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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                CIRCULATION EXCEEDING THAT OF In tfce City Combined THE MOST EXTENSIVE TOL 218 LAKE CITY UTAH SATUKDAY JUSTE 14 1890 PRICE CJS2TTS THE POSTQFFICE PROBLEM it Will Be Solved by Clarkson or a New Inspector THE SENATE FAVORS FREE COINAGE The Irrigation Subject ia the HoiiHCThc Civil Service Com mittee CunHiiro Commissioner Ly for a Cruiser Contract 890 f TfllHUNTS BUREAU 517 Fourtwinth Htroot WASHINGTON D Juno 13 1800 postmJisterCJtiiiurui Waniuniikcr today came to a decision on tho Salt Lake post offlco site Artoia oonfuronco with General Tynor ho Instructed him to telegraph Assistant Postmaster Genoral Clarkson to visit Halt Lako If possible on hlH trip and report on tfco situation If Gonoral Clark son cannot bo reached ho to your correspondent that another Inspector would be sent out to report TKE 8KNATK KOR STIKK COINAGE Tholiual vote on tho Silver bill In the Senate was postponed thin until a oclock Monday Several protracted speeches exhausted tho tlrno for general debate and an a number of Senators desired to bo heard before the bill was taken up under tho fivemi mi to rule tho motion to postpone was easily carried The principal speeches mado this afternoon were by Senators Morgan Aldrlch Hoar Stewart Daniel It Is said today that tho members of tho Finance Committee have made u careful canvass of tho Senate and admit that when a vote is taken on the Silver bill tho friends of free coinage will probably bo ablo to carry tho Senate If thoy should put a free coinage eliuiso to the bill and send It to the House It is possible that a motion to concur might carry tho scheme to got tho into a conference committee would be frustrated Thoro Is no doubt that tho members ot tho Finance Committee are maneuvering to got thfblll into a conference whore It is hoped jpfno way can bo found to outgeneral tho coinage men Speaker Eood is heartily at work to savp the bullion redemption feature of tho House bill as it is believed that should It be eliminated tho bill would have a poor chance of receiving the Presidents signa ture AN TfiniOATlON There was a throocornarqd light in the HOUHO thla afternoon ovar tno provision in the Sundry Civil Appropriation bill appro priating to make surveys for biuslu and canal Irrigation In tho West and North west A majority of tho Democrats loci by Mr McMillan of Tonnosaco opposed tho entire principle of Irrigation through Federal aid Ho that if tho lands woro Irrigated thoy should bo given tho Improvement by private parties that It was none of tho business of tho parent Government to Improve lands which wore to up to Delegate Dubols of Idaho and other Re publicans located in tho Territories and States whoro thoro aro arid lartdn asked to have tho appropriation stricken oufc or tho act of Juno 30 iwnn reserving from entry and settlement all public lands selected for sites for ditches basins and reservoirs for irrigation uso repealed Thoy stated that if this law was pnrmlttod to stand as at present and tho Gmornmont mado tho proper appropriation a very largo part of tho public lands In Montana Idaho Col orado and some othor States and Terri tories would bo kept from soltloniont for an Indefinite period and that tho next ton or twenty years there would bo vary sottlcniorit in those States and Terrl whore an acre of arid hind was located Wftopt for mining purposes Committee on Appropriations of course was for tho proposition and said It was jut4t what thoy wanted for tho future development of tho arid plains that unless tho Government began the Irrigation of arid hinds while it was In possession of them tho lands would never bo Irrigated oxooptpos sibly by private persons who woro Interested in corporations and monopolies beyond tho roach of tho ordinary settlor Tho Com mittee on Appropriations as might be ox tho fight as all the proposi tions to amend woro not germane and there foreout of order A CIVIC SKllVIQB UKPOftT WASniNOTOX Tuno 3 Associated llonso Committee on Kefonn In thoCivil Service which conducted an investigation into tho charges against tho Civil Service Commission hold a mooting today and agreed upon a report Tho com mittee says Wo tind first that Commis sioners Koosovclt and Thompson rtlochargod their duties fidelity and Integ rity Second that tho official conduct of Lyman has boon ehaTSo by laxity of disciplino in the admin istration of alValrs The Commission is therefore censurable Your Committee will at once investigate tho workings of the sys tem aud present a subsequent report when tho investigation is completed Tho com mittee submitted a resolution that a copy of tho report and testimony bo submitted to the President OAKMSIiK AT WOIUv ON THE TARIFF Work by the Hopublican members of tho Bovtlo Finance Committee on the Tariff bill is drawing to a close A completed schedule of tho bill oxcfipt tobaccos and sugar has tho minority Carlisle Is now eTwigod in preparing tho report of tho min ority to accompany the presentation of the bill to tho Senate ftegardins the case of Alexander Campbell Commissioner Lyuuins brothorIn law the committee says it was clear that Campbell copied tho questions furnished Klyhn who gave instructions to persons do sirin examinations aud that the questions woro not obsolete Campbell should have been dismissed his retention indicated gross laxity In discipline ami his promotion would seem not to have boon defensible Tho commltto cannot ac cept as satisfactory the answers of Messrs Oborloy Lyman and Doyle that he be lieved tho questions obsolete Tho omission to ascertain tho truth was as reprehensible as to have disregarded it after It had ooen ascertained The committee does not share the opinion that Commissioners Roosevelt and Thomp son are deserving of censure for not having taken action In tho Campbell case their attention was culled to it there was a concurrency of statement to thorn that the matter had been fully investigated not taking further action the committee thinks they wore thoroughly justified Kospocting tho course ofthe Commission jln tho case of Shldy the Milwaukee post pfllce employee who was discharged by postmaster Paul for exposing committee was to the that Shidy WAS being of fliscloutng truth and they felt It hfeir bythelrJniluwiceln and i0 sopiinendbdhim fpr eisn8 r The committee w ho The failure to submit tlie result of that in vestigation to the President indicates either a disinclination to discharge an obvious duty or a fear that such reportwould sub ject the Commissioner to censure On reorganization of tho Commission by the appointment of Roosevelt and Thomp son an investigation into the abuses and irregularities at tho Milwaukee Postofflce WUH had at once arid thoroughly it is learned that Alexander Campbell has re signed his positionaa clerk to tho Oom rnlfision ylOITTIJfO VOn A BIO CONTRACT An award of tho contract for construction of the 8100ton arrnorud cruiser was one of the questions conHlderod at today s Cabinet mooting Thore aro but two competitors the Union Iron Works of San Francisco and Cramp Co of Philadelphia and each is workliij hard to neciiro the contract The Union Iron Wtnkfi made the lowest bid on thu plans prepared by tho Navy Department while the Cramps mado the lowest bid for the under modllied Department plans Hecretarv Tniey Kuld today that tho matter would be settled in a few days but declined to commit himself further Naval officers in conversation upon tho matter are in clined to believe tho chances favor tbe Union Iron Works CUSTOM AIlUAISKRS The President has selected three of the appraisers provided for in the Customs Ad ministrative bill and it is expected the mimes will nesont to the Senate Monday Tt la known that Assistant Secretary llch enor is one of tho throe aud It Is thought that Solicitor Hepburnis THrfDAY IN CONGRESS SAYS CONGRESS CANNOT GOLD AND SILVJfiB Stewart Thinks tho rrosont Than tho ImiUine of tlio Appropriation UlllH WASIIINGTOK June tho Senate the appointing Edward K Valentino SorBoantatArms of tho Senate was agreed to Tho Senate Stiver bill was taken up and Morgan resumed his speech but suggested that tho time of Senators in discussing tho amendments afterthe close of general dis onsMlou should bo extended from to ten or llftoen Jones n charge of tho bill thought it might bo bettor as several Senators still desired to spoak on the subjoct to extend tho time for Risnonil S oclock Moiulay Ho for proposition Toller slinkstctl thjit Motpun on with his spuoch nncUaid ho nodcsira to out oil liny Sonamr who mlglit wish to address tho Son uK on thu bill Whisn Umo ciuno lor hnita tlon ho hncl no doubt H would bo extended Mor Kiui Ihercfonj with hU roumrks Mor giuts mulnly nu urgiunQnt lor ireo of theciviraervice law tiat ui noxUcldrossodtho Senate JIo rocog tho cliHutUrous oIlcctH resulting from IL oon tniotlon of llio otirroncy but saidabnormal n llatiuu would bo oqtuilly injurious A cojnploto could onlv bo found lu such action us wotildojien Uioiplntsof nil nidlons tofroocoinngo of silver Alclncli wnnt on to state nnd dercnd tho ftiminclments roportod by the Finance Cora mlttiio to the House Silver bill Gold was today MI iritorniitlnmil money silver was Con jjroHs coultl not make It MO TMat to bo clone by concurrent notion ofaft tho grout Hud until Unit action took plnco Lhoro ecu la bo no fifitinlity butwoon two metiils took 4orr rojily to somo AUlricIrsstntombirW1 lltvsiildthat thivSctiro curv of tho four millionsof silver a rnorithinslpau wo wo not only would hjtvo hwtl a slvcr wtiilu bo on n iwrltvwitlVRpMBosponding to n question by tho present hiw if toitpjjyikXlWinn would be hotter than IMiUV iM Stewart bellovotl that nnd it bo corrtHWlt seotrts to him that thnt was a ground on which ail might moot together Stewart ropHocl thnt It was his boilof and con diulod by Haying that Congress should take steps in do nothing Duniel also spoke In favor of the unllmUod coinage of silver Daniel snld If that was not to bo tho final solution ot tho question it was an essential stop toward its solution Jt could not heanticlpatud ho said that anything loss than freii coinage of silver would bring It to Without ooucludlng his speech Daniel for a motion to go into executive session and tho Senate BOOH adjourned House Juno ITouso wont into Committee of tho Whole on thp Sundry Civil bill Cannon said tho appropriation oyrnod by tho inmwmro wus 0 Ions than tho regular estimate and loss than tho regular and snuclsil estimates Civil law for tho oummt year provided for nn oxpendituro ot Tho apparent excess In this hill was moro than accounted for by nary Items fourteen regular appropriation bills reported to the House abrogated showing an excess of over tho appropriations for the current year This excess was nearly all accountedfor In three pos to nice and naval Tho resulted romtho expansion in cident to tho growth of tho country Tno only bill not reported to tho House is the Gonoral Dc HuUiicv bill and this would bo reported before the fiscal year Thoro is tho pond ing sundry Civil and Indian bills In tho Senate Committee on Commerce tho Kiver and Harbor bill Pending in tho Sonato is the Lecis lutive bill Thn Fortlllcations bill has passed both Houses thw District of Columbia and Ionslon bills aro in conference the rny and Navv Academy bills are in tho hands of rrosidont This was a favorable showing compared with the condition of tho bills two voars The following worei adopted Ap propriating for a public building at Ccdixr llaplds Iowa for an elevator in tho pub lic building at Vooria A motion by Goodnight to strike out tbe appro priation for irrigation survey was defeated Tho committee rose and the House took a re cess Vt tho ovoulnj session thirty private pension hills woro advanced to a third reading but uot passed BUTTES LABOR DAY Three Thousand Men Parade in the Miners Union Demonstration BUTTB June to THE Labor Day celebration today was tho greatest demonstration ever witnessed in Butte was the occasion of tho thirteenth anniversary of the Union in this city Business was suspended generally Every labor organisation of the olty and the surburban mining camps was represented in the parade Therefore throe thousand men in lino Exercises woro hold at the Opera House P president of tbeMinorsUnion dolivorod an address Touching upon the initial struggles and tho subsoquontgrowth of tho Union he said 1SS3 we had unrolled and ingoodstanding the Spar tan band of seventyeight and 45 cents in our treasury In ISS5 wo hadless than 400 members SGOO in the treasury and SlijoOOin debt and not a roof to shelter us Today 3000 men good und true answer to their names on bur roll Wo have a sufficient amount of niqnoy on hand to aid the h61d our business and medtlngs in a ciuildlng of our own Lpt us good work Wo are theold1 guards and raucb is expected of us 1teol ccrtatn that you wilj ineot the lull measure of the ox poctiitlohs of lri6nd5 without and the within our in the tiio To iHeip Chicago a special session of Islataro 23rdv Olilcagai to a dend of 1H IDAHOS HOLY CRIMINALS A Squad of Defiant Polygs Sentenced for Their Crimes ENCOURAGED IN THEIR LAWLESSNESS A Big Seizure of Smuggled Brandy at Jealous Husband Tries to Murder His Wife Louisville Plunger Missing BLACK FOOT Idaho Juno Special to Judge Berry today sentenced L D Wilson Veteran Jones Nells 0 Christenson and Hyiura Skinner to terms varying from one to two years at the peni tentiary of South upon conviction for adultery and Jonas 0 Mar tlndalo Peter Price John D Jones William Hlggain J P Mason and Jacob Meyers to the United States penitentiary at Butte City for terms varying from three to six months upon convictions of unlawful co habitation The Ooijjrt also refused to ad mit defendants to bail in all cases pending appeal The Mormons have been insolent and determined in their resistance to the execution of the laws this term of court than over before President Bicker who is now on ball pending his appeal to the Supreme Court of Idaho Ms been in con stant attendance upon the court and has given his constant encouragement to his class of lawbreakers BHUTAIilTY AT JlERIiIN BERLIN June 13 Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle During a fire at Potsdam barracks occupied by the Huzzar Guards a woikingman was arrested for some slight during the excite ment The man succeeded in escaping from the grasp of the policeman but the latter pursued and overtook prison or whom he assaulted with a knife cutting open his vic tims stomach in a most fearful manner The brutal officer came near bMng by tho populace and had to be locked up to save his life BHANDY SMUGGLERS CATTURKD During the hight of Wednesday nights thunder storm In spector Wm Lamondof the Custom House while patrolling his beat at Point Breeze discovered an attempt to smuggle 400 botoles of brandy from tho Gorman tank steamship The vessel loaded with oil all ready for sea buiy is prevented from sail ing by tho customs authorities This sol ue is tho greatest on thp river lor many years and Deputy SurveyoiLoland said to day that many others will likely follow Inspector Lampiid was keeping under the loc of one of tho sheds to avoid the rain ho saw by a flash of lightning a mal boat alongside a mnnborof men on the steamers made a spring and captured one Ulriclv who afterward told him that he was the tho boat and had been hired to row tho brandy ashore The case will be fully heard tomorrow A HUSBANDS DEED KANSAS CITY Juno In a fit of jealous rage this morning Jamin La Povre a farmer living near Rosedale Kansas shojr his wife hi the head and then shot himself Mrs La Fovro is not dan gerously as the ball did not pene trate tho skull wound serious tho ball passing through his body just below the1 heart He may die MURDERED BY ms SON ELMIRA N Juno Associated Frank Warren a traveling man was shot and killed this morn ing by his sixteen yearold son Herbert for abusing his mother BOODLE ALDERMAN DISCHARGED NKvYoiiK Juno Judge Cowing to day dismissed the John Kooimn and ExBoodle Alderman Sayles Thoy wore charged wUh bribery in having participated the steal of the Broadway railroad franchise HALE COMMITTED MONTREATJ June 13 Judge Desmoyers this morning committed Hale to the grand jury which will probably indicthim He will bailand if Cowles docs not appear at the trial he will bo A LOUISVILLE PLUNGER DISAPPEARS LOUISVILLE Edwin T Elliott Assistant Passenger Agent of the Louisville Nashville Railroad in this city was missing this morning and about or probably more of the companys money Is goiio He is said to have plunired heavily on the races recently TWO DEAD PniLA This afternoon two pistol shots in rapier succession were heard in the cellar of a dwelling on Maple street below Cumberland Uponseveral people entering the place they found William bqth ly on the floor dead Both were about 30 years of age The police claim that Ccillius first killed shot himself through the head Hid ULYRESPECTABLE ROBBERS TEXARKANA Juno Some ol the best of Toxarkaua have been ar rested for complicityin the Spur Switch train robbery and the city is with ex Last night John S Will one Of the oldest citizens is a detective of almost national repute was locked up charged with being implicated Napoleon McDaniel an expoliceman and a man named Bad clift have been sirii ilar charges A coat belonging to found near the scene of the oliie and a Jad of found suffering from gunshot wound Williamss 0 THE 1 OVER The Biiriirgton Bbad Charged With Peculiar Conduct June The uneasiness road circles eversiiice the alleged restora tion of passenger rates is increasing in spite of the efforts laughoff js really not over Ever episode here have been feoline Now the bpculy made St Louis tickets good to S Jbsoph and return to aa charged merit but the The statement issu passestb feet below the surface across the north of tho channel between Ireland and Scotland a distance of twenty miles between Port Patrick and Donaghado The estimated THP LAKE FRONT FAVORED An Ideal Site lor the Worlds Colum bian CHICAGO June Executive Com mittee of the Worlds Columbian Exposition assembled tonigh c to hear the report of the committee on site Excepting thelake front the committee criticised less all of the half localities which bad been discussed in Chicago for weeks The lake front the committee held was an ideal site legal tech nicalities which are now in process of adjustment Final rccomnionda tidn however V not made an extension i of time granted Lake Front is meant the tract bounded on the west by center of the city and on the east by the waters of Lake Michigan The is to add to this tract a square mile of territory to be re claimed from the lake Some HectEyed June to TRIB Crow Indians re serve in southern MontauaVand rangingIn Johnson county this Territory areredreyed over the loss of three hundred poniesdriven off by the tholving whites A band ofwar riors are after their property A SENSATIONAL CHARGES IN CAGO STOCKYARDS CHI Prominent Railroad and Financial nates Made Ilecdivor and An Injunction Trayed For CHICAGO Jun prevent the consummation of thevproposed sale of the Union Stockyards to an English syndicate was commenced before Judge Tuloy sensational charges are made and the Court is asked to remove the present officers of the corporation appoint a receiver and is sue an injunction restraining proposed issue of bonds and sale of the and stock The complainant in the bill is Frank E Baker a dealer at the yards over 150 shares of capital makes the defendant Boston the companys president John B Sherman general manager George T sec retary treasurer 0 Den nison assistant secretary and six of the best known railroad magnates in the United States John j J 0 Stone K E Cable and Stiiyvesant Fish directors of the Yards and Company other defendants are Monroe and Richard Olney ttoe enter prise to sell The tract Company it Isf make the sale the Central Trust Cop p any of New York to Hvhlch mortgage to be given neliua John K Hoxie of Texas and Ashley whbi and Manager Shsrf man own a majority of stock The bill that the inspired with the sole intention of selling the property for a little over half its actual value that they propose to preciate the value of the stock property value until It reaches minimum i Then when the small stock holders are frozen tend to buy the plant good T will for a mere son g Baker asjserts that the stock is cally and factually worth per whereas itjis to the syndi cate for per share of which only isv i1 Among the other points made in bill are that the purchasing company lion don Contract Company and the Central Trust Company alien over whirfh the courts here V can have no jurisdiction and furthermdrev being British corporation they have np commun ity of interest with the ers etc Judge Tuley referred the nVatter Master in Chancery for a TO THE The People of JLouisiiana Captured ly Golden Bait OmcAGO June San Francisco Chronicle is no doubt of theEouisiana LotteryCom panys getting a renewal of said C S The passageofthe bill now nenilngnneans the reference of the to people and if It goes to adopted by a vote of five to Anelec tion in the Twelfth of New was held recently and and The latter were defeated by over f oar to That dollars bid1 ror years has great forthe Besides the people the fact that if the lottery is not itwill some other Scate of Louisiana have the Ipttery long they will play it when other State not letItremain in v The Cures of Attract Thonsaiids of PITTSBHRG afflicted fronv country at in today be ind take part in the celebration of St Anthbnys It was a lame deaf and by Father 5000 werecamped about sleepinstil Seiy icesbegan at day break and continued all day untillateithis were unable to admission to the tchurch their turns Father does not iaithv for his iprescripitipns cents i y pitsucceed v y f i only to i e Si St SOME OLD WORLD EVENTS The Tyrannical Ruleof the British i Postal Authorities CLERKS MUST SUFFER IN SILENCE A Portuguese Explorer Blows Him self Into Czarowitch Will Go Abroad Euroiies Un certain License Bill Discussed PAIUS June TRIBUNE San Francisco Chronicle Series The rejection by the French Customs Committee of the Government bill favoring the entry into France of Tunisian products has resulted in an agitation which is supported by many influential men in favor of the annexation of Tunis to France course would re move the protectionist objections that Tunis cannot now make concessions to Franco in return for commercial privileges granted her NO lUGUT TO COMPLAIN1 LONDON June It been decided to severely punish the postmen who at bhe meeting of May ICth convened to discuss the methods of improving the condition of these useful servants of the PostmasterGeneral Kaikes characterizes as mutinous the conduct of these Government employees who when off duty claim to have a right to act as private and tobe free TO attend meetings Rallies has demanded a ritten apology from the men and a promise that they will never meet again As theemployeus refuse to give in one hundred have already been punished by a reduction of pay and re moval ofgood conduct stripes There would have been a general strike in tho London postolllces last evening but for the firmness of the leaders of the union whoconferred with several members of Parliament AN EXPLORER SBJSCS UNKNOWN REGIONS Si Iva Porto the African explorer char because he was not consulted re gard to the Concuro expeiition which met with such a sad fate in Southern Africa de termined tojnit an end to Ins existenceand acconiplishod it in anovel and startling manner He made a funeral pyre of barrels of gunpowder biniBOlf in a Portu guese flat and having lit the use lay down to die An explosion ensued which blew the desperate man to atoms He left behind him an ot the preparations he had made forhis Jowri destruction de claring ho sought to secnre by his own hand a patriotic opportunity for which on the field of duty his country had denied him LICENSING BILL DISCUSSED The debate on the Licensing bill con titiued in the Commons this evening There was along discussion on Rolands proposal to apply the compensation fund to educa tion i 1 Gladstone made a vigorous speech sThe opponents of the bill ho said considered It distinctly a retrograde step in social reform and demanded that tne funds be applied to ward Public had already risen through the prospects raised by the measure moment it became a law every public house in the country would bo regardedas worth more than the market price The bill would establish the princi plethat licenses might be bought up by money from public taxes at prices virtually fixed by the license holders The amend ment that the legal powers of the magistrate remain intact is merely delusive in the face of the entire elmactor of the bill Amend ment really means the endowment of a gigantic scheme at the expense of the public purse Jt would all hope of effecting a reduction in the number of public houses without a ruinous cost to the country Gosohen charged that the responsibility for the enhanced value of public houses rested greatly with Gladstone who bad he said laid down the of compensa tion Gladstone retorted that be never spoke on the subject except in connection withlocal option arid tho extinction ofpublic houses Gosehen quoted John to the in justice of cancelingliconseswlthout giving compensation therefor and declared the fanatical opposition to tho bill was due to George Trevelyan characterized the bill as the worst proposal of the kind ever sub to Piuiiament and a severe blow to the cause of tempesrance after1 long debate the censure adopted and Rolands proposal re 275 to 243 The announcoment of the figuies1 was received with groat ap plause by the opposition wlio regarded the the Governmentmajority victory for them It is reported that if Smith resigns his seatln the Cabinet he will be succeeded by that Sir Henry James will succeed Matthews as Home Secretary THE LONDON POLICE TROUBLE The Pall Mall says tbatit is prob ablo if the resignation of Munro chief of police Is the superintendentsand irispeotors who keep the force1 together will resign within1 strike by police men is by imprCjfbable A ROYAL GLOBEJ CIIWLER June Czarowitcb Uvill start on a tour of J3e by way of the United States EUROPES PEACE NOT SECURE PESTH Jurie At of the Cbmmittee be the Austrian delega today Field Minister of War for the monaichy stated1 that the peace of Europe secure and therefore a considerable increase intbe army was rnecessary cost of the increase would from to THE POPE PREDICTS f Catliolic states inTeDlying tothecpngratula tions of visitors Vatican himselfv as strongly of thebelief thatgreat puiiisbroentwas Inipendiris on society for its V indifference1 to the t 00 longer with and peaceful face bui with Hungry strike and am neither a son of bufrlfeelinmyivheart jpresenti ments of about on seen on thehbrizonMbutthe threatot the anger of Gocl t Bray er willnot suffice the Ju dgeajorn BH own only taf i v half barrels and barrels set up the original package decision in defense and proved that he had not sold to minors Judge Kayburn in his charge to the jury refused to consider the evidence in regard to violation of local prohibitory law saying that the question for the jury to de cide was whether the packages were the identical and unbroken packages shipped from Ohio If so then Silverman had a right to make the sale according to the Su preme Court decision If found guilty of selling to minors and intemperate men that offense would come under tho State police regulation for while the State might not prohibit thesale ot original packages it could protect civizens The jury acquitted Silverman of the charge of selling without a license and to minors but found him guilty of selling to persous of known intemperate The liquor people who have been in a hopeless minority in Armstrong county arc jubilant and they say that original packages can now Hood every town in tho State and tho high licenses paid by local dealers is prac tically money thrown Another Missouri Candidate ST JOSEPH June demo cratic convention finally concluded work at an early hour this morning nominating H D Heckman for Railroad Commissioner Ho is presidentof the State Farmers Labor Union and The Temperaunre CHICAGO June York oG New Orleans 7Sr St Louis 74 Cincinnati GO Chicago GO Winnipeg KNOTTAND ENGLISH LADY KENTUCKIAN DOLLARS STAKED TKJE FAStOUS K VCERS Famous That Will Be Heard aud Ball Several Games Postponed LOUISVILLE June Dis patch San Francisco Clironicle This morning the fast express which steamed out of the depot at Latonia for New York had on board two of tho most distinguished citizens of Kentucky Proctor Knptt and English go to battle with tbe turf giants of the East With them go and dollars of manythousand Kentucklans Mr Scoggans was asked this morning what he thought of Kiiotts The horse wasnever in better life Too fat Not a bit of it I believe s ahorse ought to have some meaton his bones to possess the necessary strength to carry him hi V bruising race of any dis Bryant used to run the legs off of and when tho actual race was run the horse had no strength The edgehad taken off But there wont be any of that this year Proctor Knott will do all of his running in the not in tho doeshe stand with those big follows in Thr best in the world He was never in a better fix and I how they aro to best vHow about the Lady Fast as the If she is in the van at the head of they will never catch But they both cant win No but they will be one and two J Threefourths of amile Cnmnbcll third Time Mife aiid A tliFolsora won Devotee second Time Mile and Now or Never won Bravo second a walkover for both as they botb belonged to the same stable Threofoiirchs of a Servitor won vange line second Sir Ene third Time Bliss won Homeopathy second of Young Duke wbn1 Woodruff Raymond third Tiraet AT ST LOUIS ST Louis June and sixteenth Mncauley won Fred Tatar second West Anaa thMUe BirSiday won Red Leaf second Sailor Bov third Time 1 16 jSllo and thrceeiisbthsrHypocrite nor second Ely ton third Time GreatWestern stakes twoyen rold s i five eichthfiof a milftDundeo wun Ida Pickwick third Time Mile and an dead heat between Cameo and Graysov Marie thiro Time Money AT KANSAS CITY KANSAS CITY June and upwards VpHine won Red Sign second Oscood third Time 15 upwards mileLong Shore won Mabel second Climax third Guncliib stakessweepstakes threeyearolds and upwards mile and an Brown Dude won Cashier second John Daley third Time 95 Airaces heats First Ser won Voranza third Time 10325 woiij Silence second VeranzathirrV Time Handicap sweepstakes and a Hamlot won PellraelK second Maggie Reed third Time Brotherhood The Chicago Brotherhood pounded out a vic tory today in innings after Cleveland had the1 came won Attendance 1000 Cleveland 3 0 0 0 0 1 007 124 1 2 IlitsClevelaud 7 13 Cleveland 5 BatteriesBakoley and Snyder Baldwin and Farrcll Um pirefi jFerguson The local Brotherhood club scored an easy vic tory this afternoon by their heavy batting At tendance Xow 0 1 5 1 0 0 0 0T Brooklyn I 43 0 5 01 4W 11 Brooklyn 21 Errors New 3 hwing and Vaughaa Weyhiug and Cook Kuight and Inthe Brotherhood game Keefe freely and the home put up a o Q 1 o o 8 Pittsburg 13 falo 5 Pittsburgh and Mack Maul arid and Galiuey JTlie National tieajfue j The Cleveland gavvCincinnati a hard tussle for todays game Attendance 1300 0 0 00 5 Cincinnati 3 0 4 0 CleveliridV 9 7 Cincnmati 5j BattenesForeman and Baldwin Umpire Welch aBdCaru tlieris were theprincipal factors 9 Brooklvn lork and v t0 8 THE RECORD OF DISASTER A Drunken Tramp Rilled by a Rio Grande Train TWO MEN DROWNED IN WYOmTO A Frightful Railroad Wreck in Freight Train Crashes Into a Passenger Great Powder Explosion CHEYEXXE Juno Special to James Bradfere a youug Englishniau who came out from New York to be a cowboy tried to ford tho Powder River near the Seventysix ranch last week and was Ellsworth Higgins a stock tender on tho Moeteotsce and Red Lodge line was drowned in the North Fork in the Big Horn basin Bo had been a sailor aud was an expert swimmer but lost his head A DRtTXKEJf TUAiil1 SPKIKGS June 1U Special to oclock this morning one mnu was killed and another seriously injured near Colorado City by bftiug a Kio Grande passenger train TliereAvero four men all apparently sitting along the side track They were all drunk and had they remained on the ground no harm would have resulted but aa the train approached thoy got up One of thorn was so intoxicated that he staggered and fell on the track in fronfi of the engine Ho was Instantly killed and his body mangled badly Ho was a wellknown bum and went by the name of Jim His other name could not be learned Another one of the party was struck by the train and although his injuries are quite serious they arc not thought to bo fatal A SKKIOUS JIAILROAD T7R12CK CLEVBtiAND June Associated passenger train on tho Connotuni Val ley Railroad was run into this morning by a freight train at Newburg suburb two miles from here Twelve or thirteen were injured some seriously The freight train plowed through the passenger train at a crossing j Thh accident was caused by a misunder standing us to signals The engineers of both trains thought the signal was set for them to go ahead The result was that the passenger train got part way over the cross ing when the freight dashed in to ing one car It is almost miraculous that no lives were lost It is uot believed that any of the wounded will die A miQllTFtri ACCIDENT June At Bull Creek six miles above Maysvllle last nightthere was a cloudburst Tho creek rose suddenly ana sweptaway several dwelling houses and oc cupants A stone culvert on the Chesapeake Ohio was washed out While the storm was at its hight a freight train ran Into the washout causing earful wreck Engineer j and wreck Tho bodies are noti yet recovered A persons livingon the banks of Bull Creek are reported drowned The following bodies were found John Haggles fisherman Lucy P Estler widow and two Julia and twosons A little later a mixed passenger train would have passed over the fatal culvert wherethe freight train went the loss of life would appalling The clouds suddenly bursting caused a rapid rise In the creek Tho farmers say tho creek rose two feet perin invite and the water looked like a wall twoutyfive feet high when Jt got to the railroad Irwin s portable sawmill was lifted from injrs and with over a hundred big logs hurled violently against the railroad stone culvert This is probably what caused it to give way The creek raised two feet higher than it has been in forty years The fury of the storm caused many of the persons on Bull creek to abandon their to the hills else the loss of life would have been greater ftAXN AND LIGHTNING CHICAGO June extremely severe rain and lightning storm occured in Southern Indiana and Ohio today At several points considerable damage was done At New Albany a score of people were prostratted by lightning but none seriously hurt BINOTTAMTON N severe thunderstorm and clbudburst deluged the villages of Listle and Whitneys Point and the neighboring country Thursday nighV Considernble live stock perished and many small bridgeswereswept away V A GREAT POWDER BERLIN June serious occurred in tihepowder factory at Spandaw today One hundred and eighty mervwere buried in theruins of the all escaped with slight 3 CONTRACTORS PLEA The Defective Work on Sari Fran Ciscos City Hall Explained SAX FHAXCISCO June Ar meeting of the City Hall Commissioners today the architect reported on the condition of walls of the northwest wingof the building that fortythree openings had bceiv made and onefourtlr of them found fillea with rubbish Instead of solid Jn about onefifth defectivework was also foil nd tlie most serious defects being in the four great piers d esigned to suptiorfr iron girders and Which wou Id to carry a weight of ISO tons each A1 comrnunica1 tibu from the pressing a willingness to put in perfect condition claim to formatlou that George Hanks a who gave the first intimation of defective authorities riibbiskv placed in separatetplaces the walls and intimated to that beIntended to profitthereby by sell Ins the to thenewspapers the CITV OF MEXICO The exeomtnuDicalion of cia bv Archbishop Labastide5rbecauseof the former insisting people do not profess the tru e Eomau oatnr olie religion and are idolatrous causescon V The reports that Mexico a thousand Chiaamen The majority theses arrivals through here on wafeto States to Europe A   

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