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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                THE MOST EXTENSIVE AND CIRCULATION EXCEEDING In Mountain In tha City VOL NO 214 IN THE SENATE SAM LAKE CITT TJTAH TUESDAY JTOHE 10 1890 PRICE FIVE CEKTS The Upper House Moves With Ex asperating Deliberation THE SiLYER SENATORS IMPATIENT Ponderous Speeches Being Leisurely PreparedA Gag Kulo Needed Satisfactory Progress on the Tariff Settlers Bill Defeated SAM LAKH TftrnmfB 511 Fourteenth Street WASHINGTON T Juno 0 1390 Some of tho Senators are beginning to get impatient at tho way tho silver debate Is drugging along Senator Stewart of Nevada today tried to got unanimous consent that voting should begin on Friday afternoon at f oclock Owing to the lack of a quorum Senator Stewart withdrew his request but said that ho would renew it tomorrow afternoon when a quorum shall bo present Senator Phut of Connecticut Is also anx Jous for thu debate to end Tie is almost ready to believe that tho Senate will need some now rules before long Tho dissatis faction expressed by those eminent Senators today may possibly have some little effect in hurrying up those Senators who arc la boriously engager In writing out long speeches upon tho question anil which they ox podto read in the Senate aotno time In the future Incident of the pro 1 codings in thoSonato today was the man ner in which the House Silver bill was treated When the bill came from the House Senator Toller arose and moved that It bo laid upon the table without reference to tho Finance Committee and the Senators without a division agreed to Mr Tellers motion Some of tho gold men profess to think that this was a little discourteous to tho House Thoysay that they think the bill should havo first gone to tho Finance Committee As tho matter now stands howovor tho can bo taken from tho table at any ij by a majority voto of the Sonato Tho Committee having already reported Jio Jones bill It Is difficult to seo1 what could have boon gained by referring tho House bill to tho same committee Tho action of tho Senate today It Is thought will operate to hasten final action upon the measure The Finance Committee has Its hands full just now with tho Tariff bill Whon tho Sonato begins to voto upon tho Silver bill It will havo a mass of substitutes and amendments ofvarious descriptions to voto upon There are throo or four free coinage two bullion oortfflcato bills two St John bills and about ono doxen Plumb measures or different kinds It Jis believed that something good will bo evolved from tho chaos TARIFF 1ROOHESS WASHINGTON Juno cotton schedule of Tariff bill formed tho basis of action by fcho Repub lican members of tho Sonato Finance Com mittee this morning Tho changes wore few and unimportant The members are hopeful of concluding work on tho bill by tomorrow night General Sohoiiold has received informa tion from General linger to tho off oat that tho trouble on tho Kosobud between tho settlors and ChoyonncH has subsided The Indians agreed to surrender tho prisoners demanded by Mio authorities Representative McRaoof Arkansas today introduced a froo coin ago bill In the House A IOUCfl through letter pciuch oC the third Milwaukee to California was rifled In NOCrctary Windom has made a favorable report on tho Customs Administrative bill and It will probably bo approved by tho President tomorrow JlRAKS FINANCIAL MEASURE Representative McRao today In troduced In the House a bill providing for the froo coinage of silver for Increasing United States Treasury notes each year to make the total issuo thereof equal In amount to tho revenues of tho Government for that year for tho issue of Treasury notes to ro ptaoo National bank notes surrwidorodrfor a repeal of tho laws tho sale of United States bonds and for the accumula tion of a gold reserve of and finally for tho covering of that reserve into tho Treasury as an available asset SUFFICIENTLY PROTECTED ALUKADY Senator Plumb today adversely from TheCommittee on Publio Lands the bill to protect land claimants road limits by permitting thorn to purchase tho land from tho Government at por nore whenever It Is hold not to bo within tho land grant to tho railroad company Ac campanylng tho bill is a letter from the Commissioner of tho Gonoral Land Oinco recommending that the bill bo not nossod for tho reason that tho interests of bonafldo settlors arc suflloioutly protected under tho present laws HMMAS MOTION nKNIED Tho Secretary of the Interior today de nied tho motion filed in behalf of Emma J Gohxalox for a revision of tho Departments decision of March 24 in case against the townslte of Flagstaff This is bo Hoved to bo a final action In this celebrated case t AT THE AVOBLDS FAIR The Reformed Presbyterians Want the Sabbnth Observed NEW YORK Juno tho Koformod Presbyterian session this afternoon Ii Johnson of California oiTorod a resolu tion relative to tbo establishment of a now foreign mission In China It was adopted und referred to the board of foreign mls A resolution was adopted instructing tho moderator to forward to Congress a me iriorial protesting against Sabbathyworlc on the Worlds Fair and thatthe be closed on Sundays tho sale on the grounds of all Intoxicating liquors The recommendations of tho committee on tobacco tho prosbytories be di rected to deal kindly but firmly withall and licentiates under thoir oaro who may bo knownto continue tho use of tobacco Second that all elders and mem bers of bo positively prohibited from engaging in tho sale of tobacco After a spirited debate an adjournment was baa tomorrow y BIJY SUGAR KOW pointing said rcclver The order was granted on tho ground that tho com pany had joined the trust The practical effect of the judgment ofthe Supremo Court today Is to release die refinery from tho control of tho receiver and all orders of tbo Supremo Court 1 end ing tho result of the appeal it Is tho under standing that the refinery will be allowed to resume business This moiina tno throw ing on tho locHl market of over barrels of sugar which have been locked up in the warehouse since February 17th Manager Molt of tho refinery this afternoon reduced tho rate from to G cents on Tho Court Its Temper FiiKDJiiCKSnaiin June Francisco Chronicle Series News has just reached here of a scene which occurred In tho Richmond county court house last week During the trial of a case Lawyer W Walker took offense at a re mark of Judge Jones and when orderedto sit down refused declaring that the Judgo had always been unfair Judge Jonos lost his temper and called Walker a liar Mr Walker in a loud and angry tone told the Judge that it ras the most tyrannical court In the State and waa governed by a tyrant The Judge thereupon fined Walker ana tho attorney took an appeal THE DAY IN CONGRESS A San Francisco Court Decision Sends the PHco SAN FKANCtSCO Juno Supreme OITOSKS THE DISCBIM XNATION AGAINST SJLVJ3JR Vests Cattle Transportation Bill 1votoata Against Delay of tho AdnilMHlon Kills of prohibition to restrain tho receiverof the iBefluery on order of suld court p Juno In tho Senate Call offered a resolution referred to Committee on Foreign requesting tho Presi dent to institute negotiations with Spain for such modifications of tho treaty with that Government us will enable American cattle to bo shipped from Florida and elsewhere in tho United States to Cuba The Senate Silver hill was then taken up und Cockioll addressed the Sonato Ho said tlu call tho benefit that could be claimed for the proposed bill was that tho Secretary would lo compelled to purchase worth of silver every month more than ho now hud a right to purchase and tho cur rency would bo Increased to that extent Tio asked whether there was a reasonable justllloatlon for a continuance of this oxist JnK discrimination In favor of tho free and unlimited coinage of gold and the issue of gold certificates for gold bullion and against the froo and unlimited coinage of stiver bullion In standard dollars and tho issue of certificates for silver bullion Ho was opposed discriminations either tor or against gold or silver They should bo put on a perfect equality as coin and bullion At tho close of OookrolPs spoouh the House Sliver bill was laid before tho Sonato Toller moved that tho bill bo printed and laid on tho table After a brief argument it was ordered Vest asked tho Sonato to vote upon and consider tho bill to prohibit monopoly in tho transportation of cattle to foreign conn Platt thought tho Sonato should go on and dispose of the Silver bllLlfo had boon wait Ing to bring forward two bills which seemed to him not only of tho highest importance but of the highest privilege bills foj tho ad mission of two Territories as States He gavonotloo that henceforth tho Silver bill could not be laid aside oxcopt on a yea and vote Stewart asked unanimous consent that on Friday next at a oclock tho Sonato voto on tho Slivur bill and amendments The pro siding officer Ingalls suggested that there should bo at least a quorum present when unanimous consent was asked Stewart gavo notice that when the bill was taken up tomorrow ho would ask unan imous jonsont Vests bill was taken up and a discus sion of Its provisions was carried on between Vest in defense of thorn and Hoar and Ilalo in attack upon them Tho bill pro vides that no clearance bo granted any ves sol as a common carrier from tho United States to foreign countries tho owners agents or officers of which shall refuse to receive In tho order they may bo offered said vessel having steerage for tho same any cattle for transportation to foreign countries said cattle being In sound con dition suitable for transportation and tho shipper tendering reasonable freight thereon or who shall make a or agreement creating a monopoly of the ca pacity of suld vessel for carrying violation of tho law governing and regu lating tho duties arid obligations of common carriers to tho public and prohibiting un just discrimination between shippers Koiipun alao defended tho bill and argued In favor of Its passage Halo moved amend tho bill by insert Ing tho words not already contracted for In good faith by persons or parties hav ing oattlo for transportation at the date of such contract sullicloat to occupy such Vest opposed the amendment as ono that would onilroly neutralize tho bill Hoar said that when all tho storage capacity of a ship was contracted for that ship ceased to bo a common carrier and bo oamo a private carrier Yost denied statement but said that if that wove decided to bo the law no harm could result from tho passage of tho bill A whole steamship lino was taken by ono shipper and It was done to con trol tho English market and shut out all other cattle dealers of the United States Tho result was that the price of cattle was put up and put down when this monopoly chose because It controlled tho transporta tion Tho voto on Halos amendment was Yeas 10 nays 23 No quorum having voted tho Sonato without further action on tho bill or amendment adjourned House WASHINGTON Juiso On motion of Corn stock the title of tho Silver bill passed Saturday was amended so as to read Directing the purchase of silver bullion and tho issue of Treasury notes thereon and for other Dodge offered a resolution that tho Secre tary of tho Treasury bo directed to inform tho House whether if Is true that the Cunard Steamship Company refused to obey the orders of the ofllcors of the United States to give return passage to certain immigrants landed at New York in violation of tho con tract labor laws and if so what steps havo been taken to refuse entry of that company until they had complied with the laws and rnado due reparation for thoir refusal The resolution referred to tho Committee on Foreign Affairs The floor was then accorded to the Com mittee on tho Dlstriot of Columbia SeveralDistrict bills wore passed and the House took a recess At the evening session no private pension bills werppassed owing to objections by Enloo but about thirtyfive went over with the previous question ordered California Wants Ten Acres CHICAGO Juno The California wants to know how much space to expect In tho Worlds Fair 77 H Mills of San Fran cisco a member of the State Board of Trade was at headquarters yes tordny with something ofa protest because his State could not seoure ten acres lib put in a bid to border the driveways with products of his State California ho saia expects to put its own buildings to the appropriations of the State for Etvtr said estimates varied TOPICS IN FOREIGN LANDS Victor Hugo Memories Recalled to the Parisian llind HIS GRANDSON GOING TO THE BAD Mwanga the AlVican King Becomes RestiYC Under European Restraint Editors Bismarckian Methods Become Distasteful Bismarcks Absence Felt PARIS June Francisco Chronicle talk of tho week has been largely about Victor Hugo The French poet dramatist and novelist has been recalled to tho memory of tho Parisians by several incidents When returning from Mont Hello President Carnot passed Besancon He was taken to the street In which Victor Hugo was born and stopped for a moment in front of a house bearing a modest marble inscription stating that tho great French writer had his cradle there Hugos name was also forced upon tbo attention of the Parisians Dy two adven tures in whichhisgrandson played a part The latter was mixed up recently in a scandalous allair about money ho had bor rowed from usurers to lavish on women who hud ensnared him and to whom he bad made costly presents A few lays ago throe intoxicated young men were promenading on the boulevard singing and shouting and otherwise disturb ing the peace An old gentleman remon strated with them and for his reward was struck and roughly handled by tho trio composed of George Hugo a grandson of the poet and tho sons of Alphonse Daudet the writer and of M Borbholob perpetual Secre tary of tho Academy of Sciences Tho police had to interfere in order to in duce tho young men to release tho remon strating gentleman A commissioner was appointed soon after death to raise a monument and in the llrst moments of enthusiasm the sub scriptions promptly reached the figure of francs But the enthusiasm cooled no less promptly than It had warmed up and the fund has not Increased Sculptor Rodin however is hard at work upon the monu ment to be raisedat Hugos crave in the Pantheon It represents the exiled poet seated upon tho locks of Guernsey Island his cloak over his knees and the waves stop ping at his feet His right hand supports his forehead Three figures1 poetry f ori and aiie rest ing upon a rock above the poet and seem to speak to him Each of these throe figures as well as that of Hugo will bo no less than seven feet in bight THE POWER BEHIND MWANQA8 THRONE LONDON June about six months last year some thousands of professed Chris tians arid their sympathizers were carrying on a bitter civil war with their heathen brethren on the north shore of the Victoria Nyiinza Tho Christians had qspoused tho cause of Mwanga the of Uganda who only two or throe years be fore had of their the stake They war to reinstate Mwanga on the thronevnotbocause they bore him any groat love but because they be lieved if they got the upper hand again Mwanga woulclbo only a pliant tool In their hands and thoir friends would run things to suit themselves So they deter mined with the aid of guns and ammunition supplied by a white trader named Stocks to drive King brother of Mwanga and his Arab friends outoi1 Uganda had plenty ofopportunity to perfect their plans for they wore all exiled from Uganda having been driven out when the Arabs and Karema came into power By the successive aid of Stokes Jackson and Peters Karenia has at last been killed his forces scattered after terrible blood shed and Mwanga is on the throne All the missionaries say that Mwanga while nomi nally a Roman Catholic feels that he is hampered and chocked by theChristians in power around hinraind he knows ho would havo more freedom and power if surrounded by hoathan servants He wants the Euro peans to come into hiscountry because ho covets their goods and to help him to hold Uganda but he does not want them to become a dominating power in the land Appearances indicate that the real power of tho King of Ugandahas departed and that tho ruler who once had an army of men and unlimited authority over all his subjects will hereafter be little more than a puppet compelled to yield sub mission to tho guidance and wishes of the foreigners who have invaded his land Karema is dead and Mwauga is the only surviving male adult in the royal family of Uganda lie has won his throne and tho shrewd Englishman Stokes who five years tvo was a poor missionary has made a for tune in a year Without tho or S3000 worth of gunpowder he supplied tho Chris tian party couldnot won He has taken his pay in ivory and it took upward of 2000 porters to carry his riches to the sea The prospects are now favorable complete restoration of Mwanga is more than ever in tho power of tho white men to whom ho owes everything Recent events on tho northern shores of the Great lakes have boon very stirring and the future history of Uganda will bo watched with in terest A ElSMAUCKllN EDITOR DEPOSED Tho recent deposition of Eugene Eichter from the chairmanship of tho Par liamentary Liberal party in Germany has more importance than it would havehad before the February elec tions and excites comment in the press of that party to Eichter as editor of the Freisinnifio ZcituiwIt is serious as he loses tho prestige of having his paper re garded as the partys organ It is largely however by the use ho has made of his paper inlecturinghiscolleagues who dif fered from him thathe has raised an rection against1 what his enemies call bis Bismarckiau The his fall was assisted by such reok Htienbl Rartlv Bamberger and Rick ert will make it diiiicult for him to recover prestige unless lie makesa very for ASTRANGE At the Montifiore homef or chronic inval ids there is a patient suherins from a pecu liar and uncurable called acromogaly but the name conveys matioii of the horrible nature of the which is one that baffles medical The of the frame the vie tim of acromogaly never cense to grow but add bone tissue to bone tissuecartilage to cartilage until the is distenrled to an enormous A woman thirtytivd years this disease and has home last iat the Got man hospital iof fpiirteen The hones of both and steadily disease ing old vv No case0f a similar so complete in by physicians either country orEu3 The Next Methodist June of Methodist Episcopal OliurchIn icharge of location of the next gonorul iltodayideoided thatit should be in velopmcnt in the bone tissue is continuing an enlargement of the muscular tissue is going on andcertain glands that remain almost rudimentary in the healthy adult The medical fraternity is at a loss to ac count for this curious phenomenon ino poor victim at the MOBtiGore 5 home now weighs 191 pounds whichis almost entirely due to bone tissue Her hands feet ana head are enormous Her face is pale and her features are distorted Shesuffers little pain from the unnatural disorder Strange to say with the growth of her bones the joints remain free and are as flexible as ever ALAlOfED BY THE TAUfFlT BILL LONDON Juno In the Commons today Vincent called the attention of tboHouseto the fact thatthe House ot Representatives at Wash ngton had passed a bill for enhanced prohibitoiy duties on cutlery tin plate and other articles of British export He asuui whether the English regard forthe disastrous effect which the Senates approval must have upon Sheffield the Midlands South Wales and Belfast would adhere their that the free import system of the United Kingdom precluded Instructions to the British Minister at Washington to rep resent to the United States Government too injury that such legislation would to to the Industryof a friendly power gave a free market to worth of American competing goods Secretary Ferguson said the Government had not boon informed of any important al torations of the Tariff bill Dillon spoke of the danger to thepublic peace from the violent and unconstitutional action of the magistrates and of Coshel and recent meeting Balfonr said the force was sent to ripper ary to preserve order If anything serious happened the blame would rest upon those who defied the Government proclamations BISMAttCK ON THE NIHILISTS In an interview with of the Daily Telegraph Bismarck declared that no concessions to the nihilists wore possible Overeducation had ledto much dissatisfac tion and disappointment in Germany hut in Russia it led to disaffection and conspiracy There were ten times as many edu cated for the higher were places to fill Further education was making pedantic theorists unfit for a constitutional Government It would be madness to put such men in authority The Russians do not know yet what they want They must therefore be ruled with a rod of Referring to the labor question the ridiculed the ideathat the workingmen would ever becontented because he said the rich are never He spoke strongly against any dictation as to boms of labor and against rightful authority of parents over BISMARCKS ABSENCE V June the committee on the army bill today Chancellor Caprivi oppressed the statement ol the Minister of War that it wouldbe impos sible to reduce the term of compulsory mili tary service The loaders of the Freisinnege party declared that the billwould not be acceptable to them term of ser vice were shortened In the course of ht3 remarks jOhanceltor Caprjvi said the withdrawal of Bismarck had left affairs from nature lessse cure than when his personality still find the simplest duties difficultbecausehis weight does riot fall into the scale another year shall bo prepared to combat all tho conflicting el ements but I fray with some TIIK PUENCM TARIFF 1 PARIS June Chamber ofDeputies passed the Mel hies Tariff bill by a vote of343 to 168 MALLISTER ON HIS before in alsease in dove loped pne that attacks Yidiial in bonei of criisiumaua Cartila tne HE UNDERTAKES TO AMESICAN SOCIETY Only Drones for Ellgrlbles to Enter the Wealth Not a Qualification NEW YORK June Dis Francisco Chronicle Ward McAllister has ventured into the fields of literature and next fallwill make his bow before the New York public character of cm author It is upon eral subject of New York society and will be a historical nature McAllister will not deal In personalities His aini has been to show that thereJs such an institution as society in thiscity That it has been agrowth of causes and that it has blossomed into real existence only through rough experience andin the face of untold dIfflcutties He has also made plain the fundamental peculiarities of society in the American metropolis in distinction from society in and other monarchial When interviewed yesterday McAllister said American society has a defender against the attacks of the Amer ican public as well as against thedoubters ot our society in other and That defence must of course come from a leading source of social influence No one has before this face the ridicule and criticism necessarily attendant upon such an effort Society those who regulate society or reticent I have consideredthe question and will show so ciety is our society claim that it is ruled wholly by money and that itis practically theprop erty of a few money I take up this point also and hope to show nature of things this Is not will think over our you will find few still Jn the whirl ofbusi ness who are prominently identified with society Tt therefore does happen that the strictly moneyed man dictates to Society Again if be attempts to mondous opposition on the iwrt of thosesociety people rich or poor whobold their position through the right of honorable lineage arid America a for social dictatorship between the newly the the is constantlyDe feated TCveti forces wereotherwise evenly j inatcherl nrast always this work j Stillthe wealthy oomesto the That isso can be cases of a number of greatfamilies society In only inlater the social und leisure impressedrupon the family the to rankwith4 ptolder so cauriot v goy ern New il 7 N Ju of it C P Huntil n his powerto iiWsld of politieSivMijiijoe V DaCK ABSENTEE LANDLORDISM Alien Land Barons Building Up an Obnoxious System PRINCELY POSSESSIONS IN AMERICA It is Proposed to Compel Foreign Landlords to Become Millions of American Dollars Col lected Try the Queens Subjects WASHINGTON June 9 Gates from the Committee on Judiciary to day reported to the House a bill to prohibit aliens from acquiring title to or owning land within the United States An elaborate re port accompaniedothe bill The committee says it is within the power of the Govern ment to totally exclude aliens within its jurisdiction as has been done in tho case of tho Chinese No one questions that this sovereign power cer tainly includes the lessor one of defining what property rights they may exercise after they are admitted and during the continuance of their alien condition Your committee has ascertained says the report with reasonable certainty that certainnoblemen of Europe principally Englishmen have acquired and now own in the aggregate about acres of land within the United States We havo not sufficient state the quan tity owned by untitled aliens nor is it so important as it is generally held in smaller bodies This alien resident ownership will In the course of time lead to a system of landlordism incompatible with the best in terests of the United States The founda tion of such a system is being laid broadly in the Western States and Territories The avarice and enterprise of European the report continues have caused them to invest many millions in American railroad and land bonds covering perhaps acres a greater part of which under foreclosure sales will most likely before many years becomethe prop erty of these foreign bondholders in addi tion to their present princely possessions aggressive foreign capital is not confined to the lands it has purchased overleaping its boundaries has caused hun dreds of miles of public domain to be fenced up for the gracing of vast herds of cattle and set at defiance the rights of the honest but humble The bill proposes to place the aliens under the disabilities of civil lawsas to all future attempts to acquire lands in this country In other the report says the hill isa declaration against absentee landlordism It declares that all foreign persons who have not been naturalized incapable of taking title to lands anywhere within the United States except a leasehold for not exceeding live years It has no retroactive but prospec tivepperation contains a provision which will compel alien landowners to cease to or to become citizens of the States This pre ventany moreabuse of a Mr who resides in England and is a sub ject of the QuoeuV but owns acres oc cupied by tenants mostly Ignorant for eigners from he receives as rent 000 yearly and expends it in Europe The Scbenley estate about 2000 acres within the city limits of Pittsburg uind Al lejrheny from the rents of which tho Schen eys who are subjects of the British Queen draw annually not less than 000 is another instance of alien landlordism n America The tenth census shows that the United Stateshad tenant farmers the largest number possessed by any nation in the In conclusion the report says With the natural increase in people and foreigners who Hock to our shores annually and by competition reducing the wages of labor and making battle for our people is a problem for American statesmen to solve The mul tiplication of owners of the soil is a corre sponding enlargement of the number of patriots and every landowner In this coun try should owe allegiance to the United ENSNARED BY THE WIDOW A Married Man Answers an Advertise ment With Disastrous Results SYRACUSE N June Dis San Francisco CJironicte Quite a sensation has just come to light in volving a beautiful and rich widow of Syra cuse Mrs by name Mrs Smith evidently pined for a husband for she had a personal advertisement Ina Syracuse paper This card caught the eyeof a number of bachelors and even a few married among latter that of P H Cutler of Auburn who was in fairly good circumstances and had a family consisting of a wife and six Cutler is known throughout asfa sporting man owning many valuable horses answering the advertisement Cutler Invited to call oir the widow whose name proved Mrs Smith Her hus band hikdleft little fortune Cutler and the widow soon became last day friends of Cutler followed his phaeton out of Auburn and his haunts were soon discovered As a result Cutler has decided that the easiest way out of hifj to go West He has accord his wife half of his possessions real and and stares tomorrow morning by the overland route for Califor nia HILL AND HIS BOOM He Will yisit Indiana arid May Go to the Coast YcfeK June Dispatch promised prominent Indiana Demo crats a year ago that he would attend the un veiling ofthe statue of President Heridricks in that ceremony should takepi ace as Thestatue will yeiledi 1st ami Governor Oias remindeoVof go tho purpose of showing respect to the memorv of Hendricks every politician will know that David B Hill makes it for the purpose of securing such alliances as ho can for the Presidential contest in 1S02 A d tho Htil Democrats here think that the Demo cratic ticket in 1892 will read For Presi dent exGovernor Hill of New York for VicePresident exGovernor Gray of In As far as the trip to the Pacific blope goes if Hill has decided to visit that region the politicians will not believe that ho does it simply to see the Rockies the i ose mite Valley and thePacific Ocoan There are Democrats in that section of the United States also whoso friendship In 1S02 might bo valuable The Typographical Convention ATLANTA Jane thirtyeighth session of the International Typographical Union convened in this city today The most important action was the passing of resolutions endorsing the OhaseBreckin ridgo International Copyright hill and direc tion to the secretary to communicate the same to the President of the Senate and Speaker of the House The resolutions urge Congress to pass the bill as originally intro duced including the typosetting and non importation clauses A SCENE OF HORROR EIGHT MEN KILLED IN A KJLILWAY COLLISION TwentyFire Were Wounded Race Horses Now York The ater ST Lours Juno very serious rail road wreck is reported from Warren ton sixtyone miles west of here on the Wabash road trains collided just out side Warrenton this morning Both engines and eighteen cars were wrecked Seven men were killed and several wounded Of the palace horse cars laden with race horses en routefor the Kansas City races two were wrecked and tho seven men in in charge of tho horses are reported killed but no names yet received Fifteen horses were also killed and a number of trainmen were The horses intho wrecked train were on route from Latonia to Kansas City to take part in tho races Following are the casual ties H Thomas Oynthiana Henry Stone trainer Harrodsburg James Kelley Chicago Frank Kelly Chicago Simons hostler Lexington Morris Green Frankfort Samuel Davis jockey Lexington Ky Taylor trainer Covington arm broken Louis Augus tus Harrodsburg left thigh broken George Hurley Cynthi aua Leo Brown Louisville arm broken Merritt Johnson St Louis arm broken The scene at the wreck was terrible Oars and engines were intermingled in one huge mass of debris from under which came thescroams of the wounded and dying some cursing and begging to be killed while others were praying for A negro boy was literally cooked alive and one colored jockey buried under shelled corn from which position it took several men three hours to extricate him A force of men worked from 2 a ni until 7 receiving the unfortunates atidhad it not been for a steady loss of life would have beenmuch greater as would have caught There were in all eight dead taken out four whites and four negroes and twentyfive wounded of whom one or two may eighth body is that of Frank Mortpn of New York Both engines are complete wrecks and about six palace stock cars were de molished with very fine blooded horses It is impossible to find out how many horses were killed as there are a great many still under the wreck It has been estimated that the loss to the company will be Nine horses have been found so far that are killed while a great many more are badly wounded There were seventy in all on the train Tho names of the horses killed are Little Prince and a twoyearold in the same car Ben Bidgoly Pattio Park Egypt Lige Spring Dove and Turner The mare Hunt ress was badly Injured and is expected to die A SEVERE HAILSTOTWI OOLtrMBUS June most severe hailstorm ever known about here visited the western part of the county yesterday Great damage to crops and to cat tle PACIFIC WRECK SCOTT CITY June extra en gine and waycar ran into and wrecked tho rear car of a section of the Colorado east hound passenger train on the Missouri Pa cific Railway today Five persons were slightly injured andone baby fatally hurt WILTCESBARRE June Trern bath Hotel was burned tonight Paul Bombaugh a burned to death Mrs Trembatn and stepdaughter Miss Wilson were seriously burned badly injured A NETV YOnK TUBATEll BURNS NEW YORK June Bchmans theater was burned at this morning The big Arbuckle building is also on fire and the Germania Bank next threatened for a tinie The loss at present is The firo is under 1 control SYMPATHY FQR Backed by City Council Oh Jo June Consoli dated Street Bailroad attempted to run cars this Two cars were run out under police the strikers swarmed around derailed them and drove the new conductors and drivers oft The policehad no control and 15d not pretendtO to the J new em their sym oath ies being plainly with tho despite the Mayors orders 1 Over people were massed with in a couple of squares and the excitement was intense The driver of the second car was afterwards escorted to the depot and placed ona Mayor that no more cars beruntbrday After this order was soon1 restored and dispersed very jubilant v The company is discouraged ana attrib utes run cars to tberlack ot police protection A consultation was FIGHTS RACES AND GAMES The Butcher Boy of Butte Wins a Purse AN UNEQUAL MILL ON THE ARKANSAS The American Derby Bob Has a Clubs Arrested tor Sunday Play Games BUTTE Tune D Special to Jack Williams of Denver a middleweight and Charlie Brown of Butto known among tho sporMng fraternity as tho Butcher together with twentyfive sports took carriages yesterday and drove to the mountains in the vicinity of Woodville in Jefferson county There they formed a ring and a fight to a finish Marquis df Queens berry rules for a purse took place Tho fight was vicious and lasted fourteen rounds In the last round Brown hit his opponent a heavy blow on the head and knocked him out Sheriff Lloyd sent depu ties out to tho valley near the old Bell Smelter the place at first selected for the fight The sluggers finding a force there went over to Jefferson county The author ities of Silver Bow county are determined to enforce tho law against prizefighting in tho county A SURE THING FOB TANSEY MEMPHIS June TmnuNB San Francisco Chronicle A bruising nineround mill was fought ten miles below this city on tho Arkansas this afternoon be tween Joe Tausoy of St Louis and Ai Burke of Texas Tansey was twenty pounds heavier than Burke and had things all his own way after the fifth round In the ninth round ho put Burke to sleep with a blow in his mouth Tansey received little punish ment About fifty spectators were present MAULnrins FEELS CONFIDENT NEW YOUK June McAuliffe and Billy Madden sailed for England today on tho steamship McAullllo expects towhipSlavin without much trouble and ho says that if his expectations arc realized Sullivan will have to light him He said I shall fight Slavin probably in September and I am confident that 1 shall win because I am well acquainted with SI avins perform ances Meantime Madden will leave forfeit which ho posted with Wakely to make a match between Sullivan and myself and the big fellow may cover it just as sooi as he The Races CHICAGO Juno TRIBUNE San Francisco Chronicle says The American Derby Ms to be run just one week fromnext Saturday and tho work of picking the winner becomes more difficult with each passing That El Rio Roy is a roarer is a f act that Is now generallyacknowledged ho may start the chances ar6 that he will not be one two or three in the race Sam shown great form and if Uncle Bob a half he has got something more than a fighting chance HelterSkelter was sup posed to have an outside chance but tho last race she ran at Latoriia was sufficient that she was not game Taking public form into consideration Bill Letchor should bo the American Derby favorite and the coif in Eugene Leighs stable should have a chance It is to said to Brown Decks credit that he never sent a horse to the post th at was not in condition to race for tho money Prodigal Son hardly classes with the others that have gone be fore El Eio Bey Protection and Avondalo have all a chance but if Uncle Bob can go the route he will win and the son of Luke Blackburn should be able to doso AT MOIMtXS TAEK MORRIS1 PAHK Juno Associated Half won Rheingole second Kilrue third time Threefourths of a mile Lord Dalmeny won Ehous second Extra Dry third time 1 Mile and an won Robert second Jack Rose third time Mile Lisimony won Voshurg second Eleve third timo and Five eighths of a Highland Lusa won Priscilla second Servitorthird Tenny won Casslus second Sir Dixon third time AT ST LOUIS ST Louis June Castaway von Harry Glenn seconds Khaftau third Time and an Tenacity won Rody Pringle third Time1 Debutante stakes twoyearold Monterosa won AnnElizabeth second Onlight third Time Lulie Bolden Outlook Ott talpa third Time Mile and a fourthCecil B won Hypp crite second Mary K Tirao The Players thought had notarise Council tonight adopted a reso calling f or anarbitration of the mat ses to institute gsor a revocation ofits charter The compinyt contemplaie another effort to start cirs Their inanager arbitrate nor advance DCen retUlLIUCU ui iJu Hiwvu flitter Dart of Junebut the tor and City proceedings places of interest upbrithe fev months ago A Miles of States whose niuch pleased by and vhile riotacceptingitt ardently to the September Spreciel s qharter Granted granted today Jvvne t ie iRpardibf I Tho piUsbure superb patnc this afternoon and shut OTt the CbiaiRO Attendance 2SOO 00 o 0 oo o Pittsbunr IS Chicago 3 ErrorsUn UattcricsGnlvin and Qainn Ferguson and Holtwrt battLng of the nblcd thorn to beat thcButfiiJo Brotherhooa club this aftecnoon Attendance SCO Buffali O I 0 0 6 Buffalo 6 Cteveland 2 BatteriesHaddock and Chtrk Snyder Brooklyn BEOOKLTX Daly pitched great ball Jyn Brotherhood was defeated by toniaus a maKuificent tendance T n 0 0 V I 4 J Boston UmpiresMatthews niricr i PHIL Toha Ewinc essayed to pitch for the in thcErotnTrliood game today the local team built up Its Afa tendance WOO   

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