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OGDEN DA ILY COMM ERCIA OGDEN, UTAH, TUESDAY MOUNlNr,, MAY 5. 191. VOLUME V. NUMBER 27. Resolutions will L offered at tie conference proposing, first, that the Ameri- ALL FOR EIGHT HOCKS can Medical dfex.uUoa extend to to the medirsl profession ot the republics and colonic on this beaiiephere aa invitation to assemble in the United Ktate aa international American medical confer- Funeral of the First of May It Now Appeals Meekly to ence during the Columbian exposition Chk-ago- , Victims at Fourmfcs. PuMie Opinion. and, second, that the committee oa nomination be instructed to nominate one member from each state and one from each army, NINE COFFIN'S IX LINE. WANTS THE FIGHT TO STOP. and territory navy and marine hospital service, who shall comprise committee w ith power to act, to which shall be referred all Blaine's Eeplj to Maruui BaJiui Has questions reining to a permanent or- Another Striker Killed ia the Coke Labor Trouble ganization of the proposed congress. Region Apparently Knocked Out F.lsrhere. His Wind. A Hatch ITALY FEELS INJURED. Washington, May 4. It does not pear in the judgment of the state apde- - quite Rudini to Marquise Imperiali, who i now me representative ot Italy in tba United States, published this morning, bad changed the situation f r Letter In the first place the not ia or worse. not addressed to Secretary Blaine and it ia safe to aay ita tenor would have been entirely different if it hod bwo, nor was it intended to be shown to him. It ia regarded here as intended so!ely for "domestic oonsumptior," being rather cleverly calculated to inspire the Italians with the idea that their government ia pursuing a vigorous policy. While taking advantage ot the diplomatic vagueness of expression and foim to prevent the United States frem taking any grounds for resentment, for of course Secretary Blaine can take no notice of the communication for, as it ia expressly stated, it ia not intended for his perusal. There has been no correspondence between the two governments since Blaine's note of April 11 th to Imperial!. The next step taken by this government will probably be in the shae of n epistle founded on the report of the district attorney at New Orleans in regard to the nationality and character of the dead Italians. Touching the position ot Porter, our minister at Home, nothing has yet been done by Secretary Blaine. SORE BUT DOCILE. Italy lias Cooled Down After All Its Warlike Kantinf?. Rome, May 4. The green book on the New Orleans lynching comprises twenty, four dispatches, dated from March 14th J to April 29th It shows that the Italian gcverument from the commencement persevered in asking that criminal proceedings be taken against the lynchers, and that indemnity be paid to the families of the victims. The expression in recurs "brought to justice" the official dispatches aa well as in Baron Fava's private letters. The principal communications have already been published. - After Blaine's note of April 14, the volume concludes with a telegram from Marquis de Rudini o Marquis Imperiali, the text of which is as follows: "I have now before me the note addressed to you by Secretary Blaine April 11. Its perusal produces the most painful impression upon me. I will not stop to lay stress upon the lack of conformity with diplomatic usages displayed in making use, as Blaine did not hesitate to do, of a portion of a telegram of mine communicating to him in strict confidence, in order to get rid of a question clearly defined in our official documents which alone possess diplomatic value. Nor will I stop to point out reference in this telegram to mine of March 24, that the words 'punishment of the guilty' in the brevity of telegraphic language actually signified only that prosecution ought to be commenced in order that the individuals recognized as guilty should not escape punishment. "Far above all the astute argument remains the fact that henceforward the federal government declares itself conscious of what we have constantly asked, and yet it does not grant our Blaine is right legitimate "demands. when he makes payment of indemnity to families of the victims dependent upon proof of a violation of treaty, but, we shrink from thinking that he considers that the fact of such violation still needs proof. Italian subjects acquitted by American juries were massacred in the prisons of a state without measures taken to defend thorn. What other proof does the federal government expect of violation of a treaty wherein the constant protection and security of the subjects of the contracting parties is expresely stipulated? "We have placed on evidence that wo have never asked anything but the opening of regular proceedings. In regard to this, Baron Fava's first note, dated March 15th, contained even the formula of a telegram addressed on the same day by Blaine, under order of President Harrison, to the governor of Louisana. Now, however, in his note of April 14th, Blaine is silent on the subject which is for ua the main point of controversy. We are under the sad necessity of concluding that what to every other government would appear to be an accomplishment of strict civil duty is impossible to the federal government. "It is time to break off this fruitles controvery. Public opinion, the sovereign judge, will know how to indicate an equitable solution of this grave problem. We have affirmed, and again affirm our first right. Let the federal government reflect upon its side if it is expedient to leave to the mercy of each state of the union, irresponsible to foreign countries, the eflloiency of treaties of its pledged faith and honor to other nations. "The present dispatch is addressed to you exclusively, not to the federal govYour duties henceforward ernment. are solely restricted to dealing with current business." . Medical Men Convene. 4. A movement is on foot by certain delegates to the American Medical association, which meets here in a tew days, to bring about closer relations between the members of the profession in the American republics The proposition has the cordial endorsement of the secretary of state and other officials of the government. Washington, May Father LmuI, r pow-- catholics U tLe rr,fK.n. lL H- - adu s itrk. aMi PRICE FIVE CENTS. usM.g wirrnJ suc;:. ll.it l tueu ret urn to After the Students. 4. -- The governeg, M TLe fali y 197,-000,0- 0. No Use for oar Expert. groups probation and women. Trie tensiou of feeling may be judged from the fact that the military is hailed w ith cries of "Vive Prussia!" Constans today, after replying in planatory terms to the questions as to the Fourmies affair and giving his version of the matter, holding that neither the governor nor the troops were to blame for the disaster, was astonished to foe lioche, a deputy rr rtenting the Seventeenth electoral district of the Seine, spring to his feet and fiercely shout "murder." sensation followed. tremendous Finally pence was restored and the chamber voted that Roche should be excluded from any further part in today's session and that he should tie declared censured by the chamber for the term be has applied to the minister of the m'erior. No sooner was this action decided t'pon han Roche again sprang to his feet and shaking his fist at those of his associates who have beet most active bringing about his proposed expulsion and censure the angry deputy yelled "you are a lot of variets, worthy of your master." This was more than tbo presiding officer could submit to, so he ordered Roche removed by force from the chamber. This was eventually done amid one of the wildest scenes ever witnessed in the chamber of deputies. The chamber then, by a vote ot 35(i to 33, declared its confidence in tee government. A , London, May 4. Chaplain, president of the board of agriculture, in an interScenes at Fourmies. view today said that Secretary Rusk's Fourmies, May 4. The situation here new rules for the inspection of cattle for The greatest excitement is export would not affect English regula- today grave. the town and vicin- tions for admission. He expressed himself thoroughly satisfied with the reports of Expert llolman as to the deseased condition of American cattle at Dept-forand has attached little importance to the opposite decision of Dr. Way, the American government expert at Dept-foreven though it was supported by Dr. Williams, the principal of the royal veterinary college of Edinburgh. He stated that Williams in 1879, pronounced a cargo of American cattle f w from disease and afterward it was found to be diseased. Hard on Pool Sellers. Cincinnati, May 4. Judge Perkins today in bis charge to the grand jury of Kenton county, Ky., in the cases of the Covington pool sellers, said that under the recent decision of the court of appeals selling pools on races was no! gambling, lie also said that pool rooms were indictable for nuisance, but that a nuisance under the law must be continuous and he therefore said arresting pool sellers for each pool sold was according to law. Indians Are Not Fanners. St. Paul, May 4. A Pioueer-Pres- s Black River Falls special says: After three successive failures at farming, the Winnebago Indians have made up their minds to abandon farming, and will make no further effort to raise anything this A visit to year on their reservation. their farms finds them all neglected. If the Indians are ever civilized it will be by some other method then by presenting them with a series of sandhills. All Awtul Fate. prevails throughout The actual state of feeling can be best judged from the fact that many leaders of the popular movement, the best known representatives of the labor party, started for Belgium for arms and dynamite for use against the troops here. Cavalry picket will be stationed all along the route of the funeral procession ot the victims of the May-Damassacre, for such is the term applied to the tragThe governedy by the people here. ment" sent two delegates here with instructions to make a thorough inquiry into the causes which led to the disturb-onc- e on labor day and into the action of the officers who ordred the troops to fire on the peopie. The funeral procession was very long, being participated in by a large number of workmen's clubs with red and black flags drapetfin black. The nine coffins were surrounded by the relAfter religious atives of the victims. services the clergy left and the socialists took charge, violent addresses being delivered. ity. y Fifty Thousand Brussels, May 4. The miners and iron workers strike in the Liege and Charleroi districts is complete and is spreading to the'Brainage district in the Men Out. province of Hainant. Fifty thousand men are out of work in central Belgium. There has been more rioting at Liege. Several more people were injured. In the Coke Regions. Unioxtown, Pa., May 4. Last night Superintendent Gray and the pit boss of the Leisiring No. 3, went to rescue two men who bad been at work and were being held as prisoners by the strikers. They were set upon and stoned. The men, when the deputies came to their aid, were fired on by the strikers. Superintendent Gray then ordered the deputies to tire. John Mahan, a sfriker, fell dead and another received a mortal Chattanooga, Tenn., May 4. Information reached here this morning of a terrible holacaust which occurred last night at Duck Creek siding, thirty miles south of this city. A kitchen on the construction train used in building the new road caught fire in some unknown manner, and four colored men, Kinjr Meadows, John Harvey, Will wound, At Leisenricg No 3 the men are better Kroner and Elder miles were burned to armed than at any point in the region. death. They have been drilling for the past Didn't Get to Canada. three weeks. Such preparations look New York, May 4. Edward E. Ged-ne- warlike and further 'rouble is feared in president of the North River bank, the neighborhood. The coke operators and Frank Ingersoll were arrested this report an increased number of men at afternoon and held in $15,000 bail each. work at the various works in the They are charged with falsefying the regions. The labor people are swearing ven quarterly report ot the bank, made in 1890. The complaint was made by the geance and more trouble may follow in receiver of the bank. The officials gave the next few hours. The coke company and the people charged with the shootbail and were released. ing refuse to talk on the matter. The was notified mid will investigate. coroner With Liabilities. Assignment Sheriff McOormick made Bradford At , 4. Lippon-cottJesse II. New York, May evictions this morning. It lessee of the American Graphone twenty-eigh- t and that a and president of the North American is reported there was trouble numlier of deputies were roughly assigned todny company, Phonograph with preferences amounting to 25,000. handled. Company E, Tenth regiment proThe liabilities are estimated at $500,000; to the Donnelly and Mayfield ceeded American The Grapho assets, 8400,000. of the McClure coke company is is plants affected it said, phone company not, to proeerve peace during this morning by the failure. the eviction at those points today. Convention of Machinists. Negroes and Italians Imported. Pittsburo, May 4. The third annual Mnv 4. The exDected sen convention of international association of machinists opened here this morning sation of the week is the promised im-e with 175 delegates from all parts of the portation of 7,000 workmen, mostlvne-groeand Italians. Last nightgRar. United States, Canada and mexico. n. w ifovt-rome- Party EucountmJa Storm pro-pat- ax-mcw- s U-- pre-'e- Ash-bu- g ot L - J i At UhldiG were greeted Volt-am.- t ? e cer-'taft- tj Frauoe Toward the Wall. Berlin, May 4. The work of isolating France commercially commenced by the commercial treaty, which has just been eicned and which is to last twelve years is progressing in a manner satisfactory to the originators of German-Austria- ner satibfactory to both" countries. tiie president and party ith a national salute, and ehowtre-ui'ii boquets by a party of children. The president the vhrorg briefly. The parly i !.hm1 through about noon aud at Dunsiuuir the president shook hands ith a large number of old soldiers ud thanked the citizens for his reception. Ashland, Orj., May 4. The presidential party arrived here abJUt 8 o'clock tonight and received an enthusiastic welcome. A seciul committee of the Oregon 6tate legislature boarded the train and welcomed the president to Oregon. After a short stop the journey was resumed. SIURTIXU NEWS. Reports From Various Rwei Through the Country. IK-It- AdPanama, May 4. via New vices from the city of a, Columbia, state that the and Gau.ia-loupbills threaten to slide on the city and the citizens are alarmed. The engineer's report shows the city is in imminent darker and already eome house nave been damaged and "the center of thecitv hs been undermined bv water. Regarding the tlxxls in Lunahu'ina district of Cbili and the Lima opinion of Nacionale he publishes a etter saying the beautiful valley of Lunahuunu had experienced a typographical change and what was before a delightful sfxit is no a desert. Fifteen erasers have leen continually at work eiuce the latter part of March, throwing out ma&ses of mud, which in it precipitate decent and with monstrous strength of current is carrying ruin in nil directions, end sweeping houpee before it, together with inhabi tant and cattle, vineyards, farms and irrigation works. All roads north and south of Luna-huan- a have beou oonverted into ditches, through which water is continually pouring, aud all communication between Canete and Chincha is interrupted, while the bridge across the river has been swept awuy. The numerous victims ho have suffered, tho deep de pression caused by the destruction of all irrigation ditches, the fact that it will be impossible to gather the remainder of th crop of grapes, and the tffut "the necessities of life. will reach famine prices, lead to tho suggestion that the government should take stepson behalf of its residents. Hundreds of families have been loft without their homes and are camping outon the hillsides. .MoiiM-rrnt.- ex- d ment La an w prVaUtiug Yesterday. the stud.sU from Loldug puo:,c u,rt-icg- , pubiitiLg tracts ,r otherwise of the wiitfious sect A RECEPTION IX THE RAIN U which tiey i Lt. Tli i bu extend to the work of Toui, w hiea deal w ita questiots of religion and ta.nilr relation The avowal tuJtus must besides Old Italy's Economy. Aruiy Comrade Grert the Presicribsd in tLeir paiporu, so a to Rome, May 4 It Las been decided dent tt Iuniiiuir and from motive economy that Italy w;ll tbeia ubuiucg government employnot take ofisial part in the Chicago exment, tstii lrots Connoted of j,n.ivt-inOirgou. go to &.ut;. position to which the Americans should take po exception as Italy had no official A Murdfrou Lawyer. RrrtDiso, Cal, May 4. President Har- part in the French exposition of 1S9. Pl'EBLO, Colo, May 4. Wi'liiarri M.tch-e!rison and arty made the tirt portion of The government proposes to suppress a projiiieut ai.,ruey, it ia jail aa a their journey in norihe.n California to- aiicwtry of poets and telegraphs and aii;t wi'h a deadiv weapon. day io s mud rainstorm, the tirst- they has withdrawn the offer of government charge of Mitchell vm in Perry's saloon, th s tiv had iu the Golden state. The aid .to the proposed celebratiod of i to tive flour- prei leLt arof early and was the only Columbus at Genoa. morning oa is u.i itshed revolver in a threatening manmember of the party b greet the croud ner, l'olwiuan F..rrU and McD.nough ' HiHt gathered about the tram at Eobert Lincoln View. werecalUl in. ami Mitchell, who is a! Tehama. Hd was loudly cheered and Lr.tDox, May 4. United States Min-it- r large, powerful mat), grve them hands with ali the people in reach. me Lincoln, at a meeting of the British hard work m arresting l.im. - lrew a ' At lod B.utT, a lare crowd was and Foreign bailors' Aid Society, today long knife when ttit-- eLtered the J.' ve aud Captain M;.tl?wk, an old remarked that he felt sure and made a vicious e;!ih at Ferns' army uotnraaa of tha president, intro- incidentally the Behring sea dispute would be settled duced hira to the people. abdomen, injur ng him slightly. a.nicably and honorably and in a man- gret-Us- Countries. Romt, May 4. The commercial treaty between Germany and Austria Hungary has beme the topic of comment by the press generally. In interested ulterioa continences it bids fair to become a matter of greatest concern to the people of the United Slates. It is announced that Germany and Austria-Hungarhave invited Italy, Switzerland and Belgium to join in a convention in Vienna for the avowed purpose of forming a coalition of the central European states against the protectionist countries. But why the states whose customs and tariff are so uniform for the purpose of protecting their interests as are those of and Italy Germany, Austria-Hungarcan give out as a reason for the proposed coalition, the protectionism of other countries, is a puzzle to those who have caref ully studied the situation. Il ia not yet known that Italy his contented to join the convention at Vienna. If she should it would seem that the political ties of the triple alliance are stronger than her commercial necessities, for among her bet friends, commercially considered, ere France aod the United Stales. Italy's exmrts to Austria and Germany have fallen from francs in 183.) to 181,000,000 francs in 1389, and in tho latter year France 1 n bought of Italy 104.000,000 francs. 1889 the United States bought 130,000'-00- KnuU-for- tojtbe motion, but id if Newfoundland would baas a measure Lu bill would be dropped. Lord Dunravea and Heracheil argued t hat the should the Kuutuford bill but Salisbury drop said the fovernmect bad entered into serious obligations with Franc Lieu must be carried. Kimberly's motion was rejected, as was also the motion by Hersebell that the Knutsford act continue ia fore only tor one year, eotu-merr- St. PrTEMst 11- I'ru-tection- time Lad been allowed. reaiU refused to sored HAS IIEAC1IED OREGON fcverr-- , Arranged. Chicago, May 4 Billy Myer will leave htreator for New Orleaos next Paris May 4. Details of the labor have immensely week to tight Andy Bow en before the trouble at Fourmi Olympic club on My 19th for 5A"0. heightened its political importance. Tb Bow en is now the favorite. He once as fact that woman, several children and in the Crescent City, having loet caste eihl men were killed on the epot, while by his defeat at Jimmy Carroll's fists, tweGty uere seriously wounded, several lie secured a verdict against the Cyclone fatally, gives the affair the character of at a previous meeting, but there were massacre. The soldiers were merely to stone throwing, but they remany incidents connected with the omit-w hich robbed the victor of much of -1 plied w ith successive volleys from rifles, the credit which would otherw ise have inflicting frightful wounds on the vicbeen attached to it- - This time they tims. The bouse exposed to the tire will ti.ht under the auspices of a club were riddled, and there u every sign that reckless and wanton inhumanity power Tul enough to insure fair play. was shown by the troops. A fcEM:RTE!) ( ol'XTIlY. Fourmies is practically in a state of TO SHUT OFF THE U. S. siege. Cavalry patrol the streets and with yells ot re- Natives Urivtti are everywhere Away by the Genniuy Will Make War on of men fioin excited esed J. n The track is in upward, one mile dash Hamlet won, Cashier second, Greenleaf third. Time, 1:41. Maiden upwards, six furlongs dash Princess Glenn won, Speth second, Sonoma third. Time, 4. LaxiNoroN, May fine condition. Three-year-ol- three-vear-old- s 1:17!4'- - s Free Handicap, upward, one mile and serty yards dash Trust won, Dr. KrSecond, Robespierre third. Tim. .4. Five furlongs dt!. -- Gorman won. Arkell Falora third. Judge second, Time, 1:03. Maiden nine niitevnth of a mile dash Saynor won, John Berkley seonud, Madden third. Time, 58. three-year-old- Blaine's Instructions to Porter. Washington, May 4. The following dispatch was sent by Secretary Blaine today to Porter, American minister to Rome: "The series of statements addressed to Marquis Imperiali by Marquis Rudini telegraphed from iome yesterday was published by the associated pressof the Lnited states todav. Thei only part of Rudini's communication wbiuh this government desires to notioe is one here quoted, namely: 'I have now before mo the note addressed to you by Secretary Blaine, April 14. Its perusal produces the most painful impression upon me, t will not stop to lay stress upon the lack of conformity with diplomatic- usages displayed iu making use, as Blaiue did uot hesitate to do, of tho portion of the telegram of mine to him in strong communicated confidence, in order to get rid of the question clearly defineid in our official documents which alone possess diplomatic! value.-- ' The tleffram of March 11, concerning w hose public Jfce Marquis Kudini complains. Our requests to the federal government were very simple. Some Italian subjects acquitted by the American niagistratos haye been murdered in prison while under the immediate protection of the authorities. Our right, therefore, to demand and obtain the punishment of the mur ders and indemnity for the victims is unquestionable. I wish to add that public opinion is jcstly impatient, and if concr to pro.isions were not at once taken, I eh mid find myself in the pt.inf ul necessity of showing openly our dissatis faction by recalling the minister of his majes y from the country where he is unable to obtain justice. Signed Rudini. "The intimation of Marquis Rudi ni that the telegram in question was delivered in strict confidence is a total error as the telegram expressed the de mand of the Italian government. It was impossible that Marquis Rudini could transmit it in strict confidence. As I already was it stated, to me in person communicated written liaron in rava, by in English in his own hand writing. without the suggestion ofprivacy.and the telegram itself has not a single mark upon it denoting it to be of a confidential character. I have caused a number of copies of the telegram to be forwarded to you today in fac simile. The usual mark for italic printing was used by me under four lines, and they appear in the copies. You will use the fac simile in eucli manner as will most effectually prove tho error into which Marquis Rudini has fallen. the scheme. It hus already been announced that Germany has opened nego-tatiowith Russia with a view to arin the ranging for Russian projected commercial nnion. At first sight that appeared improbable but under the German-Austria- n treaty provisions were made for treating with other powers reciprocally, both countries being able to offer Rusia the benefits of differential tariff. Todoy it is definitely announced that negotiations for a commercial treaty between Germany and Russia have been commenced, and that Russia promises to treat matters with liberality if the German government will support Russia's proposition to abolish the interdiction at present placed by the treaty of 1841 (confirmed in London in 1871 and ia Berlin in 1878) upon tho passage of war ships through the Dardanelles. The stand which Russia has taken in this matter was due to the fact that two Russian vessels belonging to the volunteer fleet and loaded with military workmen and material on their way to , the eastern terminus of the Trans Siberion railroad, were stopped A Hurricane's Visit. recently in the Dardanelles under the Ky., May 4. Saturday evenPadccah, provisions of the treaty referred to. ing a hurricane with heavy rain and hail struck this town and in a few minutes the streets were rivers of waters. The Corn Combine. Germany's railroad freight depot, colored people's Berlin, May 4. Dr. Von Boetticher, schoolhouse and freight office were unin the En Reichstag today, replying to roofed. The newly built Third Street the question as to how the government Methodist church was picked up and intended to relieve the presure being into the middle of the street, a dropped felt by the people owing to the high confused mass of debris. Several mills price of corn, said it was impossible to were more or less damaged. Over a hundiscuss the matter pending the com- dred buildings were either totally mercial arrangements being made with wrecked, moved from their foundations other states. or unroofed. Mr. Henry Meyers and three children Has Entered the Churches. were badly cut by broken glasB. Wesley Liverpool, May 4. The intiuenza is Orr was buried under an overturned spreading alarmingly here. A number wagon and suffered internal injuries. of clergymen are ill with the malady His little sou was also badly hurt. and at many of the churches services Several others are reported injured. could not be held yesterdap in conse- The storm lasted until midnight quence. It has beeu found necessary to close the Woolton convalescent institute Beet Snjrar Plant. as the whole staff of doctors aud nurses Iowa, May 4. E. II. Makshallton, are prostrated with influenza. Dver &. Co. beet sugar manufacturers with eastern of'C difornia, Arrested lor Fraud. capital, have completed negotioations Boston, May 3. Andrew A. Meyer and for the immediate erection hereof the Benjamin Walker, respectively treasurer largest beet sugar plant in the west. and director of the Eastern invostment The capital is $550,000 with a daily company, which concern was ordered to capacity of 400 tons. The factory is to suspend business in this state last Satur- he ready for the fall crop. This is the day, were arrested this afternoon on a first sugar beet plant in Iowa. charge of conspiracy to defraud. The New Fomidland Controversary. charge is made by one of the stockholders of the company. Tnvnnv fv 4. Tn the house of lords today. Lord Kimberly moved, in view of Taft's Condition Low. tKfl 'Newfoundland assurance that the Sah Dieoo, May 4. Up to noon today coloncy would pass an act for the due there was no porceptible change in the enforcement of treaty stipulations France and Great Britain, that condition of His Tart. the house ought not go into a committee physicians are not so hopeful of his on the Knutsford Coercive bill until a Vladi-vostock- Hld n Na9Htille, May 4. Two-yeir-oU- half mile dash VTautauga w or. Quean Isabella second, Bessie Bisland third. Time, 52). s upward, five furlongs dash Maud 8. won, Creole second, Par apet third. Time, 1:03. s upward, seven furi, longs dash Queer Toy won, Koko Lady Lee third. Time, upwaru, mne ana dash Fayette won, Bradolette secono", Kred Fink third. Time, 1:55. s niaiuen upward, eleven sixteenths of a mile dash Captain Ruby won, Hob McCart second, Sara third. Time, 1:11V. s upward, five furlongs dvn Milt Younz won, Royal Flush eer ond, Miss Mary5 third. Time, s upwards, seven furlongs dash Blue Veil won, Atticus second, Lemotine II. third. Time, 1:'J9. Three-year-old- lnree-year-old- 10. xuree-yeur-oiu- sec-ow- one-eigh- th three-year-old- Three-year-old- Three-year-old- Yesterday's Base Ball. Pittsbuko, May 4. Errors, eepecislly Millers, gave Chicago the game today. Chicago 4, Pittsburg 3. At New York, Boston the Bridegrooms today in well played and interesting Boston game. 3, Brooklyn At Philadelphia, 2. The Phillies suc- ceeded in defeating New York principally through Thornton's superior work in the box. Philadelphia 9, New York 3. At Cleveland, Cincinnati could do nothing with their old pitcher, Viau, today. Cleveland 9, Cincinnati 3. At Boston, Boston 11, Washington 4. At Columbus, Columbus 6, Louisville 1. At Cincinnati, Cincinnati 1, St. Louis eleven. At Philadelphia, Athletic 9, Baltimore 9. Called at the end of the eleventh inning on account of darkness. to-da- y LIVELY GLOVE MATCH. A Pat McCue and Charles Cnshinar the Men In It. An agreement was made yesterday, well backed up in every way, between Pat McCue, of Milwaukee, and Charles Cushing of Montana, for a glove contest to take place at the Union Opera house some time between Thursday of this week and Tuesday of next weea. The terms are that the men are to spar rounds with legal gloves for twenty-fiv$100 and 75 per cent, of the gate receipts to the man making the finest record on points and 25 per cent, to the man who makes second best record. These are the men who had an unsat isfactory match at the Novelty the other night owing to a misunderstanding. The question to be settled is, which has the best wind and most science? These men are gamey and this exhibi tion will be highly entertaining to sport. ing men. e An Exciting Chase. Yesterday afternoon a party called up the city jail on the telephone and reported that a man had been seen a moment before trying to sell some goods which it was believed hncl been stolen. Officer Chase was im mediately starte' on a horse in pursuit, Wneu overtaken by the otlicer the man 6tarfed to ua down Hooper's lane from Lincoln ave nue. Chase who had by this time left his horse behind followed after him on foot but finding his man getting away pulled his revolver and shot at him several times. This had the effect of checking the thief who then tried to run into a private dwelling house. The occupants of the house when they saw him coming quickly locked the door which they had no more than done when the man fell heavily against it and tried to enter. By this delay Officer Chase was enabled to catch up with him and in another instant he had him by the neck. He gave the name of James White and will be given a hearing this morning.