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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                First Part Pages 1 to 8 VOL 212 SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SOTTDAY JTJ3STE S 1890 PRICE FJTO3 CENTS The Postofficc Site to Bo Settled fiarly in the Week VEST OPPOSES THE STATEHOOD BILLS ScrJotts Charges Preferred Coinmissjoijor Jntor Mlato Conunorce Jiopoit on t KutH ol tal Notes roiirtconth Street WASHINGTON Juno 7 1800 not yet considered tho Salt Laku postolflce but JH expected to arrive at a conclusion oarly in if wcok Tin papers In tho case aro and with General rocommemlaUnii will be carefully consid ered Tho PoHtmaMtorGcrioral said today that the irniUor would bo most carofully weighed and that ho should strive to reflect best opinion of the city and of tho Gov ernment to the to bo adopted Senator Vast to call up moat Inspection early In tho if silver Iri not disposed of This will the Territorial bills and tho movu will cloubt ICSH with that object Senator Yost Is a determined opponent of tho admission of Idaho mid Wyoming and pruinlsijs to in lurpoHCi every obstacle possible to their Tbo silver bill will bo considered by tho In advance of any other proposed A MfNISTHR ItKGAMiKD Juno Dispatch San KrarijiHco Chronicle is 10 ported hero that liaron fijiva the Italian Minister has been rcoallud by his Govern ment booauaool1 his sympathy with and on couragumort of tho padrone system and ills alleged connection with Lho Importation of contract laborers from Italy In violation of the lawn of the United HtatOM Nothing Is Icpofwi about tho matter at the State Io w aud It Is said thoro that no oom inl whatever has been made against the Cftjsar Jelso Worero an Italian philanthropist and agitator has been mak ing war on Kava M Is said for several years and lias repeatedly preferred charges against him to the Italian Government vVororo says that ho has cablo Information from Italy a recall was sent to Vava or three woulcs ago The Baron who Is a diguiliod old gentleman declined to dis cuss tho subject when called upon this af ternoon A LA NO OFIAVT DECISION WAKIIINOTOX Juno The Heiirutury of tho Interior rendered a decision In tho oaso of Samuel R Clillds of Los AngcUiS Ciillfonila land district vs tho Mouthorn Paclflo Kallroad In which bo denies Ohlldss motion Tor a review of the Departmental decision of October 8th IS8 Tn that doulsiou whleh is adherod to It was hold that in ease of private land claims of a within bugor outbouudarUrt only so rnueh of said largo tract Is reserved for the adjustment of siId claim as may be required for the satisfaction theruof and tho lauds within the largor outer boundar ies of urilocated claims of this are sub ject to tlio operation of the railroad grant at the date when it beeomes as to quantity annually required to satisfy saki claim On complaint of Consus Porlor tbo AttornoyGenoral this telegraphed the Attorney at Now Yoik to bogin proceodlngs agnliisit a colony of 100 Italians in that city refused to answer the questions of tho enumerator CHAIU1KS AOA1NST UAUst Koprosontatlvo Ooopor of iuularuv pro I fltniso a resolution referred to llules directing the Uom tco on Invalid to luquhe Into and report r tho Houso upon certain cluirpos regarding tlio mHiiagomcMii of tlio Bureau Among other things the resolution that the of rensLins recently by an unjust aud partial ruling advanced and caused to taken up out of order many thousands of elainis of ji certain residing in Washington and that in consideration tho attorney has become surety on a note of tho Commissioner for THK AfUVOATIONS Koferrlng to tho resolution Introduced in the House today by Representative Coopor of Indiana calling for an investlgatlon of the Pension bureau Commlsslonor Kauru this evening said that there has not boon a Bharo of stock of the UofriiviHatiug Company sold to any one connected with tho Pension Oiliw or with the prosecution of pension claims Thw Commissioner says most emphatically that there has not been so fur us ho knows any favoritism shown to ftny individual claim or attorney prosecut ing claims before tho htnoau There Is no foundation whatever for the statement that by recent and partial rulings any cases have been advanced and taken up out of their order A MIMTAUV TUM SIIKLVKD The Committee on Military Affairs re ported adversely the bill authorising tho Pivsldout toplftoo upon tho retired list of the army with the rank and pay of Urig jidierOenoral any General of the lato war Jn eommund when one or more battles were fought and won niul who was promoted for pall Jin t and moriiorious sotvice in the field nml who by assignment of tho President a military department or dls the Secretary of War and tho commanding general of the army oppose it Tho bill was iwlotkiitely postponed A Representative iMorrow of California to day prcsontccl in the House a protest from the newspaper publishers of Sau Franoisco the pussago of tho bill providing that secondclass after it has been once at the pound rate of postage shall when remallcdor returned by mail to tho publishers bo charged 1 coat for every four ounces RAILWAY The Interstate Commerce Commission sent to the Senate today a report upon tho in vestigation made by it under tbq Somite resolution directing the Commission to In auire Into fcho truth of the allegation that the long and short haul clause operated to prevent a reduction of the rate of trans portation of food products from the Missis sippi valley After synopsizing the testi mony collected the Commission discusses the reasonableness of the cost of freight transportation at great length smcl says rebates before tho act and the very ranch lower rates frequently put in force since fairly load to tho conclusion thattho existing corn and grain rates are so hijrh as to encourage frequent uucl hurtful changes reductions expedlentancl profit able to the roads which are never necessary to secure business Wo are constrained all trnesQ facts to believe that any rate or Frenter charge from the Missouri river than 37 cents toChicago and 15 cents tho Mississippi eiisti side is excessive and that e rates shoulcl lc so reduced and ad jested a reduction oJ 2 cents should be made stations west of tho Subraska and miss Ion siiys the rates ohgrain from Kunsas and Texas points a Konably high for the longer distances and grossly excessive and exorbitant for the shorter and should be reduced Wheat and Hour should boar the same rate which should not be more than 15 percent above the rates on corn and oats The rate on all grain than wheat should pay the saiiKJ ratcs as The grain rates from ibu and Minnesota should Ijo mod erated and adjusted This commission renews the recommenda of its annual report of the section of the act be so ameiukd as to provision for through carriage at through rates ALL tUlKI1 IX WISCONSIN Secnitftry Noble today received a tele gnini stating thsit Kelsuy thu agent at Uroin Hay agency bad taken charge of the aud no further trouble was anticipated GUIIiTY OF F An Indiana Mans Method of Bctit the Government DIs Kranclsco Chronicle Tbo jury In the United States District Court after being out all night this morning brought in a verdict of guilty againstLeo K Wilson a member of the legislature from Shylbyvllle who has been on trial for sev eral days charged with violations of tho pension laws Tim jury recommends tho defendant to judicial mercy and sentence The evidence brought out a nicer state of allairs Eleven women who had been pensioners once but bad been dropped from the rolls because they had remarried testllied that Mr Wilson had had their names restored to the rolls shown that In each of those cases a decree boon procured in Shelby court annul ling the marriage of tho petitioners to second husband The Arizona Campaign TOMISSTOXK Juno Kennedy Tenth United States Cavalry arrived here with sixtytwo colored troops from Fort Grant and ten Indian trailers They left for IHsbee thlsmornlng where they will bo joined by troops from aud go to tho front CJcvolurulTfc Summer Rotreat NKW Juno Grover Cleveland arrived at Marion this forenoon aud will spend the greater part of the summer thoro THE CHRIS JJLCICMCY ICMLYTO BECOME A TAMMANY I K A DISK Tho Shepherd of San Muy Ho Mado it SaeHom of York Over tJto IJloUl Yotiic Juno Dis Friinoiaco M liuckloy and suite includ ing 1 ookey Driscoli and Johtiny Chonowith have been on a very myterlous viylb to this city Buckley and his myrmidon stopped In tho rnosfc elegant rooms at tho llollman and llvo at tho rate of several hundred dollars a day Your corrospoudont has triedsev eral times to see tho but that kontlornau lias boon too busy to grant inter views to any bub local polltlcans These seen him in great numbers aud the nature of their long consultation was given to your last even ing by a gontloman who once resided for a time in California but Is now devoting hlai self to the pleasures of Now York life You will said he that when was hero a year ago ho had many talks with old friends among thorn some of tho most prominent Democratic politicians In tlio State regarding lils possible coining to New York At that time something of this leaked out and was published Jn the 1 had a talk with Buckley in a caf6 In whton he ttcknowlged that such overtures bad been maclo to htm and that ho was con sidering them Uuckley is an old New York bov mid keeps a very close watch on the polities of this city It has been known to his friends for sonio time that ho Is sighing fora broader Hold of netion that he feels It is practically impossible for him to have any groat say In National Democratic affairs he lives in California Ho had a talk with Governor lilll when ho was ois bis last visit and mutual friends havo since reported that Mill would welcome tho idea of the Blind Buekloy at that time ho had better let Now York allairs alone for thai time though ho maclo many strong alliances with prominent Tam many men Mis decision way made on tho srrength of representations made by friends that things then stood in Tammany there WHS uo hope for him taking the leader ship Uroker was then at the head of what was termed the New Tammany and ho with Btirk Ooohrano am Mayor Grant formed a trlunn irate which ruled Tammany and through that organisation tho city It was thought that Orokor was good for many years and things looked so prosperous for tho reorganized Tammany that Buckley said ho would stand no chance whatever liu looked over the ground very carefully thinking oven of leading tho demoralized county Democracy in opposition but at last saw that there was no opening for his gen ius and wenthome however things havo changed Tammany is without a leafier and is aemov ulUed Crokcr Is an Invalid hopelessly sn and tho investigating committee has shown up the great triumvirate in such a bad light that Tammany Is in a worse state than she has been since the days of Tweed Uutkloy has kept posted on the state of affairs and has come on to again look over the ground with a view of stepping into the breach and becoming a Tammany loader state this confidentially and havo the best reasons for knowing it Buckley has received scores of lottors from disgruntled Turn m any ites asking him to take hold aud he luis friends here them one of the City Justices who to my certain knowledge have boon writing him constantly ou this subject Buckley has been closeted with those people ovcrsinee his arrival and now is gone out of tho city for a few days just where no one scorns to know There is no one to lead Tammany for all who have tho ability have too many personal enemies Some man must bo found at once or the machine will goto pieces and the county Bumucracy eomo Oil top again If Buckley does not eomo to Now York It will be be cause ho chooses not to arid not because ho has not boon AFFAIRS IN SAMOA A Chief iAr ior Treason SAN FiiANCiscO Juno from Snuum by steamship state that United States Consul General Sewall arrived May 10th and given exceedingly warm greetings by the natives and other residents of the island May Sth was observed by order of King Mallctoa as a Thanksgiving clay and services were held at the various missions The lay was to commemorate tho peace established through the exertions of the throe great powers Chief Olo willbo tried for treasonfor stating thatMutJiufu the real of Samoa and that a letter from the iii which they appointed him had been sup arrested Mataafa wroteaPeremptory n6te to MalletoaVdoj manclingOlos release There was eoiisicK crablo friction over this but pointed outto Mataafa that ho noTight to address Maiietoa iusuch a fash Ion The people are troublc exists representatives tiTby ounVto assist y A BEAD iSSOE e Can Talk as He Wills but His Words are Sot Heeded THE SITUATION AT BERLIN An Ensinocrs BridgeTunnel Device and Goschen arc Politi cal WOJIKIU Achieves Mobbed at a Mooting BERLIN Juno by Now York Associated Von Caprlvi did not send a note to the powers nor did he communicate with any foreign representative except the Austrian Ern bassadot1 on tho subject of Bismarcks utterances in interviews with newspaper correspondents The alleged remarks of tho Prince to the effect that Germany was not bound by treaty to insist Austria in the event of war Russia over the struggle for dominance in the Balkan Peninsula caused Count Kal noky to inquire how far Uie Ernpcror and tlio Chancellor shared in this interpretation of tho responsibilities of the alliance Von Caprlvi in his response avoided a discus sion of such Interpretation and declined to attach any valno to the reported interviews with the retired statesman Bismarck has written to both Signer Crlspi aud Count Kalnoky correcting cer tain impuossions arising from those reports of Interviews The Emperor and his Ministers rocognlxe tho exClKincullors full right to a public expression of his views on state affairs through any medium he may choose Sug gestions have been given tho oillcial press to allude to Bismarck only when necessary and then to speak of him with unvarying courtesy as a stsitesnuui who has rendered1 tho greatest services to his country but whohas probably outlived bis capacity to guide tho affairs of the nation This ex actly represents tho attitude tho Emperor closires his Ministers to assume toware Bis marck Tho committee on tho army bill closed a complete change oC temper towards the Government proposals Before the Whitsuntide vacation Kichter alone openly opposed tho credit demands Now Doctor Wiiidthorst Bomvingsen and oven some con servatives of the commission declare tho country will nob support a continuous iu croasoln the military charges The frank admission ol1 of War thabho did know how much more money ho would be required to ask aroused remon strance on every side the Center party itrclssinigeivVolks partel and Socialists all combining to refuse to support unless it is accompanied bya provision for shorter compulsory military service It Is a critical period for the Government Before tho opposition of the commission became apparent the Government expected to pass the armybill aud close tho Reichstag during the first wook in July leaving tho labor bill until the autumn session Tho labor commission bill will not complete its discussion of the bill for several weeks Tho Government does not desire to pass the measure until it is scon how tho workmen bohave aiter the Socialist law in September It is improbable there fore that tho billwill take Its final shape until the otul of autumn Long before then an upheaval over the army bill may alter tho position oC tho Government Tlio Lower House of tho Prussian Diet to day rejected the clerical fund bill on its third reacting The report of Major Wissman published in the White Book today advocates tho erection of fortified posts at Tabora and Cinia and tho ostcblishmont of stations on the lakes on which ho says small armed steamers arc The White Book further gives the report of Captain Valette from Zanzibar stating that 33min Pasha witli his expedition is proceeding to Victoria assorts tho Minister of War in formed the Military Committee of the Ecichstag that marks would be necessary to bnild strategic railways A LONDON Juno San Francisco Cliromdc Bnnau Varilla an engineer who though only twentyseven yoirs ol1 age has already been decorated for tho ability he has shown claims to have discovered the best moans of communication between England and the Continent Before explaining his scheme it is well to recall the advantages and draw backs of the tunnel and the bridge The tunnel has the advantage of being easily constructed of being finished in five years of costing only of not obstruct ing navigation and consequently of not raising any International On the other hand it has tliQ Invincible opposition of thi English military autliori ttes and neither Parliament nor the public scorns lilcoly to alter its opinion so that scheme seems forever doomed Tho bridge scheme has not yot come be fore Parliament for the promoters are wait ing for the report of tho French oITlcial com mission before getting luconsession hero and before applying for one in England It is however cost some say three others or live times as much as the tun nel to tnke ten or fiCtecn years to construct and it might raise international difficulties M Runau Varilla has considered the great ciillienlties raised by both schemes which render their realization very remote He has combined and avoided the drawbacks of both in tho most ingenious way Ho proposes a pier or viaduct half a mile in length on each side of tho channel These arc to bo connected by tunnel with continuous rails the descent from tho bridge to the effected in a tube by the Qurf Eydoox or any other system serving for steep and vertical The distance from tho tho pierto the mouth of the tunnel will b3 only 100 yards Iv Is1 estimated not to cost more than the tunnel It will not obstruct navi gation or create any for the pillars of tho piers aro to bo 500 yards apart with a bight of SO yards and will be no obstacle to navigation The scheme can be carried out in six years It meets the strategic uifUeulties fw the tunnel termi nates out at sea on both sides and if con nection between tunnel is in temiptod a train cannot ascond or descend for wheh the tube is destroyed the tunnel is submerged Thus at the slightest warlike movement each power would be obliged for its own security and to avoid ruinous dangers to give up the use of May be calledtho mixed passage A real ixation of this scheme would naturally mean a fasionof the two on v TWO AMBITIOUS MINISTERS v The GovcrnmetitOrganthis mornim per gists in doniandiiig juicensiiig bill shalI not be tlio decision which was reached yesterday at the Cabinet be better put this asfde 1or thoJtUneiind the Land bill This was reached in answer to Ministers given preceden iKo personal oiic Wng of 1lie Purchase or the and striving Commons with siicceefiljiig to that responsible and arduous position when Smith shall havo iiuaily taken his deferred peurnife rind jrono upto do n the upperliouse This rivulry makes the men equailv disinelinedto vivf in to the other of an apparent weak ness in tile iyis ol the It seems rather an absurd fiuarrol but the hearts of tho iuuuuuus are in itIcumm now a new thirst for kiidersbip to Lord Handolph Churchill it he enUiLains a design of seising cpon that of J the Liberal party in the event of the defeat or demise of Mr lie nut the oniv mirti Avbo would nice to make a trial at fiilfngihe mcac place which Glaa stone would Jiuve but ho is pruijstbly the very least likely in tho world to stautt any chance ut getting into it is by a pretty lively Timothy In un loUev addressed to a friend the bishop says that it is snock iiiKaird to iiud public like IlarriiiLton making statcnunts fur the ex press purpose of deceiving the people IIOXOUS WOK 15V A WOMAN LONDON hi no young womanhas carried oil1 the highest honors at the Juno at Cam bridire The winner of the dis tinction is Miss Phillips FawueU who is brioketed as a superior of the male senior wrangler in MIC mathtmaticiil tripod Hlio is a daughter of tho late Professor Fawcett Two other young Field and MissLoaure were also among the wranglers AX ANTIIjICKNSB DEMONSTRATION A largo demonstration against the license bill was held at Hyde Pork today A large number ot temperance aud radical societies took part in the demonstration with bands and banners An immense throng cC sight sccis watched the procession It is esti mated that persons gathered aboub the platforms in thepark from which the various speakers addressed the crowd MONSTJ3U LABOR DB3tOKSTKAT10NT A demonstration was made today in Hyde Park It was estimated that mon wore m the procession that inarched to the park where fully more had assembled to take part in the meeting Upon leaving the park Sir Henry Havelock Allan in some way incurred the 111 will of tho crowd The mob made a iiish and nearly unhorsed him Tho police formed a cordon around him and by the free use of their batons kept back the infuriated work who threw heavy clods of earth at the officers and tried to break throughthe cordon A few arrests were made and Sir Henry finally cantered on escorted by mounted policemen A LOWS ISLAND SCANDAL Ten Ttaiffid People Visit the St Louis Track LAST BAY OF THE DENVER MEETING PRETTY MKS fcAMSON ELOPES WITH A They Took Advaiibigre of tJio Old Mans Prominent Minister Charged with Scandalous YORK Juno Dispatch Francisco stead Long Island was excited yesterday when leaked Marion Lamson had eloped with a stranger on Thursday nightcluringher husbands ab sence in Europe Mrs Larnson is one of the most beautiful women the hounds wiiib country clubs who hunt wily fox overthe hills aud1 dales Mrs Lamsoii Balti more was a groat favorite in fashionable Long Island society although having taken up their residence near Hempstcad months ago The Lamsons have only been married three years but their married life was not wholly honey and roses Phillip Lamson the husband is possessed of an independent fortune and has an uncontrollable desire to travel Six weeks ago Mr and bad a quarrel Mrs Lamson that her husband who Is many years her older took offence because she hunted with theSweJl set and proposed to sell A week ago a tall and ing foreigner got oil tho train at Hempstead and was driven to tho Lamsons cottage Sines then Mrs Lamson and the new arrival were seen constantly together Mrs Lamson and her unknown admirer whom she per sistently refused to present to her other friends stayed at the Lamson he is said to have sung the spiciest ofFrench songs to tho accompaniment of the mando lin on which instrument the fair Marion is a splendid performer On Friday night Mrs Lamson accom panied by heradmircr and her French in aid came to this city From the Grand Central Hotel Mrs Lamson sent a message to one of her friends early yesterday morn inT inform ing her that she was off for Californiawith and Marie her faithful maid In this brief epistle Mrs Lamson wrote that she no longer cared for her husband who she said had deserted She wrote in conclusion I tarn young and pretty my husband was old and cranky Be deprived me of my horses and of love thank heaven I have found some one at last in whom 1 can place implicit Moanwhile Mr Lainsou has been cabled to come home It is hinted that thehandsome stranger is attached of the foreign legations in Washington and that a suitor for the fair Marions hand long before she dreamed of becoming Mrs Lamson MARY AKtf AND THE MINISTER Tune Eov T Garter editor of the Mcthocltet cate who two years ago received the solid note of the South for Bishop is thedefend ant here in v church trial The charges are made by Swenoy pastor of the Jasper circuit and the E S Sampson In theirbill ofcomplaint they allege thatDr Carter while attending a district conference at Pleasant Church Marion county in and while walking in company with Mary Ann Ramsey now known as Mary Ann after the close of thenight service put his arms arouiid her embraced expressed great admiration and adeetion solicited her to permit Himto visit her in hr It is further klleged in the specifications that the Nelson womanaccepted his propo sitlon and that he room late at uight nnd visited her inher The last charge is and cor ruptlon of The allegation on May 7th last Carter induced Mary Aim Nelson that she said he was the man was with and that the man meant Mr Sampson also that Carter procured other witnesses to swear falsely that Samp son Avasjthe Sampson one of complainants and was Carters roommate at the time of the alleged offense Since adultery the worn art in the case b as been a disorderly ch aracter at Jasper altlrough atth at The trial isnow bn and a verdicfr will probably be The employe in Pratt tiie a canght an Dhe Overland Clubs cle Record Smashed The Ball to the Clubs DENVER June to Today was the last cli v of the Overland Park Clubs spring morning The weather was all that could be desired for racing It could not have beenbetter had it boon ordered for the purpose The attendance was with the exception of the opening day the best oC tho meeting A prominent band discoursed popular airs during tho after noon Tho tracks were exceedingly fast and the trotting the best of the meeting A great many diOicult decisions occurred dur ing the week but matters were satisfactorily adjusted by the judges rulings dur ing the meeting wore fair and impartial Mr W P Ijums the president of the Terre Haute Trotting Association acting as president judge during the meeting and making hosts of friends His decisions were forcible and just The meeting has been the best since tho organization of the club The interest in racing is greatly on the increase in this country and will see a vast im provement in the races and attendance First race Overland handicap sweep stakes for all ages S500 SlOO to second horse SSO to OHIO Benja min Justin aud Kesmit Ollio Benjamin Orst Justin second time Second nice running 850 to second horse one Jubilee Jack Brady Alea Patricia Miss Dolores Parnell and Dan Jubilee was first under tho wire but owing to the shortness of weight of Jubilee and rider the judges awarded first place to Parnell Jack Brady second time Third race extra selling purse S200 to second horse distance two furlongs Starters JonJon Mart Waldcn Bugle Chickasaw Receiver and BilJio Duncan JonJon the favorite in the pools was de feated running third Receiver won by one length Billy Duncan received second money Time Fourth race purse S700 open to all pacers Uncle Jack Bawlcy and Fred W were the starters Jack 111 Fred 322 Time Fifth race trotting purse S500 class Toby Time 322 Bunyan 233 BILT LETCAER WINS ST Lours June more ideal day for racing could not bo con ceived than favored tho patrons of tho bt Louis Jockey Club Cor the opening regular summer meeting Tho attendance was esti mated at The Derby was the big event of the day bat it was a preat disappointment There was bub one horse in far as qualities for a firstclass performance is concerned BillLetcher had all the chances on the re sult In the betting he was a hot favorite at 12 to 1 One won Mabel second Outlook third Time Wile and Boaz won Goldleaf second Vicar Time St Louis Fair Derby one and onehalf Letcher first The Bishop scc or d Grayson lib ird Time Fiveeighths of a Sweet won Average second Monte Eosc third Time and onequarter dead heat between Marie K aud Garter B Lulu B third Time Carter B won in the runoff AT LATONIA LATONIA Juno was the last day of the spring meeting Threeyearolds and upward Prince won Kobm Lake third Time Twoyearold fillies four and a half fur McGowan won Miss Hawkins second Marmora third Time Twoyearolds colts five land won Bowen second Ed Leonard third Time Sweepstakes for fonryearolds and up wards one Newcastle second Oatalpa third Free handicap sweepstakes for threeyear olds and upwards one won Moore second Clamor Time Handicap sweepstakes three year olds and and Huntress won Teuton second Glockner third ATMOKRIS PARK PARK N Time and oneeighth Daly won Watter son second Guard third Time Threefourths ofa mile Erndenheim won sec ond Vardco third Time Bowling Brook handicap one and one eMith won King Thomas second Tormentor Time All Breeze stakes seveneighths of a mile won Madstone second Belle Or third Time 101 Fiveeighths of a won Servitor second Windcutter third Time dtiemile and asixteenthrLittle Jim won Larie Smartsecond Vivid third Time Sporting No test BOISE Cm Idaho June to sparring entertainment given here Jack Dempsey of California Paddy Gorman the lightweight of Australia and Dave Campbell champion of was largely attended NEW YORK June jn WrnnoiscoChronicle Series 14The pro characierau jasper v time she wasliviuffiwith her p0sed fight betweenKilrain and McAuliffe whom the two ministers were stopping that Offered by the Puritan for a purse Offered by the Puritan The bigCaliforhian has fbiv a less than t S5000 jHe says rather meet IE Junie any Kilrairiwrote to of Charles that laevwais glad a mat AvAn 5 ft r also wrote would other meetings with1 Sulli van and expressed i i i nlace MWoC UC COUXU UUlCilU T the Exposition building It was a 100 m lie race and Spooncr made Uie distance in 5 hours minutes 45 seconds the best previous time beins 5 liours 59 minutes 40 seconds made by Spooner himself illmm Van Wacoiieiwas second by two feet ana C C IVabotiy a olose tliinl There were starters inchiriins N H Van Pickleu wlio retired at tho end of tho sixtyninth mile All the others except Spooner van and Peabody wero at taut time out of tho race A SCOTCH YACHT USATEN NEW YORK June The Larchmont Yacht Clubs spring regiitta was sailed to day The chiei i sue rest centered in tho race between the forty footers in which the Scotch yacht Minerva was entered The race was over a twentymile course The was beaton by the American yacht iliris by three1 minutes and four teen seconds but the time allowance re duced tho victory to thirtynine seconds The Territorial Liezisvxie PROVO Tune Special to The Salt Lake baseball team again de feated the Proves today by a score of eighteen to five tho battery of the former being too heavy for tho homo club In the seventh inning Ferguson of Prove scored a homo run winning much applause The Players Brotherhood Two games for one admission between the Brotherhood clubs calkd oui WOO people this afternoon were exciting and each club scored a victory V11IST GAME Philadelphia 0 1 1 030101005 Philadelphia 9 Boston S Errors Philadelphia 8 Boston Bulling ton ii ml Cross Kilrcy and Murphy Knight and Jones SECOND GAME Philadelphia 10100104 810 7 0000030 212 Philadelphia 15 Boston 15 Errors Philadelphia 5 Boston 2 Stnmdcrs and Alillipin Radbourue and Swctt Umpires Knight and Jones XEW TO11K The Giants Brotherhood won todays game by Van Haltrens wildness Attendance New York 0 1 4 0 2 1 0 0 0S Brooklyn 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 01 New York 11 Brooklyn 10 New York 2 Brooklyn 2 Kcefe and Van llaltren and Ualy Umpires Gunning and Matthews CLKVKLAND The Cleveland Brotherhood club outbatted the Bullalos today Attundaiiee 1000 1 0211401 111 Buffalo J 0012000 15 Cleveland 15 BulValo 1 Clove land 2Buffalo 0 OBrien and fjut clilVe Baldwin and FerKU sou and Holbort CHICAGO PittsbuiK Brotherhood won todays game in the eighth by hard hitting and clever baserunning Attendance 5000 ChicoKO JO 0304070 113 PittsbiirB 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 15 Chicago 13 Pittsburg 15 Chi 4 Pictsbiirpc 8 Dwyer Bars ton and Fnrrell Maul Calvin and Carroll Um Gallney and Barnes The National AT CINCINNATI The local Leftguc won todays srame by their superior batting und baserunuhig Attendance 23UO Pittsburg 0 001001002 Cincinnati 0 I 1 1 3 0 0 0 6 Jittsburp 7 Cincinnati 10 Pittsbiirp o Cincinnati 2 Baker and BerKCr Duryea and Kecnan McDcnuott The Brooklyn League club played two games hern this one boiujj the postponed gamii from yesterday jind tho succeeded m breaking oven 6SOO FIRST GAMI Brooklyn 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 04 Philadelphia 031000003 Brooklyn 5 Philadelphia Errors Brooklyn A Philadelphia 2 Terry and Clark Glcason and Clements Umpires Powers aud Zucharins SECOND GAME Brooklyn 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 01 jphilfidelpliia 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 3 5 Philadelphia 13 flatteries Foutz and Clark McFetridge and Clements Powers and Zadiarias NEW YORK Tho Local League club won the Rarae in tho ninth inning today Attendance 1000 Xew York 0 000000180 Boston 0000300003 New York 11 Boston 2 New York 4 Boston 5 Rusie and Buck ley Getxein and Gauzell McQuaide AT OLKVJ5LAND Cleveland and Chicago League clubs played two games this afternoon before 1200 spectators FIRST GA3IE Cleveland 0 110000013 Chicago 0 0510020 Cleveland G Chicairo 10 Errors Cleveland 1 Chicago 0 Wads worth and Ziramer Hutchinsou and Kittridge Lynch SECOND GAHIT3 Cleveland 2 GOO 03 3 19 Chicago 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 01 Cleveland 11 Cbicngo 5 None Beatin and Zimraer Coughlin and Kittridge Lynch The American Association St BKOOKliTX Syracuse Columbus ST LOUIS 9 Toledo 14 9 1 9 j Standing of the CIulDS Following is the standing of each club in the three organizations at the close of Fri daysgames iv PLATBE8BEOTH2BHOOD I NATIONAL LEAGUE CLTTHS New Buffalo 13 36 23 36121L5ST CLTJBS IE BEST THEY OOOLQ SSOji j THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION f n Rochester v St Louis Tolcflo 37 35 37 35 19 15 14 457 lirbokl vn shock1 f secured tne v Provisions of the Juouisiana Jjpttery Measure Juue lot tery amendment to the State Constitution embraces a contract the State and tor iQtterj privileges years agree to pay the is City iiary pnr ppspSiV Si 00 A Measure Approaching Free Coinage Passed By the House FREE COINAGE MEN OPPOSE IT It Is Endorsed by One Ijotiely Deru McKinley flakes a Speecln in Its Attacks Poua lUREAU OCts no 7 1S30 LAKE TiuntrsE BUREAU 517 Fourteenth Srroi TON D Juiu Tho closing scenes of tho House debate on silver today were filled with excitement Early in tho morning a canvass was made of those who would vote for a recommittal ot the measure Upon its result Speaker Reed determined that it would be safe to rocqg iiize Bland of Missouri to make their mo tion Then a poll showed a sufficient num ber of Democrats opposed to free coinage to insure the defeat of the motion and Mr Reed and his friends breathed more easily Pay sons speech in favor of free coinage but in which he announced his support of tho pending measure as tho best attainable under the circumstances ended with tho prophecy that the Senate would so amend the bill as to satisfy tho country MoKiuleys closing speech was n strong defense of the best points of the bill Tho Democratic speeches were brief and pointed protests against tho partisan methods adopted to prevent the amendment of tho measure in tho line of tho countrys de mands The rollcall began amid much men t but before it had proceeded very far it was evident that owing to Democratio defections Blands free coinage resolution was defeated The announcement of tho to greeted with some ap plause The bill was then put upon it3 final passage and carried as the committee The House bill is a substantial improvement on Windows original measure It provides for the purchase of worth of silver bullion a month and the issuance of silver certifi cates on the same which shall be legal tender for all debts public and private The feature of redemption in bullion instead of lawful money Is the por tion of tho bill most open to criticism and which tho Senate will certainly amend Representative Carter of Montana voted to recommit tho bill and against Its final passage When the question of making it a special order canio up on Wednesday Mr Carterwas placed in a decidedly uncom fortable position Ho was paired with Representative Boatnef of Louisiana was unable to vote against the order which was made a political measure He promptly telegraphed for a roloase of his transferred it to another Republican cast ing his effective vote for recommittal and against tho passage of the bill as pre viously noted Mr Carter this afternoon stated to TUB TRIBUNE correspondent that tho bill met his views in all but one and vital particular Ho referred to the bullion ret demption clause which he was confident would be stricken out by the Senate When the bill came over from the Senate to tho House tho question would be on concur rence or noncodcurrence with the Senate amendment and he was sure that concur rence would be ordered without the neces sity of a conference committee THE CLOSING DEBATE Payson Attacks Wmdoins Policy How the Members Voted t WASHINGTON tune the House be fore beginning debate oa the Silver at the request of Payson of Illinois Conger of Iowa In charge of the bill modified his stitute so as to provide thap the Treasury notes issued in pursuance of the bill shall be legal tender in payment of all debts public and private the following words except where otherwise expressly v stipulated in Payson said that realised that the1 substitute would in substance pass this body and it would be done in obedience to a public sentiment which he believed to be universal hrfavor of a larger use of silver as a and of a further Increase of the currency of the country If the Government used silver at all it should be used as a money metal and not as a He was opposed to the substitute because of that but lie give it his In this contingency he hopped an opportunity1 would be given to strike out the bullion re demption feature This bill was hound to be considered at the other end of the tol Lt would be amended there Mnp hundred and ninetynine out every thousand of his constMients opposed the bill and be said in the presence of the House and thecountry that 099 caucuses would never compel to misrepresent the people he represented Puvson then proceeded to criticize the silver policy of the iiaycs Arthur Cleve aud and ferrud the denunciation of the administration by the andsaid that he indorsed the Nothing he said afforded him more pleasure than the denunciation of the Cleveland ad ministration for its treatment of silver me down to the Republican admmistra tion and it was Silver hid friend in the Treasury Department since the agitation when he was asked to vote for a proposition confiding to the Treasurys the use of silver as a money nietaiv If were the end of it he would vote against you Never had this discretion been fided to the Secretary of the Ireasury where evade Ven evaded Had the discretion tHe Secretary of the Treasurybeen fairly the past six eight years no such legislation as would be under discussion The Treasury of gold and gold bill for the coinage of ure which practically i ageof standard silver dollars r Payson If the gentlemen on the v declared themselves free v caucus and   

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