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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - June 20, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                PRICE FIYJE CENTS OUR OEIE8HTE BOBS UP lie Makes Several TO Statements in the Postofliee Mutter MOTHER INSPECTOR ON HIS WAY Harrison Discovers a Job in tho TJnj coiujMilitfro of Kastj era Seiuttorn tho I Harrison and JJIaine ou Kocip rocity LA KB TninrrrfE fl7 FoilrUiuiiHi Street WAKHfNttTON J C Jtinw 10 1800 As predicted in tiicso dispatches another inspector is now on his way from Han Fran cisco to make n report upon the poHtolIlco silo at Halt Lake Tho PostmiwtorGon crul inclined to mukfi up his opinion from tliu ovhknco already In but tho persistent Importunities of Delegate Caino for a investigation Induced General Tynir to ylold to his cn trfcjitlus and Mr Wanamalcor reluctantly omlotMOd tho views of tho for tho IostofTioo Dupailraenl Mr Caino did not huHlUito to bring into prominent no tion fact thnt ho a member of tho TIoiiHfc Committee on Iofitolliccs and Iost roads with an implied iriMmation that also had a voto In tho committee It is possibles that was riot without influence In deciding tho Department to do what they freijiiontly do olsowhoro in like cases Wholhor tlifc department took in tho various fttalomonts mitdo Caino of tho unlltnoss Of the Dooly site tho indignation of tho best against tho Inspectors report and tho general insurrection which would arise in case a further investigation was not or dered ft was not however surprising that the position taken by Caino as a Delegate and a member of tlio MOIDIO comnilttee made a denial of his refluent embarrassing arid dllli cult THK UJfCJOMIAHGUR JOtt lino President today vuLood tho bill a portion of tho Uncnrripahtfro ros in Kastorn Utah on tho ground that private spucnlatlvo interests appeared to be at the bottom of tho measure Ho re ferred to tho jisphaltnm that wore found and said the price of an aero at the lands onto red ipon wore to bo sold was strong evidence of thoir value On motion of Senator Toiler tho voto was referred to tho Committee on Indian Affairs IDAHO AIrriOlTtlATlONS r Delegate today succeeded In so curing several Senate amendments to tho Appropriation bill in tho Interests of Idaho Among them were an appropriation for SIOOO for the Secretary of tho Territory to pay tho expenses incidental to tho coming Stato election a Inoroaso for I he Surveyor Generals ofllce and a like increase for tho assay oillcc AGAINST TUB The fooling against tho admission of fur ther Western States among Eastern Sen ators referred to several times of these dis patches haw boon Intensified by tho united action of Western Senators Iti favor of free coinage and by tho gamoy speech of Sen ator Wolcott Yesterday Senators Ills cock Halo and Aldrlch wore engaged in securing votes against tho fJdaho and Wyoming bills Tliey met with poor success liowever Early in tho day dele gate DtibolH hoanl of tlio movement and work to counteract it by solleltation and Uirough mom of tho House having Inthi wlth tho disaffected Senators This evening ho said f am more con fid out than over that our admission bill will pass but wish It would secure the Presi dential approval before my hair turns gray work and It has boon one succession Of tights in commlttoo and on tho Moor In the cloakroom and ovon In the Supremo since tho open ing or the Congress ff have fulled in anything It has not boon in per sistent and untiring work for tho otioobjoot aud I will tool rollover Infinitely when it Is over I anticipate a atnigglo for cunsldora tion in ihe Senate and a struggle on tho floor shall win In both t takes uid nationce anil watch fulness nnd jo urn go to follow logisla of this character through to the end Those must bo patient wm are farther away and not always knowing what is bo ing think thab progress Is needlessly WASHINGTON une Inw id i it has approvofl tho Census Policioncy Appropriation hill nnd tho net ijfovidlus for tho oxportal ion of termonted liquor irAoncl without tho payment of au internal revenue tax lUAINKS IMiOUUOClTY SUOOKSTIONS Tho VrcsUloiit has transmitted to Congress K lottor from iilalno upon the subject of a customs union aud the recommendations iu respect thereof by the IanAmerican Con lilaUio susses ted an amendment Tarill bill the President to declare the ports of tho United States free to the productions of any American nation upon which uo export dues are eharirod as long as such nation shall admit free to ports tho manufactures products of tho United States Tiio President in transmitting the com rtuiikatio says It Is so often and per sistently stated that our tariff laws offer un insurmountable barrier to a largo exchange of products with the LatinAmerican thnt I doom it proper to will osDoclal attention to thefact that more than cent of tho product of thoso nations sent to our ports are now admitted free If is placed upon tho free list practic ally every import article exported from those States will bo given to our markets exceptwool Tho real diffi culty In the way of negotiating profitable reciprocity treaties is have plvpn freely so much that would have boon or valuo In the mutual concessions which such treaties imply I cannot doubt however that tho present advantages which tho product of these near and friendly states oujoy in our market though they are not by law ex clusive other considerations fa vorably dispose them to adopt such meas ures by treaty or otherwise as will tend to equalize or greatly enlarge our mutual ex It will certainly be tlrno to consider whether wo must cheapen the cost of cheapening labor to gain access to South Ainerlean markets when wo have tried tho effect of os tabilshed and reliable steam communication and convenient methods of money ox clknqes There can bo no doubt I think facilities wollv established Sid witha rebate ofduties upon materials used in the manufacture of goods for export our merchants will be able to compete In tho ports of the LatmAmeri cun nations with those of any other coun try ff after Congress shall have acted upon tho pending tariff legislation it shall appear that under tho Government treaty making power or under any special powers given by law our trade with the States represented in the conference can bo en larged upon a basis of material advantage it will be promptly done ADV1CK FOR WESTERN FARMER Secretary Ulaine today received a tele gram from the chairman of tho National Millers convention Minneapolis It says the millers arc greatly agitated over the report that an additional duty of eighty cents per barrel will be imposed on Ameri can flour In Cuba thus prohibiting tho American Hour trario and asking Informa tion Secretary Klaino replied that no oilicial advice had been ruceivcd but If the isdvance won id the duty per barrel evidently Intended by Spain as a retaliation We added thai it had been constantly said heretofore during tho last six inoMths that the Western farmers de mand an unconditional repeal of the sugar duty It is within Uie power of tho West ern fanners by encouraging a system of reciprocity to secure in exchange for the repeal of this duty the free admission of their uIts and provisions into the of forty millions of people Includ ing Cuba Tn his opinion this Is the most profitable policy for the Western fanner WINDOW WANTS AN Secretary Wlndoin applied to the At torneyGeneral for an opinion as to whether lie has authority to place a premium on golrl bars from the New York assay olllco for export TIM The chairman of the on Elec tion of President Vice President and Repre sentatives today submitted the report of tlio Lommlttuo on tho federal Election bill drafted in pursuance of instruction of the caucus Tho report says In part Your committee believe that fraud vio lence and corruption exist to such a degree and popular confidence been so largely shaken in regard to elections In many Con gressional districts that they have as little doubt of tho expediency of such a measure IIH this which they propose as they have of the fjvo and absoluto power of Congress to enact legislation of this kind whenever the circumstances scorn us they do now to Imperatively demand IN ACCORD WITH HIS PARTY ClXAXIbftlAN Kit 1C 1C TO KK JOST Tho Park Administration Turned Over to Tanusmny Ohio Prohibitionists nnd Uumiuul Nuw YORK June Dispatch Francisco Chronicle ing today upon the subject of his retire nioiit from the chairmanship of the National Democratic Gommltloo Senator Brico said Well 1 urn perfectly willing to got out of the chairmanship nfc anytime More than that I would bo glad to J dont care to discuss the matter at all I am ready to got out at any time arid that is all I have to TAMMANYS HANKS STUKNdTiiEwKn The sudden change made In the presidency of the Park Hoard was ono of tho fhandest cases of political on record ac cording to a prominent olllclal The unnp detat when fully realized will astound those familiar with local said ho for It means the sudden conversion to Tammany of all the park police laborers dorks and experts connected with the de partment taken as a whole will form a goodsixod army which heretofore was one of the mainstays of tho county Demooracy That President Hutch Ins siioulrl so meekly submit to the change without a Is the political sensation In the county Nomocracy circles Tho truth of the whole uuitter is that Hutohlns was quietly driven out of the place by the quiet Investigation that has beoii going on In the department under the Commissioners oC 001 nits An exhaustive report would create one of the greatest political scandals on record if the would only asiik for such a report Another fruitful field for Investi gation for the Commissioners of Accounts would bo the true Inwardness of the purchas ing of animals for the parks If this story was truthfully told It would cause much uneasiness In curtain circles Tho Commis sioners of Accounts may touch upon those many other Items of Interest were used 1 hear to force the present board to change its president and make him give up a SfiOOO salary and its consequent patronage Just what Mayor Grant will now dowith tho pjiric resorts Is a question Tho prob abilities aro as tho eliUit object aimed at lias been accomplished that It will bo al lowed to ho dormant imtil such times as tho parties most interested become desirous of making political THE OHIO rUOlUHTTiOKtSTS CotiUMHirs June Prohibition State Convention adopted a platform demanding that Congress pass a law arbitration to settle labor disputes tariff for re venue only aud the free coinage of silver 1 The following ticket was nominated Secretary of State Uev M 0 Lookwood Hamilton county Supreme Judge 0 J Koss Highland Member of Hoard of Public Works J M Scott Licking county A V1UIMONT NOMINATION June State Convontlon this morning nominated Carroll S Pago for Governor A Fletclior was nominated for Liou tonatittJovernor State Treasurer H F blold Secretary of State C W Hrownoll The platform endorsed tho present Admin istration and urged Congress to so modify tbo Interstate Commerce law as to give full oil cot to the police of every Stato in regard to the control of intoxicating liquors or any other article injurious to public health THE BRITISH PARLIAMENT Salisbury Answers a The Government Nearly Defeated LONDON Juno Replying to a question regarding tlie transfer of Heligoland to Ger many in tho House of Lords tonight Lord Salisbury said thoro was no ground for sup posing the inhabitants objected to the trans fer except as regards conscription and this was provided against in the agreement In the Commons tho Government was nearly defeated in tho vote ou the first clause of tho licensing bill it standing 2iS yeas to 24 nays The Conservatives had expected Storey to continue his speech today but ho did not resume and a division was taken at once During the count thoro was a panic on the Government side A Tin Pluto Corruption Fund PrrrsBUitG Juno The Pin Plate Record editorially that every tin plate im porter in tho country has been assessed 000 arid thfogEngllsh syndicate which con tracts the manufactures and mines1f Mon mouthshire and Cornwall has augmented this sum to nearly In order to de feat tho tin plato clause in the McKinlcy bill Madftmo TscMnikoyas Punishment ST PjETEKSBUitG Juno 10 Madnnio Tscb briicova whoso recent letter to the Czar protesting against tho system of government in led to her arrest Las been re moyed with fifteen others to the vljllage of Jn a remote northern part of Yol THECRIMESOF THE BAY Switchmen Go to Work switchmen 3 strike was broken tonight The Erie yardmen and the Big Pour men have agreed to return to work on tho Lake Shore scale Shoio and Nickel Platexaexi arestilV out A Dusky Don Juan Receives a of Buckshot 61HLS OF BURGLARIOUS HABITS The Operations of Two Youthful Female Women a Shotgun and a Vendetta Murderous Mob in Louisiana via Oklahoma Juno 30 Nii Francisco Chronicle A peculiar shooting alTair occurred hero a few evenings ago at tho Government school for Indianchildren Two of the In dian boys had been accused by tho princi pal and Mr Harvey formerly of Ottawa of paying clandestine visits to the apartments of two Indian girls under the coyer of darkness The professor armed himself with a doublebarreled gun a bar rel for each boy and stationed himself under tho window of tho girls apartment Very soon the two tawny Komeos with rope ladder in hand approached and began the ascent Tho Professor called to them when they on the ladder to stop but they only climbed tlie faster Tho Professor lircd and one of tho boys dropped with a load of buckshot in his side The other reached tho desired haven at tho other end of the ladder The wounded boy Is badly injured and the Shawneo Indians aro much excited AXOTIIKH VJJNDliTTA MUKOJ3U NKW DHLBANS June Another vendetta murder was committed here late last night tho victim being Oaniillo Vitrano a Sicilian Vitrano was playing curds in an Italian wineroom on St Phillipssfcreet when a rifle so small as to look like a pistol was shoved through tho window and iirud within a few inches of his head lie fell over dead on the table killed instantly with at least four fatal wounds Tho police at once pro nounced tho murder a vendetta those mysterious assassinations which occur among tho Sicilian population of this city The mun playintf cards with Yitrauo were locked up as likely to bo implicated in tho vendetta in some way bnt not a particle of evidence could be obtained and tho affair is clouded in mysteryThis is the second vendetta murder iu the few weeks TWO CUUfc liOUUHUS Juno Katie MoNam ara and Nellie Drury eacli aged fourteen wore arrested today charged with the lar ceny of money jewelry and womens wearing apparel from lifty houses in various parts of Lawrence It was the practice of the Mc Namara girl to visit houses first pretending to be deaC and dumb If an opportunity ollorcd she plundered trunks carrying with her a humbor of keys for the purpose If there were indications when thoMcNamara girl visited tho houses that the inmates were going away she and the Drury girl sub sequently entered the building by the rear windows Tho was heard raoving about in the upper portion of a house some weeks ago and surprised tho occupants when they went upstairs by display ing a card inscribed I am deal1 and dumb please help tho Many val uable articles of jewelry were found in her pockets and she was arrested Tho case was dismissed through the influence of friends The two girls resumed operations at once but escaped dateotibn until today At their horn es the police found hats caps wallets and articles of jewelry etc aHRElS WOMAN SKTIMJIS A MUD SAN Juno 10 news of a desperate light between three women in Jack county has reached here Tho partici pants In the light wore Mrs Julia Bowers and daughter and Mrs John Walker a A feud has existed between the two families for sometime and on Monday night Mrs Bowers and her sevonfcecnyear olcl daughter went to the house of Mrs Walker for the purpose of whipping her They entered tho house and began the attack but Mrs Walker succeeded in gain ing possession of a loaded shotgun which she attempted to discharge at her assail ants In a fight for possession of tho gun tho weapon was discharged and the load of shot took ollcct in the breast of Mrs Bowerss daughter causing instant death TlUS D15NVER MURDERS DKNVEU June Associated L A Milburri who was shot by George McCart ney on Sixteenth strceVlast evening died at throe this Jones who was shot by her husband yesterday morning is still living but is in a very low condition A MOJJ BATON Juno The Coroners jury today found that Milliard Richardson who was killed during Tuesdays election was as saultecl and killed by the Taylor gang Tho latter comprising five men fired ton or fifteen shots at Richardson They com pletely surrounded him and shot him from tho back front and both Hanks Richard iu defense drew a revolver and fired wounding Eugene Taylor It is stated to night that Taylor is dying It is learned thatlasfc night a crowd of men wont to tho residence of Dr A Ii Holcomb in East Foliciana parish and fired a volley of shots into his front door Dr Holcomb is treas urer of the State Insane Asylum and is a reputable physician A COUSINLY QtrAHRTJIi GOTArMTttA S Juno A sensational duel occurred on the street between Dr Ray of Congaroo and Justice Weston of this city Tho men are cousins imd young They quarreled over a family matter whipped out revolvers anrl began shooting Both wore seriously SULLIVANS He Wanted to Ochiltree and Was Fired NEW YORK Juno Dispatch Francisco Chroniclo G Osborn editor of the New Haven Register who was an eyewitness to the famous en counter between Isaiah Bromley and John L Sullivan makes the following statement in the Press My attention has been called toyour comment upon the vnn episode inWashington Juno Sth and particularly tliac part of ic which suggests tho former as beingin amoody spirit when ho refused an introduction toJohn van Sullivan was in noway presented to our party but way into it by brute order to drink a glass of wirto1 with Colonel Join Ochiltree of whom he had read probably intlio news papers It was an impertinent interfer ence and met the rebuke it deserved Sullivan was ol liquor and seemed to navetho terrorized Beforeleuviug toolcvoft his hatand begged Pre paratory to leaving the 0 oclock speclal train Mr Bromley shaking liis Brdui loy refused Thats the It was just The Mount Shasta Collapse REDDING June disappear ance of Mount Shastas peak is still the sub ject of discussion Soda Springs some fifteen miles distant from fcho mount ain the water in the spring Monday overflowing the floor of the Springs house A party who arrived yesterday says the appearance of the mountain on the east side Indicates considerable commotion Large quantities of smoke and vapor are THE IIEIrfj OF Colonel Emphatic Denun ciation olViyisection BOSTOX June Francisco Clironida is the inquisition the hell of science All the cruelty which the human or rather the inhuman heart is capable of js in this one word Below this there is no depth This word lies like a coiled serpono at the bottom of an This Is the powerful way in which Bob Ingersoil begins a long letter to Phillip G Peabody of this city The Colonel fur ther remarks can excuse in part the crimes of passion We take into consideration the fact that nuiii jsliable to be caught by the whirlingwind and that with tho brain on fire the soul rushes to a crime but what ex cuse can ingenuity find for tho man who de with an unacceleratcd pulse with the calmness of John Calvin at tho murder of Servatus seeks with curious and cunning knivesin the living quivering flesh of a dog for all tho throbbing nerves of pain In tho remainder of tho letter Colonel In gcrsoll alludes to physicians who practice vivisection as scientific and ho says he does not wish to touch the baud of a inan who would do such a thing THE BtiDlDR PROMISED WORK Mormon Immigrants for UatooiContract Violations NEW YOUK June steamship Wyoming landed 250 Scandinavianand Welsh Mormons in of Bishop Wiley They leave this afternoon for City A special registration of the party was made so that if tho Government should wish to interfere on tho ground of imported labor can be located easily Among the immigrants was AnclreasOlsen his wife and four children They were all detained on a charge of violating the alien contract law Olson admitted that a Mor mon missionary had promised to give him work when ho arrived HARBISON FEELS it E3 r ft T DI f i ARRAnbthB A OHEAT KAbi UK irSKT WHEN HIS TJGKM Ho Is not on i Rcnominafcibii and Will Therefore Do His Duty as Ho Sees It Ju no pispatcli Francisco Chronicle Bishop Oborly today prints in tho Crttic tho result of an interview said to have been held last evening by a prominent Republican leader with President Harrison The geiitlcnuui is not only a leader but an of Harrison The latter is reported to have said in reply to an observatiouconcorniiifi the Senate bill Personally I regret it but politically I shall orned by anything except what I coucciye to bo rny duty to the whole not tho President of any ono party nor am I Presidentfor the purposes of selfseeking My dutyis to the whole country will perform It not candi date for renomlnation I am sick and over whelmed with the ingratitude of friends and tho importunity of selfish omccseekers When my terra is ended 1 will Jay down the office with a sense of relief such as 1 have never before enjoyed 1 will go back to Indianapolis resume tho practice of lawand retire from publio affairs Hence whatever I may do with this or any otherpublic question will be wholly free from personal BOZEMAN AND BUTTE Tho Two Montana Each Other BUTTB June to Bozeman rotnmcd Buttos recent social and commercial visit today and the represen tative of tliegarden city of the fer tile Gallatin valley to tho Dumber of 725 took possession of tho city In his address of welcome to tho visitors W A Clark said engineering skill and tho enter prise of capital tho barriers wnicli have kept us strangers so long and which laid an embargo upon tho business and com mercial relations which should have existed fifteen years ago have been away Thanks to tho enterprise ol the Northern Pacific all this is aboiit to be changed The two great interests of mining and agricul ture which so closely interdependent are now placed side by side and will hence forth cooperate to mutual advantage and profit It is indeed fitting that the consummation of such a marriage should bo thus Formany years we have been obliged to dependon the surrounding valley for our agricultural products Whilewe are taking the products of your soil we will also take of your forests and your service By thus working together we can bring the prosperity of each to its brightest consummation and we will grow tlie fullest The Bozemanites brought along large quantities of tho products of the farm and garden One of the of the distribution of hundrcdsof bouquets to the people along the licie of AN Complaints From Every QuarterThe St Louis Estimate NEW YOHK June from Albany Buffalo Rochester and other points tell of disatisf action with the of the Government census The complaint is coming from all places that the censtissp far is decidedly incomplete many districts not enumerated etc At Albany it pro toorder an by the city at once for work THE STJ ST Juno nished by the census sion of SuperintendentPortcr it is estimated that the census Louiss population at TJoinplaints of careless work anddistricts by the onumeratdrs are will be made cqunt unless the Govornuient fuller Extent v ample the hodcarribrs carpenters1 i refuse to work untilthetroubieissettled Almost a gen eral tioup building mdustiy is the CAKEA JuneavTrA few days ago a nnnVber i and shot Cretan MIISSUIVI man A body of Mufistiliupn Lm killed a Ghrlbtian andthieatencd further reprisals r v I f An Amateur Buiiner Bead r cliampion iQalmile United died yesterday 11 w l Salvator Cassius Raceland and Tenny Are the Starters A SNUG FOBTUNE FOR THE WINNER The Eastern Racing Men Die Hard Uncle Bob Sold Tor New York Yacht Clubs The Ball Games NEW YORK Juno The New York Clubs regatta was sailed today and twas mostly a drifting race there not being much wind after the The course for sloops cutters and yawls was twentysix nautical miles and for vessels over forty feet thirty three miles The race was really spiritless The winners were the sloops and and the cutters Minerva and Cora Dun The Races NEW YORK Juuo TniuUKE Dis Francisco Chronicle The great racing men of the East are not willing to allow that California has tho greatest racers on the track They die hard Dlt Pulsifer is not satisfied with the defeat of his colt Tenuy in the Suburban and he is hankering after another crack at tho horses that beat his pet lie made a proposition yesterday to the Coney Island Jockey Club at Shcepshcad Bay track that Tcuny would again meet Salvator and Cassius in a sweep stake of SoOOO over same distance as the Suburban one mile and a quarter the same weights to be carried and the conditions generally to be the same as in the big event If the Beverick stables did not desire to make the contest of Sf000 a corner ho would be satisfied with S25000 and if tho owner of Cassius was unwilling to enter for all sweep ho would match Tcnny against Sal vator for for auotherraee as named to be run over Sheepshead Bay track during the present meeting In due time Pulsifevs proposition reached the ears of Cassiuss owner and ho at once said that he was willing Then J G Law rence secretary of the club said that he believed tho club would add totho sweep and a little later word was received that Behnont would be glad to enter Kacc land fn such a contest Thus tho matter rested last evening bnt a decision will be reached thismorning Lawrence requests that It be left open until then in order to consult Haggin the owner of Salvator If this raco should take place it would create an intense excitement as the winner will pocket the snug sum of UNCIjB BOB SOLD CHICAGO Juno The probable favorite in the American Derby Sam Bryants colt Uncle Bob son of Lake Blackburn was purchased today by George Bankins of Chicago the price being 32000 addi tional to bo added providing the animal wins tho Derby Saturday On trial today Uncle Bob did a mile and a quarter THIS ENGLISH RACKS LONDON June Associated The St James Palace stakes at Ascot were won by Janissary Delavan second Foutain bloau third The new Bienniel stakes were won by Rosseau Forrester second Warriugton third AT SHEEPSHKAD BAY Juno Five a mile tho Foam stakes two Ambulance won Bailie McClel land second Terrifior third Time 15 Major Daly won Kenwood second Eon third Time 15 Volunteer handicap threeyearolds one mile and a Judge Morrow won Ad miral second Banquet third Time Sheepshead Bay handicap mile and an Loantako won Strideaway second Castaway third Time 35 Ford ham won Salvini second De faulter third Time Mile and a Philosophy won St Luke second Zephyrus third Time AT ST ST Louis June won Nina Archer second Mary K third Time eightbs of yearolds Half Linwithgow won Carroll sec ond Yale 01 third Time Brewers Cup Mile and a half Heron won Newcastle second Elyton third Time Threefourths of a mile Dousman Avon Annie B urge second Harry Ireland third Time Harry Ireland second Annie Burge third Time Third Harry Ireland won Dousman second Time Mile and a Carter B won Lulu B second Progress third Time In third heat Dousman run off by a good head but the judges after listening to the yells of Irelands backers gave the race to the horse that was beaten Tho Dousman men gathered at the judges stand and protested against the injustice of President Green who had Mayor Noonan in beside him who ordered a squad of police to keep the men quiet No arrests were made by Green and Noonan retired from the stand amid the jeers of the crowd AT KANSAS CITY KANSAS CITY June This was the closing day of the Kansas City Jockey Club Handicap twoyearolds five furlongs Ed Leonard won Minnie Blkin second 15 Threeyearolds and upward Hamat wou Cashier second Spalding third Time Stockyard stakes and upwards mile Le Fremier won Brown Duke second Friendless Time 2v5 Le Premier won Brown Duke second Friendless third Time a mile and seventy yards second Kokomo Time Consolation allages mile and a John Daly won Osborn sec ond Time AT MYSTio Philadelphia fl Now York 3 Cun ningham ind Cross Iveefeiuid Vnughun Lmpires Jonos and Knight The National CINCINNATI splendid stroak of batting LoiiMifil wo ii tln thinl sad closing game of tao series with Chicago tonJuy AUiMiilnuee 1SOO Cincinnati 0 0030001 04 Chicago 0 10 Chicago 5 Cm cinuaii 2 Chicago 1 Umpire JMcQuiulo riTTSBCKC The League chil played two games today the home taking the lirsi uil Un visitors the secona Both games were wou by gooii battiug Attend ance 700 First Pittsburp 0 5010300 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 02 Piitsburg 11 Cleveland 3 PitLsburg 1 Cleveland I Gumivrt and Decker and Zimmer Wilson and Dawes Second Pitlsbnrg 1 Cleveland 1 0222000 07 Pittsburgh Cleveland 11 Pitts 1 Cleveland 3 Butteries Xrisler Sowders and Decker Lincoln and dimmer and Dawes UUOOKLYN Brooklyn League finished up its spring sea son at home loday by defeating the Ilnhulelnlm club iu the presence of 1800 spectators Philadelphia 2 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 06 Brooklyn 3 0 0 1 0 I 0 0 10 Brooklyn 11 Errors 1 Brooklyn 1 Ba Smith and Clements Terry and Bushong Umpire Powers The American Association KOCHESTE31 3 Brooklyn 20 I Syracuse COLUSnSUS Louisville TOLEDO 3 I St Louis Tho Western Association MINNEAPOLIS St SIOUX CITY 1 I Sioux DKS 3I01SES LOVES THE BARITONE SINGER A GENUINE CASE OF UNREQUITED AFFECTION Tho Famous Koichmanii Given tho Choice of Falling in Love or Climbing tho Golden Stairs NEW YORK June Dispatch Francisco Chronicle Gertrude Delacy Is only 17 and yet is fran tically in love with tho handsome baritone Horr Theodore Reich maun who sang him self into great popularity last winter at the Metropolitan Opera House But the great Wagnerian singer does not love tho maiden whose father Peter Delacy a very well known sporting man has taken tho affair into his own hands and has gone so far as to threaten tho baritone with death if the al leged lovemaking is not brought to an end Last winter the young gift in question was a constant attendant at German opera Her parents encouraged her thinking that their daughter was developing a great taste fortho works of the famous became so infatuated with her ideal singer that she saved up all her money and sent him a huge bunch of roses in which was snugly tucked anote asking that she might have the pleasure of meeting Tlerr Pvcichmann turned the note over to his friend Mr sent the giver an acknowledgement of tho flowers but said nothing about the meeting Then followed a number of notes written on perfumed paper and iilled with terms of tho wildest passion and almost every night tliat Herr Eeicuniann sang the enchanted girl sent flowers of some shape over the footlights to him The first of this week Keichmann received L brief letter from the father in tho case inwhich it was stated that unless the letter writing was stopped ho would call on the gentleman addressed and prevent the lovers of German opera from ever hearing him again The letter was turned over to Judge Dit tenhofcr yesterday Ho sent word to the irate father that unless ho called around before 3 oclock yesterday afternoon there would bo legal action taken in the matter The apology had not been received at 0 oclock and and the exJudge could not say just what would be done Herr Reichmaim was found at the Union Square Hotel yesterday afternoon If a maiden wishes to write to me I cannot pre vent her but I have neVer answered one of this girls letters In fact I paid no atten tion to them whatever and never read them If her father threatens to kill ne for some thing I have not done then I must take some notice of his THE NICARAGUA CANAL A ConstiNTCtion Company Meeting at Reports From Greytown DENVER Juno The third annual meeting of the Nicaragua Canal Construction Company was held at the office of the company in Denver today The following named stockholders Were elected directors for the ensuing year Warner A C Cheney Alfred SI Hoyt W L Scott J F OShaughncssy J W Miller K A Lancaster Macaulcy N K Smith M Henry B Hoyt Robert Sturges Edward Hoi brook Messrs Alexander I Mason and William B McQicker came on from New York to at tend tbe meeting The present officers of the companyare President A C Cheney secretary J W and trcasurei Henry R Hoyt The attorneys of the com are Messrs Daly Hoyt and Mason of Now York Tbe company is at present actively en gaged in the construction of the Nicaragua canal work having been commenced about Octobers 1889 Immediately after tbe adjournment of the canal company the first apnuai meeting of the Nicaragua SteamNavigation and Trading Company was beld The following directors were elected f or the ensuing year C Cheney Alexander T Mason Sproull Jose M Munose and Sam uetC Mil ler This company owns and ope rates the linefbf steamers which j between the port of town class Early Bird first Maggie sec and Granada in of Nicaragua ohd7Taragon Pickerel Twonineteeri1 pace Alexander Boy strcountry Girl second G uy third J E fourth Best yine The Play ersV BrpttferhootL The local Brotherhood club easily defeated the Buffalosthis aJtcrnoon by their batting 5 4 0 0 Olvi 3 Pittsburg 19 4BuiTiiJo J 1 Gaivm anarCar Keefe and Mack Gaffney and r Tho Chicago JBattericsfrBalciwiixw F and v T The New York Brothdrlibodcliit left West lomght after Philadelphia in e Granada in way of the and LakeNi caragua from tb Government of Nicaragua the exclusive privilege of navi gatius these waters The greater part of the inland commerce the country passesbver its lines Nicaragua peo pie Grey town say little work is being done on men are just abovev the of away tlie brush the with mostlyAmericans Jamaica1 neRrbeS liave tor will inot That if repudiate tbe treatyof Utreotit and open a now treaty giving to a rea C and lobster fishing f Q Q OVS HitsThiladelpbift 7 New Yoilr 15 on the f v i 1 THE SPEAKER OVERRULED Reeds Disposition of the Silver Sill Meets With Disapproval EXCITING DAY IN THE HOUSE The Spealcer Explains His A Break on the Republican The Democrats Elated Over Iveeda Probable Out come LAKE TRIBUNE BUREAU fiVT Fourteenth Street WASHINGTON June IS 1800 The tshl over tho Silver bill was begun in tlio House today and continued until tho hour of adjournment at 6 oclock Tho pro ceeding were animated and in lonsely inieresiinK but wore conducted by ood temper on both sides uotwith standing tho fact that tho authority of the Speaker was to a certain extent involved in tho contest Tho result was a victory for the silver men although margin of their majority was so narrow upon the several votes taken that n chtmgo of ono or two would have boqtf sufficient to change the result Tho contest was opened on a question involving the correctness of tho journal of yesterdays proceedings which was chal lenged from tho Democratic sUe As indi cated in my dispatches of night tho Speaker referred the Silver bill with the Senate amendments to tho Committee on Coinage The silver men contended that the bill should have remained on the table for the action of tho House and that tho Speaker had no right to refer the bill on his own motion and without the knowledge and consent Ofi tho Hoaso The contest was ono of the most exciting since the debate on the rules The close ness of tho successive votes was almost without parallel Every effort was made to induce the frne coinage Republicans to voto with the party Speaker Reed sent per sonal appeals through Major McKinloy to the recalcitrant members Ho begged Mc Kinlcy to assure the friends of liberal silver legislation that tho bill would bo promptly reported to tho House for tho purchase of a momth tho certificates to bo legal tender redeemable in coin Ho prom ised that such a measure would receive the Presidents sanction aud would call for all his own efforts for a rapid passage Jn the House lie begged the Republicans not to destroy the party by a free coinage measure the very apprehension of which had driven of gold out of tho country 4n threo days Mr McKinleys missionary efforts woro unsuccessful and all thab remained for the Republican leader was to fightfor time The journal as amended has not boon ap proved as yet and tomorrow another desperate effort will bo made either to throw the bill into Committee of tho Whole or into conference Either of these moves if successful will probably result In an agreement on a bill similar to the fated Senate compromise The future of both will mean in all likeli hood the passage of a free and unlimited coinage bill and its promise of a veto by the President The contest will be renewed on the pending motion tomorrow but tho action of tho House in disapproving the act of tho Speaker in referring tho bill to tho Coinage Committee can hardly bo re as it is nailed down by a motion tc reconsider and lay on the table The voto of today is not regarded as the full strength of the free coinage men On tho several votes not more than seven Re publicans strayed from their party and joined the Democrats solidly against tho Speaker On a direct question of concurring in the Senate amendments there are several Republicans who voted today with their party who may be relied upon tovote for free coinage On the other band it is be lieved that a number of Democrats will vote against free coinage so that the outcome is very uncertain Notwithstanding victory rests with tlie free coinage men tonight TI1E HOUSE ra A DILEMMA WASHINGTON June 10 Associated Silver bill is now in possession of tho Clerk of the Committee on Coinage Weights and Measures and ho has no au thority to surrender its custody except upon the order of tho Houseor the No such order has been made by the resolution merely expunging the statement of the transaction from the journal and the Speaker IK not likely to recall There is no record on the journal that any reference of the measure has been made and therefore it is doubtful whether a motion to discharge the Committee of tho whole from further consideration of the measure would be in order or oven the Committee on Rules can report a reso lutlon fixing the day for its consideration The journarof Wednesday however not having been approved some method may t be devised uf cut the Gordianknot which binds the Silver bill and also to relieve the House from its dilemma EXCITING The House Expunges Reeds Bcfer ence From the Journal WASHINGTON June objectedto the approval of the journal ground that it was not read in full by the Clerk V vV The Speaker ordered afull reading tbe Clerk proceeding to read thatportion of the journal which disclosed the reference of the Silver bill to the Committee on Weights and Measures McKinloy moved that the journal bo proved and demanded the previous despite Millss protest that titled to recognition to move journal Springer raisedthe pojnt of journal contained a record which never The Speaker replied that that was for theo Houseto decide and directed tHe Clerk to call the rolK The Clerk amid the applause of his paity ct r entered a the b Speaker aud saying rights of the but thcpedple will pbUsiiext f erring the   

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