Knapp Lacey
Lafollettc Laidlaw
Lansing Laws
Lehlbach Lind
Lodge Mason
McComas McCord
McCormick McKenna
McKinley Mills
iin Moflltt
Moore of N H Morely
Merrill Morrow
Morse Mudd
Ncidringhaus I Nute
ODonnell ONell of Pennsylvania
Osbornc Owen of Indiana
Payne Perkins
Pickcmcr Post
Pugsley Quackenbush
Raines Randall
Ray Reybourn
Rife Rockwell
Rowel Russell
Sanford Sawyer
Scranton Scull
Sherman Simons
SmvsR Smith of Illinois SnYder Smith of West lrglnia
Sp6oncr Stephenson
Stewart of Virgiia Stivers
Stooltbrdge Strble
Sweney Taylor of Illinois
Taylor of Tcnnesee Iaylor Ezra B
Taylor Joseph D Thomas
Thompson Townsend of Colorado
Townsend of Pa Vandever
Vanschaick Valdel
Wade Walker of Mass
Wallace of Mass Widllace of Now Yonlc
Watson Whaler of Michigan
Wyeleham Williams of Ohio
Wilson of New Yorlt Wilson of Washington
Wright Yurdley
Total lOt
Abbott Alderson
Allen Andrew of Misissippi Anderson Barnes Mississippi
Barwig Bggs
Blanchard Blaud
Dount Boatner
Breckinrdge of Ark Breckinrdge of Ky
Buckner Brookspie
J B Brow Brunner
Buclmnan ot Virginia Oucknlew
Bunn Bynum
Campbell Candler of Georgia
Carlisle Canton Georga
Carth Catchings
Chipman Clancy
Clarke of Alabama Cements
Cunie Cobb
Coleman Cooper of Indiana
Covirt Cowles
Crate Crisp i
Culbertson of Texas Cummings
Dargan Davidson
Dibble Dockery
Dunphy Edmunds
Elliott Ellis
Enloe Featherstone
I Fitch FUhian
Flower Forman
I Forney Fowler
ieissen Gibson
Goodnight Grimes
Halner Hare
Hatch Hayes
Hayres Heurd
Hemphlll Henderson of Missouri
Herbert Holman
Kerr Pennsylvania Lauham
Leo Letter of Georgia
Lester of Virginia Lewis
Magner Marsh
Mansur Martin of Indiana
Murtin of Texas McAdoo
McCarthy McClammy
Me Clem an McCreary
McMillin McRuc
Mills Montgomery
Moore of Texas Morgan
Mutchler Gates
OFerrall ONiell Massachusetts
Outhwaite Owens of Ohio
Parrett Payuter
Peel Pcnniugton
Perry Pierce
Price Quinn
Rollly Kieliardson
Robertson Rogers
Rowland Rush
Sawyer Seney
Shively Sumner
Springer Stahlnecker
Stewart of Georgia Stewart of Texas
Stone of Kentcky Stump
Tarsney Tillman
Tracey Tucker
Turner of Georgia Tumor of New York
Turin Vcnablc
Washington Whiting
Whitthorne Wheeler of Alabama
Wlke Wilkinson
Willcox Williams of Illinois
Wilson of Missouri Wilson West Virginia
Total 142 Adjourned
The Democrats and the Tariff
WASHINGTON May 21The Democratic mi
nority of the ways and means committee as a
result of the consultation this morning in
structed Carlisle to offer in tho House a motion
to recommit the tariff bill to the ways and
means commutes with instructions to report
back a bill reducing taxation from existing
rates Of course it is not expected that the
motion will prevail but the purpose of its sub
mission is to place the Democrats on record as
endeavoring t carry out the views contained in
the national platform
Madden i Very Anxious to Get on 1 Match
Between McAnllffe and Snlllvan
Special to Tire HERALD Examiner Dispatch1
NEW YORK May 21oo McAuliffo has been
searching very industriously for the extra
5000 which John L Sullivan demands before
he will make a match with the westerner
Billy Madden who attends to all of the Californians
fornians business said today We are
anxious to get on a match with this man
Sullivan There is no reason In the world why
ho should object to fighting for fSOOO a side
Wo have the money and will post the whole of
it at any place and at any time It may suit
Sullivan has been talking a great deal about
McAuliffo and his manager came to us looking
for a match but Sullivan immediately puts up
his figures to 810000 and that is 8500U more
than we have got Sullivan appears so con
dent that a can whip McAuiIffe without any
trouble that I cant for the life of me under
stand why he doesnt jump at the chance of
making 55003 immediately Besides he can
take all of the purse which undoubtedly will
be put up Unless we win we dont want a
cent We pay all our traveling and training
expenses and will go to Asia i necessary to
meet him I think this is a fair enough propo
sition and I dont know how we can make any
better terms McAuliffe Is open to fight any
man in tho world Sullivan Slavin and Jack
son preferred But despite the fact that Sullivan
has spolton of him as an Inferior man none of
t be ig cUOW appear to b inferor hi
and I am confident he could besVaiiy of them r
am satisfied that Jackson is not anxious to meet
McAuliffe for he has had a pretty good oppor
tunity of knowing just what Joe can do TiIcAu
liffe will remain here for some tie and the
money is always ready
Ex Senator Brady who controls the Virginia
sporting club to which organization the legis
lature of that state recently granted a charter
by which prize fights or other kind of
prze fghts any ltnd con
test may be held on its grounds is Sullivans
warm friend and he has been i town several
days during which time has had frequent inter
views with the big fellow 1 is understood
that the club is willing to give a purse of 15000
for a finish fight between McAuliffe and Sulli
van and there is absolutely no danger of any
police interference or unpleasant after effects
The champion has been considering the propo
sition ana while ne win not talk about It it is
pretty generally understood that he has about
made up his mind to meet McAuliffe He would
prefer Jacksou if the black fellow could get out
RF hf
r gtfcet
of his contract with the California Athletic club
I is doubtful i Sullivan will be required to ap
pear in Mississippi again but he will not sign
articles for a fight with any one before June 15 I
Slavin Declines to Meet McAuliffe
NEW YORK May 2LA cablegram from Lon
don was received at the Police Gazelle office to
day stating that Prank Slavin declines to meet
Joe McAuliffe as the latter has been beaten by
Jackson Slavin will fight the winner of the
SullivanJackson match or Jim Corbett for
Another Chinese Bank Scheme
LONDON May 21A Shanghi dispatch to the
Standard says it is reported that an important
Chinese bank will be started with branches at
all parts of the country An American bank is
believed be chiefly interested in the enter
prise Promises have been received of a large
amount concern of native capital to support the new
A Dinner to Stanley
LONDON May 21The London chamber of
commerce gave a dinner this evening in honor
of Stanley and his colleagues Miss Tennant
Stanleys fiancee was present
The Conductors Will Not Strike
I ROCHESTER N Y May 21Tho conductors I
have adjourned Thsy decided not to strike
Seattle Relief FUll Conspirator Arrested
NEW YORK May 21George S Turner who
is wanted in Seattle for conspiracy with George
McCourt in the embezzlement Of 8 5000 from
the relief fund sent at the time of the recent I
fire has been arrested here Turner was re
manded papers lo await the arrival of requisition
California Levees Breakiner
STOCKTON Cala May 21 Several breaks oc
curred this morning in Union island levees
About twenty thousand acres will be flooded
one half of which is in wheat Portions of North
Visalia are flooded from the break in the levee
along St Johns river and considerable damage
has been done to the grain fields and vineyards
Liquor Jealousy and Clime
CHICAGO May 21ames Hendriokson a
laborer aged sixtyfive this afternoon unsuc
cessfully attempted to shoot his daughter but
fatally wounded his wife and killed himself
I Liquor and jealousy were the causes
They arc Given a Kecption By the Radios Club
of New York
Special to THE HERALD Examiner Dispatch
NEW YOlK May 21Mr and Mrs Ken
dal arrived in this city yesterday and were i
given a reception by the ladies New York
club in the afternoon The English artists II I
sail for home Saturday Mrs Kendal I
spoke about the Pacific coast attractions
fruits floral climate etc When asked I
wnat she thought about the seals at the
Cliff house the lady said Why werent
they funny and so many of them I said to I
Mr Kendal Why Willie when we were
in Scotland if three seals appear it 1 the
signal for the wildest excitement Wo
take down our back hair and rush to be
hold the wondrous spectacle and if any
body should shoot one he would be such a
hero But here are rocks where they tel
me there are about three million seals and
they certainly look a much greater num
ber and nobody seems to pay much atten
tion to them Whyit is marvelous I shall
never make them understand about that in
England They simply wont believe me1 J
A Conspiracy to Establish an Independent
dependent Republic
The Evils of its Demonetization Set Forth
The Presbyterian General Assembly
Charities and Corrections
SAN FRANCISCO May 21The Chronicle do
ves four columns to giving complete details of
the alleged conspiracy to capture Lower California
fornia and found an independent republic fol
lowed by annexation to the United States The
revelation claims to involve a number of promi
nent capitalists interested in Lower California
lands and mines and well known citizens of
Los Angeles and San Diego which latter city
appears to have been headquarters
The general outline of tho plan it is claimed
was for the Mexican Land and Colonizing com
pany composed of wealthy Euglisnmen owning
concessions on the peninsula to place in the
hands of well known San Diego capitalists 1100
030 to be used in advancing the interests of the
flllibusters The large warehouse of the
English company at Ensenada was to be
filled with ammunition and provisions for the
use of the revolutionists Otficers of the English
corporation claim that the policy of the Mexican
officials In Lower California had been ruinous to
the land interests of the company which had
been obliged to expend thousands of dollars in
protecting its Interests and the salvation of the
rnTnnjtnv thmr tlnnllv fiRQprf dpnnnrf titian so
curing tae annexation of Lower California to the
United States A lobby has been working at
Washington in the companys interest but as
the prospects of congressional action were un
favorable the filibustering expedition was
fixed upon Two propositions were discussed
one was to capture Ensenada the other was to
introduce large numbers of Americans to the
peninsula ostensibly as railroad laborers who
were to capture the Mexican manofwar Tp
mocarta and at the same time give a picniu I
and ball in honor of the Mexican oracials
and in the midst of the festivities cap
ture the garrison and seize the roads
and telegraph lines Simultaneous risings at
Alamo and Tia Juano were to take place
Several meetings March and April were held
by the projectors of tho expedition and at one
of these facts became known to newspaper
representatives When the peninsula had been
seized a provisional government was to be de
clared on or about August 1 tnd martial law
was to be enforged The land of the peninsula
was to be nationalized and after a peaceful
order of things had been secured negotiations I
for annexation to the United States would fol I
low The names of the projectors were given
and the treasurer of the company a wealthy
resident of Minneapolis is said to be interested
Senator Stewart on Silver
WASHINGTON May 21The resignation
of SergeantatArms Canaday was received
and laid on the table The silver bill was
taken up and Stewart proceeded to address
the Senate
Stewart argued that the demonetization of
silver had depressed prices of commodities from
3 to 40 per cent and remonetization would pro
duce good times again The object of the silver
men was to furnish more money to stop con
traction to release the debtor and producer
and preserve to the people their rights of prop
erty and liberty The Republican party had
incorporated in its national platform a declara
tion in favor of both gold and silver and con
demning the policy of the Democratic adminis
tration in its efforts to demonetize
silver The bill recommended by the
secretary of the treasury and supported
by Senators Sherman and Dolph was a cunning
device to stop the present coinage of two
millions a month in silver under the Bland bill
In conclusion he said there was no middle
ground i the contest between usury and justice
The demonetization of silver was a crime
against civilization and nothing but a full re
storation of that metal to the place which it oc
cupied before that crime was committed could
redress the wrong or redeem the pledge of the
Republican party
Eustis asked Stewart whether his interpreta
tiln of the silver plank in the Republican plat
form that i meant free coinage of silver was
recognized as an interpretation of the party
Stewart replied it could have no other inter
pretation and added he himself had drawn up
that plank
Farwell I was a member of the committee
on resolutions of the last national Republican
convention and I desire to express my dissent
to the opinion given by the Senator from Ne
vada No such interpretation was considered
by that committee
StewartWhat does it mean
Farwell That the party was in favor of silver
ver money at the market price of silver I
drew up the resolution as the Senator well
knows and it was perfectly honest and fair
I meant that the Government should buy silver
and coin it at the same rate as it would cost
the government
StewartThat is a mere quibble
Wilson of Iowa gave notice of an amend
ment providing that the treasury notes to be
issued for silver shall be legal tender for all
private debts within the United Stales
Farwell also gave notice of an amendment
providing that certificates be receivable for
provding cEttcates receivble cus
tom taxe and public debts and be legal ten
der jor all public and private debts The silver
bill was then laid aside and the bill in relation
to liquor imported into prohibitary states was
again taken up I
Evarts argued in support of it and in answer
to the constitutional objections urged against
it asserted that whatever state
police regula
tions can be exercised within the state are out
side of the jurisdiction of the general govern
ment The police regulations of the state could
not be bombarded from the outside under cover
of the exclusive power of Congress over com
Hiscock opposed the bill The bill was laid
adjourned aside without action After executive session
Presbyterian General Assembly
SARATOGA N Y May 21In the Pres
byterian general assembly today a resolu
tion urging Congress to pass the bill now
before it for an investigation of the effects
of intoxicating liquors was adopted A
resolution asking Congress to pass an
amendment to the interstate commerce
bill to enable states to prohibit or restrict
the liquor traffic was referred to
lquor trafc a com
mittee The annual report of the board of
foreign missions was read
Rev Dr Burrell delivered a lengthy report
on foreign missions The total receipts or the
board during the year was 174060 from
churches 211791 from Sabbath schools 3
OG2 from womans boards S3 0235 from lega
cies and 73120 from miscellaneous resources
Tbere was a decrease of if53749 compared with
last year and there is at present
a deficit of 00275 An urgent appeal
peal is made to the assembly
to study the report and say why so great a fall
ing off in the receipts has occurred geat strong
synods have not done as well in proportion as
the weaker ones Kev Dr Elllnwood secre
tary advised a system of weekly subscriptions
and several otner spirited addresses were
made The recommendations of the board were
When consideration of the publication board
matter came up Dr Agnew of the board said
there had been considerable misapprehension
on the part of the special commitce At tho
llrst meeting called only three members of the
publication board could be present and the
special committee sat as an inquisition and re
fused to give the date on which they based
charges Simmons sent a circular all over the
land asking questions answeis to which were to
be considered confidential as to the prevailing
dissatisfaction with the board We assured
Simmons we did not propose to vote
as a joint committee and not to
overrule his committee by our greater number
The special committee has misunderstood us
and this has prevented confidence In its re
port are many misrepresentations doubtless
unintentional We never saw it until tho meet
iiigo of the assembly Regarding the state
ment of the special committee that a responsi
ble firm has offered to do the work for a less
price than the board does Dr Ag
new said the board tried all that twelve
year ago when they gave the work to tho three
lowest bidders Since then fifteen responsi
ble Philadelphia houses had bid for the work
and in each case i was higher than we are now
Dr Agnew went on to defend the publication
board at great length and in a spirited manner
He censured the special committee for making
serious changes uf implying carelessness or
crookedness without careful Investigation He
asserted that a proper investigation would
show the publication board was right
After considerable further discussion in
which Dr Herrick Johnson of Calcago and Dr
Howard Crosby took part Mr Grahams mo
tion yesterday for the appointmentof a commission
mission to investigate the matter was adopted
Charities and Corrections
DALORE May 2The seventeenth Na
tional Conference of Charities and Corrections
ended tonight Rev Oscar McCulloch of In
dianapolis was elected president Among the
vice presidents Rev M W Reed of Denver
Mrs J JL S Spear of San Francisco A L
Walsh of Denver is among the secretaries
The international conference to be held at Chi
cago in connection with the worlds fair i
looked forward to with much interest At the
closing session tonight Cardinal Gibbons made
an interesting speech on the work of the organ
ization and kiev F H Wines of Illinois re
sponded to Baltimores farewell address
American Baptist Publication SQcIety
CHICAGO May 21The annual meeting of the
American Baptist Publication society began
here this morning
The report of the board of managers was
read at great length I showed that during
the last forty years the average annual in
crease of membership was Gl000 and it was
pointed out that the publication society was en
gaged in training these converts by distribu
ting religious literature The receipts in the
book department during the year were 517
8S4miscenary department 125114 Bible de
partment 32510 Total number of publica
tions 33093700 a gain of 227380 over the pre
ceding year The financial statement shows
the net assets to be SSJ7456and that the society
i much more than selfsupporting
Contractor J W Collins All Ripht
KANSAS CITY May 211 dispatch from Beat
rice Neb says J W Collins the railroad con
tractor reported to have been killed in Nevada
i alive and well In Tacoma
Honey Market
NEW YORK May 21Money on call close at
Prime mercantile paperD7
Sterling exchange quiet steady COday bills
488 demand 485K
NEW YORK May 2iBar silver lO04
New York General Market
NEW YORK May 21 Hops Firmer
Coffee Option closed steady ISfiyio points I
higher Sales 57500 bags May W501675
June 16401GBO July 1015 < ie65r August
151520 September 16IBI5 Spot din
firmer fair cargoes lOJjc No 7 flat dean
l 8
SugarRaw steady Sales cargo musca
vadoSOtebt at 2Jic and Refined easy
off A 5S0J6 standard A 5 1515
Copper Dull lake Bay 1505
iLead Irregular closed steady domestic
TinSteady straits 2110
Stock Exchange
NEW YORK May 21hel stock market was
again very active and feverish today with a
general downward tendency Though it Wa S
not until the last few minutes of business when
a determined rfd was made that any material
impression was made upon values The close
was very active and decidedly weak at lowest
Governments dull
NEW YORK May 21 Petroleum opened
steady spot 91 June 04ii June advanced
to 05a The market then became weak Spot
declined steady to 93 June 03I4 The market closed
Boston Quotations
BOSTON May 21 Closing quotations 1
Atchison Topeka Santa Fe 47i Burlington 1i
108 Mexican Central common 27J Mexican
Central bond scrip Mexican Central first
mortgage bonds San Diego 24
Mining Stocks
NEW YORK May 21Alice 3 Brunswick
Consolidated e o Caladonia B H 8205
Eureka Consolidated 5400 El Cristo 5100
Horn SftrerfaiO North Bella Isle 8115
N Commonwealth J135 Ontario S4000 Ophir
350 Plymouth S300 Phoenix Arizona 1125
Savage 8150 Sierra Nevada 8115 Suiter
Creek 5150 Union Consolidated 5210
Morning Railroad Stocks
4s Coupon 122 lOregonNavigationlCG
4V4s Coupon Transcontinental 47Jf
Pacific < 5s 116 Pacific Mail45
CentralPacific3l Rock island05
Burlington100 St L Ic S F 35JS
Rio Grande1134 St P Je O 35U
Northern Pacific SSJtiTexas Pacific23
Preferred S55L Union Pacific66
Northwestern 1137s Fargo Express 45
NY Central lCOHi Western Union SO
Afternoon Railroad Stocks
U S 4s n 122 NortheraPacific 37
U S 4s coupons 122 Preferred34
11 S 4145 reg l029Northwestenn 115
US4btscoupons L03i4Prefenrcfi 115
Pacific 13s 1111 N Y CentraL 109
Am Express 118 1Oregon
Can Pacific8lOgn Navigation 10634
Can Southemn 53 Ogn Short LineS 50
Central PaciUc 3534 Transcontinental 47
Burlington 1ly7i Pacific Mail4334
Laekawnoa Reading41334
D H Rock Island
Erie 281 St
Kansas Texas 16ii SlPaul Omaha 315
Lake Shore 111 Texas Paclflc 2334
Louisville Nash 90 jnion Pacific
Slicb Central39 fargo Express
Missouri Paclfie 75 iestemn Union 5
urn Cotton Oil 2234
Chicago Wheat
ChICAGO May 21Wheat active Opening
weaker and for July Pji5c lower eased off a
trifle more and then became strong and ad
vanced with numerous fluctuations 211c above I
the inside figures Advance accompanied witt L
some excitement and fluctuationrapid Latei
eased off gradually l34c and closed 34c highet
than yesterday May and June both close
a bout the same as yesterday August and fir
f erred deliveries all shared in advance whirl t
would indicate buying largCly on bad crop new I
a nd fears that the next crop may be disappoint
l ug Receipts 507060 bushels sbipmcnts SO
0 00 bushels
Chicago Produce Market
CHICAGO May 21I 15 p m close Wheat
Easy cash June 95 July 94
Corn Steady cash 337i June 3334
July 36A4I
Oats Steady cash 27 June 27 July 67a
Pork Quiet cash and June 1300 July
Lard Dull cash 0163617 June 6i734
G20 July 62740630
Rye Quiet S2
Barley Quiet
wmsicy W
Shoulders 510521
Short clear iieo570
Short ribs 52o530
Liverpool Grain
LIVERPOOL May 21 Wheat Steady holders
offer moderately
Corn Quiet unchanged
Chicago Live Stock
CHICAGO May 21 Cattle Receipts 17000
dull 5 to 10 lower Beeves475520 stockers
and feeders 300420 steers 3GO470 Texas
steers 190375
Hogs Receipts 32000 lower Mixed 30GZj
41ft heavy3U5 117U 1 light 39CU3j
Sheep Receipts 2000 steady slow natives
4CC6v0 western 4 5CCOO Texans 4000530
Slavin Posts a Forfeit
Special to THE HERALD Examiner Dispatch
LONDON May 2lrank p Slavins
backer posted 500 forfeit yesterday at the
Sportsman office and issued a challenge to
light Jem Corbett in England or America
for 1000 and will give Corbett 100 for ex
penses to light in the Pelican club or will
accept 100 to go to America If Corbett
accepts Slavin will be ready to fight in six
months from signing the articles but will
not leave for America until Corbetts
backer puts up a forfeit of 100 pounds and
agrees to forfeit that amount if be refuses
to arrange a match after he arrives in
Fonght Fortyeight Rounds
CHICAGO May 21 Tommy White and Billy
Brcnnan local light weights fought fortyeight
rounds at Pine Station Indiana today White
was knocked out Both men were badly pun
In Twentysix Rounds
BUFFALO May 21Frank MeHuRh of Cin
cinnati and James Kennard of St Paul kids
fought tonight at the Arlington club McHugh
1 being knocked out lathe twenty sixth round
Miss Clara Ward Marries One of
the Belgian Nobility
Forever 111 Repute of the Family Into Which
She JIarrles The Guests and
the Wedding Presents
Special to THE HERALD Examiner Cable
PARIS May 21The papal Nunciature was
was well filled yesterday at noon the attraction
being the wedding of Miss Clara Ward of De
roit to Prince Joseph Caraman Chimay son of
he Belgian prince and foreign minister Lord
ytton the British ambassador andMrWhite
law Reid the American minister to Franco
were the witnesses for the bride and Baron de
Beyens the Belgian ambassador to France and
he Due de Fczensac for the bridegroom Lord
ytton stood at the left of the altar with Mr
iameron and Baron do Beyens at the right With
her stepmother stood the bride
The latter is a very handsome young woman
and young enough to bo her husbands daugh
ter The bridegroom Is a tall finelooking man
very dark with a hooked nose His full name
is Joseph Marie Anatole Elie de Riquot and ho
Dears the title of Prince of Caraman He Is
thirtytwo years of age On his fathers death
which seems pretty close he will become a
grandee of Spain of the first class The bride
looked quite childish She was dressed in sink
brocade spangled with pink beads and em
broidered with silver Among the people pres
ent were ConsulGeneral Rathbonc Countess
Greffulhe sister of the bridegroom Mrs Ton
rens Mrs Ward young Ward the Duchess do
Luyres and the Duchess de Sagan
Tho papal nuncios part of the ceremony con
sisted in asking the bride with great solemnity
whether she renounced for good the heretical
Protestant religion The bride assented with
considerable vigor After this the chaplain
finished the ceremony Considerable pity was
felt among the assistants at seeing the young
and beautiful girl entering the family of the
worst debaucher of Europe The sacrifice was
accompanied immense pomp and as much
ceremonial as in the case of a royal wedding
The old Prince de Chimay looked thoroughly
worn out with loose living The scandal which
was provoked a year ago by his marriage to a
young girl was not forgotten
Miss Ward is a native of Detroit and her
father dying his widow went to Canada where
she married a Mr Cameron There Miss Ward
was Introduced to the best society at the com
missionergenerals of Canada She was intro
duced to Prince Joseph
Mrs Cameron mother of the bride wore a
costume of moss green velvet richly embroid
ered with colored garlands in Louis XVI style
made in long casaque over a petticoat of the
palest brocade with embroidered waistcoat ol
white satin and a jubol of lace about the throat
Her bonnet was gold lace and feathers
Comtesse Greffulhe sister of the groom wore
an exquisite toilet of pale salmon pink the
front covered with point lace with long flowing
sleeves of pink crepe do Chine which fell to
the floor over close sleeves of lace that came
down over her hands almost concealing her pale
pink Suede gloves A Medici collar of deep
crystal pink with lace at the throat pearl jew
els her dark hair crowned with a wonderful
combination of pale pink crepe feathers pearl
pinks and a veil of pink tulle overall completed
this remarkable toilet
The little sixyearold daughter of Comtesse
Greffulhe accompanied her mother In a corres
ponding costume of pink silk covered with lace
nnri ix InrfTR stmw hnt ivith n mass nf ninlr hath
ers Set far back on her brown curly hair
Princess de Chimayistepmother he groom
who is young and looks like an ivory miniature
wore a sky blue silk costume with gauze ruffles
and a wreath of pink roses and tied with black
velvet ribbons as a bonnet
Princess Eugene de Caraman Chimay wore a
blaclrdress with heliotrope trimmings and bon
net of aubergine trimmed with roses
Princess Pierre de Caraman Chlnray wore a
toilet of clear lilac satin with silk knots of the
same color and alOne colored bonnet
Comtesse Geraldini sister of the groom and
demoselle dhonneur wore a simple a dress
of rose pink silk with wide binding at the side
and turned up A large hat covered with pink
feathers and gauze The other sister and
cousins Comtesse and Genevieve Felice Alice
and Emllle de Caraman Chimay wore blue
mauve yellow and white
Mrs Eber Ward and sisterinlaw of the
bride a tall fair girl with clear cut features
wore a costume of rose colored silk with high
puffed sleeves the front being fine embroidery
m cold and silver and pearls On her head was
a tiny bonnet made of two bands of gold with
bunches of small pink feathers in front and
Mrs George Torrens of Toronto stepsister
to the bride was attired in a long robe of apri
cot yellow brocade with satin sleeves embroL
dered with silver and crystal She wore a
Medici collar lined with white feathers and a
bonnet trimmed with butterflies and pansies
Mrs Whitelaw Reid wore a costume of helio
trope silk with silver embroidered sleeves and
a bonnet of the same combination
Mme Hector Fabre wife of the commissioner
of the Dominion of Canada was dressed in sil
ver gray brocade with embroidered front cov
ered with spangles Medici collar embroidered
with velvet and lined with white feathers high
sleeves of brocade spangled with silver
Among the most innumerable wedding pres
seats receival from members of the two famil
ies and their friends were a diamond necklace
and earrings from Prince De Chimay and
another diamond necklace and magnificent
corsage decoration in diamonds and pearls
Countess Greffulhe gave a pearl necklace
and large diamond crescent
The newly married couple after congratula
tions in the reception room of the Nunciature
left Paris for the chateau De Chimay at Chi
may a town on the frontier of France and Ger
many where they will remain for present
Later on they will occupy a hotel m Paris
Mr Alexander Cameron stepfather of the
bride will soon return to Toronto Canada
while Mrs Cameron and Mr and Mrs Eber
Ward will remain for the present hi Paris
where they have taken a hotel for the season
The German Army Bill
BERLIN May 21The budget committee of
the reichstag continued consideration of the
arm y bill today The minister of war ex
painedto the committee that the bill aitr2 to
five a military training to all men fit for ser
vice After the bill was passed 37000 additional
men would be available General von Falken
stein chief of the department of general war in
the Prussian war oflice replied to a question
and said that the reduction of the term of com
pulsory military service to two years was im
possible at present
In the Honse of Commons
LONDON May 21The house of commons in I
committee passed the budget
Fate of an Unfaithful Wife
JESSUP Ga May 21Last night the propri
etor of the Littlefield house discovered his wife
and Sheriff McCall In a compromising situation
drew a revolver and shot both dead
The Yaqni Campaign Ended
CITY OF MEXICO via Galveston May 81
General Hernandez commanding the troops
operating against the Yaqui Indians arrived at
Guuymas yesterday reports the campaign
virtually ended The steamer Corrigan brought
three Chinamen to Guaymas yesterday prob
ably bound for the United States
An Embezzler Arrested
WATERBURY Conn May 21 George W
Roberts bookkeeper and confidential manager
of the Smith Griggs Manufacturing company
has been arrested for the embezzlement ol
Original Packages In Maine
LEWISTON Maine May 21The original
package business were begun here yesterday
A car arrived containing barrels and kegs or
beer consigned to a local dealer who took them
to his store without interference of the
authorities The New Hampshire brewery
agreed to assume all the costs of any test case
Killed In the Calamet and Hecla
CALUMET Mich May 21Five miners
Italians were killed bv rock falling on them in
the Calumet and Hecla mine today
Snow Sheds Crushed
SACRAMENTO Cal May 21A number ot
men working near Emigrant Gap this morning
repairing sheds ahd removlngsuow were buried
by a snow slide which crushed 1500 feet ol
heavily timbered shed The men escaped seri
ous Injury though several were badly oruised a
I The track was blocked for five hours

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